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It is melting away and he needs to sell it quickly and make as much sales before the end of the day comes. Otherwise - all his valuables' and efforts will go to waste. You would think this is referring to the disbeliever only, but it is referring to all humans, each and every single human.
Insaan - Nisyaan - forgetfulness. The human might be reminded he's in trouble - but soon he forgets. Diffusion of Responsibility: If you talk generally to people - they assume someone else is to blame. If you talk specifically to one person - they are more in fear because all the blame and responsibility is upon them. When the human hears this ayah - he thinks about himself.
He forgets everybody else, he fears for his own safety. On Judgment Day - every human cares only for himself, except for Allah's Messenger. Those same people you might love and do haraam forbidden things for - they will be running away from you on that Judgment Day.
The Day when the criminal will desire to ransom himself with his children, his wife and brother, and the relatives who sheltered him, and all who is on the Earth altogether - so that it might save him. But no, it is the Flame [hellfire. And your good deeds in this life can only be a source of benefit for you by Allah's Mercy on that Day.
We are in a state of Emergency. The day is ending - we need to gain as much good deeds profit, before our ice melts. Innal insaana la fee khusr.. O Allah, make us like the noble Companions of your Messenger sal Allah alayhi wasalam. A statement can be empowered in arabic eloquence Balagha. This is a noun based sentence in comparison to verb based. Verb based are usually used but if Noun form Jumlah issmiyyah are used - then it has the most emphasis, because Nouns imply permanency.
Inna - no doubt. This is another emphasis. AL insan THE human - this is another emphasis which implies every human being is in loss.. It is used to swear on top of another Oath - to empoweranother Oath. But by saying Khusr - it is a Noun form - which is more permanent and powerful in useage as noun in comparison to it being in verb format.
Like he is drowning in it and is not coming out of it. The Oath is a manifestation of Allah's intense Anger that man is in loss. If he is touched by good, he is reassured by it; but if he is struck by trial, he turns on his face [to the other direction].
He has lost [this] world and the Hereafter. That is what is the manifest loss. Khasira - also implies; suffering, i. Al Insaan - lil Jins - to all human beings - there is no exception - the entire category. A universal statement.
The statement directly targets you. O Allah, make us of the Saliheen righteous , ameen. Because the Saliheen download for the next life instead of for the pleasures of this life.
And then they were profitable and happy on Judgment Day, and whoever was an enemy to their downloading - then he was in loss and deaspair. He exhausts his ages youth, middle age, seniority etc.
Rushing in gathering Allah's reward. Also refer to tafseer surah at-Takathur. Some said; The Insaan in this ayah refers to the Kafir disbeliever , and others said a group of disbelievers; Waleed bin al Mugheerah, 'Aas bin Wa'il, Aswad bin abdul Mu'tallib - those who aggressively opposed Allah's Messenger. So the disbeliever is setting himself up for a violent death by being in this loss. Ibn Taymiyyah as quoted by Muhammad Shafee' in Ma'arif al Qur'an : Humanity is kept from accepting the truth of Islam by 2 obstacles; 1 - Shubuhaat Doubts Either one of these lead people astray.
It is an intellectual problem people feel answers by callers to Islam are not satisfactory. It is a psychological problem people want to follow forbidden desires.
Wa ta waassaww bil Haqq - and they enjoin upon each other the truth. This get's rid of the intellectual problem. Wa ta waassaww bil Sabr - and they enjoin upon each other patience. This encourages people to remain upon the truth even through tempting times. When humans completely immerse themselves in their own problems - they forget that the hardship they have in this life is nothing compared to the ones which will come in the next life.
When you forget the next life - you exaggerate in your worry about the problems of this life. Which puts you in loss, in addition to further loss of not preparing for the next life. Brother Nouman mention's a story in his own life; When once he was Extremely worried: His basement got flooded once, and he was extremely worried.
So he called a Somalian brother to help him. The Somalian brother told him not to worry. He then told his story of how when he was 5yrs old - his village got raided in Somalia and all his family got executed.
He then hid on the back of a donkey at that age and fled to another village. He then met with a Shaykh who taught him, and the boy also travelled across half of Africa. He learnt Engineering, and Electricity - from there he came to America, and now helps the Muslim community.
So brother Nouman remembered that his cellar problem was nothing compared to what this - positive minded brother - had told him of his lifestory. What are the real problems you should face and avoid? You think long term for the next life and its reality. This is why Allah mentions all the nations of the past by saying wal 'Asr.
You forget to follow and aspire to the guidance. By thinking about how to upbring yourself and your family and society - you will refer to the Qur'an and Prophetic way - since you will realise that is the best guidance.
The Day of Judgment, the Day the believers will see Allah. By saying al 'Asr - we will remember these Days so we will not want to be in loss. Hammeedu al-Deen Farraahi: One of the lessons of this surah is that alot of people see historical sites, which are a sign of destroyed nations.
So when we see the legacies; the Pyramids, the Mountain homes of Thamood, and the great buildings and nations of power who have died - we realise that Allah destroyed them through time. This is a reminder of; Inna al insaana la fee Khusrin - surely man is in loss. Ibraheem Even visiting the ancient sites and ruins is a reminder of; wal 'Asr by the time innal insaana la fee khusr surely man is in loss. Humans have many sufferings, sometimes even more than animals; Physical and also Psychological sufferings.
You feel sad when your extended family members are ill, animals do not have this. Allah is telling us that man is in loss in this life and the next life, unless they have Emaan and encourage good deeds and encourage patience. For these people - Allah has saved them from loss in this life and the next. Remember - linguistically - all this surah is one sentence.
So the majority are not those who believe, do good, enjoin the truth and enjoin on each other patience. The majority are losers, even if we cannot percieve it in this life. Because the greater the hardship - the greater the reward.
Insaan was used in ayah 2; which is singular [yet can also imply plural] - so people think individually about themselves being in loss. If it was plural al Naas - the human would think someone else is in loss [diffusion of responsibility].
Even though singular human insan was mentioned, it implied; every single human - individually - is in loss. In the end - you might think you're on the correct way without guidance because everyone else is doing it, but you alone will be in Loss on Judgment Day - and none will be able to help you.
But when it came to the exception, Allah did not use singular - He used the plural instead. These few people who will follow the truth - they will only survive if they remain connected to the Ummah Islamic united nation.
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