Tafseer Surat Saba #06

Adnan Rajeh


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don't know where they don't know what they have no idea of trying to move forward. And once you, once you bring that forward and in a very simple way even, it becomes much easier you can go on because you know what's happening in terms of interpreting the versus understanding what they're trying to say. I'll leave that. So we're gonna cluster a student's string through

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knowledge, and what they talked about.

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We talked about the concept of submission

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or PA, or obedience to all of Allah subhanaw taala. And as I explained, previously, this may seem like a very generic topic to talk about, but it really isn't.

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Actually, very, it's very specific to being a Muslim. You are when you acknowledge or you realize that you have free will. And you're the only creature that is walking around with freewill, you can just you can choose what you want to do what you don't want to do, on almost on every level of your of your existence.

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And then you after you acknowledge that you realize that and there's something that you cherish, it's all you really own, in this world is all that you really have. Everything else can be taken away from you all that you really are it just that ability to choose, like, that's your dignity, and that's your integrity is my ability, I will do what I want to do, and not what others want to do. And that's why slavery is something that is internationally and globally, historically, something that is frowned upon because you're taking people's freedom away, that's the only thing that they really have. You can be very poor you can be very, you can be not well educated, you can be socially

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compromised and challenges you can be all these things, but you still have your choices, you still you still you still are the you know, you're the steering wheel underhand, you're still choosing which way your your your car, your ship is going to go into sale.

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So when we understand that and we say your job, we are going to give up our freewill to yours. We're going to use our freewill. We're going to choose to give up our freewill to yours. We're going to submit to you Our will is whatever your will is yellow. That's a big choice because you're giving up the most sacred thing that you have. And the most important thing that you have the Why do you think fathers and sons fight at a certain age? Think about it for a moment. It's very simple. He's ready to

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Okay. It's like Allah had you been driving the car for a while, but he's like a little bit over the door. Please get down to my car and I want to drive it and you're like, No, no, you don't know how sit back then habibi. I understand. But it's my car. It's my free will. So he's ready to take control of his life. He can? No, of course, you may not know how to drive. Okay, listen, let me rephrase it. He doesn't know how to drive and he's going to crash a couple of times, but it's still his, you add your cargo drive yours. You may not like it because it's all beat up and old. Someone else's, but it's still yours. And that's why people fight because we want to impose our will on the

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will of others. It's really all it is. It's as simple as that we just parents won't impose their will on the will of their children and children. Either. All human beings on the planet, they want to have their own. That's all they have. That's all they really own. Is there? Is there a free will? And you can't take it away from them? It doesn't make any sense. It never made any sense to me. I don't know what I'm talking about. Obviously, I don't have kids that are that old yet. So don't don't judge me. But I do think it's important that we that that point is understood. Because I don't understand. I don't know how I'm gonna go about when I have my minutes. My son is old. I really

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don't know what I'm going to do. I could be totally hypocritical right now and do the opposite when he's older. But I do. I don't think he's right. Like, I may do it. But I could be I mean, I'm definitely going to be wrong. It's important that we guide them, we help them, we educate them, we prepare them, and then we just have to let them make choices. And then we have to be there to you know, to help pick up the pieces and help teach them because, or else How do you? How else do you do? How are they going to learn how to live? If you don't know, you don't have the ability to to exercise their free will. And I've seen the opposite. I've seen the parents who are extremely

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controlling and the kids who are submissive and will it be totally controlled. And I see how it turns out when they're a bit older. And I don't like the picture. I'd rather the other side I'd rather than make make their own choices, make mistakes. Hopefully inshallah the seed that you put in there will grow you know will come to fruition, and they'll come back and be good people. Sometimes they won't You're not better than know how to use them. And you're not going to know how they said I miss son didn't do it. And he was drowning, he still didn't do it. He died and he still didn't do it. So you're not better than him. At least not the center of gravity. You don't. It's not your it's

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not necessarily your fault. But it's it's certainly important that this point is understood. This is what these students talk about. They're talking about your free will you're submitting to Allah subhanaw The forms of submission when we submit how the students looking at submission from every single one

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possible angle you'll see right now may not be as clear to you. But as we go through the students, this will become a very clear picture. So, for example, talked about that specifically submitting to his woman, it's really hard to do. So when it's hard physically, when it's hard, emotionally, it's hard psychologically, when it's hard socially, when it's hard to financially to do so. So the importance of submitting when it's when it's really difficult, you don't want to do it, and you have all the right reasons not to want to do it, but you still have to do it anyway. So that's step two, the same concept, but from a communal perspective, from a society from a civilizational. aspect,

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looking at how do societies submit to Allah Subhanallah do societies submit? And if they do, then what is God going to look like? And what is the opposite picture going to look like? And this is what we got to study. And the two stories of who the man and what they built and separate with Ableton Live in the same period, just make 1000 kilometers away from each other in the south in the north, however, they operated very differently. And then the outcomes for them was that were very different as well. How did that I began with a series of pull. And when you have three, or four or five, sometimes six verses that have Pull, pull, pull and run, you'll find them in the Quran all

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over the place. And what do they do really didn't want to three things, either they are teaching you a perspective, this is how you're supposed to walk around publicly, this is what you're supposed to be saying publicly, openly is what you this is what you who you are. So with certain things you hold back, you don't have to explain express to everyone in certain things, you have to be open, everyone has to know them. You shouldn't be holding the bag for who Allah Who Had Allah who said, This is what you are, this is who you are, is what represents you, you're very open about that you don't hold it back. So it's a perspective, the same thing with the put out, it'll be follow up, put on

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your business, these are prospective. These are how you look at things, you understand those things in that way, by the way, it changes everything, it changes the way you actually deal with them. Because this is your anthem, this is, you know, represents you another way. Another thing that it does is that it lays down the dialogue that tells us how we're supposed to be talking to others, like what is it, what narrative we're supposed to have, when we're going back and forth to other people or other communities or those who are a bit different. Another one is debate. A third one is issues of debate. So it will bring up an issue that is of debate, and we'll show you how to debate

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it and what you're supposed to say. So these are the three basic usages of coming in a row here. So how do you know which one it is? Well, it's really just the context kind of tells you here because Sam is talking about communities, it's already given you two examples, or you showed you what's right and what's wrong. And then it's gonna go through a bunch of books on say, Say Say say these things. They're telling you how you're supposed to have a dialogue with them. What is the perspective you're having with these people? What is it you're gonna say to those are very, very different than you. And if you and when you look at them, whatever the issue has been so far, but

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either Latinas abdomen doula head, I am the coin. So the first issue is the clarity of what you believe in from from a theological perspective, from an ideological aspect. What is it that you believe in that they differ from you on that you're very clear, right off the bat, you don't compromise these points, these points to you are undebatable they don't change. That's an a very important part of diversity is making sure that the the lines between us are clear, there's nothing wrong with that, actually, it it. It opens the door to healthier and much more mature conversations and coexisting, or coexistence in general, when we have clarity on what is it that makes us a bit

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different, when there's clarity on it. It's not to emphasize the differences. It's not to play a play on the fear factor that is used with these differences is just to make it clear that there are differences that we are not acting like there aren't there are that's okay. It's okay for us to be different. There's nothing wrong with groups of people being different having different beliefs and different

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ethical codes and different rulings that they live by. There's really nothing wrong with that. So explaining that off the bat is important. That's why the the first two verses were very clear. And that aspect. After that, you have to I said when we come I know who didn't know if Ebola movie in it's either you, it's either us or you who is guided or, or on a path of complete misguidance we're in now we either answer you. So when we're talking to these peoples with what I'm saying, I'm not making this up. When we're talking to them, it's we don't come with with the perspective or with the narrative that you're wrong. And we are 100% Right. And we don't need any evidence to prove this. It

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doesn't matter what the what the data says. It's just we're writing you're wrong because we have the client you don't that's not how it's done. It's not how it's done. It's we're in now, I know who that is out. There also you a time will prove this.

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Practical evidence of

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basic practice and of behaviors will prove this meaning when you live rentman societies live the life of Muslims deciding they function as Islamic communities. The outcomes will be the judge is the outcomes that will be the judge who didn't work out for a better who

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As a stronger community who is more, who holds on to, to their who, who helped, who supports their weak within society more who's more, who has higher levels of education, who has less levels of corruption, who it does, how is judges to the outcome. So when now we're young, it's going to be based on how we function. Basically, these are the concepts that we live by, you will live by something different, that's fine. It's either you or us is going to be right or wrong. But let us know what Tamela you're not going to be asked about what mistakes we make, and we won't be I'd be asking you, what you do. You know, what you guys end up doing, we're not going to be held

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accountable for it just like you're not gonna be held accountable for whatever mistakes we make. This is what the point is using, use the word mistakes when referring to ourselves, and just regular deeds when referring to the other person, that's the level of dub that these two are using, that I'm not gonna say, it's not like, Okay, you're not gonna get it, but what I do, and I can be held accountable for all the mostly but you're gonna make no, it's the opposite. If I make a mistake, you're not gonna ask me about it. So don't be too interested in what I'm doing. If I make a mistake, you're not gonna be held accountable for just like, I'm not gonna be held accountable for whatever

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you do in a very, in a very generic way. Because we've all Muslims have always wanted from the day the prophets of Allah Islam announced it on geminal suffer is just the ability to speak freely about what the Dean has in it, and spread it freely amongst people, and for everyone to have the chance to actually listen to it and believe it and if they want to, that's always that's all it's ever been. All the words we have in his, in his, in his like, during his life. So Allah, we just for that, because they would not allow him to do so they were not allowing him to speak about Islam openly. They weren't allowing the Arabic tribes to actually accept Islam if they wanted to. You were going

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to be oppressed, transgressed against and sometimes persecuted, if you did, and that wasn't acceptable. The Prophet says, no, no, that's not how it's gonna work. You're gonna, I'm going to they're going to have free freedom of choice. And once they do they choose what they want. It's just a matter of rational debate. This is how we function we know we have a good answer you, you're not gonna be held accountable for what we do, held accountable for what you do is gonna be based on whatever logical or rational

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arguments we have, and outcomes. Outcomes are important. Outcomes are really important. Sometimes in the midst of understanding destiny, we stop, we misunderstand what's being said. And we think that the, that what the chef was saying, or what the man is explaining that destiny takes care of things, doesn't matter what the outcomes are. That's never the point. When I when I tell you that you don't control the results of things you can't control is in the hands of Allah subhanaw taala, I am not inviting you to be a failure. I'm not inviting you to fail and blame God for it. That's not what I'm doing here at all. And if that's what you understood, that that's something you chose to understand

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based on what you heard, but that's not the idea at all, you're supposed to strive for success, you're supposed to plan for success, you're supposed to prepare yourself and prepare those around you to actually succeed. But if it doesn't happen, then you understand is Allah subhanaw taala his hands, this is how it's supposed to work. If things don't turn out the way you wanted them to turn out, you've done everything possible. You've tried every you know, every way you you really didn't. You had no shortcomings you didn't hold back, you exhausted every resource to plan for success and didn't work out, it's in the hands of Allah subhanaw without rest assured, then you Okay, all right,

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because it's very hard to work really, you know, to work

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sincerely towards something for a long period of time, and it not work out is devastating for the human psyche, it's hard to accept a lot of people, you know, lose their faith or lose their motivation, or, you know, become very depressed or start drinking or start doing drugs or, you know, become suicidal, because of failures in their lives. failures. They didn't, they didn't meet an inner expectation that they had, that inner expectation was just, it wasn't wrong to have it just it didn't have the right context. It was understood properly. If you understood it, that's why Islam is important for you to understand the perspectives it gives you.

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Aim really high, just understand how to do it. Just make sure it's clear to you how you're going to aim really high. And there has to be the proper context. It has to be contextualized in the in the will of Allah subhanaw taala and understanding the command and destiny of Allah subhanaw taala if you do that, then you're always going to be okay. Islam is always going to be always gonna have your back always gonna be fine no matter what happens when how many times you feel nine times you fall, gonna be okay. Because you understand what your job is, you understand how this whole system works, the dynamics of it between you and God and you're fine. You're not holding you're not holding him

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for for a deal that he never made with you. You know, Holy See, when you expect Allah subhanaw taala to give you something that that you want and you've worked hard for, you're basically holding him to a deal that he never made with you. He never told you I'm gonna give it to you. If you do if you do one, two and three, you never told you that. But just work hard, be the best you can and I'll take care of the rest of it. When I get when I do

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ensure you what I'm going to promise you is gender, gender, gender is waiting for you. You're gonna walk in with both feet and spend spend the rest of eternity there. And don't you it's

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It's just hold on, just do your thing. I can't I can't promise anything. So if you're holding your whole life on a promise and dunya that you're waiting for, it doesn't happen.

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This could be an issue, it'd be problematic. Well, let's just do an AMA you're on whether you're not going to be asked about what mistakes we made no, no really be asked about what you did or hold on to illegal stuff.

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Well, you had, you might have been an auto Buddha, tell them say, Allah subhanaw taala our Lord will gather us on a certain day on a day to come from after how been and have been helpful, they will judge amongst us or between us, righteously and with with truth, when one is the one who judges and opens the doors of truth and unrighteousness were only meant the one who was all knowing. So, okay, you don't want you don't like what I'm doing. Okay, that's fine, you will do your thing. I'll do my thing. I won't be asked about what you're doing. And you guys what I'm doing. The Judgment Allah subhanaw puts together and he'll, you'll you'll make the judgment, he'll say, you will say who was

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right and who was wrong, he'll say he was guided who was misguided, he will hold everyone accountable for what they did. And he will also point to who was doing it right and who is doing it wrong. This is how we dialogue. This is our debate. This is our dialogue with the non Muslim communities raised, it's as simple as that. We're in a competition of who's going to be more successful. And if we're more successful, that we can pass along that success to others. And you'll see that in a moment and how and how that mentality is supposed to be spread.

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But it's not a matter of

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civilizations colliding, we're not, we're not looking towards colliding. Unless there is clear oppression. And there's clear persecution of rights, and people are being deprived of their human rights, then there's really no reason for collision. It's a matter of you do what you want to do live by the codes you want to live by, by the whatever, however you want to live, and we'll do the same. And then there'll be a time where this will all be clarified. And you're saying this is the Quranic narrative, not something that I want you to believe because we're living in Canada. No, this is what the Quran is saying is actually how communities are supposed to communicate. This is the way

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of doing it. Okay, so we're not done yet there's still one or two more I have put in it that will bring up a few more points. We'll read them in sha Allah and then

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we'll hopefully have enough time to start a new chapter and this will be let him in a che on your body

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so we start from 27th Insha Allah

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were like in one nurse Isla yeah Alan

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the step feel alone and who said

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to step on the moon

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to the end of the fourth chapter of the sutra

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well aronia Lavina I'm happy to be here Shaka Kalam say show me the ones whom you have claimed to be associates with Allah subhanaw taala or only show me a Lavina the ones and help it to him that you have added to the group so all hypershade will be shaped me and something has been added to another group. It's like you're grabbing everything. And just before we close the door, okay, just to get a few more

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blended and close up doesn't help or your ad it's based basically addition. But not not a numeric addition is more adding to a group making someone a part of something that he wasn't initially, or originally a part of to begin with. So I'll help him be sure aka the ones that you have added to his group as associates, meaning Allah subhanaw does want to create everything. And then you added to that group. Oh, yeah, he didn't do it alone. The okay, this guy here, and this thing here and all that also did it as well. So show me who was it that who created with him subhanaw taala. Show me their abilities. Let me see what they did. Color color, you can do it. You don't have the ability to

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do but if you go ahead. Again, it's a it's a request. If you can do it. Well listen, if you can prove to me, you can show me someone else who made any of this and created any of this from nothing or brought life forward or gave it purpose, then bring them forward? You can't Okay then then stop

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acting like you can or stop claiming that there's someone else besides him or, or stop disbelieving in him so Pio teleca Bell, who Allah Who knows the issue, the actual issue is, or the reality of the matter is, he is only him. It's only him who Allah, Allah Aziz with hacking unfathomable jujitsu, and hacking the all wise disease meaning the one who you cannot ever actually understand what the word means disease in the Quran. There's always an element of our lack. It's always our mind a name that reminds us that we can never really figure him out fully. You can understand certain things about Allah subhanaw taala. But other things, I don't have answers for you. If you start asking me.

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Okay, well,

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what is he like? Exactly?

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What is beyond time and space? Well, how does how does that work?

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Well, what why did He create all this? But I don't know. I have no, I have no answer for you. No one does really like no, they don't no one really does. He is a lightweight he but he's the all wise somehow. So that should be enough for you. When you should rest assure that easy always whatever you see done or happening is within his wisdom. So pay no taxes, nothing's going to go on measured and rewarded and punished and nothing is random in it. Well, who Allah Who knows he's been hacking, but he is unfathomable, somehow he can't really understand at all. Some parts of it are a bit, a bit beyond just not all of it, but some parts of it. Some issues of the, the essence, the essence of the

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Lord subhanaw taala himself, or one step too far, or just something that we will never won't get a clear exposure to. Until you're well PM. Until your agenda insha Allah you get exposed to maybe a bit, some truths that you can't comprehend in dunya. The prophets like Selim, when he was on the night of marriage, we up to the sky. And he made it to the to the seven sky and we're Ibrahim Ali Salam was, and the thought that you'll reach the highest because that's what the brick and mortar is. And that's where, and you say no, there's still one more is we're going up a bit more. So he goes up a bit more to a place called Sims within a month.

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And if you and for the life of me if you decide to go studies in Atlanta, and I had a friend in university who wanted to write his thesis on Susan winter, he gave up after three weeks, and he changed his thinking. It's very difficult to write it on something like that. It's very hard to because we don't really know no one. There's so many different opinions. It's it's just a place what it's like and what's happening. We don't know this is something kind of beyond us. To make that point even clearer when he came back some lesson from that higher place where he was alone, and no one else was even up didn't make it that far. And he was asked What did you see? Didn't even

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describe it? Most kalithea de la did you do that was fun. It also had been he is the one who was most capable linguistically. So listen to me. And he's the most eloquent speaker you've ever listened to audio so twisted, I'm very familiar. However, he couldn't he couldn't explain what he saw. I knew what I know. He was just he just liked. I don't know. The Quran itself says the same thing is the eldership Siddhartha MIOSHA as the center of the place was covered and smothered with what with whatever it was smothered with, it actually says my Yorkshire, whatever it was, we don't know it's not it's not going to make sense of it. It's something a bit which is one step beyond what

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we can actually understand and linear it's not to make you feel bad about yourself or less intelligent. It's just there's certain things about him supplement data that may be within the life that we live in the place that we are in the ability of our little brains, just one step further, you will find out Inshallah, you will be more educated about this and so let me say inshallah you go to Gen, then you find your way there, you got to, again, I think the biggest name you'll find agenda is the name of the knowledge you're going to be able to, to be exposed to, you can learn everything, don't you want? Yeah, I don't know. I need to sit in a theater like on a state station and he

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actually showed me how everything happened here. Like I need to I need to be explained history has to be explained to me from the lowest abundance perspective. I need to know what happened. I'm not going to be able to explain to me actually what happened. You want to know things. We don't realize that we don't realize that

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Knowledge is what makes you, it makes you happy. It really does. The more knowledge, the more useful knowledge you have, the happier you can be. That's why it's important that we educate our kids on

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or we teach our kids that that concept that knowledge is power. And it's also happiness. Specifically if you if you learn the right stuff. Now, there's a lot of useless pieces of knowledge that you can have any you can know exactly, exactly where to what what type of Sniper sniper rifle to buy, and you know, Counter Strike and where to stand and what angle to have it to get a head shot, every step is useless piece of knowledge, like, yeah, you know, something, but that's not, but even that'd be you know, it makes you happy. Even that silly piece of value still makes you happy, any anything, knowing anything properly, it gives the human being a lot of a lot of satisfaction and

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a lot of joy. And the more you understand things, the happier you are. And the less you understand things, the more frustrated you are. You see kids at school are frustrated, they're frustrated, because they can't make sense of what's going on. Not just the knowledge itself, not just the academics, but also the social noise that is being given to them. No social knowledge is a very important part of who we are for us to be able to understand people understand what they want, what they're seeing why they're acting that way, how am I'm supposed to act towards them? How am I supposed to find myself amongst this group? And who am I exactly amongst them. That's the knowledge

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that it's very important. It's very satisfying, when you understand and very unsatisfying, very depressing when you don't understand, if you're a part of a group of friends, and you fit in well, you're always you always want to be there. That's why men who find that don't want to be in their homes with their wives and kids, because they don't know what to do with this group of people. They're sitting there feeling lost, it's not clear to them what the relationship is, he doesn't make it along with his wife, pretty much he doesn't understand his kids very much. So he doesn't feel like he fits in. So social knowledge isn't there, he's not, doesn't understand what he's supposed to

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do properly. So it runs away from situations where he feels like he's ignorant. He doesn't know what to do. And he goes to a place where he knows exactly what to do, how to speak and who to speak to what to say. And he understands that the dynamics are clear, they'd have been fought together these friends for 5060 years, it probably never will. Because they understand the dynamics are clear this knowledge is what makes you happy.

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It's an important part of understanding how we function as human beings is very important. And you'll find that in Yanni and Charlo you'll find that in gender as well.

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But keep it focused on it and dunya. So understand, make sure you understand things. Don't let things pass by that you don't understand. And Muslim never does that. Muslims never did that. By the way in the early ages for I don't know why we do it today. I always have this little we're coming to we did it I think two years ago, we were reading just

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remember, I asked the question. All right. What is gossip? Any though club? No answers at all. And I'm pretty sure still most of you don't remember what it is. But as somebody that no one knew you were reading this since you were four. What does it mean? Why are you saying something that makes no sense to you? You're not supposed to do that. Islamically you're not supposed to do that in the deen the prophets, I send them never asked the Sahaba to do something that didn't make sense to them. They always questioned the question everything is someplace and they question the question him and he assaulted him he would speak or they saw the salam and he was still asked him and he was

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questioned. I mean, you have to answer all these software's to them, because the Quran teaches them to do so. You're supposed to offer your understanding, offer what you think, show me not only this, what you're saying,

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when now we are gonna miss you or me, one of us are right, whatever is wrong. We have to we have to hash this out. You have to base our rationale and logic estimates on outcome. Sometimes, sometimes we can't really figure it out rationally or logically based on debate who is right and wrong is going to be based on outcome. Okay, you do and they'll do it. Right. And then we'll see who's right. Sometimes there's no other way to do it to be, it's just impossible for us to pinpoint if you're doing it right. Or I'm doing a race. Now, it's not possible for a variety of reasons, but outcomes will sometimes, you know, pinpoint will specify you did right or wrong, after I saw how it all came

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And this is how we've always been as Muslims, it's only been maybe the last 100 years, 200 years that we started to passively accept everything we hear and everything we listen to. Now it's in the best interest of every shear that that's what you do. They will just be quiet. Listen to what I say. And just let me go home and you just do whatever I say that's that's the my best my best interest but it's not in the long term best interests of the OMA. Nor is it what the Quran teaches. The quantity is something very different. The Quran teaches that you think for yourself. And I'm saying this right now, because I'm preparing you for number 3132 and 33 to come. Yes. Is there a line that

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we can draw somewhere where there's understanding and there's

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delete late just just accept it?

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It's sometimes hard to draw the line. Sure. So when it comes to the basics, it has to be based on understanding. It's after you accept the basics, meaning after you established

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the core part of your faith, what what branches out of that core part of your faith is based on understanding could be things you don't understand. So

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there's a saying that the best explanation doesn't always need to have an explanation.

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No, okay.

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To the best explanation doesn't always need an explanation to be the best explanation. So if you and I go, if I take one assume you go to the moon or to a different,

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I don't go into the space and we find a planet. And on that planet, there's all these houses and all these technological stuff, and but there's no one there. There's no one there. So what are we? What conclusion can we make of all this? Someone who's here, right? Someone needs someone who tells him You know this, but I have no evidence of it. I can't really do not there. And it actually already has come people come from, you're like, I don't know, who are they? I don't know, when I drill you for 15 years, you have no way to explain to me, you can explain to me it's still the best explanation but doesn't have an explanation to it. So it's establishing the basis of the faith when

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you believe in Allah subhanaw taala? How do you believe it and you look at the you look at what he told you to look at, look at the creation of the universe around you look at life itself. You look at history and look within yourself. These are the four places where you look for faith, and you establish faith you believe in Allah subhanaw taala once you believe that you submit to Him subhanaw taala even if it doesn't all make sense to you, but you do it because you have a clear understanding of the basics. I already established that I'm not questioning anymore, because I I know why I believe in him. I didn't believe in him with no evidence. And now I have to question every single

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thing. He says no, is the other way around. But still what you were told by people like myself, because I'm trying to tell you what he said subhanaw taala what he wants, but it's not him who speaking it's me who speak and I'm just a guy, I made me I will make mistakes. I may be biased and sometimes and things I say so you need to question that. Why? Because if we're gonna read in a few minutes, make you because I can't carry anything for you. You'll notice

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that you walk behind me, right, and I'm taking you down the wrong road. And then you will see me we're all standing in the wrong place. And you're like, oh, no, bye bye. Why is him? Right? It's him. And he did it. Oh, my God.

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I have nothing. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. I said what I what I knew. You could have said yes or no is your fault. It's yours. It's your, your thing. Now that is again, that's tiring for every email or every shift. It's a tiring thing, because now people have questions, but that's how it's done. And that's how he did it. He said it for all his life. It did not we should not shy away from that there should not there should be no alternative to that. It's always based on that. You speak and and either what you said he makes sense and we take it or it doesn't make sense that we don't take it. And that's fine. It's okay. However, in settings like this, just to make something clear,

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for us to all have a common understanding of a few things. mean not every halacha is an open debate of the existence of God not every was gonna be like that. Sometimes people aren't sitting in a group already established that we already believe in that we're, that's one of our act, Maxim's that's one of our self evident issues, we're going to take that point and move forward from it. Right. And then someone who comes who doesn't have that self evident issue. belief may not fit in this little city, which is fine. If it's somewhere else that you are welcome to debate it but not in every single sitting sometimes. That's why it's in specialty meetings. To have a bunch of Hadith scholars coming

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and talking. You may not fit in there, okay, you won't fit in, you'll sit there you understand nothing, because they're they have a number of self evident issues that they've agreed upon. And they're working on things after that, that you may not have at all that you may not agree with. So that may not be the perfect place for you to sit it doesn't mean you can't question their Maxim's doesn't mean you can question their self evident beliefs, it just means may not be the perfect place to do it right now. It will be an open more open space just to get an idea to keep in your mind. Whenever you you crash a meeting. Just make sure you you know, what are the self evident issues that

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they all have here? If you don't agree with all of them? Maybe you're not there's not the right place for you to come and talk and look for other places to question them or to bring that up, but you're supposed to question what you listen to. You're supposed to question. If you don't, that's your fault and your fault alone, and you will carry it alone. And he's got that we're going to read very soon. I'm gonna be very be filled with that idea, so erroneous, helped on the final point of dialog. Show me if you have some evidence, show me show me now listen, I told you there is Allah subhanaw taala in his abdomen, who said at the beginning, called the ones who you claim without

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Allah subhanaw taala the Oh, nothing. Yes.

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Question scimitar on lonely

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brother. So I was having a debate with

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three Muslim and the person was like, I just believe in Quran. I don't believe that

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was great. This is also a fundamental part because

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leaving behind two things.

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How do you prove that aspect? That's that's a very

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that's a highly specific or highly specialized point.

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I wouldn't I wouldn't, I wouldn't engage in debate of that sort. If I were you. Getting those type of debates is actually very demanding. You have to have a lot of you have to understand the history behind these claims. You have to find this and the person himself making that claim. Why is he making that claim? Was he a part of a school of thought? Is he just frustrated? Does someone tell him that and that's what he know he that's his belief based on some Hadith he heard they didn't make sense to him. So I understand why that came to him. What does he mean by so it's not it's not a it's not a black and white issue.

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I agree it's not simple. It's not as simple as we think it is. It's actually much more complex as an issue. But generally speaking, for you, for us to claim that he lived 63 years some of these elements and didn't say a word, it's crazy. Like he didn't say anything into it. He just just brought there's no he lived, he did things. hadith is what he did, how he lived. So I said, How do we do, how we deal with what he did what he did, and how he lived in what he said, how we deal with it, what we apply to it, when we're dealing with our daily lives and reading the Quran. That's a whole different issue. And I'm open for debate that's open for interpretation that's important that

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we talked about. But for us to dismiss that he lived a life actually he didn't live so I said, I'm first of all, when you do that, you cannot understand the Quran to begin with. The Quran is highly contextual, you will make no sense at all if you don't know how he lived and what happened to him. And if you don't accept it, then you don't, you won't be able to know what exactly went down at that time and with the different stages of his life selection, because every sunnah, addressing a stage that is different than another sutra. And if you don't understand the stages, then you can understand how he lived it. So just so you understand the Quran. So it's a very, it's a very highly

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specialized topic. I wouldn't get into it if I were you. I would refer him to someone who a bit more knowledgeable to help kind of break down why he's thinking like that, and maybe offer him some help. But we believe in the Quran is a good thing. Right? That's at least he's on what he has one. One thing working for him. So hopefully that will help him to find the rest of it. We have a lot of people today who are I'll take anything that disappoint. Yeah.

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Did not like

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command or

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Yeah, but again, it's not as simple as that. What I'm trying to say it's not it's not an issue that is as simple as just putting it that way, even though it's what you're saying is right, and it's not faulted. But it's not as simple as that in terms of having this conversation. There's actually more to it than that. Again, you have to figure out why he seen that where that came from and what caused it to come about and then it's it's much more complicated. Maybe inshallah Javi. This will this needs like a specific,

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maybe sitting just to talk about that specifically to talk about they're called the Qurani, or monkey Lucena. There's a group they've been around for a long time, they're not know, and we can address maybe what brought them forward and what they actually be why they're like, then what is it that differs that makes us different? What could we how can we also, you know, revise the way we look at things sometimes in the light of their claims. So we can do that and show maybe in a different setting, we'll maybe have something specific for it, but it is something that should be addressed. I totally agree.

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die after that. Well, my eldest son NACA, ELAC fildena. So this is specific.

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Another unique

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verse in the Quran, and sunnah to Sabha, and it coming through December and so that's talking about how communities submit how they do sugar, how they do for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala the dialogue was going to have with those who are not like us, the openness we're supposed to have the you know, you do your thing, we'll do our thing. And then we'll, it'll be proven, either by outcomes or by Allah subhanaw taala and you can prove something to us, we'll happily take it. The idea comes from Alex and NACA in like 10 minutes, and we only sent you

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Kapha that means for everyone, we are going to suffice for everyone. They activate if you're drinking some they're eating some music to feed them is not enough. I only anymore, I am fully suffice. I don't need anything else. So Kapha telling us that he was sensitizing them all he was sent was to be careful not to be for everyone to suffice for everyone, no one will need anything after he has sent some lawyers and I'm really nervous means all people

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those who believe Bashira and he will give them the good news of what's to come. And those who don't believe in the Thielen, he will warn them that their way of lives will turn out in a negative way for them. And this is what we do as muslims if you're doing something right, then we will give you the good news inshallah of higher outcomes to come for you. And if you do something wrong, we will warn you the warning and the good news doesn't have to be always attached to us, even though it usually is and it should, but I mean, you can also see it in a different context and Adonia context if you're studying and doing well at school, I wouldn't be a machine for you also I'll give you the

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good news and show that things were recovered for you you'll make it far you'll be successful you'll be out you'll do and if you're not I'll also give you a warn you that this is not the right way to go you're going to be very miserable. You're gonna You're gonna regret this. It could it be attached to your mechanical Byzantine just now but it's too bad. But the idea as a Muslim is how we live. We always identify probably good traits and wrong traits, things that are being done properly and things that aren't and we point them out to those who are behaving each way but here's what the prophets I send was sent to everyone carefulness, sufficing all people you sent to everyone with no

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exception, no reservations, no one is accepted from this, but she don't want to deal if you're doing it right. He'll give you good news for give you they tell you that things are going to work out for you and show that you're doing it wrong. He will he will warn you and tell you that is not the right way. We're ready to rock to walk down. Well that can knock through a nasty layer animal but most people don't know this.

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So most people don't know this. Mostly, I mean, those who aren't Muslims, but

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Muslims know this. So when we talk to other communities and we don't have dialogues with them like this, that doesn't mean that we are disconnected from them. It doesn't never mean that we are disconnected and we will do our own thing. And we don't care. No, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he was sent to everyone. And his message was sent to everyone as well. So when we have something of use to, to offer others something of benefit to offer that we have to offer it, because it's not ours to begin with. It's not it's not our own properties. It was sent it was given to him. So I sent them to give to everyone I accepted. So I'm Sharla. He's Bashir for me, others didn't

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accepted. So it's near for them, but it's still but it's still their property as well. It's something that they should have access to. And we should ensure that they have proper access to well, that also neck in the curve at the Linux machine on whenever you are, but most people don't know this. It's okay that they don't know it. It's not it's important that that you know it, that I know it so that when we we take his knowledge, so I say let me take it. So Sam, what he taught us when he make sure that it's that it's extrapolated to others and others can benefit from from his way of thought some of the eyes I've seen him in the way of his way of life. This is this is it

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coming into the way that it does make it very important for us to, it's very important for us to understand and to think about, because it's here saying that, yes, societies will differ, you'll have dealt with and today man's typing, you'll have separate state, and you have this dialogue, never forget that he was sent to everyone sort of like them. It's not us in them. He is the prophet of all humanity, they may be living that differently than what he wanted. But he's they're still being addressed by the words he said some of them and by the fact that he brightened by the ways that he that he endorsed it's important that we don't forget that that it's not a matter of good and

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evil. Good should take out you know, it's a it's an idea that he was sent to everyone so I sent them and everything he taught is the property is the everyone knows that everyone has a shot at this and everyone deserves to listen to it to be taught and to also participate and contribute to it as well.

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So what did they say? Well,

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well they have a comeback. My dad had a lot to include them Sergeant Dean, what is this promise of yours if you if you are truthful tell us when it's going to happen when dealing with gamma happening you know pounding our heads that are going to be judgment you're going to be asked and you have to live in a certain way or else the Olympia you're going to send this down there Allah Subhanallah is gonna sit break down everything for you. You're gonna have to defend it. So when is this day? Include them Saudi opinion, if you're so truthful and honest about things? How about you tell me when it's going to be? And the question is always when?

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For human beings always ask the wrong questions. We also know when, when was never was never offered? Like no one knows when the Prophet SAW Selim himself. Yes, no. Naka and Nick IV, you and I know they're asking you guys if you know, you don't know, no one knows. Is something only Allah subhanaw taala knows his knowledge about his supply? No, Dad, no one knows exactly. This is gonna be the question. When was a dumb question. You're not supposed to be asking when? How many times has he asked us on a lesson in his life? Many, many times, it's gotten to what is your well being? And you always ask them answer them in a way. I didn't tell him by the person you're asking to know no more

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than the person who just asked I don't know when but I can tell you some signs. So you can be aware of those signs and make sure you don't participate. He was asked when and he said some lesson. Well, what have you prepared? Let's just focus on most of the more important what you are ready for it is happening isn't that enough? When shouldn't be much of an issue for you. As long as it's going to happen. As long as it's inevitable. As long there's no possibility that it's not going to happen, when shouldn't be much of a deal. So what have you prepared, and then people would think about it that again,

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the AMA Yamo can make the Day of Judgment is one thing and death is our personal PM, your personal your milk M is when you die.

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And that's inevitable as well. To prolong as much as you like,

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you will all die. You're all dying right now. Just to make it you know, just to bring some optimism into the house like

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to make sure everyone's

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to make y'all feel optimistic, all dying. No, it is the truth. Accept upon accepting that understanding the

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making sure that the way you see it is proper is one of the biggest things. The biggest aspects of being a Muslim is just understanding death and accepting it.

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Living in this in this in this era, anywhere that has never spoken of death is always trying to you know be put aside we don't want to talk about death. You don't have to think about death. Death is not something you ever want to be a part of. That's what whatever prepared for it. That's when people die we act in ways that are not proper, you know, we don't have because we're not prepared for others to die. We're not fair for ourselves to die, even though we know 100% We're going to die. Isn't it weird? Is the only fact you have right now about your life. You know nothing what's going to happen in the future nothing at all. You can hope for stuff you don't nothing will leave you know

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nothing because if you're young, you think you know you have no idea how many

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curveballs are waiting for you. As you move forward in life, you're gonna be knocked down so many times my friend,

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you have no idea what's gonna happen, but you do know for a fact that you're gonna die. That is 100%. No, I'm definitely dying. And yet it's the least conversed about topic, and it's the least thing we prepare for. And it's very, isn't that kind of, doesn't that strike you as odd?

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The only factor we have yet we don't want to engage in it at all, like we don't want talk about. So the prophets I tell them, teaching has always been okay. You don't know when it's going to happen. Just maybe focus on how you're going to live your life in a way so that when it does happen, you're ready.

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I've seen people die

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as a physician, and as someone who works in Islamic Dawa. So I've seen people die in different situations in different countries and different ages. And, and they don't die. We don't die all like we don't, we actually possibly quite differently. Some people pass away and they're very, very prepared for it. They have no problem with it. They're not afraid of death. I saw I've seen it myself. I've always been afraid of death. Everyone's afraid of death. And that's fine. You're supposed to be afraid of death. No one wants to be not around anymore. No one wants to disappear from this story. Scary. But you will see people who are very well prepared. Those who have lived a

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life that makes them feel that yeah, it's okay. Bring it on. I'm ready in Charlotte area. And I've done my best and I'm still doing my best. And whenever my time comes, I'm ready to move on. And I've seen people who weren't. And it religion is supposed to be something that serves you in that in that perspective, but sometimes it doesn't. I've seen non Muslims being more prepared for death and Muslims. I've seen it.

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Okay. I think I think there's more.

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There's more to talk about regarding this issue. Do you mean

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Sorry, you mean in terms of feeling. People who are accepting people are accepting, accepting of death and accepting of the feel like they're ready to move on move on more than a Muslim person who maybe lived a life that he never thought about like that. So when time came he wasn't ready to move on. He didn't get spent enough time to thinking about this year then spent enough time preparing for it others who maybe not don't believe in God at all, I spent enough time thinking about it that at least they have something that they're willing to do endorse or living too willing to, to buy into so that we move on. It's important as a Muslim, you have to have the right perspective of depth that

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is not higher. We never appraised death whenever happy about it. Wherever celebrating so you never celebrate someone's death. Even if they're a Shaheed you don't celebrate their death that is not to be celebrated. For someone's dies. That's the moment where the people on the don't write anything anymore. You don't have another chance. Nothing you do counts from this moment forward. That's a scary thought. I can't redeem myself anymore. Right now no matter what you've done, you can still redeem yourself. You can find redemption you can find where you can repent you can fix your wastewater what you've done doesn't matter. You can find your way the moment you die, it's over. It

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doesn't matter what you think after that point. Doesn't matter what clarity what new truths you you stumble upon and what feelings you have no one cares anymore, you're stuck, you're going you're stuck you're going to be judged for eternity for the time that you live that's it. Everything after that doesn't matter anymore. So death is never higher. That's never a good thing. Because it's shortening the time you have to do better and to improve yourself and did not say we should want to live to live longer so we can do better. But we want to live longer for the wrong reason because we are scared of death we're not ready for it we don't understand how to deal with it we're not sure

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what to do next. So that's the way that we ask when give me when I want to know when so I can prepare so I can you know if I know when that I you know I can make sure I have told her like before his handwriting. Forgive me just tell me when it's not about when that's why I put it back on me. How do you um, tell them there is an appointment to me if there's an appointment, a day of an appointment on a day, that is an annual PSA, you cannot postpone it or come late to it one hour without this demon nor can you come to it early. It is an appointment is set D is a set appointment, and you're all going to come to it. You can't be late you can't postpone you can book early, you can

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book late and come to that appointment. All of you just know that you don't need to know when see I didn't say when don't have to know when doesn't matter when just know that you're going to come you're going to be there. You can't be absent. You can take a sick day. You can you know have another day for judgment, you can maybe your your record, your name falls off the records and one of them mixes a meeting and forget to you and you stay on you're gonna know you're gonna be there on time and you'll be held accountable. Just keep that in your mind as you move forward in life. Okay, we have a few more minutes or what can we do perfect. So we're gonna read an eye after it. So I can

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make it make sense to you why I gave that little introduction at the beginning of the Halacha and something to think about work on the inner CAFO then Minardi has

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it is believe in what they say, well, FBI, what they said was Lumina via the Quran.

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Their final conclusion, we're not going to believe in this Quran or anything that came before it or anything that is similar to it, their conclusion they don't want to believe. But of course, the I had before I've already established that, even if they don't, this is the dialogue that you're going to have, you're going to see this. That's an important area here. And you may be wondering why why did I say that? Because you may without that, you may think that if you had that dialogue with them, that was going to lead to everyone who doesn't believe to believe but the dialogue happened, but you couldn't say this and say this and this and they're still going to tell you we're not gonna believe

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they're gonna ask you about your milk, you're gonna answer the way that Allah subhanaw taala answer and they're still going to tell you we're not going to even the Quran, or anything that came in from what I believe the main ad he needs everything that came before it, meaning the NG the Torah, and all the books that Allah subhanaw taala sent to all the prophets that were within history. So meaning that this dialogue is not going to necessarily lead to the disbelievers that the community that don't believe they believe in Allah subhanaw taala. That wasn't the point of it. The point is establishing what are the dynamics we're going to have with others who don't believe this is what

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we're going to base it on, you do your thing we do our thing, the profit that we have, and what they brought, what he brought civilized to them is for everyone, and outcomes will be the judge between us and your milk, they will judge between us, if you're asking us about your milk, just know that it's going to happen prepare for it, and that's your best shot at it. And they're still gonna say we don't want to believe we're just fine. You just know that that's their choice. However, now that I transfer to a new chapter where it transfer happens in the middle of the night, and I love it when it happens like that. And so it's so it's so rare in the Quran. Usually when a new chapter begins in

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a sutra, it's the beginning of an area. But every once in a while you'll find it happening in the middle of an area so that you can't you can't stop midway, you physically can't stop, you have to continue. Yes, it's a new chapter, but it is so attached to us before it's a continuation that is so important. So embedded in what we just talked about that you have to read, it doesn't happen in a couple of times in the Quran, here's one of them. So that new chapter starts at what I would tell her something new, there's a new, a new chapter in the sutra, mystery in the middle of the eye. So you have no choice but to continue.

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And when you see or when the time comes, and you see, or only if you could see that's what the widow tell her and only if you could see Mohammed, either volley Moon as the oppressors or local foon have been

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held. Mobile phone is like when you're arrested. When were you arrested? So mobile meaning you they've been held, stay there, please mobile phone and there'll be him they've been held within the vicinity and the presence of their Lord.

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their oppressors they've been labeled, so they know who they are. And they know what that was, what's happened and where they're going. Yeah, oh God, I'll go home eat about lineal Cole. They're going back and forth and dialogue amongst each other. They're talking back and forth, quietly, low voices, but they're talking. They've been told stand here, please. Until Allah subhanaw taala is ready to judge you. And it's your time. So as you're standing there, these are oppressors.

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The ones who refused all of this, just so you understand that the Quran is not telling you that oh, you can do whatever you want. No, there's right and wrong. Wrong, this was going to happen if the wrong but however how you deal with wrong is dunya is a different thing. How we're supposed to deal with the communities that don't live by the will of Allah subhanaw taala has to be that of tolerance has to be that of proof has to be that of evidence has to be that of an open dialogue, an open debate. Let's see who's right maybe now we can miss answer you who was right. You're not gonna let us

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we are going to be asked and held accountable. But we are mistakes we've made not only be asked about what you do, Allah will bring us together and he will judge amongst us. Our profit is capital losses for everyone everyone can benefit from he brought some aloha to Salam. And if you're interested to know about when you're milking ama prepare for it is more better for you, and there's still won't listen.

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So, yes, in dunya, that's, that's the perspective. That's the dialogue that we had with them. And that's how we dealt with them. But you're welcome. There's right and wrong and what you're supposed to be trying to do to make sure you're milking you're on the right rate. So you did things right, you lived right. Not, you didn't okay, this is what was going to happen. But only if you could see it in Volume One mo funa and Robin as the oppressors and the persecutors and those who refused, had been held

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in the vicinity of their Lord, the president

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Have Allah subhanaw taala yodel Judo Bow Bow, bow, bow, they're going back and forth talking to each other. Your foolhardiness to Murray for the Linus tech guru, the ones who had the lower hand, the ones who are kind of the followers, if you may, the people who were were, you know, forcefully made ignorant are the ones who didn't have the wealth didn't have the money didn't have the power, didn't control, the media didn't really have a voice does the average guy just did whatever his leaders told him to do, or whoever he had put his trust into extraordinary for the weak, life is weak still, that if I mean, they will put in a place where they were made weak.

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And this on its own, is just studying that word is its own does, that you've been made weak, you're not weak by nature, you just you were made weak, maybe you allow yourself to be weak. Maybe you didn't, you spent your youth playing video games and wasting your time. By the time you were 30, you found you didn't know anything. Then other 30 year olds knew way more than you because they didn't waste their time. And now you don't have an opinion that's worthy of sharing. So you just have to take whatever opinion the other guy has, because he knows more. But it's not your opinion. It says opinion. You're just adapting adopting it. Because you don't you don't know you didn't read. You

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didn't read it. You never spent time gathering knowledge. You don't have any experiences, right? And life now is knocking on the doors and you have to live. And you'd ask questions that matter, though. So what do you think about this? Do you be like?

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I don't.

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So you pick up anyone's opinion. Yeah, why hurt me to share something about this? Or maybe if you're lucky, if you're unlucky? Sometimes, if you're unlucky, it could be a hater who said something that you know, totally wrong, but you pick up someone else's opinion, not really yours. You can embed it, you're gonna invest in that opinion? You follow that opinion? You follow the person who said it, but could be wrong. Could be wrong. Just like I said, You don't understand why you started the beginning. You just You just went with us someone else who will follow you didn't question what they said you would question what they were thinking you didn't hold them accountable for their thoughts.

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You didn't think for yourself. So we've been struggling with those were made weakened. Don't you are weak, mentally and weak another level as well. Linus tech votes are the ones who were who

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were given a larger place than they deserved stuck about on can me be a being arrogant or being vain. It could, it could mean that but here, I don't think that's what it means. What it means is that they were made bigger than they actually were. So they're blown out of proportion in terms of their size. That's the importance of their opinions and importance of what they say.

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Those who dictate in certain things and everyone listen to the ones who are weak and just listened. So you all came with a standing beside each other. So the guy who listened to the standing with the guy who probably he never met him during his life, they probably tours too far away from a status perspective to ever meet him. So he never actually got to sit with him or ask him a question. But now he's sitting there and so it looks at him and he says Lola antem and whatever you guys lacuna Mini, we would have all been believers.

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Right? You're the one who told us that all this is wrong and not to listen to it and this is how we're supposed to understand it and that they're all a bunch of this is all a bunch of that and these people are like this You're the ones who poisoned our minds and all the garbage that we ended up losing to and now you're not said all this stuff you would have been believers look at look at the other guy I used to work with him look he's a believer he's going to Why am I here? Because I listen to you it's your fault.

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Yeah, would be nice if it worked out like that wouldn't it

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wouldn't be nice it'd be awesome if things were like that I would definitely be a follower

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Why spend any time just follow you if you're wrong you you take the you take the you know the responsibility I got to go the other way is not my problem. It wasn't my fault

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that that's how it works to scary well it's a scary thing I don't know if you've ever thought about like that.

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It's a very scary thing.

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You and only you will be held accountable for what you think and what you believe in what you do you will you you cannot you cannot blame anyone. Anyone doesn't matter. You're gonna want to blame your parents raised me like this. You know, being the teachers know why blame your friends and fear peer pressure. You don't want to believe blame? Maybe the sheriff who was talking or or the other person. It just doesn't work.

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all you had was your freewill. exercise it. Use it because it's all you got. So if I tell you to do something doesn't make sense to you don't do it. You're at fault if you do, even if what I told you was right. Even if I told you do something that's right. But you can't make sense of it. You'll look at everything. It doesn't make sense. And you still do it you're wrong for doing it. Because you you gave up your filth free will to a person who never give up your free will to a person to give you up your fuel to Allah subhanaw taala which is why he's Allah and we're just people. I tell you do this. You asked me why I say that. There's no reason just do it. And then you do what you're wrong. But

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Allah subhanaw taala says do something

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and you do it then you're right, because he's Allah. So Allah says

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You're treating some other person as Allah, that's which is problematic. You never give up your female who never give up your female. That's always important to me when you're raising your kids. Never, never use, like, use it like that. We all do it. I'm guilty. I'm guilty. I'm guilty of doing it. But we shouldn't. Your kid says Why should I do some? They'll say just because I said so. Because you said, so why wouldn't you? Because you said, so who are you? What do you mean? Like, you're just, you're just a dude. Like, I'm just another guy a few years older than him. And a few years, I'll lose my mind. And he'll be much smarter than me. And then he'll tell me what to do. And

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I'll just do it because he said, So now that's how it works. The only one that you give up your will for is Allah subhanaw taala. Everyone else you have to question you have to ask you have to think, Lola and to me, it wasn't for you. We'd be believers.

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Of course, the other group doesn't give up easily. They're not going to say yeah, you're right. Wasn't for us. No, no, the other comebacks. The other company, it's a dialogue. It's a very scary one. You find it on the fly at least three or four times, you'll find in different different places and different wordings. It's very, it's a very interesting topic to study that Allah subhanaw taala reinforces for us, that you are responsible for your life. Take responsibility for it, make your choices, your free will is sacred. Treat it as such. Because your mill pa man, I don't care. Allah does not care. Who told you to do what? He's not interested in that point? You already did it?

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Because no, no, no, this person said that. No, no, you did it. Right. Okay. So let's, let's take that point. We'll talk we'll hash out that point. You did it? And of course, you're focused on well, because someone, maybe that's not I'm not interested in who told you? Did you do it? Yes, I did. Okay, and that's we're going to talk about and think about it when it comes to the way we raise our kids, and the way that we

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treat our own choices. We are often preoccupied with whom gave us who gave us the advice or who told us to do it, or whose order it was. Right. And kids get occupied with that. It wasn't my fault. He told me and then you try to explain to your kid No, no, no. What do you mean? He said, and he did? You're the one who hit him. Right? You hit him? Yeah. Okay. I not interested in who told you to and what provoked you? You did it. That's what we're gonna focus on. If they learn to do that, by the way, you know, you give them a head start in life, because that's what's going to feel is gonna sound like, because what you want to do is gonna sound like it's gonna sound like that. You did it.

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Okay. We'll talk about that. europei occupied by other things, that you didn't get that someone else told you that the context that the situation, the circumstances, the pressure is no you had, none of it matters. You did it, you have to talk about that now. And if you don't have that ready, if you can, you know, explain why you know that you did it and you're ready to defend it, then stop doing it. Whatever it may be, stop and immediately repent. ask Allah for forgiveness, and and seek help if you don't know how to stop, because you will not be able and no one will carry for you. Your father won't He'll run away from you, your mother will don't want to see you. Actually, the reason they say

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that parents run away from kids when there's no good relationships with the human because they don't want to give them so nuts. I don't think that's right. I think it's because of accountability. I think because when a disbelieving son sees his bleeding or disbelieving mother, they don't want to see each other because now the mothers like he could have probably tried to pin this on me. And I know I don't have time for this. I can barely I can barely take care of my own books. I don't have I can take care of what I did and what my kid did and then his kids until you'll know pm, I can't do that. So she runs and then they run away from each other because they're scared that they're gonna

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pin it on each other. You and I did something wrong together for a few years. I see the Omo pm I don't want to see you you have a Sedona home I see when I look away

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almost so it makes me see you so I can be reminded but then a runaway I don't want I don't want to be a fiddle another woman now he he I went away because because I'm scared that you make a mistake and told me I didn't want to do it. Actually, you're the one who made me do it. And then it start accusations and your clients filled with these with these dialogues of accusation. They're the ones who started they're the ones who told us he was the one who forced me. No one cares. No one cares.

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mind. And in my heart. No one can I now know Southern Air Command and Buddha were the ones who physically held you back and put obstacles for you finding guidance, but there is a combative after it was made clear to you know, we didn't do it. Bill Clinton, would you mean the actual issues that you were a criminal just like us? You were the ones who decided who liked what we said. You were the ones who clapped for me when I said it. You're the ones who nodded your head when I said if you all said no, I have no one to listen to me and that I would have ever walk away

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from this round, because he has a bunch of people who you know who supported him. No one can can run, run an evil. I need the country of if there's no population in it. You need people to clap for the person who's speaking. It's a two way street. It's a two way road. But quantum machines are the ones who you're the ones who lived a life of crime. You're the ones who decided not to accept this. We didn't physically hold you back. Shaytards gonna say the same thing. Human piano. Right is a long cold buffet line. If people stand up and give a hug, like I have to I have to clarify things here everyone. You know, to be clear, I didn't I didn't force anyone to do anything I just called and you

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came and I didn't. You could have easily said no to all of this. So stop blaming me. blame yourselves I have my own problems to deal with today. I've just there's a huge punishment waiting for me. I don't have time for you to come and ask me why I did what I did. You're the one who listened. It's your fault and your fault alone carry it except to accept the Accountable accept the responsibility for it. So of course the dialogues not done yet. According to the study for the weaker ones, they say to them, the ones who they followed are the stronger ones. But in macro Dalian and I love this this verse in the Quran because it's so it's very descriptive and it has a speaker

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is plotting Makara is for your plot. So for you to put a plan come up with their way of manipulating someone to do something that's what macabre means. It's never occurred to me that something's happening behind the scenes that no one knows about. That's not made me made public. It's not it's not clear cut. It's not honest. So they say no, no, that's not true. That's not true that we were moody mean and that you didn't hold us back. You guys plotted lady Linda Mokulele when the whole day and night and day, you are plotting night and day to try and manipulate the way we think and manipulate the way we pick up normally everything's made clear. Everything is clear. You'll know

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there's no there's nothing being questioned anymore. There's nothing of doubt they get to see oh, this would happen. Oh, wow. Wow, they played us look at all the lines look at look at all the drama, deceit. Look at all that, but it's too late. You're already played. The game is over and you lost games over and you were played. And they'll say but macrolane You know night and day you plot it against us you plotted to get us to manipulate our opinion and manipulate the way we think you've done what Orna as you're commanded us and look for our ability to disbelieve in Allah when Allah Who and and to make associates for him or to put equals to him Subhana wa Tada. Whenever you hear that

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nted or shriek or whatever here equals to Allah or soldiers of Allah don't think of the rock like idol. If you and I were living in the, you know, seventh century Arabia, then you would and you should, but today, it's not like that. When when a ship is done, it's not done based on an idol or if he's a rock, no one. I don't know of Muslims anywhere who are worshipping rocks anymore. People don't worship rocks. It's a different type of * that's happening. It's when you accept other people's work.

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reads without questioning the way you would accept the Word of Allah subhana wa Tada at that point, you've done it in a different form in a different way, though, because the only one that you will follow blindly, the only one who you will follow without questioning and without reason to it is Allah subhanaw Is that when he says it clearly to you, everyone else you need to question because you're going to be held accountable for what you do. It's your choice, and you have to be able to defend it. You have to be able to defend it. It's as simple as that. And it's as clear cut as that.

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You commanded Morona you're commanding us to not believe in Allah and you're giving us substitutes others to believe in maybe those others weren't rocks that could be human beings. There could be other references and other resources and other ideologies and thought ways of thoughts that you you saw as sacred and you didn't see the word of Allah to be more sacred than that and and you and you equalize them if you didn't even put that before the word of Allah subhanaw taala and your milk Yama, there's nothing you can say Munna but do they? Do they benefit? Okay, did they get the last word in this dialogue? The last word is for the weaker side. So the dialogue the debate is going

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back and forth. And the last person who gets to speak is the one usually the last person who speaks is the one who wins right though he wants to call us to you know, destroy the rationale the person in front of him. So what happens after they say that

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was terrible no matter what. They kept their regret secret. All of them. They kept their regret secret when they saw the punishment. They said because they're talking it both sides are talking. And then punishment is a great reason so they could see it. And they kept their regrets secret. They were ashamed and then what they didn't want everyone to see how regretful of everything that they've done. Whether the weak side were the stronger side, the ones who follow the followers, you know, the followed doesn't matter. Everyone at that moment will just keep that regret secret to someone that

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rewarded or punished with anything but what they've done. You think anyone's going to be dealt with to milk them or dished out something that he didn't do? Or something that they did not?

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Inflict and dunya? No. Just gonna get with the with what they've done. It will not help you. You'll notice when you come forward and say I I wasn't the leader. I was just listening. Oh, yes, another guy. I didn't have the knowledge. I didn't have the ability to have the status and have the strength and have the money. I didn't have this. I didn't have that. normal to me. That means nothing. That means nothing. It's just You did what you did. You made your choices, pay for them. So when someone likes like me sits around and talks, listen, but question everything you hear. And if what you hear if what you hear you don't like then then speak up or don't accept it or throw it away because I

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can't carry anything for you. We'll peel you can't go and say okay, by the way. You said this that day, and I did it and it turned out to be wrong. So if you don't mind, here's the you know the bill. I can't pay it. I mean, no, I'm not taking anything from you. Right and no one else will do either. You did it, you take care of it. So as long as you're paying the bill, make sure you order what you want. I'll give you the advice. I'll tell you what I want other they'll do the same and take advice from people but understand that you will know piano no one will carry it for you but yourself