Umrah and Hajj Special Event
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with some of the younger brothers and sisters, their experience of what ombre was to them, to encourage everybody to consider taking their family and doing this, it's a really, it's a very meaningful journey for sure. Obviously, hydrogen is, is much more profound and, and much more powerful, but it can definitely be a life changing experience as well for those who who do it with the right mindset inshallah. So to the brothers and sisters, I've been preparing this for a while, and I postponed it until now, because I thought the timing would be would be, it would be nice right before right before hedge. So I'll kind of go on a little bit until you guys are ready. That's
alright. Just as a reminder, so until they're ready.
Like Alicia, I will summarize for you what we have
where we are in the seat of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam and it's not I want to say it's a coincidence but it's it's a seed from Allah subhanaw taala that within his clrvs thoughts and we're also within his his final hedge and this is towards the end of his life, obviously, audio Sato so I'm usually whenever you come to the Faribault hedge in the federal sermon, you're talking a few highlights and then and then the CLB over. I the way I think we're going to do this is we're going to probably finish this, the CLO halacha go finishes life out is life story out of your sight to see them sometime within July because I will be on and off a little bit throughout the summer. And then
we will have a different events running on Saturday, like we'll have found family night, Saturday nights throughout the summer, on and off with the Halacha and then we'll plan to restart the car. Either we started in September, or I come up might come with something a little bit different. We'll see depending on what the comment what the popular vote or the popular opinion is regarding that and I'm happy to do to do either either or inshallah Tada, the provider has sought to assemble formed his final his only highchairs, if it's called the farewell Hyderabadi was was the only one that he did. And he did this idea of Saltos that I'm in the 10th year of his EULA, and it was just literally
three months before he passed away. And we have an abundance of stories from his high Jelenia salatu salam because of the number of people that that attended it 100,000 People were with him Alia salatu salam during this Hajj, she's a which is a phenomenal number, because we're you're talking about the seventh, the seventh century, and at the time, the number of people on the planet, we're only in a number of millions. Today it's a it's a number of billions. So we're literally 1000 times more, there's 1000 times more people today than there was at that time, and 100,000 people in as a ratio of the number of human beings on the planet was pretty high. Because was a very high number. So the
raw value sought to
was able to assemble this number with him during high school. Even though for the majority of his story, the majority of his life or the majority of his of his prophecy, he was working with, you know, 3000 maybe went up to 4000 That was the highest numbers he was able to actually actually believed in him. And then it all kind of changed in the last two, two and a half years of his life. And he his thought was that he performed his hygiene was bittersweet for him. I just thought it was a part of him knew that this was the end
of his life. Part of knew that this was the end of his of his prophecy and of His message. And it was he had not performed hygiene in many many years. He had not been in Mecca for a long time he yes he came from the hammock but that was very short and it was just for a number of days and then he left Alia salatu salam so this Hijjah him idea salatu salam was a homecoming Hajin he was able to go and experience the beauty of these rituals and teach us the monastic meaning he's what he said all throughout his high school the one name and seeker can take from me your rituals meaning monastic means the way to perform these rituals are you guys ready? So what they're gonna go go through
inshallah today for
a little bit of time they're gonna go through in sha Allah their their story of ombre and how in the monastic that they that they experienced and how they found Yanni their experience and I'm gonna Charla from the different different timings you'll find different different timings for all of them and, and there'll be some q&a, especially for the younger people if they want to kind of know about this experience and I'll be chiming in inshallah as well and there'll be a Kahoot at the end as well so so so I hope inshallah you enjoy the little bit of change of pace you're talking about. I'll give it I'll give it to you and
it's actually works really well so
Alright, a Salam Alaikum hope everybody is doing amazing today in sha Allah. So we have a little presentation Inshallah, on our camera trip there's three different parties who went so we're all going to be giving our collaborative experience in sha Allah and Allah Abdullah, my name is Alejandro and this is Abdullah and I'll let him go over the three parties and what we'll be sharing inshallah some Ico everyone.
So we had three, there is a bunch of people we had three different experiences for Amara, Brother Ali went with Brother Hashem here, but the output, they all went together
I was friends with a few other people. And then me and my sister she Han and sister Miriam. They all we both went with our respective families. So we're gonna give the 232 perspectives that we had with our experiences
Sharla So, the way it's gonna work, we're gonna go over our presentation, we have some pictures, we're gonna go over the stages of ombre, and each of our different experiences and then afterwards is gonna be a little bit of a q&a, where you can submit anonymous as well as just raise your hand and then we're going to have a Kahoot at the end, kind of like a trivia where if you've been paying attention, you will be able to win some prizes inshallah. So we'll start by Hisham going over the
Mecca inshallah sorry with Mecca. Alright, so, everyone, my name is Hashem and me and a few other friends. We went on a road trip on Christmas break. And it was really fun. And I do encourage everyone if you can go and do ombre sometime in sha Allah in the winter, don't want to summer. So moving on our first stop was maca. And here's a picture of us. Second day on after we paid Fajr
Yeah, yeah, we all looked like I had but anyways. So that's where we went. Mecca is a really nice place. Subhanallah once you enter, you do feel the presence of Allah subhanho wa taala. And it's just this really spiritual feeling that you get and words can't really describe it. And it's just a general feeling that I wish everyone can experience one time in their life.
So the first thing you see when you enter Makkah is the clock tower. It's very beautiful. It's very big Subhanallah
This is the tallest hotel by the way, and it's the fourth largest building.
Moving on. So Mecca is the city itself in general. And then within that there's the boundaries of the Haram which is within it is the Kaaba, which we'll go into details after and then after this sister Maryam sha Allah will go into details of Amara and how those two off and from starts. So
I'm just gonna discuss like the technicalities of the Kaaba. So once you enter into the masjid, and you kind of go through you'll see the Kaaba, it's actually recommended to make door up for pretty much anything once you see the car up or you lay eyes on the curb.
So the karbas Cube obviously made up of four corners, the Blackstone, the Yemeni corner that you had on the corner, the Syrian corner.
And then these are some like other like features of the crowbars. So there's a Hatim, which is like semi circular sort of part.
And you're supposed to sort of like do your throw off like around that part, you know, actually go inside.
And if you actually do end up going inside, then you're the law for that your turn for that is
invalid, but it is recommended to pray like to send up prayers there. And then there is the
the Muslim and that's like the area between the block stone and the door of the Kaaba. And it's typically where like doors also accepted as well. So it's like recommended to actually like put your chest hands and face against it, make any sort of door you want.
Kiswa is that block covering that like completely like, covers the Kaaba. And it's typically changed of like every like length of the ledger or the Day of Arafah. So if you're doing hide, you will actually be able to see them changing it, which is pretty cool. And lastly, there is Maqam Ibrahim, which is the translates to the station of Ibrahim. And it just sort of like this place where Ibrahim and a sedan when he was building the cargo he stood upon. And it's it shows like I believe it actually shows his like footprints as well. So
it's a pretty cool part of it as well.
Just to add on so someone a communist man. So when we went we had went with like a group of like seven or eight guys and humbled and last was a big group. And so we were doing the loft, we kind of split up we kind of got lost it wasn't the plan, but it happened. So me and thumbs up one of the brothers that came with us, we actually when we split up we actually got a chance to touch the area between the Blackstone and the law. And that was one of like the craziest moment just because it's hectic everyone's pushing and everyone's trying to get into touch it humbled me and Hamza were able to actually put our hands on there. We were able to please our chest because it was impossible to do
so. But we able to touch it. We may have lost our slippers on the way and lost the group but I think it was worth it.
That was after also, the first time you see the Kaaba because myself and I think like majority of other guys went in our group. It was our first time going to Home Depot or even being in Mecca. Like the first time you see the Kaaba, it's surreal like you're you're at a loss for words Subhan Allah. But one thing Shahana did tell us before we left is the first time you see the Kaaba, the DUA, you
Make as Mr. Jobs was accepted, so like a little life hack you can do is what do you see the cabin for the first time you say oh Allah accept all the rest of my daughter's going forward in my life. So that's a little point I looked at.
I did want to mention as a woman, it's much harder to touch the Kaaba or the Blackstone, I wouldn't recommend going unless you have like your dad or your brothers with you. Or even if you ask the guards to help you so from personal experience, don't go by yourself definitely go with a madam or ask the guards for help.
So now I'll be going through like the steps of Ramadan. So there's interest from off performing sorry, and then exiting that haram
Okay, so the first step is entering the Haram, though a haram should be completed at the Marriott. And the Mikado is sort of like these like points, sort of surrounding Mecca, where once you pass it,
you know, that's the point where you like your entity. So the first step is performing a hustle and then putting on your hat on clothes, which I've Darkman will demonstrate are some.
The Broncos are just basically like two towels that you wear around your waist, and you were on top. And this is what everyone sort of wears, or like the men at least wear when they're doing the
Yeah, so both pieces are the same length, he's gonna put it on and then I'll describe what he's doing, basically. So a good way to start off, you open your legs wide, because you're going to need to be comfortable while walking or fast walking when you go to say. And when you do that, you take one piece, you put it in, and then you put the other one over. And then you can bring a like a fanny pack with you and then start folding or you can just start folding right away, just make sure you're covering your belly button across the entire time. Some people don't buy it like this, they buy it with like an elastic inside to help prevent the tower from not falling down. And then for the piece
on top you take that you make and then you put it behind your back. You make one side longer than the other. You put the shorter side in first and then you put the longer one on top of it over your shoulder.
Just like that.
So one thing to note is that you're not allowed to wear anything well in the state of economics separate from Taos, just from that was nothing else. And then when you're doing the first three rounds of tawaf, you expose your right shoulder and the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam used to do that because there was a shot a sign of showing strength. But you only do that for the first time three rounds or you can do it all the way. But the most important thing is that when you pray you have to cover both shoulders. You can't pray with one shoulder up.
Okay, good luck. Okay guys for the demonstration.
Here guys, were the demonstration.
For women. Obviously we don't have to wear the Fram we just were loaded we normally wear just obviously make sure you're dressing modestly. You're wearing the hijab and either on eBay or Kmart.
But yeah, next step after putting on your home clothes, so once you reach them, you thought you have to make intention. So just make attention within your heart that you're coming to or from Amara and you will also pray to enough to nephila Salah.
So once you enter into haram you recite the Tobia Now does anyone know what the Tobia is? The chant that you're supposed to recite?
Vika long Lahoma Lubbock Lubbock less headache like a bake in Honda, like a nab the city but are now that luxury like like like almost luxury collect, Lubbock, Masha
Allah, Masha Allah, masha Allah so you recite exactly that as you travel towards Mecca until you see the crab. So once you enter into the state of haram, you cannot cut your nails remove your hair, um, you can't like kill or any creatures. This includes like insects. So if you see an insect like you're actually like an ant or whatever, like you can't kill it, which is really hard but just try your best and then applying perfume you're also not supposed to do that as well. So just one thing to add that the rule is you're not allowed to like intentionally cut or cut your nails, cut your hair or nails so if you like accidentally break one of your nails or like you scratch your head and
when your hairs fall out, it doesn't break your bathroom.
And just about to off, I was asked to talk about this kind of embarrassing, but yes, you might lose your will do when you make the loss. I lost it and he lost a group as well. But when you lose your will do that's completely fine. All you have to do is there's a lot there's a lot of will do stations across the Haram and so you can just leave make although and you come back and you continue to laugh. Now what's nice is you don't have to start over. So if it was your will do or maybe your six tawaf, you don't have to start over from the beginning. You can
back and you continue from the sixth one. So you do one more, and you've done all seven. And then after you don't have off, you would go over to your you have to suffer and get to do your say
sorry, and then we'll know what to often say.
So, like I mentioned before, like my thought is the like the sort of the points where like, once you cross it, you start making the intention to, to enter the state of haram and you're interested in Haram. So like, these are the points of my thought.
And then throw off. So obviously, you start seeing the Kaaba, like I said, Before you make dua, you can use that life hack that Ali mentioned.
So you make your way towards the marathon, which is like the sort of the place surrounding the Kaaba. And you look for the black stone, the the black stone corner, which is the place where you're supposed to start. And actually in the marked off, you'll see like green lights,
just to make it easier for you to like, see, and this is where you're supposed to start. So once you start, you raise your right hand towards the Blackstone, and you say Bismillah, Allahu Akbar, and you can start your like circulations and you make seven counterclockwise circulation around the Kaaba. So each time you like pass the block or you reach a Blackstone, you raise your right hand and you say Bismillah Hello Akbar.
You do that seven times. Once you complete that you're going to pray to raucous behind makan Ibrahim so you have to kind of like find out I know it's like really crowded but like his tribe does find that and then they took us behind a farmer butter him and drink some some water and then you make your way towards suffer to begin sorry
I just have a quick question. So there's under stations obviously across the entire home, but there's a specific diet that you say and drinking zamzam does anyone does anyone know the doubt
Yes, hola Manya said Oka and my nephew our company with ramen with a cobra Sudha you make when you drink some some water moving on to
suffer and Marwan which is called say a Buddha is going to take over and explain that
okay, so then after you're done your your seven philosophy would go over to head over to mount Safa. Moustafa and model whether there so if you look up on Google, it says mountains or hills, in reality to just like kind of little like incline a little bit. So it's not even like a hill. We can see it but it's not that high notice or noticeable. So then you there's a lot of signs posted as well as as suffered this way, model that way. So you'd head over to suffer. And once you get to suffer, you would go up to little hill, you look at the Kaaba and put your hand up and say Bismillah Allahu Akbar three times and then you can make a DUA and then after you do that, you would start going to
Mattila head over tomato Wha, this is between sulfur and Moto is about 400 different 50 meters. So once you do that seven times in total, it will be about 3.6 kilometers in total, you will start off at sulfur and then you would head over to Marwa on the way to suffer and tolerate tomorrow as well. There's areas that are indicated by a green light, a visual Next slide.
So as you can see here, there's areas that are indicated by green lights. Those are areas where the men have to hurdle or jog a little bit. So I kind of speed walk on it a little bit of a jog and between that area. And so that is heading off to some flight and then heading over tomorrow as well. You'd have to jog for a little short distance and hand over to the chairman who explain the significance behind software model. And why would you say
we're sorry, before he begins. I just like to add, it's a lot of people think that too often is a tiring part of what's going on. But this is actually at least in my experience, the more tiring part because you don't have shoes and you're walking on the hard road or like the hard tail. You're like running, jogging back and forth. And also some most time consuming part of Ramona as well. I will also add that women don't have to run so it's not as tiring for us.
Even though it does sound tiring, time will pass by and you'll actually feel it because as you're doing tough, and as you're doing say you're doing a garden you're doing along the way. So it's all just a habit that we're doing. And you won't you won't get bored as you're as you're doing it. So to talk about the significance of say
how Allah has Salam. He was the one who was the wife of Ibrahim Alayhi Salam. She was the one who was running between Safa and Marwa and the reason for that, who knows the reason for that is from Shannon zero, go ahead.
Yes, she was looking for water and when she when the water started coming out, she was like zoomy zoomy that's what it's called.
Job sums up.
And yes, on the green light that's where men fast walk because that's where Satan Hardrada said I'm with fast walk as well. There's also a that we say as we're doing this, who knows?
Yes, before Warham wa for Takara moto Jo was Tara and the katana will murder in Ireland in the current Allahu lazuli.
All right, and then after you're done your seven sighs between Safa and Marwa, it is the last stage of Amara, and that is the easiest step which is exiting the state of haram. To do so you would just have, so for the men, you would have to trim your hair or shave your hair. And then for the ladies, you'd have to cut off like a bow an inch of your hair. Now, this point was the point where I was most debating before, because I like my hair and I had a big afro before. And before we went shanann had said you can just trim your hair. And so I'm like, okay, maybe I'll just trim it. But then I don't get the full edge and not the full experience of Amara. And also what kind of encouraged me
was, as you can see all the Shabaab with us pretty much all of us, we did shave our head, and so it wasn't by myself. And so I kind of encouraged it. But what's really nice about it is once you're done and you cut off your hair, you're kind of like a new person. And fillings are refreshing, it's a new start, like all your your the newborn child Lola accepts from you and all your sins are erased. And it's when you shave your head. It's kind of like a new start and a new life. And so that was very fun. And it was a good experience. And honestly, I didn't mind my bald look for a while.
I'll just I'll just add on to that because everyone has their own different experience when they're going bald. So once you sit on that chair, and you see everyone just going in for like two seconds and Pakistani guy just comes in and he just whips it out. And then when you sit in there, it's just a complete different experience because some people take their hair personal and then they start crying when they lose it and stuff. But when you remind yourself that as for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada, you actually find it beautiful, and you just keep saying oh just for sake of Allah for the sake of Allah. And you actually do feel that you just completed a full on camera once you
completely shaved your head. Because I tried I tried both. I tried shaving it completely and trimming on time, shaving it completely, it felt much better, much more satisfying. Even though it doesn't look the best. This is still felt good and Allah and just to go back to the point at the beginning, so we went through Qatar and that's where we put on our Iran we changed before we left. But you don't actually make the new year until you cross the new caught by the plane. Some people change on the plane but it's too tiring to do that.
And then once you enter the cloth and you're in the ROM, that's when you can spray cologne you can't call your nails or anything. After you call your hair here you're done your eggs you're out of the setup from your fear more than free to cut your nails. You can go into the shower, the off the clothes, put on new clothes, but spend your deodorant, deodorant, strong cologne wherever you are after that. Here's a picture of us in the elevator. I think this was when it was Lincoln, because we didn't really see our faces before. But then we go to the hotel and you go up the elevator and we're all looking bald and like making fun of each other. It was it was fun. And then if you go next slide
actually, I was asked to include this I recorded my hair getting cut off as a seven minute video. That's how long it took to get my hair shaved off put a make quick time lapse, I've just no mercy just straight going down with the blade on with the razor just cut your hair off and that's it.
He didn't get caught maybe once or twice but one thing I like to add is that you learn to love things for the sake of Allah. So, for example, I'll Butera right now mashallah looks looks really nice, right? So
from a materialistic perspective, it does look nice, but if you look at a bald head from a different perspective, from a perspective of loving something for the sake of Allah, you will actually find more beauty in that bolt head after you've just completed ombre then the whatever is in whatever is in style or in or whatnot. Yeah, that's right. Like even with all my hairstyles right now, I would still go back and if I go to Amara I'll definitely shave my head again just because like that, it's not even the hair size but the meaning and why even shave your head in the first place that is mean beautiful and wise meaning meaningful. Also, this is just pictures from so this is probably after a
camera. So after camera your the cameras there and it just like a Masjid Al haram and you know you can go and pray. And here's a picture of after fidget as you can see it just crowded. This picture here is on the roof. So on Hamdulillah we paid other all five pairs with the Chateau with the Gemma and so this was fajr prayer we put on the roof it was beautiful experience because you wake up and it's December when we went so it was nice. It was a humid it was cool as a breeze. you'd wake up with our bald heads can feel the air and everything. And so we paid on the roof. I think that one we prayed that I was Fajr and then after that, you know
sorry, sir yeah. Yeah, not picture
was the last who was like, okay, that picture was because we separated from the group and we couldn't find each other. And so they had to wait for me and Hamza and they find Hamza and they couldn't find me and I couldn't find them so we ended up after waiting as though we found each other so it's kind of like
yeah, we found each other selfie Here we go. Before we went and bought just one thing to add from these pictures, it looks like very crowded and it is very crowded. But these pictures don't do it justice. When you're doing ombre, there's like 70 like 30 People just staying right around you like shoulder to shoulder so close you have no space. So it's really important to stay with like a group so that you don't get lost like in the group of people.
And also once you go to Umrah, you'll notice that Malaysian people are very strong, especially the ladies because they interlock their hands and they just walk the force and it's going to army and no matter what you do, you can get past them and they will they don't care they will stop for anyone. But just keep giving out the wealth and if you're in their way they will really shove you out the way like a bulldozer and then you learn that you know you need to be with a group and interlock hands and walk together.
Look mashallah Tabata? collartz amazing seeing all the different types of people from around the world and does it's amazing. Yeah, so we're gonna move on in sha Allah to Medina. So technically during Amara you don't have to go to Medina but like basically everybody does. You see the masjid and nebulae and everything. So we will hand that off to Hashem inshallah and he also describing Medina Yeah, so I asked to have known about this and he told me fantrax So the Sunnah was to go to Medina first and then you go to Mecca and then you go back to Medina again. But we had we did just want to Makoto and then after that, we went to Medina. Medina is a really beautiful place. I found
it more peaceful than Mecca. For some reason. It wasn't as chaotic was it as loud it was a really nice and quiet. So obviously, we want to measure the number we
Yep, and those are some pictures we took. So from the outside, it's also really nice. It's really spacious. There's a lot of stories, a lot of Plaza stuff that you can enjoy before going to prayer. And after going to prayer. The Masjid from the inside itself is also really cool. It has a lot of historic and religious designs. You can also find names of the sahaba. Britain in circles, which is also really nice. Also a fun fact about the tiles of the Haram in Mecca. They're they're white, and they're under the sun all the time. But Subhanallah when you walk on them, they're ice cold and you don't feel the heat on the floor.
And then this is the method of from the inside. As I said before, there's obviously zamzam stations all across as well. And you guys may find it weird that there's shoe racks inside, but that's fine, because you're not going to walk all the way to the gate to get your shoes. So they just keep shoe racks, each pole to keep it easier for people to find their shoes. I think we lost like what two three pairs of shoes. I lost myself or so but it's fine.
And also, there's also areas in the masjid where the umbrellas go down and you can
you can pray and it feels like you're praying outside which is also really nice.
we'll talk about Roald Dahl for a bit so Rhoda is the place between the house of the Prophet and Aisha the hustle promissory settlement of the law and between his member it's a small space. So there was a process of going into there, you obviously have to book it before and Hamdulillah we got the chance to prefetcher inside the router, which was really nice. And those are some pictures we took inside of there. So the picture on the top left is where they might add then goes up and makes the event. And then those are some pictures you took with the guards because they're trying to kick us out but they just took a picture with them. And then down there is a picture of the grave of
Prophet Mohammed Salah Hi Salaam and next to him is
the thing that I love about Donalda it's like any place that you step for you pray could have been where the Prophet sallallahu wasallam stepped or prayed or any other Sahaba of his time upon Allah. So it's just crazy to think, like, it's the most holy, it's a piece of paradise. It's called the Most Holy Place on Earth.
I did want to mention one thing about that, although the women's side is a bit smaller than the men's and we don't get the same view of the process at AMS. Great. We kind of see the backside of it. So that's something to keep in mind. So you're not confused when you go.
Yeah, I'll go on next. So next to the masjid Nabawi there's McWhorter. But yeah, the Batavia cemetery. And this is one of the first and oldest Islamic
cemeteries and anyone who dies in Medina is entitled to be here and the Prophet has Salah salem said Hadith about McWhorter Bhatia.
He will do Schaeffer out for 70,000 people, your monthly ama of the people who were buried
there. And those are the people who are going to be resurrected. Right after the Prophet Muhammad I sell him a book on Omar.
Just before we move on from my DNA, I want to say a couple of things. So first thing I see our chip had lots of plot twists to it. And so we had checked into a hotel, we go into a hotel room, it was right like outside, the Masjid is actually in the budget as well as like you You walked out and you swung right inside the Masjid. It was really close. But on our floor, we had the the head of the army from the Indonesian sides, like the Indonesian head of the army was on our floor. And it was he had the whole site and there was like security guards and like, military there. So it's kind of queasy every day, or every time I walk up from a hotel room. There's like two guards of big guys
holding an AK 40 sevens and just like staring at me, like, I'm just gonna go pray or something. But the thought like, you know, that was it was it was fun. It was good experience. They were nice guys afterwards, you know, talk to them here and there. They were nice. But it was just it was a good experience. It was a good story to tell. And also the reason I think me personally, a lot of the guys with us, we liked Medina more a little bit where we felt more connected, is because it's less hectic. So you're doing a camera, you're in your home clothes, and you know, it's like millions of 100,000 people there. Everyone's pushing, everyone wants to get close as much as possible to Aqaba.
Whereas when you go to Medina, you know, it's beautiful open land, and you know, there's a lot of space and hamdulillah so you can walk around freely do your own thing and no one's pushing, no one's shoving you from the back. And also it's very meaningful that the Prophet scrip is right there. So like you're praying, and literally like to your left as when you're praying when you're praying. The left hand side of you is the prophets grave and so let's have more meaning as really meaningful like I'm putting right beside the prophets grave.
So I do recommend spending as much time in Michigan nebo we as you can while you're in Medina, but I also would say visiting all the sites that are connected to the power sites Adams life.
When we visited those sites, I could hear shahada and Sierra like lectures like in my head while we were visiting and hearing all the stories. So, yes, so next slide.
So mi*. Koba is the first method that was built the process enemies to visit every single Saturday that he was able to, and whoever visits just whoever visits this method with Willow and prays there they get the reward of an aromatase so after having come from Mecca and completing an actual ombre you can get reward of the same by praying here with Google
there's also the combat front which is three kilometers of
streets with shops and food for spending time with your family and friends. I think that was my favorite part of Medina outside of Michigan nebo we we had a family friends that live there. So they showed us around and we ate and drank
and then there's Michigan liberal attain which is where the progress is delivered, we received the revelation of the changing of the Qibla from oxide to Macau. And just when you when you go into the masjid Subhanallah you do see that from the structure itself inside that the cobbler was changed. It's almost similar like where the fibula is right now they had the same design but and in the back so you can see that there was a change in the public.
And then there's Mount Hood, which is where the battle took place. So you're able to climb the archers mount. But right now, mount or hurt itself is closely you can't climb that. And there's also measured a herd and in front of that is the graveyard of the martyrs of that battle.
Yeah, who remembers the story of Oz with the head from Shannon zero? And what specifically happened there?
No, okay. What happened?
Okay, what I was gonna say is, so what happened is the archers that were on the mountain, they didn't listen to the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, right? And because of that, they lost the battle. And that's the that's the mountain where Khalid mo lead came from from the back end protocol heeded the attack.
One thing that, like she said, it's, as you're going through all of these places, and Mecca and Medina is like masala Shahana and Sita is playing through her heads. And we're watching some of his videos on Facebook and like, Oh, we're going here, we're going here. So just so fun fact that
so as I mentioned, there is the graveyard of the Shahidi of that battle. One of the notable ones was Hamza bin Abdul Muttalib. And there was also more I've been
no more I
must have been aware. So we took a moment to make them
After the Shahidi and when we went there
we also went to the sentimental fantasy farm, which is where the Prophet SAW Salem
planted 300 Day palms himself to free segmented fantasy from slavery. There's also more trees there now than there used to be. And if you look here, you see these little divots, so they have a really big water tank, which just kind of waters the trees so you don't have to go and water each single one it kind of waters itself, which is really cool. The security dates from this specific farmer are so good, like we left some of our clothes just so we could fit some back in our suitcase to bring it back. So
we also went to the heart swell, which is one of the preferred wells of the proper size alum. He asked that when he died that the water from this will be used to wash his body. He also used to make loot from this well and he used to drink from as well because it was really freshwater.
So now I'm gonna pass it on to ollie to give you a little bit of a blooper reel.
So a fun fact, while you're in Mecca and gerbil or hood, there's always stray cats like everywhere, and we just like to recollect at some point fives have their
their faces, but a popular destination for a lot of tourists after ombre is to go to Jeddah and that's what we did
just just our group. So it was a couple of pictures this is us at the Red Sea. This me and Noseda. And it was really you go in the water and we saw a bunch of corals it's really nice upon Allah
and then we met the desert and we went on these ATVs really, really fun.
And then we had
this is the tent we had. That's actually a real photo. It's not edited to meet our booty, we're just standing and then we're just waiting for like half an hour for the lady to strike and then as soon as it did, we took a picture. Yeah, so once we were we were in Jeddah we had the tents were in the ATVs and everything and then we're eating and then electricity went out and we're just pitch black and the desert late at night. So it's kind of cool that it was dark and then you just see lightning come up and a lit up the whole sky Subhanallah and then I'll go away and then like two minutes later it will come back again. And so I remember all of us standing there is literally like this we had
our phones out with a camera on at the sky like this just waiting for it to just lightning against we can catch on our phones. And and so 100 We got some pictures of it. And the food. So what we had over here, I don't think we had a picture but we had a sheep I think we got 24 kg sheep and we had on a spit rose on the fire for like four or five hours just turning until baking while we went on the ATVs and all that and then I met in LA there's my son he's like 10 Big guys here so we all finished in like hours left to his bones. But it was a good experience as different because over here you eat and you go like us by your poutine or whatever but like experiencing proper Arab food
was handled I experienced by itself. One thing though, that was fun. There's a lot of tourist attractions but we just came back from Medina. And like while you're in Jeddah you're having fun but you're just you just keep thinking about Medina personally. For me, Medina was the best part like it's so serene and calm. It's just like it doesn't really compare although it's really fun agenda and, and all that just Medina just has different vibes. And honestly like I agree with it, they're like we did a lot of stuff.
We did a lot of stuff and we went through different scenes and all that and my husband right there he will to my husband Mashallah. He really made our trip happen. If it wasn't for him, none of us we there's no story to tell, it would have been just, actually I don't know if I actually would have went with Amazon, because I would have forgot what to say and all that's all my husband was like a tour guide. So just like a locker for all that we have to give him a special thank you.
And yeah, with that, if you have any questions, comments, feel free to ask.
Because you can submit questions through there. If you guys are interested. And if Yeah, if I do it anonymously, you can scan the QR code and submit questions.
I see. Yeah, trick question. Who knows where Amazon is standing.
I heard it
the I heard it somebody said it. Yes. Very well. Yes. It's it's like a two and a half hour climb.
Okay, so you asked me about afternoon
off. And so arteria tawaf, you have to do you have to pay to like hide behind Muhammad Rahim. So they actually go back to the picture from the beginning. Can we go back second? Just explain real quick.
All the way back
okay, I'll explain some of how Brahim is it or even if he makes it easier, but I'm hombre him is kind of further away from the cabin itself. So I will make it the wife is kind of like closely Kaabah. And the further away the more and condensed are, the less condensed it gets and the less people that are and so once you get to like Makamba him, you don't have to be exact and macabre him. You can pray from humble him and anywhere behind it. There's a lot of empty space behind macabre him. And so you can just make sure that you know make sure you're standing in front of us MacFarlane, Brahim. And then the cabin is in front of it. And so there we go. Here's a picture. One
more. One way.
No other way.
Okay, well, yeah, so.
So there's actually border lines and dedicated space that they put over there. And then you'll be able to tell that you'll see people there praying to rock as after they're done, and they have like fencing around it and all that so it's not just chaos all over the place.
I guess running in the picture, but yeah, it's just behind Bible hombre hymns like empty space. Empty Space. Second, praying right behind there.
More questions? Oh, wait, wait pictures back. Okay, so
there is a camera. And almost everyone makes the lifelike closures like our best possible. So they all would be like here. And then you have other humans right here. So you have the whole heart and pretty much behind it like all this area here. So empty so you can pick a spot and just press make sure it's behind common Brahim. Thank you. Just one more thing even if the main floor is busy now they made like two floors on top of that as well. One of them is actually for
handicapped people, if they're on a wheelchair or something, they have a separate floor for them. And there's people who actually push them around if they don't have a family member to push them around. So it's not only this for there's multiple floors that you can do it all off that
Yep. Questions, comments, concerns?
Okay, so if we have no further questions Shahana and we'll take over for around 20 minutes and then the last 10 minutes inshallah we'll have
Charla Okay, so, we hope everybody enjoyed that maybe just a little incentive for you guys to bug your parents to take you to hombre not Disneyland. But Chawla, Jack Ma said, he's working with Nokia and a lot of people Nokia.
So that's just a little bit of a, especially for the younger brother and sister little bit of a taste of what you would you would get I lived in, in Saudi for 10 years.
And I live in Mecca, Medina, for on six and in Mecca for the remainder on three, three and a half something to that degree.
And for sure, for sure the my best memories are probably in my entire life is there, I would never left. I always look back and wonder why my parents decided to leave, I loved it, I loved everything about it. And definitely if you have not performed ombre before, or you have not done it a long time, that is for sure. Something that if you do, you'll definitely enjoy it. It'll be very meaningful to you make sure before you go, whether you're going for ombre or hydrogen that you get some coaching. You spent some time with someone who can explain to you what the monastic are about, here's why we did this kind of get a sense of kind of what what to expect and what places to kind of
go and visit and the significance of certain spots and significance of certain acts of worship because it's very meaningful. And it'll, it's a nice, it's a new beginning for many people who have not done before. So that maybe next
25 or 20 minutes, I'll go over a little bit of the farewell sort of the federal hydrogen profile is awesome. And then does it go hood at the end so you guys can kind of participate that in that as well. Yeah, keep on going. So
where do we stop is working?
Perfect. All right.
So the price of it is started and I talked about this last time. Last week. I think the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. There's a lot of we have a lot of iterations of how his hedge actually occurred because a lot of people watched it. And one of my favorite that I have is I'm sure I Eve and De Anza de and Abdullah had number of minerals so I would have been sure his father is driving Muhammad and his grandfather's Mohammed Abdullah and his great grandfather's Abdullah have now moved in the house. So I'd love it. I'm gonna also one of the known for hobbies obviously. So we have narrations from this where I'm what I've been trying is narrating from his great grandfather, and he
tells us that his father shall even been Muhammad went with his with his grandfather which is up
Love from Laos, and they performed Hajj and he tells us what Abdullah
did. And Abdullah would go do things I was able to tell him Hackaday also nanosuit Allah so I said these are the property of southwestern I would do. So he went to the PErforM tawaf and as they of course you start from
your last word and you start performing your block when he was right behind it. I looked at that I wasn't gonna now you should ask Allah you seek refuge in Allah subhanaw taala from enough so he said,
In the Samaritan, rasool Allah He said Allah saying if I do that I heard the Prophet I don't do it at this point. But they'll knock off up fellow if it
doesn't work. I've removed him as brother I booty kind of explained, is the small area between hydraulic fluid and the door of the cabin. It's not that wide. It's pretty alarming. I haven't lost came to it. And he stood there. Why da Okada? Hakka does an auto Sula. So I tell him, You do all these things. And he will tell it he would tell his grandchild this is what I saw the Prophet alayhi salatu salam do within within his Hajj
and during the Hajj. Ravalli salatu. Salam would you know it was a very sentimental one for him in many ways, the whole all the stories that you read, you find, you see the prophet Isaiah slotzo sentiments, and if you especially especially if you read the you know, all of these narrations, you find the money salatu salam in a state of profound reflection, if anybody has lied to us, and I'm very touched by everything happening around him. And I think the reason for that is not just the fact that
he was back home again. And this time, you know, things were different this time he would come back and then number of Muslims are much higher, and people were following and learning was also he knew in his heart that this was the last time he was never going to do this again. mean he was never going to stand in these minutes and these have shot and mashallah and it was not going to perform these monastic This is not something he's going to be able to do again. And I think for that, for that reason to him, this was a very, it was a very, it was a very deep moment, very deep moments for me salatu salam and he stood filters and and this was our quota tells us that he stood animals that
he went to them it doesn't matter. You swore to him during Hajj, and he stood there a poodle for a cup and why Salah mocha Osaka kadavu
It was Sandra who Why are they here? Adele Moto Z went on a Sony put his hands up when he put his face is his right cheek and his in his chest. biwako Oh yeah, because he stood there he was making dua and he was crying. And Uncle Bob Yeah, who are you to who for for Tara who called me I saw him and I just felt he just felt sad. Or the Allah who I knew
our hotel we began to sob for the poverty of sites that I'm sorry, I'm kinda not me. I'm not 100 discovered about Yes, Yama. This is the time for your eyes. This is the time for you to sob. These are the time this is the this is the right moment for you to cry, Your Honor. This is the right moment to do it.
During his hydrologist salatu salam the versus sort of NIDA was revealed to him was given to him. There's a Leo Mata committed to the community in watchmen to add equanimity will lead to raccoon will Islam Medina today is the day that I have completed for you your religion or your belief. And I have
fulfilled upon you my bounty I have accepted for you Islam as the faith to continue with until the end of time. And when this happened, say no because of the call the low honor began to cry. That Omaha pop saw him McLaren MIT will kick what is why are you sad? This is a time for celebration.
This is a time for us to be happy. The dean is finally complete. The balance is finally fulfilled. Why are you crying for Karla lacryma idle come early Linux right? Now you'll also realize nothing. whenever, whenever when any. At any time when something is complete. All that comes after completion is
the graph goes down. Never the graph hits the the peak it's there's nowhere to go. There's nowhere to go but but downwards from there.
This is the obituary of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. Ala Hapa was asked later by him by GitHub. They told him if we knew if we had this verse in our book, we would have made that day aid and yo McMurtry lacantina coffee if we had a verse like that in our own bouquet made for Karla Amara in the hide is a when the island Montana say that we're in an essay that I know exactly when it was revealed and where it was revealed. It was revealed upon the profit out of your Salatu was Salam Yo Ma Yo Ma alpha i j but annuity the hedge if you had Jetty Haley's sauce and was during his hide she was turning on or off I was that that's when this was revealed to him out of his sorrows. So it
isn't it is it is a need for us. I need to out often know how to are the days of our of our aid.
He was the audience a lot to sit on after only after that in their mind about children. You will sheeple and yet Dini day, Robbie Fuji, I am just a human being. And the messenger of my Lord is soon on his way to call for me and I will respond, I will come and he will say these things out of your salatu salam and so people understand what would understand what he meant and somebody
But wouldn't fully understand what he meant but he was referring to the fact that his his life was going to end quite soon. It is going through his journey through his monastic colleague of salatu salam. Yeah, the stories are many. I'm gonna I'm not gonna go through all of them, but I'll share with you. A couple of them. I just thought it was Ramazan. His name is Jamal. He was going for the jump right where Osama bin Zaid was biryani was was behind him and Villanueva was pulling via the camel. And they both had towels on their heads because it was so hot as they were going to perform their Jamara so they could see the the Prophet alayhi salatu salam being taken in that direction by
Osama and Buddha and on his way back, they weren't with him and followed up in our bus was with him meaning his cousin who was behind him, he would go with some people come back with other people teaching people how to perform these monastic and tomorrow inshallah. I will go through the the monastic of Hajj like I'll do a full review of Hajj. Today we did a review of ombre tomorrow we'll do a full review of hygiene. I'll point out as I go through the review of hedge maybe some of the stories of the Prophet It is thought to sometimes hedge as well as as an additional as additional information I shall look for you to enjoy. And on his way back with the formula that I've been
sitting behind him. People will come and ask him all the time out of your slots with them. And young lady came and start to ask him a question. So she's asking him and he's listening to the question, and he's answering and the lady. She's standing next to the young lady asking the question, and it is sitting behind him and he's staring right at her as the prophet as I said, I'm assuming the question. So as the prophet is getting the question, he puts his hand behind like this and he turns in the fold with my boss's head, do the right they looks at the fold and he smiles. I first met his father Friday oh yeah Lord Allah Maha Malacca and if you only daddy come at me I'm like why did you
do this to your to your cousin, Takada Shah but when Masha Allah He must shape one young men and young women I have to be always cautious of the shape line when something like this is like that. And I just saw this on the the epitome of I didn't turn to a publican and slap him or tell him I need to stay. He just took it that moved a little bit and just smiled at him earlier. So seminary also got the he got the message and he did this up in Barcelona, he allowed the lady to ask her question without being stared up from Allah. Hi, cyber Salam.
Probably the most important part of learning is hijab and Salatu Salam is learning the Farewell Sermon.
Okay, let's go and see if we can.
So when you go to the Javelin neuron on the mount of
the Lord Rama, the amount of compassion or mercy with an alpha, definitely something to do, I don't think I don't think I was meant to do that do you gotta go. So if you so if you go to my game farm he before I'm Amara, if you don't make sure you go to the monastic and make sure you go to Autozone was really fun minute and see and see these areas are important. Like it's, it's because empty during the time, outside of hydrous, there's no one there. I've played soccer and minute more than I played anywhere else in the world. So you can go it's very, it's empty. So you're going to learn you can see these these areas and kind of get a sense of the beauty of of what this place is.
So proud of it yourself sauce, I'm stood here. And he gave a talk about the homeless called the Farewell Sermon. And I narrated this many times in different in different settings. And he gave his sermon like at least six other times within the same package. And he gave it on the day of alpha. And he gave it on the day of the hunt, which is the day of Eid. And then he gave it throughout the three days at the shriek that came afterwards. And every time there was a group of people, he would repeat certain parts of this sermon, he didn't always repeat the full thing. But he would repeat a couple of paragraphs of the sermon, because he's talking to under 1000 people, there's no
microphone, you can only imagine that so many people are able to hear certain aspects of it. So every time he found a group, he would give a hot bath, and he would repeat certain paragraphs of the sermon. And that's why the sermon is narrated to us from all these different sources, because a lot of people who kind of pointed out in different wordings and different recollections of what he said on it. But the ideas are pretty much the same. So what I always do within CLI is I go through the his sermon audience throughout the Westerdam, because I think it's important for you to know it, and this is i something I did during university that I put the patch the sermon altogether, and
authenticated all the paragraphs, meaning I went back and figured out exactly in which books of Hadith they existed when they raided them and what level of authenticity not authenticated, all of it being the whole thing is authentic, like the whole sermon, all nine paragraphs are authentically you can none of them had like like authenticity going back to the Prophet earlier. So I was gonna put them together and I published it and it was I still have it written in my handwriting I hold on to that piece of paper. It's a little bit of a nice, it's sentimental, but the generally speaking there are nine actually there's nine and I put eight There are nine paragraphs. I think the last I
didn't consider there are nine paragraphs of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam sermon. So I'm gonna go through these these paragraphs with you. And I want you to imagine this whole hook by the way would take no more than seven minutes if I were to recite the whole thing. If I'm if I can speak quickly, if I do it quickly, I can do like three minutes but if you do slowly decline to seven minutes not a long sermon. It's nothing. It's not like as your muscle memory goes forever, no seven minutes, however, he was talking to 100,000 people so I two people on
horseback to people on horseback who would would gallop into the crowds? And then repeat everything he said out of his slot or something go a little bit farther repeat again. And because sometimes it'll be a question at the end of it, and they had to answer and then they would come back, and he would wait out his thoughts until that happened. An interesting point here, that is not I just I always thought that was kind of
stumped by this point, the two people on horseback one of them.
Once he died, Alia, salatu salam performed read.
One of them one of the people on horseback, once the Prophet Allah is on passed away, he left Islam.
What are these people, one of the person and one of the two people on the horseback that would go in and convey the message, once he got out of the slot was around, left Islam. And just made me always think sometimes, and sometimes just conveying something doesn't necessarily mean you're fully, you're fully committed to it. Sometimes you could be up front you can be it doesn't mean that you're safe, doesn't mean that you are no, it doesn't mean anything. It just means that you were granted by Allah subhanaw and the opportunity to be in a really good place. Either you take that opportunity, and you hold on to it or you don't. And this is just a story that I always thought was it was kind
of scary. Even though this person had the honour of conveying this message to 100,000 people, he still ended up losing losing it after the Prophet it passed away. And I always thought that was something worthy of contemplation.
He's standing on Jabril rahmati hustler to a sudden he's looking at 100,000 people in front of him.
site that I don't think he he, he hoped for he worked towards. I'm not I'm not sure he fully
even him. I don't, I'm not sure you could fully imagine out of your thoughts until he actually saw it. And then he was given this opportunity to address all 100,000 people in a moment of true humility and gratitude to Allah subhanaw taala as all generations put together, they start by saying, but for Hamad Allah OpenID, he started by praising Allah subhanho wa Taala and magnifying Allah spinalis he's really always hit on the histological so I mean, we don't take that for granted and we don't just jump from from it, he will spend time doing that and he is thought to Hamdulillah he might do who want to start you know, who want to study he will not mean will be he went to work
early, when I shadow Allah in the law, who was the hula Sharika? Why should I do and then Mohammed Abdullah, who are pseudo, and he would go into this long, Jani
continuation of praise Psalm, Allah, Allah, Allah before he began speaking. And that piece was meaningful to him out of his Salah to us and was meaningful to the people who were listening to him. It wasn't a lullaby for people to go to sleep during drama, actually had had significance. So you start and I want, within the time that we have at least I'll just share this the first paragraph, and I'll give you guys the Kahoot. Because the first paragraph isn't what I mean, the first paragraph has full authenticity, it's narrated by so many Sahaba, and so many people after them, that it has the highest level of authenticity. It's not one you see a teeny, it's this, it's full
certainty. And these words mean he went 100% said, this, everything else we have high probability, whenever you talk about authenticity of Hadith, meaning it's a high probability of 75 85%, that he said that on the hillsides or something the way that he did, the Quran obviously, is 100%. This piece of his hope about the first piece 100% He said, on the hillsides, and we have, we have overwhelming evidence that he that he said it that day. So he stood out as Latos. And he did this day of out of it this day of no harm. And he started his quote by saying, Do you know what day it is today with a drone that a human had? And then people would say, if someone would, you know, speak up
and say alpha or?
And he would repeat the question, do you know what day it is today? This is the geniusness of his of his, of his oration all his thoughts and his ability to as a public speaker, because everyone's everyone's talking and then he asked a question, What day is it? And they say it's, it's this and he says again, what day is it today? So that what day is it today? Three days, three times we all quiet down like he's gonna change the name of the date. They give an answer. He says, Yo, man, hold on. This is a sacred day. Is this this is a holy day. They asked again, do you know what month it is today? The answer he asked again, do you know what month it is today? After the third time Do you
know what month it is today?
And they say you've still hedger in these were scared maybe he was gonna change the name of the month of fire they shuffled on hold on Mr. sacred month. They asked you know what, land this is? Not you know what land this is? Three times he asked the question and they're all like it's it's Mecca. Akala Bella don't Haram is a sacred land, the sacred land. And then he said you had us, Allah in the Dima ACOEM. What unwelcome
are akin haram in moderation that we have he said it three times. Indeed, you're the sanctity of your lives and the sanctity of your wealth amongst you Alikum haram, meaning a sacred or a compromise amongst you holy and sacred government to make Omaha Fisher had equal MHADA
pee better. decompile Isla yo meatal corner of Baku is sacred amongst you. The sanctity of your lives and your wealth amongst you is as sacred as the sanctity of this holy day, in this holy month on this holy land, until you meet your Lord.
The sanctity of the lives and the wealth of your Muslim brothers and sister is as sacred, as though as this holy day, within this holy month on this holy land, you see all the holiness, all this sanctity just being piled up on top of each other. It's a sacred day to sacred month is a sacred land is coming from the mouth of the sacred himselves that Allah Azza wa sallam in his only hides. Imagine all the sanctity, all of his holiness is just overwhelming.
The sanctity of the human life, and human wealth is better.
Meaning your rights for me not to harm you physically, for me not to transgress against your wealth is more sacred than that.
Understand what he's saying to his thoughts, and we see all this activity, as he's telling them, You see all this holiness, the the holy day, and the holy night, the month and the Holy Land, and all of this is going on amongst each other, your rights amongst each other is more sacred.
Taking care of one another, making sure you don't harm someone making sure that the life and the wealth of the person beside you is safe, is more sacred and more holy than that. Then you would go on out of your thoughts and we wouldn't stop there. Yet, Ginny, John in Isla de what I'm alluding to Allah Who led him not even a father, or a parent should transgress against their child, nor their child against their parents. So it's not just a It's not just between people in general, even within families, even parents, even parents should not transgress against their children or children against their parents, girl Muslim and non Muslim haram demo home, while a man who who
everything about the Muslim towards his Muslim brothers and sisters is sacred, their lives, their wealth, and their integrity. Well, hello, no longer in Muslim elante been asked, it's not acceptable for you to take the wealth of another Muslim except that they're giving it to you with an open heart mean they want to give it to you. And then he would say Allah help. I loved him, I conveyed the message.
And then they would go up into the crowds repeating these words, asking that he conveyed the message. And they would all say Hola, Manam Hola. Manam. And then the whole crowd Allah Who? Manam Yes, we heard he would say Hola. Hola. Fishy to Allah be my witness? Well, I'll be most I told them. I told them that the sanctity of their lives and their wealth is more important than anything else, is more important than out of, indeed hedger, Ledger,
all that all that holiness is not equal to the holiness of what they owe each other. The sanctity of your life and wealth to me here is more sacred than Arafa indeed hedger on Arafa, with the Prophet alayhi, salaatu semanas. Last hedge.
And this is what out of all the moments of his life, how to use AutoSum This is the one I hope to go back and witness. However, the sanctity of your life is more is more important. It's heavier, it's heavier in the skills.
And that's why I said a little bit luck that I conveyed that message. Don't you start killing each other and ripping each other off and mistreating each other? You can't come back and say, well, he didn't tell us
because I saw some is worried your milk? Yeah, my son was gonna come. I was gonna tell him. Did you not explain to them? No, I did. I explained to them. I explained it all to them, but they didn't. I told them, I told them that all of the sanctity of everything they can imagine is not equal to the sanctity and the holiness of of the rights they have upon each other, their lives and their wealth.
So make sure even if others don't follow this properly, that you as a as a Muslim, do, okay. I'm going to grant you the ability to do the Kahoot. For the last six, seven minutes, we will continue. So the client is tomorrow. I go through monastic Hodge, if you're interested. Once I'm done, it doesn't take a full hour to go through all the monastic I'll explain them and then I'll conclude I'll complete I'll go through the rest of the hotbar the profit how to get started if you're interested in hearing it, and then we'll I'll explain to you and show the plan for the date for the night of Idaho which is Tuesday. So all