Shamail – The Prophetic Personality 03

Abdul Nasir Jangda


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The Humility of the Prophet (SAWS)

Feb 27, 2017.

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatu. Who does have the Nasser agenda and you're listening to the Calum podcast. Before we get started with today's session, I wanted to share a really amazing resource with you. A question that everyone has a problem that everybody deals with is, how do I focus within my prayer? How do I enjoy my Salah? Well, the answer to that question, the solution to that problem is actually quite straightforward and simple. If we understand what we say within our prayer, we'll be able to focus on it, internalize it, and actually get back to enjoying our conversation with Allah subhanho wa Taala. We created a solution to make this possible. It's called

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offering our prayers or performing our Salah, but we can go back to experiencing a conversation and relationship with Allah.

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Now to get on to today's session in sha Allah, we're going to be covering the Shema a mohammedia the prophetic personality. The following session was recorded at the Sierra intensive smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillah

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Allahu akbar wa salam ala Nina,

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Susana, la si Rosario hotmail MB early heliski. I was happy Latvia I'm about Babel ma Jaffe, Parvati Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the chapter on the humility of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. anatomy we have a principle

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will be the heart of a general idea

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that when you're trying to understand something, one of the best ways to create a clear and robust definition is to identify the opposites first. So the best way for me to explain

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or try to convey to a person what it means to be cold is to talk about what it means to be hot. And then when you have the opposite of the to the happy, the reality of its meaning is understood.

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So in order to understand what the Ludlow means, it's important to identify what is the opposite of the other and the opposite of talaga is killer.

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Killer anatomy

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means to be proud of oneself to have pride

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and you will find that Allah subhanho wa Taala refers to himself in the Quran as Kabira Subhana Allah handmade shikun Allah is ultimately

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a person who has pride

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is one a person who deserves to have pride is one who has no flaws at all.

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The person who has control of his blessings and has control over his good and he has control over his mahasin the thing that you're boasting over you should have complete control over it and there should be no one who can compete with you know, Nevada nomothetic there's no one that can compete with you in that characteristic. And that place that position is reserved only for Allah subhana wa tada every other human being does not have complete control over over any attribute that we feel proud over every other human being. No matter how much you think that you have something there's always someone greater than you and that as a lesson on Woolfolk, Cooley, the Illuminati, that above

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every knowledgeable person there is someone who even has more knowledge, Allah subhanahu wa tada in his names and attributes, preserves some names for himself and does not allow any human being to attribute themselves with that characteristic. And then there are those names of Allah subhanahu wa tada that Allah subhana wa tada commands us to bring those attributes into ourselves. So for example,

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the characteristic of mercy, we know that Allah subhanho wa Taala is merciful out of man or him.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala possesses the characteristic the cifa of mercy to its complete and to a degree that no human being or no creation can ever match. Yet Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us develop this characteristic inside you are rocky munia Hama, Hama, rough Manta Baraka, tada your hammelmann filorga hammer command center w

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On those in the earth and the one in the heavens will be merciful to you. So we're being commanded, exercise mercy, be merciful to other people and Allah subhanho wa Taala will be merciful to you. These are characteristics of Allah that Allah subhanaw taala is telling us Allah azza wa jal is either he is the just and in the Parana Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling us Yeah, they do be just, this is a characteristic of mine I want you to bring into your life. Then there are those characteristics of a law that are preserved for himself and Allah subhanho wa Taala does not wish for any human being to attribute themselves with that characteristic. For example, out of Rosa.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala is the sustenance provider. No human being should ever say I am the Razzak. I am the one who provides you can refer to yourself as a means as a sub, but you never refer to yourself as a true provider. Because that characteristic is reserved for a loss of honohan data. The same thing comes with Alan with

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a lots of 100 without a holds pride for himself. And anyone that tries to take pride or tries to be and with a bit of someone who is proud of themselves, looking down upon other people thinking of yourself as being better than others. When you bring this into yourself, you are doomed. That's when your decline starts. There's one howdy howdy, the glitzy, Allah subhanho wa Taala says it's the divine narrations, Allah subhanaw taala speaks in first person,

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Allah Allah to izadi will carry out with you that greatness is a is my upper garment. And pride is my lower garment. From another female attorney, whoever tries to steal one of my two garments, but somebody who I will crush him what oh, Bali, and I will have no care for that person. So we learned from this, that no matter how much you think you've accomplished, no matter how great you think you are, learn to keep yourself humble, the opposite will be at the heart of again, Russia. Now in order to understand

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where humbleness plays a role in our life.

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Let's examine where pride takes place in our life. First, if we understand where pride will occur, and where it attacks us, that's where we will be able to know that these are places where we need to exercise humbleness. So for some people,

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they take pride in their wealth when Allah subhanho wa Taala gives them wealth as we learn in the story of

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Barun. Allah in ui illman indie when people ask them for Harada, Tony Heaphy, zenity qarun came up with all of his wealth, and he had so much wealth, so much wealth. In fact, he who left

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a strong group of people might in fact do they couldn't even lift or drag the keys to his treasures. This is how wealthy this man was. He was the original guy. This guy was very, very, very wealthy. And he came out and he was displaying as wealth. And the people asked him where did you get this wealth from? And what did he say? He attributed it to himself he looked down upon other people who said I was the one who gained this wealth because of my knowledge. And when he became boastful when he gained this pride in his heart what Allah subhana wa tada do to him,

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but someone who was a lot crushed him and left no care for him. What happened first off NaVi

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will be daddy he'll have mechanical human fi Athenian surana, who mean de la Makana, minimum paucity? Allah subhanaw taala sucked in, sucked him up with all of his treasures, all of his wealth and he was gone. There was no one to help him and neither can he take any revenge from Allah subhana wa, he was so proud and so arrogant a few moments ago, but now he could do nothing. For other people, their strength comes from their pride comes from their strength. They feel that because I'm stronger than someone because I can physically do more than others. And this is how people feel go to someone who has a lot of wealth. Or if you're someone who has a lot of wealth, know that this

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will be your challenge. Your wealth will constantly tell you that because you have it you're better than another person. You because You drive you know a better brand car or better is subjective. But you know, you bought you you drive you drive a German car, or a British car or whatever the case is that you have a Bentley or Jaguar, you might think the person who drives a car who may which may not be the same caliber of your car may not have the same branding as your car, you're better than that person. So when you're hit with the cub, but when you're hit with pride, well, you actually need to hit it back with is.

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What's the word here?

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What's the Arabic word?

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Well, that's where you need to bring humbleness into yourself. For some people that's power those who are stronger. You know, when you go to the gym,

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and you're on your heavy lift, and you got three plates on the side, four plates on each side and you're just really ripping it out. For those of you who understand that reference. You know what I'm talking about. For those of you who have no idea what plates I'm talking about, for your understanding, I'm talking I'm not talking about Gianni. So you're just really like pumping that iron. Now the guy after you who comes in uses the bench. He removes all three plates and pulls a quarter

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Sign What do you think yourself?

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What a loser you don't even deserve to lie on my sweat

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How could you dare lie and lift on the same bench that I was just lifting on right now you know people when they have more power comes in what happens along with that comes

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pride. Well I'm out and first stack baru fill out of and what do they say after that you know that people have added these giants who used to build their houses into the mountains well imagine as for the people of add for stackable roofing out of they had their pride and then what happened What did they say after that? Well kalu

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man I should domina

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they said who was more stronger than us? No one in this world is stronger than us. What happened to them?

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Anyway, no. Allah subhanaw taala wiped them out in our salon Oh honey Lacombe here and under coma notes and how consonant right so then, at the beginning of what happened

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was that the wind came and knocked them over. What am I doing for liquidity in salsa natya sakara holla him sobre la la Mata Nani, I am assuming photography hasakah homogenously. They were like these date trees knocked over because of a big wind came in and hit them all down, like they couldn't even stand they looked like a big mess. After Allah subhanaw taala was done with these people, then there are those people who are proud of their beauty because they may think that they're more beautiful, when they look at other people who may not have the same beauty as them, they frown down upon them, you know, and these are ways we as human beings,

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we stroke our own ego, by telling ourselves we're better than others because of race or because of beauty because of height because of weight because of the house, the house that we live in, or because of the car that we drive, these are things that she thought he uses to bring us down. And it's at moments like these when shaytaan comes to you and says you're better than the person next to you. Because the person next to you just listen to the shift you actually write or the person next to you doesn't know how to write properly, their English is messed up, I can see all the spelling mistakes they have right here. And you begin to tell yourself I'm more educated than them. I'm also

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does this by the way, I didn't does this as well as what happened to shape on him destroyed him. You know, there are different ways that people are injected with this poison have given and when pride enters your heart, you have to get rid of it right away. Because first and foremost, Allah subhanho wa Taala does not love those who have pride. Secondly, a person who has pride will not enter into paradise, your heart must be cleaned, your heart must be pure purified. And we look at this our greatest or the greatest example, the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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If there was a person in the world, who could have had pride, and rightfully so, if there was a creation, it would have been who

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the prophets have allowed.

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But what does he do? He humbles himself. And the beauty of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is in his humility.

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You know, if you ever talk to someone, and they praise another person, genuinely, it's genuine praise. Trust me nine out of 10 times they'll be praising them because of their humility. They'll say so and so person has amazing has an amazing voice or so and so person has an amazing mind. yet they're so humble. yet so and so person has so much wealth, yet they're humbled nine out of 10 times and someone is genuinely praising another person. What will they be about?

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How they don't stroke their ego, how they don't boast about themselves, how they don't try to lift themselves constantly, rather they lower themselves. There's one Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu it was said and I'll share with you before we continue with the chapter.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says monka alila here of our law, woman, taka berawa Hola. whoever humbles himself or herself for the sake of Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala will elevate them. Your job is to go into such the Allah job is to take your agenda. Your job is to lower yourself. month however, I did not hear of Allah. If you try to lift yourself in the world, woman to Canberra and whoever tries to lift himself whether Allah Allah will slam that person face down.

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The one who has pride will be destroyed. And no one who is humble will be elevated in the sight of Allah subhanho wa Taala and you look at Islamic history. When we talk about Abu Bakr Siddiq, Guardiola, Juan Ahmadi, along the along one led along with all these Sahaba what's the one thing we say? They were so humble, they were so humble. They were so humble that you wouldn't know who was who, you know, they never had name tags saying that this is one of the law one, meaning put your act straight and get out of my way. very humble people who was on photography a lot one he used to tell the people we are nothing. We are people of ignorance as an allowable Islam, Allah subhanho wa Taala

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ordered us through Islam had it not been for Islam. We were nothing. So if there is a moment in your life that you feel like you've earned something that you know what I mean?

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Shall I have accomplished the art of beauty?

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Which is a delusion like times a million? Or if you think you know what I am the

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but does that show they have

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nowhere they are these guys that jump through all these courses, warrior.

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Ninja Warrior There you go, I am a warrior.

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Any times you keep telling yourself Me, me me if that thought comes to your mind, rather than attribute that feature of yours to yourself attribute it to

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a loss or

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a loss of subhanho wa Taala 100 in LA Omar COVID-19 de la jolla and hadn't had not been for the favor of Allah we wouldn't have this, I wouldn't have this opportunity to come and study here I wouldn't have the opportunity to learn about the purpose of the law and I wouldn't have the opportunity to smile had Allah subhana wa tada not giving me the ability to smile. What am I who am I I'm nothing without Allah subhanaw taala the person today by the way, who's so arrogant of himself forgets very easily how weak he was two days ago

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in San Marino minute daddy

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let me I couldn't shake a mosquito.

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Right, a lot created at a time or you were nothing and then today you become something and you're all of a sudden so proud of yourself are so full of yourself that I have everything. That same person forgets today who refuse to give Zakat who refuse to give sadaqa who refuse to turn his attribute, this this feature of his chores, Allah subhanaw taala that person forgets that just one year ago when he went for his job interview or when she went for her college interview, who were they making GLAAD to the night before?

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Who are they making the lotto. It was a loss of Hannah Montana, I lost that I was the one who they raised their hands in front of and they made larger. And today amazingly, how this person has no need for Allah subhanho wa Taala. So whenever that thought comes into your mind, attribute it to Allah subhanaw taala Allah had not been for you, there was no way I could have had this.

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So this leads us to being humble. Now being humble.

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It can be a little tricky, because there's one element of humbleness that's natural, and that's humbleness that takes birth internally, and then may manifest itself externally. And then there's another element of humbleness, which is actually pride on steroids.

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You guys understand that? There's another element of humbleness, which is actually what

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prides on pride on steroids. What am I talking about?

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We call this the sun or the color of, you know, artificial humbleness, aka is a fee, referring to yourself with silly titles. Right? And you calling yourself errands. I was once reading a book. And there was the person who wrote it. You know, he signs his name at the end, and he writes

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alita, bol lashay. On field hockey card. After college, that means the lowest of all last creation. Then he says, but oh, no, that's not me. Actually. lashay on philosophic, I'm nothing in reality. One person, I heard him He says,

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the filthy dog's opinion is this, this this I said to him was this filthy dog. He said, This Harry referred to myself. So there's no virtue in calling yourself the dog. If Allah subhanho wa Taala, honored your parents without, with the intellect to give you a beautiful name, the humble, the most humble thing you can do is one

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you know, you know, refer to yourself in your in the manner that you are, you know, that, you know, my weak opinion is this, this is something I'm still working on. Let it be natural, don't let it be artificial in the sunlight. Because when you become artificial, in your, in your in your humility, then you're actually in delusion. Because at that point, you have no idea what humility is. When a person is delusional saving then becomes very hard. You know, people create these frameworks of what it means to be humble. Something that humble means that you go on Facebook and you write and you share quotes on what it means to be humble. You know, that's not what, that's not what humility is.

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Humility is an internal state, it's rGz. It's an kasady. For you to break yourself in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala. You want to learn

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if you want to learn what humbleness is, humbleness is not earned during the hours of the day in front of other human beings. It's earned during the hours of the night while incense the in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala that's where it's earned.

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I'll come to you

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that's where it's earned. When you're in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala you break yourself down for Allah subhana wa tada we're in front of lots 100 Allah, you're nothing and in front of other other people. Once you've lowered yourself in front of Allah, then naturally you will lower yourself in front of other people. And there is no need for you to say that you're lower than another person. What do you have to say that you're actually making a there's a flaw in it right there. You know.

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Remember causality or human law

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addresses this in his head. He talks about people who superficially act as if they're pious through poisonous words. So for example, they'll say that he used he called us

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what is the word he uses?

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He for he uses terminology, Cora almora, in this show off reciters of the Quran. And he and maybe it was something in his time that was very prominent, this sort of language and he says, you will find one of them saying, when he is with his friends, Allah have mercy upon so and so. Because and then he'll start listing his sins. So the actual intent behind that was what? To back by that person. But how does this person back behind him rather than outright backbiting then he elevates himself to actually act like he cares for that person, and then publicly mentions his name, humiliates him, and then closes off the discussion by saying, Allah have mercy on him. Subhana Allah, minimum because it

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says if you really cared for that person, you could have done all of that without mentioning his name, and maybe going in advising him in person. So this is your delusion, you're fooling yourself into what it means to be humble. Imam Al ghazali Rahim, Allah hota. He says, learn to create humility in yourself with every human being in every creation that you interact with. He says, For example, when you look at someone who was older than you, tell yourself, you don't need to say what your mouth is, tell yourself in your heart.

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That look how lucky this person is. This person has spent more years in Islam and therefore has attracted more Mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. When you look at someone younger than you tell yourself, look how lucky this person is, this person must be better than me too. Because this person has spent less years in comparison to me sitting in disobeying Allah, therefore, this person must be closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala. When you look at

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a scholar, tell yourself that this person must be closer to Allah because they know more. And if you're a scholar, look at an ignorant person and tell yourself this person must be closer to Allah because he doesn't know and he is more likely to be forgiven for his crime transgression in comparison to me, a knowledgeable person who doesn't have any practice at all. He says, when you look at a non Muslim, tell yourself it's very possible that he may accept Islam before he passes away and take a higher rank agenda and I may die outside the fields of Islam. When you look at an animal, tell yourself that this animal has spent his life worshiping Allah subhanho wa Taala. This

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animal has never disobeyed a law and this animal will have no accountability with Allah subhanho wa Taala. When you look at the tree is telling yourself that this animal this this tree, is constantly in the event of Allah subhanaw taala where am I in comparison to it when I'm in shape and allow yourself to be humbly he will actually let of Kahuna, the speed humps everything around you. This cup right here, whether you believe it or not, it's doing the kind of Allah subhanho wa Taala with, with a mouth that we can hear in a way that we can't comprehend. But the Quran is telling us what a mean shape and there is not a thing, but it glorifies a love with his praise. You submit humbly

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humbly he will not let the phone let us be home but you do not have the ability to understand its praise. There is a famous

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hustle and bustle dilemma hula hoop Allah says, There are 10 characteristics that dogs possess. If any human being were to adopt them, you will become a Wali of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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You guys understand that? So what I mean, the 10 characteristics aside, what is he doing? He's studying an animal and he's saying even this animal has lessons of Ischia for me to learn and adopt and bring into my life. There is a book that I read some years back, very beautiful book.

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It's called flavanone, keylab, Allah, Catherine minnemann, Levy, Sophia, the virtue of dogs over many of those human beings, many of those who wear garments, meaning sometimes even animals are better than human beings, you know, and yet we refer we use their name when when a curse at someone you talk, when in reality, that dog may be a friend of Allah subhanahu wa Tada. Yet you're using you're calling a person, by the name of that animal to degrade them to bring them down.

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So learn to create humbleness inside yourself. And know that just says Allah subhanho wa Taala gave you whatever blessing that you have, just as Allah gave it to you, he can easily take it away, reflect over that really reflect over that. Ask yourself, have you ever met someone in your life who had everything? When you were 11 years old, there was one person in your life that you thought this person was going to do great things their future will set and you look at them 10 years later, 20 years later, you look back and say what happened? what that person had going for them they lost it. And from one perspective maybe they were ungrateful another person another perspective, it could be

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a test from Allah subhana wa tada and you may not see it, but they're actually continuously growing in rank, both things are very possible. But that opportunity that boundary being present will leave you. Either you will leave it or you will it will leave you so while you have it, you think Allah subhanho wa Taala you had a question? Yes.

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There's a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, either Subnautica hacer la casa Casa took of antimony when your good deeds make you happy when you do a good deed that brings us and it brings a smile to your face. What's that Casa Taka and you commit a sin and it makes you sad when your good deeds bring joy to you. And when your bad deeds make you sad for men, they know that day you have completed your email.

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Okay, so you're right. Don't be Don't be negative with yourself. Don't be pessimistic with yourself. Don't call yourself foul names and say I'm worth nothing and I'm worth nothing in front of Allah subhana wa Tada, you're worth nothing and that's accepted. But Allah subhanho wa Taala has still given you worth in this world. And you have a responsibility to maximise on that worth, know where your strengths are, keep it See, this leads us back to what's the definition of pride, we have to really understand pride in order to understand what it means to be humble.

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Someone asked the prophet of a lie. So the Messenger of Allah, every person has a desire to wear nice clothes, Is that considered pride? What are the products that allow Why do some say

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wearing nice clothes is not pride. Pride is that you look down upon the person next to you. What a sucker What a loser.

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If that's what you're fighting against, and Alhamdulillah you're doing the right thing. But if you're finding that because sometimes when you when you enter this realm of

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lowering yourself and bring yourself down, you end up killing your own confidence and reach a place where you aren't able to do anything. You know, so you have to be able to praise yourself. When someone does something good. When kids they do something good. What did we tell them that you did something good. That's the whole argument over celebrating birthdays, that some people say that you're getting closer to your death while other people say

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you've had another year of a bother half the glass is half full or half empty. You know, I told you guys earlier today, there are some discussions that when you have them, they everyone forgets what you talked about earlier on. I just said the word birth and I have a feeling that's going to happen.

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So please don't think about it for too long.

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Oh, that's right.

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Yeah, yeah, no dream questions on Earth. Is that good luck? Yes.

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While he is someone who has a close friend of Allah subhanho wa Taala. There are two types of friendships that Allah subhanho wa Taala gives to his servants, rely on rely akasa rely Arma is a general friendship every human being has the law. Not every human being every believer has with Allah. Allahu Allah, you mean, Allahu Allah you Latina. Manu, every believer has a bond of friendship of the law of closeness to Allah.

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And then we liar hacer is where Allah subhanho wa Taala then gives a person a special Ranga special closeness due to that person's sacrifice for the deen his Jihad? Well, as you know how to Faena, or that person stuck, LA, Allahu Allah.

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Allah who had just stubby LA, he may have shot Well, yeah. So then there comes a point. And that's a whole different discussion and how does a person achieve that? But that's what we

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should we should we do some reading? Guys? One more question. Yes.

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Look, if someone calls you to do our, someone says we need a Holic on our community and you know that you are able to deliver that halaqa. If there's someone there in that community who was more worthy of the halaqa, than you give them the position. But if there is no one else in the community, then for you to step away from that halaqa is not only undesirable, but it's piano, you are betraying the community. Just like Yusuf Ali Salam said, aegiali. Allah has a lot of in the Happy Valley that makes me responsible of the treasures of the land. I want to be the treasure of Egypt, while we go through this drought. Someone can say he was being proud of himself, but he wasn't being

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proud of himself. What was he doing? Actually, he was presenting himself because he knew that alternative was not good. He knew the alternative was going to be a big mess.

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It comes down to see, humility isn't it's a huge internal struggle, when you keep reminding yourself of who you are and what your reality is. So for example, I'll give you an example. While you're giving the hotel or while you're been invited to get that while you're invited to give the hotpot

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A lot of humility is how you present yourself during the Holocaust. You know, and not only that, but what you do during the Holocaust, what you say during the Holocaust. So for example, if I know someone who's doing a Holocaust, and they asked me that shift, I'm going to give a holocaust somewhere. And

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should I do it or not? I'm not. I'm still in my beginning phase where I'm not even I'm not even considered a student of knowledge, should I do it or not? So I tell them, if there's no one else available, go and do it. However, however, however,

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unless the question and answer relates to something that you specialize in, maybe you're a physician, and they ask you about that, if they ask you anything about the dean,

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unless you're clarifying what you already said in the lecture, don't take it. That's time for you to say, I don't know. I don't have knowledge. I don't know regarding this, that these are small steps that'll bring you down. Humble yourself down. If you've any way studies or you know, there's a whole class we do called the potty training workshop in which you talk about all these things and more in detail, how to keep yourself in check when you're doing power and not let pride catch up to you and what are different things you can do to save yourself from it. Yes.

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Valid pride. Okay. Can there be valid pride for good deeds? Like I just said, it's not something that cosmetica whether it's reading the Quran or something that see pride connotates you look down upon someone. And you said, Yeah, what a scalar quantity.

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You are looking down upon another person in the Shetty Ah, there is no time where that is permissible. There's one narration that in one of the battles there was a Sahabi by the name of Abu Jana rhodiola. One before the battle he had this turban on and he had he was carrying the prophets that along while he was on the sword, and he was swinging his shoulder side to side walking. The prophets of Allah holiday was set up set up this hava this walk is disliked by Allah subhana wa Tada. Except for in this place

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where he is in the battlefield, you know where he's looking the enemy in the eye. Like I said, I think I told you guys yesterday to do the Cabal in front of him with the COVID is sebata you don't become humble. We're in the battlefield hold your Thespians.

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They're gonna choke you with the spear.

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When you're in the battlefield, what do you do?

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You straighten your shoulders and you stand strong. You show the person that you have strength to follow them. So let's read.

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So like going

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Oh, yes, all without me.

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I was exhausted today. So I said to sister Fatima. She can read the English for me today. So I'll just read out to me.

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If your good deeds, your good deeds, please use then you are a believer. How do you draw a line between being happy and being content with your good deeds and our job and pride? I think I've highlighted this I'll say it again. It's about activating the trophies of your good deeds to Allah subhanho wa Taala

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it's about activating little faith, the ability the guidance to do that good deed from Allah subhana wa Tada. And I also call it a dua that's not going on. And hamdulillah Hillary hadn't really had lahmacun Lena Tierra de la jolla and Hayden Allah, all praises for Allah who guided me to do this good deed. Allah subhana wa Tada. This is what the discussion needs to have yourself. A lot of Hannah Matata could have given this opportunity to anyone. I'm a no one. I'm a sitting servant. And Allah subhanaw taala honored me with this opportunity. So I take this opportunity and I do the good deed and I'm pleased that Allah subhanaw taala gave me the chance. But ultimately that though feet

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and the thought the ability to do this comes from Allah subhanho wa Tada. So at this point, you're viewing yourself not as the chess player but just upon itself. I'm just happy that I was upon. I'm just happy that Allah subhanaw taala used me otherwise the modem be

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the one that controls all of our affairs is Allah subhanho wa Taala Yes.

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How does Ahmed even though money in

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the rough man and masumi bajawa hidden hollow Hydra sushi had been arena and his ovary and Obaidullah anemia aubusson Well, the Allahu Allahu Allah.

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Allah tala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam LA to to Rooney comma at Rotten Tomatoes rotten nesara even a Maria innama and I've done for pulu Abdullah who are pseudo? Yes.

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don't exceed in praising me. Don't exceed and over and over praising me if someone is praising look

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There's a limit of praise that is praiseworthy. But then when you pass that limit, then that praise becomes blameworthy. You guys understand that? You can praise someone. Look, for example, if someone has memorized the Quran, you can say Alhamdulillah this person is happy to

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stop there. In this area, we don't like overpraising people. I kid you not the other day someone sent me a message on WhatsApp, and it had this like it was a pitch. Someone took a picture of a flyer of some amount that speaking and half of the flyer I kid you not half of the flyer, guess what it was?

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titles of the mom.

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Share chef Allah Mufti Akari, half in terms of the hot noodle Hoda butter, the GRP, Ronnie p kobato. Allah, all these sorts of silly things. You know, I remember once, one of my teachers he was introduced before he gave a lecture. And someone praised him and praise them and praise them and praise them. When he came to speak, he was very upset, he was very angry. And he said to that person,

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you praised me so much. You should have also said heart epistemological out of the creator of this deck use you. You equated me to a line that assumes that Allahu Allah was sudden with all this praise? Shouldn't you have left some of it alone? You could have said that this is a person. The reason of introducing someone is so that they know that what this person's background is what this person has accomplished. When you're praising someone you mentioned, that this person has studied for this many years. That way now the community knows who is speaking to them that way. They know the rank of this person, but they go on and on and on. I kid you not once I was in Hodge, and we

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were in Mina,

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and Mina, you're sharing tents with people from all over the world. So there was another group of people that came from the USA they were praised. The Imam was given up to get he got up to give a lecture after maybe a month liberation Salah he got up to give a lecture. And before he gave his lecture, his student got up to praise him. I kid you not. I thought he saw himself as being being introduced. All the miracles he went through. He said he has this miracle he has that miracle. while introducing him. He said one day I came to the shift. And he knew what was in my heart. And then you know, and I'm listening to this guy, and afterwards I called him I said, Brother, I just want you to

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except for your five buddies who really like your shake a lot, who like really must have like, really hyped up. Yeah, that's my shift.

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Everyone else is like, What the heck's going on? You just literally insulted your shift in front of everyone else right now. never become a fanboy of anyone over the top. And I'm, I'm talking right now what I just said to you control your fanboys if that just bothered you. Listen to me even more now. Okay, if there's some scholar, who you are infatuated with, it doesn't matter who it is. It doesn't matter who it is. I don't care how well they're spoken, how many views they have on YouTube, how eloquent they are, or how much they have. Put yourself in check. When you overpraise them to your friends and all you do is talk about them again and again. You know what you're doing, you're

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pushing your friends and other people away from that person. Because human beings don't like hear don't like to hear other human beings being overpriced. That's why the scholars of the past what they did praise someone it meant something.

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You guys understand that? So for example, they would call him mumble Holla Holla Holla. Mr. mohabbatein that title actually meant something that he was the leader of the scholars of Hadith. When they said *hole Islam, even Tamia Rahim Allah tada when they said scheffel Islam what are the that that title scheffel Islam, it meant something because this person literally, he This gave his life for the sake of the deen when they say Islam of Mohammed Al ghazali. That 100 to the Islam actually meant something because these people didn't toss up. You know, titles for free to every person who had something to say that this person is this this person is that learn to control even

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when it comes to the Messenger of Allah Allah instead of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was worried that people would praise him in a manner that would be unsuitable, and when the prophets that allow it, not only does the prophets Tell them not what not to do, but then he tells them what to do not read the next part of the Hadith.

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In an abdon, in nama, what is in America for

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exclusivity we talked about this yesterday, remember in nama is for hustle in an OBGYN. I am only a servant. Look where he starts his introduction. He doesn't start as introduction here. Where does he start his introduction?

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Right here at the bottom, and not only at the bottom, but when you look at his introduction in them Anna, in the mind of them for kulu Abdullah, he was a pseudo he is a servant of Allah and he is the Messenger of Allah.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he introduces himself because he introduced himself as a messenger first or as a servant, first of Allah. Servant first. You know, the reason for that is that's the only

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relationship any creation can have with Allah subhanho wa Taala every

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creation of Allah can only be a servant of Allah. Abdullah amatola that's just a summary of it. You can't be anyone that claims to be anything more than a servant of Allah has already done the Lulu. They've already exceeded their limits. Your introduction, the beginning and end of your existence is what you are

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a servant of Allah subhana wa Tada. Then along with that the prophets that allow it was themselves and amongst the servants there are certain people who are messengers, and I am also a messenger of Allah subhanho wa Taala the call of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is introducing himself Yes.

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Had the algebra surgeon or had the financial way to grab the Razzies on her maiden analysis in America the alarm on an emulator and jack in an episode Allahu alayhi wa sallam for curricula, who in early ilec has written collar.

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Easily sci fi Phil Medina T shi, t agilus la ke. Yes.

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So long audio so

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now Who was this woman? The scholar has different opinion.

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The most correct opinion is that who she is unknown. Some scholars have given a name or two trying to identify with the most correct opinion is that she's an unknown person. Now there's a narration that in my Muslim Rahmatullahi Ali brings, that tells us that this lady she had some sort of mental disability.

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This was a lady who came to the Prophet sallallahu it was and there are how we know this is because other narrations that are inclusive of these words, that give more detail, they tell us that that this lady came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, who had mental disability, and the Prophet said, she said O Messenger of Allah and one narration, it actually says she took the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam by his hand. Some scholars say that's a Kenai, meaning she said, Come with me. And another narration, even if she does take him by his hand, if she has,

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she has disability, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't stop her. He followed her along he said to her, take me wherever you want to, I'm not going to leave you. You know every other people may abandon you, but I will be with you. So in this narration, she says, I have something to speak to you about. When a lady comes to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, someone may think that a man she is not is not worthy of eating on the same plate exceeding eating on the same level of as a lady, the lady should be on the bottom, the man should be on the top, you know, some person could think like that. But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't see the world like that,

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whether it was a male coming to him or female coming to him, what does he say to this lady? He says, Go wherever you want in Madina, munawwara Take me there, and I will come with you. Wherever you tell me to go with you. I'm ready to come with you right now. You know, and if she is mentally disabled, if we go to that narration, this is very beautiful. The Prophet sallallahu it was said I'm not only is he willing to talk with everybody saying that, I'll spend time with you too. And wherever you prefer to be. That's where I will be. Let's go together. And let's talk and one narration it says that he sat together, and they talked for a long period until that lady stood up first. And she felt

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that she was content done speaking to the prompts that allowed them and if we don't use that narration, if we just stick to the words here, or we also learn is how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was inclusive to everyone in the community, you know, this attitude that we have right now to the women folk of our community, that you know, the there should be no education for them.

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Or that they shouldn't have opportunity. women shouldn't come to the, the the mom if he is a man and asked him questions, all of these ahaadeeth then become a barrier. And in your understanding, right? Oh, well, you're trying to promote because he's a hottie speak very clearly, a lady comes to the Prophet. Now we are obviously going to quantitate that she was dressed appropriately, that this person was modest. And not only was she modest, but who else was modest at the same time.

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The Messenger of Allah was also must we have to wait that's a given. You know, we don't doubt that at all. If any person that Imam, the speaker or the questioner inappropriate or immodest, and that's a whole different issue in itself. But both people understand the role of modesty and their, their reason for communication is what it is for the dean. Now, the other thing is the prophets of Allah what he was saying tells her take any pathway of Medina, you want to go and sit there and talk. What is this teaching us that when men and women communicate, it's important that they stay public? Because the prophets have a long holiday with some tells us when a man and Lady are alone in

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seclusion, the third will be shaytaan used to use a public, people will accuse you. It took him a while to stay away from places where you can be

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accused. If you know that someone can accuse you for something

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and you're putting yourself in a dangerous place. Just don't go there.

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I'll share a little story with you guys.

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When I used to live in Chicago.

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Pam samosa, okay. He stood up when I used to live in Chicago.

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What happened once is that I don't know something happened.

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The lights went off in the block or something and I was trying to find some light. So I said to my wife

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You know what, at the end of the street there's a there's a little stored there let me go and see if they have light. I saw that I have didn't have light which right next to my house I saw the Walgreen didn't have light. So I went to the end of the street and I entered there when I exited from there, someone saw me. And he said to me, the sob loved megamenu period, because at the end of my street, right at the end, there's a little club there. What's it called? Giuliana, Julian's Juliana's. Yeah, that's what it's called. I came out of there, all of them. It was in the club and stuff and a lot of luck with a levy law. And I said to my wife, you know what, I set myself up. Because even though I

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may have gotten there for whatever it is that I wasn't there for, and you guys don't need to know what I went in there for. It was all Trust me. Okay.

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But when I came out when that person saw that, what did he say?

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What he saw was doing some Hanky Panky right there, you know, it's up to him. If you're walking, if for example, you have a sister next to you, who may be wearing niqab and nobody knows you're married and you're not married and your own person and you're holding a sister's hand and you're walking in the store and someone meets you, you should introduce the person this is my sister right here. Your understand otherwise you can put yourself now the other person shouldn't assume that's their problem. The other person should also have

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been You shouldn't have good thought of another human being. But at the same time, you should also clarify yourself have any doubt put yourself in the clear? Yes.

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The purpose of Allahu Allah was someone's one day walking with his wife and the ones Hobie passed by and the Prophet said Tim, this is my wife. He said the Messenger of Allah you didn't need to tell me and the purpose of alarm audio system said in this JSON add minute insomnia modular dumb that she thought runs into human being like blood flows in your veins. Keep yourself clear.

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Yes, still

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had the finale of Mahajan called Hydra Alia Muslim and Muslim? An hour and honestly demonic for the Allahu

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Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he or Odin Merida. Where's hadoo? Jana is a workable hemara

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will Eugene without Abdi wacana Yama bunny coryza Allah Marin moku Minh be hobbling me min leaf in while he Castleman leaving? Yes

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sir the law on him.

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He visited the sick today when you become an Imam and when you become a superstar. When you become a celebrity what happens

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when you start getting hundreds of 1000s of views on YouTube and you have millions of followers on social media what happens? You're now too big to go visit the sick person in the community.

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When you go to visit a sick person, every one of the community shock Oh man, so and so person came we never expected that. If the prophets have a lot of money with them come to visit someone do you think the Sahaba said we never expected that? Yes or no? No, he was available. This celebrity culture that we've created in our community, that imams are like on a pedestal. We should respect them. I'm all for that. By the way. That's a you know it's a part of it is a part of our Deen. But it should never reach a place where a person becomes so holy that for them to do simple things. They're too arrogant to do that. Yes, hello, Jenna is he would attend the funeral. Yes.

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He wrote on a donkey. It's like you know the guy drove a Corolla.

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No offense to anyone have driven one to

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humble brag hashtag

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I don't even want to talk about my car these days.

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Some people they're so arrogant that they won't sit in the car unless it's Mashallah You know, sometimes when you know the one person came to me said chef, I'm tired of inviting imams to my community I said Why? He said some of these imams won't travel business won't travel unless you book them a first class ticket even though they have no illness at all for person has an illness and they say I need more comfort then it makes sense. But it's haha it's a two hour flight and you're saying that homecoming just for the sake of it, like you know for for no reason at all. You become a diva now

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there was one one mom he told me that I invited another Imam to my community.

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And before that Imam arrived he said one of his, his coordinator, someone sent a list that are he for his snacks. He likes the following. And it was a list of organic fruits and foods. And the guys that my friend said to me that you know what, I didn't mind getting those foods. It's actually good. If we know what the shoes wonderful what they prefer, we can get that for them. But the person was so specific that he wants organic honey from this store only this is a location in your community.

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So much the color of so much the sun like unnecessary. Yes.

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Meaning the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam seek cover. It wasn't some

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Fine leather. It was a palm leaves that he was sitting on. Yes.

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The province that Allahu la was set on would accept the invitation of the slave. What does that mean? Someone who other people in the community would frown upon to go because this was a poor person, or someone who wasn't that no one in society. Maybe this person wouldn't have the most lavish dinner they weren't going to serve Chinese food, or they were going to serve bardiani the privacy of a lot while he was sitting knowing that this was a broke college student, and most likely on the dinner, they would be ramen noodles, he would still go.

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You understand? He would humble themselves and it wasn't about how wealthy this person was. He will humble themselves and go to any person's invitation. Yes.

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Shannon had the funnel also ignored the Allah Al Koofi called Hydra Mohammed Mohammed, Al an Amish and anissina Malika the Allahu Allah can only be so long it was

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suck at Fuji boondocker, the Corolla who did it on India hoody and for my daughter, Maya fukuhara Hata Mater. Yes.

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Still fat. He had a sakeena fat that was, you know, it was old and it began to create a smell like it wasn't the most fresh food. But the problem is that a lot. This is not something that would harm him. Like obviously, this hobby was not trying to hurt the process of loading them. But it wasn't the freshest food. The profits of the long run. He was still I'm still participated. He's still doing that person in the meal. Yes.

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He didn't have a sufficient amount to release the armor, because every time the Prophet said along while he was in him earning money, well earned wealth, what would you do?

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You would give it out, earn it, give it out, earn it, give it out. You know who you know who released this armor, armor. aboubaker said Guardiola juanda during his Khalifa.

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He said to that man that I'm going to release that armor because it belonged to the prophets of Allah how it was set up. According to one narration. It was earlier the one who releases armor Yes, has been mukalla Movieland. Buddha wouldn't have

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la la la him takala Aloha, aloha Jen la de la Sumatra.

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for dinner? That was the value of his saddle? Yes.

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Harder than Abdullah

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madama sama and homemade ananas ananas Malika de la one quarter. Let me a construction

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worker Oh,

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Lima Yamuna. Minh karate Malik. Yes.

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Because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told them that he did not like for them to stand up. He didn't want this to become a ritual that just as people stood up for their kings that they will stand up for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And there is a principle I'm going to focus on Adam even though the other is to stand up. But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his command was to not stand up he didn't want to create that court feeling that the Romans and Persians had created. However, when someone's senior walks in to stand up as good as the By the way, for example, when modern Southern law Viola Juan entered into the room, what are the prophets of Allah? Some say to the unsought como ella Siddiqui, your leader saw them live just came Everyone stand up for him. So they stood up and respect for him.

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So not honoring

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How does it Yes.

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had to throw up on a video game called Jimmy

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Carter analogy don't mean anything you mean one of the

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you cannot have the law and even in Libya, and in Hudson Valley, or the Allahu anhu to Holly hinda even though it'd be harder to kind of soften and

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nourish the heat as if it meant Hershey and for katakana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fosmon Mufasa man yet Allah Allah welcome

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hasn't forgotten to say no.

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this is a powerful story. Are you guys ready for a long ID?

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Do we have enough time on this camera? Where did they go? He told me there were eight minutes left five minutes ago. So

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you know how you guys asked if

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you have them?

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I think this live stream is dead.

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Not a live stream when you're more is it?

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You know, someone asked the other day. I think today it was yesterday. Someone asked about did hadiza de la Honda have any kids?

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Remember? Did you have any kids from the previous marriage? And I told you guys that she did have children from the previous marriage and one of her children was known for being very descriptive of the prophecy that a lot of audio said Remember that? This is this is by the way.

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Hindi bw Hana

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are we are we good to go? Are you still tuning

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China with

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his maternal uncle? How was he? How was how was he his maternal uncle Hassan Bin Ali. So who was Hasina de la Juan's mother, father, mother, the Allahu Allah, who has talked him out of the law of war on his brother from another from the same mother. Who was it? Hyndman ebihara. So he's saying I asked my uncle. Yes.

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He used to disguise Look at this. What is this?

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What are the words of the Hadith?

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What kinda was soften will soften means

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someone who describes the key was the person who knew he always described everything of the Prophet because his language was

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very eloquent. He was a genius very good with words. Yes.

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God, what is he saying here? I was longing to hear something about the prophets that along with any wisdom, so many days that passed by, I was missing my grandfather and I just wanted to hear about him. So who did I go to?

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Someone who knew? Yes.

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A lot.

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Others also helped him with his voice, his face.

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He then described

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see here it says Imam Hassan.

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And it also says later on, you're going to read Imam Hussain or saying,

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this is a little tricky. This whole Imam has said in Memphis, and I know many of us do this, we may it becomes a habit that we say it. It's a little tricky. You know, what's tricky about this is that too, by the way?

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You know, it's tricky. Should I tell you guys, because someone may call them Imam, literally because they are leaders. And we all agree on that. segi Dasha Bobby, Alexander, they are the leaders of the youth of paradise. But the tricky part to it is, there are a group of people who hold the elevate certain family members of the Prophet I didn't say all family members of the Prophet What did I say?

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Very carefully. Certain family members of the prophet SAW said I'm in high esteem. And in them, they have this concept of imama, which is a doctrine. It's a doctrine, it's a faith of there's that there are people from the Prophet's family there are 12 people or depending on what what what what group of it you, you ascribe to where they say that these are people who have divine authority. And they then call those people Imam so and so Imam so and so Imam so and so. So when we call all the Sahaba by Omar, the last one, the last one, the respect we give to the Sahaba. my humble opinion is that we should maintain that same respect for the elevate as well. The family members of the prophet SAW

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said, Look, if I'm going to say fought him out of the alarm, if I'm going to call, the prophet said along with some other grandsons by their names, Abdullah, like we talked about earlier, or the prophets have a lot of sons own sons by Ibrahim, likewise, what should the other grandchildren Why should we why why is it that for Hassan percent of the Allahumma, we say Imam Hassan and Imam Hussain, it seems, I'm not saying it's wrong, technically speaking, really, technically speaking, are we lying in any way are the moms? Of course they're the moms. I mean, there's no one that doubts that. But there is like this hidden doctrine within the statement that you have to be a little

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careful of anyway, a little side point shuttle.

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Interesting, Hudson thought that I will tell Hussein, about what I just learned about the description of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says, right when I was about to tell him, given the news of what I heard, what happened? I found that for St. already knew it. Oh,

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you know, just as I was missing the Prophet, he was missing the profit. And he already found out Yes.

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Even though leave out anything.

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This is how you save your marriages. By the way.

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This is how you save your sanity. You don't dedicate all of your time to one thing, you distribute your time, a portion of his time was with for himself with Allah subhanho wa Taala. A portion of his of his time was with his family, then a portion of his time was for himself. Yes.

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Well, is that all of my time? That's a good point. That's a really good point. The wife said that all of my time is spent time with my family. Why should you get your own time? So what's the answer to that?

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what's the answer to that?

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one's like, what the heck is wrong with these guys? Don't they know? The answer to that is very simple. Give your wife's time off.

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If this was a marriage class, I'd have a lot to say right now. Yes.

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And then look at this He further distributed so create like a little spider chart if you can. Honestly I want you to do this. Okay.

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So when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam entered the house, he did it as he distributed his portion into how many parts his time into three. The first was for between him and Allah The second was for him and his family.

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And the third was for himself, then himself where you do him then divided into two again. Then his time he distributed that into two for himself and one for the Sahaba. The Sahaba, when they visited him, he didn't let that infringe on his time with his family. That was family time. And when people came to visit him while he was at home, he would give them a portion of his own time. Yes.

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from them, from the fortunate

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according to their reports, from among those who came, some have some have to refinance or sell.

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one thing amazing about the prophets of Allah is some really swala I hope one day I can adopt this and all of us can adopt this. He was accessible. I've never read a narration whereas the hobby said, I tried to speak to the prophet and I was blocked out by his gatekeepers, you know, by his program coordinators, someone came in hijacked him after the lecture and stuffed him into a car and ran away with him. You guys want to talk to him? All right.

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we didn't. We didn't we didn't experience that. We wanted to speak to the Prophet of Allah, what would happen?

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If we spoke to him? It was simple. He was accessible. Yes.

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He used to say,

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because sometimes you might convey something. And the other person who you convey it to may understand it better than you understand it. convey it to other people. Pass it on. Yes. Tweet and retweet. Yes.

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Allahu Akbar, if there is someone who needs something, but they're too shy to come and ask for it, what should you do? You should tell me that so and so person is struggling, because maybe they can come because their heart doesn't want them to come, but I can go and help them in return. Not only was he helping those that came to him, but he was actually actively

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searching for people who needed help. That's a whole different level of generosity. By the way, that's a whole different level of generosity. Yes.

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Unable to go for them alone, keep that person steadfast on the

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only important and beneficial matters we're discussing. He says, you have to listen to these matters.

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So hello, honey.

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Tasting something, what does that mean?

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The benefit is, or it could mean when they would come they would have a little bite with a profit. Or maybe they were dates there in the budget in particular, the inside would bring dates and hang them in the mosque. If anyone wanted. Somebody can take them. But it's more likely that this is talking about tech tasting something meaning they benefited from his knowledge. Yes.

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I like that. Yes.

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This was conversations we made.

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Did not waste his time and useless conversations.

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Oh, gosh, I don't even know where to start on this one. You know,

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I was talking to someone the other day, I don't know who it was a few of us. A few students were sitting together in class and they were telling me about this at the seminary. One of the lunch breaks and the guys were explaining to me how

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their What was it again? It was what do they call the shows where they follow people around with cameras.

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What reality TV shows? Yes. Right. They were telling me the router TV shows I said this is melayani even the whole thing you're supposed to stay away from things that don't relate to you. Apparently, the Kardashians have been followed now for years.

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If you didn't believe in the angels who write down your deeds, start believing them now.

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people know what you do, man. Honestly, time I logged into my Facebook. I checked my notification

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And they said someone liked my posts and I said, I haven't posted in a week. I checked that person like the post from eight years ago.

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Scoring down and down and down. And at that point, even your mouse is saying, Have mercy on me.

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He also chose

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be also protecting himself from people besides caution. Others to be cautious and privacy towards others. He was concerned for the affairs of his friends and made himself

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he praised

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he was positive, you know, praise good deeds, you're doing good keep doing the good You do? Yes.

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stuff. He follows a little pattern all nighters, he did not request the types of people it is possible, it is possible that they became unlikable out there for exceeded in a matter of faulting him

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for everything, there was a special arrangement, he did not fall back into

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the exceed

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in the eyes of

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everyone Well, the ones with your highest status with the eyes of

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confidence and

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this is very powerful by the way these last two sentences, the most beloved to the Messenger of Allah was the one who was there to help other people yes.

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Content regarding

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quietly began and ended all his studies

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when he went to a place he said when he found a place and also instructed the people to do so they should not leave over people's heads and go ahead it is a different matter that when

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that place became the focal point when the Prophet took a seat somewhere what would happen

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everyone would turn in that direction along

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with any person present that means whatever right

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there is a right in showing happiness to people he conveyed that he wasn't always just a Scrooge you know people that are screwed is they don't laugh. The prophet SAW them was always happy and keeping everyone happy you know gee

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Allah every person thought that the prophets of Allah while he was some honored him the most honored her the most like I said to you guys regarding Ramadan and also the last one yes

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some purpose or muscle muscle some remain seated to the person

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whenever one

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time fulfill that request,

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if you do not possess that the

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answer is this trophy.

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Where work for everybody not just for some people, his kindness was for everyone.

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You know, you read this description and tears come to your eyes. such an amazing person. such an amazing person.

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And honestly,

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no one would is graded, degraded, disgraced. What happens in our gatherings five minutes into the gathering? What do we do?

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Start insulting people start bullying people every gathering has it? You know, even in our religious gatherings Allah forgive us.

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who's always hidden? Unless the fault affected other people when someone commits a fault, what do you do? There's 100 eath, mon ra out and for satara hochanda command a Yama within the one who sees a fault and another and hides it will get the reward as if that person brought back to life. The girl that was buried alive.

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You know that's the reward for the 100 thieves, man sutra sutra. Hola. Whoever covers Allah subhanho wa Taala will cover for that person. Yes.

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Small ones were loved. The knees were given preference, strangers and travel

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There's record for a very happy society we're almost done let's just query this quickly. So now How does it know Mohammed Abdullah been busy been busy?

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Father or husband is a con cada

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uno de la Khurana cabildo de la de la jeptoo. Yes.

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Something minimal. Is there any meat on the foot?

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No, there's nothing no meat on there. I'll accept that too. Yes.

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Our time is such that I won't accept it unless a sirloin

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evenly marveled. Yes.

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Hydra Mohammed Abdullah Hong Kong and Mohammed bin Salman Khan, Angela de la Juan Carlos De Niro. sudo La Jolla Silesia beer occupant, but it all can be bubbling with a bit of zoning. Yes.

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He came walking. It was one of narration that says the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came along with Abu Bakr Siddiq, Guardiola one and they came to visit him because he was sick. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam walked all the way came to visit him. Hassan Abdullah Abdullah manakala Hadith and I won't call it

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a bill hater. Haytham Allah Takata, similar to use of Yusuf Abdullah Abdullah hypnic Solomon parsimony Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam uses a wild card anything he did he must

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have to live in Salaam anyone know who he is?

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The Jewish rabbi who accepted Islam he had a son yes this is unusual.

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Prophet named me Yusuf he looked at me saw my beauty and said this one right here is a

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beautiful names keep Beautiful Names of your kids don't keep back was meaningless names.

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While Cardinal he he he sat me in his lap and he rubbed his hand over my head you represent That's what you call showing love?

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Hydra is Hakuna masala Hydra without

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recourse she you honest analyst in America long

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enough in Qatif Wakata Rama

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Rama is the hero hero to Karla big we have at NASA Martha valaria

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said a lot of stuff

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sort of loaded so

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how does the nice Hakuna monsoon Kala ha da da da da da da da Mama saboten bonanni Tabitha Neale bonanni an awesome him in an awesome in a while. And honestly Monica de la Juan hayata and the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. zakharova viennoiserie then Allah,

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Allah, Allah Allah Allah, Allah Allah.

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Allah Tabitha, for similar to understand your code Macedonia Lita Iman daruwalla use na vi to buy a lasagna? Yes.

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A tailor as a tailor going to be a wealthy person.

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Unless they're like doing $5,000 suits in downtown New York. tailoring doesn't pay top dollar You know? So tell the person the average person he invited the purpose of allowing them Yes.

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3030 that's been defined translated yes to 30 I don't know if we can translate us to 30 is a dish the Arabs would make it was actually the Prophet salallahu audio someone's favorite dish he used to love it. In one narration he said for the last 30 the Alaska Tom COVID Allah insha Allah in Missa, or one narration the opposite way around? favela Ayesha Allah Azza Nisa, cassava 30 the other side of town that the honor of eyeshadow the Aloha Anna over the rest of the women is like 30 that has over all other foods.

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That's a real food passion right there guys.

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It was this it was a they would take bread.

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They would cook it into the sauce. There was a lot of fat in there and generally they would use fat to cook it and generally it would have a lot of meat. The the characteristic of 30 was that it would have a lot of meat. Yes.

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gourd anyone know what what is the buck?

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We call it Kudu.

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It's from the pumpkin family. Yes, Gord.

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And it's been Malik actually he's seen the Prophet and the Prophet is surging to the plate and is picking up the gourd is picking up a piece eating and pick up another piece eating it even though he himself

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They don't like it but because the Prophet liked it, he said, You know what, I started liking it too.

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Now, look at the humbleness of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam where a person average person from the community is inviting them he's accepting going and enjoying the meal. Yes.

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Because the Prophet liked it. So because he liked it.

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Amazing, he said because he liked it. I convinced myself when I told myself I had to like it too.

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And I acquired his taste buds. I started to like what he started liking. This may sound a little tricky, but trust me it's possible. You know, sometimes you might notice that your mother likes something my mother she used to like drinking this drink with ginger in there.

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And I kid you not the first time I had it, I thought it was like

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then I was like, you know what my mom likes. So let me try it again. Let me try it again. And then after drinking it a few times you know what I should liking it?

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My mom used to always eat vegetables because she was previously Hindu. So they have vegetarian diet so when she became Muslim even then she used to always make vegetables so when I was young I used to think to myself man, this is going to be the rest of my life

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really she used to make meat by the way she used to misuse really enjoy making her dr. oz and all this other like you know,

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vegetable stuff. But after a period what happens?

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You begin to enjoy it. Yes

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Hassan Mohammed is fine.

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Up in sala

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de Maria. Maria

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Amata pardot parody Isla de la Mancha kanayama Rasulullah sallallahu. Sanofi bt call it cannabis Shira mineral Bashi human being Yes, Lisa, who Lucia who is the minister who is

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my wife always causes it to me. She always close it. This look this. Yes, I tell her.

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Yes. And that's the truth. All jokes aside, this is what the purpose of the law is that almost a human being. Now I'm not going to say he would he served himself looked after himself the prophets of Allah while he was to them. In one narration, it says he passed his own clothes, perhaps most of them you know, he would help in cleaning the home. This was what the prophet said a lot of audio sent him was he never viewed himself above cleaning or above taking care of mundane day to day responsibilities, played a very beautiful chapter like every other chapter in the shivalik lumped in with Rahmatullah Yachty for that a loss of pantothenic is Baraka and accepts this is the end of my

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journey with you all tomorrow I traveled out of country for a whole month so I asked you all to make law for me inshallah, I made a law that your journey that continues with studying the sila is a beautiful one in sha Allah and inshallah your study of the Ceylon the smile continues for the rest of your life. You continue reading it again and again. I hope that each of you have

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created a special taste for see Donna and you're beginning to enjoy it more and more. And if you're enjoying it now wait till Sheldon Nasr gets back. He's the OG he's originally just a filler. So when he teases you guys you'll enjoy it much more. inshallah. When is the last time that except from y'all said I want a quote.