Seerah #11

Adnan Rajeh


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I mean, the wrong sort of the rescission and I know that he, you know,

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he owes you money.

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So shall we wait for them to kind of get everything up and running. But I'm going to do today before I continue with the natural sequence of the story of his life, it cycles. So specifically now, we talked about the benefit of the moment of revelation, the moment that God

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brought the Prophet it is

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the first few words, and then taught him how to pray and then continued to teach him a few more students with the Quran. And I talked about telling the importance of learning, and how the beginnings of this first sutra talks about compatibility with Islam, the traits and character characteristics that you need in order to be compatible with the deen to begin with, and then the other students will continue. And I want to show you what I'm gonna show you today, as soon as let's actually talk about not to bore you. But just to explain to make it a bit clearer to you how the prophets of Allah Allah, He was someone who said them actually

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process these words. You see, we read the Sunnah. And most of these orders that were revealed initially to the broader audience, it was an under the guise that you know, quite well, most people know. It wasn't been tested. And everyone knows. These are the initial pseudo Dr. Ali Asad was well received. We read them, we don't think about them. But I want to give you an example of how the students talked about issue issues and topics of extreme importance very profound, and how he processed this was down within the first couple of months. You see, after these five sutras, he stopped coming for three to four months that up, I still am stopped showing up. And it caused him,

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of course, a problem that I'll talk about. And the reason that the student knew that he stopped showing up, they gave the proper audio samples, and I'm trying to do two things, trying to come up with a plan, he had to come up with this plan, how is he going to spread this message? How is he going to work? Where are you going to begin? Who is he going to begin with? What is it going to look like? And he had to learn how to study the Quran?

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If you read the Quran, superficially, and you don't take time to reflect or contemplate or think or try, and then try to apply what you're learning upon yourself, rather than then seeing how this could be applied on people. Which is never the point. You don't look at the Quran imagining how the Quran can could be applied on communities and having to fix other people helping help your children No, no, no, you read the Quran. So you can figure out how you can apply that upon yourself. That's the only point of the Quran. And if you do if you read the Quran for any other reason, then you're wasting your own time, I'm sorry to say that you were wasting time. If you read the Quran with any

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other intention, besides applying what you're reading upon yourself. And the brother Alia was given three to four months to read these five suitors and they weren't complete by the way. They the iLok wasn't completed until a couple of months later. It was them. It was only the first page we get there only the first 19 verses color. Maybe you think that maybe all of them came at once. That's that that's that's what we think we'll love on him. But he was given time to learn to contemplate to reflect.

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What about it?

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Exactly. He was like, Okay, so he's asked me what the what is the totobobo model.

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a different issue is not really Islamic. It's more social and talked about this before, I don't know, but specifically talks about social issues. Doesn't really, if you if you're gonna apply a religious issue is dollar. The difference. Dawa is when you're at when I'm gonna give you the

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Islamic thing to do. But in other

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social issues, this the things that are encouraged socially, or discourage socially and anything outside the society can be called dollar. But the moment you start prospecting, what a model of an amateur is without Well, that's when we begin to mess. So I'm not allowed actually to come into force upon you anything within Islamic law, I can come and encourage it, I can explain it, I can come and make it something new that maybe I can make it more make more sense to you and he's swinging away where you see the sensitive, but other than that I look up when it actually command good and I discouraged something bad. Usually these are social issues. And that's where the concept

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of model when the concept of mental or social issues, and we'll talk about that a bit more. And the question I think what you're asking is, when do we go from just teaching ourselves to teaching others whenever you want, but when you read the Quran, what I'm saying is what you should be thinking about when you're reading these verses what you should be imagining is the effect the Quran should be having on yourself. At least that's what should come to mind first, and that's where you should see the effects of the Quran first, it's

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Find yourself. And once you see it upon yourself it is and you actually taste the beauty. Applying the product by yourself, the way that you encourage others to do the same will be different. It'll actually work, it will actually work, the moment you ask someone to do something that you have tried that has worked for you, the way you ask for it is different than commanding someone to do something that you think is right. And you think that doesn't work the same way, it doesn't come out the same way that doesn't actually affect people the same way. So I want to take a moment actually show that these sewers and the messages that the sewers contain, if we can ever actually get this working. And

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he showed me the examples, but I'll remind you what this tool is worth. So we talked about last week I showed you how I loved was the fundamental principle. It talks about compatibility, what we need to have in terms of characteristics to be to be compatible with Islam, just to be something we often talked about, in order for the concept of learning of gathering knowledge of critical thinking of building a society upon science and logic rather than building it on superstition. And whatever else you want to use. Then you have to be someone who is compassionate, you have to be someone

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who is humble, you have to be someone who is open minded. You have to be someone who is objective, you have to be someone who unconditionally follows the truth. If any of those are taking away or taken away from you that is not will not serve and will not do his job with you. We're not compatible with it, the sutras after it. I pointed out and resemble will definitely affect this how we think these will be think the sequence was a revelation to the Prophet alayhi salatu. Salam as far as we can tell

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it lokala Kim has talked about the ethical code, it talks about ethics talks about the importance of behavior of conduct of character, and you see the very beginning at noon. Well Apolonio nice to win man have been intimate to a bigger image noon, we're in Iraq and Iran later on alone. We're in Nicola falutin Albania, do you have the best of character, he was so good at the beginning. So Allah, obviously you have the best of character, it's almost to say that prior to your prophecy, and prior to us actually telling you how to pray, how to go all the other parts of Islam, we would like to make it very clear that if you chose you because you have the best of character, this is one of

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the reasons why we chose him, he almost would have loved to be in a suit on us.

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It's not like you unless I was choosing people who were a horrible character and then giving them the salmon they can No, no, they have to have that as a part of who they are. And then the sort of goes hand goes ahead in the next 1016 verses, and it tells us 11 different traits, we shouldn't have a love and ethics loving characteristics that we should not carry in our lives. And as I told you last time, the Quran will often instead of telling you what to do will tell us what not to do. It just it keeps things a bit more open a bit more easier to follow when you're told not what not to do, rather than what to do. So when you go through it phonetically, you can be mean do not be like

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those who refuse the truth. We talked about technique last time, but don't be like those do not follow those. Don't be similar to them. Do not be amongst them. Do not be someone who refuses the truth or refuses righteousness when sees what is correct, will turn away from it for personal gain or personal interest, no, be someone who falls into but I don't even look at the TV well to know to the end of the day you know and do not compromise your fundamentals. And it has nothing to do with painting by the way it is for you to compromise a fundamental principle.

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A compromise is an important part of life. If you use it in issues that are flexible, where flexibility can be applied. But there are fundamental principles. There are ethics that you should never compromise you should never give in you should never sell out. When through no to defend the people who wish to compromise they would wish you would just leave get rid of a couple of the stuff that you that you're teaching right now. You know and don't compromise and they don't stand for anything anyway, nobody to compromise they don't care about anything. They just want you to compromise a little bit because they it doesn't serve them what you're teaching doesn't seem to

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serve them. We'll move on to the one after.

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So this is

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so goes down to make it 16 Go on board perfect.

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When to know

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to not line. Khaled is someone who's who takes a lot of oath Josie Mullah had all these things, something this is basically a figure of speech in Arabic someone who lies Mahina someone who has no self esteem, her Mazin machete in Vida meaning someone who's a slender you don't be a slender guy be someone who speaks about people behind their backs, or will take one piece of information and send it to someone else with no money mana and will hire you not be someone who withholds aid monitor did not be someone who transgresses against the rights of others. At the end do not be someone who was sinful.

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Or totally not be someone who was rude or disrespectful or totally illegal, someone who was known as deal with people not to speak to people. But I did that because anytime you might be someone who's lost their identity, I think I lost one right.

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And the last one is I

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Help. You know in the last one, someone I'm kind of gambling with money because he has money because he's wealthy, you'll see you'll he'll Mark feed him because he's materialistic. Don't be, don't be any of these alarming things. And if you actually take the opposite of the elegant these are living things and we think about them, you will find that the the opposite of these other things is the perfect description of the character of rasool Allah. So Allah he's like this. And that's the beauty of these verses. When you take the opposite of them, you find it, it describes them so Allah isn't an exact as exactly how he was. Let's take the opposite. He is someone who unconditionally follow

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the truth. He is someone who would never compromise his principles out of his talk to him. He is someone who never lied. He was like, he's always spoken to me. He is someone who have very high self esteem.

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high self esteem has nothing to do with arrogance, and vanity.

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Having high self esteem has nothing to do with being arrogant or vain. Nothing to do with looking down on people are mistreating people, you need self esteem. Do not misunderstand humbleness and humility to having low self esteem are not the same thing. One is not chill as an Islamic ethic that the prophets of Allah Islam carried in other words is pathological. And you should, and you should seek help. And you should definitely seek help. You should speak to those who trust if you suffer from low self esteem. If you struggle with getting up in the morning and getting out of your bed. If you struggle with finding meaning to your life. And if you don't feel your worth. And you the goal

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is that you've been getting yourself others think you should speak to people around you and ask for help. There's no shame in that. Nothing to be embarrassed about. But having low self esteem is a problem. The problem presented was very confident human beings, very humble human being at least.

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I think it's never spoke of something that wasn't a part of his. That did not mean to him. He was not a part of he would never just landed on a cyclist. I'm only joking when it was not only asides them when he spoke, I think it's not up not only we never really told me he would. He is someone who continues to get higher all through his life. That's what he just says, is that what she said when he came riding down the mountain last time? And he asked he told her I was afraid that this must be Allah, Allah Subhanallah must be, you must want to punish me for what for something, but I tell him otherwise would never do that to you. And then she started to tell them doesn't know Russian, or you

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know, that halogen. But definitely, depending on who you were turning you on, I know I will help you. If you carry the person who can carry themselves you gain responsibility. You spend your money upon those who get who don't have a duty and offer a way out for someone who is struggling just because you say by the way.

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What is that show from continuing on? Is that show that she loves him.

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She respects him.

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Know, when a woman loves someone, she'll talk about what he did for her. What you guys have never had a woman love you before.

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Suddenly of you shouldn't have by now but some of you should

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show face to face was even done for her. That's what she would say, you know, Hello, everybody, should you do this for me. And this, no one was talking about how he loves her and how she knows that he loves her. He loves her back. She's talking about things that make her respect him. And there's a big difference between love and respect are not the same thing. And they're equally important in a marriage actually take respect over love any day of the week, and you're better off. Take respect over love is much more important is much more important that evening, both are very important. She showed how she respected himself on the highest because

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he was someone who wouldn't.

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who spent his life fighting for justice. You'd never transgressed against anyone unless it was them as civil as people never knew his sin for him, it is up to them all of his life. extremely respectful, very, very sure of his identity could care nothing about what money is on either side to so we look at the opposite of these characteristics exactly when he was still alive. So to sum up,

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when you read these students, these if taken no wonder they read the same way and again.

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And this time you didn't read them the way he read the money cycles, and this is what he took from it. You saw all these characteristics that we've been told not to do when he started he made sure that he was leaving, he was living life, the opposite of what you told not to do. And he built his carrier trolleys on some based on he was told don't go anywhere.

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Plenty out to your house he talks about characteristics. The first story in the Quran, right the first story that the prophet is ever heard, or and is filled with stories begins right after these verses in Bologna Hungama. Bologna has had an agenda even after some Googling, everyone knows believe it is known for honey hub or even longer, bigger longer even whenever you're studying potential though mostly the student tells me that the sooner document ethics tell the story is an ethical story. It tells them a father, when he had money when he's alive, he made sure that wherever he went wherever he took the harvest of his of his gardens and orchards that he gave a certain

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amount of that time as to people who are in need to the point where people needy people knew the day that he would harvest his crops that they would come and wait in line for their for their share.

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Is if it was a rate that they claimed from him. But it wasn't the right it was just something that he had, he had made a norm out of out of a good deed. He had turned a good deed into a tradition into a norm, people will get used to it, they would come and wait in line. And when he passed away, and finally the children looked at each other and said, Well, you know, we don't have to do this anymore. He passed away. And there's three of us now, how about we go in the harvest a bit early, just a bit early. So we don't have to tell people we don't want to give it to you. You don't want to be rude. You were raised by a good man, you didn't want to come and tell people nothing for you get

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lost, don't go harvest a couple of hours early in the morning. And we'll go we'll sell the crops before they actually arrive. And then we're not there to see them. And they just come and find everything is empty, and no problems have to happen. Very smart.

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One of them wasn't too sure about you're telling that maybe maybe we shouldn't do this. I don't like how this feels. So they go lots of time to understand something from the sky that burns this, this whole thing burns. The whole orchard burns to the point where they arrived in the middle of the night to harvest the crops and they can't find and you're like we must be in the wrong place.

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No, this must be this can't be the right place. He must have taken the wrong the wrong turn that wherever. So they go back and they start looking No, this is this ditch and the sun comes up and is completely versus burnt to the ground.

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So they go back into the

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Yasser forgiveness, also behind on Bina in Grenoble.

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In Nepal, the Subhanallah we were wrong we should have been

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in the last.

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It's just one message in this whole story. Don't break up monopolies. When you inherit good ethics don't lose them. You see, when you think about it, they inherited a good deed from their father, their father had had built something good, wasn't the orchard that their father built. It was this good deed that he built. They didn't inherit the orchard. They inherited this good deed, I understand what I'm trying to say this with it. As soon as teaching is what the I this is what he's thought about ALEC is focused on for three to four months, he learned to read the Quran. And this way, I cannot emphasize the importance of you starting to look at the Quran in this in this form.

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They had to learn that we did not inherit the orchard and all the crops, we inherited this good deed from him. And the moment that we got rid of it Allah subhanaw taala took took away the other part because other part wasn't really inherited to begin with for us. And they went back to nowhere. And they went back to the better people again, even though he didn't have the orchard anymore. But they went back to at least to understand that this is what we inherit from the project we inherited. As Muslims, you inherited a way of life from inherited ethics. It's when it's hurtful. When we see when I see Muslim brothers and sisters that young ages, I need to throw it away their inheritance.

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They don't care about their own morals and ethics and characteristics anymore, their character has changed because they understand that when you inherit from your parents, it's not just not the the color of your skin, the way you look into inheritance, this.

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And these two young men understood it the hard way they were taught the lesson the difficult way, because they lost everything. You have to start from scratch again. And to see if Zuora was an eye opener, I will use the mean. Tell him what did he mean?

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I must do make a Muslim I got like like a thief or like a criminal. There were wishing him in his law and in Arabic means someone who does not follow the laws of ethics. That's really what it means. And then the later on it was used legally for someone who breaks the law. And actually, if you mean by the law, the law of Islam, then Majid him is someone who breaks that law. That's that's all it is. It doesn't say, Mussolini that can kill caffeine, because you would think that the opposite of Muslim is a captain, or the opposite of a Muslim is that is I wish you to know this sort of thing. The opposite of a Muslim is son was my husband and just had the luck to follow was no law. He's when

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he's being taught, I saw this and I'm early on, it was coming to the last verse of this. So I'm just giving an example of how this sort of kept him taught ethics.

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Of course, he followed the money cycles, and we reinforced it for him. But I thought the Sahaba because I'm telling you names now. Today, I'll tell you a few names of people who accepted this early on, who really took this in and changed who they were and made them date and the people that we talked about 1400 years later, at the end of this was is what India can do that in the form. They use LIFO anatomy of authority and limb some even bigger. We have guru in in hula Junoon the disbelievers were so jealous and so hateful of you that they would try to make you slip with with with their eyesight. What does that mean? It's a figure of speech in Arabic. You want someone to

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slip up so badly want to make mistake. If you're jealous of someone you don't like them to be successful. You want to you don't want people to like him. You don't want them to do well. They were so jealous and hateful towards the brother. They wished he would just slip up once. Do you want him to make a mistake? You want them to lying wants to do something wrong to have some character stain so that they could use it and CeCe look at this prophet who walks around I feel like he's bourbon. Perfect for what he said but what he's done for

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They couldn't find anything. And they will try with their eyesight when they see it. And I said, you look at someone who's gara something long enough you can. So that's what the ISA that was tricky was stare at the Prophet, I was able hoping that they could make him just slip up. But he wouldn't, he wouldn't. So what did they say? Well, who

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didn't say this sign of insanity is not a sin. It's not a sin into any marketing scheme. So the closer they could come to saying something negative about them isn't saying, but they were waiting for him. Just make one mistake. Just make one mistake. So we can stay Islam forever, is not exactly what happens every day. When you stand up as a Muslim, we're waiting for you to make a mistake. Because you stand as a Muslim, with Islam behind you. You protect it, with yourself with your being with your life with your existence with your character, people wait for you to make a mistake. Muslims wait for you not gonna wait for you, enemies and friends. Everyone knows. It's just the bad

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part of human nature,

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waiting for you to slip up. So they don't have to say anything bad about you anymore. They get to stain whatever it is you claim to stand for. They got to speak negatively about whatever you please stand for. So every time you need every time you walk around and trying to hold your character, or maintain your ethics, remember, remind yourself, you're not just doing it for you. You protect something behind you. You protect the word of Allah subhana wa the Prophet it was all of vegan is wise. That was one mistake.

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I don't know how he did this.

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Right? Whenever someone runs for the presidency, they go and look at every single email, every single website that exists in their lives, anything, they will look at pictures that go maybe until they were 15 years old, trying to find some garbage, something distinct their character you see happens here happens everywhere. You don't think they search for mistakes where money stuff was done, they did, but they couldn't find anything.

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And they couldn't make things up. Back then it was different. You couldn't make the job. You had to have witnesses what you're gonna say.

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And then they just couldn't. So they said much newer, but they almost they just they saw wanted him to make a mistake, because what the sources

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talked about the ethics move on to laughter the second one after that. The third one sorry, can you talk about I love this Hello.

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There Susan was

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something was in the first 19 verses were all revealed all at once. If you go into them, you find a page and a half the half is one that was revealed later, meaning a couple of years later, but that first page all revealed within the first couple of days of this prophecy on ASR two was set up. And this one here I just put some I just highlighted a bit. So that was on the talks about his your spiritual needs. In order for you to be able to continue to be a Muslim to carry this message to do your job. There has to be something in it for you. You have to have your feels like you need your nourishment. You need some support. What support do you need Yasunaga to be able to carry this the

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support you're going to need a spiritual, It's spiritual. You say we say that you need your food, you need your sleep. This doctor says you need your prayer. This is what you need yet also look at the commands he has given you and uses them mill. Zelman means Elmo doesn't mean someone who put on a cloak or someone who put on a blankets, magazine, Melody Higginson, carnival or CIPA. Nietzsche said it whatever you put on as just a moon, it's touching your body. It's pretty close, whatever made up will not be hidden in metastability. That is what you were on the other side. So it's very, it's very symbolic. This talks about your spiritual needs something that's very personal. And we'll

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definitely we'll talk about are you going to appear to other people the appearance we're going to we're going to look like on the outside and look at it. Look at the commands. Let me lay luckily the talks about the underlying

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theme of victimhood in an interview with Aerosmith. Hi John Janina don't even look at repeat. These are the commands and just move on to the one after it. Here's the is the breakdown. Woman Leila. Illa Felina. That's your Salah. That's your prayer. He was actually commanded to Paris all nights, if not all night, did you have it, if not a bit less or a bit more with something like that. And that was a specific connection in Monday's blog. lucidum. You don't have to do this. But this commando prayer was for his own sake. It was for his own benefit. Because there wasn't it wasn't an additional burden upon when he was asked to do he needed this. If he didn't stand in the haggling

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between the hands of Allah Subhana Allah Allah in the fall for sure. In closeness to Allah, Allah, how was he gonna go up next morning and go deal with all the difficulties in the hearts if you're going to find when he's talking to people? Impossible.

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See, this is the point that we're missing.

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Well, I this is the point that we're missing. If you're wondering where the gap is, here's the gap. And here it is. You see slot is supposed to be something that helps you move along.

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It's not supposed to be an extra burden. It's

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supposed to be there to meet the burden of spreading the message of Islam easier, more simple, something you can carry, as well, sometimes, therefore, it's there to aid you here. It's a tool to help you out. To us. It's just another burden, just something more to carry. Just another difficulty amongst difficulties that we have.

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He gave us a tool to make our lives easier, we turned it into something that makes it even more difficult. And that's what they got lies. It's really this new beautiful light. It's as simple as that. It's as simple as that. I just thought it was that I would pray at the end of the day would pray and would find his his satisfaction is happiness within prayer. He wasn't alone in this audience who said I must have felt the same way about it. It's impossible to pray half a night or every night for 15 years or 20 years. If that wasn't the case, it's impossible. You'll do it for a night two nights on burnout and stop. He would do this all his life I use love to you and tell if

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offer me some some, some peace of mind. That'd be That'd make me a father. So I can stand there for a moment and enjoy my existence just for 10 minutes just to get rid of all the problems and all the difficulties and issues and I and all my fears and hopes and and complications exist for a moment in peace. Let me refuel me regenerate. Let me charge my battery.

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Just save make it on my new standard dude, pray. Prayer is a tool that's supposed to help you and your life. make you a stronger person, offer you peace of mind offer you clarity or bring inner strength. It's not supposed to be an extra burden, but we turned it into an extra burden. So it's it's hard to be wisdom now. Because what's there to help you really become something they're gonna make it like difficult, and we did it to ourselves. Meaning we did this to ourselves. It's not supposed to be like that. But we choose to marathon pray when we're alone. We choose to only see if we can break the word muttered in 35 seconds to get to work and we make that choice. We made it it's

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not there. But it's not how it's supposed to be. We've chosen to be the ghost on every single pair we've we've chosen never done anything before the bad Talib chose never to think of a word he's a bear at all. That's a choice as a conscious one that we have made. And then we have to live with the consequences of it. This sort of sentiment explains if you're a sort of like need your prayer, pray so that you can why because right after go back go go go going back because right after he said that, look, look at number five just after he told him to pray and look through the Quran reciting the Quran he told in the loopy islandica hole and the cleaner I'm going to just bestow upon you a

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very heavy message carrying this mission especially is going to be extremely difficult is extremely heavy it still is but in sha Allah with the fuel and strength of prayer of Salah of reciting Quran you'll carry us we'll be fine. We'll be fine. It's not here is that a heavy message and on top of it here's to even make it heavier. We did done that was us balance.

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That's not a sign that was us. We made that mistake. We've been listening for 20 years and 30 years and 40 years and 50 years and we still don't enjoy it. We still don't know how to make make reforms and enjoy what we're doing and find peace and find serenity and find tranquility and find clothes this is for sure. You gonna want to know about

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what's going on Yeah, well invocation after that whatever delay he closed his humble record for sure. tool is for you to be in a state in oneness with Allah subhanaw taala not literal one is with Allah obviously. But me there's only you and Allah subhanaw taala you don't you don't visualize you know see you don't feel the existence of anyone else. You only understand you only comprehend your humble existence and existence of Allah subhanaw taala everyone else means nothing to you at that moment that's delivered to

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you here in full sincerity Sure.

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Robert machine

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will work either in other Islamic to another spiritual tool Torquil very important for you to depend in your hearts upon Allah subhanaw taala do your best to accept the consequences can you do that anyone that that's what you do? Is very simple. You do your your God given best you adjust every resource to achieve something in your heart you know that the that the results only come through the will of Allah and you accept forever the results are good or bad. You're okay with them. You have no problem to have good. The spiritual is a spiritual tool to help you. This helps you move forward

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was to be a personal person these people harm you people say something to you that aren't hurt to those personal perseverance learn. Learn to calm yourself learn to be patient. Well here's your home. Hi Joanne Geneva Hi joins me that means we've removed negative influences from your life. Someone who seems to this is this is the spiritual food that sort of gives you

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know, take the last two because they work with the current guidelines.

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But no, take the whole thing. The all of this is what the student is teaching, removing and negative influences. Someone who continues to pull you down and tell you what you're doing doesn't work and tell you that you're wrong. Even though you know you're doing something, right, you remove them.

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In a nice way, just walk away, take a step backwards, I get questions about how do I do this? And how do I fix that 99% of the answers will be who are your friends? Show me your friends. You won't show me your friends because you know, they're not good friends. And I will tell you that all you need to do is just state take a step backwards. Just step backwards, all you do is one step backwards. You don't curse the moment you don't mistreat them, you just

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take a step back. You don't have to see them every day. To answer the text you can you can be busy, you can do this. You do it all the time. Y'all do it all the time.

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We're very selective in whom and when we talk to people just be selective so that you're not you don't have negative influences. Whether we will you will be in need now not really not

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regarding those who have just believed in you and their well being they're strong. Ignore these instructions. Ignore distractions. When you're being distracted from the message that you're supposed to give ignore them is a spiritual advice that was on the view that Prophet Holly's thought was this is for him so he can build himself so we can we can actually do his job you need to pray he's a saint the Quran which indicates Allah subhanaw taala

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you need to have for sure and closeness

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you need to have personal perseverance. You're supposed to ignore distractions because they're removed negative influences this this sort of speaks go back to Minnesota again, it's all intelligence get the products and send them small pieces of advice. He does not get the same piece of advice as a propeller for in certain wisdom with very different advice pieces of making each one is different even though we feel the client is saying the same thing but it's not the sort of thinking very different than the other you just read it to time.

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Wonder what after

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Aren't you that was

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below I know it's only the first eight verses some people say went down to the 17 I don't know. No one really knows. But let's take this differently. Yeah, are you holding on tested on funded Rebecca capital with the hidden mobile user manual while telling you in this tech good volume of bigger password, he was given 660 recommends good for very simple number one Homefinder. The words home itself is in both verses in most studios, right? It's a common denominator in both turas Oh, you'll find the word TM everywhere in the Quran everywhere. It's like it's like a secret. It's a code in the Quran somewhere. Because it means take a stance doesn't mean to stand up. It does not mean to

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stand up to stand up is what

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you say when people stand up. PLM has a completely different meaning of the Arabic language. It means to take a stance not to stand or to stand for something is a figure of different meaning for standing. It just is the same mistake we made. And and so

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we're talking about to read written text. There are still our as reciting we interpretively to understand to comprehend to gather knowledge, Leon has the same meaning. In Arabic, it doesn't mean to stand up walk up armies is that sometimes it can mean to stand up. But in general, it's a figurative meaning of taking a stance standing for something, you just stand for something else to Allah, you're gonna stand for this message I'm going to stand for, you're going to be different. When you stand for something, what happens? What happens the moment you stand for something,

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you make enemies, and people don't like it.

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People who stand for nothing.

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There's nothing to pick up inside for nothing. You can hurt them. There's nothing you can do that can bother them in any way because they don't stand for anything. The moment you stand for something or what it is, is only gonna be someone who's going to be pushing, pushing in the opposite direction.

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take a stance. It takes courage to take a stance it takes courage you have to be brave. It's not easy. It's difficult because because you're gonna be scrutinized you're

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gonna have to put up with with difficulties and hardships and people you know poking at you and asking questions and pushing with the opposite way. It's not easy to take a stance it takes bravery or if he did on his own was also the Quran. What about talking to the girl right? What about what I do now is what they stood for muscle strength in their hearts when they stood No, when you took a stand in the corner is filled with it. I can't get into an endless number of examples. That's why not to say he doesn't tell you to suddenly it's up in the sky. It's from the same words same room. Same idea is you taking a stance here. You understand the world in certain ways. And you have

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certain goals for the world you live in. And that's why you do this.

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Find it spread the message. What a backup a character. Hold your Lord's commands in the highest regards. When Allah Subhan Allah commands all the hierarchy taken, you take very seriously What the * a hopper. Make sure that you maintain your cleanliness inside and outside clothing with the other party rests. Your appearance matters the way you look.

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Even the way that you appear to people is a part of the deal with the Avoca. How do you maintain your cleanliness? Will Rogers you leave all sin and all Phil's while attempting to step in. And when you give you don't give, hoping to someone to give you back you offer unconditionally will you be comfortable, are you persevere as you move forward practically with these with these commands you do for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. This is how you understood these verses I'm just giving you, I just want you to stand the productizing them took time you recited these ideas, he thought about them, he contemplated. And he began to apply upon himself. So that the Sahaba, they were given three

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or four months to do this. It meant something it changed how they viewed the world, it changed their their character and their behaviors.

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You don't do the same.

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So you can't fix a problem that you don't admit. We just don't we just don't behave the same way doing? Or do we?

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Do we recite the Quran with this? Looking for these things? Trying to comprehend what he's trying to teach? And then imagining am I doing that? So my own life is just how I behave and how I think,

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what am I the standard that everything else needs to live up to?

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Which one is the standard that we all need to live up to is the Quran.

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Our character is not the standard that enable you to look up to is the Quran. So they will recite it will take time to be to listen, to learn to comprehended and to change. Change is what is what the ultimate goal is. It's making that we can change move to an after the final one. So these

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are the first five.

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The key.

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The key is what the right key is the opening is the key. All the data will be understood. Understood. In fact,

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let me give you the seven points and move forward.

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Also understood, according to it, here, the seven points.

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Number one universality were coming to

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me right off the bat this line and I mean, there's no Quraysh it's not about that. It's not about this behind me he's the Lord of a ball and everything that was ever created everything you know, you'll ever see everything you can imagine existence. Universality This is the Dean the first key is universal. This applies to everyone and it's very offered to everybody. Number one, mercy and hamdulillah the first Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim hamdulillah Al Akbar Al Amin

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al Rahman al Rahim again, twice in the first few rounds, he is the pilot which I would use for two names, use them twice. Both names are the same meaning the aim here who offers general diversity of workmen but what can you offer as specific mercy and compassion across man is to passion to all living things in Rahim is compassion to those who loved them back? I know without you will think he would balance it out. I know I thought that was a good time. I think maybe you bail us out a little bit. Because some of us the IUI Mr. Hasan, oh, you just don't have very good conduct say Bismillah

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he is the most compassionate and he is the one who will who will avenge it just to make things a bit more No.

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He will speak nothing but of his compassion it's an honor

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to be one of the basic models, the basic concepts the basic things are suited but his mercies compassion number three service you cannot would not want us to serve we are here to serve our your job here is to serve that's what you're here to do. That's our mission that's a part of who we are. We are servants very but we are here to serve. Now it doesn't mean worship.

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You can use your style for worship if you want the stains a better is a better way anyways. Not what needs to serve service as a third fourth belonging to an ummah you don't see icons or Dre yeah kind of stays with you use the knowing that means plural, we serve you when only you would be worship and ca for you and only you will be either you're standing there praying alone, which almost makes no sense linguistically. Alone, he was a little bit No. In fact able to read it with the new every time in the studio can be 17 times a day, by the way, no other is doing is getting that in the Quran. There is no sutra that is fun for you to recite. Does anyone translate? The Quran is encouraged that

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you recited but there's no sooner that is you have to read it. You have to read the suit or you're in trouble except this one. And it's not to be viewed one tip you read once or twice. You have to do this 17 times a day. You pray on average 150,000 prayers in a lifetime.

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Multiply that by 17

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I don't know I'm not good at math. Maybe 2 million times or something.

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Maybe two and a half million I'm not good at math. Something like that. You have to be this sort of I got definitely that's an that's a crazy

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that's a great, that's a huge number to say something to repeat to repetitively say the same thing every day one of two things happens when you say the same thing every day this number of times, either becomes a part of who you are or it becomes meaningless.

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You saying your problem, when you say something so many times, every single day throughout your life, one of two things will happen. Either this will become a part of who you are these themes will represent your life, everything in your life will fall under one of these seven things, or it will become completely meaningless. It will mean nothing to you.

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All right, the Oneness of Allah subhanaw taala.

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The praiseworthy,

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yeah cannot be humbled in that you'll have to get it out of me workprint praises worthy to him. He's the only one who was based on his account, no one else.

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Guidance is in we ask for guidance all the time. We continuously ask Allah Subhana Allah to guide us more, there is no state or no movement in your life where you have achieved full guidance. There is no mode you can say I know I have all the guidance and you always need more guidance. There is no end is an infinity is an issue of infinity. Meaning you can always be closer to Allah. Allah, there's no point where you're as close as you can be, you can always be closer. Logically, it makes no sense because we're talking about God subhanho wa taala. It does. Because there's no point where you're as close as you'll ever be to Him, you can always be closer to Allah subhanho wa taala. And

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the opposite apply, you can always be farther away only to be closer, you can always be guided more. You say this every day in your career 70 times is De La Silla is in a guide me guide me guide me, I want to be guided, I need to know what the next next step is going to be. I need to be a better person, I want to be a better person guided me to be the best they can be asked for this every day. So either it becomes a part of who we are, we're continuously looking for guidance or it comes to us. And the last point is integrity. Later, even when offline. We don't want to be either parts we don't want to lose our identity who we are, you still hold on to it. So often lady in an untidy walk

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the path of those who walked in before us.

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He said that certain things that would be bad. Yeah. This is what he learned on his stomach was, I'm trying to that's that's the whole point is I didn't have to go through any of these nobody could have easily just started dealing with the stories. But I think it's it's such a waste, that you ended up going through the sealer not really understanding how he, how he dealt with the Quran, how he really dealt with it, how he rubbed these out, and they made sense, he understood. And he began to practice and and things start to click and personalities started to improve and characteristics start to get better and people start to rise. As a Muslim, you should be getting closer to Allah

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every day, everyday should be getting, you should be becoming a better person just by just by nearly just being a Muslim. Just being God on his own means you should be getting closer to Allah every day. Because every day you pray, ask for guidance. And you revise your mistakes as to how you live. Unless that's not how we live. If we don't I don't understand what we're doing. And because because this is what what he was done. So

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right off the bat, I'm not telling you as long as he was talking 10 years into his prophecy, you're fine until he within the first five days.

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And I'm telling him that the Quran stopped being revealed for three or four months after this. He was let go, it was time to move forward. I hope that was helpful.

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He's given a couple months Yes, to figure out a plan. What we're going to see in the CLI, is it going to be a repetitive theme. He has to do the planning Gibreel will not do the plan. Why is that important? Well, what are you really hoping for? But you got to make dua to Allah subhanho. Donna, you're hoping he suggests a plan.

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I don't know what to do next. What should I do? This we do a lot definitely people I always get this this declutter thing every day. You those details are important. But we get this all the time. This is such a difficult request. When you want what am I and asked us to call for someone I don't know when this started. Historically, I still have not figured out when this began, when she started to do is declutter for other people. I'm not sure if they made money off it. If I were to actually do this, and I can leave medicine and all I would be very, very rich by just taking maybe a couple of bucks for each tip that I do. It's pretty simple. It sounds like it's to shout I mean, it's not like

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being a consultant, I just do something a little bit different is Tahara. We understand what it is when you have two equal options. When you're studying something you have two exactly equal options. There's nothing and one is there's no way for you to figure out which is better than the other. And then you say I don't know which one is better. I've looked at every single angle they seem exactly equal. You pray to it. And then you make a decision to move forward knowing you then what is this what you're saying is I involved in I didn't make a decision that I can see that both of them seem to me equally satisfying to not have both of them seem to always come equally. I don't always want

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to do

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Love no more solid pennies and make a decision. And in sha Allah Yanni i by that I have taken off by responsibility of not involving God, when you give me two examples or two issues where one is correct and one is obviously in connecting those two things, then there was design something that is correct and incorrect, something that has come on and it's something that does not have, there's no sticker there. You just don't do the wrong thing. What are you asking? They have to be equal? Can it be the same you look at every angle, every Islamic ethical angle you could possibly look at everything angle and do the same then to do is to cover

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this as a side grant, nothing to do with this process like to plan things out. We don't like planning, we want to last the countdown and tell us what to do. He didn't do it for Mohammed Zuma is understand them. And I'm telling you right now and he's not gonna do for you either. You didn't do it for him. Debris will come time and time again the problem, the most difficult moments, no plan, no plan at all. Nothing I can give you, at least they have hung up. When they when they dug the trench. No plan for the fights. They didn't know what to do anymore. Stay in stay out. Nothing, no plan. The Providence has an MCAT and to be turned back to Mecca after the people who threw him out.

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The bill came to him. And the mountain and Angel the notice told him Yasuda Allah we saw what they did to give me the canal crumble the mountains on top of that they could help us and they'll destroy them. He said no. And you'd be left no plan. No solutions, nothing you could have figured out. That's your job. What do you think your job is? If I'm gonna give you the plan and the way to do things, and what is your job? What are you gonna do? You're just gonna do it. It's gonna follow instruction. That's it.

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You have to figure it out, figure it out, you have to figure it out on a surface. Let's come up with a plan. So every plan I tell you is his audience cycles and the only time you change a plan if Allah is only given to on chain and go do something else. And he only did that if it was going to happen next was going to jeopardize his life on his luck was set up. He was given he was given certain commands or certain moments to save his own life because Allah subhanaw taala wrote for him a certain time to live, so you wouldn't die.

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You're wondering what aspirational, he hasn't made this operation you I told you last time, the moment he said I am Crockett, the moment one of them and no one explained to him and God told him he is possible Allah and he understood he was was with Allah, all of God. He knew he just didn't make it a public issue yet. He hasn't yet made it public and stood up on the mountain and said everyone needs to hear it listen to what I have to say I'm warning you though he didn't do that yet for operational. And the phrase probably at that time knew the I try explain to you with their meanings more than most Muslims do.

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They I heard these verses, most of them memorize these verses. You're very interested in with the problems I was bringing. It was so unique. It was so different. It was amazing was a different way of speech. A lot of them were bothered by it because he had broken every single law that Arabic literature follows. In Arabic poetry follows. He broken every line, like he didn't care about anything. And everything was saying was so beautiful in the way you were when you when you said it out loud. It was so profound in the meaning and very rarely does that happen. Usually philosophy is boring is profound is boring. And art is fun. It's a catchy tune, but it's meaningless.

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There's nothing there. It's just a tune. There's nothing it's just a silly song. But to have both them together. It's something to be as profound as it is as beautiful it was they they listened and then abuse upcoming first week second week third week the pressures asking all the Muslims Hey, where's the what else? Oh, yeah, you went to seminary and we heard that.

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No luck. No even on that one too.

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That's it that's all we got. Where's

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even you been pretty busy.

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What happened? So he's

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in saying your Lord gave up on you must be you must be used for Salah Mohammed salah. You're so heavy he was.

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So say stuff like that. You must have made it messed up. Jimmy doesn't want to talk to you anymore. He must have made a huge mistake. What did you do wrong? At least obviously, I've had the stress of planning this. He's told that you have to teach everybody about it because like he doesn't have enough stress. Now he's being mocked by what he was the first hardship you went through as a prophet. He had been too many before. But this was the first 100 prophets.

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And he began to worry.

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So another example, he's just healed three or four months later, with two lessons, two lessons to teach the prophets I send them how to deal with hardship from now on.

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In detail the process I tell them about worrying about the future about worrying about the future. Two lessons I'm giving you examples as soon as revealed in the teach lessons. He would take what was an interview and apply it yourself and continue with life with them. Maybe readings with aloha for what 50 years.

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I mean, if you looked at lunch, anyway,

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when you

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Have a hardship they used it, they use the concepts that are in it. But the one lady that said Yeah, three statements move forward. This is one of these features was November 5. Very simple these papers really difficult thing to remember these papers number one mom or dad got on board had never forgotten you he had never neglected you, nor will he ever. There has to be a statement that it's clear to you. When you go through hardship. It doesn't mean God doesn't care about you never ever say that to yourself. Never accept that thought come to your mind. You remember that immediately. Second statement, when

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whenever you lose in this type and don't get you will be given one better than whatever that is, you'll want them. Everything in the Hereafter is better than everything engineer. Don't feel sad about something you missed in dunya, you'll get a better deal you'll know

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when it's still for your ego. And you will be satisfied you'll nobody else in the hereafter you're gonna be satisfied. It's not like you're gonna be given half a deal. Or you're gonna spend your life working for the sake of Allah and then it gives you your package. Again, you're like, there's not enough I'm not know he'll be fully satisfied. To the point where no, no, no pain, no agony will ever exist in your heart ever again. You will be fully happy even with the difficult memories of your life you'll you will reconcilable perfectly because you'll be so satisfied from the labels that you'll have to remember those three statements every time you walk into a hardship the second part

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of this sort of remember how all those outer islands of the job you're like, let me hit the A team and think about and by the way, the guy you know, he's probably gonna remember when you were an orphan, they gave you a home you're missing we didn't have guidance and then we guided you and you were poor we gave you well, you now have the same examples that talked about yourself. Could you not say to yourself something similar?

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We can all say the same about ourselves in different ways in different in different words. But the same thing goes once this is a lesson and to offer with this and watch this. If you're old enough to think that way then you weren't Winston Winston situation he's offered you a way out. So he asked for you eight before. Why are you so upset now? He offered you a way out before he'll do it again. This is the third part of the shorter what you should do. What should you do? Focus on helping others family and Team USA in a 10 hour? Video on the job seeker? Who is paying you can you elevate? Can you elevate the pain of an orphan isn't elevate this pain? Can you help someone who was

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misguided and help them? Can you use your wealth to help others and do that, if you're in difficulty instead of wasting your time doing desire for yourself, you remember those sci fi statements, you remember how he has served you before so I know what to add. And then use whatever gifts he's given you to help other people and that's how we get through difficulties as Muslims, you're a Muslim. That's how you get through hardship. This is the this is what you do. You don't sit around waiting for things to change. No, you immediately begin to believe the hardship of someone else. I am in a financial hardship but I can believe your spiritual one. So it will leave your spiritual hardship

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and Allah subhanaw taala leave my desk how we do things.

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To the show, I came and filled them in anonymously used to laugh with each ease, there's enough difficulty to get through it. Some difficulties will never end will continue to take your life. But they'll be within that difficulty and no fees for you to get through it. You'll survive you'll make it through you won't lose your your DNS, you won't lose your email and you won't lose your integrity, you'll hold on to who you are in anonymously. The first one was specific to him, it is hard to find anonymous views so he was being told as hard for you and for you. And then with all your difficulties, there'll be an easy way to get through them and that he made it a lot in

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anonymous use. So this is a law by the way. Every difficulty will not be easy. And it doesn't mean every difficulty will have these afterwards. Some DVDs don't have us after it. Some of them don't. But every difficulty within it. If you look, if you are a movement, you'll find the issue and it will allow you to overcome and to continue to be who you are it won't break you or destroy you will hold on to yourself. These are the Dustin's he's learning. I know today in Oregon. That many stories today. I

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cannot emphasize the importance of you reading the Quran. The way you're supposed we're supposed to beat it. The way he recited this psalm, Allah Hadees I'm giving you examples of how we took it and how it changed him. I wouldn't

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I don't like saying that because it was much harder than we are. But how the Sahaba took this in now the Sahaba continued to be the people that they were move forward

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all right, one more

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where's the okay

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who was the first the absolute first Muslim who was the absolute first person to be a Muslim? I got the question last time

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so it was interesting because

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one of the died before it up until the problems

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but what was going to happen? What happened the moment I told you last time what it was already?

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What it was a believer before the prophets was Helen became a prophet.

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To see the first lobby is a stretch some scholars accept that. I think I think he's something beyond that. I think almost or that gave them Lake long enough just to tell the ones that we use and then the guy that you gotta get mediately he died before it up.

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You came and told the prophet Sallallahu sallam, he really want us to Allah. So maybe I don't I don't think he qualifies. I think he's in a different category. What? Allah one who was a complete different category. But the Muslims first Muslim was after the Prophet says I'm accepting the message, studied

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Islam, undisputed Khadija, boy you didn't

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get it not USA was the first Muslim number. The first person to make sujood for ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. uninjured the law of Islam, after the Prophet size emblem was going to be challenged.

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And I think there's there's a lot in that to learn. And the first Muslim was on that the first Muslim was a woman. The Prophet said was the prophets is a messenger. It's a different thing. Again, a different category, you can see that Muslims know. Oh, well, when it was funny that you say the first Muslim every go by people like Imani just said, I mean, the first one.

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But the first person in our own mind, the first person to accept the message of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam Muhammad

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was cutting job of your loved one, which I think was the DJ special person. When you do talk about the DJ. The next tip 10 years of his life is going to be filled with Khadija she's gonna be everywhere she will be doing everything. And time for Khadija. We're definitely been times after her overwhelm, I know. And then after that, we don't know the exact sequence. I don't know. It was about her first or Ali first or Zaid, I don't know. But the best guests that the scholars give is the following. They say the first Muslim amongst men amongst all adults, men and male adults.

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First Muslim of all was Khadija of male adults was the first Muslim of children was Ali and the first Muslim adolescent years was a we've been having

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it we will only be a few more days before all in his household will become Muslims Ali start to Islam, his wife and then all his children except this now but these are the first first two names if you look at it

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they're all very close to him. They live in his home. I lived in his home, and we're gonna we'll talk about move forward who's

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gonna take a few minutes talking?

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So I'm Allah is it up

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right yeah, no. Are you still with us? No, his name is Abdullah and his father of a Kochava is the things to Abdullah had dinner last night and when I met him and I think God decided instead insane, even more, if more road is one of the Prophet saw it was like we send them to grandparents. So he meets with the Prophet saw his lineage Moira

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the leaves of the Prophet has will say even kidnap and then Laura, and Rebecca has paid him in law. So is it taking me to work it was called to me he's from the part of operation is teeming with alumni who will work out it was what his course was a man. I look at like the Prophet saw as a limb never worshipped idols in his life ever. never believed in them number. He became very close friends with him. He was his best friend, someone prior to Islam. They met during their years of buying and selling the prophet Isaiah number within Lebanon and became a merchant correct. It became a business management and Abu Bakar have owned the business for many years, however, came from a wealthy

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family. Oba was two years younger than the brothers like nobody had a headstone in life. His father was a merchant before him and he owned wells when he had he had worked most of his life he had, he owned his own business. Oh, welcome, his father's with a lot of time teaching him and educating him, educating him on certain things overcome with a scholar of history, the history of the land, and a scholar of genealogy. He knew the unsub which is something I thought was very valuable if you're someone who's in a server, who knows exactly each trying, what their genius is, what their lineage is, and how they connect to other tribes, you know, names and peoples and that's a big that's a big

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plus. So Buffett was someone who helped the Bravo son of myself and all his life because of the knowledge he has, he's a very famous person in

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his field actually needed the help that the Prophet Ali's thought was he was a known figure people knew he wasn't someone who was disrespected nobody had his weight in communities and in society that we were many of the Muslims of course we're gonna see a lot in the future next few years you're gonna see a lot of Muslims gonna be persecuted, repressed, mistreated,

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or whatever it was to was too heavy as a human being not heavy in weight. But figuratively speaking his weight in society was very it was very big people didn't touch him or the Allah Allah.

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And you're gonna see how the products on like LM got his best friend to believe in. I've always thought at this point, when I whenever you think about a worker

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just think about this.

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When you look at friends, you have to look at the concept of someone having a best friend. And if your best friend claimed prophecy

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I wonder how that would go. Probably probably be the 90 that laughing

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point for the next couple of months with the guys you know, hear what he's what he's doing, you know, kudos Allah is Mr. This an MA,

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il worker and Allahu fi turn to in a moment. Everyone I offered this down to always had a moment of hesitation of hesitation is a second just to think things through, except for what not to

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act upon

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is this person who's waiting for this all who's one of the things that makes me you as I grew up or made me extremely confident is when he was still alive it

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who knows you're more than your best friend, someone who spends time with you daily is overcome, somehow knew at a subconscious level that we cannot even Abdullah, Allah Allah was was a unique and special person as if he was waiting for it. In the moment, the province music album and this will happen is

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actually within the next two three days we've been telling you stories and talking with them until next time,

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because your best friend you probably someone who died who did with the province of Allah, Allah He did, probably would have lost all his best friends. Because your friends are usually there for the good times in the fund and not for the serious stuff. Oh God, it was as if he was waiting for it all his life, just waiting for someone or for Mohammed the Prophet sometimes specifically to finally say it is finally bring it forward. And when he did, he did not hesitate for a moment. Because he later on many, many years later, the prophets I said will stand on the number. It will be 63 years old, or 62 very end of his life. He's tired.

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He started he was down there he was saying America and I had I had him come in on our funding ladder but No, everyone here everyone in this society it was always everyone here was done a good deed to me. I have done many good deeds back to reward them. I've made sure that if you've done something nice to me, I go on my way to make sure I do something nice for you. It will go back in time must have

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access to overcome I have yet to be able to reward him for what he's done for me in this dunya

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so I left it to Allah subhanaw taala to reward to overcome Allah Kulu hope but eliminate the misogyny to say do it learn how to overcome every door that opens open into the Masjid. You see all of the other ones they put up walls and domestic towards the end he started opening small doors so if I could open the door and get all the doors will be closed, we will leave the door open and it was a figure of speech. And everyone has a certain extent with me in terms of the closest extent Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Allah.

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So yeah, I loved your friendship, because you get to see him on the phone with him as a human being. Sometimes we lose that part. We tell you these stories and you see him. He's a guy, he's a person and he had a best friend. This friend his name was Abdullah Northland

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and he was the first person to believe in him it was him that says something about the Prophet and that I think is worthy. You'll continue inshallah this next week

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or so long

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before you leave