Seerah #13

Adnan Rajeh

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So in sha Allah this week we continue where we left off a few weeks ago. And this year on the prophets of Allah, Allah, you're trying to sell them. Now where we are right now, just so that this makes sense.

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We had talked about the beginning of Revelation, meaning the day Alia sought to receive the first few verses of the Quran. And I talked about the first five sutras that he received that he thought was true. And I talked about his experience with water club and Nofal. And prior to that his experience with Khadija Allahu Allah the first Muslim, and I talked about the first few students that revealed after the elbow how a shadow and how they were extremely connected to the difficulties he went through Alia saw to some early on, and I talked to talk to you about the early Muslims, the first couple of people and I talked about the importance of the significant story of being first a

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pioneering something. How that how important that was, how do you start to sit down for the first three years, it wasn't a matter of being sick of it's not being a secret, or for him moving in a secretive way? No, it was more selective. It was still activity it assigned to us. And I was selecting the group of people the foundation upon which he was going to build Islam basically, for the future. And that's an important point because I saw to someone's choosing people, of course, he must, he must have had some criteria that he used to choose people he talked about that and talked about the idea, or at least for me, I thought was very, I still find interesting, and I still think

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about a lot if you were there, if you if you had existed during that period, what do you have chosen you either your thought to somebody have given you Islam first? Or what do you or would it be one of the be one of the people who would accept this time later, it's not. By the way, he he offered this time to people at the beginning that didn't accept it, and accepted it later. But the concept of you being chosen by him Alia solders to me, it meant something to think about.

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And after that, we I showed you names of some of the early early Muslims, Muslims and Muslim acts, both men and women, and this was the list of the men and I'm talking about the rest of the women in a moment.

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Because I broke it down for you that it was from 16 Different tribes, that he that the Muslims came from the age group was, you know, from from 10 years old to 60, the average age group on average was turned 25 years old, mostly youth, mostly, mostly used mostly gay people in their in their early 20s and teenage years 5050 men and women almost almost down to the to the number almost exactly 5050.

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These names are important, because there's a name is it a soccer, mom will will use to build build the dean, these names stay by me they stood by him Alia sought to serve until the bitter end, they never none of them. None of these names, at least, were amongst them with the dean. None of them were amongst those who left Islam later. Some of these people as I'm gonna go through, some of these names quickly give us more, but I'll be reaching for a few of them. Some of them died during his life, he has sought to assess them, some of them outlived him out of your sight. Some of them you know really, really well. And some of them you don't. Some of these names, only have a few stories

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and then they even though they existed all throughout his life, I think it's safe to assume that you don't have all the stories about them. And the reason that I wanted to talk about them for a moment it doesn't. You don't have to be famous. In order to be a pioneer. You see Ali Asad, you look at these names. Some of these names are extremely known, meaning you can tell a lot of stories about you can tell the stories about my name and I find it a civilian but you may not know much about about it and may not have many stories I may be able to tell you one story and see about this man.

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Okay, last time for example, it'd be time I'll tell you one story about him and then his van he vanishes in terms of significant stories, but a lot of time he stands by the prophet Ali Asad to them during the first 13 years in Mecca, he performs the Asia he's there for budget and, and conduct and, and he lives way beyond the profits of my synonyms life.

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You don't have a lot of stories to tell him but that doesn't mean that this person wasn't one of the people that Allah subhanaw chose to build the deen on on their shoulders.

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How many know what Um, let me tell you how not many people know her Baramulla not only does she

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believe in the Prophet Allah, it's awesome within within the first 50 names. Not only was she on the earliest Muslims, but she also did the hijab to Habesha and then she did the hijab to Medina she did to Hijra. It's very rare, only a few Sahaba get that that level of reward, and she outlives the profit maximizing by number of decades. And all her children are amongst those who who only are a part of the Islamic caliphate and spread knowledge. You don't have to be have a known name. There's a beautiful story in the sea in Islamic history that happened a number of decades after all, this

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is one of the during one of the battles, the Honorable hubub armies took upon in, in Persia because the Persian Empire because you'll see at the end of we come to the end of this

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To all the empires that were surrounding the Prophet alayhi salatu salam became very, very threatened by this new movement by this knew what was going on. So

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there was a lot of tension, political tension, and there were a couple of battles that happened. And after one of those battles, one of the commanders would come back to Bob, and he would ask them, this is what happened is the story he asked him so what happened? Who did we lose Minister shed? Who can who give me the names of the martyrs? So he started telling him to sushi that Hula, hula hula accounts names, and then he said, Well, Mata virome cathedral Lana Alamo

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was to see the Euro home Harlequin Cassie Rolla and a lot of other people die, we don't know their names. So that was the that was the the Commandery it was they came back victorious, by the way.

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Who knows a lot about Amara, he got extremely upset of the Allahu Anhu Pakala. And tele TerraForm. Yes, you don't know them, like in LA Mola home rapone. Home, but they have a Lord who knows them? Well, you're ready for a smart home, you know, there knows their names, were ready for a smile, but even more mad at him. And he knows the names of their fathers or mothers, whether we him walk by him and the names of their children and those who love them. When couldn't learn it for him? And so what if we don't know them?

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And he spent a few minutes saying it and so what if you don't know them? And so what if you don't know their names? As if he's saying I have to say that they're irrelevant? Or because we don't know their name? Because they weren't famous that somehow they don't matter as much the whole the bottom or no? Don't Don't don't even use that, that determine the way you said it is improper. You don't say it that way. Write your own question. And other people you don't know what do you mean other people you don't know? That everyone is known to someone everyone is equally relevant. Just because they're not famous. They don't, you're gonna you're gonna say it in that in that in that way.

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You don't have to be famous for you to be a pioneer for you to be in the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala someone extremely important, extremely relevant. As someone who's extremely loved and has high status. That's why we got these names. You don't know. I mean, I've been Calif.

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You probably haven't ever heard a fault of an intellectual? Well, the Allahu anha probably don't know all these names, but that's okay. Doesn't mean anything. It's our mistake. It's our loss that we don't know their names. That's how we have to see it. It's my loss. And I don't know the names of the pioneers, of whom I owe you everything for being a Muslim. Today, myself, and my family before me and my family to come after me for many generations, is because of the perseverance of these people is because of their strength and their patience and their grit, and the years of sacrifice, both physical and financial, and psychological sacrifice that they put forward that we can enjoy

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being Muslim today that we're capable of carrying this Deen these names. I want to talk about a few of them just for the benefit of kind of going through a few of these gossip names. Besides bin Zayed bin, I'm gonna have a new file. Now if I asked you the 10 oversharing Bill Jana

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which of course, is something that didn't exist at this point in this era. We're still in year number three of his birthday.

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We're three years into his prophecy. The first three years of his prophecy I'll use salatu salam, you're number two, one and two.

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I asked you the 10 will machinima agenda which are the 10 people the Prophet Alia sought to send many many many years later in Medina was shut down and call their names for landfill agenda for landfill Jana was will talk about Oh, man. And I always do this. By the way, I always do this new trivia question. And I ask people to give me the 10 names and they give me the 10 names and they miss this name. Because I've already the Amazon genre has known and said it'd be it'd be a lot faster is known. And it's debatable but uh huh. Or no. And I was like, Man, I mean, oh, no, these are all no names that have some some level of fame to them. By Sade. Bin Zayed is a name that's

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forgotten. Even though I use when the earliest Muslims. He's before our pub.

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He is before

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where the earliest Muslims while I talk about him because of his dad. I like talking about him from home because of his father. His father is Zaid ibn Ahmad ibn Newfane. I talked about him once before, a couple of months ago, when I told you that the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. Before his prophecy, he was extremely interested in those who were still monotheists in those who believed in La Ilaha illa Allah, and they weren't widespread at the time. They existed in Arabia, but they weren't widespread. So we had to seek them out Alia salatu salam because he wanted to see people who were similar to him what a similar mentality. And amongst the people that he knew at the time was

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Zayed bin Abdullah bin Newfane. He was extremely famous man in Arabia, he would speak because he had studied the scripture of previous religions like what Aqaba NOFA he was speaking at the time, coming soon, where Allah subhanaw taala will send his final messenger

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and will correct all this miss all these mistakes. You see when you when you think about it, for the human mind, to to accept the idea of worshiping a rock or a tree or any living or nonliving thing for you for the human mind to stop at that level of for the human to evolve, but stop at the point where you're willing to worship to claim the divine

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ability and supreme existence to a thing to a rock, it means that there's something wrong with the way they're thinking. So

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paganism being a pagan or being a shipwreck, the concept of ship had to end insanely when people spoke of this, because they all these individuals, most of these names that you see early on named, not all of them, but most of them are descendants of his magnanimity, Brahim. Ali's, who taught don't eat early on. So Zedi been out a little bit new favorite of those people who would would challenge us quite often, he didn't have the fame, he didn't have the strength, we would challenge them and the prophet, but he didn't live long enough for the profit of some of those hindlimb to give him his time because he died prior to that. He died, but his son didn't. His son side would

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become one of the first Muslims. One of the earliest his family would become one of the earliest families to accept Islam families, not just individuals or family, him and his wife, often our mental health, Bob will be one of the earliest Muslims. So he will be with the Prophet alayhi salatu salam every step of the way. Literally every step of the way. He is there are the Allahu Anhu there is not one mat battle I will talk to you about there was not one endeavor, not one problem. That side is not there by the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, he and his wife faltered a bit will kebab when I look at that story, I think of the buttock of his father must have been from the effort that his

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father had put all his life by challenging the norm of of ballclub at the time, of spending his life trying to correct something that that he knew was wrong and deep in his soul. And the prophets I said was speak of his father of the of the father of the bounty that his father had, and he would speak of how sad AIDS is, obviously, I need the the result of that. You remember, and when you say isn't the story you recall quickly. Yeah, and so to cough, and you read it every week, what kind of whoo hoo, marsali Ha, you know, when those when those two orphans, you know, the story moves, with no color, or the underside, regardless whether you know, we know his name or not. And he goes ahead

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and he,

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amongst the experiences they have is they go to into a village and there are thirsty and hungry. And the norm of the time is that if you ask for food or water, they offer it to you and they refused. That's how badly behaved this population was. So when instead of you know, leaving and looking for a different place, this this man goes with the moose and they find a wall that's almost gonna fall over. And he acts like a builder and he builds rebuilds the wall again. And Musa was the third time was it got extremely upset. First thing, you you destroy a ship for people who offered his help, and then you commit murder, and now you're building a wall for people who don't deserve it. Yeah. And he

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wants what's going on? Later on, he would explain to me given the interpretation is he this wall belong to two orphans. And under it,

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under it was hidden there was there was a treasure of some sort of wealth of some sort. And if this wall was to fall over, then the people of this village if they're not offering water to someone who's better said, because somebody's just passing by what you think they're going to do to wealth they find that is only owned by two week orphans, there's going to be taken. So he rebuilt the wall. So when these people grew up, these two orphans became a bit more strong, they weren't able to find it and take it for themselves. And when the AI talks about that story, what does it say is what kind of uma saleha and their father was, it was a was a man of piety was a person of piety.

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You look I say even Zaid Bin Abdullah bin Newfane, the same thought comes to mind, and you'll find a lot of these examples.

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Sometimes when you when you're being pious you're not just doing it for yourself.

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You're not just doing it for you, you're doing it for more than your yourself. It's going to affect more people. Even if you can't see it right now it will affect those around you piety, not directly anyone whether you pray or not, or you think or not read the Quran or not. You follow the way of Allah subhanaw taala it doesn't affect me directly. But indirectly in the long run it will affect people around you. I like the example of saved in Zaid ibn Abdullah bin no fail. I'm loving Mr. Woods.

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Very simple person. Extremely, extremely poor. Financially Oh, nothing. Oh, the Allahu I knew he, he was so he worked as a shepherd he would take care of a few sheep for the people of of Galatians

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and he really didn't know what anything he was a slave for years before and he had gotten he was freed and after that he owns nothing so he worked just just to eat just to get get by. He had no he didn't have a big family because he was taken away from his family and he would work like that in the profit how to get started with them early on. He would go around as I said selectively talking to certain people they would come by this young man and they would ask them give us some of the of the milk

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and he will say Hey Sally, this is not mine. I don't I don't own this I don't own these cheap I cannot offer you anything that they produce. This is not mine to offer. So the profit it was 10 years old so the profit is awesome smiled to obika because this is something yeah it's it's a it's a very mature response for a child so he just got offered him something Photobucket offers him money How about we pay you give us something to drink? Chocolate Americana. How do I take it's not mine. I can't take this. It's not it's not I'm not allowed

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Did you use this? When they saw that as a as a trade that this young boy had the prophets I send them out of the Iranian Islam? Yeah, he explained to them Islam. And Allah had Massoud was one of the early Muslims, is Thompson was looking for people like this. He was looking for individuals who had a certain level of integrity. Who had they had a moral compass that was clear to them. Sometimes we think that is it or the way that we view it is that Islam is supposed to offer us the moral compass.

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I'm afraid that's really not the case. I'm afraid morality, I'm afraid that having good ethics, and having integrity is something that has to happen before. And if you remember, I talked to you about that when we drink a lot. There's a certain compatibility that we have to have in order for Islam to work for us.

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Someone who is crooked in their way, their way of life, someone who doesn't matter, that doesn't mind being corrupt, financially or ethically, people like that, whether you offer them Islam or not, doesn't make a difference. Because you can easily use Islam to serve whatever corruption you have, whatever agenda you're looking for. This happens all the time. It happens all the time. The concept of having of Islam coming and fixing us ethically, is true. But does it work on an individual on an individual level, it works on a social one, how we make sure that individuals how we make sure that our youth in our and our population are our brothers and sisters. And the people that we live within

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ourselves most importantly, have the right ethics or the right morals is something that has to be has to be based on the family has it based on the community that they're living in.

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Obviously, Islam teaches sort of honesty and trustworthiness, obviously, but it's not going to really make a difference. If that's not what if that's not the norm of the surroundings that they're living in. And that's why when you look at the Muslim world today, you see, you go to a Muslim country, and you see a certain level of behavior or a certain type of behavior. And you're wondering, how are they behaving like this? How could you be a Muslim and speak like that or act like that or treat others like that? Because it's not, that's not how it works? There's more to it than that. The Prophet thought was I knew that early on. This is a law of the universe a law of

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nature. So at least thought to choose people who have these ethics and morals early on.

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Examples like Amana been yesterday in his in his father and his mother, so many have been to hire

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three people who had been enslaved many, many, many decades prior. And Amara was born into slavery. And they were all being enslaved. They were all slaves for Abuja, Al Hakim, a Venetian.

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And they were there from the early, early people who believed in the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam from the earliest people, and I might have been Yes, he would outlive the Prophet on a slow stem for many for many decades. And he asked me would both die as martyrs early on in the deen.

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But they stood their ground. And when I tell you the stories of persecution, you'll hear their stories. And you'll know why the Prophet alayhi salam chose them, even though they didn't have finance, meet financial means or social or any other types of means, by the way at the time, what he was looking for, he was looking for something in character. When he was choosing there was an issue of character he was interested in Alia salatu salam, he was looking at grit. He was looking at integrity. He was looking at people who had the right ethics.

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I smacked him into the bucket all the Allah why now, one of the early Muslims we talked about her father a lot we talked about her sister Aisha, we don't talk about a smell. That's not the only thing you'll see her stories. One of the earliest Muslim she will marry is a better than a one man show her son will be Abdullah having this debate one of the people who ruled the Muslim world for a number of years. She's She's a lady who will speak up against her judge at one point, at one point in her life later on many, many years later, when she has to stand up and speak against one of the biggest persecutors of the land at the time. Were the worst dictators that that came about. By the

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land at the time, a smart money Booker.

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All these names are the names that Allah subhanaw taala chose to build the deen on. And it's important for us to know them. It's important for us to take a look at how they, how they were raised. What they did to make the Prophet alayhi salatu salam choose them, and then how they continue their lives later, many many years later. And to make sure that our youth know these names, because they know a lot of other names that are nothing even even close to them or the Allahu Anhu Jemaine so these are the early Muslims, that the Prophet slicin would build the foundation of Islam upon right. I'm gonna talk about a few students that were early that were revealed to the Prophet

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alayhi salam during this period, just because you know them and because Yanni you recite them quite often in those villages that Amma will find them on something they read every day.

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A lot of Jama was revealed early on in from the earliest students that would reveal to the Prophet Allah so maybe number six or seven was suited to clear.

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Now I've experienced with it the query another couple of times, I'm gonna run quickly through with you through the meaning of sudoku because it's very important. So that the clear and all the students after interested I'm going to carry it over to borouge. All these students talk about one concept in Islam. And the concept is the sanctity of freedom of choice. I'm not talking from a political perspective, I'm talking

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From a religious one, mean the fact that Allah subhanaw taala allows us all to choose. We don't live based on instinct alone. Other creatures do all other creatures do. But we have meta cognition. Go look, look it up. It's where you're capable of wandering about wandering and thinking about thoughts and contemplating about the fact that what, why is it that I'm here what I'm doing, no other creature does that there are no ostriches walking the land wondering why they can't fly.

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There's no animal that's unhappy with with the way they look, or with what food they eat, or the plate or the habitat that they live in. They don't try to leave where they are, they understand they live by the instincts that Allah subhanaw taala put within them, but the human being does not. Because that we have a different level of cognition as humans,

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understanding that we have emerged in a freedom of choice that Allah subhanaw taala has given to us understanding that that freedom of choice is Allah subhanaw taala, this gift to myself and to you to choose what you will is extremely important. Because I come from a generation, no, maybe you don't share this with me. But I come from a generation that spent most of their lives waiting for things to happen, waiting for things, waiting for change in waiting for opportunities and waiting for Nelson and waiting for the footage and waiting and waiting, and none of it came.

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And none of it came because waiting is not our job. And waiting has nothing to do with it. And waiting is the worst thing you could ever do. Because waiting is a choice as well, Allah subhanaw taala put us here to make to make choices. And the choices we make, he will later asked to ask us about them. If you feel that you're not in control of your life, or if you feel that you're insignificant, or the choices that you'll make don't mean anything, then you haven't understand the basics of what Islam is about. The most. The only valuable thing that you and I actually possess in this life is our ability to make choices is our ability to have a conviction to believe in

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something, and then to live our lives. Trying to achieve that one thing. That's the only thing that we actually possess, everything else is variable. Everything, your health, your wealth, your social status, where you live, how long you live, you can't control any of that you can try. And you should try, we all strive towards trying to control that as much as we can. But at the end, ask them when in their late age, ask them, how much of that were you able to control and they'll laugh at you, even the most successful of them, they will laugh at you, they'll tell you nothing. I was able to predict nothing of my life. I gave a hope a few weeks ago, and and

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on to in 2009 on the 31st of December 2009. I sat down and I wrote what I wanted to be in 2000 the beginning of 2020 because the next day was the first day 2010. So I want to make my plan for 2020. I achieved nothing Wallahi nothing if that night, someone came to me and told me on New Year's Eve of 2020 You're going to be in the state I am in right now I would have laughed out of mock that person possible. My country just talking about impossible care and not a chance. I'm going to be outside of my village. I'm still going to be a resident and a medical who I'm still going to the only thing I cheated I married my wife by the way, that's the only thing I've done.

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Just good enough to be honest with

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you because I can say to myself, I'm a failure, you can say the same. But the reality of it is that you can't control a lot. What you can't control on this journey of the 10 years are your convictions, what you believe and what you stand for, and what you're willing to continue to do with your life. Wherever you may be. And whatever the circumstances are. If you know what you stand for and who you are and what you're here to do. You will do it no matter how. No matter how lost you may feel, no matter how poor no matter how sick or tired or persecuted you are, you'll continue to do the right thing. And really there's nothing else there's nothing more to life than than what I just

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told you. There's really nothing more so difficult is one of those early suitors that would come and make a huge buildup it's a beautiful so just builds up either shumsa Kuvira to either no Joe monka Jarrett with LG bio. So here it is. I was talking about things when this happens when the sun is destroyed, is broken down into a small ball. And when the stars start to fall, when the mountains the mountains and all their strength and glory and the solidness of the mountains turned into nothing turn to air turn into cotton.

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Without a shower or

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a shallot each one is saying something is going to happen you'll mill piano something grand that you and I view as as as magnificent and strong and larger than you and I we brought to its knees but it will be how it'll suit Jarrett and when when the ocean is on fire when water is going to burn.

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What He then moved to say that the ice them and potty let it when the child that was was buried alive. At the time there was a horrible trade or trend that was happening and

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with very, very young newborns, a fear of poverty and shame.

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You may say, and it's over 100 They're doing it anymore, but they're still doing it today just in a different form. Children are still being buried alive just differently, with a different mechanism, but it's still happening. It's just their homes are coming down on them. It's the same thing.

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We then moved to su 11, when that very child was asked to mill to be I even been kottelat. Based on what mistake you made that you were killed. What was your sin? Oh child that caused them to kill you? Of course, it's a rhetorical question Is there is none. But maybe the question is not for the child. Maybe Allah subhanaw Does asking this question is a very scary one. It's only once in the Quran. And if you've listened to the citations or the bustle of the summit, you'll know you'll build up to it. It'll read an all in one all in one a continuation to come to that point, you then put it that maybe it's not the question is not for her or for the child that was murdered. Maybe it's for

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everyone else who had a choice in the matter, because he's the only one because that child that died is the only person within this whole story who had no choice at all.

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They had no choice at all what happened to them, but everyone else did. Everyone else had a choice. And the story continues to build coming to the last verse in it. Well, Martha shall order in a Masha Allah Hora Bula al Amin, and the only reason that you choose is because Allah subhanaw taala has chosen that you can choose we use this verse in the opposite way. We have so misunderstood or on to the point where this idea is actually used as evidence to oppose the point I'm trying to make. Meaning when I talk about choice, someone will say yeah, you can only choose if Allah wants you to choose. Yes, exactly.

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Me Our choices are only whatever Allah wants. Yes. What does the Lord want? He wants you to choose. That's what he wants. That's what he gave you. He gave you the ability to choose. That was his choice.

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He chose you choose because he chose for you the ability to choose, I understand what the difference of the way you look at it. When we look at our lives, I have no control over anything. Why? Why am I Fisher una Bucha Allahu Akbar. And I mean, I can only choose if he chooses yes to? How are you using that as evidence for the fact that you have no choice? Explain that to me? How do you understand that from the surah. The opposite is what this is literally the opposite.

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He chose for you to choose, enjoy it, enjoy. This privilege could just short lived. It's a short lived privilege. But we actually think about what do we actually choose in our lives, how many things you have the ability to fully choose? Even when it comes to our choices. They're limited. So when you things are chosen for us and you can't, you can't impact. And then we're not going to even take responsibility for the choices we can and are making.

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There's nothing else going to be asked about your milk. Yeah, but the choices when they talk about the sort of ownership. When the books come into your hand, and shoulder and the shoulder everyone in there, you mean to me and show everyone there? But if it comes down to different hand or whatever hand it comes into, and they say, Well, how could your life be any broken down into a book? It's not that hard. How many choices did you actually make? That were fully your own choice? A lot of stuff you didn't choose, there's not gonna be in the book. There's a lot of parts of your life that you had nothing to do with. It just happened. That's how it worked out. wasn't wasn't me. It just this

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is what I was given. I don't think it's that hard for him to compress the pie. No, it's out of the choices that we made. It's not that difficult. The sanctity of choice of freewill.

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We are all going to be held accountable for the choices we're making today. And there's nothing more to life than that. Every choice you make you make today is something that's going to come back. You're welcome. And you have to defend it. You have to explain why you made that choice. Why didn't make another one?

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What were you doing during when this was happening when that was happening? What were you thinking we made that your What was your intention? What was your What were you looking for?

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There's nothing more to life. And if a Muslim if a Muslim society, if a Muslim community if I myself was raised in a generation, where we felt that we didn't really choose anything, because everything was chosen for you, your clothes were chosen your food, your parents chose what specialty we're going to study.

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Many people their wives are chosen for them, where they're going to live in is chosen for them. They feel like they own nothing. So they live and they don't mind making mistakes because they don't feel they're in charge.

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It's difficult to to raise children, empowering them, making them feel that their choices, that they're responsible for their choices and cause a lot of difficulty, but you raise people of strength when you do so. And if you decide to control your children's lives, yes, less problems. I agree less of a headache because they just do what you want. But you raise weak individuals who don't feel that they're in charge of their own lives. They don't feel that their choices matter that they shouldn't be making conscious choices every day of their lives and their decisions are extremely important. And that's where we are right now. That's where we are 15 1622

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If I mean still

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not doing much, doesn't feel responsible for much. Well, why why? Why is that?

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I have answers for you. I'm not gonna, I'm not going to share it with the kids here. But think about it. This is important that the Quran is filled with sudo. But this is one of the early ones, early Surah, la Monica goon Illa Yasha, Allahu Akbar, Allah mean, you choose only because Allah subhanaw taala chose for you that the Lord of the Worlds chose that. And that's what they learned from it. The Sahaba start to feel my choices matter. I had to that's what they felt valuable.

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We took that and, and completely twisted the meaning to a point where Yeah, and it doesn't work anymore.

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Another early sort of Allah Allah sub base model, because one of the earliest ones that were revealed to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, these are the things he's sharing with those names. What I'm trying to explain to you is that these names these are the cells they learned early on, is not just that he memorized the sutra and recited it properly with pitch we'd know it was more than that. It was the concept of the pseudo was teaching was the actual benefits of it understanding something new something being emphasized and explained that a part of the deen you choose you're responsible for it we're all going to help be held accountable and there's nothing else except

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business model because Allah exalt the name of your of your highest Lord.

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The whole surah is in those two words by the way, all the rest of his commentary, commentary I'm gonna go through I don't want to bore everyone here with with a deceive, but I want you to understand the idea. If the spear you understand that one of the probably more almost one of the only differences that exist between a Muslim or a religious individual and a non religious, individual and Muslim. And non Muslims, whether they are religious or not, is the concept of the spear of understanding what it means to to exalt Allah subhanaw exaltation of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. And it has, has extreme consequences on behavior. You're wondering what is it just be, we should

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don't do some pilot, and I'm not talking about that. It's a good thing, do it after prayers do before you go to sleep, do it in the morning. Perfect, you should do it as much as you can. But if the idea is not clear to you, then there's no point of it.

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It just means that anything that happens in this life, you do not turn towards Allah subhanaw taala and blame. Whatever happens that doesn't go your way, wherever you see that you don't like. And there are many things that are happening to you around you that you do not like that you do not enjoy, that you may have a problem with. Do you turn to Allah subhanaw taala and object and wonder why he allowed it and why he did it. There must be something wrong, and maybe in his creation is not complete? Maybe he didn't perfect the deen, maybe he didn't perfect the law? Or do you look at yourself and wonder how you could have been better?

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How you could have acted in a better in a more productive way? Or do we turn to ourselves and wonder where we went wrong? Which is it? This is a vital question that you will encounter every day in your life.

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And I talked with youth a lot and I can see those who are gonna do well with that and those who aren't. And not just youth I can I can talk to people who are older, and I can see who who's gonna do well with and who's not, who has the ability to self regulate,

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to be mindful to ask what they what they could have done more. And those who are expecting who are expecting Allah subhanaw taala to treat them in a certain way. We'll have who have expectations for God.

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I am a Muslim. I'm a good person. I expect one two and three to work out for me. That's a that's the most Sliva that we have thought is a masiva set based model because Allah you exalt the name of your highest Lord.

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You exalt Him, go to the store yourself, and you'll see the meanings being repeated. I just want you to understand the concept. We build our dentists via whatever happens that we don't like Subhan Allah Subhanallah is not because you saw something that you thought was beautiful or weird. That's not the right usage for it.

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That's not why you're using it. You don't see some weird thing. Subhanallah that's No, no, no, you can say it, but that's not why he's there. That's not their proper usage of that word. Subhanallah is when you see something that you don't agree with, or something happens that you're not happy with. Or you're wondering why that happened and you have a query and shaytaan throws a doubt in your heart or you have a question that is not properly say subhanallah I don't blame Allah. Allah Subhan He's exhausted he does not make mistakes. He does not have faults subhanaw taala faults are from me, not from him. Subhana wa Tada we're the ones who can do better

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Oh, well we this was a natural phenomenon and it caused disaster you're gonna blame God for that. Is that how you think? By the way many people think like that

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it's his fault he did. He's words are said gentle agenda Lula de cada sub Subhanallah that's where the word becomes important. Subhanallah No, I don't do that. As a Muslim. I will not cross that line ever. Ever as a Muslim you'll never do it. matter what happens you don't turn to God and blame. The only time the Prophet Allah sauce and would get upset is an example of that.

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Within these first 13 years, I'll tell the story when it comes down to it now as well. When it came to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam after he was horribly persecuted. I'll leave the the horrific part of the story when I talk about persecution later, but he came to the Prophet alayhi salam and he was hurriedly persecuted.

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And at least thought to some saw him and he felt for me, sobbed with him. And he helped help them out because couldn't walk anymore. So hubbub will say something down the lines of the following would say, You're a suit Allah Illa amateur.

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Oh, Prophet of Allah subhanaw taala. Until when? Until, when will we stay like this? He didn't necessarily I need object. But maybe you can take it from the way he said it. Maybe the way he said it to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam there was something wrong there. No, you don't say that. And he got upset. They told him there are people before you who went through more than what you went through. And they stood by their dean. And they and they passed away. And they never said that. Well, I can confirm when to start. You don't but you're showing me that you have no patience. And the man had just gone through something so horrific. I don't want to share today.

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Why? Because the one of the concepts that this Dean was built on, is Subhan Allah, Allah, Allah. I don't I don't object. That's why you do ROCOR the whole point of ReCore the whole point of that movement in prayer is to do that. You just say subhanallah clld. So you don't make dua record you're not allowed to make a record. You're not allowed to meet Quran and record. You're not allowed to say Hamdulillah you only Say Subhan Allah be around him and anything else that is similar to it, exalting all the almighty so boo and produce and Rob will matter he will rule Subhana Allah will Jabba rooty will Mala coochie will keep it here, it will ask you the things that the Prophet it says

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I'm tired as well. And we all have the same meaning. I exalt my Lord subhanaw taala, the unique the one who was faultless

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because it has to be something you teach yourself. That's how I think

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as a Muslim, I'm not talking about myself talk about the way we're supposed to think. As a Muslim, I don't accept ever turning to Allah subhanaw taala and blame over whether it comes to me or shatter comes to me. I don't turn to Him and wonder why he didn't treat me better. I don't have expectations for him. He has expectations for me. Who is being judged here? Are we here to judge God to see how long he's gonna let us live our lives? Or are we here to be judged by Him? You'll myopia but which one? Is it? Which one is it?

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And I've seen people lose their faith

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over massage.

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I asked Allah subhanaw taala that none of us go through that say I mean.

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And you can say in your life, it's in your heart and shall never do it. Say that because the nice intention to have but you don't know for sure.

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You see when when problems when calamities hit life what they do? Have you ever been with someone and then their status changes? And then they change? And then you come and say something like, Well, why

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don't you have a year or two, life changed him, wealth changed him, and he's something changed this person or changed her. That's not really what happens. Life doesn't change. You listen very carefully. It exposes you. It exposes us, that's all it does. It doesn't change. It just exposes something. That the opportunity there was no opportunity for it to, to show itself. If I have it in my heart, a certain level of shock or boil of cheapness or selfishness. Maybe the situation I'm in right now. It's covered. It's not exposed, because I'm wealthy, because I'm doing well. So you don't know I may be I may be someone who's cheap. You don't know. Maybe right now I'm giving money away

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because I have it. But one day maybe things change. And then I'm not as as generous to say well done yada yada. You know, life didn't change me. It just exposed me. Like doesn't very rarely does life change people expose is something that was hidden for a long time. It's a very different thing.

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That's why Subhan

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Allah is something to work on. My younger brothers and sisters work on it now. Because life is going to throw you a couple of curveballs I guarantee it for you. Let me let me allow me to be the bearer of bad news for you tonight. Life was going to throw you curveballs life is gonna make you fall and get thrown a couple of obstacles make it fall down a couple of times to see

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let's see what how are you going to deal with it? What are you gonna say?

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The number

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also doctor I'm contaminated Cody been

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out for the Quran, Allah, Allah subhana gave this to me to see, am I going to be great, great for him are going to be someone who's not. I'm like someone who's honest and guided by someone who's not. That's what lives there for Subhanallah being honest, this be the concept of exalting Allah subhanaw taala. What it means

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is you're preparing yourself when things don't go your way you don't turn to Him and objection You're not upset with God. You don't have an issue with him. Not wondering why he didn't do this or why he didn't give you that. No, it turns you yourself. He tried to be better. You take them we'll see but you're turning it into an act of subversive you get a yo yo multicam

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So be smart because one of the early soldiers in the plant that

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So that's what it talks about. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna go through the verse by verse But that's that the idea within it. Another earliest surah. So with the ln,

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see all the kids know the sutras. Early on one of the first things he heard.

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So far I've only shared with you 10 sutras is the first 10 When they either Yahushua when they heard either to Jalama halacha karawal. In Comilla shutter, indeed, by the night as it covers everything. And by the morning, when it brings light to everything, and everything that went into the creation of every male and female, he takes an oath by all life and all the movement of life, the movement of day and night and everything that was created every living thing in ESA Colmenar. Shatter indeed your ways of life are many are variable. Everyone has a different way of living. We all do. That is a fact. He's not saying you have shame on you, you have different ways of life. That's the fact we

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are different. We live differently, we think differently. You have different cultures in different ways. And we just different, and that is fine. That's it. That's how he wants it. Subhana wa Tada. But should there not be at least a few things that are constant amongst all of us? should there not be a couple of things? should there not be a standard that we all adhere to, within our differences in order for our differences to actually be beneficial and not be harmful, and not be detrimental? In order for our differences to actually help us thrive and be prosperous? There has to be a standard, the standard, the SUTA explains this Dakhla an alpha with Dukkha at the end of the Sunova

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Eugen nebo

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piety what is piety? Duck was a very simple idea. Very, very simple. Before you make any decision, before you decide to do something, you ask yourself one basic question. Is this something that Allah subhanaw taala would not want? Is this something haram? Is this something that will cause Allah subhanaw taala? To be angry with me, you will double Allah? Is it? If the answer is no, go ahead. If the answer is yes, you stop. Even if the answer is yes, later, maybe even it's something that will later preventatively if it's if it's going to later sub sequentially in the future cause cause you to make them to be in fault and to be uncertain you stop. Taco has the idea of preventative pneus.

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You know, preventative medicine, we do it all the time. It's the best time. That's why you get vaccines. You don't wait until you how polio we fix it before it happens. It's better. It is better financially, it's better physically.

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We all know it before, just try and stop the problem before it happens after it happens is damage control is damage control. When someone comes to me before they make the Center for the making mistake, we can we can still we can still fix this we can find a way out. They come to me after they make mistake.

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It's hard

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becomes very difficult. We can offer solutions. It's hard it's case by case and doesn't always work.

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The concept of Taqwa is your reply. That's what the word in Arabic means requires to prevent something. So prevent, prevent punishment for yourself. Prevent being on the wrong side of Allah subhanaw taala satisfaction. Don't be on the wrong side. Don't be in the wrong before problems happen. Take a step back and make sure you're in the right.

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Don't remember after the mistake is done. Don't remember after you already wait to deepen.

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I told you a few weeks ago, one of the I think the leading reason for youth Muslim youth to leave Islam is not intellectual problems is not the issue of athletes as important as theology and the questions of philosophy are, it's not that, in my experience, by far, it's sin. By far its sin.

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We don't help them do Taqwa. We don't prevent them from making their mistakes. We don't help them prevent themselves from making mistakes. And then they're too deep into it. And they can't live with this with this guilt anymore. They know what's wrong. They shouldn't be doing but they can't stop it too much guilt. What's gonna happen when there's too much guilt? What happens?

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Either you find somebody to stop it, and that's hard. Or you get rid of the guilt. How do you get rid of the guilt? You get rid of whatever's causing the guilt. You got rid of the Dean because Islam Allah says, All you that's haram, don't do that. And you're doing it every day.

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You're feeling guilty. If you're Muslim, you're feeling guilty that I shouldn't be doing this. So only a matter of time before you either actually make a change in your life. And it's hard to make these radical changes and get rid of horrible habits. It's not easy. And of course, unfortunately, our communities don't offer any help, which is another problem. It's not like we have set up in our communities ways for our people, for those who are suffering with with from any sin to help them out of it, we actually scrutinize and we

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we don't treat them properly, we start looking at them and we condescending towards them and we make them feel worse. We actually contribute to them leaving instead of setting up support systems so they can find a way back.

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If we're not going to help them prevent it at least help them fix it later. But if we can't do either, what do you think they're going to do? No one can live with guilt forever. It will drive you insane.

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So you get rid of the guilt and they get rid of the dean and they find some way to just believe they find some way some some question that they did this yesterday.

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Nasr properly for them, they'll use that they'll leave Islam, and I've seen it so many times. You probably know people in your life like that as well. I'm probably not telling you something you don't know tonight

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at taqwa, these are the concepts that were being taught. That's the only reason I'm sharing these tools with you. Because these are the early stuff. You wanna learn the core, and this is what they were taught early on. Your choices are sacred. You exalt Your Lord, you blame yourself, you'd be better. You don't blame God for whatever's happening. And you live with Dukla you prevent harm for yourself and for others. You ask that question, Will this cause harm? Punishment, you'll milk gamma is harm prevented, prevent harm. Don't ask the question after this. It's not you're not getting you're not getting enough for your buckets. It's not a good that's not a good transaction. To ask

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later. Toba is always open. You can always make Toba Miss way better she just packed Aqua. It's way better just to prevent yourself from doing something that will cause you harm. All right.

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So the team what Tina was a tune.

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All the children knows what TV was a tune. What are you seeing? Well, I mean, luckily the color canal in Santa Fe actually talked to him. Yesterday he talked to him and God created the human being and the best what? Now we're stuck with him queen? Is the Queen the way you look. It's the Queen your picture the way your physicality? No, not at all. doctrine has nothing to do with that at all. No way in Arabic and Queen means that there's no way there's literally no way for to do it. duckweed may have heard the queen is none. And when they fix your you're fixing something, you're helping something function, your teeth are functioning. So you owe him your back hurts and you have your

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back to work. So it's function functional. duckweed has everything to do with functionality has nothing to do with the way you look. I mean, you think a profit is lost. I've never seen someone was born with a deformity. deformities have existed from the beginning of time. He treated us as part of the Queen, He created us in the best way for us to serve our purpose. For us to do our job. He gave us all the tools. He gave us everything we need to do what he wants us to do subhanho wa taala, which is Amanullah, I'm gonna find it I think if we don't do it, then some of the dinner who snsf Even if you don't do it, then your nature, your human nature, the nature of the earth that you were

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created from will take you down to the lowest of the lows. Because your nature inside wants you to be selfish. It wants you to be greedy. He wants you to be lazy, it's lustful.

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And if you if you return to that, and you've lost everything, however he craves you in the best form for you to be able to serve your purpose. And that's why Allah subhanaw taala made all these rules. He made all these laws. And as Allah who can hack in, he's Hakim is the one who puts the law who makes the law, who is the most wise of the ones who make the law? Isn't Allah subhanho wa Taala you think he would make you Allah that would harm you? You think he would tell you to do something that would be harmful for you in your life? And do you think that? Do you actually believe that he would tell you don't drink? Don't drink alcohol and drinking alcohol is beneficial for you. You think that

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you think that doing that would be helpful? And he would say no, don't do it. You think you'd make something haram? And that thing that's haram? Actually, if we did, it would be awesome for everybody?

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How could it how could we think that what he what he what he makes when he makes the loss of hundreds and he's making the love because that has your best interest in it. And he created you in the best form to serve your purpose like that is what the Buddha's teaching

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every single law to come after the Sunnah they knew when Allah subhanaw taala said, Make Zina haram when Allah subhanaw taala asked us to offer our life for His sake and living living life properly.

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All the different all the difficult rulings when we're talking about hey, jobs subhanho wa taala, you think this is being talked about? Because it's harmful? Because it goes against the best interest of the person who's being told not to do it? Or is it within your best interest? Which is it an ace Allah who will be I mean, hacky mean, is the most wise of the ones who decree laws, of course, he is supine. So when he gives the law, this law is in your best interest, it's in my best interest. He created us perfectly in synchrony with these laws, so we can we can prefer them properly. That's what the Buddha's teaching. I imagine, sometimes, that the Sahaba, when they were

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listening to this early on,

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when they were hearing the Prophet SAW said, and recite these verses, and explain to them the concepts, I can only imagine how they were slowly changing how these concepts were being taken in,

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and being coming apart of the weight of their mentality of their way of life of who they were. And I believe with certainty that that's why these names and the names I shared with you these names stayed Muslim till the end, none of these names walked away. I will share with you names who came in later, or names who were accepted this time and left later or had problems with it, or a week, but not these ones know. They got the prime experience.

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They're pioneers, they got the first couple of stuff that we're taught that important things you choose, you're responsible for your choice, so you start taking life seriously.

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Allah is exhausted I don't blame them I blame myself I'd become better i i prevent harm from happening. I understand that all the laws that are put there for my best in my best interest and I am suited I am created suitably to to fulfill my purpose on earth.

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To be the best person I can be, doesn't matter how you look and how much money you got.

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Before I end I'll kind of open

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open up with what we're talking about next week and Sheldon

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How do you start to sit down with start with his family

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you can ask all his family to become Muslim,

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all Benny Hashem

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Allah of his uncles, aunts, great uncles and great aunts. So he would invite you and he would, he would prepare a feast at his home, Khadija who would prepare food and his daughters would help him out with help out preparing the feast, and he would call in all of his relatives everybody would come in. So you can see Abu Talib coming in his children. You can see Hamza, you can see Abbas, you can see how this some of the uncles maybe you don't know about, you can see Ottawa and Artica and Sophia, all these ladies everyone's coming in. They're all coming it's a nice day. All the families there's a huge fan they're gonna they're gonna eat at the Prophet Muhammad pleasure themselves.

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As I said, it's not secret. I saw some offers everyone to start eating, they're eating, everyone's chatting on a saw to Sam is going to prepare himself to talk to them. He wants to offer them. So he got stuff on his side as well.

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He barely stands up before he says anything.

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Another person stands up

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on the other side of the room

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and begins to speak. The person who stands up on the other side of the room is Abdullah Abdullah Abdul Muttalib the Prophet sallallahu Sallam uncle. Now we don't have we have we have we have a there's a lot to talk about. I will have did his did his thing. He's the only name in the Quran. By the way during that period that exists in the Quran. On the opposite side of Bucha had horrible words what you had in the Quran

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was his name. His name is not there talking about names, whereas anybody didn't know heroes name No. Where's their ultimate? I mean my No.

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Whereas it also been one and none of them the only name we have will have you know, this aura will talk about each other soon. He stands up and he begins to say this

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Lautaro catalana but we have no ability to fight all of Arabs, all the Arabs. We don't have the ability to do that all thought that's

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what ASA hadn't told me he was actually he Sheldon magic TV and oh Mohamed no one has brought to his family and to his people anything worse than what you have brought to your family and people.

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That's what he says to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam in his house.

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They rude.

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You agree? At least at least rude. wouldn't do that. And then he would say something even worse, was the octo hotel firm. Well, I'm siku, heatherly. Fan pub land to idea coming out of hold, shut this mouth and hold this tongue before all of Arabs become your enemies. He's speaking of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam

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in his home, he just ate his food

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it's what he says. So the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, of course will talk about the implications of what he said at that point is very important.

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Why would you say

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he will say I can meet Obama can please continue to complete your meals. When Saudi Mubarak Allah if you can when you can leave whenever you're done. May Allah bless you.

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He wasn't gonna start Islam with a fight with his uncle. Now. He's not starting this with a family quarrel No, no, no. I'm going to count for you the strikes if baseball has three I will have got way more I wouldn't have will continue to harm the Prophet sallallahu Sallam personally and openly time after time. And you will see how you start to some not once will he even stare him down? Forget about answering him forget about actually debating or saying something back he wouldn't even stare in his eyes. He wouldn't look look to what happened his face not once and it's not his father it's his uncle.

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And you're gonna see the number of times you can say at some point you're going to get upset because I remember what I have studied this era at one point I got upset like That's enough. If I was there, I would have slapped him and it cost us too much yeah, there's not really there should be some level of decency no decency at all. He begins before the Prophet saw them guys the opportunity to say something he stands up and he tells people they come Shut up. So Allah Allah Muhammad salallahu salam how rude and how horrible Yeah, I didn't hear this on a saw to Islam. Please eat to leave. It failed the first time around it didn't work out. And he would try again and we'll talk about the

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second try inshallah. Next time