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Daood Butt

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This talk was given on April 2, 2017.

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That's what smart people do.

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Sit down Sit down. No one touched my table because you guys always mess up the

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start putting you in the corner.

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You start touching the table.

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Find your brother. Tell him the batteries are dead. batteries.

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Okay, watch the mic, hold the mic as

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they run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run.

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I'm gonna get started inshallah, while we're waiting for the microphone to have some new batteries. I don't want to waste any more time.

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I'm gonna ask for the parents, whoever's children, if you see your child is here in the front, can you just make sure that your child is not one of those that constantly grabs and pulls things? If so, then maybe keep them with you. Or if I can get one adult to sit in the middle to be like our floor monitor that would be perfect. Okay, cuz a lot of things tend to get messed up while we're doing things that we don't want any wires, cold recordings to be messed up, etc. Parents adults know.

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So because the two of you were talking in here that the batteries are dead and we're getting the batteries right now you might

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sorry, because you're talking. Alright, so if I can get a parent or an adult to sit here and be our floor manager anyone

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shot a very good shot. It's intimidating. All right.

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Good. I'm sorry, I do not give you permission to hit anyone.

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need your permission

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today? Can everyone hear me Can you hear me?

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Did you can hear me? It's because you're talking.

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That's like we proved the US and he's still talking.

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He's like he can hear you like us because you're talking.

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Can you guys hear me? You can hear good. Everyone in the back in here. Perfect.

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Okay, so today we're gonna do this story of Prophet

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Yusuf and his father who is his father.

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Prophet Yahuwah his son I'm very good. We're gonna start with Prophet Yahuwah Allah has sent out other than

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other than what we know from pseudo user with regards to use of and his father, Prophet Yahoo, but

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other than that, within the Quran, there's only a

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few verses that actually teach us about profits the Apple Valley has sent out. Now in order for us to learn about the two of them, what we're doing is basically going through the story of profit use of

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his son.

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Okay, so in order to learn about profits capital is

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when you fall asleep.

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So other than within super user, there's only a few other places in the forum that we actually learn about profits Yahoo. Now profit Yahoo is the son of who

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is the son of which profit?

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No, no.

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Profit is very good.

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Okay, so he is the son of profit.

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Profit is have had two sons. And we learned this, you know, most of them we learn from the salami dx from the traditions found in the Bible or the Jewish and Christian traditions. Now he had a twin brother, who is his twin brother, the twin brother of prophets.

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Does anyone know? Yes?

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No, not this scenario. Is anyone else? No, I mentioned it last time.

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Last time, yeah. No, not you, sir.

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No, Larissa.

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Okay. All right. And so the two of them, they were brothers, and they were twins. And they used to fight amongst themselves as it they used to fight, they physically fight, but he was jealous of property. Okay, when they were young, he was jealous of his brother. So his mom told Yahoo to go and live abroad.

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Go to one go and live over there. And when you're living there, you know over some time your brother he will lose that hatred that he has inside of you. And that's because

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he felt that his father loved ya more than he loves him. Now you see some kind of about how this transforms into the story of use of them and his brothers as well. So use of his brothers there was jealousy between the two between them. And also Yahoo. And his brother, there was jealousy between the two as in his brother, his twin brother felt that is hot. The father loved the apple more than Menzies. Okay. And so the mother said, you know, go into somewhere else for some time, it might be saying Arabic and

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her book is eating right. absence makes the heart grow fonder. And so so kind of what his mother told him go away for some time, when you come back, your brother You know, in trouble, everything's gonna be fine. He'll he'll love you again, like a brother, and he won't feel jealous and want to harm him. Now.

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He went away for approximately 20 years. And he got married, he had children, and he moved back after some time. And when you move back, you realize that his rotor was no longer jealous with him. And his brother did not have that hatred against him anymore. And in fact, some kind of love, they ended up living very close knit with each other. To the extent that their father was still alive is half out in the sun was still alive. And he died after that happy knowing that his sons got along eventually. Now you see in front of you here, the security checkpoints, why do you see that there?

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What does this remind you of?

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airports? What happens to a Muslim in an airport?

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You don't know.

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Someone here said random security checks. Why do we randomly get checks inside of an airport as a Muslim? as a Muslim?

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Yes.

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We're not going to say that out loud yet. But that's

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a young little girl. So she's saying because and I'll say it out loud. And they think that Muslims are dangerous people. I'll say it in a nicer way. Right? And so some kind of Army dangerous people. No, we're not. We're very nice, very good. People. Shout if you're doing a terrible job.

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Go sit down. Sit down.

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We noticed we go through airports or when we're in public

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areas where people notice that we are Muslim. We usually feel out of place.

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He was gifted

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with what?

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What was he gifted with?

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His beauty, the prophets, Allah tells us that the beauty of music

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was half of the world's beauty.

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Beauty in the world kind of way you can think of whatever you think, you FEEL are beautiful, and

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so much more than all of that. And so it was some kind of a kind of lesson with beauty. Therefore, I'd like to share this with a

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Muslim kind of blessed us as Muslims, as well. And that's why people stop us. They want to get to know who we are.

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There's no that comes from the Muslim, the person who's connected with a lot of cameras, and it was a natural norm, and natural beauty that comes out of us, even though the person may be really mad. But other people will see them and be like, oh, wow, this person is really interesting. Let's walk them to get to know who they are. And that's why they ask you for your passport, so that they can get to know who you are, what your name is, where you're from your nationality, etc. It's just a joke.

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But he surprises me, he traveled a lot. And his brothers also traveled quite a bit. And this is one of the reasons why we put this up there.

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Okay, hold us accountable to Allah says with regards to the story of user IDs, and he says that this is from the best of stories. What's your favorite story?

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As these children What's your favorite story?

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What's your favorite story? Really? You know the story do? You do? What's your favorite story?

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Okay, the story.

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Okay, what's your favorite story?

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The story of

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the story of property, Rahim. What about you?

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You have the book and you liked the story of a

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very good.

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How many of you know this story that's called Harry Potter, raise your hands?

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How many of you know this story? It's called Batman.

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avatar.

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All these interesting stories out there. In fact, we want to know about those stories so much, because the whole world makes this huge fuss about it. While at the same time

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is the story of use of a setup. Why? Because it tells us what it tells us about dad, it tells us about sons or children. It tells us about traveling. It tells us about land. It tells us about being a leader. It tells us about being a child, it tells us about dealing with our brothers and sisters or our siblings and so many other things, you

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know, if that's from the best of the stories, we need to know look at how we can learn from this story.

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Gary used see use of it in the center. The story begins with him going to his father.

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And he tells his father,

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he says

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all my dear father,

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I saw 11 stars, what shows and the sun, one cover and the moon.

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And he says I saw all of those. I saw 11 stars, the sun, the moon, or at least

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I saw them and they were making some rooms in front of me.

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That's really interesting.

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We don't know.

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Unless we have that dream because there might be a problem for us, right? But somehow he sees that in his dream and he tells his father he says, I saw this in my dream.

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Now, his father he tells him somehow not to keep this dream to himself.

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ready to move to the next slide. He tells him to keep this dream to himself. Why? Because

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he had the ability to interpret dreams. Do you know what it means to interpret a dream?

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Who does not know what it means? Raise your hand if you do not know what it means to interpret a dream.

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interpret a dream is

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something that might be harmful.

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Dreams, dream, interpretation of dreams, interpretation of dreams, when you see something in your dream, you know what it means?

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You know what it means? Like you see yourself in a beautiful house. And you wake up and you're like, why am I still in this?

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lose a swimming pool in our living room, I

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walked out the front door and I didn't see Paula's Honda Odyssey, or his Honda Civic, or Toyota Corolla. I didn't see that outside the door. As soon as I walked up, I saw this beautiful brown pony. And then he was amazing white Arabian horse. And then I got on the washroom, I started to ride the horse through the trees. And I noticed Baba has this massive garage out in the middle of nowhere, and it's filled with Ferrari.

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What does that dream me?

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dreaming, it means something. But there's certain people that can tell you what that dream means. And that's permissible is not ugly, so long as that person is capable. And we know that they actually have that knowledge. Now, not every single person will have their dream interpreted. In fact, we should not be people that look into having our dreams, told to us, by us it is and he goes to his wallet. And he says, Dad, I see this is my dream. What does it mean? His father doesn't tell him what it actually means. And his father doesn't tell him what it actually means. But what he does tell him is to keep this dream to himself. Don't tell your brothers, because your brothers, they're

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gonna want to conspire they're gonna want to do something against you. And that's because your brother's it might be a little bit jealous. And so use of them, he listens to his father. And that's why you see in front of you, as you're going down, what's the dirt on him or her. And so his father, he shows him this kind of as someone who's good, someone that likes someone that becomes popular, people naturally get jealous with that person.

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Is that normal, of course. And you'll notice that people will try to defame that person will try to make them look bad. They'll try to make them feel bad. They'll try to even talk about them and spread rumors about that person who knows people simply because they're jealous of them. And that was

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sort of what Yahoo was worried about with regards to use.

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Now, his brothers took him out one day after they went to use their father. And they said, You know what, we want to take us up with us. We want to go out, we're gonna play in the fields, we're gonna run around, we're gonna enjoy ourselves, but

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don't worry, everything's gonna be fine. We're gonna look after him.

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Their father, he was a little bit worried, because he knew that his brothers, you know, they were very.

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They didn't always want to sit down, listen,

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behave. They always wanted to do what they wanted. They didn't want to listen, or being told what to do. They wanted to do their own thing. But at the same time, very jealous of us. They felt that their father loved us more than he loved them. And so they wanted to take us out and do something bad towards him. What did they do?

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Yes, yeah.

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Very good. They took us out. They brought him out to play. And when the time was right, they found a well, they put uses in the well, and they lowered him down to the bottom of the well. And that's why you'll see that they were trying to cut the cord. They were trying to sever ties to cut off the relationship with them broker. Is that something permitted is done.

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Are we allowed to do that?

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What is the ruling is ethically on cutting off relatives.

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intentionally for no reason. What is the ruling on that? Are we allowed to do it? No. So is it?

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Is it

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something that's just like? Is it just like? Yes, it's like is this is actually something that you're not allowed to do if

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you guys love chocolate.

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If you sit down after we're going to give you want to be a good boy

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to cut people off. Now what nuisance brothers did was that they put him down at the bottom of a well, and they were planning to get rid of him.

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Before they put him down.

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They went and they

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they take the blood from the wolf, and they put all over the shirts.

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And they go back to her father, Yahoo.

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And they show him the shirts. They say here, this is the shirt of you. So we have some bad news user was out with us.

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True.

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No, it wasn't true. We know that.

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They've lied to their father. And they made him feel really bad. And that teaches us as human beings that we're not supposed to lie. And the more we lie, the worse things becomes for us, right?

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So we should stop whining anyone here who is just stopping lying? Nobody's gonna do it. Okay. Anyone here Who does? why sometimes?

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Because all we're doing is jumping from a difficult situation.

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worse situation, and we don't want to be punished by a wall. Right? Right.

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We want to be punished by a wall. No, we don't. And so somehow, we need to make sure that we do one of the most common ways to handle blocks. No use us alone in the dark, is in the middle of this little forest inside of a welt. No one really knows where he is. The caravan of people pass by is a group of people they're traveling, they're going back to Egypt, and they pass by.

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And they book their bucket down in the well to try and get some water out of the weld. And when they pull it up, they realize there's a boy hanging on to this bucket. Who is it?

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Right, so they pull it out of the well. And when it comes out, they bring him back to Egypt. And they sell him on the market in the markets because a slave

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was sold as a slave

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is a little boy. But that was the plan of philosophy.

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Now, you see in front of you, it says hope and trust, ultimate justice, Syria, and so on and so forth.

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And the reason why the Syrian fight is there, and it just says, just as a reminder, because there are people on earth who are going through really difficult situations in life, whether it's in Syria, or in Burma, or if it's on the sky, or you know, different parts of the world

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that are suffering.

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All Over, people are going through hardships and difficulties, just make use of

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difficulties.

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When he was alone in the dark, always turned to a loss of kindness and an ask a walk to help and to see those people that are alone in the dark in their countries around the globe.

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Now we look at the pain of the father who's the Father

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who

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is in pain is suffering and struggling with himself because he knows that his son is lost and is really upset with his other sons because they got really abusive.

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Now I'm not going to go through all of the details from now until the end of the story because there's a lot of traveling back in

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coordinate between the between the brothers abusive and Egypt and so on and so forth, right going back to their father. But we see there are lots of parents and indicates to us that the Father, yeah.

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And this is what happens, children pay attention. When we do things to upset our parents. It hurts them so much. To the extent that things start to happen to them sometimes what happened to the father with his use of credit?

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When he was in pain?

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He was upset. Very good. What else? You are the answer? Yeah, you're

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very good. He became.

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He was so sad

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that he started to lose his eyesight. You know, sometimes people were really sad. And then their hair starts to fall off and they go bolt. That's why they were up on their head to cover the bald head, right? Or, you know, some people get really sad, and their hair all turns white. Or some people they get really, really sad. And they become very depressed. And other people, they become very sad. And because they're sad, they get really angry. But he uses his father. Yeah, he was so sad that he started to lose his vision, his eyesight, he couldn't see, after so many years of worrying and wondering where is useless, where is useless? When is he going to return. But he knew

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that there was something good that was going to happen to use various tools.

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Now, here's the thing.

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He ends up living in the house of one of the ministers of Egypt.

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And the minister,

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when he was away, his wife liked

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she liked us. So she tried to get closer to us to get to know us It

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started trying to talk to use

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and use according to Sam, because he because you knew a lot was watching. And because he knew that a lot was the one who would punish him if you did something wrong. He said,

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I don't want to get him involved in a relationship with you. I don't want to talk to you. I don't want to get in here. You

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know, somehow, this is a lesson for all of us. Many of you go to school, right?

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How many of you go to school, whether it's University, elementary school, high school, college, a lot of us go to school, right? I know some people a little bit older, they don't want to say that.

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A lot of us go to school or even University. And sometimes boys try to talk to you as girls. And sometimes girls try to talk to you as voice and they say, Oh, you know what, let's just be boyfriend and girlfriend, no one's gonna know our parents aren't gonna

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remember, a must.

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Even when your parents don't know, a lot knows everything that we do. Everything that we say, and everything that we think and everything that we view inside of us.

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And if use of any cell was in that situation, and he was known to grow to the profit or loss,

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then definitely something like that could happen to us. Now the last line there is absolutely important. It says seven under the shades.

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There are seven categories of people that will be under the shade, they will be protected on the Day of Judgment. One of those categories is a person who when someone else comes and says,

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girlfriends,

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right, they rejected, they say no

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time, and they turn around and walk away and they leave. That is one of the categories of people that will be protected and be shaded. It'll be under the shade. When it's really really hot on the Day of Judgment, they will be protected by a wall some kind of noise. So that's absolutely remember that intense quiz.

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Okay.

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And don't live in

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what we learned here, so I'll use it.

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He's captured. He's brought to Egypt. That's not where he's from. He lives inside the house of someone else. And because the life of the minister wanted to get to know him better and he refused. The minister put us

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in jail. No, it would have been in prison.

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No, while he was in prison, he met some people. He spoke to some people in trying to teach them about Islam, as in relieving and also can avoid submitting to a lawsuit

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But there was something that happened to him. The King at the time saw a dream.

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And use of because he was the son of the apple. And in his setup, he inherited from his father the ability to interpret dreams.

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So when these people in prison saw dreams, they will ask you, sir, and one of them he was released, and he was working for the king. And when the king had a dream, he asked the people around and he says, Can you interpret this dream, and one of those workers who used to be increasingly with us, so he said, I know someone who can interpret this dream, he can tell you what your dream means. So he went, and he asked to use

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and use if I told him to drink.

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And because he did that, use, if I didn't send them eventually was asked by the king to come and meet him. So he went to me, you came, and then the king released him from prison. And he made him the Minister of Agriculture. Why? Because you understood his dream so much. He knew that from the dream, there was going to be seven years of goodness,

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we will have rain, we're gonna have produce, we're gonna grow corn, and we're gonna grow different vegetables and fruits. And then for seven years, there was gonna be hardship. And we're gonna need to ration that food off for seven years. And then after that, there will be another year of goodness.

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Give me seven years of hardship.

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The lollipop

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is released from prison.

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Agriculture, because he understands what's going to happen in the next 15 years. And so he's given a position of status, no use of credit.

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He's approached by his brothers,

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his brothers come to Him, they need some food, they don't know that it's useless. They go back and forth. They're constantly asking for food, and so on and so forth. And that was the plan and then lots of awesome.

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And then I will sit down.

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And then then you'll see now

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Don't believe him.

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He's overdosing, he's overdosing

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you want more you are?

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Here, you sit down here.

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Starting to get home.

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to

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plan something for use of a loved one to use it to go through hardship. You want to use it to be inside of the well he wants to use it to be found is by people who are travelling through the city, or they're traveling through forests. He wants to do so for them to live in house and the he wanted use of it the setup to go to prison almost wanted everything to happen to use it. That's why when people ask why you did all these things happen to us. And why is it that you know, his brothers were being accused of stealing something? It was because he was a fan of a lawsuit?

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We look at the heart of the parents.

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The heart of the parents is very big.

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Parents will always forgive their child, right. Parents will always give to their children whatever they need. Right.

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Right.

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Right.

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Because the mothers are there usually the mothers get everything but it seems like mothers and children don't get anything.

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Do parents give everything to the children?

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Whenever they have raised the children,

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parents will do as much as they can to give whatever they can to their children.

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But the question is, how much do we give back to our parents

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How much do we truly thank our parents? jacoba salami did so much for his sons, and he never really got upset with them. He kept giving them more and more chances. And that's a lesson that we learned from parents and children. But how would you view our children? Raise your hand if your child

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anyone here who's bald, and really old and 70 years old, your child is up raising your hand as well. Right? Every single one of us here is a child.

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Everyone here has parents. So we get to ask all of you to stand up.

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Good.

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Parents are still alive, stay standing.

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If most of your parents have passed away, you can sit down. And when you sit down,

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good. Everyone who's still standing.

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Still Standing has a parent that's alive. Right?

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Whoever here has a cell phone in their pocket right now.

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does not have a cell phone or mobile phones.

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Should

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you have a cell phone on your

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tablet?

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Okay, okay. All right. Good. So everyone here standing, you're on the phone, right? And you have parents,

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I want you to do one of two things. Either call your parents right now. Or send them a text message right now you cannot sit down

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and send them a message that says three things. I love you. And then you can sit down, do it. You have to do it.

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Or witness you're in the house.

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Do it. send them a text. As you'll see. Those of us that are working right now. We're thinking oh my god, my parents are gonna call me and say, maybe

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you need some more money

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for your house. You said you want to

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do that and you can sit down. And let me know next time what your parents

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think so good. Okay.

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Sisters are writing the whole story. They're like, okay, so

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the teacher in his own words, and he's doing this just said, I love you and sit down. The point is, it's gonna create a problem with you and your parents, okay? It's a good problem. Don't worry, they're gonna call you right away and say what is wrong? Okay, good.

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See, this was an exercise for the parents. How many of the children who sat down

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Raise your hand. If you were a child and sat down and you did not do this exercise.

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I want you all to yellow. I love you to your parents. Okay. 123.

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When you're 25 years old, make sure you're still telling your parents I love you. Okay.

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Good.

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Now, after doing that exercise,

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we fast forward to the end of the story of

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a father. He forgave his sons, for all the trouble and all the hardship that was caused to him through them, or that was done to him.

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When he lost his eyesight, at the end of the story of use of use of takes his shirt, and he gives it to his brothers and he tells them to go back to your father. And they now have gone back and forth between Egypt and Palestine. Four times. He says Go back to your father. Take my shirt, put it over his head and put it on him. And he's gonna smell the smell of Musa.

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Do you know what your parents know a good smell right?

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Every single one of us we know the smell of our parents. I noticed my daughter's when it comes to kind of my when I travel. I know the smell of my children right away. I'll be in my

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hotel room, we're all alone. And I'll be sitting there thinking

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smells like

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smells great, that beautiful scent of your child. So our parents have that sense as well. And so

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he tells them to do this. And when his father Yahoo with them smell smells, the smell of use,

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he becomes happy.

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And his brothers were told by use of it.

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After you do this, bring our father and mother to Egypt, bring your family to Egypt. And they return to Egypt and they asked their father for forgiveness. And their father said, So far, so good. I will ask the law for forgive you at a later point in time. Why? Because he wanted to make you

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want to forgive his sons at a time when you're

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like when it's raining on Friday, etc. And so for us, we learned the importance of forgiving others. People do things all the time that hurt our feelings, right? Sometimes, you know, a child is running around and I picked him up and I you know, put him on the spot and he has his feelings are hurt, right, but we make it better by getting it out provolone

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is running around for a long

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time, we need to learn to forgive. And we need to learn to ask

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for forgiveness, and that is the last slide that we will take a shot along with regards to the story.

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Now it's almost nine o'clock. And we have 15 minutes until the end. Okay. But what we're gonna do is we're gonna do the quiz, you guys want to do this.

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So this is a quiz. And I have to get

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I have a gift for the top winner for your brother's or the voice side and the gift for the top winner on the Sisters of a girl site. Okay, so they will be even if one person the top winners in the fourth place or fifth place, but from the opposite sides, they will still get some milk in them as well. Okay, let me get that book as quick as possible and shall be back.

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This is

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no you don't have to do it.

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Okay, all of you guys that are here at the table off the table keys off the table.

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Okay, so the website is Cahoots. It

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got it. You go to the website, and you punch in this code 3995582. And then you choose a good username. Make sure the name is not bad because I think we're both you. Okay. So make sure you choose a good nickname.

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And we'll give you a minute to do so.

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I really started. Okay, so ask your mom or dad.

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Okay, so there's 10 questions today.

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10 questions.

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Sorry.

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I can't give out the Wi Fi password. If you have internet on your phone, you could use it otherwise you have to tether with something.

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One needs your time. Just raise your hand. Okay, we'll give you another 30 seconds.

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Good

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morning.

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This is where I checked in

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Darth Vader easy instead of choosing use, they choose Darth Vader.

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Okay, we need more time

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to Google Wi Fi password because if I do that and everyone's gonna get the password right, so if you have

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internet on your phone great otherwise

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anyone else need more time? more time?

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more time.

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Anyone need more time?

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We'll get started.

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Musa Are you ready?

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Question number one who is the father of Prophet yaku

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was it about him his name is Luke?

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One person

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the correct answer was

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for some reason said that you chose this for a while assume that that was just nerves. You were scared right?

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All right, let's move on.

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In the first place

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Okay, question number two here we go. We have 10 questions.

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Question number two who was Elise?

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prophet his hocks brother Prophet ucits elder brother Prophet yakuts twin or none of the above?

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Okay, the correct answer is

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twin brothers. Okay. 13 of you chose profit is hocks brother

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was prophet.

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Riverdale is still on top.

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And then Baba Ji is in second place.

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Oh, and that guy again?

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All right, question number three, which is the best story.

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Story abusive ex men, Harry Potter Batman.

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No one knows which one is the best story to you.

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I will be honest with a lot even though I'm getting it wrong. That's my favorite story.

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Okay, so

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Okay, question number four. What did you succeed in his dream? I know you said

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the sun the moon in this and the star a dream interpretation. His brothers his mom and his dad were 13 things.

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Only five people got the answer right.

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Got this answer, right.

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What are the 13 things that I

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saw?

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The sun the moon and

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the stars. Not the Sun, the Moon and the Earth star.

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Slow down

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as Muslims were supposed to be

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under,

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right, which one is right? Don't take

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it okay.

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I'm glad that

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you got it wrong.

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Okay, question number five. What is the general Islamic ruling on cutting ties?

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Is it

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permissible?

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Let's look at the question. A question says what is general?

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How many times

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there can be times

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where

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ignoring certain things in family is okay.

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Okay. But this is the general design

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or ruling I should say.

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So here's the scoreboard so far we have four more questions

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covered in

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a deadbolt.

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Another trick question

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was not

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covered.

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It was not covered in this book, it was covered.

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stain with false blood isn't not his word.

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So we have

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the truth will always prevail.

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Okay, question number seven, how many categories of people who will be under the shade on the day of judgment?

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753 or run? Quickly?

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It comes down to seconds, two more seconds.

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Question number seven.

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Okay, question number eight. When prophet Yusuf was released from prison, he was appointed as Minister of Finance, leader of Egypt, Prince of Egypt, Minister of Agriculture,

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agriculture,

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Minister of Finance,

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Minister of Finance.

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Very good. That's why they intentionally said he was Minister of Agriculture. A lot of people say he was Minister of Finance because it was kind of local and that he was given that

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responsibility over what people understand that to be

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the wealth of the world. That's right, the bank's money. What was wealthy at the time, or what else was there? During a drought? It's not money

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because we need food to survive, no matter how much money you have.

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Okay, we have two more questions in question number nine. What happened to property due to sadness?

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He couldn't even stop crying.

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You went blind

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okay 62 of you got it correct.

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He went to one that's very good.

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Okay. So this is the last question today anytime you say intention to think properly and Allah subhanaw taala will make you win if you are destined to

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be ignored.

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Okay, listen up before we actually see one this this slide is important.

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Guys listen.

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Can you

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obviously

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this slide is important for a reason. Now,

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this is really for the parents that are here.

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I do a lot of counseling

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convexity, I'm actually counseling to people in convexity. I was just there for a weekend counseling to people there as well. There's a lot of people who have problems but this was a lesson for the parents. As bad as the sons of jacoba is work and all of the nonsense that they did.

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He never threw them out of their home

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and for some reason in our cultures to come about we see that a lot of people when their parents got upset that their teenage children or children or young adults or they get upset when they just tell us that there's the door take

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profits nor the profits of

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the door of your own on your children. The only place of goodness that they will ever go to

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keep that door open is that they will come back to your house.

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They can be doing whatever bad things they're doing I don't want to mention it because there's children here

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one door that should never close on your face is the door of the home. So please do not shut the door of your home.

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Okay, don't throw your kids out of here all right, this will Let's see who wins.

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Who is

00:58:19--> 00:58:21

your hot okay and who is Riverdale

00:58:31--> 00:58:32

voice

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Hey, what's your name?

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On top you see the truth.

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It is time for the Try to keep your families together with you and try to clean up the mustard around you. For all those that have some children around. You can take one

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need to make a line of girls single file