Beautiful Patience Surah Yusuf

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AR you don't want to stop

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when old will be let him in surely a fusina will say it

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will follow howdy Allah

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ilaha illallah wa

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ala watch how do I know Mohammed Abu

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Omar haka to party well as the Moto naila to Muslim oh yeah you Hannah sutra Pura como la de la comida

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Kathy you know when he

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he was out

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in Omaha, la Cooperativa

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de la Polo Colin said either useless Kumar young fella como de novo, Maya Sula, who

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was an OB man

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who likes stories that raise your hand.

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Everybody likes stories, okay?

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Everyone likes stories. We all like stories. And we have the best story today.

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The best story that has ever been told.

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The best story is a story of the Prophet Mohammed Salah.

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But the best story ever told from beginning to the end,

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in the best way possible, is a story of proper use about a setup.

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Because Allah subhanho wa Taala says, by the

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Oh, hyena, Viva

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COVID de la

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FEA. The the best stories are the stories that are lost.

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But Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions this story or mentions this verse at the beginning of this story to indicate this is the best story. Now why isn't the best story

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because the loss of Hannah Hannah

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also is the most eloquent of all speeches the word of Allah subhanaw taala.

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And so Allah subhanho wa Taala says natural

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process us, surely we relate to you the pneus of

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the process means it is not fables or fairy tales, or things that are fake. No process can only be true. When you say this sauce, those are story you can make up when you sell us. These are true stories. True story is not always a true, but it's full of lessons. And so you can read that story one time, two times three times, and you will never get enough then you can keep on reading and you always benefit. And you always extract something new to live to use in your daily life. And this story, everyone can relate to

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the father's can relate to it's his father, the children can relate to it, the travelers can relate to it, the characters can relate to it, the woman can relate to it, the men can relate to it, the prisoners can relate to it. Everyone in society can extract parts from this story and benefit from it. And you know, we know that this is the best story. And so it is also told in the best possible way. And if it is told in the best possible way. If you want to be the best, you have to imitate the best, right? You have to copy the best. So when Hollywood wants to get people's attention, they copy the best also.

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They have to copy you know the beginning of a story right at the beginning of a story movie. You see sometimes this guy running right

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rendering, do some shooting. And then please silence all over. And then there's dogs chasing this guy. And there's a big scar on this guy's face across the screen. And then all of a sudden somebody dies. And then two people are having breakfast.

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Members sitting down having breakfast and you're thinking, what this happened

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like it caught your attention was so interesting. And then it got to the attention.

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This to grab your attention. So right from the beginning, from the very beginning

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of this story of this surah Allah tells us

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elbow I shall

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call him out.

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God, I remember when use of said to his father, so I remember this is the beginning scene. Remember that at the beginning when I said sometimes these movies start off like that. You don't know who that guy with a Scarface? Why is he being chased? Why is that? Why the dogs chasing him? What happened? But if you listen through the story through the movies, okay, that's who he was. That's why he was being chased. That's where the guards were after that everything starts to become clear. But he got your attention from the beginning, right? So what's the first scene here? The first scene, you're in the middle of a desert, and the desert desert, a Philistine.

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A boy comes to his father. And this boy is very, very, very, very

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well mannered. With his father. He says, his loved one tells us when you said to his father, yeah, I've

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been near it too. I had a cold cover. I thought well, I saw a loving stars. Then I saw the moon. The sun and the moon are prostrating to me. And so you're wondering the sun, the moon prostrating? What does this all mean?

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What does this all mean? When a lot of symbolism here, a lot of things here? What is this story about? Let me find that one. Let's continue reading. So it grabs your attention from the very beginning.

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And so this is the beginning of the story about the use of a salon. So boy comes and listen to what he says to his father. He says we had it, which was Oh my dear father. That's how you speak to your father. You speak to him kindly and nicely. You never raise your voice above your father's voice. And you speak to him and ask him if you need something, you come to your father.

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Then when you come to your father that can give you good advice. You don't go to your friends. The first person you should go to is your father's link to your father. And Father should be that way. Also, fathers should be kind to their children and earn the trust of their children so that when they get into problems when they have problems, they don't go to their friends. Because when they go to their friends, they are not going to get the best advice. So you have to earn the trust of your father. So this father has earned the trust of his son to the point where whatever he feels that bothers him. He comes to his father, he doesn't go to other people. So he comes to his father

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because he has seen this dream. These Oh my dear father, Indian or he had a coke. I saw 11 stars, but 11 stars, the sun and the moon are prostrating to me. What is the song?

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And son, his father that says

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oh my children.

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He said

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look at

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and look at how the father speaks to the child. old ideas.

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Oh, my beloved Son, would you say yeah, Buddha is not as good for will somebody smile as someone who loves this is what you use that so you speak into, you know, everything that's small, right? Small smiles, like something you love. It's just, you know, lovely, lovable. So he says oh my God sent only my beloved son javaone

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Do not repeat this dream to your brothers for Yaki du Lac Acadia, when did they will plot surely plot their plots?

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mubi surely the shape form towards mankind is a clear

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which which he knows his father as a prophet and messenger. Now who is better than who is

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there in linage

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more noble in Lenin,

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who's the most noble in

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the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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has asked the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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Who is the most normal? No.

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So the prophets of the lifesum said,

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a criminal commander is

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the most noble viewer, almost awkward, he says, No, no, we're not asking about that. If that's the case, you're not asking what I mean, noble, most noble, and let it then its use of he is a prophet. He is a sign of a prophet who's his father, brother yaku, who is the Son of God, who's the who's the son of a prophet, who is his heart, who is the son of a prophet also. Prophet Abraham, Subhana. Allah, they get this lineage. And you know what? He was very, very handsome. And why not? Because his mother, or great great grandmother also was very beautiful. Also, remember when she came into to Egypt, the wife of Prophet Abraham sorrow? What does that say? A woman has entered Egypt, the likes

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of which we've never seen before and beauty,

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never seen in beauty before. To the point where the, the king wanted her for himself. He wanted her for himself. Of course, the loss of a hand has lost joy but Allah subhanho wa Taala protected her right but she was very beautiful. And of course, the line the Prophet lineage of prophethood they are beautiful and character and manners to manage from this lineage was prophet use of it some very, very handsome, to the point where the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he met him in the in the Knights of its allies and allies on the way up to meet Allah subhanho wa Taala. He met him he said,

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I saw him and I saw that he had been given half a beauty Subhana Allah have a beauty? No, that means I have a beauty. With all the beauty that's available, he took half of himself. And you know everything else, all the beauty of this leftover, we're sharing it right now between all of us. And after I was born, I don't know how much is left.

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So the Prophet Prophet, Yusuf Alayhi, Salam was also was extremely handsome. And his father had 12 sons. He was the he was the there was a, there was a he was the one that was from a different mother, along with another brother of his by the name of Binyamin. And so these were, these were the, the brothers are 12 brothers, and his brothers,

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his brothers, they felt the Prophet, Prophet Yaqoob left a more loved prophet Yusuf Alayhi Salam more, for the use of was just and he was fair. But sometimes you know, the love, you can't really control that when the love and the person's heart You have to be fair to your children, that sometimes you can't control that level. And so

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he warns his child, his son, and he knows what this dream means. He's a prophet also. And he knows what this dream means. He says, Don't tell you. I'll tell you brothers. Why? Because the Shakedown will come between you and your brothers. In the chiffon he doesn't blame his brothers. He ran the shape on and the shape on is our enemy. The you know the shaitan is a super villain.

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You know that he's a supervillain forget about Batman. Let me ask you something. Okay. If you had a view if you had to choose a power

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if you had this to the superpower, which one would you want? What form would you want to do? You want to have you want to fly you want to shoot lasers from your eyes? Which

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which one would you want?

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You want to be super strong, like Incredible Hulk strong or would you want

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to have hump day your superhero ready, as it was, but what power extra if you could choose pick one.

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great luck.

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I don't know that

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I need to keep up with the ties with you guys. I don't know this, but anyways, okay, you're the supervillain

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What? What powers does he have? He has something that's very powerful shape on

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the police and shape on.

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If you were to choose a superpower, you know it's good to be invisible.

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Do you know why? Okay, some people say okay, but I want to fly. Well, if you want to fly, if you're invisible, you can take an airplane you want. Yes, and nobody can see you. You can take any airlines, you want to take first class if you want. If you don't want to go to the airport, go to them, go to the Oh, you don't want to line up. You don't have to just go to the airport, take the plane by yourself, you know, we shouldn't be talking about.

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Okay, let's forget that. Okay, we get that example. Right.

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So we, what would you want? If you were invisible, it doesn't matter how strong the other guy is, right? I mean, if a person if I was invisible, if I were invisible, if I was invisible, and the other guy was strong, he can't see me. I slap him upside down.

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Like I slapped him. He doesn't know where I am. Like, yeah, he can't see me. Do you understand? If you're invisible, that's really, really powerful.

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And he believes in his kind must agenda. Shelton in know who we are all come who are far below him and

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he is his kind. He believes in his kind. They can see you from where you cannot see them. Allah has given them that. And by the way, you can't see the jinn in their natural form.

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And that's why the missionary Rahim Allah He said, Whoever claims have seen the jinn meaning in their natural form. He's a lawyer don't don't take his testimony is a law you can't see them in a natural form. Don't think Oh, god, no. Oh, that didn't look like this. No. He's invisible. They're invisible. They only take but they can take forms. Just like this. For example, you see electricity? Sometimes it's running through some of the wires, right? Do we see it? When you touch it? Do you feel it? Yeah, don't touch it. Okay, I'm just an example. You will definitely feel it right. But then when it runs through the TV, what do you see?

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You can see anything you want.

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Right? change anything. But then when you go like this, what happens?

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Know when you searched, sparks fly out and can cause fires? What are the generator?

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Fire, they can take any form they want. But you can't see it. Because electricity is going through there. Do you see it? Is it? I'm not saying the gym is electricity. It's a form of fire. You're saying the essence of it. So

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you understand they're invisible? Why did I make them invisible?

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So you can't get scared?

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Is a test that he gave us.

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Allah made the jinn and the Shelton invisible. So that you will realize that no one can help you except Allah.

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nobody can help you except Allah. No one. No one can help you against them except Allah. So you seek protection from Allah, you seek protection in Allah from them. ask Allah, Allah He means

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he's a law is the only one who can help you. You don't have the strength against them. You can protect yourself against them. So whenever you're scared, turn to Allah because only he can help you. Because even the greatest security service they can help you against the jinn.

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Only Allah subhanho wa Taala to let you know that, to return to Allah, to realize that when you seek refuge in Allah, because you can't see them, they're supervillain but you have a law. And if you have a law, you don't need anybody else. Allah has enough for you always enough for you. And so you seek refuge in a law whenever you're scared. You seek refuge in the law. Whenever you need something, you ask a law.

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And so you turn to Allah subhanho wa Taala and then he tells his son, brother yaku, he advises the son he says, work

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and that's how your Lord

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has chosen you. Stick into the sun. He has chosen you.

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He is favored upon you while you are leaving come into wheeling ease

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He has taught you. So what is this? This is something that's very important when Allah loves somebody, when Allah wants goodness for that person, does he make him rich?

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necessarily? No.

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Because there are a lot of people who are very, very rich, but they never made to do to Allah and Allah does not love them maybe

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it's not an indication just because you have a lot of money, it does not mean that Allah loves you. Well, what is indication that Allah wants goodness for you? Allah gives you knowledge.

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maturity, love will be how you run your COVID-19 whomsoever Allah wants goodness for him, he makes him understand this Deen. He makes them understand religion, he makes them become a strong Muslim.

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Next and know the halal, and

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then he helps him to follow that. Look at danika GTV, corrupt book, where you are lemo came into vilella idea. And none of its proper use of was given something else extra.

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You know, you can study to see if

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you can study and get a diploma in different aspects of knowledge. But there's one thing, one branch of knowledge

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that you cannot study and be a professional at it.

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It's only by the gift of luck that you get it.

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What is it?

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The interpretation of dreams. It's a gift from Allah subhanho wa Taala. So not only does he have knowledge, but this is the bonus for prophet Yusuf alayhi salam.

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Now unlike all the others is the bonus where you will come into we live ideas where you Timonium, a koala Alia who, like he completed his blessings upon you and upon the children of who. And so he knew the interpretation of dreams. And you know, the one of the things that people like, right, people like to know the future, don't they? Everyone likes the future. So everyone likes to every community, every culture, they know that dreams can mean something, because they've experienced dreams, and they see something, and then they see it happening. But there are different types of dreams. There are dreams that are from the shell team.

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So when you have a nightmare, and you get scared because of the nightmare of this thing chasing you that thing chasing you, lions and tigers and bears all night,

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chasing you, and you're scared, or you see something disgusting, and you wake up and you're sweating. That's from the shape.

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So you seek refuge in Allah subhanho wa Taala you split to your left, I'm not talking about spitting Okay, dry spirit or

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spirits, somebody who was leaving whoever's leaving Next, you know, just dry spittle, and then you seek refuge in Allah and then change the position of sleep. Change your position. That's if you have nightmares, and nightmares are from the shale thing. And then you have what's called Hadeeth, enough subconscious thoughts. What are subconscious thoughts? subconscious thoughts are things that you were doing in the daytime. And then at nighttime, when when you go to sleep, it comes up when it comes up. And so it's like, for example, your boss was mean to you at work, right? And then you have a dream that you're the boss. Yeah, keep with just a dream, keep dreaming.

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That's from your subconscious thoughts. And you're thinking about this and thinking about that. And then there is one that is from a loss.

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And the dreams that are from Allah subhanho wa Taala are glad tidings that Allah subhanho wa Taala gives to a person. And these dreams, sometimes they're very clear. And you know, the meaning we wake up and you know the meaning. And sometimes it's not so clear. Sometimes you have to interpret it. Sometimes it's symbolic, and you have to interpret it. So wait, wait, you said I can't interpret dreams? How do you know though? How do we know who can interpret dreams or not? We have to ask you have to find out who has been given the gifts who are a who's able to interpret dreams. And you may ask them it's like asking him for a factor but you can't lie about dreams. Okay? It's not

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permissible to lie, even when you're dreaming about dreams are not allowed. You're not allowed to lie. So when you see symbolism, why is it that you can I read a book doesn't mean no book about about dreams.

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You know, any books about interpretation of dreams?

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If you see in my very famous book, right, right, very famous book that's attributed to Ignacio attributed to a new city. The strongest opinion is that it's not

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and you can't have wait

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You can only speak about certain things, but you cannot learn about interpretation of dreams from a book. Do you know why? Because every society has different symbolism for different things. So a person who interpret dreams has to know that society, that's the know what it means. And Heston, he understands the dean, and he knows what it means, according to that person, of his, his, his life and so forth his situation in terms of what does this mean in that society? Because for example, you know, colors mean different things to different different societies? You know, colors.

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certain colors are considered bad, like in certain countries, but it's good in certain countries. Like for example, white, what is white mean?

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White say some give me

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peace, maybe and purity. Right? purity cleanliness. Yeah. For us, right? For our culture. Yes. You know, if somebody sees the same thing, the white in Southeast Asia means death

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ends at White, in Southeast Asia, or in Asian countries, it means death. So it's a different so you know, do you guys know? Um, do you guys know the slogan? What can? What can brown do for you? Which company says what can brown do for you?

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ups? Right? What can brown do for you? Do you know why they chose Brown?

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They chose brown after extensive studies,

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after extensive studies of the different cultures of the world, and they found the only color that had no bad connotation connected to it was brown.

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Because if they chose white,

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and then you deliver to Southeast Asia, there's a white box, I'm getting UPS and FedEx for me this time.

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That's bad luck, man. He's bringing over white box, no way I'm getting ups. Right, people are not gonna use ups in that country, or whatever. whatever color you choose, you're gonna be trouble. It's an international company, you got to choose a neutral color that doesn't have any bad connotation connected to it. So they found out Brown was the only color.

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So they said they chose brown as their color. Because it's such an international company. So what I'm getting to is that you can't really read a book and say, Okay, this is what it means. Because for that person, it might not mean that

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you know, like, one time for example, in, in Southeast Asia, a person comes, he's asking about the meaning of a dream. And he said the dream was

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the dream was he had fried rice and white rice, the rice alternative course, and the fried rice and white rice, right.

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And so he says, I wanted fried rice, but in my dream, they kept on taking the white rice of fried rice away from me. They come since eat the fried rice.

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Obviously, the white rice or white rice on it, says what does that mean?

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So I said, You know what? You're not gonna get married this year. You want to get married rice. Yeah, but you're not gonna get married this year, no matter how hard you try next year, because the person said, next year, you get the fried rice. So this means next year, we're gonna get married, says okay. And next year, he did get married. He tried hard to get married that year.

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But you know, that it didn't work out. And he was planning to get married that year. But he was it didn't he wasn't able to work out. What is it and that society see fried rice? That's marriage, because that's when they eat, but you know, and then this society, maybe it was a pizza. Yeah, or

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You know, it might be something else the understand is different. So interpretation or dream is something that a lot gifts to a person who is pious and righteous and Allah has given him something extra. And so Allah Subhana Allah blessed him, and Allah subhanho wa Taala blessed him also with a loving father, and an understanding father. And so his brothers, they plot against the ad they speak to their father, in the brothers of Prophet Yusuf says, they say is Bahlul I also for a while who have

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been mean, wanna know Rosa, in

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Ruby? I remember when you when the brothers abusive when they said to they said indeed, our brother's more beloved to our mother or father than us and we are close by We are a group many other large group was more beneficial right? What does he love him more? Why does he love me so use of work in a field or a movie and surely our father sure

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I mean, he's wrong in doing that, and loving him more. First of all the fathers just. But

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now, but what do they want to do? So they're plotting, so what are they plot? They want to get rid of us.

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They want to get rid of us of thinking that if they get rid of yourself, then their father will love them alone. That's what they think. Okay, so they think that so what did they try? They tried to get rid of use of now? What Why are they trying to do that?

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What do they want? What's the objective?

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What's the objective?

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So what do they want? Now?

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What do they want?

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Why do they want to kill him?

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But why do they want to kill him? If they can? What would happen?

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They want to earn the love of their father. They understand they want to earn the love of their fathers, that's something good to try to earn the love of your father. No, you don't want your father's love you lose your father. Who's your father? You don't want your father to love you.

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Yeah, yes. You don't want Yes, you do.

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Yeah, of course, you want your father to love you, who doesn't want their parents to love them? It's actually something good. What they are looking for is good. But what is that? What? What means? Are they using the way they're trying to get that good, objective is wrong.

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The means is wrong. And if it's wrong, then it's not permissible. You should try to do it the correct way. So what should they have done instead of trying to get rid of you? So what should they have done?

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What should they have done? They should have come closer to a law.

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They should have made you onto a law and be more obedient to Allah. When they come closer to Allah when Allah loves a person what happens? Because gibreel

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the angel, the most noble of the angels

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gibreel to the Moses like the Prophet, some of them to all of us, his status, the mercy angels, he calls you bill and he tells you below jabril I love so and so. So love him. So philosopher loves like for example, you What's your name?

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What is it? Amen. So, Allah loves Iman jabril

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I love

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so deeply loves Iman. And not only that, Allah orders dividends to announce to all in the heavens

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Subhana Allah, do you know how much is in the heavens? by name, your name will be announced. I'm not talking about cnn here. Okay. Forget about cnn did the heavens, billions and billions of angels. They hear Allah loves a man.

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So love him also, and all those

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and then he will be accepting a lower rate acceptance for him on Earth. When you earn the love of Allah.

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If you want

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to earn someone's love, you do it through earning the love of Allah

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by being obedient to Him. So don't go beat up your brother just because your father maybe loves the other person more No, you turn to Allah.

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You turn to a law, increase your prayers, increase your suddenness and inshallah Allah will love you. And the love will make your father love you.

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That's the way that the brothers should have done. That's the method they should have taken, but they took the wrong method. And so the means don't justify the end the ends. don't justify the means. The means have to be helpful. Also, it has to be something that's good for a lot to accept. You cannot try to please your mother by doing something displeasing to her in the process. Like for example, using the wrong means. Let's say for example, you want to

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you want to help your father or you want to help your mother wash the dishes. And so the dishes are in the sink. And your father Your mother is mopping the floor. Right? What's your objective?

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cleaning the dishes? Is your mother gonna be happy to clean the dishes? Yes, he's gonna be really happy. Okay, you go to the dishes, or you go to his kitchen, your mother's in the way you push her aside.

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What's your mother going to do?

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No, she take them off. And if you're nice, you don't care about the dishes anymore to take the dishes.

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What are you trying to do? And you said I was only trying to wash the dishes, yes, but don't take improper means, do it correctly you know, you can cause a greater harm because you have a a noble objective, no, you have to do things correctly do things right, all of that has to be correct, it has to be acceptable also. And so,

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the brothers decided to take profit use have to take their brother use of a salon and they have already gathered.

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The Time goes so fast.

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So they have already taken prophet Yusuf alayhi salam, and they decided to take proper use of Allah Salaam, to to go out and play. And they decided to kill him, not to kill him, but they decided to put them in a well, one of the one of the brothers said No, do not kill him. Why? Because instead of in a well, you know, thrown in, well can it can survive, because if you don't, if you take him you leave him outside or so he might be killed. So I just throw my well he has water you can live longer, right? So they decided to throw him in a while. And when they throw when they bring him they asked the father but the Father loves profit use of a lot and he doesn't trust the brothers with

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him. But they eventually they're able to convince the father to go to let him go. So they go to they go to the well.

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And they drop him. They put him into the well. They take off his shirt, right to take off his shirt, and they put him into the well.

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And the loss of Hannah Montana says, telling us what they did. for them. The Habu de YG Maru

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la tuna.

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BM re him had.

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And so when they brought him and they agreed to throw him into the well notice where the loss of assets are here, there are lots of how to describe what happened.

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Did he describe it in detail? No, he didn't describe it in detail.

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When people did think things bad he didn't describe it in detail at all. Why? Because when people see something in detail, they tend to imitate it. And that's why the violence on TV. That's why the Haram thing you see on TV if you keep on watching a lot of people watch it. They tend to imitate it.

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They don't so you don't describe that people understand already. He didn't describe they were pushing him they threw him in No.

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He just says they agreed. And then when they put them into the well didn't mention anything bad or anything like that. Because otherwise you'll be teaching, you'll be teaching criminals

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teaching people how to do bad things. So this is the beauty of the poor and also so Allah Subhana tells us when they get to, they throw them into the well.

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This is what a lost man does. For people who are pious and righteous and obedient to the to Allah and the parents.

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The love takes care of them. Imagine how scared he is his own brothers and throwing into the depths of the well. It is dark in the wow there's nobody there. But a law is

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the law love reveals to him well hyena

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la healer tuna

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know whom and we reveal to him a law reveals to Prophet Yusuf Alayhi Salam that he's scared a lot calms him down. Was he afraid right now? What are some of the things that he's you might be thinking if you're in a world where you're thinking you're gonna die, right? You're thinking you're never gonna see your father again. You're never gonna see your brother again. What's gonna happen but I lost us no less lead to nab the n.

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b am re M has

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you or use of you will tell them of this of what they did here to you. So what does that mean? You will tell him what they did to you. That means how use of you will tell them what they did to you, meaning you will have a higher status. When you tell them you will have a higher status than them. And when you tell them that means you're not going to die because you'll meet them again. And when you tell them you will get again be joined with your family because you will not be separated forever. There will come a time when you will be joined again with them. Be patient led to not be unknown. bmdm has a while home law yes

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on why they will not even know. Meaning you will tell them

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you understand you will have the opportunity and you will have the upper hand.

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So loss of

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a loss of power reveals to him. So you turn to Allah. Why because he turns to a lot of times of need. A lot turns to you, when you're in need, you be obedient and whenever you're in need a law will strengthen you to have a life.

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Yeah, this coefficient,

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no ally, in times of ease, the love will know you're in times of hardship. So this is a time you know, to be obedient to Allah. And whenever you have difficulties, Allah will always be there for you.

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So the brothers go back.

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And they have gone back to their father. They go at nighttime. A lot lots of hands on it says, well,

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and so they come to their father crying. What kind of tears? These are fake tears, crocodile tears. So just because somebody cries does not mean they're telling the truth. Okay? You have to understand that. Just because somebody cries, they're not telling doesn't mean they're telling the truth. Okay? Because there are different tears. You have fake tears, crocodile tears, then you have real tears of sorrow and sadness. And then you have tears of happiness. Also, you have tears of happiness. Also, just because somebody's crying. Sometimes people are so happy they start to cry.

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Right? So that's why, just because somebody cries does not mean they're very sincere. So from this, they're faking. But why do they come at nighttime?

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Because they want to hide their lies. Because at nighttime they shot is when the horizon is already dark. And you can't see there in those days. They didn't have lights like us, okay. You come late. And so because their father will No, they won't, he will know what they have done. Just from their faces. So they don't want they know that. And so they come at nighttime, and they say they come crying. And so they say to him, oh, yeah, bye.

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the world.

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Tabby, moo, meaning

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all we have an old father in heaven and a stubby poet.

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And we went our Father, we went racing, and we left us with our belongings. And a wolf devoured him.

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A wolf, devour him.

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And so before when they took him, they said, that they wanted to make use of and one of the things that Prophet prophet yet Pope said was, I was afraid, I'm afraid that a wolf might devour him. So they use that same excuse. So this shows that they show something.

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You know, when a person lies,

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you can detect their lies, because you can't cover your lies. A person is not smart enough to commit a regular normal person, human being is not smart enough to commit the perfect crime.

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So when you lie, people will always be able to figure it out.

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If they really want to, that's why you have criminality. You see, when you lie, you there's always something that you forget. And then you have to cover another lie which makes it worse. And then you have to cover the other lies. So one lie leads to another lie, so don't ever lie.

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Because lies will only lead to more lead to more lies.

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That's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Be truthful. Be truthful, it can be said, Because being truthful leads to righteousness and piety.

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And righteousness and piety leads to paradise. And a person will continue to tell the truth always, until he's written in the sight of Allah as a truthful person. And a person will lie, and he will continue to lie. And of course, he's gonna need more lies and he gets in the habit of lying and always lying. And so he'll be written and lying leads to fooled leads to sins, do bad things. And you continue to lie and tell. It will be written in the sight of Allah that you're a liar. Do you like a lot to no label you a liar.

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Allah on the Day of Judgment

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Would you like to sit here that allows us to get

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in front of everybody?

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Or you are

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in front of everyone? Don't lie. And Muslim always tells the truth. And so he comes. And he says, Look, listen to what they say. Okay to him. They say we left they left us up and what do they say?

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Amina Lana, Allah

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Subhana Allah Odisha

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What am I enter the moment Elena, you would not believe us? Even if we were truthful means Okay, we're lying. But even if we were truthful, see, they don't realize that they're telling that they're lying.

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The analysis of hannula the this also shows what? That the children of profit, yeah, are good people.

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They're not good liars.

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They're not professional liars. Professional liars can tell you lies and like, straight in the face like this. Like, he's not, these are not these are actually good people.

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The children are good people, but that the Shakedown came and made that jealousy.

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And don't be jealous of anyone. Why? Because Allah has given it to that person, whatever he has, Allah has given it to him. If you want to ask from Allah.

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Don't be jealous of the other person.

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It says you as if you say you're alone, you don't know him.

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How could you say such a thing? Oh, Lord knows you. Maybe if you had $3 million, like he did, you would be in Las Vegas, not in the mustard right now.

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Right, so don't be jealous of that person is richer than you.

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Allah loves you. And maybe that's why he didn't give you that much money because he knows you can't handle it. And the other person maybe can handle it.

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Allah knows best and He is the Creator for you and he knows what's best for you and put your trust in the law. You don't need to be jealous Allah gave it to him even if he wanted. If Allah do want to give to him, he wouldn't have gotten it. So you're objecting to what Allah has decreed.

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Allah has decreed that Allah has favored him. Allah has favorite prophet Yusuf alayhi salam. So if you want, then turn to Allah, because Allah is the one. So don't be jealous of your brothers. Don't be jealous of your sisters. Don't be jealous of your friends. Don't be jealous your aunts and uncles and cousins and so forth. Turn to Allah when you need anything. That's what we should do. And so

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the loss of hanworth Allah tells us now listen to what they did.

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Look at the evidence that they bring. What

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they bring a shirt

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with smeared in black,

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below Harlem, how they got the blood on their butt that they have a shirt smeared with blood. Okay, so the blood so profit Yeah. whoopsies the shirt. Remember, when you lie? cover up all your lines, okay. So they bring and then the prophet SAW him when he's telling us he tells us he tells the companions he said when profit Yeah.

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And profit. Yeah. Oh, sees that. He says My, what a merciful wolf. This is

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He is merciful enough to devour before he devours proper use of he takes off his shirt and then the virus and then put the shirt back on.

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Why? Because there are no holes no tear in the shirt.

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Like how can I develop because they forgot because this is fake.

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A wolf did not devour him. So they got caught lying. And probably use the boob knows that they're lying. But the father is so patient. And he says Allah

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for so come

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Jamie in Walla

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Walla Walla tacoman Phu Kham amaura indeed your own soul your own cells can call it this you made it up. He knows that they're lying. But does he yell and scream?

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He says As for me, for Sabo.

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Jeremy there's different types of patients okay? is patience and then the sub sub region. What is a sub demean a southern Janine number one you don't complain

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To anyone, you don't look for sympathy from anyone,

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you don't look for sympathy from the people, some people when something happens to them, they start telling everyone in hopes of brother or sister, and they're looking for that Southern Janina, you don't look for sympathy from anyone, but you turn to Allah alone.

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And that's why, at the end, in the most probably I know as the end, when the most beautiful scenes of profit of total use of solar will have will stop in a minute, I have a bad reputation in Seattle, you know, you know what they say in Seattle.

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You know what they say in Seattle, they say in Seattle that

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never give a woman a telephone or stateville body a microphone.

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That's what they say. I hope the reputation doesn't follow me. But

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you know, in front of in the story of Prophet Yusuf alayhi salam, one of the most powerful seen

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is at the end, when prophet ye old has lost prophet Yusuf. And then Binyamin is gone. He's captured an Easter, he's in Egypt, then the eldest son has also gone, he has imposed an exile upon himself here. So he's lost his three most beloved sons. It's already enough that he has lost the most beloved. Then Allah tested him again, the second one, and then a lot Testament, the third three sons.

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And he's old.

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And then he, then he, what does he do?

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When they come to him? And he hears the news. Allah says, what

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are your songs? Have

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been trying?

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new phone work led?

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That's a very important point. Yeah. Porn verse. Why did a lot say that? Because he's not complaining to people. He turns away from the people and he's turning to a law. That's a suburb of Jamil You don't look for sympathy from the people you turn to Allah alone. So he turned from them away from his grandchildren and his children and so forth his family, he turns away from this as Oh, the sorrow of the loss of use of and he cries and by the way, crying does not nullify beautiful patients. You know why? When does a person cry?

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A person cries when they know that they can't do anything else. You know, when you take a piece of candy from a child, what does he do? What's the first thing that he does? No, not yet. He doesn't cry right away. Yes. He tries to take it back. Right? If he's able to take it back, he won't cry. But as soon as he knows is out of his hands. He has no one else his strongest weapon left. That's

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right. That's the strongest weapon and that's why you guys are probably listening also. Right. Sometimes your wives are when they when they need something when they want something, and you're not gonna buy it for them. And they don't have enough money to buy themselves. They use one last weapon that they have, and it breaks your heart.

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What do they do? They cry because they have no cooking.

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They break their that's the last weapon right? Last one, we'll have a cry. Why? Because when you're crying, you're saying I have no one else except you.

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This out of my power.

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I can't, I don't have anything else. So he turns away from them. Any cry so much that he becomes blind

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because of the sadness for Hookah lean, but he

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doesn't yell and scream. This is part of beautiful patients. And then the children hear him and they say, Oh,

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you're so sad.

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coo coo,

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coo. So

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they say, by a law you're going to continue to remember use of hot data corner

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until you become weak and feeble. otaku nemen olalekan or until you die. When are you going to stop it's over with.

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So they feel sorry for him? Well, you know, they're compassionate towards their, their father and their grandfather because it's the whole family. You

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know, we love you. Bye.

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And they're trying to console him. And so what does he say?

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the knee?

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What is he saying? in a school bus? The workers need Oh, Lord.

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I'm turning. I'm not I didn't want they didn't. He didn't want them to hear. But they overheard him. He's not complaining to them. I'm not complaining to you about my hardship, and my difficulties and my sorrow. No, I'm turning to a law. I'm not talking to you guys. I don't need your compassion.

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And so, that is a part of beautiful patience.

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So, Part A beautiful patience.

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Beautiful patients are subtle. Jimmy, when a calamity befalls upon you, it makes you turn to Allah. And you turn to Allah alone. And that's why what is he saying? When he hears about?

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I will have beautiful patient. One Love and Mr.

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A law is the one I seek help from.

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concerning what you guys are describing.

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So a person who has beautiful patience turns to Allah in terms of calamity, they become stronger in times of calamity. You don't go and seek people you can be paid, it's okay to to speak to people about your calamity or something that happens to you. That patience is still patience as long as you're not but beautiful patience is a different level.

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That it makes you stronger and stronger and stronger every single time.

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And so because Allah subhana wa Taala will test us

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I said danesi Bella,

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some that

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the people who are tried and tested the most are the prophets and messengers, then those who are who follow them accordingly. And so a lot of our test the person, Allah padri Dini, according to the level of his Deen his level of his he man, so you Be patient, so that that patience is difficult, you know that? Patience isn't. And that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he described. He said, A salata neuron was sada to berghahn was sobre. Leah, do you know why he mentioned the app? In the Arabic language? What's the word nor in though? What's the difference between them? There's a difference. Nor Allah always describes the light of the moon as No, because it is cool light without

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any heat. That's no, but if it's accompanied by heat, like the sun, you can't say no, you don't say neuro Connor.

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Or notice I'm sorry. You can say no. You said no. That was

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though is no it though is light that is hot. That's in the correct Arabic. People use of course mixed up nowadays. But we read the Quran. That's how you see Allah always describes why because what saw through the app you will have normal is hot

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is difficult. It's not like

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a Salah is peaceful and calm.

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Be patient because it's like for you know, Leah, was suburbia

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will continue from where we left off.

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And we said that part of

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having beautiful patience is being patient.

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And part of that patience number one is you do not first have patience is when it first strikes in the masaba you submitted oola right when it strikes you have to be patient from the very beginning. And then after that you strengthen yourself by returning to Allah subhanho wa Taala and you're not look for any complaints or you don't complain to people to look for sympathy from anyone. And so that's why Prophet jacoba Hassan says well lahoma Stan Oh Allah moto see phone will lahoma Stein, it is only Allah who I seek help concerning what you have described and what you have done. And then now we move on to the next scene. And the next scene is which prophet Yusuf Alayhi Salaam is in the

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well by himself. And so a caravan come

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And a caravan picks him up. And that person the caravan says, Yeah, Bushido has a villain. He says, Yeah, Bushra, Heather Ghulam, how old was prophet Yusuf Alayhi Salam at that time, Allah subhanho wa Taala does not tell us directly, but indirectly we can find out who how old he was. Because the word Ghulam is us. So just from that, we know that he hasn't reached the age of puberty is a little bit older than a toddler. So as long as you know, you're, you're at that age, some of the scholars say, between seven and eight, and so forth, during that age. And we get that from this. And so that's why they're part of the beauty of the Quran is you can get so much information just from the words that

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are used and so forth. And you can extract more you don't have to tell, and there's no detail extra detail that's not needed. And so lots of hammer tells us that menses Yeah, yeah, Bushido has a Golem while some rubies are. So now he's put into a well, do you know where this well is? This well cannot be the well where the townspeople co go to? Okay, because it is the world and the town. If it is the well, where the towns people go to and the towns people go to and they find use of wood they recognize him. They would recognize him the go use of Who did this to you? Of course they're gonna go to a well that's used by travelers. What Yeah, I'd say yeah. So say oh, here is not cars. Okay.

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And so, a caravan but what kind of caravan because you just popular right for caravan. We will say all right, what's the difference between this and that? This is a caravan of merchants that go back and forth nonstop buying stuff from Egypt. And then going back to Sham going back and forth, back and forth, always. So this is what you call this type of caravan. And so these people they hire, they usually have people working for them also. So the word person working for him. The person working for them. He's the water bear. So he's going to bring the water back to the caravan so that the caravan does not have to leave the direct route. So he's bringing in the water but he finds a

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boy and he's very happy. why he's Why is he very happy. He is very light.

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Now because now he's very happy, then of course not not probably use of then probably use of his. He's a boy. And he's being captured. But now this man was found it was very happy. Because it's like, you know, like, the dollar signs of a sudden America blink blink blink. Because he's a boy he can sell him as a slave. But wait, there's a problem. Who does he work for? He works for the caravan master at the head of the caravan. And if he's working for him anything he finds he's probably gonna get him awesome. So you gotta hide why some rubies are so they hit him of course there's different interpretation but we'll um we don't have time to go into the different you know, different opinions

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of the scholars I choose just the best the most the stronger the opinions and we'll just take that inshallah for now. Well some rubies are so they hid him as merchandise with the merchandise they hit him when they hit him Why did they want to hide him because they don't want the others to know that he's greedy he wants the money so useful for himself it take all the money for himself instead of sharing with all the other people are sharing with the person whose work he's working for. And so he comes and now he's looking for to sell profit use of as fast as possible. And even if it's just the measly price even more or less than you have to just get rid of it quickly. It's like those guys who

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steal and go to the pawn shops.

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The pawn shops we might be worth $1,000 and he gets 200,000 give me quickly cuz he got it for free anyways, so when people get something for free, they don't value it so much. And so a lot a lot tells us why shout out.

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Dada Dada

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as you can oofy mean as Ed was shadow who beat them and they sold they sell him for a measly price. The raw him Mr. Duda just a few the raw him. He said the Rams are the silver coins, just a few coins just a little bit. They don't know the true value and they don't even need this much. But you know, anything will do right? These guys. They're just trying to sell them quickly. But Allah subhanho wa Taala has a plan. He he doesn't just let profit use will be sold to anyone.

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Allah He could have easily have him be sold to some shopkeeper or so forth. The law has a greater plan. So sometimes things happen to you, and you're very sad. Maybe Allah Subhana has a plan for you. And this calamity might be a blessing in disguise. So Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us we're gonna let this Dada hoo. Mr. Ali marotti, creamy

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will call alleged Allahumma myisam. So he's in Egypt, he's brought to Egypt, and he sold to the person in Egypt. So the person who bought him says to his wife a creamy must take care of him bread and give him a good abode. In other words, take care of this person, this this boy, I say, I'm fine. Maybe he can benefit us own.

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Or we take him as a son, as a son for ourselves. And so now he's in the palace, though.

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He's not sold, he sold to the Aziz. He sold to a sort of like, at this time, what we would call probably the not really the Prime Minister, but the person who was in charge of the wealth, Finance Minister.

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Finance Minister, how do we know that we get that from later on, by looking at the other verses, and if so the Aziz. So this is his soul to the upper echelon, the upper class, and some people, someone who is very, very close to the king. He's very, very close to the king. And he's sold to the finance, finance minister. Why? Because he's going to take that job. So now he knows how to deal with the well of the kingdom and so forth. Because his master is that

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and he becomes azeez, because they call him the Aziz when his brothers go. And so you see all these details. It's in the portrait, and it's mentioned to us, we just have to reflect and understand them. So there's so much detail in it. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us what goes alchemical

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and that's how we establish yourself on Earth. When in wily Mo,

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Heidi wala who

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is what I can

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see sila Yeah, and

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and so this is how we establish proper use of on earth. And we are not only that Allah has remind you of the favours. And he teaches them that we learn the Hadith interpretation of dreams. And some of the scholars say that we detailed the book, the proper use of was given well on the stronger opinion, maybe his interpretation of the dreams. And not only a Heidi, who you understand when he says that we are hajis doesn't mean interpretation of dreams, only interpretation of dreams and knowing what to do with it afterwards. The heck when the wisdom to apply that and to understand it, and to extract even extra more than that, from the from the events in the dream. You know what to do

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next also, and that's why Allah subhanaw taala Hadeeth not just that we live.

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Not only that, so we see that from the his own interpretation, when the drop comes, he has so much wisdom. And this is the blessing that Allah subhanho wa Taala has given to Prophet Yusuf Allahu Allah when Allah Emery in no matter what you do know that Allah Subhana Allah Allah has control over all affairs, but most people do not know. So proper use of a boy grows up in the palace. And now he has reached the age of manhood.

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He's reached the age of manhood. And he remember we said how handsome he was.

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He is so handsome. is so handsome, that if you were to walk probably in the streets

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Detroit, he would cause so much accidents.

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People would like they wouldn't even realize it says he is really handsome. But he's in the palace. And so he gets another test by the use of his and this is a difficult test. This is a very, very difficult test. Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us well, I'm about to have I should do it now. Oh, come away. And when he reaches the age of maturity, we gave him we gave him wisdom and knowledge. Look as alika negitive seen in and that's how we give and that's how we reward almost sinning. You know what I'm saying is unless you know the lesson was

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on top of the like, kinda fell into a condo in Iraq, you worship allies if you can see you, or if not, then as if we're looking as if you can see a lot. If not, then otherwise, then the opposite. So that's a sign is two types of asset. Okay? A sign between you and Allah and a sign between you and the people awesome. He had both. He was kind, well mannered, good and character. It shows something also shows how great of a father who was awesome

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But now his son is alone. And he's still strong by the help of a lots of Angela Tyler, by the help of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So he's tested. So that's why when you're in high school, when you're in school and everyone else has boyfriends and girlfriends, or you know, really, we're not Muslim country, it's hard. There's not too many Muslims. Prophet Yusuf was in Egypt by himself as a Muslim, and he was still able to be strong, and he didn't have anyone, how about you, you have a lot of Muslims around you might be strong. You have nothing to complain. He had nobody and he was still able to be strong.

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He had no one. His father wasn't there. His mother wasn't there. His brothers went there was he was by himself. So if you're by yourself in school, don't go do

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you can be strong, proper use of had nobody knew was still strong, non Muslims all around and worshipping idols and so forth. And he was still strong. So you can be that too, because he has example for you. And so then he's tested and Allah subhana wa tada says,

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Hey, Tara, like, so. The woman in the household, the wife of daisies in the household, in the house, tries to seduce him tries to do bad things with him. Well,

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she has taken all the precautionary measures. It's her house, her palace, she has closed the doors, and she has waited for a time that maybe her father or her husband usually doesn't come back. Last takes care of things. And so he tries she is the one. And of course she's also beautiful. I mean, if you're that status, you don't just choose any woman off the streets. Okay. You get the best sauce. Oh, so she's a beautiful woman also. Well, I left a ton of lab work all and hated, like, in another try to like, she adores herself beautifies herself. And she says hater. It's like, you know, our terminology are this. Let's get it on.

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guy's like, she's the one that wants it. Okay, he's calling him and she wants him. Now he's in a hard, difficult, difficult situation. There is nobody he first of all, he's a stranger in a strange land. You know, when you're a stranger in a strange land and nobody knows you. It's easier to commit sins because hey, if you commit sins in an area, people know you people might tell so you might stay back, but nobody knows you. And you're a slave. You're supposed to be obedient. Also, everything is going against him. But when a person is put in front of sins, what are we supposed to do? The lesson is in what prophet Yusuf says Next, I want you to listen carefully what he says.

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therapy, he says,

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He says,

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he seeks refuge in the law, because don't ever overestimate your piety. Only a law can help you abstain from sin. Only on law can. So you remember a law the first thing you remember a law and you ask Allah to help you stay away from this, from the sin of you confronted with sin, nor the greatness of Allah and ask, seek refuge in Allah, Allah. He doesn't even say the law takes too long. The law,

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the law, I seek refuge in You

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from what is happening right now asking for help. And then that's number one. You asked a lot for help. Number two, what do you do in

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Santa Ana?

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Indeed, he might not be here. Who is it? Some of the scholars have said this is the husband but that's correct. The stronger opinion is it alone?

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novela in no rock the sentiment Why? Allah has given me so much has provided me with so much so you remember the great blessings of Allah? How can you disobeyed a Lord that has given you everything? How can you disobey our Lord who has given you eyes and yours you have in your life and provided so much for you think of all the blessings that Allah has given to you.

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When you're confronted by sins, I'm going to tell you a story. You guys like stories, right? What story within the story get handler double double story a story to the second power

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This article article actually was in the New York Times a couple of years ago, three years ago.

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A man

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the man

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has his wife and his wife needs a new kidney.

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And it so happens that his kidneys or his blood type and so forth match perfectly.

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His wife needs the kidney to survive.

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And you know, we have to right? If you donate one, you can still survive this you have a spare, okay? So he, knowing that his wife needs it, he donates his kidney to her. Oh, love, sorry, yeah.

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So hon Allah he donates his kidney to his wife so his wife can survive. I want you to think of his carefully okay. If this you know if this was related to you, somebody who know your wife, what do you think she'd be more obedient to now? Lexi mahana you're alive because it's a part of me that's in you. Now.

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You know, when I come home, the food should be better.

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You understand? Come on. You

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got it. When I tell you something. Yeah. They say yes. You know, or do it with a smile.

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Right? Because, hey, look how much I've given you my own kidney.

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Right. And then you know what?

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One year later,

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he caught her cheating on him.

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And I'm not divorced yet. Okay. No, no, that's not Muslim. This is not

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She cheated on him.

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No, no, that's not something you do. Right. Like, she should be obedient telling you a lie. Because

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Are you gonna go cheat on him now?

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And we live in America. Right? So you know what happened? he sued.

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he sued her brought her to court.

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And he won, I think 1.4 million. Right? 1.4 something like 1.4 million. He won 1.4 million.

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But the point in the story is that, you see, she should have been obedient to Him because He gave him so much. How about a law?

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Allah has given us not just the kidneys, the kidneys, the heart, wife, everything that we have.

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How can we be disobedient to a Lord that is so kind to us. in

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I'm not gonna be disobedient to a lord who has provided me with so much.

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So when you're confronted with sins, remember the great blessings that Allah has bestowed upon you,

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your family, your children, that place to live, peace, security at home, so much, you can't even mention all of them. Remember those great blessings and say y'all are not gonna be disobedient to you.

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And then that's number two. Number three, what do you remember in

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Remember the end result, the consequence of that sin, you will never be successful. In the end, if as a result of the disobedience of a law, remember, the end result is not good. Do not trade a temporary, temporary pleasure for eternal happiness.

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Remember the hereafter?

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Remember the Hellfire don't trade just a moment of pleasure and give up an eternity of bliss and happiness.

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That's foolishness. So you remember that? So proper use of teaching so here, what do you do when you're confronted with sin?

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How do you abstain from sins. And so even after all of this,

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it is to the help of Allah subhanho wa Taala that Allah subhana wa tada gives any one of us helps us to abstain from sins and gives us our blessings. It is only a loss of handle at that alone. So I know I don't want to keep you much longer. But what I want you guys to do is read the story of Prophet Yusuf

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and read carefully and learn from it. And hopefully inshallah, you know, I shall I see very beautiful faces here. And I asked Allah subhanho wa Taala that just as he has gathered us here to other gatherings

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Also in the highest level and paradise, and to do so together as again even before that inshallah, and in this world in this time and another time in sha Allah, which is our Komodo Satan was Allah Allah, Mohammed. Well Allah He was I

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think we can finish we we'd go on