Seerah #08 – Zaid Ibn Haritha

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The importance of preparing for a prophecy is discussed, including the loss of a child and the difficulty of bringing them back. A character named Mohammedalef was discovered in Mecca and given a wealth of money to build a business. The importance of understanding the past and embracing the "weAKier people" approach is emphasized, along with the need to show testimony from all grandmother's followers and rebuilding houses. The conversation also touches on the importance of avoiding mistakes and not forceing others into a situation where they will cause harm.

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You know how to you know

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so we can all just

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find a place to

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calm down a little bit.

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So I'll continue to show up from where I left off last week.

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And today we will most likely conclude, talking about the prophets Allah sent those preparations prior to his prophecy.

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I give this part of the zeal, a certain amount of emphasis. And I take time talking about it, because I think it's important and I believe that there's something in it for us to learn from, even prior to him becoming a symbol.

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Because, you know, prophets and messengers, historically only become prophets and messengers, for nothing, or without there being reason for them, becoming prophets and messengers, Allah subhanaw taala chose these people from excellent backgrounds and outstanding families, and great upbringings. They chose people who had the right recipe with

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themselves and within their families, to be messengers of Allah is to count and to be prophets and to represent his words and his Lodge and the growth through time. And I think it's worthwhile, at least, just taking a look at what exactly he went through audio sought to ascertain who his parents were brands, who his grandparents were, what ethics and values were instilled in him, obviously, because he grew up and what experiences he went through that allowed him to become the man and the person that he later became.

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And I've gone through most of these preparations last time I spent quite a

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sizable amount of time talking about his marriage to Khadija Oh my mind the importance of a GI Joe as a as a critical player in his life on a solid

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and indiscipline itself without Khadija I believe the story would be, would have been much different, much more different, but different than it was

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the one that we actually have. And I believe it or not, what existed differently if we didn't have the job as a one on one, as a part only meaning as a part of the story. And the love story that they had amongst between them, the love that he had for her and the key has for him, and the marriage and the quality and nature of this marriage is something that was about to learn from, you really should take time to understand the amount and we'll see it because for the next maybe a couple of months, the profit supplies and then it becomes a profit and as he learns more and more and he moves forward with this, then Khadija is going to be there every step of the way until she passes.

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Now the story that he started talking about last time was the story of Xavier.

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I believe it is really important stories, right? It's very sentiment is he's a highly visual Hakim, they'll tell you the alkali they came from a from a northern Arab tribe

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from a point known when billboards radio and try and date as a young as a young boy was stolen from his family.

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They're out

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during a picnic and and they were raided his take was taken and sold from one person to the other until he was sold to a man by the name of Hakeem Shiva if you've noticed,

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and this is the nephew of a say either Khadija, and it just happened to be that Felicia was getting married. She was getting married to the Prophet Salah Hollywood who sent them so Hakeem wanted to give his and they give so he gave her Xav

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and then Khadija on the line has a gift gave the prophet Elijah them zine. So when I was a little hamburger

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I'll tell you this story than asking the question.

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Anyways, for years and years, his parents never gave up, never gave up hope that he was alive and continue to look for him. You can only imagine the nightmare that they were going through having a child.

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Having a child taken away from you is probably your worst nightmare. But I know it's mine. There's nothing worse they can possibly imagine that losing a child not knowing where to get where their whereabouts are

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at and his father said some other ones does a beautiful poetry

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to the point where people of Arabia would speak of distortion, but he didn't know they didn't know who

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the hundreds have been taken on their parents until his father was able to find him was given information that his son was seen somewhere in Mecca

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owned by a man from the from the descendants of believers in Hashem. So this he became very optimistic because all the

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Sons and Daughters optimal qualification. Our people are very reasonable people, a great caliber. So he felt that there's a chance that you'll be able to get his son back, because back in the day is difficult to take someone out of their work lives that governed the land that allowed him to go and claim his son to actually bind his son out of slavery. And how do you go wasn't a man of wealth, he didn't have a lot of money. So he went to his people to his tribe and asked for them to fundraise for him to give as much money as they possibly could. So he got a lot of wealth. And his poetry had become so famous that a lot of people from outside of his tribe, even wealth, to the point where he

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came to Morocco with a lot of more than he, he was very comfortable that he was definitely going to want to be able to bring the home, he had more than whatever the

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old drugs he was going to ask for.

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Because they had been with the Prophet, some of them, some of them at that point for a number of years. We're not exactly sure. We think he was taking by the age of five. And if you think during this time,

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because this is at least 10 years later, maybe it was around 16 1516. There was a young man at the time, back then 1516 Usually you had achieved manhood. You were married, you had a family, you have your own your own business, you did your own thing back in the day. That's how things were. So Zaid has lived with the product for most of his childhood in his in his early teens.

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And his father and his uncle

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make their way to Mexico. And they asked about zt and they figured out that he is owned by them by demand.

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So they go to the Prophet saw guys, and they say, Yeah, but

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in the

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end, but okay. But

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imagine you're

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in Dallas, Dennis Iluka. And our web Lena.

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Workload magic Scotty.

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Because do you have a boss that was his name on inside lucidum is not about

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our son is with you. He is under you. He was taken away from us. And I brought you more wealth than any than the price of any any

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slave in the land. And we ask you to ask for as much money as you want this give us our sunblock.

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this is prior to this prophecy. It's an important story. Because this story tells you what type of person Mohammed Abdullah was prior to him being a prophet. Prior to Allah Subhana Allah may choose of course the last man chosen many before all Creation existed, but to understand so it makes sense to you that these choices aren't random. So he said hello and welcome Allah Allah who will fail miserably How can I give you a better option because you will know halen

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what's better than taking giving us our son and taking whatever your owns. This guy was scared because the best case scenario here is you just give me my son. I give you the world and we walk away. There's no better case scenario than this. What do you hear me scared at this point that maybe the project plan is gonna play play games with him. But

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data if we were to close them and what's better than this stuff on TV? But

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why do I bring him here and you meet him? If he tells me that you're his parents and this is his uncle because I don't know you. You could be scammers and completely take this getting go I don't know. I mean for him to identify that you are his father and this is Uncle but in our community identifies you or your two who

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are some taboo.

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I will give him the choice at that point. If he likes to leave with you that you take him free of charge. I don't want anybody waste our money from Bill Levy.

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But if he chooses me, I will not kick them out.

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I will not get rid of him. I won't throw him out of my home. If he chooses to stay with me. Now it says Heidi

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of course is going to show his mother his father, his his people they're gonna choose freedom he'll go back home.

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There's no chances his mind in his mind that he was gonna make any other choice. This seems like a ridiculous thing that the prophets like I was saying, but the prophet is also trying to do a fair we do to deal with yours. You can go home, go King go wherever he wants, I will not hold him. But understand. I will not kick him out. He's old enough to make his church I will not get rid of him. I don't do that. But I'd heard an interview

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was was

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this is this is more this is more than here. This is much better, is amazing.

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I didn't

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sell them is a product

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for above one level for our other man. And they saw his father and saw his uncle and he recognized them. And of course the

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reunion happens and the tears and the pain and the agony of the years.

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of separation and Z triad is father fight is Uncle cry, and they spent a period of time sharing a moment of love and closeness. And when they were finished, the brother said that

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if your father your uncle got an anger, yeah, that person is my father is a

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Fennimore Yoda and Yoda Maliko Amiga EDA omega.

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What kind of stuff that Erica, by the way, Alexander

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I give you the options that you believe with your father. Right? And if you choose to stay, you can stay as long as whatever you want to do. You can do

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whatever you want to do is fine. Just whatever your choices is, it's up to you. I want no wealth from your father and I'm not not selling you are buying them and none of that is whatever you want to do. Feel free to make whatever choice you want to make your job as a doula and then Zaid answered and he made any hesitated none there was no hesitation in Zaif answer of course I'm taking time to tell you his answer because they didn't take time generous with the profit from what he asked him this question. Oh god

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no, I stay with you obviously. The financial How do you wait half a dozen

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NW. Nw Hashem Ivica Miko. You're choosing to stay enslaved by someone from Nigeria. Instead of going home with your with your father and your uncle to your tribe

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to omega Vika choosing this person over your mother and your father, my

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way was wrong with you.

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Because of our 82, minimum Miralem era whom

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I have seen something from them, that I have seen from nowhere else.

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We're in the age doing who hayleigh

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Look at what else

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are you seeing from a level of fighter that I haven't seen any other person to the point where I will not. And I cannot choose anyone over him. I had to stay with him.

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Before he became a prophet, so come on, he was like

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a kidnapped child

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deprived from his parents

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10 years later,

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would choose to stay with them. And it wasn't a choice wasn't a moment there. The choice was a temporary choice. It's not like they said this at the moment. No one,

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slept on it that night woke up in them. Whereas what did they do? And then the middle, they will continue to live the rest of his life with the process.

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He kept relationship with his parents, he will visit his parents quite quite often. Meaning the the tie the kinship the ties of kinship, stayed alive. And he and his father and his mother and his uncle, but he stayed with the brothers. No, I asked myself, and I asked you what is it that he saw from this man?

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Even though when he when he answered the question, he said I saw something. I was too upset when I read this long time ago. Because he didn't say what he saw.

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Why didn't you say what you said? What did you see as they just could have explained? Yes, you describe what you saw, he had nothing to describe. He just said I saw something I don't know. I don't know what it is.

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Here's the thing, most lectures that you go to in your life, a few years later, you will remember nothing.

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Nothing. I have attended hundreds of different types of lectures in university formally informal and in groups. I can barely remember anything. I just remember how those lectures made me feel. That's all I remember. I just remember the emotions, emotional status, that those sittings, those gatherings left me. And based on that I have a certain detachment. I'm pretty sure that they couldn't, even if he wanted to, he couldn't words and describe verbally what it is that he is tell us about the process that made him choose the province over his own parents

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after being deprived of their love for many, many years, but it was something inside was an emotional response. I had to stay with him. Why? Why would I do something different? This is I am more unhappier as a human being than probably anyone else. Even though I have very little wealth and I'm not I don't even have the social status I need. I don't have a full freedom. But I want to be with this man. I just want to be with him.

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Aloha Hola, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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You see when he stands? Later on we do it. We talked about the Raj. And we'll come to that point where the prophet besides him them arrives at a place or simply what is going to happen. And we get built up because now you're going to see something that no other creation ever seen before. And I finally tell you what he sees. And I quote for you the verse in the Quran, and the vertical angles like this is the other was just six

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months and then the fifth is come

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by that which it was covered with.

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And we sit down and we have no answer. But did you see the Ask the process of doing that the way you see the thought

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it was it was like, I don't know, I don't know. I have nothing to describe for you. I saw something I don't even have the ability to describe. somebody's listening. And they say the same thing to us. What was it that made you love this man so much, it's the same thing that will make all the people who would later meet in his life it was I loved him

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would make the day that he died to the people who knew them the worst day of their lives. The same thing that made the people after he passed away continue to carry his legacy and the teachers is lying to Fred is that to the world, and same thing that makes us 1400 years later, gather in a place and listen about commodities. So the same thing is something that

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I don't

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have fun. Oh, Allah, he met Lady

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Gaga, and I will never let you go. If you choose to seek out they're looking for someone other than the end, he took his hand, but they have something in common. He walked down. And they stood by the brand that Gaga combined, had the epiphany of no one who's my son, who was 800, you'll be called Zaven. Muhammad Ali do who were there for me, I will hear from him. I bought you some game and just change that pointer. That that double pointer doesn't.

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You hold on to his name. That's why he later on, you know, woman's name and Heidi than on the table. But prior to prior to the was I'm coming bringing that lot, it was fine.

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And Dave was freed to He's given us freedom, because you may say, well, they need to do the slave. He was scared that he was gonna just be in that thing. You're gonna keep it at the moment he was given his freedom in front of all of that, well, I want to go with my parents. But

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he stayed with the problems.

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Interesting part is that his aid is what else is interesting about telling me something about ze that is unique. No other Sahabi has something that

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they possess or something that no others are having no other companion of the budget. So do you know what it is? Yes. Yes. So his name is three letters, as we're 30 Hasn't every time

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because it's the only thing we find in the Quran. But Allah Zedong, Minda Allah is the only he's only a hobby whose name is in the Quran, the Wrath of Allah who loved him as if he was his own son. I didn't talk to them didn't have a son. He had two male children who died at a very young age of post him and Abdullah, some durations that he had a third of you that we don't know. For sure. He then he later years and years later from Medina was passed away was within his first year. So the only son he actually had was safe. He considered saying his son, Zaid was known to the Father as

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the beloved one.

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The one that the brother loves the most to the points were having fun, they settled later was on maybe the day that no one's or hobby would be called an influence.

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The Beloved One son of the beloved one, to all

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of you, Asia, and then the other day, then being within the ones the brothers who set the scene on a mission.

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So they left and he

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he can't he was late. He was supposed to be back at a certain time you tell them when he stops and you leave this day,

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leave the mission by this day you should be back. So they it was 234 days like

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we knew what his face he was worried. We knew in his face that he was very worried that kind of human but the big thing was he came back

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and they do nothing or the prophets.

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Allah, Allah He

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has never heard his voice that he does bad European and meaning he got up and ran to the door and he didn't put on his shirts. And he never did that.

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He never came to the door in his Yanni T shirts or whatever. He always came decent on it just to open the door. But guys eat the food

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is the only day I found that

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I can leave this room now wearing a shirt was that day that hasn't let

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me open the door

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What happens if I were we used? What took you so long?

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hutzpah now kindness anger and hate Yeah.

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We're working with leaders say they use it.

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But if he was alive, he would have probably chosen him.

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The minute he McConnachie endorsed because we know we all knew who he was to the process.

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And this is the example I tried to give a few weeks ago when I told you the products I took them was an

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Often, not once, not twice, three times.

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He lost his father and he lost his mother and lost his grandfather.

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He was orphaned a number of times in his life. And he would teach later, tell us and He began to teach us you should take care of orphans. And then he did it in his life before he became a prophet, when he took care of

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his aides to him was a kid who didn't have his parents. So he cared for him, and he loved him. And he loved him so much. He didn't well so much that they actually chose him over his own parents. I don't know.

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I don't know if this is even possible. I don't know. But it happened. And it tells you the type of person he was

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the openness of his heart, how easygoing he was, how loving he was, how merciful and compassionate he must have been it was for someone to make that choice.

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Okay, here's the question.

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So people forget everything I told you right now. Oh, that I forget all of that. Let's go back to the day that they was kidnapped.

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And Zayn is being carried away. And he's in cuffs. And he's, of course, he's crying. And you say to his parents, during that period, you say, what is the worst day of your life?

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Obviously, you're going to say today, I was getting the worst day of my life, hands down, even when he was probably living with again, years later, or Khadija, or maybe the first day he was given to the Prophet.

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Before he got to know him. If you guys say,

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what's the worst day of your entire life? Obviously, it's an obvious answer. The day my son was taken away from my parents.

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And then let's fast forward 25 years, as he is living in Medina. And you asked, what was the best day of releases?

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Or ask them is the day you're getting up good is still the worst day of your life? Well, if I wasn't kidnapped, I wouldn't have been introduced to Hakeem. He wouldn't have introduced me to her Deja. And she would never given me to Mohammad Rasool Allah, and I wouldn't be negative and having those neighbors and

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I'm the only Sahabi who has that. I know that persona. Allah loves me more than everyone, anyone else. That's my nickname. That wouldn't have happened and I've been kidnapped that day. So what are you willing to do? Would you give that day up? And you go back in time, say don't want it?

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Is he we can go back in time. I know, we all think it's gonna happen.

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It's not quote me on talking to all of you time traveler, guy, the hopeful people. Not gonna happen, I'm not gonna

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just accept it.

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We're not gonna go back in time, we can't change the past.

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You can't change.

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The past is there just for us to learn lessons to benefit, to become stronger to become wiser. become better people. It's all it's all you really own. All you really possess in this life is right now. That's all we have. We have nothing else was just nothing else. But the moment that we are sharing right now together. The moments in time and place that we all share right now is all you really have. Everything that has gone before you cannot change. It's there. Don't waste time being being angry about it. Or hateful, or resent the don't fill your heart with resentment about what happened to pass.

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And you don't know if you'll ever know if you live long enough to see the future that you hope for what you really have is now

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to spend time wondering whether that happened when it happened? Was it good? Was it bad? Weather what happens before is good or bad is something that you will determine by how you decide to live the moment you're in right now.

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Whether what happened in the past is bad or good, is determined by the choices you make right now in your life that will determine whether what happened in the past was bad or good. It's almost impossible for us to say that something happened if I was that it was impossible to do it. It's hard. You can't do it. Because what you take from your experiences and your choice, you make that choice now.

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And to the extreme example of your loved one.

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Sometimes we go through difficulties and we wonder, we ask questions, why and

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what could have happened and what happened? What are you doing? What's the point of any of this? Why are you asking questions? Why are you questioning the last time it was and then questioning something that already occurred? Is it not better that you look back at it, take from it the lesson that you can take from it and take from it the strength that you can take from it.

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It really bothers me that as listeners we can't make we available for failing to make these simple decisions. Do I need to be Muslim, but you break it down down to his basic elements. This what it means to be Muslim. We're people who don't have a problem with our past. We're always optimistic about our future and our acceptance of our of our presence. That is who you are as a Wilson because that's how you understand life.

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That is your perspective of what life is. You can't control the past. But you learn from it. You

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All gun

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shows over the mobile, you make better choices today, and you have optimistic hope for the future. And if you can't do that, I'm sorry, we didn't take on the some of the basics.

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You're gonna have the longest stuff yet. You I want to where the face is gonna be. And you can pray that you didn't take the basic fundamental principles from Islam.

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And I cannot emphasize this point enough.

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I get these questions all the time.

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You're living his life, but he is focusing on me he lost his father and mother and grandfather. And then he's gonna lose two of his children. And you wonder why all this happening? Because he had to learn about death.

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You have to comprehend

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is a big part of being a Muslim is understanding death, accepting death, dealing maturely, was dead.

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And then, and then I got to the questions come to me, and I got to watch people, we don't deal with that very well.

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It strikes me very benign. I don't, I don't know how to deal with it. But I think people in their 40s and 50s not knowing how to deal with. It's a part of plays in his life. That's what happens. People live and people die, who's gonna say people that well, people are poor, or wealthy, this is how it is. To be personally, this is just just how things work. You're just in the middle of it so that you can prove your ability to make good decisions, regardless of what's happening around you. And that's what it means to be

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looking at the experience, if you had to go through all the important because we learn from them what the lesson is that he carried with him into his office he thinks he already has figured out.

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Alright, so you make the choice. Wednesday or Thursday, I don't know, I think is the best day of his life. It just happened. I'm not asking you to say oh, the venue was getting that was the best day that is rude. That was a day of pain and agony. And they say no one asked him to leave the best day of your life. But you can't go around saying it's the worst either. Because things lead to other things. It just happened in your past. Learn from it, move on, just move on. Don't get tangled up in something you can't change anymore.

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final preparations of his life before his prophecy, it has a lot to do you need a testimony.

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What is that? Well, if he's going to come and bring a prophecy forward, I think he's going to if he's going to say annatto Suleiman messenger from Allah subhanho wa Taala and

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given all the messengers since Ibrahim it used to have been in Bani Israel, all of them all of them signs up and you're old and useless. So a man in jail who didn't Musa at all and all them sons of

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it was only a spade if it was a prophet. So he's gonna come for his ammo soon doesn't doesn't fit doesn't fit for him that that's how it's gonna sound. So becomes a says that it's gonna be very easy for everyone else around him to say, Oh, you're gonna lie. Yeah.

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So Allah subhanaw taala wanted that to be to change that how

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to get the profit from like,

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a formal testimony from all the nobles of God regarding his ethics,

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that was meant to happen. Another thing was my dad proved himself and those around him his ability, his leadership abilities, and his management abilities,

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how is all going to come forward and the story of mybuilding macabre,

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you see a sale happened which basically

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a flood

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and the price of the Kaaba fell. And the guy hasn't been rebuilt in a long time and a few walls that follow the caved in. And it looks it didn't look right. So the elephant in the face came around, all the local stood in front of the garment that we have to rebuild this, we have to start rebuilding because we can't, we can't just get them all down, fold understand up again, you have to actually bring the whole thing down and build it again. So that doesn't keep on happening. Because the Gamo is just fall every year, a part of it would fall in, and they would just kind of fix it up. But now the damage was too severe to get to rebuild the gun all over again. So they stand there, all the I

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will have them in the shop. And it was again.

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It was

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by the way, the color and the lineage of the

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NWA movie allows all these big names. And we've moved here at the time was probably the head of the he was the elder of the mob. And he stood there and he's okay, let's start. Everyone pick up an axe and let's start bringing it down and

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it goes against it. Let's do it. Alright, let's do it. And they stood around and he said, Okay, you know, pick up and start rebuilding together.

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And y'all stick around, there's going to be awkward, and it became very apparent that no one dares No one dare touch together. Why? Because they saw what happened to the last person who tried to bring down the Kaaba. They weren't gonna try that again. They saw what happened not too long ago, and only then maybe 25 years and they most of them had to

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with their own eyes, they start with his army. Like yeah, I'm I'll be the second person to walk the Kaaba about universe and they will know what to do until we get to himself said I will do the opposite Allahumma in the Catalans and then I don't want to do it who Allah you know that we only want to

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be boring continue. Anybody was pagan or non Muslim at the time.

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Whether you worship us no, we're not we don't know but he wasn't someone who followed the rock, at least not during the bubble.

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Yet he knows a lot. That's an important point that they knew Allah. I want to incense devil manufacturer customer what you will play upon Allah is also the Quran if you ask them who created the cosmos of the Earth, they'll say Allah, they, they performed, unfortunately, many meanings of those Elijah Rahim God manipulating the changes, it was a pure anymore, they made mistake he says is they shouldn't be saying you're behaving the way they shouldn't be behaving.

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That's one thing. Another thing Allah found that accepts the intention of someone who's not was an important point to remind yourself of Allah subhanaw taala except the intention of people who are not like this, just don't have to always be able to think and be something else. And Allah will accept their intentions. And he said those words, and he hit the Ganga. And everyone ran everybody around him left and put down the action says if I come back tomorrow, I'm not struck by lightning or I don't die from some guys, then we'll continue this. So I'll go into the next morning, when he seemed to be okay. Everything was fine. And they continue to bring down the rocks and rebuild the

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garden until they came through if

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I ask you to

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do again, the green rocks in the in the foundation, they left them and you start to build on top of them.

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As they built.

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All the walls were going smoothly. But everyone's everyone's I was on one.

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There was one part of the karma that they were leaving almost subconsciously to the end, and everyone was gonna watch him get unburden disease, no one's gonna touch the rock. No one's touching it yet.

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I'll continue to build this wall. But the moment that when someone touches that rock I'm gonna come in. And when did you estimate the Black Rock? When you go into the camera, you try and get in. But it's hard to it's hard for me to get to do it. One of the ballistic rocks agenda that allows for the game to add to the garden when I was building it. When it was the time to put the estrogen in the roof when

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the first person was like, I'll put it in.

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You seem very tired. Take a rest. I'll take care of it. No, no, it's okay. It's okay. I'm fine. You rest I'll do it. Now. No, I insist you rest. No, I assist you rest. Two minutes later, they had storage routes and they were putting them in in red paint. And they were even calling upon blood and calling there and war was going to start

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real fighting was going to begin as long as I've got a decent idea who fits in the right buckets of blood and they put their hands in the blood. And that was like a signal a symbol that they're ready to fight till the death of a who's going to put this rock in his face. Why? Because it's tough. There's a lot of there's a lot of integrity, forever, it will speak of the person who will put this place the Black Rock back into his place. And everyone wanted that reputation the leader, we are the tribe that put it back in. And no one's going to give up that reputation. And they fought and they can finish making very close to an actual word until the weenies movie said how about we don't do

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this? How about we just

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lay this by the first person to walk through the door of the Haram is the person who chooses who is going to put the the Black Rock in is every line of humans. Everyone's in agreements.

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And obviously, the universe was owned, which is owned by ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada

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it is house. I know God kind of moves things. And the first thing we want to walk through that door was awesome.

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Yeah, no idea was when you actually helped them build the garden, II and his uncle our bedroom, a part of building the garden, but not every day, and not all the parts. When it came to that part. They weren't interested in repetition. They didn't care. So they liked it. And then he came back to see what's happening on the inside was in Watson, and he's the person talking. So what does what he says you know, you know the how the story ends, but the important part is what they say all of grace, all different tribes and all backgrounds. They will say the same thing before you haven't

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heard me tell. This is the trustworthy one, the honest one, we accept, we accept. He can judge. He can make whatever judgment he wants, we accept Him. We accept his honesty and his integrity and his trustworthiness. I mean, and this will be testimony for him. For the rest of them is like people would know him as me from that day on. So later when he came in.

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When he came in was fated upon

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In the Quran is to remind them of Allah subhanho wa taala. And of the law thereby he might he said, they couldn't say no, hey, you're a liar. You've always been a liar. No, you just, you just testified a few a few days ago, it was only a couple of months ago that in front of all employees just before what happened, you said he's in a nice, he's the one, you're gonna go back. Now he doesn't work. Either he has this true that you can't have it both ways. So they weren't able to call him a liar to his face. At least at the beginning, they would do it later. But not at the beginning, they couldn't do at the beginning. And that made a difference. For him. It is,

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again, the loss of setting things up for the money.

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So now to see his management. So he comes in, he finds the fighting, and people have their hands and blood and tensions up. And people feel very upset. And adrenaline is in the blood and everyone's ready to fight. So I need to talk with them wants to kind of diffuse all this the way he does it, he takes his own wisdom, he puts it on the ground, and he picks up the rock and it was in the middle. Then he makes a couple of knots at the sides. And he called representatives from all the major tribes that were going to fight and he asked each and every one of them to pick up one of the sides of the of the above that piece of clothing. And now all of them are standing there kind of squished

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together. Karina rocketing, and he told them, okay, do a walk around the cabin seven times. Now, at the end of those seven times, they couldn't care less he was gonna put this right there because they couldn't take their breath anymore. You diffused all the anger and all that all that tension, but his home will go up after seven times. But he didn't say no, we want to go up this is a this is an auction. This is something that is that is considered a great acts of worship, even to the people. So they carry it with them. At the end of the seventh time, they retired, they were breathless, and they are ready for any judgments who's going to get

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depressed and sit down at the end of the seventh rotation on the garden, I used to bring the rock close to his place. So they did they lifted it up. And then for under the other artists, put it in with his own hands.

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And he prevented a war. He was preventing wars out of usados way before he became a prophet.

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So don't, don't listen, they need to get time of the day. And those will tell you I saw those that was out for blood later. It was a fusing worth way before he became a prophet. Some of our money's been keeping the peace.

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And people walked away happy after that thing. And you showed a certain skill set of leadership and management to them as well. And he took testimony.

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I'm gonna take a few minute break because I'm thirsty.

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The final points on it before we finish up today.

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Till the end. Interestingly enough, as they were building the GABA, or rebuilding the cabin again, they made a condition for both rebuilding.

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They said that fella Bernina

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what I never needed was going to be that you don't even have

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to live in Milan merlon Minzy BA? What are merlon mineralogy.

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So amongst the conditions they need, when they built, they rebuilt the Kaaba was that they would only use wells that came from a hydro source. And you may be wondering, how does a source You must be mistaken? Because the prophets like him wasn't a prophet. Yes, true. But they still knew what hybrid wealth was. It was what haram wealth was even prior to due to the project. So I'm going to bring him along and explain the Quran and for them learning the details. They knew, they knew that if you steal the money that you have isn't isn't, you know, if you take it against someone's will and you it's not how they know if you took it from River, if you use it you used in a shark loan

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someone and you made interest just on the loan, that this man this wealth wasn't allowed. So they said that don't use it, we will only use wealth that will be brought from hundreds to Ghana to go home and figure it out.

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So they knew that this was was they didn't make the right choices. And if they knew that, you know back before he was a prophet of Allah, he's I mean send them a one year with with the problem we have is really

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hard to explain this point to the point where he had no more nothing more to say. And the Quran came and talked to him talking about it so many times that we really have no excuse to move beyond that. If we allow our houses to be built on or we allow into our houses well, that we know did not come up on my data source. It's important. It's important that you ask the questions about where you work and what you do. Ask the questions that know what you do and where you're making your money is the way that you're making money either or not too many of you, the answers will be more open and easy than you thought. And to some of you it will be the opposite. You'll be surprised that you can't do

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this. You can't do that. And for others will be surprised to the opposite. It was actually much more than you're allowed to do with climate

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believing you're led to believe, but it's important to know the limitations of wealth. Why? Because you said

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one could

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never come in so often. But know that all flesh that is that is built to a man that is haram. Well, then punishment is more likely where it's going to go.

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Be be aware. Be aware, what you feed your children, you bring home, a backpack, a backpack to your spouse's. Be aware of what you push your spouse to do. Because you want more money or want more will be very, very aware. Be careful.

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you will possibly ask the prophets I send them about about Doha or something. So he's, his answer was,

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hopefully, Obama to stage up the hour to make sure that every

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look at every time you eat, that what you're eating is halal. come from a halal source you didn't hurt or harm anybody. You didn't take it from a source that you knew you shouldn't have taken it from. And your Dawa will be accepted by Allah subhanho wa taala. And another 100 USA audio so to set up

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a shot that was about

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a man will come and he looked at him he is very humble in the way in his appearance. Humble in his heart. He says yada yada. He called the viola Oh my word Oh my words, one to

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one I struggle with where my investor will have. But he is from haram even from Harlem, and he went dresses from Harlem.

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How does he hope that any of his drama is going to be accepted by unless

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they knew this was they were rebuilding the company, they're gonna at that point, they couldn't mess around, you can lie about your personal life. And when they get into the cabinet, they're too afraid. They're going to come and say, Oh, I'll be looking at and they knew we have to make sure everybody do not bring to the rebuilding the cabinet here do not bring Well, that is not that I take it to myself, I'm saying it to all of you know, they said yeah, and we will take care of that we will bring we have to go figure it out what part of our business

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1400 years later, after the father

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taught us this. So many times we are unmade is very early on extremely clear. I can give ourselves excuse I don't know where to get an excuse from you to allow into your home into the into your stomach and the stomach of your children something that's not what or how difficult it is to see. This only becomes an issue. When money is a problem. It's only becomes something that's as important when you don't have much wealth. When you have well of course, when you have means to make easy to make money from is not a big deal. But when things aren't going your way. And it's a bit tight. That's when you have to hold on to these ethics. You don't accept out on this do your own.

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And if you're someone who will watch out I was given an extension will help your brothers and sisters help them make the right choice. Don't force your brothers and sisters into a situation where they have to choose between taking huddling money money that's not good. Welfare is not up or going down or not being comfortable financially, if Allah subhanaw is gonna guide us how the dynamic of Muslim societies where those who have daycare, don't.

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We're just if you're not, if you don't, if you've never taken out of money in your life, say 100 Allah because Allah Subhana Allah does not put you in a hard situation I'm gonna love. It doesn't mean that easy, you're gonna walk away clean from this, if Muslims are under doing it, and Allah subhanaw taala has given you access, but you don't really think or feel that it's upon you to make it easier for them.

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To make their choice of do choosing only Allah easier. It's a part it's something we are all responsible for this. We don't.

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My theory is we don't seem to understand this point very well as Muslims don't seem to understand that when Allah is going to make it easier for you in any field, that it becomes a responsibility upon you to make it easier for people in that same field. That is your job. Why do you think he gives you more than he gave others? Because he loves me and you Moreover, they love to others? No, it's just so that you can use this for the right cause you're going to help someone who wasn't given what is it the policy doesn't do what they prefer say?

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I'm not gonna amo my lawyer sha Allah. Why do we have to do this? Why do I have to beat someone who Allah if he wasn't he would have had them. Allah gave them one he gave me a million, you're gonna give them an allegiance. You want me to feed someone that Allah chose not to flip into their argument. So at any moment at any moment, and you'd like to think for a second like that, this is exactly what the proposed in the Quran and the Sunnah that you read all the time. You know, we love sort of just seeing well at that point, not

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forgotten or jumped over,

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I think was probably most important person to

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suddenly refuse to rebuild the Kaaba except using money that came from the hollows.

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Oops, I will end with that in the next week. We get to talk about the final preparations. Next week is a lot of fun. Because we get to talk about some choices you'll make Elisa will build up to the moment. Really important and big moment in his life while you start to seminars. I hope that was helpful.

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