The Redemption of Ka’b Ibn Malik 01

Ammar Alshukry

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The speakers emphasize the importance of learning from mistakes and values in life, as well as the benefits of staying true to Islam. They stress the need to act as a reminder to avoid wasting time and emphasize the importance of not missing people. The speakers also emphasize the importance of avoiding false assumptions and acknowledging one's own weaknesses, as well as the need to be prepared for life's challenges and seek a better life. They also discuss the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle.

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hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah while it was so obvious and entertainment cathedra should they lie Hello Hola Hola. Hola. Hola Hola shadowing them Hamedan the Hora solo Serato Bo Salam, Hi, I'm about

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tonight in Charlotte Allah, we're going to be going over one of the great stories of Toba in the seal of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And it is the story of God who demonic called the lion who so I have a number of goals that I have outlined for this workshop. And I'll read to you

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what these goals are.

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Number one is to appreciate the companions and their lives. And what is meant by that is when we study the seal of the prophets Allah lightyear syndrome, we recognize that the companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam are not infallible. They were human, they made mistakes. But nonetheless, they were the best humans and they were the best generation. And so they're not so distant from us that we can't relate to them. But at the same time, they're better than us so that we can aspire to be like them and to learn from their mistakes and their shortcomings. Also, the second is to value the Sierra and its role to value the Sierra and its role in contemplating the Quran. What I mean by

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that is that you hear verses of the Quran

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all the time, and we read verses of the Quran all the time, these verses they had context, these verses, they had incidents, these verses, they had life changing moments for these companions, who lived through these verses. And when so, you study, when you study the Sierra, when you study the context of the revelation of these verses, the verses themselves will take on a different nature to you, you will appreciate those verses more, they will have a taste and they will have an effect on you that they did not have before. And I give you an example.

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These verses of Surah Toba,

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you are going to hear at the end of this program. We're going to play a couple of verses regarding the job of cognitive pneumatic. And if you've ever been present, and thought are we

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if you've ever read school as a Toba, you've come across these verses, I hope that inshallah to Allah when you live through the story of the redemption of God within the Malik in this evening, that when you hear those verses, it will be like you heard those verses for the first time. It will be like

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these verses will penetrate your heart and Sharla to it in a way that they never have before. Because of the context because you realize the context of these verses, you understand? And if that's the case, with regards to somebody who just decided to listen to the story, or interact with the story at a deeper level, then how do you think these verses affected the Sahaba of the Allah on whom who lived, the incidences that caused these verses to come down.

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And so there's a beautiful statement by the library, Mr. Little Delano.

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I'll do liveness route he says

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makhana Mustonen o mukana mankind iminco inconsistent failure standing up man at the mat for inhaler to an ideal fitna, he says whoever view is going to seek to follow anybody if you're going to seek to follow the Sunnah of anybody. Then follow the Sunnah of those who've passed away. If you're going to, if you're going to follow the footsteps of anybody, then follow the footsteps of someone who's passed away already. Don't follow the footsteps of the living. Don't try to imitate the living or be like the living why? He says for England, hey, lie to him and I don't even fit now. Because you don't know whether the living are going to pass their trials and tribulations you decide to take

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this person as your role model. And then this person is tested by fitna in the different forms that fitna takes in this world, and then you find that this person now is changed, or this person doesn't pass their tests, even Masuda saying if you want to be safe, then take as role models, the ones who have passed away, and you know that they've passed away in goodness. Now here's a quick pop quiz. Even Mr. Gould when he's talking about those who've passed away, who is he talking about? Which community is he talking about?

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Who are the early generation Sahaba because even Mazouz hobby so everyone who's passed away during his lifetime must be a companion also right? He says hola equals Habu Muhammad. They are the companions of Muhammad. That's what I'm talking about. And this disk

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Shouldn't that he gives up the Companions is so beautiful. I remember the first time I heard it, I was like, I need to memorize this description. He says kind of Allah he often had Hiruma I swear by Allah, they were the best of this ummah about who have polu been. Number one is that they were the best of this Oma. The second is he says they had the most righteous hearts. They had the most righteous hearts. Why McCullough Edelman and they had the deepest knowledge. You know what's interesting is that afterlife knows who does so per night precise in his wording, that he doesn't say that they have the most knowledge. You can go on Google. And you can get more information on any

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particular topic that many of us have been new. As far as acquired statements. There were companions there were Tabby II. They were people who came after the third generation who might have been able to combine and learn more a hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam than many of the companions. You know you have the most prolific narrator of Hadith Ebola Gilad who narrated over 5000 Hadith.

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Imam Muhammad memorized a million.

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Muhammad Buhari memorize over 100,000 these people came later right? Not only did they know the feeling of one companion, but they might have studied and know the Messiah ill and the issues and the fifth and the HDI that have many companions.

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But then I'm delighted Mr. Lutz say that they have the most knowledge yes or no.

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He says they had what?

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The deepest knowledge what's the difference? This is important. The deepest knowledge means that any if any Hadith, when they heard it, it penetrated into their heart and became a part of their actions and their life in a way that it did not happen for any generation that came after. Let me give you an example.

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I don't even know if he thought about the law and who he used to carry water.

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I his wife Fatima radula Anna she used to grain barley.

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She used to grind barley.

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They were both complaining to each other. It along the line who is saying that he carries the water until his back hurt. She is developing calluses on her hand from grinding the barley. I did all the Allah and who says to Fatima? Why don't you go and ask your father Rasul Allah Allah Allah Allah is Allah had. He has some some servants now? Why don't you go and ask the prophets, Allah Lysander for a servant.

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And so far the model de la Anna, and she's daddy's little girl, she's the beloved tourists who lost the light. So the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam loves Fatima so much that when he would come, she would arrive he would get up and he would sit here where he was seeing some Elijah send him where he was sitting.

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For tomorrow, the hola Ana, she asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for a servant

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam says no, by Allah, I'm not going to give you a servant and leave out Lucifer, who are Lucifer.

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You guys know,

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the poor people, right? The people who lived in the mystery of the province, the lightest of them, these people were people who are, for lack of a better term. These are people who are on welfare. They're sitting in the the public housing of Medina, the middle of the province, Elijah said to them and the Muslim state is spending on them. And Rasulullah sallallahu they send them a saying to his daughter,

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the daughter of the head of the state, he's saying to her, I am not going to afford you a benefit that I cannot give to the people who have the least in my community.

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I have to suffer. For Tomorrow the line goes home.

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That night idea to delight in who says that

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a visitor

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requested

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to enter into their home after they had laid down to sleep who was it? It was Rasulullah Salah lightest.

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And he came and he stood in between them as they were laying down. I don't know the law and who says I could feel the coldness of his feet.

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And then the Prophet sallallahu sallam said to them, Shall I not tell you about what is better for you than a servant? That every night before you go to sleep that you say subhanallah 33 times that 100 in law 33 times Allahu Akbar 34 times that is better for you than a servant. Anybody ever hear this hadith before?

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Okay, right. And I've told that so many different times. Now. That's not the point yet. Remember what the point is? The point is appreciating who the companions are. I didn't even know Taalib years and years and years and years later. He says, I never once went to sleep without saying so.

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Han Allah at hamdulillah and Allahu Akbar, like the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told me from the time that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told me to do that

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Makaha ailment they had not the most knowledge they had, what?

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The deepest knowledge, this is depth here, where you learn what I've learned, I've narrated this, I need so many times. I cannot tell you that every night when I go to sleep, I Say Subhan Allah hamdulillah love were 34 times. It's not about how much but it's about the depth. There's one person in the crowd who said,

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not even on the day of Safin. You know, whenever someone says something, there's always a person who wants to challenge it's human nature. So a person said to it along the line when it was a mutual Momineen at the time that he's telling us this story. So it's decades later.

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He said to him, not even on the day of sloughing, even on the day of Sofia,

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Sofia Safin.

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What was the day of Safin. The day of Safina was the day in which the camp of it met with the camp of Maui

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and more people died on that day.

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Then it was said that on the day of sloughi, and more people died. Then all of the Muslim casualties that had happened from the time we would have sold allah sallallahu Sallam until the day of Safin combined.

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You're talking about Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, you're talking about aboubaker and Aruba. Ryda you're talking about the expansion of aluminum to hotdog, you're talking about the expansion of Earth man, you're talking about all of these years.

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And the Muslim casualties in all of those campaigns did not equal the casualty of the Muslims on the single day of Safin earlier on the line who is walking amongst the dead. And he was calling out to his son and he was saying and I said, I wish that I had died before this day by cadeau Okada. I wish that I died before the day before many years, instead of having to answer in front of Allah as we did for all of these Muslims who had died because both sides were Muslim.

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Not even on the day of Sofia, and it will be Allah and who said even on the day of Safin, that night when I went to sleep, I said Subhan Allah 33 times at Hamdulillah 33 times and Allah hug with 34 times. So when we're studying Hadith,

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or studying the stories of the companions, it is part of it is to appreciate this because of the liveness earth continues and he says, Welcome to California, they were the least superficial fighting for we love them for the home. So recognize their virtue, recognize their greatness and follow them in whatever you can have Dean him well hello to him for a non con, I know who the Mr. team because they were upon correct guidance. The third goal of this evening is to recognize the importance of truthfulness and repentance and we're going to get to that and the fourth is the value of good company. Gathering the Malik is someone who is saved by his good company. All right. So

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without further let us jump right into the Hadith. And like I said, I am going to be stopping you, whoever's reading and we are going to together be coming up with benefits and when I mean by together I mean, you guys, so get used to racking your brain looking at each line really trying to analyze it and see where you where the gems are and where the jewels are. So who's our first reader

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and sisters I'm gonna need a reader from you guys. So get ready Insha Allah, go ahead. This will add

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up to love and cab who will serve as the guide of Cabazon Malik may Allah be pleased with him when he became blind narrative stop.

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So many benefits in this line.

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So many benefits in this line.

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He says I've to live in Cobb who served as the guide of Khabib nomadic may Allah be pleased with him when he became blind narrated

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What do you guys see as far as benefits for it from this line?

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Firstly, let's look who are the people narrating it

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who is narrating from who

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Abdullah, the Son of God Agni Malik is narrating to us the story so What benefit do you get from that right from the get go?

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What is the show you?

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father son relationship very good. In what way?

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father son relationship I'm dropping him off to school. Now listen, I'm gonna get your education. See you later.

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What's the father son relationship?

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Allahu Akbar the father is the one who's teaching him knowledge Abdullah

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is narrating from Cabernet Matic. The father is the one teaching Gabi Malik is telling his son Abdullah, this entire story and so the story is going to actually let me give you the chain. The chain comes from a lot of people Muslim body they all record this hadith very authentic. Their chain meets at a person who's a star from the tabular and his name is immense. You have a zooty it means you have a Zuhdi narrates from Abdul Rahman Abdul Rahman narrate from his father Abdullah Abdullah narrates from his father copy of pneumatic. So do you see what's happening here? It's not just Skyping me my lecture Abdullah, but it is Abdullah to also to his son, Abdul Rahman. So it is a

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tradition of father's teaching the son and you have as I need like that throughout Hadith where one father narrates to the other. So we have here the importance of communicating with your children and teaching your children. Here's another important point.

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We're going to learn that guy even you might have had children, not just one, but he had many.

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Abdullah is the one though who's telling us this story. He's the one who had access to this information. What do you see, that would make Abdullah someone unique amongst his children,

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whose blind God is blind, but who's Abdullah, that he would narrate to us.

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He's the one who's taking care of his father.

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You weren't expecting these many benefits from the first line, right?

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But Abdullah is the one who's taking care of his father when he becomes blind. And so he gets access to information from his father, that none of the other children do. There is a father there is a virtue there is a baraka

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to being in the service of your parents, we are going to learn also that Gabi pneumatic was wealthy, he wasn't poor. He could have had servants. And it is something beautiful to see even when you have a family that's very wealthy, and they might have servants and they might have drivers and they might have access to all of these people. But it is beautiful to see when even when they have those resources. The person who's driving the father around his who his son, the person who's taking care of the mother is who her daughter, she's the one we're gonna she's the one who's in her service. And when you are doing that, other than the baraka that Allah oz puts in your life. There's also the

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benefit of information, there's the benefit of, of learning, there's the benefit of the experience that your parents share their mistakes, then wanting to be better for you. And there is no one who's more sincere for you than your parents.

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shepherded. Bonnie Rahim Allah He was asked one time by one of his students, he said to him,

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she asked if you love someone for the sake of Allah, should you tell him? Now everybody knows the answer to that? What's the answer to that? Yes or no? Yes. shuffling around. He said something interesting. He said, Yes. But loving someone for the sake of Allah has a price. And most people are not willing to pay that price. He said, Do you know what the price is for loving for the sake of Allah?

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And then the students they all gave different answers. One student said, quote unquote, up to a moon Allah for Debbie Rooney, whom Allah He said, That's the right answer to a different question. No, that's not the the answer. Another person said, the sign of loving or the price of loving for the sake of Allah is that you love for your brother what you love for yourself? He said, No, that's one of the characteristics of loving for the sake of Allah. Another person he said this another verses that finally one person said, the price of loving someone for the sake of Allah is what are in Santa Fe hostel. In the Levine army No, I'm no sweetheart with also bill to to sob sob. And the chef said

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to him, you're right.

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What's the relationship between what also and the price of loving someone for the sake of Allah? He said, the explanation of that is, is that when you truly love someone, you will constantly what tawassul Bill Hockley, what was so this is where you will always be admonishing that person, you will always be telling that person, don't do this and do this. And don't do that and do this. And no, you should do this. And

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but the price of that is what is that when you have somebody telling you, you screwed up? You shouldn't do that. Do you want to hang out with that person? Is that somebody that you're excited about? Or would you rather just be with your friends who are like, Oh, that's going to be your major? Oh, that's a great major. Yeah, you should just totally do what you love.

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Even though that's not going to translate into anything in for you in the real world right.

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Now, the question is, who are the people who are most willing to pay that price?

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Oh, he's telling you what to do. You might be upset with them. You might dislike them. You might be annoyed with them. Who are the people who are most willing to pay that price?

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to your parents. Now why are they the ones who are most willing to pay that price? Because they are the ones whose love is the most sincere.

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They say a Sadako Mensa dakak Latham and Sadhak the Sadiq the friend is the one who's truthful to you, not the one who believes everything that you say including your own belief systems BS for short, or your own excuses. Okay? So that's line number one Don't worry, it's gonna go faster inshallah. Keep going.

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I heard cognitive, cognitive and Malik may Allah be pleased, narrating the story of his remaining behind instead of joining the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam. When he left for the battle of taboo, cop said I accompanied or seen the loss of a loved one it was Saddam, and every expedition which he undertook except the Battle of Tobruk and the Battle of weather. And as for the battle of buzzer nobody was playing for a meaning behind as Rasul Allah Azza wa sallam and the Muslims when they set out, had in mind only to intercept the caravan of the Quraysh. Allah made them confront their enemies unexpectedly.

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I had the honor of being with Rasul allah sallallahu Sallam on the night of Acaba when we pledge our allegiance to Islam, and it was dear to me even participating in the Medal of butter, although butter was more well known amongst the people than that, and this is the account of my saying behind the Battle of taboo, I never had better means and more favorable, favorable circumstances than at the time of this expedition. Okay, stop right there. So, Gabi Malik is saying that he did not participate in the battle, but that he never stayed away from any expedition with Rasulullah saw Salah except for better and for the book, as for but that he says it's because it wasn't expected.

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It was the prophet saw, I said, I was just going to intercept a caravan with Abu Sufian and Allah maneuvered the Muslims and the Moshe to gain for bedridden Cobra to happen. As for to book he never had better resources, and more favourable circumstances than at the time of this expedition. And by Allah, I never before possessed to riding camels as I did during the time of this expedition. So what benefits do we get from this?

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What do you guys see?

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Yes.

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He's not making any excuses from the beginning. He's not making any excuses. And he's being very sincere and telling us what he did. Or what he didn't do. What else do you guys see?

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I love it. I love him. I'm just looking at everybody. And they're just staring at the screen like this.

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Like they're hoping for something to just pop up. I love it. It's good. Keep looking. What else do you guys see?

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The first part or the second part? You want me to go back? I'll go back. Yes, it's there. I heard a voice.

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They pledged their allegiance to the province of allied you send them okay.

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Here's one copy of pneumatic is saying that he had like a 97% participation rate when it came to the battles with the province that Allah is.

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Right. A plus plus. Question is he's not telling us about a hood. He's not telling us about labor. He's not telling us about Fatima. He's not telling us about any of the places where he was.

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Which is the one that he's telling us about.

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Very good. He's telling us about bed that he's like I was excused from bed that we were all excused from there no problem. To book however, I wasn't there.

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Why is he sharing this with us?

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Who amongst you

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has 20,000 good deeds and 10 cents and you go around telling people about your sins. That anybody worked like that? Why?

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Ignore him he says when Allah as though did desires goodness for a servant. He places his sins in front of his eyes. Hatha you will Jana until he enters that person into paradise.

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The person who's always worried about their sins, their good deeds, they know Hollis I invested that with Allah. So I'm gonna see Allah Allah is going to multiply, it's going to be, it's fine. But my sins, that's what bothers me. That's what I worry about. That's what I'm always remembering. And if you're always remembering sins, what are you always going to be doing?

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Repenting to Allah as though you're always going to be making stuff up? And that becomes like a garment that you wash. The more that you wash it, the more what? You hope that inshallah Tada it's going to be clean. Then you have the opposite. You have people who their sins they completely forget about one cent today. 20 tomorrow. It's all good. The first time you meet that person. They're like, son, I want to come brother. I'm very lucky. Yeah, man. We'll lay this coffee that I just drank. It reminds me of the coffee that I had in Hawaii last year at Hampton I'm actually able to

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To go to hike every year, this is my 20th highchair and you're like do you want to tell me your name first?

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So why are you telling me all this stuff about you? Yeah, we built this measure that Hamdulillah 10 years ago you know the Quran school. I'm just like,

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don't worry your good deeds, they're there, right? But Allah azza wa jal

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is going to reward you for them, but a person being concerned about their sins now here comes the next question that comes from this. With regards to sins, are you supposed to share sins? Are you supposed to conceal them?

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Everybody knows conceal them. So I started with pneumatic, this great companion sharing with us

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a mistake that he made.

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Yeah, he says it is very right, he says so that people can avoid your mistakes and avoid your same pitfalls. So how do you how do you turn that into a principle? When is it allowed for a person to share since

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so if you feel that a person is going to benefit from it, right, the person who says to somebody don't smoke. I used to smoke 20 years ago or something like that. And Allah has allowed me to repent. When we have these brothers and sisters, for example, he used to be in the entertainment industry.

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Right? They used to be rappers or singers or whoever and then they repent. Don't they go from like measured through measured community community telling people their story telling people what they experienced, right? So that it becomes a source of benefit from others. But even then, it's something to be extremely cautious about anything else that you guys see. What else do you see from this?

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Okay.

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Very good. So he's from Baotou Ridwan, he's from the people a bit out of the blue.

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Okay. Very good. Another hand. I saw another hand. Yes.

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Yes, he wished he had participated. Okay.

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Yes.

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Did he regret I believe so? I believe he did regret.

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He did regret. Okay. The last Yes.

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A lot it for him.

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Very good. Okay. The last thing that I want you to pay attention to here is this last statement. And this is a theme that comes up again and again. By Allah I had never before possessed you riding camels. As I did. During the time of this expedition. God reminded me saying I didn't just have a cinco, right, I could have gotten into the book, I had to. I had one car, I had two cars, I never before had as much money and as much resources than I did during this expedition. The rule here to learn is that resources do not guarantee success. Underline that highlight it, put it after so great. Resources do not guarantee success. There are so many communities who they raise so much

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money, they say we're going to build a gym for the youth

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$2 million. Everybody put money in money when money or love you build the jet is beautiful, huge.

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And there's nobody there.

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It's empty.

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The resources are there. Well, what happened, what went wrong? If the resources are not met,

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with commitment will for that fight to succeed, that doesn't matter how much money you throw at, it doesn't matter how big it is how state of the art is.

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You know, there are so many beautiful massages that I've had the ability to travel to Hungary that this is not one of them, but absolutely empty. I call them haunted houses, just huge.

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Music facilities. Nobody there had to remember how Bob was one of the Greek

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administrative minds of his alma mater, the logical and leaders one time he's sitting with his companions, and he's a bit of money and at the time, and he says commandment says everybody make a wish.

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One person says, I wish that I had this room filled with gold, so that I can spend it at the path of Allah, reminding somebody magnet this room, this entire room was just filled with cash.

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I see you guys are smiling, but it's not because you're attending suspended for the sake of Allah. As long as How about the environment, they were intending to spend it for the sake of Allah. So he says, I wish that I had this room filled with gold. So I guess putting it in the path of Allah. I'm going to quantum system and make another motion. The next verse, it says, I wish that I had this room filled with precious minerals, diamonds and all sorts of expensive stuff, while for the same reasons that I did spend it in the bottom line. I don't want it for myself. And then finally, almost everything I know one of them says

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What should we wish for a lot of you ran out of ideas. And then he says, I wish that I had this room filled with men like overbaking rich ally, and I've got him writing you out so that I can send them off to the path of Allah

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What's the lesson here? It's not about the cash, it's about the human beings. It's about the human resources where you're raising, you're going to build a an infrastructure, that who's going to be the people behind your wound to power it, and pound it and make sure that it's successful. Gotta be reminded to say I had the rights. But he didn't have the Azeema he didn't have the intent. He didn't have the commitment. And so a lot of the body who didn't have a right, watch his feet until he catches up to a single muscle like yourself,

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okay, maybe there's a situation

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who's reading

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the America thinks that you guys have no voice and all this type of stuff. We're gonna we're trying to get y'all to read

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Bismillah.

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But I'm just expedition, who set out in extremely hot weather. The journey was long, and the parent was waterless desert. And he had to face a strong army. So he informed the Muslims about the actual position, so that they should make full preparation for the campaign keep going.

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It's back.

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And the Muslims who accompany

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that time were in large numbers, but no proper record of them was maintained. That further set, few were the persons who chose to remain absent, believing that they could easily hide themselves and thus remain undetected. Unless revelation from Allah had the exalted and glorious reveal relating to the Messenger of Allah. Allah is set out on his expedition when the fruit was right. And their shade was soft. I had a weakness for them and it was during this season, that messenger of Allah

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made peppers. Very good. So Zack, Allah says so the province of Elijah is sending him his normal habit of Scobie when you might access is that when he would go out on a campaign Number one is I would be very secrets and second is that he would throw off all intelligence by going in a direction other than the direction that he

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intends in the end, the eventual destination. But not only that, Goblin nomadic says this journey was so difficult that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told them from the beginning we're going TO to book to the Byzantine Empire get ready.

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God would be pneumatic says fewer the people who thought there was no record that was being caught their cap there was no documentation that was being made. He says few were the people who thought that they would be

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found out unless revelation came down. And then he had all the Allah on who says that the province the light is setting them set out when the fruit were ripe, and their shades were sawed. I had a weakness for them. And that's when the profits to the licen and began preparing. What do you see in this section here?

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What do you guys see?

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Very good. Guy with pneumatic is from the onslaught. What was the overwhelming trade of the unsought? What was their job? What did they do? What was their occupation?

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They were farmers, right? They were farmers. The Mahajan were the two jobs they were the tradesmen guy, boom, pneumatic is from the unsought he's a farmer. And so imagine you've been hard, you're it's time for the harvest, this is the time for you to to make the money that you've been investing for months and months and months. And this is the time where the Prophet SAW Selim says now's the time to go, I'm kind of even right he says, I had a weakness for them. So here we learn that the love of dunya will make a person absent from obligations.

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Before you look at Guylian mnemonic and you say subhanallah he didn't go to the Congress with Rasulullah sentimiento book, How many times were you at work?

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And the iodine is called for Salafi Juma. But you've just got to wrap something up real quick. Or you might not be able to make it this week. When Allah Allah says, Yeah, you have either a new deal of Salah to me when we first Allah decree law, whether old bear

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that's an obligation.

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But the love of dunya we're not doing it for a yearly harvest. We're doing it for $12 an hour, $20 an hour, $100 an hour, whatever it is, right, just a little bit of dunya.

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We sacrifice obligations. And it may be we don't know because we don't have revelation and the province of Elijah said them and all of these things. It may be that we were absent from an obligation at any point in time. And it caused the anger of Allah azza wa jal.

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And so the love of the dunya is something to be very, very, very, very careful of the province.

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From the light SLM, he says that there will come a time when a person will go to bed a believer and they will wake up a disbeliever they will wake up a believer, they will go to bed that night just believer, Joby rodina, who battled the middle dunya they will sell their religion for what?

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For a price of this world. Okay, so that is one of the dangers of the dunya

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also, something amazing that we're going to see again and again is the therapy of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam Kevin numeric says, the Prophet SAW said and told everybody in Medina to leave, we have to go.

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There was no documentation being made. There was no list. There was no registration that had to happen. Gaby Malik still says few were the people who stayed behind. It wasn't half of the city. It wasn't a third of the city. He said few, very few are those who stayed behind. And they thought that the only way they would be noticed is if revelation came down from Allah azza wa jal. This shows you the great therapy of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam that when he says move, the entire Ummah moved. What else do you guys see here?

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Just shout it out. If I don't see you.

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There reason why I'm doing all of this is because like I mentioned at the beginning, this is an exercise. It's something that is a muscle that you want to develop at lunch, we were talking about how Imam Shafi who was one of the great focal heart of this ummah, that he spent the night trying to extract benefits from a single Hadith, in Witcher and a cinematic says that he had a younger brother whose name was about roommate or roommate, and he had a pet bird and his bird died.

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And then the prophets of Allah sent him saw him in the street, and he sat next to him and he said, Yeah, about McFadden nowhere. He said, Oh, I will remember what happened to another. What happened to your bird? Imam Shafi said that he extracted from this hadith over 90 benefits.

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That was exactly what I narrated to you, even when Chavez extracted from it 90 benefits. Right? So but undoubtedly, he's a master at this, looking at texts and extracting judicial benefits or any sort of religious spiritual benefits from it. So what we're doing is that we're trying to not just read stories, but we're going to analyze and develop this in ourselves, so that we become people who pick up things when we read the text. What do you guys see?

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I also would set out in the morning to make preparations along with them. But we'll come back having done nothing and since myself, have means enough to make preparations as soon as I like. And I went on doing this postponing my preparations until the time of the departure came. And it was in the morning that was so long silhouette, and it was so long set out along with the Muslims, but I had made no preparations. I would go up early in the morning and come back. But with no decision. I went on doing so until they the Muslims hastened and I covered the deal of this.

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until they've been muscles hastened and covered a good deal of distance that I wish to march on and join them with that I have done that, but perhaps it was not destined for me. Beautiful. By the way, if there's nothing that you get out of tonight, if you have heard the story of Gabby Binney, Malik 100 times and every benefit that we're going to extract, you're going to be like, Man, I heard this already. I heard this already. I heard this already. I'm going to give you two things that you can benefit from. Number one

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is that if the only benefit you get is that every time you hear the name, Hamid sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you decide to move your lips and your tongue and say salatu salam and so for the rest of the night, you come out of tonight with having said sallallahu alayhi wa sallam 150 times 200 times Allah He you are very, very fortunate.

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The second is,

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whenever you hear anything, any reminder, any hope, but a lot of times what we do is we ask the wrong question. And this is something that I've found to be transformative when I hear a hold but it's not about people ask the question, as soon as they hear an AI or Hadith the question that they ask themselves is do I know this already? They hear a verse and they're like do I've heard this verse already? They hear a hadith I've heard this hadith already. They hear a story I've heard the story already. And so when they come out, they feel like they didn't get anything because

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I know all of this. But I believe that that question is the wrong question to ask. The question should not be do I know this already? The question should be, do I do this?

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And if the question then becomes do I do this, then every time someone speaks inshallah to Allah you will benefit because it becomes then a reminder where they can for in a declarative meaning. Allah says remind, because reminding benefits the believers, man, I really did.

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Forget To Say Subhan Allah Hamdulillah 33 times every single night. So you know, I'm going to try to do that already. I forgot that, you know, perfecting your will do for example, and making a particular ticket after you will do in the most basic things, you will find incredible benefit because the purpose is not collecting a lot of information. I need to I need to learn more. But it's about acting upon what you know. Okay, good. So the province satellite is setting up set out in the morning to make preparations. What are some of the lessons that you got from this section here? What happened to Khabib pneumatic in this part?

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Yes

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it wasn't

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it wasn't meant for me to go very good. Very good. He realized that it wasn't meant for him to go. This is him coming much later. And by the way, there's a discussion that happens which is when is it allowed for you to use other as an excuse? Because he says perhaps it wasn't destined for me. So is it allowed for you to use that as an excuse for something that you didn't do? Or something that you did do?

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When is it allowed to use clutter as an excuse

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Okay,

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when you prepare and you do everything that you're supposed to do and then it doesn't happen you say about that Allah Masha Allah I tried to get to the masjid for Aisha, I got a flat tire on the lip of that Allah Ma sha Allah insha Allah through word of all of this right? Now Gabi Marathi. Did he do everything that he was supposed to do it on the line? Who? Absolutely not. So the scholars they said that it is allowed to use other as an excuse when it's in the past?

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Not when it's in the present. So somebody said for example, you say to her, or you say to this brother pray, or you say to her sister pray and she says it's not destined for me to pray, you know, make dua that Allah destined for me to pray and you say, no pray, and then the other will have happened. It'll be destined for you to pray. Right? But what about in the past? What about someone, for example, if someone blames someone who says, you know,

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I thought you grew up with Donald hijra, everybody became a Howard was you didn't become a half as what happened to you?

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Then you say, God, Allah and Allah as you know, not only did I not become a harvest, but I was like the worst kid ever.

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And he perhaps that was my destiny. Allah Azza yet wrote for me this route, and it becames this becomes like a consolation for the person. Where do we get that from the prophets of Allah they sent me he says that Adam and Musa debated each other. And Musa, I didn't say I'm said to Adam, Adam, you ate from the tree and you expelled us out of this dunya you expelled this out of genuine you brought us onto Earth? And then either my they said, I've said to Musa, do you blame me for something that Allah azza wa jal wrote before such and such?

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Like Allah azza wa jal wrote it, what do you want from me. But the point being here is that they were all discussing it in the past. Nonetheless, I just wanted to throw that out there because of what you said. But nonetheless, we could definitely what we know is you cannot use that as something to make an excuse for the present situation or the future. What else do we have from this section?

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Procrastination? Very, very good. So goblin Malik here, this is classic procrastination. Every morning, he's going out. I'm gonna go, I'm gonna go. I'm gonna prepare. I'm gonna prepare. Every morning. He's coming back saying I can do it tomorrow. I'll do it tomorrow. I'll do it tomorrow. You see. Now the danger of procrastination is that when you procrastinate, you know, when you read on productivity, you'll find that they'll you'll come across this where they say that all of your actions should be divided, or they can be divided into four quadrants. Quadrant A is important and urgent. That's the paper or the final that's due today.

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It's due at 3pm. And you're like, Man, I gotta work on this. It's important and it's urgent. The second is

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important, but not urgent. And that's like the paper that's due in two weeks. It's the business report that you have to submit within two weeks. It's the tickets that you have to buy within two weeks. It's all important, but it's not urgent. The third quadrant is not important. And urgent. That's your friend who's calling you one time after the other. You got five missed calls from your friend, you answer the phone, they're like, Hey, do you want to go eat?

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It's not important, but they're making it urgent. The last one is not important and not urgent. That's checking Facebook 20 different times.

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All your social media just checking, checking, checking. It's not important, it's not urgent. Now, their suggestion is for you to have.

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be productive that most of your items if not all of your items should be in which quadrant

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important and urgent, important and not urgent, urgent and important.

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What's the last one? Not important and not not important and urgent? Which one?

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Number two, which one is that?

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important and not urgent? That's the one. Because if you're living your life and important and urgent, everything that you're doing has to be done today today. Did they did he do now do not number one, you'll be very stressed out but to you or if any mistakes happen, you fail.

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Your report is due at three o'clock. Exactly. You send it to your professor at 259. And then you realize instead of send you press Delete

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now you're in a disaster, right? There's no room for error. There's no room for failure. That's very stressful and it opens up a lot of room for failure. And so gobbly Malik continues to delay and delay and delay until it goes from important and not urgent to important and very urgent to failure. Okay.

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All right now keep reading.

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After the departure of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, whenever I was out, I was grieved to find no good example to follow but confirmed hypocrites or weak people whom Allah had exempted from Washington fourth for jihad, or some of them are Sula solo. They have seldom made no mention of me until he reached him book while he was sitting with the people in that book. He said, What happened to COVID when Malik a person promoted, Salima said, Oh yeah, Rasul Allah, the beauty of His cloak and the appreciation of his finery have detained him upon this boy live in Jebel. May Allah be pleased with him had admonished him and said to a civil law, some of the holiday was set up by Allah

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we know nothing about him but good. Rasul. Allah was always Hello said, however, he kept quiet. Excellent, very good. So now the scene shifts. One you have kept in Medina, he's saying I'm walking around in the streets of Medina after everybody left and all I see are two categories of people hypocrites, who everybody knew were hypocrites or to people whom Allah azza wa jal had exempted, the old the weak, the sick, and then the scene shifts from God being in Medina to the province of Elijah is setting them in the tents and the province of Elijah send them says my father can't be pneumatic. What happened to God pneumatic so one man from Benin cinema says he will Allah He was, he was

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delayed by the love of wealth and his clothes and all of these things. And then why didn't he give it says to him? No, y'all rasool Allah, ma I didn't I mean who Allahu Allah The only thing we know about Gabby when he says to me the man bit similar quality system what an evil thing you've said, yeah Rasul Allah The only thing we know about God we really Malik is good. And that also Allah Selim keeps quiet. What benefits do you get from this section? What sticks out at you?

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Yes.

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The beautiful manners of mine named exhibit Moran even ejabberd the Allah and who is not surrendering his brother. You know, I was just reading yesterday in even Kodamas book Moses, I mean hydro Pasadena and he says one of the rights of your brother he mentioned seven rights that your brother has over you. And one of the rights that he mentions is he says that when you in your brother when your brother is mentioned

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of your his rights is that you defend them

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because the province of Elijah is sending them if people are backbiting your brother or sister that you defend them because the Prophet saw the light I sent him says and Muslim are called Muslim Leia Halima Hua Hua Zhu who Allah you slimmer. The Barbra Muslim is the brother of the Muslim the sister of the Muslim they do not surrender them. And he says if you just allow for people to back by your brother and sister then you surrendered them. And you don't surrender your brother sister. Okay, very good. Why did we develop the law and who defends Khabib pneumatic in his absence? What else? Yes.

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Why did the province little lady sit and stay silent?

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Very good. Is that a question or what? Okay. Why did the province of Senator stay quiet? Why do you guys think?

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Very good. Very good. Why do you think the province was suddenly silent?

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He's affirming what Maya did. So he say silent.

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He's not choosing either side. One guy said something and the other guy says something and the promises and I'm simply being quiet. Yes.

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Allahu Akbar. Very good. What a master leader is Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam 30,000 people

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to book guy with pneumatic is not there.

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The province the last set of notices his absence. How do you think that make us feel?

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Important

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it and Rasulullah Sanam carne de vaca does harbor the Prophet sallallaahu Salam used to miss his companions, brothers and sisters, there are people right now. Right now I don't even need to know the community of who I don't need to know anything because it's just every community is like this. There are people right now who you have not seen since Salam Oban

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and the only thing that stopped them from coming back to the masjid is just that nobody has actually missed them yet.

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Nobody's missed them.

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If you were to simply call that brother who you saw on Ramadan, if you call that Sister, you saw it on Ramadan, and you're like, Hey, Sister, where are you been?

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Shipping like, man, she might tell you what she's been up to. She might have not been up to anything. She might have just got caught up in the dunya like people do like we all do. And all they're waiting for is for somebody to just reach out to them and say, Hey, man, why don't you come back?

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We're doing this on Friday. We're doing this on Saturday, come through. That's all they're waiting for. The Prophet salallahu alayhi salam, after one of the battles, all of his Companions would go and look for their clan men. You go look for all of your family members, you go go account for your family members. Right? They didn't have the Facebook feature to declare yourself safe. When something would happen. They would all go and search for each other's family. Everybody goes look for their family members. That was the system when everybody came back. Are you missing anybody? No. Are you missing anybody? No. Are you missing anybody? No. Are you missing anybody? No. I'm missing

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Julie be

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awesome. It was sentences that I'm missing. Do they be do they beep his story is so beautiful. I encourage all of you guys to go read it afterwards.

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Your baby brother Milan who has a companion who is so short, his name comes from the word jilbab. Just a small guy who didn't have any tribe didn't have any anything that will gave him social currency in the community. He didn't have it. The province I sent him went on his behalf and got him married. Do they be able to the line and went into the battle with the province Senator when nobody Miss Julie be the province of Elias and says I Miss Judy beep. And when he found you they beat killed he went and he buried him with his own hands. He placed him into his grave with his own hands. And it was said that Julie we've never had a pillow that was better than the arms of

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Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, but the Prophet Celeste in the midst people. Everybody felt that their presence mattered with the Prophet salaallah is in a very good point. What else?

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What else do you guys see?

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The man from Buddha said Hema, okay.

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Very good. So the Prophet SAW said, kept quiet between the discussion that's happening between Madame Egypt and the man from Selma. Very good. What else do we have? Yes.

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So very good. So the province of Elijah has been quietly sending a message that this is unacceptable. It's not an acceptable absence.

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Is that that it could not be?

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Yes.

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Okay.

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To conclusions, very good. So the prophets, I said may not necessarily have known what to think about God, but actually, he just left it up until you received way.

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Very good, very good, beautiful, beautiful point. He says that kind of demonic, he didn't feel good when he walked into the streets of Medina and found that everybody who was around him was a hypocrite.

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He didn't make him feel okay. And so this teaches us a lesson also, this is also something to underline highlight, which is people who have healthy hearts. And by healthy I mean spiritually healthy. They are not comfortable being in the company of those who lower the standard of Islam.

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People with healthy hearts are not comfortable being in the company of those who lower the standard of Islam. What do I mean by that? Say for example, my arm or save for example, this microphone if I can. Okay, can't so my arm right here.

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Say this is the standard of Islam, right? We are all commanded to hover above this. This is fulfilling the YG but we don't dip into the Mohammed we are all commanded to hover somewhere here and to ascend as high as we can. Right. Now, when we dip below, as inevitably we do khulumani Adam Hapa every one of us as a sinner, we are then commanded to struggle to float back up right. Now, there are some people who hover down here, but they continue to hover down here. And climbing up is exhausting, or it's difficult or it's tedious. And so what they ended up doing but they're not comfortable being below the standard. So what do they end up doing?

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They end up what?

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No, they don't put themselves in better company. What they try to do is they try to lower the bar

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so that they're still above the bar, right? Lower the bar

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So who said the hijab is wider? Who said, Show me in the Quran where it says that? Who said that drinking alcohol is haram? Who said that? Who said that? I can't have a relationship with a girl. We're just friends

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and stuff? Like who said

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exactly, Hadith I don't really believe in a hadith in the first place, right? You see the bar is being lowered and lowered. Why? Because you're not comfortable. Right? All this talk about Jahannam and somebody that I don't want that to be for me, but at the same time, I don't want to do all of this work, and climb up here and change myself so much. And so kind of nomadic teaching, teaching us that if you're okay, you're you're healthy, your heart is pure, then you're not going to be comfortable just being in the company of people who who are like that. And the second lesson that we get from this, is that this kind of pneumatic know who the hypocrites sir are, or does he not know?

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He knows. And this is important, just in case you come across this question. And I've known people who came across it and it's like something that you come across every randomly every like 10 years, with someone who says to you, Well, how do you know who the hypocrites are from the companions? How do you know that Abdullah Muhammad was a hypocrite? How do you know that a Buddha you know who narrated 5000 Hadith? How do you know he's not a hypocrite? How do you know that? No, Sidney Malik wasn't a hypocrite. How do you know I shall wasn't a hypocrite? How do you know?

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How do you know these things? You don't know the hypocrites are?

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Yes, we do. You don't think the Sahaba knew again and again and again? Weren't the hypocrites exposed again and again? And again? Don't you think those a hobbit knew who was there at budget? And who was it? Don't you think they knew the third of the army that went back with up to live you baby Saloon in Ohio? Don't you think they realize who are the 1400 that were at bet I talked with one. Don't you think they realize who were they at who stayed behind in the book again and again and again. Who built Masjid did all that Allah as we just said, do not pray there ever.

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Again and again and again, the hypocrites are exposed. Every single year they're being exposed. Let's Halbertal the law. Even if they did not know every single person in detail, maybe they knew generally who the hypocrites were in the city of Medina. Okay, and that's important to understand. The last thing that I want you to pay attention to is that we talked about the manners of the Prophet sallallahu sunnah, but what about the matters of Khabib mnemonic? He mentioned to us the name of one companion and he doesn't mention the name of the other why?

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Very good. One person has defended him. So he wants you to know who he is. The man from Bhanu Salema

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said something about him that wasn't really defense and so caught up in America saying you don't need to know who that is. Right? And this shows you the other of the Sahaba of the line whom as well.

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Okay, sisters, I need a reader.

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Characters Malik for this said When the news reached me that messenger will last a lot and I was on his way from to book I was greatly distressed. I thought of fabricating and excuse and asked myself how I would save myself from his anger the next day. In this connection, I sought the counsels of every president member of my family when I was told that the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was about to arrive, all the wicked ideas vanished from my mind. And I came to the conclusion that nothing but the truth could save me so I decided to tell him the truth. It was in the morning that messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived in Medina

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Cobley micro, the Allah and who he says very good, godly medical biller and who says When the news reached me that the messenger of allah sallallahu sallam was on his way back from to book to book didn't even end up being a battle. There was no battle there was no campaign, the prophets of Allah sent him turned around and came right back. So now kabhi Malik is is caught. This is going to be something difficult. So Gabriele de la Anand says when the news came back, I thought of making an excuse. I talked to every prudent member of my family.

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What would save me and then when I was told that Rasul Allah said him was about to arrive, every wicked idea vanished from my mind. And it was in the morning that Rasulullah Salallahu Salam arrived in Medina, I want you to go back in your mind to a time when you committed a mistake that was so big, but at the same time, you weren't going to be able to hide it at all. You actually had to go the next day and face that person who you had made that mistake with. It might have been your boss, you had to go fess up it might have been your parents might have been your mom or your dad. It might have been your spouse but it was somebody it might have been a judge. But it was somebody that you

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had to go the next day and you had to go face. What was that night like?

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Sleepless right. Pretty difficult night.

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We're going to see the conversation that Gabi with the medical Delano had with Rasulullah sallallahu sallam. But first, let's get the benefits from this. What are the benefits that you have from this section?

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What do you see from this section?

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What's that? What's the best way?

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The truth? Very good. The truth is the best way. How so?

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They all vanished from his mind. Now, here's something very interesting that I want you to pay attention to God given the Malik great Sahabi of Rasulullah salam from the beginning. He was there. We said he wasn't a budget he was at every other campaign. Great Sahabi a little sooner allah sallallahu sallam, and now the Prophet salaallah alayhi salam is returning. And I have to believe that from the time that God took the first pledge of allegiance with Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam that he never ever imagined once that he would be planning to lie to the prophets, Allah light is in them.

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And he said that something that even we would ever anticipate. Could you even yourself Imagine lying to those who was sitting there planning to lie to us from Allah Azza wa sallam? We couldn't imagine that for ourselves. How could God imagine that for himself? He says, I'm imagining inventing an excuse.

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Now what would make Khabib pneumatic plan to lie?

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Hmm, was was okay, we know it's shaytaan. But what what made him what put him in that position?

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Hmm.

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The fact that he had no excuse for his for his absence. And so what we need to remember, we need to remember here is that

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sins

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are many, but their cloak is always the same. The cloak of sins is lying.

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The sin that is usually the most paired with every other sin is the sin of lying. And so if a person wants to rectify themselves, one of the quickest and surest ways to rectify yourself is to just avoid lying the province of lies and it says in the civil DLL bill in Alberta, Adel Jana, the province of Christendom said truthfulness leads to righteousness and righteousness leads to paradise. What Jaco Mulcahy and beware of lying why because lying leads to scheduled and unscheduled lies leads to the hellfire. When I have the ability to lie, then I can I can do whatever I want. Because I'm just going to come up with a lie afterwards. You see. So

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gob of mnemonic is thinking about lying.

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But he doesn't. He talked to his family members, they're all helping him come up with this elaborate excuse or what have you. Got to be reminded says when the Prophet so I said to them was about to arrive, all of these ideas vanished from my mind.

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What made these ideas vanish from his mind?

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He died I mean, Allah tofield Allah Allah azza wa jal is the one who made these things disappear from Allah Asma from McCabe's mind, what does that mean? That means you said Betula Ludhiana. armano

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bisacodyl Savage, Allah azza wa jal gives the bat meaning that if a person is sincere with Allah, then in their greatest moments of self doubt and difficulty, Allah azza wa jal will support them. Because Gabi pneumatic was not a munafo. God with pneumatic was sincere, but in his moment of difficulty, Allah azza wa jal made all of those ideas what vanish and he gave him the harm he inspired him to tell the truth. What else do you see? And that is the importance of doing good deeds. Now. The province of Elijah Center says bad there'll be that Miley fitna Dr. Elaine in Muslim, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says hasten to do good deeds now.

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Before feet and touch down like a dark night. A person will wake up a believer and they'll go to bed a disbeliever person will go to bed a believer and will wake up a disbeliever if you want to make sure that when the when the when the going gets tough that you're able to be of those who get going. Make sure that you invest now that you invest in your Quran and your Salah and your sadaqa and your righteousness you're in love with Allah azza wa jal now, so that when the fitna hits

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that you have enough invested to carry you through, you don't try to be righteous when the fitna hits That's too late. Except home Allah as we did protects What else do you guys see?

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Take a break.

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What is the what else do you got?

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Let's see from the section

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yes

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very good, very good. So contemplating something is not the same as doing it. And in fact if a person contemplates his sin and then they don't do it Allah azza wa jal records it for them a good deed.

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What else

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was that?

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Shura he did shoulder with his family very good. Making sure that this his case shoulder with his family wasn't something that helped him a lot. Right?

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Yes.

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What else?

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Okay, I see that you guys are hungry so we'll take a 10 minute break and draw that out and then we'll come back and we will start immediately with the conversation that God we've pneumatic had with Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam.

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Please help yourself with some snacks. They'll be serving you and some pieces