Seekers of Knowledge 035 – Tafseer of Surah Al-A’laa #01

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Alhamdulillah your ability alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Abdullah he will suli Nabina Muhammad wa ala early, he was happy he he married. So we started a new surah. Today in tafsir. We're going to be taking a break after today from the from the classes, kids class will be on tomorrow, but I'm going to be away for a couple of weeks. So I can't give you the exact date. But you can keep up to date on the message for kind either the Twitter or Facebook or Instagram Sharla will let you know. But roughly we're looking at missing two weeks of classes, give or take may extend to three. But inshallah should be I'm expecting it to be two weeks of classes not more than that be in the

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So I'm expecting if everything goes well be in Illa to resume

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one week, two weeks.

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Yeah, for Friday, it might be a little bit longer than that. So we might end up resuming 15th of January for the class on on a Friday because of the way the day's work. The other classes like blew my resume sooner, but

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anyways, inshallah we're going to be having a break after this week's class. So just pay attention to that job. So we start in sub base model because

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and this is very nice for us actually for a nice reason that we actually reach halfway in June. What he led him to when we finished the Sora we've reached halfway in June.

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And when we started this Tafseer class, our goal was just ama and just about UK. So Alhamdulillah we we reached a quarter of the way towards that goal or we will do when we finish the sort of Bismillah and carry

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Sybiz melodical Allah

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The first thing that we need to establish is what allomantic Nakata Rahim Allah Allah He says he makiya, it is a surah. That was revealed in Makkah. Now, one of the areas of alumina Quran. The areas of the science of the Quran that you study is Alma key. Well, Maddie,

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how do you classify the surah as being a mccunn surah or a surah, that was revealed in Medina. And we said there is a right way and a wrong way. The right way, is to base it upon the Athol generations. And the wrong way is to base it on the content exclusively.

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And we're going to see two examples of both examples of this in this surah. So why didn't even look at here say this surah is makiya because of a hadith and this hadith is narrated by Al Bihari from the Heidi's blog known as IP, brotherly love and humor. And in this Hadith, he mentions the first time the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to Medina and that the first person to reach Medina, from the people who came from outside was most active in our male rhodiola and wobbu ami Maktoum.

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Well the alumni and they used to recite the Quran for the people of Medina. He said so much. Amar wabi Lal was that.

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Then he mentioned the amount of mental health thought came. Then he mentions the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came and he mentioned the happiness of the people of Medina.

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Then he said Femi Jaya had caught up to set bit his model because Allah

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fie sewaren mislead her. He said before he came, I had learned Serbia his model because Allah

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and the word karma to hear.

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It's often used to mean happiness to

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you find that like, for example, in the

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light comes to mind that it's a shabby, but I might be wrong about that. It's from my memory, that when the young boy used to come into the class, and he would say to the young boy Akala tell Quran and have you memorized the Quran? So you find this sometimes they use it like this. He said, what color to say

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business model because until I had read I had learned said business model because

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there are a few things we want to mention. So that's an example of the right way let me give an example of the wrong way. Some people, they said, set by his mama because Allah is a soul which is Melania

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was revealed in Medina.

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Cuba three wild behati is very clear that it came before the prophet SAW Selim, which Medina

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What did they give us an example. They said the statement of allies or Jallikattu f Lohan mentors occur?

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successful is the one and they took the word does that pair who gives this a car?

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Right? This is the car didn't come until Medina. But we said this is not a reliable way of determining the mucky and the muddy.

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Really for two reasons. I'm going to give you why it's not a reliable way of determining it.

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One is that the meaning of zeca here doesn't have to be the cat that is revealed it there are it can be mines that can sell who whoever purifies themselves, it doesn't. It doesn't have to be zeca. But there's a stronger reason even more, which is that many times so far we've seen ayat being revealed, whether it comes before the hokum

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the idea comes before the actual ruling comes. Can anyone remember an example of that that we did so far? In the tafsir?

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Very clear example which the idea came Long, long before the actual event itself happened.

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youtuber can answer as well.

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We can ask the internet

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in the Tafseer so far, quite recently, not long ago. We did an ayah this I will if we take this Tafseer the hokum of the ayah didn't happen for

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more than 10 years at least.

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Not what not what Ellen Asher. That's not what I can think of.

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Anyone on

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the asking What was the question?

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The question is

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called the question. I repeated so many times, how many times? Repeat the question for

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LA Cosimo, we had al Balad, why enter hiline B has a ballot.

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We said we're going to hell on the hurdle. But if we take the TFC is that it means that MK eight is halaal. For you to fight in. mk I did not become halaal for the profit center fighting except for sir attend Mina, not one time of the day, in fact, Mecca FaxMaker.

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How many years after the IO was revealed sort of valid, was factored back

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over a decade

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from so you many times the IEA is revealed. And the ruling of the IEA doesn't come until later on. And it's not until later that the actual ruling of the IEA brings a ruling that this is okay, this is a car this is how much you pay. This is when you pay it comes later on.

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So it's not very reliable to look at the content and say, or you mentioned that it must be maddening. Louis mentions jihad, it must be madonia because we know that zecca and Jihad didn't come until Medina. But it's better to look at you can get an idea but it's better you look at the rewired, look at the narrations and this will determine when did this when was the soul reveal. As for the narrations that mentioned totl tiva saw, they mentioned which soul I came first and second and third and fourth and all the way to 114. For what we know is there is no authentic narration that is authentic in this regard. There is narration for some, like the first thing that was

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revealed was Accra, we know after that

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and more depth. And so we know some things, but this idea that there is a hadith that lists every surah one by one the order they came in what we know is that this this is my Eliezer who mean who Shay

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nothing from it is reliable in that regard.

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This sort of has a few interesting points to mention. It is also from the Saudis the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam recommended to more as what do you love and to read in solitude, Asia, I mentioned many times because every time we come to a surah, I mentioned this is the surah, that the Prophet isn't told what to read. If you remember more ads, used to pray with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam than he used to go and lead his own people in prayer.

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And when he led his own people in prayer, he used to lengthen the Salah, and there was a man

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and if I remember rightly, he was a he had camels,

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if I'm not mistaken,

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if I remember correctly, he had cameras will love Ireland.

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And he was so troubled by the lengthening of the prayer he broke his prayer behind more either pray by himself

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and more I've obviously was upset by it and he, you know, didn't have he rebuked him very strongly for it, because this is the characteristic of the monarch.

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What either como una sala de como kusa Allah when they stand to pray, they're lazy and they know they don't want to pray. When he brought him to the prophet SAW Allah when he was seldom the Prophet so I said, I asked him what made you do this? And he mentioned how long more I've made the prayer. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, I told you to enter kunafa 10 and in scmr Oh, come upon salatu wa salam RA, that do you want to be a troublemaker for the people or why do you want to put the people into trial?

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And he said to him handleless are later beset by his model because Allah was Shamsi although her one lady there yaksha he said, why would you not have led the prayer with Serbia his model because Allah or with a sham? See what are her always well lately? Either yaksha in solid, la Asia. So this kind of length is the length that is recommended for the Isha prayer, there is no harm if the Imam sometimes does more than that. Sometimes there's less than that. But generally speaking, you want to be keeping the issue to around that length. So if you look at Serbia, homological Allah, it is just a little bit more than a page of the most half. And if you look at what Shamsi will do, haha, it's a

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little bit less, maybe two thirds of a page. And if you look at, well lane, probably when you line it up, it's around about a page, give or take. So that's the kind of length in each rocker for Asia that we should be reading in the Asia prep. And any whichever of the the soldiers of the Quran that are that sort of length.

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It's also narrated from the Hadees of a normal mushiya robiola horn Houma the Messenger of Allah so I sell him Cora affiliate reading bissap business model because Allah will attack Heidi's rahasya

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what in Werth aka yo Mel Giamatti Cora who merged me I

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said that he would lead the IED prayer with Serbia his model because Allah and hello attacker, howdy Slovakia. And if it happened that that was on the day of jamara then he would read it in both the Juma and the prayer. And it's also narrated that he would read it in can a Accra or Philippi Dini anyway, yo mill Juma beset by his model because Allah will attack Heidi Silva Shia and this is the

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wording of Muslim in his

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waterbom HTML for Yeoman. We're heading for Cora Homer.

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And perhaps they would come a day where Eden Juma was on the same day and he would read both he would read both. So this is from the sources the prophet SAW needs to read an ad Do you remember the other famous sorta he used to read in eight?

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Cough very good cough well, Quran magic

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is to read an aid.

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And definitely the Imam has to look at the situation of the people praying behind him.

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Sometimes you see on aid, their problem is the place is so full there is not room to move. So it's better he should read with Serbia, homological, Allah and Okasha to make it easy for the people. If he sees that sometimes he's able to lengthen it, there is a bit more time as more space or printing the park and then we'll select he wants to read sort of cough. And this is also from that

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from the sun. And remember, Ahmed narrated from obey even OCAD I'm from Abdullah Abdullah Herman

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Even he observed why Asia an Irish out of the Allahu Allahu anhu. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to read in the witr prayer sub base model because Allah and kuliah you will care for your own and cool who Allahu Ahad and Ayesha added one more with attain and alfalah cunningness.

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So the most common the Prophet sighs Mr. Regan Witter. He said that his model because Allah in the first of the three, and Al khair furon in the second of the three, and call who Allah who I had in the third of the three, that's if you pray as three

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or as two followed by one top and if you pray the wizard as three you should not sit for the second tashahhud you should just stand constantly, there is no middle to share what if you pray as three, you pray one Raka, then another than another without any Tisha hood, and then you sit only at the end, because of the Hadees prohibiting making Witter like Margaret. So you don't pray with her in the form of Salatin model. But if you pray to, and then you give Salaam and you stand, same as said, submit his model because Allah and Catherine and kulula Hi, this is asuna from the stab, but it's not, it's not obligatory for a person.

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To do so. As for the names the sola is most commonly known in the narrations, by the beginning, the first part of the hour, the first is a bit smaller because Allah that it is Sora said base model because Allah is also called surah said,

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as a, in a shortened form, and in some of the books of Tafseer. We as we know, it's called sort of Allah, sort of to Allah.

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And we know the names of the soldiers are not generally speaking, not all of them anyway, they are not all of them narrated from the Prophet sallallahu it was in the Prophet sallallahu It was a certain sort of sort of Bukhara, Allium Ron, some Allah class

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but even then there are different names saltley class what do we say another name the Prophet size in himself called it Allah. Allah had

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a summit

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he said Allah hua hai to summit called there like that and other names. So there are many many you know, there are many

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different names for the different sides of the coin.

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The solar begins with the command set bit

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and just to tie things in for people who maybe are just starting out with the Arabic language said there is obviously a command to make test be to say Suppan Allah. So said Bhisma Arabic basically means to say Subhana Arabi that in a literal sense,

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and of course, that Allah if we bring it together means to say Suppan or be Allah, Allah. And he said, Make test via step by

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step by his mail Robic with the name of your Lord in the name of your Lord.

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Allah the Most High.

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So let's

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take this or break this down. And let's ask ourselves, first of all, the meaning of setback or the meaning of

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the meaning of Suppan Allah. So this is what we call, Kelly metal 10 z.

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It's about declaring Allah azzawajal, to be perfect and free of imperfections. That's what the essence of the word Subhana Allah means. It means how perfect and free of imperfections you are.

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And that's why when we say 10 xe means that you are declaring Allah to be free of all of the imperfect things that are said about him. And all of the wrong things that are said about a lot. You are declaring your opposition to that, and you are pronouncing that a law is free of anything and everything, which is imperfect, and anything and everything, which is wrongfully said about him, or wrongly said about him.

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And that's why

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You find this term used when the disbelievers say evil things about Allah. Were Carlota hot Allahu Allah Subhana they say that a lot took a son Subhana Allah,

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I free is Allah from what they see about him? Because Allah azza wa jal is perfect. And we understood that, from the statement of Eliza, we generally lay a smile on her SNA federal who will be her, whether it'll let you know, you'll hit on FEMA, in sort, an hour off, not mistaken, that Allah has an asthma listener. And this word has now that's what it means, that peak and the pinnacle of beauty and perfection,

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that there is nothing more beautiful than these names and there is nothing more perfect than these names, and there is no deficiency in them at all. There is no knucks there is nothing which is flawed, there is nothing which is wrong, there is nothing which is deficient or imperfect. Everything about Allah subhanaw taala in his asthma and his sifat are perfect, without any flaws, without any deficiency, without any comparison to his creation, and so on.

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So this word is a word where you proclaim disbelief. When you say Subhana Allah, you proclaim disbelief, and that that entails that you are

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negating about Allah, everything that a lie negated about himself. And everything the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam negated about him from the things that people said about Allah without knowledge. They said that a lot took a son Subhana Allah. They said the angels are the daughters of Allah Subhana Allah.

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People say that Allah oppresses Why has a lot done this to me so Han Allah.

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They said things about Allah when they compared him to his creation, like the Jews that said that Hosea is the son of Allah and so on Subhana Allah, all these things that are said, about Allah in falsehood. When you say Subhan Allah, you are affirming that our life is free of all of those things. And that everything about Allah is the pinnacle of perfection and beauty. And every one of our lives names and attributes can only be understood in the context of perfect beauty and perfection in every single way. That's what a lot of names and attributes are.

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And that's the meaning of Suppan Allah

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and that's why it's also sometimes appropriate to mention this word.

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When you reflect upon the mistakes of the creation of a lie their flaws.

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You know, someone does something wrong, or something bad. And you can see about it so panela that how perfect is Allah and look at how imperfect we are, how we have flaws and errors and mistakes and we slip up and we do things wrong. And we sometimes fall short, many times for short,

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but Allah jello fiorella is absolutely perfect in every way. So we said said a lot is commanding you to pronounce this, to declare this and this is from the car, which are

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both general and specific. Meaning it has it's from the general car that are permitted to see at any time. So panela so panelo before behind this panel it

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is from the words that are

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easy on the tongue and heavy on the scales and beloved to the Most Merciful like the last hardyston Sohail Buhari.

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this is from the car which are general but it also has times where it's from the car which are specific to particular times, like seeing what you say in your record, Subhan Allah be Allah Allah

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Subhana Allah bl alim and what you see in your sujood Subhan Allah be Allah Allah.

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And the form here in the beginning of the surah is in the form of sapan Rabi Allah Allah. So the ayah

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The idea here

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it tells you

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to see Suppan or B,

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Allah Allah.

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There is a hadith from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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that indicates that this is to be said in the it has to be said in the suit. Because there is a in which sort of did it comforts a bit Miss mirabell Ali

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in haka the end

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for inner hula happily again, for said Bismillah Robic, Alvin

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and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us to make it in a naked in your rocor. Put make this thing the same here is for your core and set behest model because either this thing here is for your sujood that specific wording is for your sujood Subhana robi, Allah Allah. As for the word rodby, we've already spoken about the word rub in the Tafseer of salty, fatty, so we won't repeat too much about it, except to say that a rub in the language of the Arabs it has a meaning, which is Sayed Malika matar. Like some of them, they said

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the commander,

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the one who controls everything, the Sovereign, the one who is obeyed. They said that this is the meaning of the word, Rob, linguistically, and usually, that's what when the Arabs used the word Rob, that's what they meant.

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And the role will be of Allah subhanaw taala allows lordship that revolves around all of the actions of Allah subhanaw taala, everything that allowed us that's why if you define our heat or Ruby, what does it mean to declare a lot to be one in his lordship, it is to be did to declare a loved one in his actions, in the actions that he does, creation, control, provision, sustenance, giving life and causing death, sending down the rain,

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owning whatever is in the heavens and the earth,

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giving reward

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all of that is from the things that

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are only for a loss of kind of talent.

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And from the meaning of the word Rob is a more or be the one who nurtures and Eliza gel nurtures in two ways he nurtures in a general way and he nurtures in a specific way the general way he nurtures everything, the believer the disbeliever the animals, the plants, everything is under his tarbiyah tarbiyah to arm the general nurturing that he gives to all of his creation, giving them what they need the basics they need to be able to live to be able to thrive to be able to know what is

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right for them and what is not.

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And then there is a tarbiyah Casa which aligns with gel gives to the people of Eman which is that a lot nurtures your Eman And that Allah subhanaw taala takes care of you and protects your Eman for you and causes you your Eman to grow until you die upon that a man by his permission

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and by His grace and His mercy subhanaw taala.

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And this remember Saudi Rahim Allah to Allah He mentioned this is one of the reasons why the prophets called upon Allah Most frequently with the name Rob

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in most of the job, the profits majority of the time you see Robbie,

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the dry starts rugby

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or a banner. Our Lord, my Lord, to give you to remind you of this, the allies, the one who gave you the special gift of a man and for the profits, the special gift but even more special gift of prophethood that I gave to them and he nurtured them upon it and he protected it for them and he protected them so they could deliver it in the way that he commanded. So this is from the tarbiyah which is therapy at one casa. A particular special kind of nurturing that ally gives to his believing sleeps. As for the name of Eliza gel, Allah

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Hello suniti well Gemma idea firm for it three meanings, three meanings for the name of Eliza gel Allah

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and that is early with that and Allah will Potter and as they say.

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So there are three things The first is that Allah Himself his high above his creation.

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And we mentioned that some of the lemma they mentioned 2000 evidences from the Quran and the Sunnah, that a larger Allah fewer Allah is higher above his creation, he is described with Allah Lu willful PA, that he is above and that he has high, some of the mentioned 1000 evidences. And in reality, there are so many evidences It is, it is impossible to hold any opinion Other than that, that Alize though a gel is high above his creation, Allah subhanaw taala is above the heavens, and he is described with royal highness and Al folkier. Being above.

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As for being described with the direction of creation, then no we don't describe allow with dislike north, east, south and west. Because these directions these are jihad, Maha Luca Korea created directions, like in the north or the East or the south or the West. But we describe a lot with Alberto and we describe him with elfo. Pa to Allah is folk, Allah is above.

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And that's why when the servant girl, she came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and she had been beaten by her master and he was repentant. And she said, she came before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to judge what to do, because he was he was sorry that he had hit her.

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And he brought her to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Prophet slicin said, aina Allah, where is Allah? She said, he is in the heavens above the heavens. And he said, Who am I? She said, You are the Messenger of Allah. And he said Eritrea in Mena, free her for she is a believer.

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And Allah subhanaw taala, in many, many ayat mentioned that he is above the heavens mentioned that he, he is idle killing pipe that the good word reaches him, a loss hunter said in zelner, who feel a little cutter, we sent it down in Laila to cutter. Analyze, we just said, I mean to Memphis semma on the ayat in this are in the hundreds and hundreds were alive. So Joel mentions that he is above. So this is early with that. But that's not the only thing that the name of Allah means. That's one of the things that the name of Allah means. The name of allah also means renewal cuttle, that our last panel to Allah, no one is higher in status than Allah. No one is greater than Allah in status, no

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one is, has a higher position than Allah subhanaw taala.

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And the third, meaning that as soon as a firm for the name of Allah is Allah will call that Allah is subjugating his slaves, that he is in control of them high above them, and they are below him, they are under his control, and none of them escaped the control of Allah for the blink of an eye. And none of them have a will that can override the will of Allah Subhana Allah. And Allah subhanaw taala is alcohol, the one and the subjugated, the one that everything is within his control and his command and nothing goes outside of it. And all three of these meanings come inside the name of Allah, and assume that for all of them, they don't affirm one of them and leave the others like some

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of the groups did.

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They left some and affirmed some data from all of them. They say that Allah is high in status, and high in his power and control over his creation. And he is high above the heavens subhanho wa Taala

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in a way that fits his majesty, and doesn't resemble that of his creation.

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Set by his model because Allah This is one of the proofs for the that Allah is described with a blue Highness is this ayah here's a base model because Allah

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the Most High and nothing is higher than Allah subhana wa Tada.

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Sometimes a loss of data

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mentions because we mentioned that the the TSP, it comes with the meaning of actin z, declaring a lot to be free of imperfections but some

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times it comes also with the other.

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The the, what's the word, not the opposite. The

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I can't think of the word in English, the compatible meaning like a meaning that goes with it. If Allah is free of all imperfections, that means that Allah is the most perfect. So sometimes Subhana Allah comes with the meaning of allies the most perfect. And sometimes it comes with the meaning that Allah has no imperfections and the two are two sides of the same of the same coin, right? They're the same meaning. But while we often think about subpanel lies only coming to mean that lies free of imperfections like what Carlota ha Allahu Allah Subhana they say that a lot took a son. So Hannah law, it also in this surah it shows that it doesn't come in the negative context it comes in

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set by his model because

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it comes in perfection, affirming perfection. And here,

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ism here doesn't mean one of the names of Allah. And Allah knows best here the the Arabic grammar of the word ism here indicates that is it's like a some jeans, it's like or it has the meaning. It has the meaning of a sentence. That's why it has the meaning of that the meaning is like jeans, like all the names of Allah. So you, it shows you the perfection of all of the names of Allah, and that none of the names of Allah has any perfection in it at all in them at all. And none of the attributes of Allah have any imperfection in them

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at all.

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And this is from what Allah has.

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This is what Allah subhana wa tada

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has taught us to praise him with.

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This is what Allah has taught us to praise him with.

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in reality, we wouldn't know how to praise Allah. unless Allah subhanaw taala taught us and we know that from the two hour that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to make louer see Santa and Alec and Tacoma if needed neater, and NF sick. We cannot perfect

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praise of you. We can't praise you. We can't bring the praise of you put in the perfect way that it should be. But we can only praise you as you have praised yourself the way you praise yourself. That is how

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that is how

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we praise a lot. So

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there are some points that are mentioned here.

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Which I might go into next lesson rather than this lesson.

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The issue of what's the difference

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the use of the bat for said

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Bismillah Bickle.

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Halim, what's the difference of the sub base mirror because of him in social worker,

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and said,

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his smile because Allah without the bat,

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issue is whether it becomes a little bit difficult to follow without knowing the Arabic language. But we'll come maybe come into that a little bit more next lesson, because there's a lot of things to talk about this first ayah

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there's also the issue of whether you say

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sipan, or bl Allah

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inside of the salon outside of the salon when you hear this surah is it? Is it the case that you should when you hear the song, or you should say sapan or bl Allah and when you hear this ayah that's also something that we need to talk about, but that's also something that we might have to delay because that's also quite a big

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topic, in terms of the durations on that on that issue.

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Go on to the next I just to give it some context.

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And then we stopped because we don't want to take too long today but we'll just go to the next ayah to give it a little bit of so we can just put it into context and we'll come back next lesson and we'll cover some of the extra issues in inside of Sabir his model we can add and let the Holocaust for so we're even okay theory, Rahim Allah Allah He said a holla call Holly

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was so we're called lemahieu looping fiasco and in that

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he said the allies are gel created creation and he fashioned

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every created thing into the best of forms.

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I'm going to see the different ways that this is translated not that I'm not great, you know that you already know by now that I'm not a great fan of the English translations, they exist. They're

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what's the word

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in need of some improvement. But for so word, they said here proportioned.

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They said, proportioned, that was the the translation that they used.

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Some of them said, a holocaust in CERN, Mousavian.

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A large region created mankind, any width, proportion, each part of man in proportion. You know the the shape, the form that Allah has given you is in

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proper proportion, each thing is in its right correct size in its correct place, in its correct shape, for

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any what a how Allah Subhana Allah has

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created you.

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And Allah subhanaw taala created each thing from creation, Allah created that thing in the form that suits it, that it's to suit its needs, and it's the reason for which it was created.

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And that also

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that also leads you to an interesting, just a side note about the severity of the sin of changing the creation of Allah.

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The severity of changing what Allah has created, you know that the punishments for different things that relate to changing what Allah has created, meaning a person isn't satisfied with what Allah Subhana Allah has given them. So things like cosmetic surgery and

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things like that,

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that come under

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changing the creation of a lot as the shape on promised as a large Joe told us in the Quran, the shape shape on promised that he would encourage us to change the creation of a large region. So the first thing to understanding this is to understand that this is how our allies region has given you the creation, the form that suits you.

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Allah subhanaw taala has chosen that for you. He created you and he gave you the proportion and form that you is best suited to you. And that doesn't mean you can't create correct a deficiency. Like for example, someone has a broken tooth, and they want to get that tooth rebuilt. or someone's teeth change color, they want to bring it back to the original color, or somebody loses a limb and they want to have that restored or someone has their face burned in a fire and they want to have it restored with surgery. Because this is going back to how Allah created you. It's not changing what Allah created. It's bringing back to how Eliza gel created you and it comes into the topic of

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medicine. It doesn't come into the topic of changing the creation of Allah. But mostly changing the creation of a lot comes under cosmetic things beauty treatments and cosmetic things where the goal is to change what Allah subhanaw taala gave you and there are specific a hadith on this within the Sunnah. And this ayah reminds you It reminds you

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that Allah subhanaw taala is the one who gave you your form and created you like He created you

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is some discussion

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about the difference between holla ca for so we're

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the font here indicating that after Allah created, then created and then as usually fat comes with the meaning of terror keep any follows immediately afterwards.

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So they say that creation is a general word.

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The word creation generally the word Hulk is very general. And the word Hulk actually covers

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all of the stages of creation when it's on its own. When it comes on its own, it covers all of the stages of creation.

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But when

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it is mentioned along with other names or other actions, then each one of them is separate. So for example, I will Holly, Albury, l musawah,

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alcoholic, Albury and musawah each of these three names effectively means creation.

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But each refers to a different element of creation.

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Because in a very, in a very rudimentary, simple way, you could say alcoholic, and Albury is alcoholic, no musawah is also alcoholic, in a very simple way, in a very simple way. But actually now alcoholic doesn't refer to the gen now refer each one refers to a different stage of creation.

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That last panel to Allah

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willed it

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or you can see

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it's difficult to find the right word, the word who the word I'm looking for is a word like design, but the word of Allah subhanaw taala willed it like that, Allah willed it

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and then Allah brought it into being from nothing. This is Albury, the one who brings into existence from nothing. And then also we're who fashioned the and shaped it into the form that it now has the the Sora that it has the shape and the form that it has. So here you see that the word Hulk when it comes on its own

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covers everything alcoholic, the one who will be the one who brought it from nothing and the one who gave it its form. All of it means alcoholic.

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But when it's mentioned with details, like the Hulk is mentioned in phases or stages, so each one of it has a different meaning. So he also Hulk is mentioned along with a test via

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Hulk and test we are mentioned together a lady halakhah for so work, the two I mentioned together so here they have

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to two

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meanings although the word Hulk here

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is more is is again to will it and to bring it from nothing.

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And so we're to proportion it and to fashion and a Lost Planet Allah knows best.

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Well, Lydia cada Rafa hada

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The one who caught Dara, he decreed for Haida and he guided.

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So the word cadabra. Here

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there are

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There are two ways we can look at it and both of them are correct.

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There are two ways that we can look at it. And both of them are correct. One of them is that cod dava here refers to alcator the decree of Allah and that's why Mujahid Rahim Allah to Allah.

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He said

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he said when he was asked about this, he said huddle in San Lucia was sad.

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He said the Allies or gel guided mankind either to wretchedness or happiness either either from the people of the fire or either from the people of Jenna.

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And some of them said adara Padawan we're huddle Hala LA. So they took the word cutter here as being the color of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Being the cutter, the decree of Allah subhanaw taala.

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The word originally means to measure

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To determine something, to determine something and to give it its proper measure. And that's why sometimes it's translated as who measured.

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Then guided.

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The guidance again here is of two types. There is a general guidance and there is a specific guidance. general guidance is given to all of our laws creation.

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So all of our laws creation, Allah subhanaw taala measured everything for them.

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And Allah decreed everything for them.

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A lot decreed for them their lifespan, Allah decreed for them what the end result of their life will be a lot decreed everything about them, and nothing they do goes outside of a cutter of Allah subhanaw taala.

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But the he died of a lies of two types.

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There is a hedaya ama and a hidayah, which is Casa the hidayah. Ama is the general guidance to be able to live without a lot of guidance you can't live like how does your heart know how to beat? How do your lungs know how to breathe? How do you know what food is poisonous for you? Or not? How do you know? to how does the baby know to drink from its mother's milk? For example?

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How does a person know when they are hungry or thirsty? And how does a person know when they've eaten too much or not? How does the person know how to get there to get an income, how to learn how to how to live. And I'm not talking about the time of you know, education or otherwise I'm talking about the instincts, human instincts to be able to survive survival instinct, all of this is from the hidayah of Allah. But it's from the hidayah um, the general guidance that Allah gives to everybody, men character, whether human being or animal, the animals look at their instincts. It's amazing when you see how Allah has guided them

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naturally able to, you know, they know what to eat, what not to eat, they know how to survive, to run away from they know how to live a lot guides them like that. And then there is a hidayah house which is the Hidayat of an E man with tofi that Allah gives you a man and a luxury to success to be able to follow it. And this Hidayat Allah subhanaw taala only gives it to a few of his believing servants. Because if you look at generally the the world you see the majority of people have not been given this he died

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and there is a hidayah which is a Hoss

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which is more specific, which is a hidayah to the

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Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and to follow in the way of the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu and to knowing you know, among all that, so, there is a hedaya within Hidayat. So to start with we said he died a casa the unique he dies, he dies of a man and Sophia. But in this people are not equal. Allah doesn't just give you has you all had a man equally like that, rather allies or gel gives more to some than others

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and gives

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more success to some than others.

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And so there is a dire which is

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even more specific than that. And that is that among all of the Muslims, Allah guides you to the book of align to the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the understanding of the Sahaba of the Allahu anhu and also followed them in good and this is he Daya on top of he died when no one Allah nor light upon light that Allah subhanaw taala guides you to that and they are even smaller than now you're talking about the smallest number among the smallest number. How many of the Muslims in the world today compared to the whole world population? Then how many of those Muslims are actually even practicing Islam or then how many of them are practicing Islam, according to the

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keytab and the Sonoma County la center for hygiene oma, what the early generations were upon

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a colourful, smallest number.

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That's the grace of allies origin so if Allah gave you the trophy to be from that you don't let it go, you hold on to it. outdo it have been no magic you hold on to it with your Mala. Tt don't let go. That Allah gave you the tofield to understand that and to be able to follow it. Because that's a big gift from Allah, that Allah gave you this hedaya which is he diaton casa, this specific unique guide

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As for the color of Allah azza wa jal and we'll just mention a little bit about this before we stop, because it's important people understand the topic of color properly. Remember when opium Rahim Allah to Allah He mentioned the powder, he said it is the home

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lassa Hara, it's a sea without any show.

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Whoever sails upon the eddy the ship of the Sun has been saved. And anyone who goes away from the Sun net in this is going to drown. Because it's a sea that doesn't have a shore, you're gonna drown and it has to be law, Mahalla, you're gonna drown in unless you are upon the sun.

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So broadly speaking, how do we understand color, the color of a light soil,

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we have to understand four things in a basic way, for very simple things. The first thing we understand that a lot is Oh, Joe knows everything. He knows what has happened, and he knows what will happen. He knows the possible and he knows the impossible. He knows the present, the past and the future.

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And everything every possible permutation and every impossible permutation or loss of panatela knows.

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The second thing is that Allah subhanaw taala commanded the pen to write the pen said, What shall I write and I lost it, write everything that will happen until you're clear. And that's not difficult for a lot.

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That's not what my dedicada like. That's not hard for a lot.

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Because if Allah knows everything that happened and everything that will happen, then it's not hard for a loss of Allah to Allah to command the pen to write that there is nothing which is difficult for a lot.

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A lot is Able to do all things Allah Cooley, Shay and Katia.

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The third thing is that nothing happens in this universe,

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except with the will of Allah subhanaw taala, that Eliza gel will wills you have free will, but your will is under the will of Allah Leeman Shall I mean, as Taki wa Masha Allah Allah Aisha Allah or Buddha Allah. So maybe today I give you a simple example. Today, I will show it to you I will to recite one Jews of the Quran.

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But a lot didn't will for it to happen.

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I forgot I became busy, I got distracted.

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I will get but Allah didn't win it.

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Because my choice is my choice. I'll be rewarded for my intention or choice what I made if ally accepts it from me, I be rewarded for that. But ultimately, whether it happens or not, that's the will of allies.

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And there is some beautiful poetry of the moment share fairy or Himalaya to Allah. He said,

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My ship to Canada, we're in Russia,

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were shipped to Russia. lemmya Kuhn. Hi, Dr. Larry Berta, lm, alimta, were filler in me yejide alfetta. Well masino Allah them and then tell her the results aren't what lm touring from in home shocky young woman whom sorry, don't woman who copy one woman whom hasn't.

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He said that whatever you will, is going to happen, even if I don't win it.

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And whatever I will, if you don't, will it, it won't happen.

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You created your servants based upon what you know. And what you know, is good for them what you know will happen to them.

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And in your knowledge,

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travel the young and the old game, neither the young or the old, go outside of your knowledge. This one you blessed.

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And this one, you took away the blessings from you disgraced.

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And this one you helped, and that one you didn't. Among them are those who are wretched from the people of the fire. And among them are those who are happy from the people of gender. And among among them are those who are ugly and those who are beautiful.

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So this summit summarizes this concept that allows will goes up of everything, but you have a will, if you don't have a will, how is he gonna punish somebody? If it's not your choice, right? You can get punished. But ultimately, you can't achieve something unless Allah wills it.

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You can wish all you want.

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But until a law gives you the ability to do that, okay? You won't be able to do it.

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But that leads us to a question. We'll come back to the question in a minute, we'll cover the fourth thing that we need to know the fourth thing everything in this universe.

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Whether objects or actions, from the creation of Allah subhana wa Tada. We should highlight that the Quran is the speech of Allah and it is not created color mala hierro MK look, but the the things in the universe, everything, whether objects or actions from the creation of a large soldier. Now, someone might ask about the creation of a lot they might say, but how does that work? Especially in the world of science today and the world of you know, how does it work? It's very simple, a lot creates directly and indirectly.

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So let's look at who created you ask anybody a question Who created you, you're going to say Allah created me,

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by you, but you are created by a biological process, you have half of your mother's genes and half of your father's genes and so on, and so forth. And you are part of a known process of a part of your mom and a part of your dad, that's how you are. But those two things don't contradict, because a lot creates directly like Allah created Adam.

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And like Allah created rissa

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la masala to set up

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an a la create, indirectly.

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ie he created Adam, and he created for Adam Hawa. And then from them, Allah azza wa jal guided them how to be able to have children, and alasa panatela decreed for that to happen. So it's still from the creation of Allah, but it's from the indirect creation of a lot rather than the direct creation like Adam, where there was nothing and then Allah subhanaw taala bro Adam,

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from clay and from water, and what has been narrated, okay.

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Back to this issue now of, of,

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of will,

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someone might ask a question, but Okay, I've got a will I've got a choice to do good or to do bad. And a lot is going to punish me for that. But my choices are not going to happen without a loss will. So how is that fair?

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How is that fair? The answer to that, first of all, is what I believe more buka your Lord doesn't oppress anybody. You just have to remember when you're dealing with Qatar, your law doesn't oppress anybody. But the answer to that is that Allah has promised those people who work hard Allah will guide you. If you try your best and you make the right choices a lot, I promise you will Latina joho, phenol, Ana de unknown Solana, the people who strive for us, we're going to guide you to our way. So Allah subhanaw taala has promised to guide the people who are caught. And Allah has promised not to let the rewards of the people who work hard go. Yes, it's true. Not everything that you

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choose will happen.

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But that's from the mercy of Allah, then not everything you choose, because sometimes you choose things that are very bad for you what I said, and to hibou Shay and

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Sharon lacco. And maybe you love something, and it's not good for you. So many times you love, you want something but it's not good for you. So I like gives you something different and something different.

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And sometimes a lot tests you.

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But every time you will be rewarded for your efforts, along with your intentions, and the efforts you make and you make that effort, Allah will not let go.

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A lot doesn't let the reward of the believers disappear and be lost.

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So you make the effort and you work hard. And Allah will give you the tofield to be able to bring these this

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decisions and the choices you make to make them turn out well for you.

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But one of the things this tells us which is really important is it tells us the importance of relying in a law and putting your trust in Allah. Because what law you can't choose guidance for yourself. You can't choose it for you can't say

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I thought about it last night. And I've decided to be from the people agenda.

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That's it. Now will is not in your hands. You can't decide that. Okay, you've decided to be from the people agenda. Now. Start working for it.

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Start working hard for it and ask a lot because if you don't put your trust in Allah, maybe Allah will not give it to you. Allah is not under any obligation to give you Jenna.

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Many people they don't think about this very well. Allah azza wa jal if he punishes all of us, he is not doing anything.

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into people whom for whom a bad Look, if you punish all of them, they are Your servants.

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You're the servant of a life. Allah punishes you. What do you have to say in any case, Allah gave you blessings that are millions of times better than the good deeds you have done.

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And every good deed that you did is a blessing and it deserves sugar. You can never ever, ever thank Allah for what Allah gave you. No way, whatever you do, because even if you thank Allah in the best possible way, you will not have that thanking Allah itself is a blessing that deserves thanks.

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You can't equal what Allah has given you.

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So ultimately, every one of us fall short, every one of us is deserving of punishment. So if Allah guides you this is a grace and that's why I told him in sort of virtual light, what I can allow her have Baba equal one, Eamon was a Yahoo ficolo become what camera ecoman qu flow alpha sukawati ICN una he can Homer Rashi, Dune favela, Mina, la he went, Emma will love it what hacking?

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Allah has made Eman beloved to you. And he's made beautiful to your heart and he's made you hate disbelief and defiance and disobedience and they are the rightly guided as a blessing from a line of fever. And Allah is all knowing and all wise.

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Allah is all knowing of who is best deserving of that fever

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and wise and just when it comes to who he gives that favor to or withholds that favor from

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and so we say that guidance and misguidance are in the hands of Allah Allah guides who he wills

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in Allah hi Eddie Masha, near Mehta Minh who fogra while you will ding looming Yesha, Hekmat 10 min who were idler. This is a car in India and the sooner they have this principle, Allah guides who he wants as a blessing and a grace a favor. He didn't guide you because you deserve it. You're so good. You deserve to be catered not like that. Allah gave you a gift.

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You did nothing. Allah gave you a gift. He gave you that gift. Perhaps from something that he saw from you of sincerity or what you hope to be sincerity towards him, but it is a gift it is mapple father in law is nothing more than a gift. You didn't do any single thing to deserve it. It is just a gift from Allah. But Allah knows Elise Allahu be Allah be shackled. He doesn't allow nor best who will be grateful.

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As for misguidance, Allah misguides people out of wisdom and justice, Justice because you can't make

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the believers like the majority mean.

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You can't make these two the same. You can't say that someone who spent their life as a criminal as an evildoer as someone who disbelieved in Allah and cause harm for the people. You can't treat this person equally to the one who believes in do does good deeds.

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You can't

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You can't make the meaning. And the Muslim mean you can't make them like the majority, like the criminal and evil do. So from the justice of allies, there has to be people who are misguided.

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and if you want to see that justice, then listen to the statement of allies or jello tala is walking for Island nerdy for cod we are later nanorod dwolla no ktvb iottie rabina when akuna Minal Mini, Belle betta Allahumma? Can you find them in Kabul? Well, I would do that to the man who and who are in the hula caddy. But if you could only see when they were put over the fire, and they will beg Allah or largest put us back on this earth. And we will believe and we will be from the believers we will not deny your ayat we're going to believe just put us back onto earth.

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And Allah said rather, it became apparent what was hidden before what they used to hide before we came open. And if we return them back, they would do the same thing again and they otherwise

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cut up. The disbelievers even in hell. When they ask a lot to come out from jahannam. They're not serious. They're not sincere. They just want to come out to do the same thing that used to do before. There is no genuine remorse in the heart. There's no genuine they just want to get out as an excuse to do the same thing again. So they are more than they are deserving from the justice of a loss of habitat from the wisdom of a loss panatela

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and is justice. Okay.

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So, generally speaking, we have

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got an A basic understanding of those issues.

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There are some massages that come up from time to time and there is more to discuss. But I just wanted to cover that from a basic

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kind of concept. And what's the conclusion that when you learn those things, what do you come out with a conclusion? Number one, you come out with the conclusion that you are in desperate need of Allah's help. That's the first thing.

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That's the first thing. If you study the color of Eliza gel, the principles of the cutter and the ayat and ahaadeeth the first thing you realize is I need a lot of help.

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And tool for Karla ulala you people need a lot desperately. You are for Korra you are desperate poor people in the sight of Allah. Allahu Allah funny you will have it and Allah is the one who is free of all need, and Worthy of all praise. Allah doesn't need anybody, but you really need a lot. If you don't have a lot of help, you will not be able to find guidance for yourself.

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The second thing you come out with is I need to work hard because Allah promised to help the people who work hard

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how's that

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back on? Okay, did we miss a lot? No. Okay. There's a quote

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just so I can I just bring this quote because I love it so much. It's not entirely connected but somewhat connected.

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From not mistaken you're allowed to they asked him where did you get all this knowledge wrong?

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How did you get this? You How did you become any man? This huge knowledge Where did you get it from? He said, Be nephew clarity. Matt was Sayuri Philby, that was Sabri. Kasab read him out.

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While we're cool Cabo Korean War up

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or he said in some of the narrations was sub reconsolidate geomet. He said in some of generations,

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he said they said to him, Where did you you know you are the mom of this whole region. You know, everybody you are the Imam of the people. How did you become a big scholar like this? He said be nephew. He meant he said the first thing I did. I stopped relying on myself.

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And I started relying on Allah was saying he will be let and I started to travel. I'm traveling from country to country to country place to play city to city

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was sabreen consolidate him up and I was patient like the donkey is patient. You know the donkey you put all these bags on top and it just one step after another after another or sobre kassapa in gmad like the you casology Mark sorry consolidant Jamal, like the you know the the stakes in the ground. Like if you have a stick in the in the ground like

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a pillar or something like that, or a big stake in the ground that just doesn't move. It's completely

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stuck in the ground like that the wind blows against it. The rain blows against it, the dust will just stay still.

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And he said what we'll call in Kambou Alvarado up and getting up early like the crew gets up early.

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The point is why I mentioned this. Why I mentioned this quote to you is

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because this quote shows you something did he say I got it by you know, sitting down and saying if Allah wants me to be Ireland I'll be Ireland and if Allah wants me to be treated him I'm gonna be toilet ailment. If Allah wanted me to have this, I will have a house

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He got it through two things, to In summary, two things. Number one complete reliance on Allah. And number two, effort, hard work. And that's how you get everything in life, anything you want to get that you really want in life, you get it through two things. Number one nephew, let a teammate, absolutely get rid of every sense of reliance upon yourself and put 100% of your reliance on a lot.

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And number two, you work hard. And that entails

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going out seeking it, looking for it, traveling for a suburb.

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And getting up early. And going out and trying to get what you want. And not is when you see somebody understood Carter properly, when you see that from them, if you see someone study in Qatar, and then they become lazy, they haven't understood it, they have to go back and study again, they've not understood it properly, because they've understood it in the wrong way. Likewise, if you see somebody studying Qatar, and they become

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depressed or despondent, like all there is no point. You know, I may as well just go to Johanna. And that's what Allah made me for. I don't know, this person didn't understand he didn't understand. The one who understood is the one who listens and says, I'm gonna work really hard. And I know that I can't do anything without Allah. That's the one who understood properly. And that's how you know, that's your test if you came out of that studying. And your conclusion is, I need to work really hard and put my full trust in Allah, you understood. If your conclusion is something else you didn't understand, go back and study again.

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So that's important. Just as even though there is I mean, General, but I wanted to just talk about it here, so that people have a proper understanding and people don't you know, when you hear Mujahid say that a lot decreed people to be happy and people to be wretched. Somebody listens to it. And if they don't have understanding, they just say, cos I must be created to be shocky. I've been created to be from the hellfire. That's it I'm finished. I may as well not do it doesn't matter what I do. But that's not the right understanding. So when you hear statements like what Mujahid said,

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and he had

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he guided people

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in Chicago, and people in a sad people to wretchedness and people to happiness, then what that means is that those people who are making the efforts and striving hard and trying their best and being sincere and putting their trust in Allah, Allah guided them to happiness and those people who are being lazy, and using cutter as an excuse, and who are thinking evil thoughts of Allah, then Allah created them for what he created them for.

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So that's what people have to understand. In that topic.

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We now take some questions in sha Allah for five minutes. And remember, this is the last hepsia class now for realistically I don't imagine we will resume until 15th of January inshallah

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I believe so that is approximately

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four weeks right?

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Because of the days I'm not aware that long but the the way the Fridays work, by the time I go and then come back then the next Friday will be the 15th of January inshallah we'll start

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No, you shouldn't have the mind state that you're destined for the fire. Because to be destined for the fire, there is no way out. And if Allah destined you for it, that's it. Yeah, there is no, you're not going anywhere other than the place Allah destined you for. But what you should do is have in mind the potential of it. Not that you shouldn't condemn yourself that I'm sitting here saying, that's it. I am certain Allah has decreed for me the Hellfire No, because that is so oven Billa has already thinking bad of Allah. And Allah said in a Heidi's code to see an angel one, the IDB I'm, as my slave thinks of me.

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I am as

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my slave thinks of

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me. So you shouldn't have negative thoughts like that. But you should always bear in mind that you don't know what your cutter is. You don't know what a lie is decreed for you tomorrow or the next day. So you have to take advantage of everything that you have and keep on working hard and keep on begging Allah because you don't know allies to create for you tomorrow. And that's part of the the fear of a lot that should be in your heart that I don't know. And that's why some of the Imams of Islam when they reach their deathbed, they would cry and they said Why are you crying for and didn't you live a life of you live

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Good Life teaching and people and you did so much good.

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Said I'm crying because I don't know if I'm going here or there

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and that's what you keep in your mind you don't know ultimately where you're going so you that's part of the benefit of part not part of the negative the good things of Qatar is that you keep in your heart that you don't know where you're going so used to work hard and you Begala and you strive hard.

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So that you can be from the people that are lost panatela decreed good for

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and you tried to emulate them.

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The point said, like the poet said,

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forgot the line he said that resemble the English of it is resemble the normal one, even if you can't be like them. Because resembling someone who is noble is indeed itself success.

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If you if you resemble someone like even if you see even if you caught yourself be like aboubaker or Irma, or ceman or earlier or the alarm at least try to emulate at least try to copy something or at least try to copy part because copying someone noble is in itself success. Even if you say look, I How can I be like that? How can I be a person like that? At least try to resemble at least try to emulate you can't be like a prophet. You can't be like like this how they used to be.

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But you can just emulate and copy and that in itself is success.

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That's it. Toshiba who inlanta Konami to the home in netacea. Booyah

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How can we be a student of knowledge in general?

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