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What I say to myself when wronged

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Ali Hammuda

Channel: Ali Hammuda

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Whenever I find myself battling against my soul really struggling to forgive somebody who's wronged me one way or another,

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I remember the heart melting words of the great Imam Muhammad Muhammad. He was persecuted by a group for around 17 years of his life. I'm talking about jail. I'm talking about lashing, talking about starvation. But when it eventually passed, he pardoned the overwhelming majority and he would see remarkable was Mother en foucha. And you heard about a hook a Muslim visa. How will you benefit if your brother is punished because of you? Mighty words from a mighty man? Can you repeat them? Can you act upon them?