Seekers of Knowledge 042 – Tafseer of Surah Al-Inshiqaq #02

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do you

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think Maddie Wani Oba

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wa Salatu was Salam

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levena, Mohammed, wider AlLahi wa sahbihi. Ah.

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So we begin as always with the praise of Allah, we ask Allah to exalt the mention of grant peace to our messenger, Mohammed soul, Bob Riley who sent them to his family and his companions, we talking about solar energy.

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And this solar is the 84th surah in the Quran.

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And for those of you who joined the Tafseer class, recently, we started with sort of 30.

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And then we went backwards from solar to NASA, the last chapter of the plan, backwards to the last section, the last portion juzo.

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And we've kind of passed the halfway point within it three quarters of the way through the 30th. Part. So if you divide the parameter 30 parts, the last part, the last 30th, we're three quarters of the way through it.

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And that is the 84, or swordsmanship.

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We spoke about the beginning is either set up a shortcut when the sky is split open, what are the next we hope we have a hope, but it has listened to its Lord, and He will cut it must do so. What he does outdo that when the urge is extended, while cause Murphy what's 100, and it casts out what is within it, and has given up the bodies that will be resurrected, and

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the treasures and things that were buried in the earth. Why do you think Do we have a pocket and it has responded to it's lower than most.

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So we came to the higher Yeah, a well inside, no hidden echocardiography.we can head there and double that. And we said that this means all

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the mankind you are caddy. And we said caddy caddy is a site is racing towards something striving for something working hard. So you're laboring, working hard.

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And it doesn't matter what you're working for. Because this is true. Every person every person is caddy. Doesn't matter whether they're doing good, too bad, just wasting their time. Everyone is struggling in something laboring and something something is taking up their time.

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And Allah describes it as caddy home either.

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You are exerting yourself, towards your Lord. And the meaning of towards the Lord is that you feel like is this effort is for a reason. Like, I'm struggling so hard for my studies, I'm struggling so hard for my job, and working so hard to make ends meet. I'm working so hard to manage some situation in my life. I'm working so hard with the issue in my family. But actually, that's not what you're working for.

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In reality, every day that goes by is getting you closer to Allah is getting closer to the data accurate, the Hereafter is getting you closer to a time when you're gonna have to answer for the deeds that you did. So it's like you're striving for something. And you think that what you're doing is for a world before the hidden the end is just getting you nearer and nearer to Allah

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in echocardiography now.

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This is part of the one of the themes of the app, which is that your life in this world is always going to be one of hardship. Now that doesn't mean everything we do is fight. It doesn't mean that nothing will be easy, but this life is not supposed to be a life of relaxation. It's a test and a trial. And so as a test in a trial, you are going to go through situations which require a lot of efforts. I agree difficult.

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Someone happy

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you will certainly need it.

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So the question here is is what is it that you will meet

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and this is often an issue tipsy because the Arabic language

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has pronouns where it's not all

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Please clear where the pronoun who is backed. So actually, there are two or even three possibilities in this idea of what is it that you will meet. So the first is that you will meet a lot in the car different Caterham family, you will meet your Lord, You are exerting yourself towards your Lord and you will meet him. And that's crucial. approved by the command many times that foot mature do not either either. But if you are Shahada, then you're going to be returned to the one who knows everything which is seen everything which is unseen.

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So one option is you're going to go back to and you're going to meet a lot.

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The other one is that you're going to meet and this is the general principle is that pronouns go back to the closest mentioned the closest thing which is mentioned was the closest thing mentioned in the if for those who speak Arabic

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the Hanford world, it was the closest

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thing that this

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Marathi he can go back to.

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We said Robic that's worth

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closer than that.

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To the kid

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to the kid

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in echocardiography, La Liga Caterham tabula T, meaning you're going to meet your struggles.

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You're going to meet your Lord, or you're going to meet your struggles. What does it mean, you're going to meet your struggles, ie you're going to meet the recompense of that the reward or the punishment, because everyone struggled, they either struggling to do good, struggling to do bad struggling and wasting their time, but they're struggling for something. So you're gonna meet your struggle. In other words, you will meet your needs. And that's why some of them said,

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you're going to need to detox, you're going to need what you've done. And in reality, when we look at these opinions, actually, all of them are true.

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And there's no need to drop one and take the other. So the idea covers both, you're going to meet your Lord, and you're going to meet the results of the efforts you made in this work. And that tells you that the reality of what you should be working for in this world is for the meeting law and not working in things that take you away from a lot of other things that waste your time.

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For Mmm, and o t, ag tab.

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Now here, it's interesting. Allah started to sewer either summer, when the sky has split.

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So there should be a follow on sentence, right?

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Like, for example, when you come to the masjid pray to work out when you see Abdullah, give him my Salah.

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So Allah said when the sky split open, so where is the job, where is the follow on from that this discussion is different about a lot.

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But perhaps the closest of the opinions of the best of them is the mmm or to keytab

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that when the sky

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is split, when the sky is split,

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at that point, there will be people who are given their book in their right hand. And there will be people who are given their book behind their back for another tip.

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So as for the one who is given his book in his right hand,

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his book which book is incomplete,

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and we said in the next irfs sell will fail you will have seven a survey, Yes, he will. He will be judged, or take into account with an easy accounting.

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So we know that the people who receive the deeds on the Day of Judgment, they either didn't receive the deeds and they're right handle their left.

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And these deeds will be presented as a book.

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And those who receive it in their right hand or called us how many people have the right hand side. And they're the people who are parents.

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Now it says here that they will be taken to account with an easy accounting. So their account will be easy.

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Now, how do we reconcile this we said last week with the Hadith of the prophets, I send them a new Kisha. He set up

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a comic con

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Whoever has their accounting taken will be destroyed. And anyone who has who is taken to account will be destroyed.

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And this we've seen is an easy to count.

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In this we have a text from the prophesizing.

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Because one of these wives she found that

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She said she asked the professor's about that how is it that you said that weather

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is taken into account will be destroyed. And Allah said they will have an easy account.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said

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he said that he came out, this is the presentation of your deeds, the meaning of the easier counties, you don't get asked about every single blessing and moment that at every single second of every single day that every single choice, but you get genuinely asked about the you get all the

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and you might get asked about certain aspects of what you did. But not every single moment in every single thing. And so again, we divided who ever has every single moment asked about will be destroyed. Why? Because if you compare a lot of blessings to what you have done in terms of your good deeds, there is no way you can ever catch them up. And that's because even your good deeds are a blessing.

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And they deserve thanks. So your good deeds require facts, and then more good deeds requires that and that fact requires that and so you will never catch up with all those blessings.

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But those who Allah forgives, at the end, just dove into paradise. Those are the people that Allah gives them a general presentation of their deeds, and he may ask them about the things that they did in certain things without what we bought today, without going into every single minute detail.

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So this person who has an easy account, and is given the book in their right hand, Allah say, wherever possible,

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he will return to his family happy.

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Happiness is easy to understand. Because if you pass the hardest exam in your entire life, and you pass crossing the Hellfire on the bridge, Ceylon,

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and you received your book in the right your right hand. And Allah makes you for the people of Paradise, there is no happiness greater than that. Whatever happiness a person had in this world is eclipsed, there is not even you can't even put a number on how happy a person will be. But what does it mean that you go back to his family?

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Because which family will go back to?

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What about his family or not from the people of Germany.

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So here the score is different over the family that he will go back to William Hardy, who either

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some of them said his family or his believing family who are the people of jet. Okay. Some of them say this is actually his tribe, who are from the people of Germany. So for example, in maybe he has a cousin, an uncle, a brother,

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a father, a mother, a sister, who is one of the people of Germany. So he goes back to his tribe, his family, who are from the people agenda, and he says how will ketopia come and read my book, being the one to annual up in his RV, I was certain I was going to meet my accounts for generations enrolled via regenda to the idea to the end of the IRT is going to be in the highest paradise, it is going to be in a content and happy life.

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However, some of the scholars have Dempsey, they said that he needs his wives and his children

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means wives and his children. So he's gonna go back to if they are from the people, and this is interesting, he said, mainland said apart from

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the people who came to gender before,

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meaning that his wife, she went to gender before. Her accounting was easier than he is. And she went to gender first way a party movie that I have, he goes back to her, and she's already from the people of gender.

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And he goes in a state of happiness or one of his children. Because, for example, the child who dies before puberty is without sin, right?

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So that child is going to be in sha Allah from the people of gentlemen. So they will perceive their parents to Jenna and Allah knows best

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So here now that

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personally goes back to gender and he finds his children who have already gone to gender before him.

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And he goes in the state of happiness. And some of them said that it is the whole eight, the women of Paradise that Allah will create specifically for it. And the winning done, the children that Allah will create for paradise,

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were to Friday will be done with

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the young boys that along with the young children, that Allah will create to put them in Paradise, that if they didn't live in this world, from those people who are not created for parents, and that they are his new family, and he will go back to them. So which is the correct answer?

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What we learned

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but they don't contribute to each other. So there is no issue with why we can't do all of them. And there will be some people don't have believing family and gender from their tribe or their you know, their their blood relatives. And there will be some people whose wives and children will not perceive them to parents, and there will be different people in different situations. But there's no reason why this would have to be caught in quote unquote, encompass all by he's going back to people who have already passed that, that that level of his agenda already, or they are from those people who have preceded him

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to Jay,

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when booty Akita avoid, and as for the one who has given his book behind his back, now there are two descriptions of the disbelievers how they get there. One is another cool tip tell that he or

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she mad.

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So the one is given the book in their left hand, an insurer issue car behind their back. So there are two ways of scenes. The one is that they are two different groups of people. One will take the left and one will take it behind their back. And usually the distinction would be the fact that the hypocrite is the person who is pretending to be Muslim, but they're not being realistic. You know they are, we're not talking about hypocritical behavior. We're talking about someone who is a true hypocrite, not someone who is all of us fall into hypocritical behavior sometimes. But we're talking about true hypocrisy, which is where a person is not Muslim. But they show Islam on the outside. For

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some reason in this world, like Like, for example, to deceive the Muslims to break down from the inside to cause some trouble for them, like the people of Medina used to do from those people of the minority, the people who used to show Islam on the outside, but they weren't, they were they had no intention of being those people, some of them said that they will receive their book behind the law.

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Why because of the deception. So it's like an anonymous,

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no, like, because of the way they were deceitful in this world. So they are the people who will receive it and ask for the one who was opening, just not listening, they will receive it in the left hand.

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And some of the scholars, and This to me is more apart and Allah knows best is that you combine the two together. And then all of the people who are not successful on the Day of Resurrection will receive their book in their left hand behind their back.

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And that is more the punishment is worse, right? Because it's like they don't know what they're getting, nor that they they receive something in their left hand. And then when they look at the book, and they see that they have not been successful. They say they are at the top

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when it binds

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to the bottom, now open. I mean, I had a timing so

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we'll see that, how I wish that I never got the script

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and how I wish

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that I never had any accounts.

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And he will see that

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how I wish I never knew or my accomplice.

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How I wish that this was my death. I just wish I could just I could just die.

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My wealth didn't benefit me.

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Nor did my authority, my power benefit. So called away hallak I mean supply all the power I had all the authority I had disappeared.

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Who would

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take him and run

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through Vijay Masada and put him into the file from FEC we'll see that in a separate room and

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then wrap it up in achieve 70 keywords

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In Canada

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didn't used to believe in a lot the most great one

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and we didn't used to encourage the people to feed the poor

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until the end of life

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so here in this tour we're mmm booty Akita

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as for the one is given his book behind his back for So, for year two

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he will call out the other will cry out fubu for more like a detailer destruction

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in other words he will call out for his own destruction.

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And this is

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this meaning of the eduroam

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is that he will call out against himself, right? Yeah so that way that's why football worth

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how terrible my destruction How I wish I could not be How I wish I would die.

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Why us

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and He will enter into sorry, silo is one of the names of the fight.

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And he refers to the fact that it's a burning lease in level can at the University.

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He used to be happy with his family.

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Now here's a really interesting question. Is it wrong to be happy among your family?

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Because this is out, right? The apparent of the idea is that he goes to the fire because he was happy with his family in this world.

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I want someone to give you some ideas, guys. Is it wrong? To be happy with your family? In this world, enjoy yourself have a good time happy? Because that's the description we asked. He goes to the fire in the locality and he Mizzou he used to be so happy with his family.

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Me What does YouTube say?

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Let me get to them first. Okay. What do you guys think?

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genuinely of what you know, Islam. What's your thought? Do you think that?

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Generally of what you will have is that Is it wrong to be happy to know?

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What kind of happiness in this world is? Why

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not but he's with his family. Right? he's not he's not going out with some person you've ever met. He's not like

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very good. I really like the answer happiness that makes you forget Allah. That's a very, very good answer. That's good.

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They said that it is a little bit hard to be unhappy with the union. See, the Muslim can be happy at times. And you can enjoy yourself with your friends and your family. But ultimately, this is not where you want to be. Are you happy with this idea? Is this what you want? If someone said you could live here forever, would you choose to live here forever? Who's not? You don't want to be Yes, I'm here for a purpose. This is my test. This is my job. I'm here to do a job. I don't want to be here for all eternity. I don't want to live forever.

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I'm not happy with this dunya this life. I want to go to Paradise I want to be in this place. So this must rule like he was happy in a way that he forgot a lot. In other words, he was happy with his family and his life but he wasn't thinking about religion.

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Or he became happy when he became happy with the world.

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I no longer had any care over the hereafter.

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In who I miss explains to him also to set the next I explains further what he's meant in number one that Alinea

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your whole means the object he thought he would not ever come back

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to where you are and how you don't want to have water that flows, let's say flows along

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into a basin or into like down the line. And then he reaches an obstruction and the water hits the obstruction and flows backwards. This is an help

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is the meaning of

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it. No wonder Lee. He thought that he would never ever come back. He thought he was going in one direction and he's never ever ever going to come back in the other direction.

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He thought he was never going to come back. So this Missoula he was happy thinking that he was never going to

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To go back, whereas the Muslim,

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in a sense is always,

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in a sense, has an aspect of silence, which is not a sadness but a fear of a lot of fear or sadness of worrying over what will happen in the afterlife or worrying over whether their deeds have been accepted.

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That's one thing.

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But one of the strongest evidences that it's not wrong to be happy is that Allah asked the Prophet sizer to seek refuge from sadness

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alone many, many hours a weekend will help me What hasn't?

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That has.

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But what do you say about the higher we'll call you have to rely? Maybe I'd have

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to, they said, All praises to Allah, Who made sadness go away from us more than one of the scholars of tipsy they took from this, in fact, many of them they took from this that a Muslim has to decide

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because the people of Genesee Alhamdulillah in the present.

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However, that's not quite the tip serum is not quite what we think you think that I've seen that hasn't here is a cold

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call handling

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hazard because

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we took away fear loss,

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grief as in the grief that comes with the sadness that comes from fear. So the sadness that comes from feeling what's going to happen, this is the fitting for business right? For those that have that sadness over, as in anxiety and fear over the

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well, anxiety and fear in dunia and sadness and depression in the junior

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and that's why the province I syllabus tool, what attack isn't it? Don't be sad, over what these people say. I use tool to say a little baby I really became an unhappy when I seek refuge with you from anxiety and grief.

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So there is a balance to be had right?

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A person should be worried about the app, they should be worried about their deeds, they should be worried about the day of judgment

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and that should cause them a degree of grief and worry.

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But it shouldn't lead to the kind of grief of worry that makes them loose hoping Allah will make them stop doing what it is that they are supposed to be.

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In the one that lay at home, he thought that he would never come back. But he know that he can and he Basia

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Bella here, last count data sees Bella repeating what that person fought, he thought he was never going to go back Bella. In fact, he is going to go

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and he or Bella is used to rebuke the the thought of the person that he will never ever return to Allah Bella

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in our bamboo cabinet, he was

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indeed his board.

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canopy Basilan was always seen

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was always seen.

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And here it's possible that Tinder

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for here in the eye, so in I ended up in Canada and he was with his family in a state of happiness.

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Here the internet is tidy, which means the anger

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has the meaning of it. So it means because he will enter the fire because he was

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the in the here is the tidy means because to see me as the enemy we end of the canopy I think industry

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better in our bootcamp rather than his Lord was received from the names of allies led by senior the Aussie.

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And remember with the last names and attributes, they're not like ours.

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Allah is not Allah has names and attributes but those names and attributes are not like ours. So from the names of allies and Basu and a semi

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The one who sees everything in the world he is everything.

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But as for us, as human beings, our sight is limited. Our hearing is limited.

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Our knowledge is limited. As for a lot everything about all of us

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and no one

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sees everything and he is everything.

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And so since I last saw everything that that person did and heard everything I knew everything that person did

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then the last panel data was best pleased to take into account for what he did. And to justly give him his book in his behind his back.

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Because the person might see well

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how is it fair

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for me that I'm working so hard, and then I'm trying Can I Do you know what?

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I'm striving towards my Lord, I'm struggling. And then I end up people the people who get my book behind my back.

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But the answer to this can be found better inaudible kind of evil sila Allah so everything you did, Mama heard everything you did, no one knew everything you did. So always not gonna cause your deeds to be lost. But if you're not doing the things you're supposed to be doing, know the hospital attorney

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in yourselves.

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Then Allah said fella who Cosima Sheva,

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here level crossing, we spoke to it, we spoke about it and sort of developed the law here. There are some different opinions about what it means. But the strongest one here is that it is Toki it's emphasizing the oath that I certainly swear by. So for us as Muslims we only swear by a lot, right? So we say one line by a lot, one line, or we say,

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total line, or we say what Bill Kava by the Lord of Aqaba. Or when livi Neff cvad, I swear by the water, my soul is in his hands. We swear only by Allah. But Allah swears by whatever he wants, from his creation, whatever he wants. So here Allah says, I certainly swear by a shepherd

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shut up is the redness in the sky after modeling.

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Sometimes it's called a shut up with

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the red color in the sky. The skulls of tipsy some of them said it's white whiteness at dawn. But the stronger opinion here is a shut up is the shape of the wheel shuffle, which is that when the sun sets, there is a red redness in the sky.

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When a shaft comes in that redness has disappeared from the sky, that's the title of a shaft right? You know that it's a short time because the redness has disappeared from the sky.

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When lady one that was a

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I swear by the night so Allah sweat swore by a shepherd the redness of the sky.

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And Allah only swears by something which is more alpha, which is very important.

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So this shows is the importance of this time, the time of market, right?

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Until Asia

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some very valuable time.

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When they when I was and I swear by the night, whatever was out

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here was up to stronger opinion about is that what's up means

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Jenna Obama, I think

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that it means to envelop something and bring it together

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to envelop something and bring it together.

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So the Knights envelops everything with its darkness, right.

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And the same word

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for the night is described in different ways, right? We had to relate the day yaksha

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the night when it covers up.

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We had one of those that we have.

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There was another I was thinking about when leaving the descriptions of the night because I lost all by the beginning of the night and the middle of the night and the end of the night.

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We're leaving today yaksha is the beginning of the next

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one when leaving either as as well commonly, you know, no one will

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get the answer. Some of them say as I say is the beginning of the night and some of them say that as I say is the end of the night. We mentioned in Salt Lake that is different pieces that are lost all by all the parts of the mains. So here by the night and what it can tell us

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The night when it covers

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it covers

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it's like a covering, right? And it covers so many things. So, here the sponsor tipsy they talk about how everything you will end up not now because now we live a time which is not not not natural. But naturally when the nighttime game, everybody goes home, even the animals go home at that time, everything goes home. And then there are certain things that come out at night, some of which are dangerous, shouting.

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In Delhi, Shere Khan in sharp shot on the Hot ship on spreads and snatches people travel

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a lot, swore by the nuts, and everything that the night covers.

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And everything that comes with comedy that test and the moon is a test of a test a car, it means a tablet, it became full

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by the moon when it became full.

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So Allah swore by

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the beat the time before the Knights, right? A Shut up. So after McCulloch as it starts to get dark, and the redness falls out of the sky,

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and then darkness covers everything.

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And it covers good and evil, right? It covers goodness that people are doing and covers evil deeds that people do.

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A lot of evil things happen. Not right in terms of it's a time where people tried to conceal themselves. And there are good things like the night prayer,

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prayer at nights, people read it beforehand, studying at night.

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Everything the night envelops the animals that come out at night and hugs

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the night everything that it covers,

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brings together and brings together if it means gender,

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then brings together

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here it means like how when the night falls, everything returns back together, all the people go back into the town and back into their homes. And then close the door. Everybody kind of goes back to that place.

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Where the comedy that yourself and a lot of swears by the movement is

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the movement in sports when it's most beautiful. People resemble they say like your face is like the face has new

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faces like the moon

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and the moon in its most beautiful when it's full.

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And that is the 13th 14th and 15th of the Islamic calendar, the yellow deal, the white days, today's lunch recommended to Christ.

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Then Allah said, led Tomica wooden pada upon our product.

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There are two ways of readings,

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both of them from the seven major styles of citation. So both of them are all from the from the styles, the well known styles of the citation lead How would know and that's how it can then

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pop up and handle

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First of all, what is the meaning of

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the meaning of pop up

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as the return from your class what

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is happening

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laptop, laptop would not

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you are going to experience one situation after another situation.

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Now here let's first of all talk about the Pirata here that we have in front of us that is that a lot of

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have some others

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that tell kaboom. So this is talking to all the people, all you people are going to experience state after state situation after situation. And this is again back to that theme of in Mega CAD if

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you go through poverty,

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and then wealth and import. And then what you go through health and sickness and health and sickness again. You go through happiness and sadness and happiness and sadness. Your Eman goes up and down and up and down. Your faith goes up and down, up and down.

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You go through times of hot and cold times of ease and difficulty. This is the meaning of the telephone October, October you will go through having that

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One situation after another.

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Now there is a benefit in this if it refers to this life.

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The benefit of this life is that you don't think this life is a place of enjoyment. Life is a place to work. You expect that how to do that now I'm okay. You know, I'm healthy. And I feel okay. hamdulillah is all right. But you realize that tomorrow will be something different. The top couple Nepal on top, you are going to go through state after state change after change situation of the situation, you're not going to see one solution, you will not be happy for every day of your life, you will not be wealthy for every day of your life, you will not be healthy for every day of your life.

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You will not be at the perfect temperature or the perfect, you know, environment for every day of your life.

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situation after situation state after state.

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This is if it refers to the tune. However, some of the scholars they said I don't remember Jerry

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others poverty

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But they mentioned some of them they mentioned that after

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they mentioned

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so what is it mean in the hereafter that you go through state of the state the different hardships of your career?

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Why did they say this? They said that the word topper in Arabic is not usually used for good it's used for

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Masai calamities any pop up on Alibaba I mean we'll see but he levels from a product from a calamity to another calamity.

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So they said that this refers to the situation yoga.

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On the day of judgment, you go through hardship to hardship one situation to another first of all our south a piano the pains of your piano, the wing of the deeds, the crossing over Ceylon taba

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from one state to another from one situation to another.

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But now I'm going to ask you a really difficult question.

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others I think that we have definitely said leptonic can Kevin, first of all by Arabic translators Tell me what's the difference between the telecom whatnot and the telecom

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telco boom, nice. Well, good. So for people you're going to go through state after state, okay? Tamika Bednar?

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One person,

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genuinely in the Quran, if Allah speaks to one person who's speaking to

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prophets, eyes, and generally, he speaks to one person, what in that case, the following are the you are an excellent standard of character, just one person, you oma.

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So what does it mean that the prophet will go through state after state?

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What is it? How does the provinces because is a profit?

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Stealing test, just like the loss of a child and multiply? So that's one answer in the dunya. In the duty that the province I said that goes through, he went through the situation in Makkah, and our prison, the time of the year of sadness, and then he had the small with a large, and then he had the Euro, that he had the trip the journey to Medina, and then the battles. And what can a young widow have been a nurse these days? We give it victory to different people. So sometimes it was it was good, and sometimes it was hard. Like, Jim, that's one answer. Any other thoughts about what you said about

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some of them, they said, This refers to a slot on the right.

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We're going to take you pop up an amp up, level, damage, damage, and damage, any level damage at one level above the other, we're going to take you up to the heavens.

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But even if it's the individual, is it miss isn't ness? Is it necessarily true that it has to be the Prophet size? And who else could it be talking to, if not the Prophet, if it's just if the Corrado that he saved which is just one person, you one person are going to go from state to state and it's not the profit space? You can? You can

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very good excellent

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is a genuinely a person.

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And that's very powerful

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use of language, because he's talking to you as an individual, you, you, you who are reading now, Abdullah, who's reading the Koran at this moment, and they are,

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let's hop back in the pop up and uncover you personally are going to go from state to state.

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So it's like, not even all of you, it feels like when you feel all of you, you kind of feel

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the will see by the calamity is less, okay, all of us are going to go through this. It's okay, I'm gonna go through poverty, but I know like, everyone's going to go through this. I'm going to go through sadness, but it's okay because I know everyone's gonna go I'm gonna get sick, but I know everyone's gonna go that's how to coordinate for the October

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but when Allah sees that, Tonka Bednar and is referring just to you, you are Abdullah, who is reading the Quran right now. And you are going to go through these different situations again, it

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doesn't have to be all of them, but you'll go through you'll change from one situation to another

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increases with fear and you become scared that what's my end going?

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What's going to happen not even in the do what's gonna happen to me on the in the in the hereafter?

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public and October moments where things are bad, like how am I? How am I going to end up as the people from the people objecting? So adds to your fear, if it is talking to people other than just you as a person who is reading the plan right? Now, let's talk about the topic on amygdala, you are personally going to go through these different situations, what's the benefit of it, and the benefit of it is understand that you prepare yourself. You're not like sitting there thinking that everything will be easy will be easy, right? So when someone prepares, you says, Look, you're going to take an exam, it's going to be hard, but each other you'll be okay. But it's not going to be an

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easy exam. So prepare for it work hard for it, strive for each struggle free up, okay.

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Then Allah says,

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so what is the matter with them? that they do not do?

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After all that you've heard?

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And we said a similar thing, it's a minute, right?

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We said,

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a similar thing, and so to bet a lot harder than and even sadder. Because we created mankind in toil. always struggling for something but always striving for something.

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And then Allah

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crew rebukes them that why don't you believe?

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Why don't you believe if you're in a situation where you're going through struggle after struggle, and hardship after hardship, and you know, where you're gonna end up

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the life of the goddess of the green? Yokoyama, the hereafter who what's gonna happen to you? Why are you not

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coming to Islam and looking for hours helped to get me through that?

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What's the matter with them, after they heard what will happen to their habits, and they heard what will happen to the herd and the herd what will happen to the dead that are within the booth, and they heard that the person is going to be in a situation of struggling all through their life. And they heard that there people will get the book in the right hands and people will get the book behind their back.

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And they heard that those people who get it behind their back end to the burning fire and they heard that Allah swore by those things, and that Allah said you're gonna go from situation to situation.

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So after all of that,

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why don't they believe what he does.

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And when the poor God is recited to them, they do not wish to do they do not construct.

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Here we have a lot of

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mold that says that to Allah, right. This is the place where I would worry about he said, what your love is that I pray behind the profits of the warfighting center behind other passive and he made center and I'm going to keep on making center I'm going to keep on making central that this place until I need to. So we said this is sensitive, what is certainty now, it means that when you reach this place in your citation, if you are reciting, or you are listening to someone besides

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like the amount of silence

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while you're listening to someone resigned,

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not necessarily on the tape, but you're listening to someone site and you hear the idea of what either pulling it will analyze to go then the sooner is it

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Follow up with a student that is for you to prostrate at that point

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without the tech fear of going down without necessarily even ruble or not necessarily not with the normal not a prayer but just a prostration just to go down and put your forehead on the floor when that when you hear the Iowa putting it to analyze to do when the Quran is recited to them they do not come straight. But my question here is about this is is is directed towards who is directed to us

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from Allah

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the Muslims right what is matter what is the matter with me they don't really and when the Quran is recited to them they look prostrate

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what a prostration be accepted from them if they hadn't become Muslim

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no right. Like to get your frustration accepted as the communist club first trip a couple of them and then be prostrate.

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So why did they ask to constrict?

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like, obedience, obedience, but they're not bringing

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Islam first.

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It would be guided by

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some of the scores they said the meaning of yesterday and here is not so good. For us it's suited up for us is to prostrate. But for them he owns a hoodoo. What is the matter with them that they don't submit?

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So you know what, either poorly I didn't even vote for an larious to rule. Right?

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You don't submit when the Quran is recited they don't submit. In Islam. They don't. They don't humble themselves. Because rude in itself is what?

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A cool door.

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Like him, okay, disable Hello, Tyler. Come on. Come on. Complete humility and complete love.

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When you prostrate on the grounds, you're showing your complete humility in front of all right, total humility, complete submission.

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You'd like the word Islam was the word. It's not me.

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And this is the submission. Like you know, you're like we give the example. The people familiar with the people that are grappling and jujitsu. When we talk about submission, submitting some of it completely give up. You completely submit that say I give up. That's what the word is. That means to completely give up to

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come to literally say that I was alone, once of Allah has taught me is good for me. I submit to Him I give up.

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So some of the scholars they say, the meaning of yes to do here is this, that when the Quran is recited, they don't submit to it. They don't give up to it. They don't accept Islam.

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And some of them said that the meaning is not that they don't pray, but they don't like they don't fall down on cross street out of fear. That what is the matter with them that they will fall down in frustration when they hear that?

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He resigned?

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Then Allah said, bending

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the word

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but those who have disbelieved dinner

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this has evidence that the meaning of yes to do isn't certainty.

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The meaning is they don't submit because Allah said Ben, rather

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than any lady recover revival UK was the opposite of technique.

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Just keep in mind, so in other words, what is the matter with them that they do believe and they don't submit when the plan is reciting? Rather, they deny and display

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belly levena careful.

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Rather, those who disbelieve continue to deny, the Quran is recited to that they continue to deny. proofs are given the signs of Allah they continue to deny will love the island and analyze more noise. Be by your own your own means you have to learn what they keep inside of themselves.

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Now what do they keep inside

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themselves. So some of them they said it is what they keep in their in their hearts.

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But not just that even the actions they conceal, you know, like people doing things that are that they think that nobody knows the bad things they're doing the things they are doing to hurt people hurt Muslims, and they think that nobody knows about this is also that they will what they conceal what they hide.

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The best shoe can be either been hiding,

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so give them

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tidings of a painful punishment.

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I those who disbelieve and deny

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when Allah knows what it is that they are concealing inland larina Allah accept

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those who believe a Ducati okay? What type is in that because in that we said it comes with two minutes

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It means a stiff nap Okay. That means accept. so here if we say insisting that that means kill that means accept,

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bending the knee, the careful you can be born in the linear

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there so those who believe our group of the disbelievers doesn't quite work right to be stiff now.

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What is it instead?

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the meaning here is like lacking.

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However, like, however, it's not that they are part of the disbelievers. They're not they're not. It's more content.

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It's not there. They are not the people who believe are not part of that group.

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But the meaning is However, those who believe

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and do good deeds level agile claim

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they will have a reward that is never into it.

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In the livina

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what is email?

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We've already spoken about it, be sure to ask them every time it comes up. I try to remind you, what is email? What is faith?

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Okay, so even we can either see three things or five things.

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We'll start with three.

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Eman is

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the heart

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either the actions of the heart, the jaw, and the lips.

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Or you can see it better. Imagine his beliefs, statements and actions. This is in three. Okay. It is

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it is

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it hot

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or cold.

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But if we break it into five, we will say it's this is

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cold call what I'm calling

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what covertly said, Well, I'm Elisa. Enjoy.

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So it is five things. It's the statements of your heart and the actions of your heart, the statements of your tongue and the actions of your tongue and the actions of your limbs. This is the proper breakdown of enamel in supply. So what's the first one statements of the heart? What are statements of the heart

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was the statements of heart of the heart.

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Generally, what we're talking about

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Nia has two meanings. One of them is correct for it and one of them is

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yucky. Not quite. Kind of Not quite.

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The statement of your heart is related to your beliefs.

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Yeah, so Nia, in terms of a theme for a lot, yes. But media in terms of my intention for is for Virgil. That's, that doesn't. So it's your beliefs, your statements of your heart. Think of statements like a manifesto, like this. This is what my heart believes in 123.

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Okay, the beliefs What about the actions of the heart now?

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We come to certainty and love and hope and fear. And

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we will make intentions for things. This is your the actions of the heart.

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Okay, what about statements of the tongue?

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If we said statements of the heart to your beliefs, so what's the statement of the

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Shahada? Yeah, expressing the belief that is in your heart, on your tongue? I shall allow either.

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What about the statement? What about the actions of the tongue?

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remembering a law to

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seek forgiveness,

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reciting the Quran,

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what about actions of the lips,

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prayer charity,

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when it comes down to all of them, because prayer is your heart, and your tongue and your lips all working together.

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So that's email, the beliefs in your heart, the actions in your heart, that expressing those beliefs on your tongue, and the actions of your tongue and the actions of your livers. And all of that is

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imagine goes up and down, goes up with the billions and it goes down with disappointments.

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Allah said in the lady

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who saw the heart, you mentioned it, which is of interest, a lot of saying except those who believe they have enough faith

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and they do righteous deeds.

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Why does Allah mentioned righteous deeds after fee with faith includes righteous deeds?

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Did you get my question?

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And I'm undecided righteous deeds are part of either your faith. So why mentioned them separately from faith?

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But if wages actions are part of human right, they are a fundamental part of a man. A man doesn't exist without righteous actions.

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So this is something which happens a lot in Arabic, which is you mentioned something specific after mentioning something genuine,

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very common. For example, when can I do what Linda when he was when he buried our kneecap where there is an enemy to Allah, and his angels and messengers, and gibreel and Mika is jabril, not an angel is Angel, we call an angel, Gabriel, my messenger is a messenger. So this is mentioning something specific after something genuine. You mentioned the hole. And then you mentioned the pot

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could be an example.

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But here

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is one example.

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That keeps

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the company emphasis can be emphasis.

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Here, usually it's mentioned, because there's a need to highlight this particular theme.

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So one aspect can be that many people don't value their righteous deeds as a part of heavy metal. That can be one one thing, that many people that will say, Look, my faith is in my heart and I'm you i believe i believe in Islam, and that's what matters. But Allah didn't see that your basic belief is it. rather he highlighted you believe and remember that your belief includes righteousness. That's why the other is that the mind here

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is talking about a particular aspect of man,

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which is an A knowledge

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that here It refers to getting knowledge and acting on

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ill led that

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those people who believe and you only believe based on knowledge, right? You cannot believe what's the first condition of

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the point he said at eight in the morning in the world Caputo NPR, the approval was a loss What happened? What

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happened? knowledge, uncertainty, and acceptance and submission. So know what I say, and truthfulness and sincerity and love. May Allah give you the success to do what he loves. This is a line of poetry, but the first condition of life lies in so you can't bring faith without knowledge and knowledge is then followed with

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righteous actions. So in any case, all of those things are true. The highlighting of righteous actions, the fact that feed requires righteous actions, the fact that

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It is not enough to rest upon your belief, the fact that your righteous actions have to be based upon knowledge, the importance of seeking knowledge and acting accordingly all of that sort of thing the iron

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level agile, viable men, they will have a war that will not be the note will not be not tour will not be broken ups will not be interrupted.

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So, that was what Allah is, it would just be easy for me to mention for sure. Alicia, call it a snapshot.

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Did we have any questions and questions have come to operate on a CD or something else has.

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See if there was any company,

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give them a minute, it takes them like 10 seconds for the speech to reach them, and then another 10 seconds for them to type it out.

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So, what is continuous

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surrounding a patient and wanting to try to push a push

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we do all time

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often for

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those that are what testicles scores in qumulex. Okay.

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So what is continuous assignments

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provided by this patient, and one case trial setting as

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I think

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we have to separate here, between sadness and between being tested.

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being tested is something which is assigned a lot more damage if you're responding to the test in the right way. So the first question is, how do you know the difference between being tested? Because our loves you and being tested? Because you've done bad things?

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The answer is that it's how you respond. If you're if you respond to a test positively, that's a sign that you're being tested because Allah loves you and wants to purify you through tests and trials. If you respond to a test negatively, that's a sign that you've done something wrong, and we need to come back to all of those to happen all the time. Okay, then, does that necessitate sadness? It can be look, sadness is a is a human condition. Right? you're asked to seek refuge from it, you're asked not to let it overcome you. But it's normal to be sad, right? It's a normal part of human condition. But I don't think that a person should be continuously sad.

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Continuously sad, rather a person

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genuinely speaking, tries to find the blessings of things, the good thing in things, the Prophet slicin was told to seek refuge from sadness. So I think that the idea of being continuously sad because of tests and trials, I'm not sure sad is the right word. I think Yahoo was a very good point in them as to both you and your ally, already completed my grief and sorrow to a lot. But his sadness was not sadness, because of the trials. But it was a sadness that was natural, because he lost his, his children. Right? He lost you. So he lost benya, meaning he lost his eldest son. So he lost three of his children. So that's a natural sadness, you cannot escape that right to be natural.

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But he directed it towards Allah, which is a sign of something good, that whenever you're sad, you use the sadness to get near to Allah, that's a good thing. But I don't think that that test and trial should necessarily produce sadness, and everybody that has a test or a trial of a watch.

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I have a question. So we said that this

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is almost the complete description, or summary of the events of your career.

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Did you see how that it's either set up or shut up talks about the piano

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itself, right? When the sky splits open, and the earth draws out the bodies from it.

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Then it goes back to talk about the ethics of mankind in this world, or the efforts of them, the efforts of mankind in this world and the fact that you will meet your Lord.

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And then the people will see the book in the right hand or they received it in behind their back. And they either go to be from the people of gender or the people of the fight. And the reason for that. And then at the end of that when you've seen that this is your journey that you're going to make you're going to make this journey to

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A lot in echocardiography compared to how you are going to make this journey of labor and toil towards Allah. And then either you, whether it be from the people of gender or the people of the fire family, why can Why do they not believe after that.

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And then a lot of telling, again, about the situation of those who deny, and the situation of those who believe and do good deeds, and that the only way to be successful your piano is with an agent, when I'm assigning that is Ben righteous knowledge, that is beneficial knowledge and righteous action, and the fifth that comes out of those two things. So that's how it's like a summary of the events of yoga. And that's one of the themes that we have continuously in the pursuers that were revealed in Macau. Because we said that it prepares a person right? Because the prophets I suppose in luck, the Muslims are suffering so much in such a hard time. So it prepares a person, the person

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that comes prepared and starts getting ready for the difficulties of the trials that will be ahead. But when they pass that they no one is going to confidential in levena Avenue, I never saw the hat No, I just one last thing I'm going to mention. This is from the IRS which are

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a little difficult to recite, because of the difference between this iron and the iron saw

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up to you. Right, you saw it so I want to

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I want to see

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what to see and sort of team what to say to

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Allah sees in the Libya album why you saw the hottie fell agile failed. It's worth remembering that when you do your

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when you memorize you try to remember the base to shorts and short a team. We have felt at home and in short to the Chicago level. Because this is one of the things that if you don't commit it to memory like that, you will sometimes confuse them.

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And so a lot of Japanese intervention or long special cycles sit on

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the edge right