Abdur-Raheem McCarthy – Self Restraint – Hadith Reflections 01

Abdur-Raheem McCarthy
AI: Summary © Speaker 1 discusses the importance of letting go of anger and controlling oneself in Islam. He explains that the ability to control oneself is crucial for achieving success in life. He uses an analogy of a wrestler named Lou Solana and how he can use it to teach individuals the importance of letting go of anger.
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self restraint is one of the strongest assets of the believers. And this is one of the first things they teach you when you train martial arts is the ability to restrain yourself and not to become angry not to be able to attack others. You have the knowledge, you can know you can beat that individual but you have to control your anger as a panel of the same thing. It's taught in the sunnah of our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he said Ali salat wa salam look at the example. He said Lisa should either be sorority that the one who is the strong one is not the one who can wrestle people down and look at the word he uses Surah, which is the wrestling. He said,

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This is not the strong one. He said in nema shiddhi, the one who is it who was really strong, and lithium, Nick Nasu, and the other the one who controls himself at the time of anger. And that's why true strength is the ability to control oneself. And Allah mentioned in the Quran, when someone ignorant says something to you, what's your reply be with a horrible Umoja? He's gonna call Lou Solana. When the ignorant ignorant ones reply to him or say something to them. They reply with words of peace, because this is the true strength and he the ability to have supper and not to go down to their level and To control oneself. This is the real difficulty. And that's why Islam teaches us the

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one who is truly strong is the one who can control himself.

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