Be careful, you may be cursing yourself unknowingly

Abu Bakr Zoud


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AI: Summary © A woman on a travel journey describes how she saw a creature that had apparently traveled on a train. She then describes a creature who advised her to remove her mirror and let the Sabudana cotton maluna on her horse. She describes the creature as a beast that goes up to the thirtieth, goes left and right, and eventually falls upon the person who caused her to die. She warns her to control her tongue and use it to consultation the gods.
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Namaste Allahu alayhi wa sallam was on a journey. He was on a travel. And there was a woman with them on the travel and people on their camels traveling.

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So one of the woman on her camel, the camel was slow, it wasn't looking as quick as the other camels. So she cursed it.

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She goes to a camel. Finlayson, Allahu alayhi wa sallam heard her curse. And he said, get off the camel. Take your stuff off the camel. And let the sabudana cotton maluna this camel that you just cast cannot accompany us on the on this journey. Get rid of it. We don't want to enable it's cursed. Why?

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He explains, in a Hadith of the Allahu anhu, he says, because when someone curses someone, or curses, something, the curse it goes up to the heavens, because the curse is that

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you've asked me a lot not have mercy upon you. That's what the curse is, when you curse someone, whether it's the F word in English, because that's the equivalent, whether it's in your own language, whether it's in Arabic, whatever it is, the curse means May Allah not bestow His mercy upon you. The curse is that it goes up to the heavens, because it's a curse. The doors of the heavens are closed, doesn't enter. So it comes back down to the earth, and the doors of the earth are closed, they rejected, then above or below and he says the curse goes left and right. until it goes back to the person who made the curse.

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If the one who he cursed deserves the curse, it will fall on him or it will fall on that thing. And if that thing or that person doesn't deserve the curse,

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you guessed it, it goes back to the person who caused you cursed yourself at the end of the day.

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Who wants to curse himself? Go ahead, keep cursing. control this tongue of yours.