Tap into your potential – 08.05.2014
Channel: Edris Khamissa
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It's just gone eight minutes after 11 Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh masala Noma haben Welcome to our mashreq on radio Islam International. It is the the morning and we are usually joined on the line on a Thursday morning by clever Idris camisa. However it is by not in the country today and we will be speaking to somebody who it is by
has arranged for us to speak to Brother Abdul Malik.
He welcome Monique on the line. He is from Malaysia salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.
Nate, how you doing? Brother? Very, very well. I'm the electrical
thank you for joining us on lady slam international and we look forward to spending the rest of the hour with you inshallah has is
Alhamdulillah, you've been closely connected with Idris camisa. And you have a little bit of history going back with Idris camisa. Can you give us a little bit of background of that? How did you meet him? And what is your relationship with Idris camisa shukran de la thanks for having me on radio. And I've always I always listen to radio, Islam and 100. And at least call me yesterday from England. And he says,
there's an opportunity I won't be in. I won't be in South Africa. Later today, is it possible for you to share your thoughts on radio, Sam, I said, I was inspired, and shukran for calling me and allowing me to share share a little time with you, my brother, how I met but at least it was about a year ago, at the senton Convention Center. At the senton Convention Center. There was a seminar on public speaking. And the seminar was all about how to break your number one fear in public. And when I went to the seminar, I recall, it was during the month of Ramadan, and there was a registration process taking place. And I had this commotion and there's loud noise coming. And this person
treating everyone hugging anywhere, everyone and he had this aura, this energy, and all bubbly. And I looked at him and I saw is a Muslim brother. I didn't know where they dress a year ago, I didn't know who he was. And then at that moment, he bumped into me and he greeted me Islam Aleykum.
I looked at him and I said Salaam Alaikum. I didn't even know him. And he gave me a big hug. He says as a as a Muslim brother. My first greeting is a hug. And as a Muslim brother, I hug you. I found that warmth, that loving that kindness. And immediately at that moment, I embraced him. And then I noticed he had a big bag. And it was during the month of Ramadan. And as a Muslim brother, I told him, I'm going to spend the I'm going to break Rosa with you tonight. And he says, Why do you say that you don't even know me, I say, I see that big bag that you have I ensure in that bag as a massage is big as the Schedule A follow Doris here, and they laughed. And that's how we first met.
And they told me something that moment. He said our meeting is no coincidence. Allah joins people together for reasons. And Alhamdulillah. That was the reason. And after the seminar just before the seminar was over, there were five Muslim brothers. We got together, and we had a meeting. And so if this was our militia, and together we decided how are we going to form a group on all the lessons we learned on public speaking to different Arlene's young how father's students from data rooms, how we can teach them the lessons, we heard them here. And that was just a small little thought of how our journey started. And a few weeks later on calidris call me and it says a telecom in Johannesburg.
We set out the task to do we have an important mission. Let's Let's meet and get together and are surprised because you know a lot of times when people call you contact you create opportunities and say we're going to meet nothing materializes. But this was serious. He was focused he says let us make a difference to the oma and we're here to inspire we're to make a difference to the Muslim because there's a lot of people out there who wants to listen to a message and imagine the young fathers and what the lessons that we have learned we can then impart it to them we can educate them, show them how to speak in public and break that fear and 100 law the journey started then and a year
now is passed and we're gonna do a talk at the data room shortly with a calidris where we can speak and educate the students who come out to the data room on how to speak on public 400 nights in it's been a blessing and I was grateful to meet privately for that moment that was our first meeting that I'm hungry my sugar is quite interesting was just happening to meet there but is it is by mentioned to you that it is by the will of Allah tala to
people meet and it is for a purpose.
Just before we go on to the rest of your, your, your programs and, and things like that, that you've been involved with. Idris camisa was just to go a little bit into your background, you've been a cricketer, former South African cricketer, I see. You pay for transfer and you paid for the western province. And you're quite competitive in your days in cricket. Tell us a little bit about that. Yes, I'm the law while I was in, I grew up in Asia, and I'm a homegrown boy. And like all young boys, I had a dream. And this dream, this dream was to play cricket at the time when I was growing up. And, and while while I was growing up, the same was impossible because it was during the
apartheid era and the restriction for sportsmen in that time. And while watching, or reading a magazine, I noticed that although I couldn't play for South Africa, and although it's just as a dream, this magazine showed me something about England, I had a feeling I wanted to go to England, but I never know how or how it will ever materialize. And when I went to school, I was an elfa Primary School and then to Nirvana High School. And one high school teaching the sports teacher notice potential me as a cricketer in sugar. One day, we we played in the final, I think it was in standard eight, it was a final of a school game between two different schools, Nirvana and mandai.
And we were we were right on the last bowl, I was voting this bowl, and we lost the game. And I was really disappointed. And I was said that, you know, I failed. And I and I and at that moment, you know, when you fail, you just hate cricket, you hate lightweight, everything around you because you're passionate about something. And none of us sometimes will be challenged in life, have that kind of experiences, we hold back, we stop. And I was found, I was out. And a teacher, Mr. Disney live record came to me in a classroom and he called me. And I forced him to shock me because we lost. And I was already for this. And I was down I was out. And he called me in the classroom. And
he looked at me in the eye. And I said,
I believe in you. I believe in your potential. I believe you can achieve great things in your life. This is just a stumbling block. It's just a lesson. If you grow from this, things can happen to you in your whole life. This lesson this failure is not just an ordinary failure, this failure can change you. But it's time that you forget let go and move on. At that moment, I looked at him.
And I just in my eyes.
I couldn't believe it. Someone believed in me.
He looked at me. And it gave me this energy. From then on. I believed in myself, I believed in my ability. And you know, just to go back to the listeners who are listening. You know, the greatest lesson I learned was that we as parents, we as fathers, brothers, sisters, when we with our children, when we with our brothers, our sisters, our mothers,
takes just one word of encouragement, one word from your heart and soul that you care to listen compassionately. And when you do, you can transform that next beam, you can make a difference in his or her life. All it takes is encouragement. So often. So often, we go and we hold back, and we show people we blame them, we accuse them. And we do the ABCs we accuse them, we blame them and we complain. But we don't do the other ABC, we don't take action. We don't believe in them. We don't give them a choice that they've made a decision. And they've learned from their mistakes. So that was a great lesson for me. And Eli went on. At the end of the year, I made the turn of all school
sites. And when I was in mitrik, I got caught up in an assembly. And in the assembly, Mr. Bismillah was there and they they awarded me my talents for school and the South African school side for my cricket potential. And this is all because when a teacher believes in you, you start believing in yourself. And when we believe in ourself, we have so much power to unleash our potential. And
in the assembly, he called me up and they congratulate me and then he gave me an envelope. And I wonder then he says please open the envelope. And I was like, what is in the envelope? I was nervous. I wasn't sure what to do when I opened the envelope. I noticed a ticket. The school that raise funds in a raffle to send me to England to play cricket and urine opportunity at some at a local community Nirvana at raise funds and that given me this opportunity to go to England Alhamdulillah you know, you believe in yourself and other people believe you and people help you around your opportunities like this come up and Allah subhanaw taala open doors for you and yeah, I
was on my way to England.
sonicwall Mr. Bismillah Mr. Bhushan lies now late metal guns in general circles and studies coupled with no, because he inspired me. And the lesson that I learned before I went to England was that the people that you meet,
can either make a difference in your life, hold you back or make you or break you, who are the people that we are associated with? If they are expecting us, what are we doing to them? are we allowing them to destroy us? Because in life, if we do that, we allow them to overpower us, we allow them to steal our dreams, we allow them to take over. And then we forget what we are here for. And that is to fulfill our purpose that is to worship Allah is to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that is to serve, contribute and make a difference. When we are holding ourselves back. And being negative. Can we ever achieve this, it's time for us to step out.
It's time for us to unleash our potential. It's time for us to fulfill our purpose in life. And that is how I went to England. And during my journey in England, when I got back, all I had to do was coach mentor people and teach back and give back to the communities in Indonesia. I came back as a coach. And I used to love cricket at the time and enjoying cricket. And being you know, loving cricket I, I came back and I thought, This is life. You know, life is great. And everything I was a cricketer. And I'm everyone know me, I appear in the newspaper. And then the party turned over. And I was the first non white to represent
the Transvaal team. And when I went and I played the wonderful Stadium, in front of 50,000 people, I was live on television. And this was in 1991, the apartheid era just turned over. And yellow was with an opportunity to play in front of everyone. My parents believed in me, my friends believed in me. And I thought I was somebody of Allah has a bigger plan for us. As much as I thought I, this was my day, and I was going to succeed. I failed. I learned another great lesson that as much as you plan, allies, the bigger planner, as much as you think you can, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah subhanaw taala does the difference to us, you know, he gives us the he makes the final decision. So as much
as we can plan, we can do an underlying thing. But that was the biggest transformation in my life, because I learned that failure.
Playing in front of a huge audience, and getting essentially I gave up, I just thought I couldn't, but I stood up. And I believe I still could because the teacher told me as a young boy. And when I went home, you know, my parents loved me. They showed affection, even though I failed. Because sometimes when we fail, it doesn't mean it makes us sad, it makes us losers. And sometimes our children have a bad experience at school. It doesn't mean anything, it's just mean that we have to support them more, and maybe change the techniques, the techniques, the methodology of how we were assisting them.
So sorry to interrupt you the question. It's been very interesting listening to your, your whole background and the way you have
managed to get into professional cricket to played in England and came back to South Africa and played on a professional level as well. And it's inspirational for us in that we must never ever give up. But coming back to your relationship with diversity is coming to you. You've spent a lot of time with me. So some of your experiences that you shared with him. See, you know, most of them every moment that I met at least was very, very inspirational. I recall that when I pick him up at the airport, I pick him up wherever we go into and we travel around. So every time he comes to Johannesburg, he reaches out and
I have some time available and I'm fairly flexible. So we traveled together and had a call one particular incident that was truly transformational in my life and realizing what am calidris does. And I was surprised I knew in those days, but I never know the work he does. And what he does in his private capacity while I was with him on the phone in the car, I noticed that he had about you know, in a space of an hour we had about seven six to seven calls. And all from from the brothers all around South Africa with relationship challenges with some challenges they have in their life, especially relationship problems. And he has this he has his way in healing people listening
compassionately, and and overcoming the challenge what people truly experience. And I remember we went to a meeting and the meeting was from 3pm till about mother's time it was in men's and during the meeting, meeting they were like knocks on the door every time and knock on the door and then someone would come in and
Recently he excused himself, and then go with a couple and they kicked into a room, spend 20 minutes with him. And then, you know, listen to what their challenges are, and then heal them, empower them with tools, that they can change their life, how they can affect their life, and the whatever challenges they are going. And he did one thing he showed that he cared, he showed love, he showed compassion. And, and when they left, you know, there was something about them that had a different aura, they felt healed, and he hugged them and showed so much compassion, these people are not people that he knows, these people are no one that that that that is FX method like before they just
call him at the moment, and he picks up the phone. And they listen to these people. And he transforms the lives and and when we leave at the end of the day, just before we went live together and cry to Allah subhanaw taala. You see Allah, our brothers and sisters are suffering Yala, heal them. Yellow, we are here for purpose, y'all. Let me say the right words, so that I can inspire them, I can change them. And I can make a difference to you Yala. And he cries for people that you don't even know. And he makes to offer himself to not you must make dua for the people in every opportunity. We have to help we have to heal. We are here for a purpose. We are here for you to
worship Allah subhanho wa Taala and follow all these commandments. Secondly, we are here to follow the Sunnah. Thirdly, the creation of Allah subhanaw taala, this is a year, we are here to serve, we are here to make a difference. We are here to help them. We are here to just show love and always be inspired, be be happy, so that someone that comes and see your face, maybe that's that could be a form of healing for them. And it's also true that we were in this meeting, we created a workshop of I just have one life is how individuals can take control of their own life, find their purpose in life, how they can become more productive, how individuals can change anything. And I creating this
program, it's a life changing seminar sometime in the end of May, the 2020 23rd of may for probably being be known as the hall at night, on the 24th of May is doing a similar event on how people and the challenges they are having. So we can deal with many people. And they can come to seminar material. And that's only for women. And it's a whole seminar on how we can change our life and also on the 25th. So this program was created, how to empower Muslim woman Muslim people how they can transform their lives and unleash the potential and overcome the pain. And in second underlays just created the image Mr. Lackey notices we need to do more. And we've created a program on the 20th of
May, Indonesia LMA, so from nine o'clock to one o'clock, at least for Bianca libris phobia, Indonesia, or next week, I think on the 20th and speak at LMA to all women out there watching or going through some kind of things, whether the relationship and wants a better life, how they can take action, how can they talk, how they can turn their life around, all about the synthesis, the seeker of this Matura that we had, that we created and 100 lies all about serving, contributing steam taught me some great lessons that we hold here for a reason every day when you wake up, make sure you show gratitude. And those were one day experiences. What I noticed around him is for my
personal experiences, I know when I met him telophase I had all this energy, I had so much to do, I wanted to do so much. And during our journey the one day he chatted to me and he and he looked me in the eye and he said you have to let you have all these ideas you want to do so much. You want to make such a big difference. You want to make a difference to the world. But the difference don't come in the world. It comes in our community. It doesn't come in our families it first come with us. Change.
Embrace yourself, accept who you are, know what you're here for. And then serve and when you serve others, allow us serve you and I had all this ideas and actions and you have so many ideas. Just focus on one thing. Be present at that moment. Like if you're going to be willing to read namaz focus on your Salah. Focus on the moment that we go to the Salah, when you walk into the masjid, your thoughts, your actions, your feelings, your body, your ears, everything must be being focused on Allah subhanaw taala this chosen us to do that. And also when you're in a relationship or you with people with your wife or your family, look at them with compassion be their present, how often
is it that even though we are there with people, we are not there. And those were the lessons that he taught me that transformed a lot of my way of thinking and shukr Allah subhanaw taala put him into my life. And I know he's feeling a lot more other brothers on radio.
It's been very, very interesting.
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We were speaking about the diversities Cammisa and you spoke about your cricketing history as well
as challenges in life. And we've all been through those they are high points, low points that we go through in our lives. And explain to us give us some inspiration that you took from the challenges that you've been through in your life. I've been for many challenges. And when you speak of challenges, there was a point in my life, which I was at my lowest lowest point in my life. And I recall it was four years ago. I was in Cape Town. At the time it was in December. And being a cricket fan. It was December time and I was with my friends watching cricket. I think South Africa were playing India at the time. And I had left my family at home where they were just at home and
you know, I didn't even you know, to be honest and have to be honest and true to myself. I was I was more conscious
About my happiness, I was more concerned about what I need to do. And I didn't care at that time for what my family's needs were, whether it was a holiday where they should spend time with them. And I went towards Cape Town, my friend says, Come on, we gotta go. And I went and I watched cricket and I was having a great time. And you know, Allah subhanaw taala. Always, you know, he puts us through some kind of challenge in life. That that although we think everything is okay, and when you when you go into that step where you where you forget about your deen you forget about what's happening around you, you go into, into a motion, where you just think about the ocean basically, and you just
enjoying yourself and you're enjoying your life and you're having a good time. You eating out you with your friends, you're laughing, you're joking, and you're playing watching cricket. I somehow came on, I think I'm gonna choose the Thursday, the second day of a test match the Methodist ministers on the Wednesday in the holidays, and a secondary testimony started raining. And during the rain while it was raining a friend, a friend said, Let's go to the beach. Let's go have some fun and swim and things. Like I said, Listen, I want to watch cricket. I'm passionate about cricket. And we had an argument at that moment besides deciding going to the beach and watching cricket. that
argument led to such a big argument that he accused me a lot of things and we fought. And I broke up with my friend who was my closest closest friend at that time. And we had, we had one of those big fights and I and I went home and I went to the hotel and he started shouting me. And in the end, it was really ugly. And I just thought no more. I don't want people to tell me how I should live my life. You know, I'm, we I should be able to be with my family now. And I was really disappointed in myself. Because I fought with him. We broke off. We broke up all business deals, all ties, and also the lowest point of my life because I was alone
in a family wage and, and I was in Cape Town. And I was so disappointed. I went to lionshead that's in Cape Town in the mountains. And I sit there. And those gentlemen, he looked at me and he saw me looking down and out. And he says how are you and this is only me alone. And when you're in that zone where when nothing messes. We just give up. Our estate guy just gave up on life. I gave up on everything. nothing mattered to me. If, if that was the last moment in my life, it didn't matter. I didn't even care. But somehow, there is always something that happens. And every moment, a little dog who was limping, walked right as I was looking down walk right beneath, beneath me limping under
my eyeline. And he just passed me. And I noticed this dog limping, but I didn't take notes of it. And then I heard a master of the dogs that come up the hill, come and join me up the mountain and run with me. And as a result of them being on the mountain, and going up this mountain, I thought, wow.
I've got a broken leg. But he's listening to his master is listening to the person that has brought him into his life. And she everything that his master said no matter what challenges is happening
to the mountain in the top of the mountain. And something was calling me to come up with mountain for something was there. And you know, you have that moment that something is gonna happen and you don't know what it is. And I was so inspired, that I somehow found some kind of energy in me and I said, you know, I'm gonna beat the dog. I'm gonna go fast up that mountain in that dog. But you know, when you have problems when you have issues, everything is slow. took me four hours to climb up a mountain, which usually takes 30 minutes, because that's how I was dragging along so tired. I came right to the top of the mountain. And for the first time, I just looked up and I noticed
Capetown before sunset and I noticed in front of me Alhamdulillah Allah is this your Is this your creation is the beauty of the ocean and the scenery, I see yours.
In a live All my life I've been missing. I haven't even noticed that. My life is just passing by. I don't even say sugar, that I can see this in Maya this. My life is just running past me.
And I'm the beloved moment I took a decision somehow that I'm going to change. I'm not gonna let my life be like this. No. And that was a reminder. Allah subhanaw taala somehow came to me and spoke to me in a way that it's time to can't go on like this and we get that voice inside of us. That burning desire to change. And you know,
I didn't know whether to listen to it at some or nothing to lose and I said I'm gonna listen to the boys and I was committed to the alma mater
I'm sorry Allah make me mad. Forgive me Allah. I have to be with my family and his I ran down the road.
Johnson Controls in about 20 minutes I was down the mountain, and I tears running down my eyes. And I caught on to the first flight. And I rushed all my respects to Johannesburg, and I came to my family and I came home. And there was my family. And I told, I told my wife and my kids,
you know, your father is dead, your husband is back. And they look at me and they thought, Wow, he said this so many times.
And you know, when you come in, you think you want to change, and you think you are different now, because you have changed and you have some kind of awakening. And you have found some kind of motivation in you that your life is going to be better have the family are so used to. They used to your behavior, they used to what you do consistently, and they didn't embrace it completely. And I was committed, I was focused, I knew what I want. I knew I turned my life around. This was a journey of 1000 miles starts with one step. And every day I made that step. I showed more affection. And every time my wife and kids were there, I put more into them. I showed more love, I was I started
going to the events, watching them to the schoolwork. madressa whatever it is, and I'm hungry last six months later, they embraced me. I felt loved again. I felt that kind of
feeling that I never knew existed. And slowly, my life started turning around, I started going to seminars, workshops, events, we all people speak inspiration, and I met Milan and Milan for Madina munawwara it was first of all two years ago. And I had lunch with him. And I think speak and I said I feel so inspired by you Malala How can I learn what you're doing and speak like you and inspire your people like the way you do? Because you have a great message and you touch people's hearts. You said too few things. And what is that?
I don't even read one the mass of it for the masses, I find reaches for Juma and it was it was a starting point that I used to do. And I said yes, I made a commitment to myself, I say Allah, I want to read numbers from the day. And it was the first of May, I think a year ago, two years ago, it was a holiday. And he was doing a talk, that's for sure in both sentences come for future. Come Listen to me. Speak again. And I went for furniture. For the first time i've you know, it's tough waking up in the morning when you're sleeping in your earbuds on. And the alarm clock goes on. And you just say give me five more minutes. But I didn't. I knew what I wanted. I knew that it was time for me to
change my life and move towards a bigger purpose what I'm here for. And that's what the calling has been asking for. And I went for fetcher and hamdulillah from then I started reading the mask continuously. And suddenly perkara come into my life. And things are changing in my life. And through that you meet others, like a lot of other Muslim brothers and I went to, you know, go to places now like the eastern mind where we can inspire people. And now my vision has changed from thinking about me when I had that ego when I had that attitude when I thought I was somebody actually we nobody
carries on, it's our emotion that gets gets the better of us. And when you realize that, you realize you're here for a bigger purpose. You're here to serve Allah, you yearn to please Him. And when you please Him, then you feel contentment, then you feel the peace of Salah. Because how often is it, that when we do things, we don't actually do it, we everywhere else. But when you become present, when you know where you are, and what you're here for. And when you put it into, into motion Alhamdulillah everything happens when you put it up Allah as much as I can plan as much as I can go to any challenges, but yeah, I know, you have a purpose for me. And I will experience this. And when
you embrace that Alhamdulillah everything comes into place, whether that's
you know, a journey of we I was at my toughest lowest point of my life, and 109 and awakening. And you know, so often we have a lot of nudges in life as as listeners may feel, a lot of times get nudged. We get told we have to do this, we get told to change. If I didn't listen to that dog. If I didn't go up that mountain. If I didn't take action, you have to step into it. All of us are holding back. We stop we hold back will lie. If you take that effort, Allah will come running to you. If you open your arms, say so much opportunities of abundance and nice waiting for us. It's time for us to step up. You know,
I realized that
no, and it transformed me. It changed me 100 and I'm on this journey. I'm still healing and growing and I want to get stronger on the spot.
Mashallah, it's it's interesting and we'd like to welcome our listeners as well to SMS 0731738461 and you can call him and 118541548
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Welcome back to my second time international 40 minutes before 12 and while a warm welcome back to our guest, Abdul haq Manik who is from Indonesia speak to us for the first time in case of Idris camisa. Today, Abdul haq, welcome back to the program.
Thank you, brother.
We have been having an interesting chat thus far.
character and intention. This is the thing that we've been learning from the hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu and Islam about character when the Sahaba so su de la sala de Islam, that what is the key to Jana and Nevis Allah Maha Islam said two things, very simple one is taqwa. That is the ever consciousness of Allah subhanaw taala. And second, is a personal soul. That is the good character. good character is one of the keys to janma. And definitely in our in our daily lives, we see the effects of good character, we see the effects of bad character, as well. And then together with that intention, why we do our whatever we do and what is our motivation behind doing that, that affects
the quality of what we do is when as the effect that it has on people and on ourselves as well. So character and intention How important is that in our lives practically?
Brother that is critical. You know, an individual's character is one of the most important aspects of life and yes, you're right good character is the key to gender. I want to be more or less alone. It was even said also the best person amongst my alma is a person with good character. You know, honestly, while acts of worship on great significance in Islam, Islam is a way of life. Everything in the Muslims life, including his manners, his behavior, his personality, should be in line with Islam.
You know, the proper Islamic values and traits are extremely important. Not to mention its relevance, you know, in our daily lives of Muslims, even though they are unfortunately neglected, sometimes I believe that character, character is the fundamental aspect in our life. Whatever we do, wherever we go, we will be judged, judging our character. How did we do that? When we read numbers, how did we read numbers? when we when we in our relationship with our family, how are we taught our wives? How are we? When we in business? What kind of transactions are we making? How truthful are we honest? Are we genuine? What? How are we acting? Everything
is based on our character. 90 look at character, and you step down, you know if we have the right character, and we think we have the right character, we then ask ourself a question, every act, what do we do?
intention? What is our intention, doing that act? When we set out every morning when we wake up,
we have a choice. We can wake up a feature, or we can sleep. When we are here, when we hear that we can decide what to do.
Allah subhanaw taala has given us this magnificent gift of choice. Every one of us have a choice. I believe that for example, and if you look at an example and you say Rosie, and Melinda and you will be aware with this, this Rosie's given to us at a certain day that certain parts already correct policy that
Allah subhanaw taala says that, you know, in his interest and delaurentis, we're going to get 2020 at the end of the day, no matter what happens. Well, a nice, we will get the 2000 words Correct, yes. Now, when it comes to intention, when we set out to work every day, and we know yet we don't know. But Allah subhanaw taala knows because he knows he's a magnificent, he's the most merciful, gracious. He's the only Prince he's a we have every little detail. And he knows that at the end of the day, we're going to get into 1000 when we still aren't aware of it. So we set up nowaday for business. And we will have two choices to make that day. The first is a choice of a challenge, the
choice of shaytan he will come to us and Yes, come to someone will come to us in a brilliant deal, and offer us
how we can make 2000 reigns that day. And we have a choice, when we know
what we've learned because the last panel also given us knowledge, internet, it through knowledge, we learn what is right what is wrong, what is halau what is wrong, what is pure, what is impure? What is what is not, and what is truthful and what is not truthful. And if that transaction is being is not truthful, we have a choice, that first choice cittern will persuade us he will push us he will he will talk to us in the voice from inside saying yes you can is a quick deal. He'll put it in such a beautiful way like fragrance that we will be enchanted by it. And yes, we make the choice. There is our Rosie gone. And yes we have earn 2000 pounds, but that brother that holds back and say
no to shaytan knows that he trusts Allah, Allah in my character I have learned and I have known what is right what is wrong. And my intention is to please you, that whatever I do, I asked myself one question before I asked one of my Allah be happy with me. One might Allah be truly happy with me? And if your answer is yes or no, if it no and the first you carry on, and you keep working honestly truthfully, at the end of the day, Alhamdulillah Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala has written their 2000 words for you in a long way. And somehow, someone will call you and you will get that was the choice of intention is ours. Our character is based on what we decide. No one else choose that Allah
subhanaw taala has given us the knowledge, the intellect, and the heart and emotion to decide we can decide what we want. But sometimes we hold back, we get into this quick deal and we think it's the right way and left in the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said the best person a moment minds a person with good character. And you are so right. Good character is the key to gender. We have got all the treasures of how to intergender how we utilizing it My beloved brothers and sisters. Allah subhanaw taala has made it so easy for us. He's given us two choices. And we have to make that decision. And if we make all the right decisions, when we meet Allah subhanaw taala on the
last day at our last breath
And they asked to say nine nine Lola
could say the kalama easily. If we have, it will come easy to set up through brother from a from a Islamic point of view, GG. Before we go on to that we have a caller on the line. Let's take the chorus level alikum walaikum Salam Coronavirus,
brother the brothers in Abdullah genius? Yes, it's given a very encouraging report Alhamdulillah I think if more sisters and brothers can come on a or they can write it out any can be read, then it will be very effective. What we'll say is that you know, I think generally we Indian Muslims are so reserved people that it is a divorce or something, you know that that is depressing or something that will go in a shell and in the lobby, what will the people say? The people can say what they want is your life, you've got to love it. And you've got enjoyed because Allah Allah created you in the best form. And to show you appreciation, he worship Allah tala and you carry on in life, imagine
a dog that is also creation of Allah, Allah that open
mind, his eyes, his mind Alhamdulillah and inshallah so much can be achieved. You know, if we can have small workshops in our home, also, you know, with our children, then the children have confidence, you do go off the track, but then Allah, Allah thinks of the track, perhaps, so that he brings you back. There's a reason for it. I always say this fear in everything. And there was a fear. When he was alone, he was with his creator. And on top of the mountain, he could, he could think carefully and see everything around him created by law.
I would like to have a few minutes remaining.
And can you highlight this on the project project that you're currently doing, and
your motivational speaking
programs and workshops that you're running, GE, there's a few that we're doing the one is on Saturday, at image lifestyle, where it's all about fun inspiration, sometimes we are too serious, and we hold back. So we're going to create a fun element where people get involved in a fun way, where we create workshops for them in a system that's on Saturday at image lifestyle. And then next week, on the 20th of May, but libris camisa will be at lenasia at the LMA madressa, at the LMA in New Year. And we appeal to all our sisters and the sister that called in he talked about relationships and the importance of relationships. And all these little the aspects of how the
children can unleash the potential. I think the key ingredient is all of us who are waiting and burning to unleash our potential this workshop will be based on that. It's in the morning from nine o'clock to 12 o'clock. But at least we'll be spending a lot of time and I'll just be heading in with him. In another article for Ghana speaking on how we can have one life and how we can change our life. And then if people want a little more in more information on the 23rd of May, in benoni. If the whole day, police will come again and Friday evening, He will speak again to the community in Bologna. So he's gonna come into the area and speak to them on how they can change their life,
embrace change with enthusiasm, and take control of your life. And a lot of woman will be attending that we've already got a great response there. And if you want to work for a workshop on the 24th and 25th of May, I conduct leaders retreat is part of and I'm also involved in that we're going to speak on I just have one life, she also experiences with an Islamic touch, how you can become positive, how you can become more proactive, how you can change your life, and to to truly feel life challenges. And whether this is very good weather. So in shall live. Whenever the listeners are interested, please come to our workshop. It's all about improving ourselves getting better
unleashing your potential. And sometimes we listen to talks, we listen to inspirational talks, we think we learned such a great tool. And then we can change but we don't need so much. It's just we have five keys in us.
And the six key could be one lesson that we learned when we apply that technique when we apply that lesson and we put it into our life and we do it over and over and over again, taking a small step. I started by reading one namaz and then it became two, then it became three, we all can succeed. We don't have to do big make big changes. If you want to improve our relationship. It just takes decide to date talk to your loved one in 100. If that's the smallest step you can do take this step if you want to improve our health, go for the walk around the stadium if you want to improve your connection with Allah Subhana
Darla, just focus when you read namaaz changed, put your put yourself in a state that I must be present. Allies watching me and we focus and we know that ally starts when we go into Subhan Allah we say thank you Allah for making us Muslim Subhan Allah, Allah subhanaw taala. And if we if we live our lives like this, inshallah Allah subhanaw taala will have an opportunity to compare the two foreknowledge and will make a difference, and it will change ourselves, our families, and our communities and our neighbors. And that is what we are here to serve, we have to make a difference, and inshallah I appeal to the brothers and sisters that are listening, please come to our event on
those days. And if they want any more information, they can contact feroza faqeer, who is part of the organizer running or booking for countries camisa and when can I get my number on radio, FM to do an app and they can contact on oh wait for that is always 455585 to six. And she will give you a complete breakdown on all the events that are provided to this committee size holding and workshops were where we will be running with him in Sharla in chisako Lab which is Apple Apple allowing me to speak and share my story.
Hack and in summary, I hope that this is not the only occasion where you could speak to some other time as well in Sharla, stricken Zealand for your time and it is time internationalist Santa Monica Baraka de la barakato