Edris Khamissa – Tap into your potential – 04.12.2014

Edris Khamissa
AI: Summary © The importance of staying in a time zone during December is discussed, as well as a program called "IPRIP" that encourages individuals to develop their own personal abilities. The host emphasizes the importance of managing emotions and being mindful of one's social interactions, while also discussing the benefits of meal times for those living in poor neighborhoods and the importance of finding a stable work environment. The segment also touches on a radio show and a military training program.
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Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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welcome to all my series on the international just on him past 1111 minutes of data and sorry about that. And yes or phrases and things are due to Allah Subhana Allah Allah has blessed us with another beautiful day. And while the month of December has commenced, many schools have all very end learners, many of them on a break already, while teachers are still perceived in schools slogging away and they hopefully will be off by the Thames. But everybody looking forward to some free time some need time some time that they can spend on on their own by themselves and just perhaps, concentrate on themselves and focus on themselves and while

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we have many other times in the year where we need to really focus and concentrate on ourselves in it every single day we need to take out time to develop ourselves here during the month of December. While we have this free time we should really make a plan make a program don't just allow this month to pass by way we would sleep into late sleep at layer sleep late at night, waste our time doing

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productive things but rather use this method

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and inshallah has us you'll be able to really achieve something introspection into your personal self introspection into your home into your life clean up things declutter declutter your your your physical surroundings declutter yourself your emotions as well. And use this free time this nice time that you have. Gemma has just come back a better person and in fact plan and prepare for the year so that you can hit the ground running as they say and make the timing academic.

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Even more successful and even more productive insha Allah Allah as he says the first thing with regards to the month of December inshallah, we'll be joined on the line in a little while by brother Cammisa and inshallah we'll be speaking to him about his upcoming trip. In fact, today that is to the little town of Karolina in Malanga neighbors to ermelo and inshallah Idris, camisa, use of dinar. And

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Monique, we'll be having a program in Carolina this evening, after Missouri, and this program is free and open to all there will be a conversation made for ladies as well as separate accommodation. So ladies want to attend the program of welcome to do so you will be accommodated behind the veil.

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And in satellites will be a very productive and program and particularly fortunate in our area to host a program of this nature with individuals who are so highly prescient occupied, that will forget taking time out for others for them to find time for themselves is also a scarce Liberty battle, somebody's making time for our area as well as these surpluses and coming up tonight, we'll be speaking to this camisa about that, in fact of the meeting is used by the program tonight myself as well, inshallah. And

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he's one of the points that I want to bring up was introduced by when we get him on the line in Shama is the issue of have a person going after achievements, going after

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academic qualifications, degrees, the rest, and having perhaps a high IQ having the best of everything achieving great things in their life, but along the way, forgetting the individuals who brought them there and forgetting the individuals and the path, they cross. And unfortunately, as a result 13 many hearts along the way, this is what I want to bring up, and perhaps go into a little bit and maybe we can make some sense out of it. And maybe we can learn not to make the same mistake as well, in some ways that's going to come up on our program today was produced and submitted a short break, when we get to choose by underline, and we'll speak to him after that. Stay tuned to

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our National Coordinating slam international

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Welcome back to Al mushrif unrenewed International and a very warm welcome to our guest who's in our part of the woods. Today it is camisa salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. While he comes along, we're off to La Jolla. Barakatuh my most beloved monana Please forgive me. I didn't realize I had my phone on silent, and then lucky use of Binda remind me aren't you doing the interview?

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You right and I saw your missed calls anyway. I'm so glad we connected mowlana matter what they try silent or no silent Alam de la ville Connect inshallah. inshallah Allah as easy as it is by Steven for joining us once again. And the images from this point of putting your phone on silent, he's got a thought, in my mind that, you know, sometimes some, some partners would like to, to have that mute button as well, for the partners, maybe.

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We won't discuss that intervals of detail, you know, much

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more than that, you know, funny enough to speak about that. How much of our conflicts could have been avoided. If a person knew when to speak and when to be quiet? It's often the extra word, you know, something you're saying. And yeah, and you're hurt the other person, you know, and, and it's truly noise time. You know, it'd be good for campers to know exactly when they should speak, when they should keep quiet. And Dellums, Lila I think that will make a very big difference, you know.

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So analyzers I know

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what you just throw brought up if you really

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dive in with a topic that I introduced a little earlier to the lesson as we go along in our lives, we do create any we achieve great things and and humbleness and autonomy is placed in individuals have great intellect great intelligence. And they progress very far in academics and studies and getting degrees also, in their in their livelihood, they make great progress and success.

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But the issue is that the challenge is that we need to avoid hurting people along the way. And then I tweeted this morning that all of our intelligence and achievements mean nothing, if we've heard hearts along the way.

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No, you're right, you know, marmolada You know, there's something that you know, we must understand and develop and also speak about this, in developing your emotional quotient, you know, to develop that, so that you know what happens, you don't get agitated, you stay in a zone of calmness, and you know, what to speak and when to speak, you'd not allow the whisperings of shaytan to impact on you. I mean, you'll find that you know, today these days, I mean, no matter monana you know, what an intellect you are, but there are some times when someone touches their own nerve, we say things that we can repeat things and we and we go on and on and on and I and really, it's something that we hurt

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people and and something that I really would want

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Many a couple, I, even if you have a disagreement, I mean, it doesn't mean in life, that you and your beloved wife or people that you're with your children and everyone else, that you're always going to have a harmonious relationship. And it's important sometimes to say, you know, what I understand where my wife comes from, I understand she's agitated, and I don't rub the wound, I don't want to agitate her further. So I keep quiet the moment we allow our vanity and tried to take over, then it really has a profound and negative impact. And therefore I always say, Blessed are those who are able to manage relationships, bless it are those who have a sense of generosity, and they feel

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good for other people. And the question we need to ask ourselves and ask the listeners is this. I mean, when you are involved in a conversation, I mean, you know, are you able to maintain that composure, you know, the poise as it were? Or sometimes you often are, you know, seeking forgiveness, you're saying, sorry, you know, I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I said this, I did not mean it. And you keep on apologizing to a point in which your partner says, you know, what, you always say this, you're hurt my feelings, and you apologize, you know, you can't do the these things with impunity. So Alhamdulillah I think it's an excellent topic you you chose, and something that we need

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to reflect on each one of us and really molana my own earnest prayer is this, that there's individuals that we cannot wait for tomorrow, we have to do things today, and to repair our relationship, not only repair our relationship, but to transform it from a position of unhappiness, destination and desperation to one of happiness and tranquility.

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Let's start off with the point that you brought up knowing when to remain silent. That's I think that's I think that's an acquired skill. It's not suddenly the Trump overnight it's an acquired skill. And it's a very valuable skill as well. And if you look at the Arabic saying, a Saku Salama

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keeping, remaining silent is is safety men, selia men second matter, whoever remain silent, that person has has really achieved something and saved himself. In another, there's many other species. So the silencing is called many other things. And the value of silence really has been realized by the why. And now when to remain silent. That is the the betrayal.

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You know, Milena is so true, because, you know, you notice if you look at ordinary conversations, and you know, and I think all of us, sometimes guilty of it, some of us more frequently and otherwise, that when you if you look at the word conversation is Converse, it means two people are involved in this, it means that you're involved in two aspects. One is to listen with empathy and understanding. And secondly, you are communicating. And when you communicate, you, the other person responds, and you listen to the response with the understanding what happens. And nowadays, if you look at our conversations, each one of us wants to share what's in our heart, without responding to

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what other person has said. In fact, we find that our discussion often superficial, they often No, it demeans the other person, that we do not acknowledge the valid points the other person has made, and really takes for me, really a sage a wise person, a person with deep mind wisdom, who knows exactly when to speak and when to listen. And if you can develop that art I mean, our individual also reminded us anyway, that we're you know, that there are two things we need to look after. It's about our tongue in our private part and if you can do that, inshallah, Allah shows us agenda. And if you look at the words today, how many conflicts have taken place between nations, because of ill

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spoken word between couples between parents to such an extent, where the damage often has been irreversible.

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The value of silence and handler many have spoken about and what ama has spoken about the, the the value of silence importance of silence as well. In fact, I have an entire book, a son to a heavenly son. That is the title of the Arabic book, and it means silence and preservation of the title.

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But besides that, now it is in the in our context in our modern life. remaining silent doesn't only mean what you speak with your tongue, but rather also in the social media circles as well, on a WhatsApp conversation, especially in a whatsapp group,

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that value of silence comes out even more. So.

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You know, you write them up, very important you find, you know, the period to look at it, there's so much of information explosion, there all the time, they are powerful philosophies and messages, people are sharing with each other. And but sometimes when you are involved with this group chats, you can really have a negative impact if you say something that may be rude, vulgar, or something untoward, you might hurt the sensitivity or the person, but the moment the word is printed, it can mean the the damage has been done. And I think it's very important to how we speak and so that's the whole point about emotional quotient is what understanding a social context is understanding your

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own emotions and understand the emotions of the other person.

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And listeners are welcome to SMS or call us as well with your experiences, maybe your advice as well with regards to the issue of remaining silent at the right time. And you can SMS 0731738461 You can also call in and 118541548. In some as us we will take your call

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this way between husband and wife, first

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place that we need to touch on at times to remain silent and

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manana psyllium and rabbit as a question the other morning as well. Do you feel that when husband and wife have a conflict in the house isn't the wife always gets

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gets off for the better deal?

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You know,

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this is such an important topic because, as you know, I deal with this

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you know, on a daily basis and and you find in I'm loath to generalize, you know, what, what you find that the in the end, you know, as hunter Lee reminds us is better to win the friend in the argument, you know, and I think when you are having a discussion with your wife, if you intend to win the argument, my friend, you're in big trouble, you know,

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I think it's important to understand that and the critical aspect is this. I you know, when you are married to someone Moeller Nivea. And, you know, I'm loath to say women are like this, men are like this. I think you need to understand your partner need to understand what your sensitivities are, you need to understand what is a hobbyhorse effect aversion thing that he likes to speak about things that she goes on speaking about, forever and ever and ever, and I'm sure we have similar stories to tell. And I think it's important how you manage those issues. Otherwise, you know, you'll find this thing you know, someone said this, I read this somewhere, they said that, you know, love

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is as beautiful as the flower, you know, and you could touch it with one bruise. Similarly, I remember you mentioning this that our Navy SEAL allowed us sell them reminded us

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to keep our relationships moist. And we also know, a Navy speak about this, that novoselov smarter told us far worse to big the top I used to be the heart of a believer. And I think there are two things for me. Number one, you got to measure your words know when to speak, when to be quiet, on the other hand, is also do not also take things or personally cannot take everything personally. And some people personalize everything to a point in which they can misinterpret even the most innocuous or innocent kind of statement and something that we need to teach our children they need to learn it and they learn the craft from us and and it's about the self discipline. And you know shaytan wants

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you to say she does does you know no jealousy stupid jealousy you know, I don't know why I married you. shaped not only once you can once you can step up shaytan wants you to kill it perfect your mother's house associates on once and what we do, we succumb to that and what happens? How often was on how often I get calls people say you know what, the moment of anger I gave my wife at the last moment of anger. Therefore, you do not speak in anger. We are told when Abby's law some so many beautiful things were standing that will sit lie down and if you need to make wuzhou and all these

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We know and how important it is for a person to manage those emotions and those thoughts

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for the listeners You are most welcome to SMS and call as well and inshallah she will take a short one and I'm

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sorry I should say something you know I meet so many radio Islam sisters and they say the way they enjoyed this program they benefit from it and I

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really look forward to their participation the questions because we can grow and learn from the experiences and I make a do I ensure that each of the couple's individuals find harmony at home, they find contentment inshallah, inshallah they help each other to attain john nine Sharla.

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the December holidays are here this Friday the first of December on the weekly panel discussion Malema vs number of cases of hope and mana reborn ra which Imam of Newcastle we'll be discussing ways in which you can utilize the holidays in the best possible manner tune in on Friday evening after 8pm

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welcome back to as much as on radio Islam international and very warm welcome back to our cast forever It's easy for me sir.

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If you forgive me, I'm always yes Milena, no matter what.

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I will not betray your potential and always here for you.

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Other people tell their love you monana isn't infatuation

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novelty? I like a lot of love for me. mimaki molana Allah bless you protect you always. I mean, I mean I interact with Kevin and in the reply of the civil law system. I have a love letter that he sent me a letter Allah love you

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For whom you have loved me

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and it is right before we go on you coming down you're on your way to Carolina. I don't know if you've ever been to the place before but you're having a problem with it that's more about it. Yeah under the law you know, they say I'm not going to kill a nice Jason for merging. I'm going to tell

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the goddess I love

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Yeah, so some some people call it can Lena

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ratty clothes ratty version of it.

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Under the law, you know, idea, my beloved brother use of Dinda myself and abdomen as we bring them. We do a program this evening. And it's about you know, I'm going to speak about the power of speaking and demand will tell you a story about that and use of Dinda is a speech from dream to reality alum Dreamliner used to have been the is I cannot thank ally enough that I met with him. He has so much of challenge then in his own quiet way. He has people to set up businesses how to translate vision into reality. And he's got a lovely formula and support. And he's going to talk a little man up, you know, he's always exuberance, He will speak about moving from act to action, he

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has all the beautiful acronyms. And then tomorrow morning, strike the public talk and tomorrow morning. And we are going to speak at a model c school I think and then we can go to prison

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and make dua that they release us because I'm doing the pre goodbye talk there and you're going to give a talk for an hour so the police station there and inshallah then late in the evening, we drive back inshallah, so it's really looking forward to it. I've been to Carolina once on a way we are going somewhere. And the people I know I mean, you know, this is the the mercy of Allah said you could go to a small town like this, and the people that was hard ago, who you know, and it didn't make you feel important, you know, and this is a not that we want to feel important. But it's really gratifying. It's It's humbling, because we want to do this program in many parts of South Africa,

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because we really believe that as the oma, we supposed to lead but we are really blind followers that we supposed to be articulate. We're not doing enough of that. Just the other day. I made a couple two days ago. And look at this year Allah blesses young boy, I mean, young man is a young boy in knees and Islamic Studies teacher, very passionate about it. He's telling me you know,

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I want to speak in public but I'm so scared. I'm so scared. And there are many people like that who are,

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you know, the appearances as it were. their thoughts are in prison. They have beautiful ideas, but they don't share it with anyone. They afraid to interact with people and it's something that is expected of us we are part of the oma we are gregarious people, we need to interact with people we need to bring joy and he people and for me, it's a skill. I believe every individual every Amati of Nabi sallallahu, wasallam needs to have so that they could defend the faith. They could be articulate, it will help them the dynamics of relationships, deliver a clear vision, and and more importantly, I think they will exude confidence and they'll be happy inshallah, because in the end,

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they would eradicate negativity out of their life. Some of us are going there to Karolina inshallah make sure that everything goes well but for us, the crucible acid test is that we are we would like to see the change that we are in the people we know that people say you know what, I heard your talk, I changed my life I'll hamdulillah you cannot leave a better legacy behind them that

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Salah inshallah I will be in Carolina also tonight, and I'll meet you. Oh, Alana. Oh man, you know, a I'm

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looking at me and he looks like I'm there. I'm blushing.

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So, I say they've asked me to emcee the program. So I'm preparing my speech. I hope my introduction can finish and leave about five minutes.

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It reminds me of some some years ago in England, right? They were introducing Mrs. Churchill.

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And the principal went on such a lengthy introduction where he was born, a veteran, he fought and they went on and on and on. So churches could see that the pupils are yawning and their child, you know, how long his speech lasted only for one sentence or once.

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And, and there was another instance of it, someone else also gave such a lengthy, tedious, meandering introduction. And he said the following.

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He said, like, for example, that you say, you're introducing me give a long speech, and he said, Now you believe camisa will give you the address. So I say the 20 708 to eight waterside, just not

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enough people attention and is very, very short, you know, anyway, just that your sub 10 days Yeah, Monica sees your cousin say Salaam Alaikum.

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Mr. Mr. Yusuf Ali, you're keeping hamdulillah we actually on our way, and I've been listening to this talk very attentively, loving every bit of it from Allah. Hungry lasher tell you are going to be speaking tonight inshallah, we are looking forward to the program, there's a lot of preparation being done in Carolina. And, you know, getting all the guys rounded up in Apollo is really beginning with a few tears to listen to the program as well. All you guys have played a lot of excitement on the side and

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I'm so excited, you know, of course, I am going back to my roots. That's where the roots are, you know, with the grandparents I was just telling uncle Idris as well that we share great grandfather

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was quite surprised. Yeah.

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Yeah, maybe maybe you need to take it for a drive down to town to loss as well. This time to see where we grew up and all of that, that inshallah inshallah it will be beautiful. And sound. And your, your topic tonight uses. I'm talking about business and how one can achieve abundance through business. And I think so many people have got these dreams of creating success in their life, in whatever they want to be able to do. You know, business is an important element of Islam. In any case, you know, trade was an imperative of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So it's about doing it in a authentic way, doing it where you fulfilling your purpose on the planet, inshallah, and that is

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pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala. So, that's primarily what I'm speaking about. I've been through a long journey myself, to try and find my purpose and just hoping to share that with, with the people in sha Allah.

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See, we may be speaking about business Usually, the first picture that comes to mind is men behind the shop counters or men in business, but you know, particularly this program here is listened to by ladies at home. And I think in fact, they could be more ladies in business with a little home industry where they step away, whether it's whether it's roti, or scarves table plus you know, there's numerous things they could be sending us or maybe maybe the changes the word or two of advice with our ladies on how that little home industry that they can better their learning can inshallah be a means of Baraka maybe even when they become become the means of income.

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The expenses very importantly, of course, our best example of our lives is the profits of olalia cinnamon, if you think of his wife, Khadija radiolarian how she was brilliant businesswoman. And that in itself is an example for all the ladies out there. I'll tell you another story. Very recently. We had we were blessed with James Caan who is on Dragon's Den if those of you that know about the show Dragon's Den, you know, people pitch a business idea, and then these dragons invest. James help his sister and he says there was

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a lady that would make some muscles at home and he'd love her muscles and he advised her to start a business today. James Caan sister is probably the largest Mussa supplier in the UK. So whatever your skill is out there, whatever you being gifted, from Allah subhanho wa Taala. It is incumbent upon you to express that gift to all of humanity.

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And in doing so, with that passion and adopting a few business skills, yes you can achieve all your dreams commercially impact your family and most importantly impact society as well. Because you know, as we are more successful as Muslim people, we are then able to provide more as well. I mean, that's the system of when they talk of socio economic development and everyone is on everyone's lips at the moment, this gap between the rich and the poor, how more so than what is being provided to us as a as a model from Allah subhanho wa Taala in terms of trade, and in so doing, you then provide through the cards to those that don't have so I think this is a great opportunity for everyone

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ladies, as well as the men of the youngsters as well there's so many great opportunities now with the internet and social media and so on to actually turn a business into a global phenomenon. I think the world has become so small so I think never before we live in an in an in an era where it is so opportunity for for for business and entrepreneurship and success

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hidden for sharing that with us yourself. And we look forward to meeting you tonight inshallah I'm so looking forward to it Okay, let me hear you over to Uncle Idris okay.

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Sonic manana cc you got some very sharp because he

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knew I busy birds of a feather.

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God, My beloved father May Allah grant all of parents I said this agenda he said to me son You must never open up a shop if you go bankrupt the first day

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someone would come with an emotional story he said by now my take my job

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is that he was quite accurate.

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Good veggie keeping company with uses maybe you maybe get some food

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I'm getting I'm getting treated.

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It looks like we've got the last segment of our program. We're gonna take a short break and we'll come back when we sell out roundup inshallah. Stay tuned for my second lady slam International.

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read by gentlemen here to a lady near to Allah.

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It means lengthen it let it grow, let it grow nicely in such a way that Marielle is salat wa salam himself. bellissima musala selam petofi

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Amina Sahaba

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nearly sir

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In his Sahaba lengthen a beard in such a way that it cannot be proven in any authentic or an authentic it is no way no way. If you study Quran and Hadith passionately, and you can convince me in Quran and Hadith that you can clip your beard, I will set up the member and give you the member grows house grows.

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Here, Jimmy.

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Oh, yeah.

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welcome back to my second video standard professional work efectos Yes,

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it is, like coming back to the topic that we started off with originally spoke about how and when you need to remain silent and the thing about 13 people along the path to your personal success, that should not be happening, and it should not happen. And we should not put ourselves in a compromised position where we have to choose and we have to hurt someone on the path to success. You know, it's such a beautiful point that you raise, in fact, sometimes in our Navy and because of a lack of understanding, you know, just to use a simple analogy, that is say,

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You and I are driving down the road, and we are going to do let us say multiple million Rand business,

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say 100 kilometers down. And then on the way you get someone phoned you up, and they say Brother, you know what Idris a molana, I've got a C problem is a matter of life and death. Right now, a UTI you can either respond to the first by saying to person, Sorry, brother, I can help you. And please, you know, and the other one you can say, but you disturbing me now I've got my own stuff to do. But people don't realize that it is precisely when you stop and pause and to help people. A Allah will help you in whatever direction you are going to. But you're right, you know, some of us a know us so singular, in terms of profiteering that we determine our relationships purely by how much money you

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can extract from the other person, that sadly, that we even run our institutions like that to a point in which you know, you if we almost exploit the people working for institutions, and also in terms of the hurt we give people, you know, for example, the sometimes as the husband, you might have this kind of arrogance, you tell him I even speak fast, you know, we see my tiny our work to do and please You know, and because you are you feel you are the breadwinner, you don't realize allies a provider, and that can also impact on relationships. And Baraka is when when these respect for the other person, and therefore you find some people that only you've got the brutal you've got to be

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arrogant. You've got to add that kind of condescending attitude, then you'll be successful. You know, but in Islam is different Islam is a true success is about your, your, your commitment to the deen the way you relate to people, your sense of charity, and all of those things then, and you write in a monad we can speak a great deal about the point that you raised. In the end, it also boils down to making sure that you're not hurt others in your own pursuit of your own happiness. You know,

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maybe it reminds me of the hobbyist community cinema on a Sunday says the eyeshadow can one

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socialize like brothers, the armello can

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do business dealings like strangers. Now, this would mean that

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some people must interpret this to mean that yes, your social dealings you be friends you code everything and when it comes to business dealings and you have to be like a complete stranger, be ruthless be harsh, but this is not the meaning of this. This is in fact a misinterpretation. When it when when the resource subset, deal like strangers meaning that as far as your accounting of the deal goes as far as your condition

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Have the deal goes, it mustn't mustn't be like a, like your brothers that you overlook certain things you're counting must be 100% and you know the amounts must be 100% You must be correct the wave measures and the conditions of the deal must be clear, they must be absolutely transparent. They must be, you know, you know, they they must be 100% professional and correct. But, when it comes to kindness in feeling, again that he said Allah Hardison

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gave advice of kindness like like like a brother, we have a civil lawsuit alarm system says that, when it comes to a poor person, then you know, forgive them and overlook when it comes to a rich person, give them time, give them respect, and like this was the sort of last lessons advice in collecting data in many other places have a similar nature of being lenient obviously, not to the extent that you that you run your business into laws, but you have to have that sense of leniency and softness as well, when it comes to your business approach also known as absolutely so true Omni relationships have

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severe or relationships have suffered purely because the things are not written down and this is something that we need to understand is that you know, we take these for granted we assumed the other person would know and remember things but and this is it you know, you know, you really speak so much about Nabi sallallahu, wasallam yet you know, a realities we do not embrace

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his model in his complete entire team and the number the lighting is significant. And I think you know, the bottom line is that we need to teach our children each hour You know, ourselves in terms of how we can hone our skills regarding our

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relationship dynamics, inshallah.

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Yes, it is a theorem for your time looking forward to meeting you tonight inshallah, tell me, tell me why one more theory make dua for those that are not well, and I'm thinking now about Rashid Maya, who was in the tigrinya Hospital in Germany, may Allah Jim Chapin Shiva, may Allah make it easy for his family that are there and wherever was waiting for any challenge male it will come from Allah, they seek His guidance. He is a healer inshallah. And Joseph, I'm looking forward to it Milena, and I'm gonna go now I have a haircut and all that and look smart now.

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Carolina's very high profile. Please

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don't forget your ship of use.

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happened to my heat. But I got to get into the military in the meantime, in that

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