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The Last Days of the Messenger

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The host of a podcast discusses the importance of the Prophet sallama Alayhi's illness and the importance of being a part of the community. The segment also touches on the use of abus, shoulder injuries, and parchments as signs of culture. The importance of protecting people from evil behavior and not giving up children is emphasized. The segment also touches on the loss of parents due to illness and the importance of being a father to avoid consequences.

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah, who Allah Allah, he was a Marine, inshallah, continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam siracha number we had the prophetic biography.

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In the previous session, we started talking about the illness of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. How the Prophet sallallahu Sallam fell ill during the last week of his life, about a week before his departure from this world, the profits a lot of a sudden became very ill. And we talked about throughout that week. What was the condition of the profits a lot, he said, on what were his interactions with the people around him with his family? What were some of the conversations that occurred?

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Excuse me, what were the some of the conversations that occurred during that time, and just, you know, what overall was going on?

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And we talked about some of the more significant parts, of course, everything is significant, but we talked about a couple of things that we particularly highlighted. And one of the key things being, that during that week, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was not well and he physically became ill, the prophets a lot, he said, he was unable, eventually, a couple of days into the illness to be able to physically go and lead the prayer. And during that time, the prophets Allah specifically identified Abubakar as a deep radi Allahu taala, and who the very beloved and trusted Companion of the Prophet peace be upon him. He appointed him to lead the prayer in his absence due to illness.

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And we talked about that quite a bit. What we're going to talk about today is, there were a couple of things that I wanted to mention that are also from that general period, those days leading up to the last couple of days of the life of the prophets a lot he set up. And after mentioned those couple of things, then we'll talk about the Sunday. And of course, Monday is the day the profits will be some passed away, we'll see how far we're able to get. But Sunday there is there are two particular moments on the day of Sunday, the day before he passes away, that needs to be highlighted. But prior to getting to that, prior to discussing that there were a couple of things, a

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couple of more very important significant things that I wanted to mention here. The first one is that there's a very interesting conversation that cabin Malik rhodiola puja new Gabi Malik is a young Medina and a young Ansari Companion of the Prophet peace be upon him who was also a poet. He was a young man of the community of Medina and a very beloved Companion of the prophets, a lot of them. Of course, his name is very familiar to us from a couple of different places. He was one of the people on at the occasion of Allah acaba that basically at the season of Hajj before they hit it off, when the year before the prophets a lot he sent me the higit I'll make the migration there was

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a group a large group that had come from Medina as representatives and that essentially come to make the proposal that they wanted to request the prophets a lot of these Muslims to migrate to their home their city was called Yes sir, but that time Medina thereafter and basically reside there and they wanted to support the mission from there. And gabion Malik was amongst that group, and not only was amongst that group, but he is noted as being one of the one of the key people who stepped up to give the oath of allegiance to the prophets a lot of the time at the area of Mena, where a Masjid is established and is present actually remarkably till today, known as much as they are much

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so his name occurs there. A second place where his name, of course is notable. Many other places participated in many things. But another incident from the life of the prophet to lobby somewhere His name is familiar from his in the Battle of Temple. He was wildfell Atherton Latina, holy foo amongst those three companions who had stayed back without any valid excuse, but they were genuine, sincere believers.

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When the profits or lobbyism returned back from to book, they basically fessed up and they told the profits a lot. So we do not have a legitimate reason for which we stayed back. And therefore we admit that we are at fault. And ultimately there was a time of solitude, a time of quiet reflection and isolation, that they were that that was basically given to them almost as a punishment, and as a retribution, to be able to reflect on what exactly transpired so he was one of those three people. That's what we know his name from nevertheless, moving on to the actual incident Now, during that week, in the middle of the week, while the profits a lot of the sun was very physically ill gabion

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Mallika, the Allahu taala. And who he says that Abdullah bin Masaru excuse me, Abdullah bin bass, radi Allahu talanoa, who is a family member of the prophets a lot a setup and being a family member of the prophets, Allah de sillon. He particularly had a lot of access to the prophets a lot, even during that time when he was bed when he was in bed when he was sick and he could not get out of bed.

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So our bass tells cabin Malik that I live in a Vitaly, who also very close, beloved family member of the prophets a lot. He's a trusted confidant that I even told him he was there visiting the prophets, a lot of them and had been spending some time with him. I live in avatar liberati, Allahu taala, who came out of the home of Ayesha after spending some time with Prophet sallallahu sallam, when he came out. Abdullah Abbas met him. And he asked him that Yeah, well,

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that was the kind of the the the name with which a leader the olana would be addressed as a gesture of respect. Oh, father of Hudson. Yeah, Bill Hudson, he said, gave us bahara slice allottee. So how is the messenger of God this morning for us Baja, behind the Lucha buddy. And he said, Alhamdulillah by the grace and mercy of God, he looks a lot better today.

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For other via de basura dermatology.

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And he says there abus, the uncle of the prophets,

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and also the uncle of Ali.

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He said he took

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Ali by the hand,

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it's a very tender moment, it's very touching moment. A little delicate, Elena was raised by the prophets a lot.

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And there's a sense of, and again, you know, anyone who's been in this particular position can relate to this, someone very beloved to you, is very, very sick and very ill.

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Any, you know, if you're, if you've made the day before, maybe they were not able to talk at all, then you go visit them the next day. And they're able to talk to you a little bit. You're looking for any hope. You're looking for a glimmer of hope.

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And so they're able to talk to you a little bit the next day. What do you say, Oh, he's doing great. You should have seen him. Like the old times. I thought he was gonna jump out of bed. You know, you're looking for any semblance of hope. This person so beloved to you. You can imagine the world without this person.

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abus He's an elder a lot of life experience. He's watched many people pass away. He's lost many people in his lifetime.

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He's wise. He recognizes that he is speaking more from a place of kind of hope and emotion, rather than really assessing with the physical condition of the profits, a lot of humans. So he doesn't just say something to me. He takes me by the hand.

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He took his hand held his hand.

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And then he said to him under well under a lucky bothin Abdullah saw

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until we're lucky Banda Latin Abdullah. So he uses a euphemism. The the ancient Arabs and this is generally a sign of culture and sophistication. All right. And also, it can also be a very important part of being appropriate and being

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well spoken and understanding the situation. So he uses a euphemism and expression. He says you I swear to God, we're lucky you, after three days are going to find a lot more responsibility on your shoulders.

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Abdullah saw the assizes staff and the staff is kind of the sign of a shepherd. Having responsibility that's why the prophets a lot of them would use that analogy, where he said kulu Kumara in each and every single one of you as a shepherd, Bakula camera wakulla sunanda t. And all of you will be asked about will be responsible, accountable for your responsibilities and then

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He goes on to elaborate that a father is responsible over his children, and so on and so forth. So he says, I swear to God,

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he says you, in about three days are going to find a lot more responsibility on your shoulders.

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We're in the we're lucky. Law School Isla de cinema, Sofia, Utah, I

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mean what he had, he says that I swear to God, Ali, from where what I see,

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I see that the prophets, a lot of these images probably going to pass away in this illness. He will not recover from this in Neela alifu, would you have any other notes?

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He says, I have seen many of our family members come and go, the children of others.

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I've seen my brothers die.

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And I've seen their faces and what they look like towards the end of their life.

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And he says that he, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi Salaam, the Messenger of God, he's got that look, that I've seen before on the faces of my brothers when they are near their end.

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So it's a very powerful moment.

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The second thing that I wanted to mention that transpires during this week, that is a very profound moment.

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And admittedly, even though I am not going to get into the full scope of the controversy here, but nevertheless, a lot of times, this particular moment is the subject of some discussion and controversy. It's found in multiple narrations of Sahib, Makati, and even Sahih Muslim,

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narrated by Abdullah bin Arbus, radi Allahu Allahu Allah.

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He says that

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young will homies for my younger homies. He says that Thursday,

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the prophets will audition might become sick on a Monday or Sunday night. And so about more than halfway through that week, once the profits A lot of it was physically no longer capable of going out there and leading the prayer.

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I've done a bit of best reflecting back says that Thursday. That was a Thursday, I'll never forget, meaning that was the toughest week of our lives,

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watching the profits of lobbyists and so ill, he said the Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam he said the Bureau's realize a lot of some of

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the sickness and the pain of the profits a lot of them have become much more severe for tuning up to blacken Kitab and he said bring to me some parchment something to write on so I may dictate something to you, lentil Beluga Hua

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so that you will never lose your way

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you as an oma will never lose your way.

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fertilizer, oh,

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people started kind of arguing and debating

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kind of a conversation started turned into a bit of a discussion turned into a little bit of a debate. What are you believing that to be international or the law says and it is not appropriate to argue in the presence of the messenger ceylonese Hello.

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So finally, when after debating with each other and everybody kind of cross talking with each other while the process is there,

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they further who you do not know. They basically kind of turned their attention back to the profits a lot. He said Oh, and the profits a lot of them said downy,

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leave me.

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Let me rest leave me go for living and if he hated me matter only, he said, the condition that I'm in what I'm having to is better than what you are trying to pull me into these discussions and debates is not something I have time for, or tolerance of another narration there's a little bit more you know, kind of some more details are added or variable to kind of understand the situation a little bit more. It's also from the narration of body and also an integration was also narrated by delivering our best he says the Maldonado slicer lobby cinema will fill at the jail on the profits while the son was sick. He was ill. There were some of his family members and other men, some people

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some Sahaba were gathered together in his home sitting around him

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and the profits allottee some kind of woke up

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you have kind of a lucid moment while he was so sick and in and out of sleep and fever and things like that. So it kind of woke

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up to blockage and not

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allow me to dictate something to use so that you do not you're not misguided or lost afterward after that.

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For some said, internationalized developer who would you

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winder Kunal Corrado has Nikita Bula. They said the profits are not so much payment. He's fading in and out of consciousness. He can barely muster the strength to speak. We have the Quran he delivered to us upper arm.

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The Quran is sufficient

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photography photographer and waiting.

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So then all of a sudden, some discussion and debate started occurring. For me new manga, caribou, kita, Veneto Delgado, some study to say no, no, go get something and ask him. Press him to tell us and we will write it down. Women who may Apollo radar like some others were saying, leave him Where are you causing all this commotion and upsetting him disturbing him?

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for them access to law when he left?

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Then when a lot of cross talk, and kind of like, you know, kind of some debate started occurring choleraesuis allottee some of

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the profits a lot essentially please go stand up leave.

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And if you're a person of the Allahu taala Anima he says in Azeri in in numbers, Xia Kula Raja, Maha Lavina Rasulullah somebody somewhere in YouTube, la, la,

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la, la la la,

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la la, la la la, la, he would say later on that I have no doubt about the fact that the thing that came between the prophets, a lot of them and him giving some parting advice was the fact that they started debating and discussing and cross talking and not doing, you know, what was appropriate in the presence of the messengers, a lot of him that came in between that. And we definitely see that in other places as well. In the Sierra in the life into some of the prophets a lot a setup, where again, one of the most prominent examples of that is of course, Leonard.

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Then authentic narration, we find that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was coming out to inform the companions and the believers about when the night of power Laila to other exactly precisely is. And when he came out, there was some argument that was occurring amongst the Muslims, and the prophets love him when he came to them. He said, I came out here to tell you about when exactly denied of power and a little odd that is, however, because of the argument

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that y'all were engaged in, because of that, Allah subhanaw taala remove that knowledge from me. And now I cannot inform you. And from that point on forward, of course, the prophets a lot even told us, it is during the last 10 nights of the month of Ramadan. But we do find and of course, ultimately, what we know the way we we understand that and reconcile that is that was ultimately define of Allah, the plan of Allah there was that we would not know, the exact nights of Laila to the plant of a light here was that the profits a lot, so would not further add anything to what he had already given us from the Quran and the Sunnah. But the process through which we arrive at that particular

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end, there's wisdom and a lesson within that.

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It was more so that whole scenario occurs to teach us a lesson, it did not change the end result, it is to teach us a lesson. And the lesson that we learned is, we have to be very mindful that a lot of times our own, you know, kind of enthusiasm. Sometimes it comes from a good place, our enthusiasm, our energy, our curiosity, right, our opinions, so on and so forth, get the best of us, and sometimes cause us to engage in the behavior that is not exactly ideal. And so it's a little bit of a warning about that, that while all these things curiosity, and having the having thoughts, and opinions and ideas,

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and being enthusiastic, all these are good things. But they are all good in moderation. And there's a time and a place for everything. You have to be very careful and mindful of that. We're locked out on Amazon.

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So what this brings us to now

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is a conversation about the day of Sunday.

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Now, the reason why I particularly fixate on the day of Sunday is as we talked about the profits Alliance and fell ill on that Monday, for the first couple of days, Monday, Tuesday, the profits, a lot of a sudden we're still had enough energy, he was definitely sick. It was hard for him, but he had enough energy where he was able to sit up a couple of companions, people of his household, I live in Utah, they have a bus. These people would basically come they would lift him up, he would put his arms around their shoulders. They would help him go for the prayer.

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He would lead the prayer and he would even sat and lead the prayer when necessary.

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But then after a couple of days of that condition,

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eventually the prophets a lot of time was no longer physically even able to sit up and go out there even with assistance and help. So then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam commanded Abu Bakar, acidic, radi Allahu taala, and who to lead the believers in prayer. And that now carried on for the next few days. Right, we can assume kind of the next few days of like Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. And that brings us to the day of Sunday.

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On the day of Sunday.

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The narrations mentioned the history books, ahaadeeth books, the zero books, they all mentioned that, on that Sunday, some of the narrations actually identified that it was the the horror prayer.

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So I mentioned that it was a lower barrier with luck with Thailand and dishonorable loneliness. But nevertheless, it was the day of Sunday, and the profits allowed him a little while before the time of the prayer. He asked, he Chateau de Allahu taala. And

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I want you to go get

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one of the other mothers of the believers, another wife of the processor, who is the daughter of

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half sobbing Jehovah,

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God Allahu taala. He said, Go get half sob because you're going to require some help some assistance.

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She says, I went and I got hands have started the Allahu talana. After we were both there, the prophets a lot he told us, He instructed us to go and fill, several paid off several cleanup, cleanup. The plural of clean Rob basically refers to a water skin. So what they would have is that they would have this thing made out of like tanned hide. And it would be like a sack of water sack of water skin. They refer to it. And it's used for storing and carrying water. So it's kind of like what we would call a bucket. All right, the closest analogy I can give us that it's like a bucket. So he told them go get seven buckets of water.

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And then he said that come back. And when they came with the seven buckets, he said pour those seven buckets of water on me.

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So he said we proceeded to pour the seven buckets of water on him.

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And after we poured that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was able to sit up.

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And he hadn't been able to do that for a couple of days now. So it was almost like he got a second wind.

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So he sat up. We then helped him you know, change into some

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clouds, dry clean clouds. And then the profits a lot of them said that send for someone to come and help me to the motion.

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During this time, because the last few days of work. Toronto had been leading to prayer, the profits, a lot of humans not able to come out and join them for the prayer. The prayer had started during this time they went in they got a couple of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam they came, they again kind of lifted off the prophets a lot. Even with their assistance, they took them to the machine.

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The prayer had started by now and Abubakar, radi Allahu taala. And who was leading the prayer. Now, as I explained before, and if you visit the machines for profits a lot, today, there's something you're able to see that if the profits a lot of a sudden was leading the prayer from here, the door to the apartment to the home of the Allahu taala was directly adjacent, it was like right to decide for where he would lead the prayer.

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So there was a curtain hanging there.

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When they brought the profits, a lot of these knocked into the masjid, and the curtain moved.

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It was noticeable that there's some movement on that side. And as you can imagine, everyone's heart has just been kind of like attached to that spot right there. Right? The profits a lot. So how's he doing? Is he gonna come join us again?

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So as soon as he's awesome movement on that side, you know, everyone's praying but you kind of sense there's a movement there. And naturally you understand that the only movement from there can be the profits

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of a worker the language and they started bringing the profits a lot of them to wherever worker was leaving the prayer from a worker at a local Toronto leading to prayer realizing that they're coming, he started to step backwards. He started to move backwards, of course vacating them. Suddenly

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Place of the prophets alongside

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the prophets, a lot of a sudden gestured with his hand and stuck his arm out and gestured in a way so that everybody could see kind of from the side of his eye mechanic.

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You just stay stay your place, meaning you keep leaving them.

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And then the profits, allow them as the companions to come and sit him next to wherever, whatever the landmark was. And then the profits operate as well. And they completed the prayer.

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Now, there's a little bit of a detailed discussion amongst the scholars, particularly from a point of view of

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who was kind of leading the prayer. But love putana Love knows best. It's a unique circumstance. But what many scholars have interpreted and that would be very humbly, my understanding of it. And that is the profits, a lot of them telling abubaker to stay in this place. Seems to allude to the idea that he told them about a year still leading them in prayer and the process and came and prayed next to him joining into their prayer. But luckily, Allah Allah, Allah knows.

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Ultimately, the prayer was done.

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After the prayer was done, the prophets a lot of them asked for their help. To see Tim on the member, the pulpit from where he would give the hookah.

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He asked them to see him there. The prophets a lot, he said, was seated there, on the pulpit on the hood back on the member where he would,

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and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he praised and glorified God.

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By the hamdulillah he was the night Yana he, he prays to glorify God with the Quran as hava offered.

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And then the Prophet salani seldom

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mentioned, the people who had lost their lives in the Battle of

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he mentioned, prayed for them may do Africa, remembering recognizing commemorating their sacrifice

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and he may die for them. And then the prophets a lot is made his comments. He said Jamar Chevelle Mahajan,

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he said oh community of the mahogany, those who came to Medina from Macau. He said in a coma.

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He said that you will find yourselves

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growing in prominence.

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You will find yourself rising up, people will lift you up to the position of leadership in nicoma.

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Well, anzar, Allah Hey, he Hernandez in the inside shall remain very valued members of the online community. And we remain the hospitality.

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You know, the hospitality team of the oma, the caretakers of Medina, who welcome people here to the city of the prophets a lot.

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But they shall remain that but that is what they will remain. That is their role. That is the role they will continue to play.

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What but he says, very beautiful.

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He says we're in the home IoT allottee away to LA.

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He says however, never forget that the unsolved

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they are my people.

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They are my people who I came and sought refuge with

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the unsolved are my refuge. Never forget that.

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And he says for a Primo Karima home

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with Xiao Hua Zhu and Lucy.

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If they are good, be good to them.

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And if they are bad, forgive them.

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He said about the unsought if they are good, be good to them, honor them.

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And if they make a mistake, they do something wrong.

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To try to

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overlook it forgive them

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because they gave me a home.

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They gave me a place they took me in.

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In this last public address of the profits a lot.

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He kept that promise that he made so long ago.

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He said I will come with you. I will stay with you.

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When Macau was conquered, Macau entered into the fold of some fenstermacher the opening of Macau

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at that time being inside worried

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What about us now? The prophets a lot of them taught them at that time. People today will take home things and you will take home the Messenger of God.

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He was born American.

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But he died a Medina

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and rests in resides in Medina totally.

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And so even in this last moment, he remembered his own sorrow. And he talked about them.

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Then the prophets a lot he suddenly said,

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a yohannes in the abdomen about the law he called the Hydra hula hooping Nabina, dunya. verbena, Mandela

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said there is a slave from the slaves of God,

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the servant of God, the slave of Allah.

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God gave him a login of him the choice between the world and going back to a law.

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He said this,

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and what can I do? What can I do with john Who?

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He started to cry?

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He started to cry, like immediately just broke down.

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And he cried. So he said, but not enough, deep enough deep enough detail and fusina not enough one enough. We would sacrifice ourselves for you. We would sacrifice our children for you and sacrifice. We'll leave all of our wealth for you.

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And he started crying and crying like sobbing, weeping. Like a child cries

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so severely that the prophets a lot of them actually told him Aladdin, sleep, Ababa.

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Pull yourself together.

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Pull yourself together,

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crying so severely.

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And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He said something. He said Uhuru ilaha illa. Baba Cherie often Rashidi for sudo.

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He said, You see all these doors of people's homes that open up into the machine. He said close all of them.

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This is not appropriate for the sanctity of the mosque. Close these doors the machine is not your backyard.

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It's not a courtyard. Close these doors

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illa mecanim in Beatty Avi back. Except for the door that opens from aboubaker some

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framing Allah Allah Mahajan in the office.

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He said there was no one who provided me greater companionship than Abubakar.

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No one provided me greater companionship than Abubakar the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He said in Amanda NASA Alia fees Robert De Romani Abu Bakar he said the person who has done the greatest the human being

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who has done the greatest amount of favors to me

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through his good companionship and through his wealth is everberg

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Welcome to Titan, Haleakala.

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Latika to Ababa. Hi, were I to take a best friend Helene is a contest

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where I take anyone as a best friend other than my lord a lot.

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It would have been a book

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when I can hold on to Islam you are more at the tool. But he is my

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friend in Islam. And I love him for the sake of Allah.

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La you have a coffee, Merci de bourbon, Illa, Sudan. All these doors that opened up into the machine need to be closed Illa Baba be back except for the door of a worker. And even till today, just a little side note.

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The brothers for men when we go to say Salaam to the prophets a lot easier.

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If you if you come through the robot, of course that's different. If you go through the old the old original mustard of the prophets a lot is on the road.

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Right if you go through there, then of course you come out then maybe you make a left and you walk and then you give your salon to the profits a lot external

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facing the opposite direction of the Qibla turning your back to the Qibla then you're facing towards the profits a lot of tournaments resting place you know give salon team but if you did not come through the ogre through the mustard and make a left if you are coming to say Salaam to him in much in Abuja as it is constructed today. You enter in from that gate all the way at the end and you will

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Walk that whole route, that whole pathway at the front of the masjid, that door that you walk through is called Baba Salah.

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That door that you walk through was called by the Salah. Before you walk through into that door, if you were to stand in front of the door to the left of that door,

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there's a door and that's called Babel of

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Babel I'll be back at

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the door, have a look. If you walk into that door, that area that's right there in front and usually they that area you'll see a lot of people kind of praying they're sitting there, there's some little, you know, coolers with some some water there. Okay? If you walk into that door, that area, that door, that area inside that door, that is the home of a mechanic

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that is the home you're standing where the home of Abu Bakr, radi Allahu taala used to be. And if you actually even did turn around from the inside and look above that door on the inside, you see this inscription that has been there for hundreds of years. And it says how the whole how to be back.

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That this is basically the home, the apartment of Abubakar Casa de correo de la cocina. So that's what the prophets a loving son was referring to. And this was that particular moment.

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And that word whole call basically comes from another Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam where he used that word where he said, so do I Nicola hortonville, machete.

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Hey, the whole hunting of you buck, close all these apartments that open up into the budget, except for the apartment, the door of a what kind of syndicate. And then the whole horror kind of refers to almost like a backdoor. They can have sometimes a backdoor is a little bit more smaller and kind of indiscreet.

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It's a little bit more discreet, excuse me. So the backdoor oftentimes tends to be a little bit smaller, a little bit more discreet than a big front fancy front door. So that's why those kinds of backdoors are called Whoa, whoa. So that's what that refers to. So this was that moment, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, came up to the oma, he had this particular address, this conversation, and then the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. After having this conversation, the profits a lot he soon retreated, he went back to his home,

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the apartment of our mother, Alisha.

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Now the Allahu taala, Anka. And from that point on forward, and again, I want to explain this very quickly, just because a lot of times, sometimes people have trouble grasping this.

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And, in retrospect, reading all of this, talking about all of this, of course, we know the profits or losses and passes away. But even kind of reading, what's going on during this week, and this condition kind of occurs to you How was it not obvious that the prophets a lot of humans passing away, but you don't know that until you know that until it occurs? Number one, you don't know someone's going to die until they die. Number one, number two is I talked about this previously, as well. When you really love someone, you it's hard to accept the idea that they're leaving me.

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Very difficult, easier said than done.

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But after that conversation, the profits a lot easier to hide from the member.

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It became very clear to everyone

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that the prophets alarmism is truly departing.

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There's an aeration

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in the sign in both Bukhari and Muslim

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that later that evening. Later that evening,

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the family of the prophets Alavi, some gathered around him.

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The family gathered around there was kind of no everyone else was told to kind of give them some space. But the family of the lobby some spend some time with.

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Chateau de la hotel Anna narrates that the whole family was gathered there. the wives of the prophets and the mothers of the believers were sitting immediately around him.

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Pee everyone was in tears was very quiet a very somber mood.

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And the profits a lot of the sun was advising them

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that do not wail and mourn like don't don't be very outlandish and mourning me and wailing and things like that is us reminding them that's not appropriate. But he was lying there. And he was very, his condition was very bad.

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While he was lying there

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She says that

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Fati model the logo to learn how

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she came to the door.

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She arrived at the home at the house of Chateau de la.

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This might be known to many people, but just for everyone's benefit.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was blessed with seven children in his lifetime. Use given gifted as the Quran uses the word gifted seven children during his lifetime, four daughters and three sons.

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six of those children, the four daughters in the first two sons, were from Khadija to Cobra, radi Allahu taala, our mother Khadija, the first wife of the Prophet sallahu,

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whom he was married to for 25 years.

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The last of his sons was born later to muddy up.

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But the interesting thing is this.

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And I might have mentioned this previously in, you know, a previous session A while back, but I'll read it reiterate it here, because it's so important.

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six of the seven children of the profits of autism, the total, seven children are at six of the seven children passed away during his lifetime.

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The profits, a lot of them live through the death of six of his children.

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I don't think I need to elaborate on that too much.

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But just again, for the sake of just a reminder, to myself, and to anyone else.

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Unless the only one who can really speak to what it's like to lose a child to someone who's lost a child.

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But from what we see and what we know, and what we're told by people who have lived through

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the passing and the death of a child.

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It is the most excruciating, painful thing that any human being can experience.

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It is the most heartbreaking thing that any human being can ever live through.

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It is tragic.

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A particular thought and idea that I was reflecting on was that sometimes in some languages, we have words

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for people who have suffered different kinds of losses.

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A child who has lost his parents,

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as tragic as that is, it's called an orphan.

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A husband who's lost a wife who's lost her husband's called the widow or husband who's lost his wife is called the widow where

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we don't have a word for a parent who's lost their child.

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Think about it.

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In our at least colloquially.

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In our speech in the language we use to talk and speak. We don't have a word we use, casually, normally.

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First, a parent who's lost a child.

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the the first thing that occurred to me was, because maybe it's just too terrible of a thing to give a name to.

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It's the unspeakable.

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So it does not have a name.

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But something else that someone told me.

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Someone a parent who lost a child

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who had held their child in their arms

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and lost their child.

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They told me something remarkably profound.

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They said that the reason why there's no word for a parent who's lost a child,

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is because you never stopped being a parent.

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You never stopped being a parent.

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A father who's lost their child is I will always be a father.

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A mother, particularly who's lost a child is always a mother.

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Because that child never leaves your heart.

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It's unspeakable. It's unbearable. It's unthinkable.

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But your child never leaves you.

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It's something you live with for the rest of your life. You just get better at living with it, but it never goes away.

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And the profits of wabi cielo lived through that six times in one lifetime.

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Just thinking about it breaks your heart

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is thinking about a breach or

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one of the takeaways that I have, personally for myself, and I'll share it with you here.

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One of the takeaways that I have from this

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is that, you know, sometimes when you're going through something

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and someone gives you advice,

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I get injured.

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And someone says to me, it's okay. It's okay. It'll be okay.

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It'll be okay.

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It's fine. It's not that bad. What do I say to them? Oh, isn't that bad for you? Easy for you to say. Have you ever broken your arm? And if the person says no, then I'm like, Dude, what do you know?

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What do you mean telling me he'll be fine? It'll be fine.

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How do you know you never broke your arm before?

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If I have surgery.

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And after, afterwards, I'm sitting there lying and writhing in pain. Somebody comes in and be like, it'll be fine. It'll be okay.

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Do you have you had heart surgery? No. What are you talking about that?

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Would you get off? Totally, it'll be fine. It's okay. It's not that bad. But it means otherwise you don't know.

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And a lot of times and this is not the appropriate response but I'm we're all human beings I'm speaking from a human point of view. If I'm dealing with some tragedy, some difficulty some adversity

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and someone says to me, be patient

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allies with you Don't worry a lower reward you allies with you Be patient in the law, somebody is starting over somebody was Salah, in the llama somebody. Sometimes it's not the appropriate response from speaking as a human being as a faulty human being. Sometimes somebody we might think or some people might even say, easy for you to say. Where do you get off? patient? Be patient Have you been through what I'm going through?

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And there's something so remarkable

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that the prophets a lot he said when he tells us be patient

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when he tells us Hello is with you. When he sells us Don't lose hope. When he says everything will be okay. Allah will take care of you. Allah is with you. A lower rewards. When the profits a lot of assumptions. I'd never doubt that man.

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Never doubt that man.

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Never doubt. Never take his words lightly. This man suffered something that is worse than death six times in one lifetime.

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If you ask any parent who lost their job, they would have told you dying before that would have been easier.

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I would have preferred that

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than having to see the empty bed of my child the next day.

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He dealt with that six times.

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When he says Be patient.

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When he says it's okay.

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When he says hang in there you listen.

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I tell myself I remind myself you listen very carefully.

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He knows what he's talking about. He knows pain.

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So anyways,

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six of his children died during his lifetime. the only child of his who survived him was his youngest daughter Fatima. Zahra radi Allahu talana

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the apple of his eye.

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Fatima to Buddha to many. He said Fatima is a part of me.

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My other half the other?

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Whoever causes her pain causes me pain.

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She's a part of me. She's my father.

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It's so much love for her.

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So I shadow the Allahu Tanana says the family of the processing was gathered around in the wilds of the process and were there and Fatima came out the door.

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And it's almost like on cue like he could sense her presence.

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He was lying there with his eyes closed in pain. But when Fatima came at the door, it's like he could sense her presence. He opened his arms he looked at her and he said marhaba urbanity

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Welcome Welcome to my daughter.

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Come here baby girl. Come here. My daughter. Come here my beloved.

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He welcome during colder to him.

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I Chateau de la good.

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Alanna says something so remarkable. It's so beautiful. It's so touching. She says

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moto mush. Misha, Misha Abby.

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When Fatima walked

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you could tell that she was the daughter of the prophets allies.

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She walked like her dad.

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She never narrations mentioned, she even had a lot of the facial features of the processor. She looked like the process. She would walk like the profits a lot. She talked like the processing of the profits, a lot of them would talk with his hands.

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As you talk with his hands, he would use his hands and he would talk with the father, my dad and I used to speak the same way.

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So she just comments very beautifully. It sure does. rhodiola hotel and her the Fatima Fatima rhodiola catalana when you saw her walk, you knew that she was the daughter of the processor

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a new mini

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he asked her to come sit right next to him. He asked her to come sit right next to him.

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She sat down next to him.

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And she said wha Cara bah bah

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bah bah bah bah bah.

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Why does my father suffer so much?

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Oh, the suffering of my father,

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senior father, the prophet Sal Salaam in physical pain. She said oh my father. He said laka Allah a beekeeper that

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there will be no suffering for your father after today.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Salah Hobbesian

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four bucket. He called her close.

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He whispered something in her ear. Right? Put his she put her ear down to his mouth.

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He whispered something in her ear.

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And she started to cry profusely.

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Then he called her close and she put his she put her ear down to his mouth again. And he once again whispered something in her ear for the haircut, and she smiled through her tears.

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Then, she served for some time

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she bid farewell to her father, her beloved father, the Messenger of God, soliloquy he was

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and she liked.

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That was the last time they went in this world.

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Our Chateau de la jolla and he says,

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phenomena to fear. After the profits, a lot of them had passed and some time had gone by the events of you know, in the aftermath of the passing of the process on my past.

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She said that I went too

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far to borrow the local salon.

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And I asked her

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Can you please tell me what the profits alarmism said to you?

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Because it was fascinating.

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Just watching it What did he say?

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So she says in the first time he whispered in my ear that made me cry so profusely.

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He said energy bill Kennedy, you are added to the bill parenthetically. 70 Mara wayna who are underneath me Marathi La Liga la de la to be a genie. For tequila was very funny. I'm a seller for Angelica.

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The profits a lot of them said to her, he said gibreel used to come every Ramadan and go through whatever I'd been revealed to me once all the way through this past Ramadan, he made me go through all of it twice. And I recognize that this is because my, the end of my time is near. So he said, Doctor,

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please be mindful of Allah. Hold on to your relationship with a lot and be patient for what is to come.

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no one has lost anyone better than whom you are about to lose.

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Meaning you are the year

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she basically says as I had mentioned previously, as well.

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What she's mentioning here is that again, Fatima rhodiola catellani.

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Having such love for the profits alone, so it was beyond difficult for her to accept that she was going to lose her father. She lost her mother, he lost her sisters. She's lost so many people

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So Hartford takes up that she's gonna lose her father.

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But the profits allottee Some said it is about

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it is going to occur.

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So she said that made me cry.

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And then when he called me close again to when he called me close again and he whispered in my ear again while I was crying, what he said this time,

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Mr. colleano, until Cooney say to you that and he saw his movement in.

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In one narration, he said to her, that, are you not pleased with the fact that you will be made the leader of all the women in Paradise,

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all the believing women. And another narration, He further says to her, that you will be the first of my family to come and join me in the afterlife,

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which basically is him saying, Don't worry, we'll all be together very, very soon, once again, we'll all be reunited in the afterlife, very, very soon. And she said that made me smile through my tears,

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that we would all be together again soon.

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And that was the conversation she had with the profits a lot.

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And that essentially was that Sunday evening

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of the life of the profits from the last evening of the life of the prophets along with that inshallah, it's time for prayers that will conclude here for today, this session, and inshallah we'll continue on about what transpired throughout that night into the following morning, and then we'll proceed from there. May Allah subhanaw taala grant us all the ability to practice everything we should have heard and May Allah subhanaw taala meet the life of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, a source of profound benefit for each and every single one of us. So hon Allah Subhana Allah we have Nick Nash, how to Allah, Allah

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subhanho wa Taala