Adnan Rajeh – Seerah Halaqah – Battle of Tabook #2

Adnan Rajeh
AI: Summary © The speakers stress the importance of protecting one's Islam and not regretting one's actions, learning the rhythm of Islam, being fully rewarded, and not regretting one's actions. They also emphasize the need to be honest and tell the truth to avoid damaging one's life. The conversation includes references to "well- wishing" and "well-earned money." The importance of community and acceptance in relationships is emphasized.
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left off last week in this era of the Prophet of Allah, Allah He was like Musa Lim and we had stopped

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during your talking about the Battle of two book,

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I was telling you what happened in the battle. And then I'm going to of course tell you the story that the Quran

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I honestly speaking the Quran documents a lot about, about the Battle of taboo, when I thought about this a little bit throughout the week, just going through them in my mind, there's actually a lot of verses that talk about details of us with the book, not really what happened during the battle, because the battle was, was quite ventless, not much went on, aside from getting there finding out that no one was that they were no longer assembled at the end, scattered and ran in every direction. And there was no one left and they stayed there for a bit and they came back. Nothing really happened. But really the suit talks a little a lot about what happened before and after. And I

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traditionally I didn't really ever go through these verses. I

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probably won't do it this time either, just because of the nature. But what I'm going to do in Sharla, for sure, is telling you all of the the main story of the story of carbon money show right after I'm done going through the events. So as I explained last time, the prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam for this as well. He didn't tell people they were going in a different direction, which he always used to do, like perfect Democrats. Remember he told them he was going for the lead for housing. And then you ended up going to Mac can you do this all the time, you worry, because of the fact that there's always spy somewhere in the in the region. So we'd never tell even the most of you

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and tell them where they're going. And people just have to wait for the day have to figure out which direction they were going. But when it came for the book, he told them right off the back, we're going for the book, because it was 1000 kilometers It was very hot. It was very difficult. He couldn't there was no point there was no point of doing that of actually telling them that he's going in one direction and then changing last minute he made it very clear where he was going

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just because of how difficult it was. And he would go out and slaughter was said i mean i We talked a little bit about those I will those events and he got there and the Romans and the vasa Cena had had disagreed and fight and the leader had left and basically everyone just basically scattered and there was no army to fight the Pragati and softest and I'm camped there for a few nights he managed to sign a few treaties with with different kings within the area amongst them Okay, did I tell you the story of

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the law I knew with the with okay there. And on the way back the story that I stopped in the midst of Now remember what we did last time. So in the midst of this story is where he stopped last week so so what happened last week where he where he stopped last week was the night where our beloved Massoud are you I know the hadith is a collection by Muhammad.

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He would wake up and he would hear

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here's a sound he hears he would hear metal on rock. He's hearing metal hit hitting hitting hitting rock.

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And he would get out early a lot of I know of his of his house, or his tent that they were sleeping and he was go around it was very dark, was quite windy. And a lot of nights in the desert. I like that. So he's walking around he can hear he can hear someone hitting something he is not sure just walking through these and is curious to see what's happening. Right he's following the sound, he could see someone standing in the head of him. So he follows that person or he goes towards that person he sees. So you'd know I want him to hop up or the lavado standing with the with a lantern and obrigado sub D for the low no standing looking down and someone who will make digging a hole

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is even mister comes closer. He can see that the person digging the hole is the prophets of Allah Hadees like Mussolini is digging a hole and he can hit any scars using a

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chisel or an axe of some sort and is obviously hitting any rock.

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And right beside the prophet or right beside the worker is a what seems to be a body that is covered on a piece of white cloth.

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It comes up with a loved one oh god Missoni. So they came up and I started talking to John Markoff of color culture Yamaha Tesla Bureau Rasulullah he went off to the Prophet Isola is doing this and you're standing in shame on you. You should dig you shouldn't have him digging the hole. You should go dig the hole. And we're like what are you doing? Why are you standing there with the private Alexon digging the hole?

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Takala other thing he he refused. He refused he insisted that he was going to dig this hole.

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was spotless. Why? Why is he Why is he insisting the door was wrong? According to the Alia sottozero as he was down he had finished digging for cada admit, I mean the hot Boomer he's talking to oboe and Amara.

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Give me hand me down your brother. So we're working on I want to pick up

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the body of the person lying there and they're handing it down to the Prophet it is slotzo Sanusi I know this likoma Slowly, slowly Why are you being to biani Why are you carrying it like it's a bit slowly do it do it slowly so they they slow down and they gave him to him out of his saw twisted up perfectly. It's awesome.

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would lie in that grave first. And he would recite the Quran you'd make dua and then you would take this, this person's body and he would lie lie this person down in his grave himself sort of lie someone with his facing the Qibla. And then he would make dua, this person is Abdullah, they'll be Jadine. I told you a little bit of a story last week, we're gonna be Jardine

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is one of the examples aside, or if you want to add to him, say the Muslim woman, or male, or the two examples of the Sahaba would always refer to whenever they spoke about true asceticism. And when they talked about someone who gave everything, and took nothing will always think of one of these two names was either Muslim woman or man or beloved will be Jedi. Because they both have similar stories, where they accepted Islam young,

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their acceptance of Islam cost them everything. And they never really recovered from their losses. Like they never went back and made that money, or got married and built a house and had a family and they never did. They just ended up sitting. That was the end of it. They they gave up all they had for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. And they continue not to have anything and then they died. And they never ended up with anything at all of the Allahumma Sahaba would always refer back to them, in terms of the examples of people who gave Islam gave us everything they got, and took nothing in return at all. Because all of the rest of them are the rest of us. However, the majority

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of them would always say that Yoni we did, we accepted the sound like they did, some of us gave up a lot like they did. But then Yanni time passed, and during the

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end of our pub, and things got better. Things got better financially and socially and we were safe, we were secure. We had money, we were powerful, like things change for us, things got life got a little bit better for some of us. And of course, the people who will say this, they had very little, like we actually went and analyzed their lives, they had very little it was actually it's quite shocking how little they had, but they still felt that they ended up with a better part of this bargain or this deal. But when they remember people who gave it all and it will, who are truly who truly sacrificed.

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Who truly showed grit and commitment. They remembered, Musab Abdullah who will be jetting because Abdullah ended up with nothing. He gave up a lot of wealth, that is Uncle stripped his clothes off his back. He went to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam he lived in Medina, with his sofa for the entirety of his time in Medina, he never made it out. Like he never was able to make it out of being with his sofa You never cared.

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Never cared once he was standing or the Allah who I knew reciting the Quran and sobbing is Allah to be genuine. And one of the Sahaba

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watched him do that. And one of the guys have said something he said, I know. It seems like he's just doing this for showing, showing off. The Prophet Ali's awesome. They didn't know who the Prophet it is, I'm gonna hurt him, Carla, but who I mean, I mean, he's not he's not doing this for show. He is truly he's truly enjoying this. We're beaming with the people who are always returning back to Allah subhana what's gonna be their hearts are always connected. Now he's someone who are who truly enjoys what he's doing. But and he loved the Quran. And the Prophet it is also Shahidullah who will help build Quran he used to say, and he was used to bear witness that Abdullah will be

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getting love the Quran, and that he this is the thing he loved the most in this world is reciting and listening to the Quran and, and understanding the Quran. And it's all he did. He memorized everything that was revealed up to the point that he died of the Allahu Anhu he knew the whole Quran and obviously, more of it was revealed after he died. But everything that was revealed to the Prophet said, Allah, Allah and Simon said to me, he knew

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the Prophet it was gonna bore witness that he already had witnessed that he loved the Quran.

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And when he died, this is what he did. He dug his grave himself out of his salatu salam. And he got into his grave and he lay down, he may read the Quran and they took him with his own hands and he laid him in his grave. I believe in what's owed to him and NATO. Now, according to McKenna,

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I was watching this happen, and then a moment came where I wished I actually wished I was the person. I wished I was the one who was dead, getting all this special treatment from the puff out of your slot to put him in his grave it sought to ascend and he was a Allahumma in new Ashitaka and near Alden and Abdullah he will be God. Oh Allah, I want you to be my witness that I am satisfied and pleased with Abdullah who will be judging you to repeat it three times that Allah hottie Samuel Salem prognose Oh, cool, too late any makhana now he said, I really do wish I was in his spot. At first I was like, I was thinking be nice if that happened to me. I was like, I wish it was me who

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was dead. They get these words from the prophets of Allah who I used to sell them. And what did he in the private he's on would come out of the grave and they would they would bury him somewhere on the on the route between taboo and Medina and no one knows where he is really

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buried. No one knows where his grave actually is for sure.

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And people like that are the people who are going to be fully rewarded by Allah subhana wits and on a level that maybe we don't even fully comprehend. Someone who gave up everything for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala died young. And not even his grave is known where it's not even a grave for us to go and make that we don't even know where this person is, is. But the prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam loved him, and I thought of your thoughts and appreciated him.

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And I'm alone Miss Oh, didn't understand like, why does he care so much about this person's Well, he did.

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He did, because he was someone who was genuine, someone who was truthful, someone who, when he when they committed themselves, when this person committed themselves for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala they there was no going back. It didn't doubt it. They were not hesitant. And they did not regret losing things. They were happy with just what they were given. And when he was given the Allahu Anhu was the was the companionship of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. That's when he told his uncle. After three years, he would listen for three years waiting for his uncle to accept Islam uncle wouldn't told him I've been waiting for three years. There's no one that I would love

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more in this role to accept Islam than you. But I cannot continue. I can't stand to be away from him. It has sought to go any longer. I want I have to go be with him. So I need you to come with me. I need you to think about his time. And c'est la ilaha illa. Allah come with me and his uncle took away everything from him. So he came with two pieces of fabric. And he was known as his game his name was

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the Valley of salt. I would rename it rename him call him Abdullah, who will be Jardine. Now the Allah Vaughn who was

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an example of me, there are many examples in our in our history, but he's a very special one. He's a special one, not at not many people can do what he did. Not many people can give up everything for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and be okay, with never getting any of it back. Some of us, this is why I just want to point this out for you. Some of us are willing to give things up for the sake of Allah, but some part of us expects it to come back. Like a part of us expects Allah some other somehow to deliver it back to us. And if it doesn't get delivered back we feel disappointed. And that's not that's not the way to do this. That's not how this works. That shouldn't be what you

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think or feel or expect. If you offer yourself for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala you and you are you are truly committed, and you give up things for the sake of Allah, Samantha don't sit around waiting for him to know, that's not how you go by. If you do that, then there's something missing in your sincerity. Your intention was not genuine or sincere about it, you're only doing it because you know you had promised yourself that somehow you're going to be giving it by giving it back later on. Know when you give up something for the sake of Allah, I think she'll be okay with giving it up. And you shouldn't be ready to live your life without it. And that should be okay with you. Whether he

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still gives you something back in return or gives you back the same thing or more shouldn't be something that you're waiting for. Break Allah subhanaw taala monochloramine is the Most Generous of the generous, but you have to make sure that this is your mentality when you when you give something up for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and that's the example I'm the law that would be Jedi now the Allahu Anhu will die on the way back.

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The hadith of Abu Qatada the Prophet alayhi salatu salam got so tired

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we're coming towards the end

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probably by the end of June we'll be done

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in probably a couple more weeks and this will be over I used to love to Assam is much older now. He's over 60

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and his life has been quite a difficult one. And after these 10 years or or 20 years of

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fighting with correct trying to get this forward I just saw to Islam is physically mentally

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socially, he's he's tired out of your thoughts to them. And they saw that on him throughout the whole time of the book. And on the way back I saw to Islam as they were going back he would fall asleep on his camera. Like he's trying to stay awake and he couldn't seem to stay awake. And then he finally fell asleep it is on his camera and almost fell and yet before he fell

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out of the law who saw the profit it assigned to us and I'm kind of dozing off and slowly tilting towards the right so he came in he held the profit out of you So to sum up what the profit is on woke up for Karla Baka Tada Have you like Allah who come up to me Allah subhanaw taala preserve you like you preserved like preserved me a whole lot of America and I'm in early June. I issue Asian maybe I'm gonna be a Qatada. None of us lived as happily as harm as easily as beautifully as the coluna around mera hai tasar. I mean, he lived 100 years, South Chapala husen. He didn't lose a tooth from his mouth. Allahu Allah, we brought that into our into the use of Allah is

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the daughter of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam Asaba to it.

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He was greater than the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, may Allah preserve you so he was preserved. He lived he was one of the last Sahaba to die. And he when he passed away he was in his full health and his

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vulnerability of the Allahu anha

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above Alia salatu salam, we'll come back to Medina.

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What was the idea people go home, this is the norm people, everyone go home about it aside those I'm gonna go to the masjid sit in the masjid that all those who did not come

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come and all the issues that have been pending in Medina since he's been gone he deals with all of the the balance or the the number the loot can be distributed for those who were not there but deserve a certain amount of it. He would spend on a solid stone after every battle everyone go home, he spent a lot of time another 12 hours in the masjid, taking care of stuff every time. How long was the whole journey was 50 days, it was 20 days to get there, then they stayed around 10 days and then 20 days to get back or something, something to that degree.

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Those calls

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the hour of difficulty. It was in the middle of August, just before the crops were right. And people didn't have wealth and people didn't want to leave. Now, a lot of the people who stayed back or most of the people who stayed back

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were people who had good or evil, and they had a proper excuse not to go, they didn't have to go meaning they were ill. They were elderly, they had a disability, they were away on something like that there was a good reason for them not to be there. There's a portion of people who did not go and had no excuse for it. And the majority of them were then without caffeine. Now I'm going to tell you this story because we taboo but from a different lens. So I told you what happened because with double the profit it is awesome, explained and now he asked me well, but now it might have been fine, put it forward and all that and they made it and they came back and everything. Now in telling

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the story through a different lens. They're gonna hear the story of two books through from a different person. And this is what sort of the book is sort of the Toba talks about at the end of it

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by imagining by the name of God given Malik, so God, one of the longest Hadith that are authentic that we have within the collections is the Hadith calm. For the longest. I'm going to show you how long it is. So one second on second year. So 1234 This is all one Hadith in collection of Imam Bukhari. So it's not done and there's the same thing in Muslim and others. What are the long's the Hadith that we have? It's not really a hadith on its own. Like there are certain things that Prophet alayhi salam was say within it, but really, it's God had been many telling his story is narrated to us by a couple of the people around him amongst them the person who actually narrated the word for

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word was his son, Abdullah him and God one of the leaders of his tribe after his father passed away. Now obviously not gonna read the whole thing for you untranslated, but it's there just to kind of I'm going to point out a certain aspects of it in a moment for you.

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God bro the line who was one of three poets, the Prophet alayhi, salatu, was salam had God was a

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famous figure. He wasn't a normal individual it was it was just a regular Sahaba you know, God was a very famous individuals in Arabia, he was a known poet. Everybody says that the police were I sent him in sabot.

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Abdullah had been Raja, and carried in Malik, these are the three that were the Prophet Alia saucers, poets, Abdullah, who passed away in moto, so he was left with God. And I started in seventh those words, poets, those poets were people who not only defended Islam and Muslims, but they are the ones who made sure there was a cultural aspect of Islam, for the younger people to grasp on to

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societies need a little bit of chance they need they need something that grants them a feeling of pride or identity within the communities or the the societies that they live within points provided that for people, poets would say poetry that people have had memorized because they poetry is a rhythm, the rhythm based

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speech, the rhythm based the song, you don't necessarily need to have instruments to make it sound good because you understand the rhythm. So you just have to say it with the rhythm and then your makes sense to you and all the Arabic poetry, poetry are, are basically 16 different types of rhythms. So if you know the rhythms, then you can just say the poetry that fits that rhythm.

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Not that easy. It actually is quite difficult. It's quite hard to be able to do it. So probably the low I know is a very known poet, and he is an old Muslim. No, no one no, God Shahida. May I tell after that,

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if you go into the actual Hadith, you'll find at the top here that when he talks about

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it when he talks about how he stayed back during the time of taboo, he said that I had never stayed back from any of us well, for the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam except by the way I wasn't there. And the PiFan ease was I've never held anyone accountable for badam because whether they had gone to pick up their ear of courage to take the caravan of Polish, so he took with him whoever was there the 330

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He people who were there at the time he was the 14th. And they would go so a lot of people who just weren't there just to didn't attend not because they didn't want to even say we're going he doesn't we need to leave now. So they they leave. He wasn't around at the time. So he didn't attend it because of that not because he was told he didn't go.

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He attended everything else. And then he said in that same Hadith at the top there, he says, Welcome to purchase to buy either October. What are your nd well here have boo Elena Marcelo unsalted butter. And we I attended the buy of October when the Prophet alayhi salatu salam put his hand in hours, and told us that you there's an agreement, I will come to you will obey, you will put your wealth you will perform MO Not overnight, I LaMancha you will protect me and you will not be afraid of anyone but Allah subhanaw taala we said yes, we gave our pledge. We gave our covenants. And he told us we asked him what do we get in return you also Allah He told us Jana, and that day was the

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day of the 72 people went and we made that agreement in the middle of the night. And then on the last day of hedge Adapa where the Jamara were that big Jamara is that's where they agreed, and that's where they went back to the DSM and the provider you saw to some told the Sahaba and Mecca Okay, move. You guys can immigrate now to Medina, they are waiting for you. There was an agreement and above it, so make sure everyone went that he would go there was a big day. It's a big day for Islam because that was the day the agreement happened that I'm coming and I'm bringing everyone with me and we're gonna have to work together you're gonna have to listen and they said no problem. He

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was there he put his hand in the hand of the Prophet What are your thoughts will send us the floor. We love that thing more than Buddle. All the Muslims were in Canada In Canada it's a karateka really nice Hadith I really think at some point you should read it like go reading it for you would be it would bore the kids but you should read it because actually really interesting he has a lot of little points he'll make that are very interesting little gems that bother is more famous amongst people. But we love October more was the day of October was the day because we that was the we pledged ourselves we said we will do it we would stand by you till the end and we did you remember

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that during for name. When everyone ran the profit it is thought to us I'm told I best call them Alia labiatae. Baba, tell him call all those who give your plug in the day of October reminding them because he thought the things he thought the same way it is thought about that day. So he's talking about the law ya know about

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about what happened. He said, Well, I'm not going to feed them and in ohana, whether I'm gonna, what I'm gonna do. What I'm Nicola de Oberon li Oma. I had never gone through a time where I had more money, where I had actually two animals. Like I had two camels that I could go on, not one. Except that time. Like every other Bible. I was always I always always had to go and take a loan. Like don't take some deem to be able to go into battle, except this time, I had everything I needed. I had two camels not one was fine. When he said in the private audience, I'm that time in trouble. He didn't. He didn't like tell us we're going in one direction. And then going the other. He says no,

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he told us I'm going to the book. So everyone could prepare. So I knew where we were going. And I knew the date.

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Cool if we're going to offer you

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our order, while I'm at Felicia, that's the wording he has in this hadith, it every day, I would get up and I would go out so I can prepare myself for the battle. To prepare. You have to go buy certain types of food, you have to buy certain types of armor you have to get like you have to get yourself your stuff together and ready you need you need the right equipment to make it it's 1000 kilometers on footdr on a capitalist you need a lot of food you need something to feed the animal for yourself you need something to sleep on you need the clothing changes you need to make sure you at your store it is taken care of your shield is fixed. Look at stuff you have to do in order to get on a battle.

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So everything's gonna go out to take care of the what I was needed, what was needed. I come back and done nothing. And I go end up giving some rounds to this person having tea with this person visiting that person to come home again nothing

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but college and no big source of dependence and they moved the army moved. And he says that SCADA wollam Mia Khan.

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Well, Aamir Khan kita goon Hatfield on Yamaha Lily Muslimeen, fermented by yerba Cornejo, one new LM Yen's ILAHA la Yadi boo hoo Rasulullah.

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When he said and there was no D one, there was no record of names of Muslims at the time. It was like 100. Here Ahmed Salim, nothing, there was nothing. It was just people came. So the person who didn't go on something, and let's walk he came and told the prophet Allah He saw some food and stayed, they would think he probably is not going to notice. That was their idea that most people felt that way. And that's why somehow comes in and exposes me that I didn't go no one knows because there's no one's keeping record. There's no record of anything. No one's keeping track. It's not like there's an attendance being taken in the morning or the evening. Nothing if you didn't show up.

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As long as the Djibouti didn't come and tattletale on you. You're fine. So that's what they're thinking. So he's like,

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no one's gonna notice it. We'll have a plan to do

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If I had to just automatically copy him no problem. Armies move slowly. Tomorrow morning I'll get all my stuff ready and then I'll follow them

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encouraged to look at it just has a thorough to what I'm after Alicia Yeah. What did the morning to prepare myself and I wasted the day and they came back and hadn't done anything.

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I feel McCall too to action was you gotta make it up tomorrow.

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And then tomorrow, same thing in tomorrow, but hyped out of two and Neela I'll have Kobe Rasulillah that I knew I wasn't gonna make it no matter what I do I'm not gonna I can't I got not gonna be able to catch up.

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Go to football to rasool Allah hayleigh Yes koroni I hope the prophets and doesn't think of me.

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Allah fucka Rasulullah Hilah masala Tebu call in Aqaba nomadic when he got to tabookey said various cob

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so when a person from many cinema, Paula inshallah who Borda who, whenever who you

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know he's he's busy with his two pieces of new clothing that he has and he's he's looking at his is silky arm arm pads.

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The photo Faqad mo casetta

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wala, Hema I didn't know I mean, who in the hierarchy rasool Allah say more I said, No, that's not true. We know nothing but good things about cat Guardiola said Allah. And one person was saying, yeah, he's not here because he's lazy. And well, I live in Jebel jumped up and said, No, jasola. That's not true. Now ma doesn't know. Actually, the other guy was right.

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The first guy was right. That's why God tells the story. He actually tells the story. This is everything I'm telling you in the story, are the words of God. When Malik himself, I have not one piece of information about this story that he did not tell himself, aside from what the Quran said. That's it. No one, no third party told the story. God made sure of it. He told the full story. He's a poet. That's what he does. He tells stories, he doesn't really well. And he told the stories that this happened. I thought, I hope you wouldn't remember me. And he did.

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And he said, I want you to remember he said, I said, Did you even say who the name was, he knew who it was, who said the bad thing. But you didn't name him. He didn't want to anyway, so a guy from buddy cinema said he's busy looking at his new two pieces of clothing. And, and he's staring at his arm pads. He's enjoying it.

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But he said, Why haven't you ever defended me? And said, No, you know, we only know good things about God. And that is what a Muslim does. You don't need to know the truth. You don't need to know what is correct. You don't. There's no need for that. When someone is being talked about negatively in front of you, you defend your defend, you don't need to know anything. You don't need to be there. You don't have to attend it, you have to witness it. You just do it. Why? Because it's not appropriate to backstab. It's not appropriate to gossip. You don't know but the person who's gossiping doesn't know either. No one knows. It's not your place to do that. You know, speak about

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someone who's not there to defend themselves or explain what it is that they think or what what the what their point of view is, so you shouldn't do it. somewhere other than the low I was raised by the profanity, salatu salam which is why he is one of the messengers the Prophet Allah so I use those I'm sent to different places to teach Islam know exactly how to react.

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Well, I didn't even didn't even hesitate. No.

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We don't know nothing but good things about God. God would never would never do that. But he did. That doesn't matter. Now like mine had to go and apologize to the guy from bunnies cinema. Sorry, by the way, you're right. No, no, he's still right. And the guy from but he sent him a still wrong. Even though God did exactly what he was saying.

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God was too busy enjoying his is new founded? Well, he said it. I was very wealthy that time. I had everything I needed. This was lazy. Every time I went somewhere, I got cooking it but I got busy with this, or I'd even been distracted by that and then do anything. Because I felt I was doing well. Sometimes you do that. Sometimes you're doing so well. You don't feel the need. You don't feel the rush. Don't feel the urgency.

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But doesn't matter. A lot of people ask me this question and say, Well, what if I'm saying the right thing or what the person makes no difference actually saying the wrong thing. And what the person is like, is like the worst thing you could ever do. It's not done. That's Oh my gosh, you're saying something about someone? It's not even true. Allahu Akbar, Jana, you have now performed one of the worst things you can perform. It's a huge sin if what you're saying is correct. If it's not correct, that's even beyond the idea. That's one of the biggest of cover. That's if, which is what we talked about in the story of it. This is done. When you say something about someone. It's not true. Oh, now

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that's gossip is when you're saying something about someone that is correct. That's gossip, meaning it actually did happen the way you said you were there you use, but talking about them behind their back is gossip. People think it's truthful, then it's Oh, no, no, no, no, that's what that's what Libra is, when it's truthful, when it's not truthful. It's a whole different league, a whole different category of sin, when it's not truthful, when you made it up or when it's not accurate. If it's 100% accurate, it's LIBOR.

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And you're not supposed to do it. You're not supposed to

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gauging that is why this person was not named bicarb. Because you name him here. And then he's going to be known to be someone who performed lead but forever. He even though he did it against him, he's like, I don't want to do that to him, that will stick with him forever as someone who perform lever, but he named more odd because my there's the role model we should learn from, because that's the way to do it. Try to do that in your life, you'll find that to be very beneficial. If you all did that. The spreading of rumors in our society would definitely improve. And people's lives would improve, improve the person that you speak of behind their back, it's just a matter of time before someone

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does the same to you.

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There is no such thing as being immune. I know we feel like somehow we are we're not when someone speaks about someone in front of you know for sure that they do the exact same about you when you're not there. For sure. And if you allow it to happen around you know for sure that this is happening as well about you when you're not not present. That's how it works. That's how this works. So just don't be a part of this toxic mentality and toxic way of life. Just stay away from it. Very important. That's the piece that he pointed out here.

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He said,

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Well, now is there any lemma I didn't do and Neela Appleby is an equal amount or to kill Medina De La La La La La La Jolla and Madhu run our La Jolla number Musen vinified. That really bothered me when I knew I couldn't make it anymore. Because every time I walked in Medina, all I saw was someone who had a very good legit reason or excuse someone who was disabled or elderly or ill, or someone moves something. The fact that he is is covered smothered with me felt like we all know this person is not that we don't say to their face, but everybody knows this person has no interest in Islam whatsoever. This person is working with Abdullah we knew him in situ at all times. We don't we? And

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I'm looking around, I can't I don't fit. I don't fit with anyone. I say family and have you thought of who was loved I need to he's the only person who should not be I am the only person here and

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he wasn't the only but will he doesn't he doesn't know that yet. He doesn't know that yet.

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But am I family moved to and then the BSL Allahu alayhi wa sallam, but in football, Eden el Medina to accompany him me. When I knew the protocol you saw to Sam was on his way back from taboo. Nobody will happen. He's on his way back. He said I became extremely, extremely stressed, and very worried. According VNF SEMA file restoration to early. What do I do? I go around, and I asked everybody's opinion, what do I do? What am I going to do? Of course, we are at at SU, T. T hiddenness. We gotta deal whenever we have to do either our own way.

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Every time it's the same thing. He comes, He sets, people come up to him. They tell him why they couldn't leave, give them excuse. He accepts their excuse. He makes dua for them. That's the end of it. But Falcom if I don't do exactly what everyone else is doing, and you'll be fine, it's no big deal.

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Everyone does this.

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That's the thing. I actually I actually really liked that piece of the Hadith a lot. And I, I take some time to talk about it.

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Don't be someone who would base their opinions or their decisions on numbers of people doing something really poor way of figuring out whether you're doing the right thing or the wrong thing. Don't base it on numbers. Numbers are not a good criteria is not a good criteria is not a good parameter for you to figure out whether you're doing the right thing or the wrong thing. Oh, everyone is doing this. What? Who cares? Why does that matter? Why does that matter? Your name is big enough for everybody, by the way, so no problem. So numbers don't matter. numbers don't matter. Everyone's doing it. So what? Why do you think that makes it? Why does that? How does that change?

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How does that affect this argument at all? With numbers? You see them whatever your theme says? Oh, no, we do this all the time. Everyone does this. No problem. Oh, you'll be fine. No, you won't. I know not everyone does this. And no even though a lot of people do it doesn't make it okay. And yes, all people who are going to be punished on the piano all of them. Yes. All of them.

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But sometimes that mentality of the crowd that heard we have the mentality of the herd is a problem. When you standing there, everyone's doing something that must mean it's okay. What's the worst that can happen? What's the worst that can happen?

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Have you not read any aspect of history at all? If not the history I mean not read the Quran. When Allah subhanaw taala punished full group and a full towns of people. Everyone Everyone went doesn't matter the numbers. He said, I'm learning agenda I mean agenda to a nice big man. You don't want to feel Jahannam from Jin and human beings, all of them. All those who deserve it will go doesn't matter. numbers mean nothing. They don't they never did. Don't be fooled by that. Don't. Don't find comfort. don't derive comfort from the fact that a lot of people are doing something wrong. If they're doing something wrong, that should be enough for you to decide to do something different

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than if you're the only person doing the right thing.

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And then be happy with that

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some profits are going to come your will Kiama to Allah subhanaw taala walking on their own and literally

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alone the profit it is also messy but yet you and maybe you are now who and raw profit will come with maybe three to nine people Why do you admire who or what you learn with two people were at interview Mr. Roger with one person were in bu yam Shiva who in some profit will come walking alone. No and listen not one person

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called scholars would often say that it still has your body

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limitation See he had it don't don't ever feel alone or lonely. And he on the path because no one's there in Geneva in Bali, Erica Johanna mammal, the weight agenda is always full don't feel like you're don't feel lonely because you're walking on a path and no one's there it doesn't matter just don't don't feel lonely sometimes you're gonna be trying to do the right thing and no one around you support there's no doesn't matter. They told us to God they said God no don't worry about it'll be fine we've grown we always do this every time never never harmed me never got in trouble once

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is that everyone does it look all these guys here they all do it

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it's really weird when you think about it. Like they're living in their own life their own minds like it's fine it's fine we're looking for here we're having our food everyone's having the time we just go apologize you make dua for us. Everything's good. I had no idea I had no idea the Quran is documenting their lives what pointing them out that they're going to die without the pain that their names are in the Prophet Allah yourself some of the lists that he gave to a diva that you don't praise and as on these people they didn't know that they didn't know that

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machine really scary aspect I find to be very very scary in this whole story that they thought it was fine. No big deal. Some of them were clearly obviously very openly Muna 15 But some of them weren't some of them were just just didn't care didn't have the time I had no no no you didn't want to really commit themselves saw that the Prophet Allah Islam wasn't keeping track or whatever they told him he accepted so they thought they could just doesn't doesn't matter.

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Didn't know that, at that time, everything was being documented and that they were going to, ya know, they're gonna get in trouble. And they did. And they did.

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The hookah firm. harden the VO sunlights LM Azim Iam to suit

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the Prophet alayhi salatu salam came I made the intention of being honest. I said I told myself No. I can't lie to him. I can't I can't sit there and lie to his face. I can't. I have to be honest. I have to. I'm going to be honest. I'm going to speak to tell him how do you start to see them as as it happened.

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They're going to never use on my cell MST they Fidel Fidelis but I tell her nurse he came is on the mercy of people came.

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ma Hey, boo. Audrey. Yeah, 10 zero for Jakob bloomin who had hola hola. The person who has an excuse a valid one would come to him I think I saw it to him and give him his excuse and the Prophet Allah you saw somebody except from him. You had to oh we're still here. It makes job for him and ask Allah Subhan Allah to forgive and you buy your home and then you will go they would like to renew the via again. Well yeah de here rajulio

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Allah Who? Yeah, I tell you buy alcohol men who are who were stolen, which I did do via

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the person who came and another person will come to him what no excuse offer him an excuse to accept it. Make dua for him make his so far for him and repeat and repeat the interview the same thing for both pleasing they're watching.

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He's watching this and he's like, What do I thought of a

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salad to feed I've seen so I think a little bit should I do this? Should I?

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I seem to be the only person who's thinking of doing this. He waited till the end to see how who was going to come and do this. No one did. Like he was waiting for quite a while and no one was everyone came with an excuse. No one came, you know, sort of like I made a mistake. I'm sorry. No, they just all came and said, You know, I was I had a stomachache for like a week and I was vomiting and Oh, may Allah forgive you. You go Yeah, it's fine. It's fine, but just you need to make something up and accepted it. So in his mind, he thought about that to see and then I started to get a little bit iffy maybe I should lie to everyone else seems to be doing it. Both from the photographs eat out to

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the boiler. No, no, I'm not gonna lie to the Prophet and his thoughts. I'm gonna be honest.

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I've never again never use them. But the best time I'd ever assume a modem. And then he smiled at me. But it wasn't. Wasn't the smile I'm used to. It was the smile of someone who was angry with someone else. I don't know exactly how that works, but that how how it is and if you've ever experienced that if you have a

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new Middle Eastern father than you've had that before.

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When they are a Middle Eastern mother, even, you'll have someone smile at you when they are going and telling you that once the guests are gone, you are dead, but they're smiling to you at the moment.

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You see the smile and you know that once they're gone, you're going to dig your own grave. So he smiled to the private as I smiled at him, and he said he knew the earnings miter if I tell you to call to Yasuda Allah,

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Allah, He told us to end ye rica I mean, I had it done yet the courage to men who were overrun takabuti To judge Allah, that I was the spice out in front of anyone else on this planet. I couldn't leave with an excuse and they would be very happy and very satisfied. I was given the gift of gab, I know to speak so I know how to do this all I know how to do and how to speak. I'm a poet. That's when you want to do

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and many have to and many either academic to alayka the Taliban nearly home. Let me help. I still want you to be my you sleepwalker ally. I know that if I lie to you today so that you're happy with me? Well, he will soon enough at some point come and tell you and then you will be upset with me later. So there's no point of me lying to you.

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But you're still Allah, Allah. He met Lehmann Ozora.

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You also have because the prophet Isaiah when he first sat, he told him, You know God, Martha luck. I am taken over her luck. Why didn't you come? Didn't you buy your camel? He knew I was there and he kept tabs on people. You bought your gum? Like I saw you buy your camera? Why don't you come? You told them I? I have no I have no excuse. Not even around Yasser Allah. I could have lied to you. I'm not going to lie to you.

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I'm going to be honest, I'm gonna tell you the truth. I had everything I needed. I got lazy. And I just didn't leave. And I have no excuse for why I didn't do this. For Fedora, but maybe you saw that I said Amanda the driver some hit him on his on his tattoo on his thigh. While I'm Hygeia called Sadhak eyes for this person is honest. What does that mean? Everyone before them was just

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everyone else was liking it. I'm mad as for this person back on Sadhak he told the truth.

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Luckily Allah Who fique get a leave until Allah Subhan Allah gives me the ruling about you, regarding you

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for how much you walked out like what? Wherever the

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the Oh, you're worried and you want What do you mean? I have to go and get my punishment get up until they until the punishment comes from Allah for high school Kulu Hiroshima, their parents and walk out like what did I do? What if I turn you nuts? Why Why did you do this?

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About the hookah delicate. You could have told him You could have told him this or this code to get your Aluna any algae. Akiva ala Rasulillah. They almost got me to turn back and liked him again. Like they kept on coming to say, Why did you say that? You could have just said I was sick or something would be fine. Look, he was fine with all of us waiting to do this. Go back, go back and tell them I also know I was sick or something. You'll be fine with it. Until God was like I almost did. I almost went back and said you know what? I know. I don't want to be punished. There is no, you don't deserve a medal for being honest.

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You don't deserve any a trophy for telling the truth. You tell the truth.

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You just told the truth. That's it. That's all that's needed you to say you don't deserve anything. You are not entitled to anything for telling the truth and being honest, nothing. You tell the truth. Because there is no other way. There's there's nothing else that you can do. Anything else is going to lead to your demise. Anything if you choose to live a life of lies. This will be your demise. It'll be your end. It will ruin you.

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There's no other way to live. But through truth. It will be through honesty. to righteousness. That's it. You don't deserve anything. I at least I told the truth. No, no, no, no, no. Go ahead lie. Look tell the truth lie. Lie. Go ahead. Be my guest I beg lying and got to see how see how things were never does it if it doesn't don't yo yo milker Yama then you're

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in the silica yeah de la Albir in El Beerwah yeah de la Jana. We're in AlkaViva yeah de el flujo in El Fujimura yeah de la na RST leaves you to the best of qualities and character that will lead to agenda and lying will lead you to the worst of them and will lead you to no end there is no end for lying besides Jahannam there is no place for it. Except Jahannam in a hadith that is it quite famous amongst people in the profit area. So I saw to some was asked there's a movement due this year was Rolla because it could fall and perform this and that Yes.

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What about this thinking? I'm looking to make that

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Jackson said yes, he could he can do the movement, you know, perform this thing. Yes. And then he said could I'm not gonna lie. He said no.

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I don't mean doesn't lie. You can't have Eman and lying in the snow doesn't work.

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This should scare you. It should, because that's what it's there for. You can't you can't, you don't deserve anything see calm, was going to be punished is going to be a severe punishment by the way.

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He told the truth. Everyone else that lied got off with nothing. They got the profit elites on the DUA. They got far. They got it all. And no one was upset with them. And they were able to walk around functioning within society normally, like everyone else. God was going his his story was going to be documented in the Quran until the day of judgment for this for us to talk about. And everyone's going to know that he didn't go, and that he had no excuse everyone was going to go

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for a moment that he felt like I was honest, why am I being punished for a moment is like what? get punished, and others are going to be fine. He's like, maybe I shouldn't have done this for a moment there. And they like No, no, no, no.

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Because God, we say at the end of his name, we say all the Allahu Anhu and the others we don't.

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And that should be more than enough for you.

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Knowing that, at the end, Allah subhanaw taala will be pleased with you will accept you that you will end up in the right place, you'll multicam and then if you don't, you'll be in the wrong place. That shouldn't be enough. You should not require more than that.

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This is important, especially for my younger brothers and sisters.

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You you'll be honest, why? Because you because you'll be honest, because that's the only way to live. That's the only right thing to do. There is no other option. Lying is not an option. It isn't try it. Go ahead, lie and see where that where you end up with that and what happens to you in your life and how far away you end up and how difficult everything becomes for you and how you ruin everything, everything good in your life. Lying is just not an option. You tell the truth, you always tell the truth, no matter what happens. This is what God says. But learn yoga and your surgical. Or I can learn if I can have boo Ilya and Yellowfang el que de boo rockin la Maya fan,

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for honesty to humiliate me, and rarely does it do so is more beloved to me than lying, elevating my status and rarely does it do so.

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The concept of just being honest,

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you don't, you're not entitled to anything, you don't deserve a medal. You don't deserve to be patted on the back or thanked. You're being honest, because that's what's going to make sure that you survive in dunya and survive your multi and you're doing it for you. You could get out of a problem by lying, but I guarantee you that you will pay for that you will pay for that 10 tenfold, you'll pay for it and dunya and then you will pay for it. You'll Malkia even worse, just don't lie. Just learn to be honest to tell the truth and be truthful and be forward and be clear and be honest about things and life and things will work out for you. And if it don't work out for you in dunya

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they work out for you yo Milty Mr. For sure. God hello I know learn this lesson we are being taught this lesson and Toba

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though it teaches us this is the this is the the verses of certain Toba that are very well documented. And Allah Khattab Allahu Allah and maybe you go back is vs. We heard a lot of them are

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very, very important.

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So he was truthful, he told the truth. He wasn't

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offered anything. No empathy, told him you were honest. Get up.

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Get up leave. I'll let you know what Allah subhanaw taala tells me I'm not going to give you a punishment for myself. I have to wait for Allah when Allah Allah tells me that your punishment is going to be he does. He gets up and he goes.

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It wasn't alone. Apparently, there are two other guys Marrara ignored Robbia when he learned even omega, Allah who I know my Jemaine because of the fact that they're honest that day, we can say I can say that. I gotta say it about the people who lived by the way. We don't know their names. We don't really care about their names. They just the people who didn't make it. But these three all came to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam inspired by God, those two guys that you after I said you also Allah, we have no excuse. He knows a little bit older, but not to the point where he couldn't go was an excuse for him and Murata just had no excuse. And they came and said yes of Allah. And

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they're both

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Ilan and Murata were both bedridden, and they didn't go as far as I'm told them exactly what he told cab, leave until I give you my what Allah says by the ruling is

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the ruling came back that they are not to be spoken to for 50 days.

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The duration of time

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that it took to go on this panel.

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There is a 50 debar you had to go and come back to 50 days. You should have been there. You weren't. You lose 50 days with us. You don't get 50 days for 50 days. You're not a part of this community. We don't speak to you. We're not involved with you

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His mind cab was like, alright,

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that's doable.

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He talks about this Well, I think you should definitely if you go, you go home today and you have time, look up this hadith in Bukhari, and I see if I can find I can't find it. I won't find it.

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I'm not gonna find it's too much there. But anyways, he talks about how he was like, this is not going to be a hard thing.

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And then he goes the next day to pray. So he's praying. And he's used to Office said, no one's answering.

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He's waiting for someone to come and sit. No one people are talking. No one's talking to him. So it kind of hurt the first day. And then it hurt the second day. He said, by 10 days, I couldn't, I couldn't breathe anymore. I stopped going to the masjid. I couldn't go. And they didn't. I couldn't I was dying. Because no one I was I didn't. I couldn't exist. Like I was I wasn't there. And the thing is this exactly. You weren't there. You should have been there. You should have been there with us. Why weren't you with us? Why did you stay back? You had no excuse. You don't get to be here. You don't get to be here for the same amount of time for 50 days.

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By 10 days, he couldn't he we stopped leaving his house. He would just pray at home on his on the roof. He couldn't even handle anymore. Did by 15 days. He tells a story. He goes and he sees an uncle of his and he said now she had took Allah I thought I knew Hezbollah haha so I asked who by Allah. Don't you know that I love Allah and His Prophet wouldn't answer him. Now the reason he got upset is because you told him sit on ya. Come on, are you? But I want him he didn't answer.

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Um, so he says Uncle He says But Uncle Sam aneko Nothing. So he started yelling I asked why Allah? Do you not know that I love Allah and His Prophet? And he doesn't necessarily come down from NASA took Allah Allah him I asked you by Allah and by and by the kinship relationship that we have. You now know that Allah Allah is prophet of God, Jakob Nam, no, Mina, yes, of course. But I was told to do something. Leave me alone. I was told that to speak to her, I'm gonna get in trouble. If I speak to you. It comes and tells him tells him that I spoke to you that I want to be punished like you, I guess big deal. Yes, I do that, no doubt, but

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you couldn't handle it. It's very difficult, very difficult.

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To be shunned by your society is very hard, very, very hard. You thought it was simple. It's not that at all, it's very difficult to be living, we're social beings, we definitely are weak, there are people who enjoy and love being in groups. We thrive in groups, having people around us to talk to to be able to listen to us to it's important, it's important part of growing, even if you're an introvert, even if you're someone who don't doesn't, let's say you like huge gatherings, you need need some degree of support, you need someone around you that's, that's there for you that can be hard to live alone isolated. And God got to, it's like, it's like, there's not like, this is what

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happened, the punishment was to tell them,

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you don't just get the good, you have to be in it for the bad as well. When you're part of a community that loves you and supports you, you get the good of out of it, you get that social support, the aid you get that sometimes is going to be difficult moments, we have to go into battle with them. And that was their example, where you have to stand with him during times where it's difficult, sometimes gonna be hard. You can't just take the good and leave the difficult.

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You can't just be in it for the good times, when the time has become difficult. They don't want to be part of it. That's not a good way of life in general. Not just for society for any relationship, or any relationship I'm only in, in this for the good times. Whenever it gets hard. I'm out that ruins marriages that ruins the relationships between siblings and parents and, and cousins and large. That's how communities are ruined. If you're only in it for the good times. But when it when we need you. When we require you we need your time, your wealth, your energy, your efforts, your commitments, your grit. You're like, I know, I know. You don't get that you're so calm. This was

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this was the punishment. You didn't You didn't show up for the bad times you don't get the good times equal amount. 50 days of difficulty you didn't come for 50 days of ease, you don't get you don't get access to this. You will think that God would say I don't need this. No, he didn't. He said that this was the most Quran documents that are in our law, but it he will argue Bhima or * but

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as they went through this, the earth as wide as it was, and their eyes became really, really

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And then they felt that they were scrunched. They felt was really it was it was very narrow. Well, Barca Talay him flew home and their own so do their own chests. Their own souls became narrower they they felt they were suffocating. This is the this is the way the Quran is actually describing it. The earth was becoming narrower there. There's

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souls are becoming narrower. It's like they were suffocating inside their own bodies. Well when new el Amin Allah He in LA LA and they came to the conclusion that there is no way there is nowhere to run away from Allah subhanaw taala except to run to Allah subhanho wa Taala you have nowhere to run away from him. You can only run to him.

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Where are you gonna go? But you're going to find a place outside of Allah subhanaw taala is Malik.

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There's nowhere for you to be if you disobey Allah subhanaw taala there's no point of running away, just run back from back.

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And that's what they did. But they learned it through a really difficult lesson. In the midst of this, he tells us a story. He said nicob That I was out buying food.

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The way that he tells us stories is very,

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like he doesn't like buying food. And the way he's used. The wording that he's using is that he's very depressed. He's just not looking at anybody. He's not have no appetite. He's just picking up whatever food in front of him. He's like, I'm buying food that animals barely eat. I just I couldn't care less anymore. I'm just picking up just like judo and nibble even when I'm Bulkley Shum, a man from from from shum came? He was asking about does anyone knows Khabib and Malik, and they point me out to him. They're even during the same mind at this point at me. So he comes to me the file Hudaydah. And he gave me a piece of paper. I gave me a sealed letter because two men men of color

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men, Malik Malik Kike from one of the

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kings of the land I think this is where we where it is. It'll be somewhere here. I don't know who big

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gave me a surprise of kings. So I opened it to read it. Okada by Levana. And NASA Hey, Becca, Khadija Firth it'll have to be in a new ASIC.

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What we've been told is that your friend saw Hey, back, I mean, your guy. He's talking about the profits of a lifetime seller. But Jeff Beck he has he has shown you like he's not he's not treating you well. It'll help me and I come to us newest he will treat you well. We know your value. Your Money Your Car. We've been Malik the poet's come to us. by you. They're come we'll take care of you.

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You could have taken down and say,

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You know what to say sounds to me. Like you don't think I'm worth your sedans. Look, this is from the King. Or the last time you got a message from a king. A king is asking you about me going on his heart and go live there for the rest of his life. He could have he could have he says in the audience qualified him to meet Allah HIPAA tila. I knew this was Allah subhanaw taala testing me one more time to see if I was truthful about my honesty about my job or not. Here here's a way out. Here's the way out. You are honest and you're punished others worked. Here's the way out here's a way to rub it in everyone's face. That you are right the whole time that you're much more valuable

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that you should have been given an exception because you're a poet. Everyone else is just regular people but you're a poet. You should have been given a some special treatment for this one. Shouldn't have you. You definitely should have. Oh, you definitely should have.

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But he didn't. I didn't. I mean Allah. I know this is Allah Subhanallah it's just to me about how talk to her and I burnt it right then and there

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are the Allahu Anoma you could have loved it would been a different story maybe lived in a different life. I would have a different story to tell you for sure. We have where's the good you guys good right now it started okay. So I'll tell a complete story inshallah to Allah next week. I'm not the brothers do their Cahoots in sha Allah to Allah for the next 10 minutes and then we'll go for speculation I hope that was a benefit for you. We will be having to Allah Allah halen just talking to will go some Allahu wa salam ala Nabina Muhammad on early he also has a lot of work a lot of ego guys ready to set it up okay

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Salam Alaikum everybody we'll get started shortly. In sha Allah we have the game pin as 5398375 Charla?

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