Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P25 255C Tafsir Al-Zukhruf 33-44

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The Walla Walla is viewed as a symbol of success and failure, with the meaning of "fitness" and "flow" in relation to wealth and appearance. The Walla Walla is used to indicate success and failure, with the use of "the state of their heart" and "ar passion" to describe people. The importance of sh matter is discussed, with the use of "ar passion" and "ar passion" to describe situations and people. The title of Islam is emphasized, with the importance of reciting the Quran and setting goals for oneself.
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Walla Walla, and if not now, here, Allah's panel data tells us about the reality of this world. What is its worth near Allah, that Walla Walla, and if it was not in your corner NASA that all people would become Omata and we're Heatherton one nation, one community, one community, meaning United upon disbelief, a community of disbelievers. If it was not this danger than what would happen ledger Allah surely we would make Limon for those people who you work for OB Rahmani those who deny a rock man, meaning Allah. We would make for those people for those deniers libo UTM for their homes, super fun, super fun. ceilings, plural of the word sucks. For her where I lay he must suck fu suck for his

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roof or the ceiling. So we would have made the ceilings of their houses of what mean fifth of silver. We would have given these disbelievers so much money that the roofs of their houses would be of silver. One ma adage and also stairways my adage plural of the word marriage and marriage is used for stairs or a ladder. Meaning for their houses would be stairways, why stairways because their houses would not just be off one level but multiple levels, and the stairways would also be of silver. Our lady her yelled her room upon them, they would ascend they would mount Yellow Room over her aura. Remember, the HUD is used for back and the word is also used for mounting on something

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climbing on something. So they would climb on the stairs in order to go to higher levels.

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What are we being told in this is

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that that dunya and its riches have no worth near Allah.

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No value, so much so that he would give this dunya in abundance to every single denier. Every single Cafayate Allah would do that. Why? Because this world has no worth near Allah.

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What do we think?

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If someone has money, Allah must love them, isn't it? And if I got some money, if I got some things of this world, Allah must be very pleased with me. This is reward for me.

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And if I don't have money, Allah must be upset with me. Isn't that what we think?

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How many times we judge people based on the money that they have? What does Allah tell us? Allah doesn't care about this dunya so much so that every disbeliever Allah would give him so much money that their houses would be made of silver, the ceilings, the stairways would be made of silver, what do you think about the furniture then? What would that be off?

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Just imagine, but Allah subhanaw taala has not done this. Why? Because the consequence of this would be that everyone would become caffeine, because they would think that in order to get all this money, you cannot deny. You have to deny Allah in greed of dunya they would become caffeine. And this is true the more dunya people have the more they forget, Allah.

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Allah subhanaw taala further says wali boo ut him and also for their houses abueva and doors, of where plural of the word BAP ye doors for privacy, and also for security. I mean if you think about it, if the ceilings are up silver and the stairs are silver, what other riches would be inside the houses so much. So then he gets then he doors for privacy as well as for security was so run and also couches, Florida of the word said ease and said eat is used for a throne a couch, basically a place to sit recline, that is very luxurious, very elegant, very beautiful in appearance and also very comfortable. So they would have sort of run I lay her upon it yet the key own they would

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And all of this is connected with the word filbur. Meaning the spoke of the marriage, the abueva the surah all would be of Silva was the HuFa and also of zoek roof. What does the roof mean when it's used in contrast with football? It means gold.

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All right. When it's used with football, then it means gold. The word Zakharov is used for embellishment

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And Xena

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embellishment, adornment. And it's also used for gold. Because usually decoration is done how?

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How with something that is golden. And if you think about it even glitter,

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glitter, I mean yes, we have different colors, but golden, why is glitter used for decoration, so was the hoopha. All of this would be of silver and also of gold, as if Allah subhanaw taala is telling us that he would give them more and more and more of this dunya However, remember that we're in Kaluga Alec, we're in and not Kulu the Alec all of this lemma except Mutta are here to dunya this would all be nothing except the enjoyment of worldly life, which would eventually come to an end, while O'Hara too but the hereafter or in the robic near your Lord, it is little Mater pain, it is for those who are righteous.

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The akhira is reserved for who for everybody? No, it is for those who are righteous. But in this world, Allah subhanaw taala gives dunya to everybody, those who are righteous and also those who are not righteous. Why? Because Allah doesn't care about this dunya this dunya has no worth near him.

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What really has worth is Iman, persons good deeds, they bring honor in the sight of Allah.

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Let's listen to the recitation of these verses.

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Walla Walla

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the big thing.

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We see that in Makkah, it was mainly the people who are poor who are attracted to Islam, and the wealthy, the rich, they stayed away. So it is as if we're being taught here that you think these deniers have a lot? Well, Allah subhanaw taala could have given them even more.

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Because wealth, the riches of this world, they have no value near Allah.

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However, look at what Allah has given you. And what is that? Quran? It is Iman. And also we see that this is what the establishes the significance of this dunya near Allah subhanaw taala. And this is why when Allah chooses someone, he doesn't look at their wealth and their appearance. What is it that Allah looks at the state of their heart, which is why in Hadees, we learned that Allah subhanaw taala examined the hearts of all people, one of the Sahaba said this, and he found the heart of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam to be the best, the purest. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was chosen, even though he was an orphan, even though he grew up in poverty, yes, he had

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worldly status and other ways, but he didn't enjoy many of the benefits of this world. So the criteria near Allah subhanaw taala for choosing someone is not their worldly status is not their worldly riches. It is the state of their heart.

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Once we see that Ermelo Dilawar I knew he came to visit the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he saw that the Prophet sallallahu sallam was lying down on a mat. And that mat was so rough, that it was leaving marks on the back of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam and then when remodeled the lower and he looked around in that room. He saw you know, an old water skin that was hanging and just a couple of things which were old and used up and really worn out. And remodeled. The long article on looking at that he just started crying.

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And the Prophet said a lot is and I'm asked him that Why are you crying and he said that you know the kings of this world they live in so much luxury and you are far better than them. I'm crying because of this. Their marks on your

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Body, and then all you have is so little. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that Oh Rama, Aren't you satisfied that for us is the author and for these people is the dunya.

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Aren't you satisfied with that?

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That this is dunya it's Allah's mercy that he's given them at least a little bit to enjoy here right now. But we are striving for the Agora for eternal rewards for eternal enjoyment.

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Woman and whoever, Yara Shu, he becomes blind on from Vickery Romani, the remembrance of the Most Merciful. Whoever closes his eyes, becomes blind to the vicar of Allah, then what will happen? No a yield, we will appoint law who for him shall upon a devil, and that devil for who was so he law, who for that person will be a guardian, a close companion, a constant companion, the word Corinne is used for a companion who's always a friend who's always by a person sight, because it's from the word Khurana and Khurana is to join to connect. So he's always they're always connected.

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To who? This shaitan is a marine to who,

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to the person who closes his eyes to the vicar of Allah. Yar Shu, the word Yara Shu, is from the root letters I in sheen, well,

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and I Schwann literally means to intend to go somewhere at night. Now when you go somewhere at night, no matter how many street lights are there, and no matter how bright the moon is, is it difficult to see? Do you have poor visibility? Yes, you do. Why? Because of the fact that it is nighttime.

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From this the word or she is used for a Knight Rider meaning someone who rides or who traveled by night. And then the word Dr. Chu is used for someone who has weak sight, weak eyesight.

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So your shoe, he becomes them sighted. He becomes blind, not completely blind, but but them sighted, then the word are sharp. Rajon Arusha is used for a person who's got eye problems, who's got problems in his eyes. So his vision is not really that clear. It's not really that good.

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Then this word is used for error at all. Also, because when your vision is not really that great, you can't really see that clearly than the most obvious things. You miss them, isn't it? You don't see them. You miss them. You ignore them, you turn away from them because you didn't really see them. So the word Yara Chu means you're ill, he turns away.

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All right, the word he or she means he turns away your adult. And it also means the Yama he becomes blind to meaning deliberately closes his eyes, withdraws from closes his eyes, from what the vicar of Allah, then this person is not on his own, who's going to follow him?

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Who's going to follow him? A shaitan is going to follow him. And he's going to be by his side, constantly urging him to sin leading him further away from Allah. Because New ie Allahu shaitan, and the word Noca yield from Coffea. But we have done this word earlier. Also, what does it mean? It's used for the thin membrane which is on the egg right beneath the eggshell. And it's attached, so difficult to peel it off. Sometimes you're trying to peel it off and the egg breaks. It's as if you're beating the egg off, right? Because it's so closely too firmly attached. So this is Nuka yield, that it will be attached to him who shaytaan a devil and that devil will be included in a

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constant companion for him. This is for who? The one who turns away from the vicar of Allah, then shaitan will take over him. The dhikr of Allah has many different forms. One form is Salah, Musa Sam was told our team is salata, lyrically established the prayer for my remembrance. So when a person does not establish the prayer, then what will happen?

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Who will influence him? Who will be

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with him, leading him astray Shaitan in a hadith the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that if there are three men in a village or in the desert, and they do not perform prayer together, this is not just about praying themselves. This is about Jamara they don't perform Jamar, then what will happen? The devil will have mastery over them. Che POM will have control over them he will have authority over them. This is who three people who are living in close proximity, but they don't establish Salah they're not remembering Allah as a community, then shaitan will take over. In another Hadith we learn that once a man was extremely angry,

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and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that I know one word if you would say one Kalama a statement if you were to say that his anger would go away, and the man He just ignored the advice of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and in fact, he said something very disrespectful. So in anger, he did not say tar what he did not seek refuge with Allah He did not remember Allah what happened shaitan got even more control over him. So one way of the vicar is Salah, another way is that our would saying oh the bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim? And if we don't say it, then who has control over us? Shaitan

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whose influence are we accepting? Who are we putting ourselves under shengguan

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So no cave level shaitan and for who Allah Who Corinne

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what are the different times in which we should say that our will we should seek refuge with Allah? at what times?

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When a person is angry? What other time should a person say our older bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim. Okay, when reciting the Quran first there is bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim. Why? Because as you're reading as you're studying shaitan will cast doubts. So the verse which was meant to guide you is going to lead you astray. You understand what's happening. What other times

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when a person is distracted in Salah again at that time seeking refuge with Allah. Yes.

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When a person is feeling lazy, very true.

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When you're feeling lazy, when you don't feel like doing what you should be doing, seeking refuge with Allah at that time, however, when going to the bathroom, Allahumma inni rubrica Meenal Hall hobo thi or hope the while hover is

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at that time also, also at the time of *. These are moments when a person must seek refuge with Allah against the shaitan. Why? Because shaitan likes to have his share in whatever that we're doing. Because he hates us.

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And he doesn't want us to get 100% out of what we're doing. He wants to corrupt our work, our enjoyment, our actions,

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our risk, he wants to corrupt that. So, if we don't seek refuge with Allah at that time, we're not remembering Allah at that time. Then who's going to take over Chumphon you see, there could be a pure glass of water. Okay, pure glass of water, and you'd put in one drop of ink. Is that one drop enough to grab that glass of water? Is it it's enough?

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This is what Champon does.

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So, Nakai Allahu Shavonne for Hula, hula Korean, then we see that when people are praying Salah and there's a gap in the middle and they don't fill that up who comes and fills that gap shaitan even when sitting in the modality Let's fill up these gaps. Okay, fill up these gaps. If you have a gap next students raise your hand and keep it raised until somebody comes in, fills it up higher does that.

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So Nokia global shaitan and favela hookeri One form of decrease Salah another Istar with another form of the

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reciting the Quran, staying connected with the Quran. So whoever becomes blind to the Quran closes his eyes. He doesn't keep it in front of him. You see the Quran is newer in his light. But what did the person do? He closed his eyes so he cannot really see clearly. And when he's not really seeing clearly, then he's going to forget Allah and then who's going to influence him shaitan is going to influence him into it for so that I are 25 Willard waka yagna Allah whom Khurana

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For the Yola home my Boehner ad him warmer called for home. These Shayateen what do they do? They Beautify. They adorn sins for a person. You see, when you're connected with the Quran, what happens the Quran corrects you.

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It makes you see your mistakes. And if you kind of close your eyes to the Quran, you know when you almost close your eyes, close them a little bit. Can you see clearly you know that yeah, there's a person in front of you, but you can't really see their face. You understand? This is what happens. Yeah, it's somewhere there in our minds. Yeah, I know I'm supposed to pray any I know I'm supposed to speak in a particular way. But what is that way you need that clear reminder? And how do you get that clear reminder if you have the Quran in front of you, if you remain connected with the Quran, and when a person disconnects with the Quran, then who takes that place shaitan takes that place

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we're in the home and indeed the lair so dooner home surely they prevent them they stop them sad. What does sad mean to stop someone from doing something? So these child teen they stop them prevent them honest Seville from the way which way of guidance. And so where Sivan are these people, they begin to think that under motor Dune, that they are rightly guided, that what they're doing is right, when in fact what they're doing is not right at all. So if we really want to know whether we're doing right or wrong, what is it that we need in our lives, the vicar of Allah, the remembrance of Allah, through salah, through to our with, through Quran and through other ways also,

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because the Dhikr of Allah keeps shaitan away. Like we learned the chaton is hotness, that when a person remembers Allah shaytaan retreats, he goes back and then he comes again.

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He doesn't leave you. What do we think? You know, I've read the Quran. No, I've read myself of shaitan No, you rid yourself of Chopin for now, he will come back, he will come and attack you again. So you have to keep the vicar of Allah alive, constant in your life. And the moment you stop who's going to fill that space who's going to fill that gap shaitan will have until either Jaya Anna when He comes to us, meaning when such a person will come to us on the Day of Judgment. Allah he will say he will say to who to shine upon. Yeah, later, or I wish that Baney were Boehner between me and you. There was a bird a distance of Alma chicane the two East's I wish you and I were apart, as

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much as the two East's are due east. What are the two East's? It's the east and the west, but it's called machete claim, because this is something common in Arabic language. Right? That when two things are, you know, in one category, then they're not mentioned separately. One is chosen, and it's made into a duel. Like for example, or Marine, it's used for Abu Bakr and or ModelBuilder. Horn, right, as well there in the two black things. What are the dates and water? You think about a whopper is not black dates are, but it's called a suada in the two black things. All right. So likewise, machinery cane means east and west. All right. And if you think about it, every East is

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the west of another and every West is the stove and other depending on where you are. Correct. So he will say to that shaytaan that I wish you were, as far from me, so far, apart from me, just as the East and West are far apart from each other.

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For B cell Corinne, what a terrible companion.

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Right now in the world in this life, how is he in the companionship of champion

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accepting the influence of shaitan so much so that whatever shaitan suggests he does it, on the day of judgment, He will wish that Chatlin was far from him, Away, far away, not even seen forbid cell Perine Allah says Wallonian Farrakhan, but never will it benefit you. Allah Yoma today is wollam tongue when you have wronged when you have downloaded meaning when you are guilty, this is not going to benefit you what is not going to benefit you that uncomfort will either be mystery cone, that you share the punishment.

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You see, if somebody has hurt you a lot. They've deceived you.

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And they've made you suffer. And then you find out that this person who hurt you, now they're suffering. They were caught, and now they're being punished. Does that bring a level of satisfaction?

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Yes, but Allah subhanaw taala says that this is not going to benefit you because under configure either we wish that he cool. While the shaytaan Corinne isn't either you because you followed him are also suffering your consequences. So this is not going to benefit you it's not going to take you away, it's not going to save you.

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Secondly, what this means is while I am far Coolio, it's not going to benefit you and what is that you will regret and your wishes of being far away from that chip on? Because unknown filler there have been which Terrico you are going to share the punishment? Why will you share the punishment because you are equally guilty? Both are guilty.

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So what do we see in these verses, that a person must actively try to keep himself safe from the influence of shame upon and what is your weapon against Japan. It is the liquor of Allah.

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You see, when you're eating something, and you don't remember Allah what happens shaitan takes a share of that fruit.

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Anything you're doing, you don't mention Allah Chopin will take a share of that. So the call of Allah is essential to keep ourselves safe from sheltering. And if we give even a little bit of space to sheltering, he will come in,

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he will come in, and once he comes in, he's not going to leave us.

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And we see the regret over here that on the Day of Judgment, a person will regret so much for having listened to shape on but is this going to benefit this regret? Not at all? Allah says and then will you? Can you to smooth can you make here who Asuma the deaf people? Can you make deaf here? No, I'll delete Romea? Or can you guide a person who's blind? Meaning a person who doesn't even see where he's going? And he's adamant he's firm, determined to go where he wants to go, and you're guiding him away? You're telling him that he's going in danger, but he doesn't listen to you? Can you guide such a person? No woman can feel blood early morphine, and the one who is in clear error? Can you

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guide such a person? No. Can you make them here? No. Can you make them see? No. What does this mean? That a person who is under the influence of shame upon

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you can't help him until he wants to help himself.

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And this is so true. You can cry, you can beg them, you can give them the best incentives. But if a person does not want to help himself, if he doesn't even see the effect of Chopin, then what can you do? You can't help them? What is this idea telling us then, that if we want to be protected from the influence of Chopin, then we have to do something? We can't wait for others to come and rescue us? Because sometimes we think is, yeah, my mother does leukemia.

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You know, my husband recites the Quran, my children are memorizing the Quran, you have to do something, just like when you're sick, do you have to take medication yourself? You have to, can you depend on others, you can't.

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If your mom is taking her medication, her medication is not going to help you. You have to do something.

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And we see that sometimes this friendship of Shelton and remember, chiffon doesn't just come in the form of gin but also in the form of people write such friendship sometimes is so detrimental for a person it as if he's under so much pressure that he knows his friends are telling him wrong. But he doesn't listen to his parents.

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He doesn't listen to his parents, he will still listen to his friends, isn't it as if he's blinded by that love. He's blinded by that so called friendship.

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And it's amazing how so many people when they end up doing wrong things, whose fault is it? Who's left them in that position? It's their friends. Even though the whole time their parents were warning them. I don't like this company of yours. I don't like these friends of yours. But they refuse to listen. Why? It's as if they've been blinded by that love and friendship for a man of heaven because the prophets Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam has addressed over here for ima than if not haben. We take away because you meaning we cause you to die. We cause you to die. Even then for inner indeed we men home from them monta Ki Moon ones who take retribution.

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You see the Musa king of Morocco, they would wish for the Prophet salallahu salam to die. They will think that you know what, once he dies, all of this matter of Islam of the hate, it will be over

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Allah subhana

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Katara says that even if you were to die, these people are guilty.

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They are wrong for their shit, and we are going to punish them. I will know the Yanaka or we make you see meaning the punishment comes to them in your life. We make you see a lovely word now that which we have promised them and what is it that we have promised them? We have threatened them it's that punishment for him now I lay him mocked at the rune then indeed we are over them mock that the rule book that your own plural of milk that did and who is milk that that one who has Audra complete control complete power and authority. We have complete ability over punishing these people

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for STEM sick, so what should you do? Or Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam you should add here too, you should hold on to hold on to what Billa the with that which oh here ileka which has been revealed to you. And what is that? The Quran? Hold on to it, meaning observe it yourself and keep conveying it. In Nagarjuna slaughter musta came Indeed you are certainly upon the straight path, no matter how much they deny you. You are upon the truth in total movement on i 73. Allah says we're in Nicoletta the room illustrata. Mr. Kim, certainly you guide people do the straight path. So in this is what is being said. How is it that you protect yourself from bad influence?

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How? By staying in the influence of Quran you stay connected with the Quran, keep shaitan away.

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And the moment you lose touch with the Quran.

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It's amazing how shaitan takes over

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shaitan is you know someone who really takes advantage of any opportunity that comes his way.

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Very experienced and you know, some people you give them a chance they're like, Yeah, you know what, I don't care. You give them an opportunity. You give them you offer them come forward. They're like no, it's okay. I'm fine.

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Shaitan is so eager, the smallest opportunity, the smallest gap in a surf, he will make use of it. The smallest moments when you're sitting and you're not doing Vic, he will take advantage of it.

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If we are living as part time Muslims realize that chiffon is working full time. How can we counter shaitan if he's working full time, and we are working part time, you understand? So for some sick billary or here a lake hold on to it what does it stem sick me firmly hold on, do not leave. Do not leave it in the car la serata musta came there then you are on the straight path. We're in who and indeed it meaning the Quran is lovely Calaca surely a vicar for you. And not just for you, oh Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but also wali Komik for your people were so far too alone. And soon you will be questioned, you will be questioned about what about the extent of your fulfilling

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your duty towards the Quran? How much did you fulfill the heck of the Quran? Did you give the Quran it's right or not? The Quran is the what does the Crimean record is the key reminder. Firstly, the record is a reminder, meaning a reminder when someone has forgotten

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sometimes we forget some important actions that we have to do. And sometimes we do remember them but we forget their significance. We forget their importance. So what happens, the Quran reminds us of what they are, and also of their significance. So we're in the whole lyrical latifolia comic. It's a reminder. And if you think about it, many times in the Quran, you learn some things which you already knew, but you just learned about their importance. For example, as Muslims we all know, we're supposed to pray, isn't it? We're supposed to pray. We're supposed to love Allah. We're supposed to obey Allah. We know this. You ask any Muslim child, you know, he'll answer these

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questions. But the significance the importance of all of these matters, you get that from where? From the Quran. The Quran repeats itself. So you learn about something, you forget it, but then when the concept is repeated, you are reminded. So what in the world Lavie colloca and it's amazing sometimes you will hear

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Verse, which you know about, but you heard it at that time in that situation. So that verse was a perfect reminder for you, isn't it? So it's a reminder. Secondly, the vicar also means Maori Law. Advice admonition. So the Quran is an advice. It's an admonition, it's an instruction

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tells you what you should do. And it doesn't just list the commands. But it's a very effective message. It's a very effective admonition. Then the word ligand is also used for

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fame. Good name. So what in the hula? Dico Lakdawala Komik. This Quran will be a source of mention a source of good name for you, or Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and also for your people. And isn't that true?

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If you think about it, or model the Allahu anhu, who was he before Islam?

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Who was he

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mean, a very powerful man in Makkah. He was so strong that one day he just got really fed up and he said, You know what, I'm just gonna go kill Mohamed Salah Furiosa, he just got up to his sword and started walking. And I mean, other people were just thinking about it, or model Dillo on who he was a person was a go getter, you know, just go do it. Right, just go get it. He was one of those people who could read and write.

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But at the same time, I mean, the maximum he could get in his life was maybe become super wealthy. That's it because he couldn't become a chief. You understand, given his position, he couldn't really become a chief of his tribe. He couldn't really become the ruler of Makkah, the system was not like that. But because of Quran, because of Islam, or Omar Abdullah, who aren't who became who Ameerul Momineen, the leader of the believers,

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someone who ruled over the entire Islamic region, for how many years, 20 years, we see that the Khilafah it expanded so much at that time, Constantinople was conquered in the time of our moral dilemma and who so much expansion. This is a real moral dilemma and who after the Quran,

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in the hula, the crow lekawa, the Komik, we see that on one occasion, or moral dilemma on who the person whom he had appointed as the governor of Makkah, came to meet or model below or in house or model, the lower and who asked him that, in your absence, who have you appointed as the leader?

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Meaning you left your work, who's taking care of your work while you're not there? So he replied that so and so person is in charge, and he asked him that, who's this person? And he said, he's one of our freed slaves.

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He's one of our freed slaves, are all muddled. Allahu Anhu. He said, You have appointed a freed slave over the people of Makkah.

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And that man replied, Yes, because this freed slave of ours is well versed in the book of Allah. He knows the Quran very well. And he knows the outcome of our deen very well also. So Omar Abdullah, one who said, Your Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that in Allah your roofer will be heading Kitabi aquarium and that Allah will exalt some people because of this book. Well, there will be a hurry and he will bring down some others because of it. We in those who give the hack of the Quran, that Allah will elevate them and those who don't, then they will be degraded. So we're in the hula, Vikram laka, while you're coulombic the Quran is not insignificant. It is an exalted,

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honorable book that will bring honor to those who hold on to it in this life and also in the next therefore, think about your duty towards the Quran. What are you taking from the Quran? And how much are you remembering the Quran? And how much are you practicing the Quran because we're so far too alone you will be questioned. You will be asked

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let's listen to the recitation of these verses

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Salam Alaikum so amongst us you were talking about how the Quran you know, sort of not really repeats itself but you know, complements other eyes, you know, when when we're listening Tafseer and you quote an IRF from a sword that we haven't studied or sort of we've studied before. And then later on, we're at that Surah divan that was referenced a long time ago, you see that connection when you're hearing it first time, okay? See that, you know, how these two complement each other, but when you're setting the reference verse itself, it's amazing. And then, for example, I was talking with Rod, it's so long ago, and you know, forgotten many of the things but when that gets

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quoted, you see that and, you know, it's pretty awesome to get reminded like that, you know, you don't actually have to go back and see it, you just you know,

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and that makes the Quran very easy to understand and easy to remember also, because the concept or the messages are repeated, the themes are repeated, it's as if one part of it is explaining emphasizing another part. And that makes the Quran very easy to understand. I mean, you know, when you are reading a book in which on every page, there is a new concept, a new theory and new research and everything you have to remember kind of keep in your mind, it becomes very overwhelming. Alright, but the Quran is such that it's easy to remember.

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So now hour ago, I just want to share, as you mentioned that who appointed I'm sorry, I'm missing.

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Yes. And the governor of mclevy, governor of Baca was as free slip, right. And look at the people. You know, at the beginning of the lesson, we learned that they thought that Professor ceramista Wasn't word for the Buddha. And now they accepted a free slave as their governor. So Subhanallah Quran changes the both ways that slave Gula he got that rank, and the people mind much change so much that they accepted him as a governor to Subhan Allah, this is the beauty of the Quran. MashAllah very true, it changes the hearts of people.

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So, the Quran is a reminder. And a reminder, is to be kept in front of you, isn't it? I mean, if you have a whole list of reminders, do your homework, submit this assignment, this, this, this, and it's somewhere written on a page and that page is somewhere in a book and that book is somewhere in your house? Are you going to remember on time, or you know, you won't? Because in order to read that reminder, you're gonna have to go find that book, and then open it up, and then find that paper and then read. And so where do you keep your reminders where, somewhere where you can see them. So either it's on your phone, or on your computer, or somewhere in the refrigerator, maybe in your car,

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maybe in your bathroom mirror, you know, people put reminders in the most weirdest of places, isn't it so that they can remember at a time when they need to remember, because if you don't remember at the time when you need to remember that reminder was useless. So the point I'm making over here is that if the Quran is victory, then don't we need to remind ourselves of the record that it has. Don't we need to be connected with the Quran? And when is the best time to connect with the Quran to remember what we have forgotten of the Quran? What is the best time it is the month of Ramadan?

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Because in this month, our connection of the Quran should be greater than any other time of the year.

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So what are you going

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To do this month of Ramadan to reconnect with the Quran, even though I know some of you will have your exams, and some of you will have a lot of assignments and a lot of other things to do. But despite all of that, what are you going to do to reconnect with the Quran in this month?

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What goals are you going to set? What targets are you going to set for yourself?

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So listening to the Quran, more in the month of Ramadan? You know, the scholars they used to call the month of charbon Shahrukh era,

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the month of recitation. Why? Because they would increase the recitation of Quran in charbon, before Ramadan, so that they would have strength to recite even more Quran in the month of Ramadan.

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You understand what they did. So the month of Ramadan should be a time when we are reciting more Quran, and not just reciting it, but also listening to it, and also reflecting on its meanings.

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So set some goals for yourself. And if you're not prepared for it from before, even mentally, what's going to happen, the month of Ramadan is going to come and it's gonna go. We don't want to enter this month unprepared, and leave it all frazzled, or with disappointment, anything important that's coming in your life, it requires preparation. Correct. Otherwise, if you're not prepared, then things are haphazard. And there's no quality in our actions. And we ended with a heavy heart with regret and disappointment and frustration. And we don't want Ramadan to be like that. And if you are afraid that No, I'm just too busy this month. Recently, I've met so many sisters who have all been

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saying I'm going to have my exams. I'm going to have this or mothers were saying children are into they have school, right? People have work, how was it going to happen? Remind yourself Ramadan is a month, which is Mobarak and what is Mobarak when you get more out of what appears to be little one of the Salafi said that every time I increase my recitation of the Quran, I see more blessings in my life. I see more blessings in my life. When when I increase my recitation of the Quran, so don't think that if you will give time to the Quran, you will have little left for yourself.

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Even if you can recite three verses in Salah that is better than many things. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that three verses that one of your recites in Salah is better than three large pregnant sheep camels.

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Just imagine. It's better than that. And you might wonder Campbell, I don't understand. Thank you. I'm not interested in camels. I don't like animals. But the people in the prophets of the Lausanne was talking to camels were like fancy cars. All right, I mean, one of the best possessions that you could own, the Prophet sallallahu sallam said one of you recite 10 verses and 100 verses and some other Hadith indicate 1000 verses. So, there is mentioned of three verses 10 verses 100 verses 1000 verses for each there is different reward.

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So for 100 verses, it is that is better than the whole world and whatever is in it in bar will be written for him and again thought is better than the world and whatever is in it. So, reconnecting with the Quran, or increasing our connection with the Quran is never ever a loss. You will always get a lot from the Quran because the Quran is Mobarak the month of Ramadan is Mobarak. So think about what you're going to do and set some clear goals for yourself. Because we're in the hula, the crew laka wali comida was so for those alone, you are going to be asked you're going to be questioned about your duty towards the Quran.

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