Haifaa Younis – Kunu Mubarak (Be Blessed)

Haifaa Younis
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses how teachers use negative language to incite their students to bring their presence to the fore. They also mention a disturbing image of a woman wearing a dress that is not appropriate for a gathering. The speaker uses negative language to describe the person they are speaking to as a woman who is not only dressing in a gathering, but also helps them deal with a child.
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I remember one of the first things I learned when I moved is one of the teachers looked at us and says Kunal Barakat, I didn't know what she was saying, Be blessed. And I was like, what does she mean? And I actually I asked her afterwards and she said, that means wherever you are higher is going to come from your presence, or your presence will prevent evil, that child and that's this is the dua of Sydney isa

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the description say nice Mobarak a blessing. You are not necessarily with Muslims not necessarily giving talks through lectures, you are blessed woman. You are, you are in a gathering and your presence would inquire whether the way you dress, the way you speak, the way you eat, the way you help the way you deal with a child. The way you remove something, it's always higher. Move out aka

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