Haifaa Younis – When things don’t work out our way

Haifaa Younis
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses Sabri's meaning to Sabreem, a Sabr who is not one day and is a constant nature. Sabri is not a person who will always be patient, but rather a person who gains it and learns quickly to be patient. Fasting is a key therapy for Sabreem.
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When things doesn't go the way I want,

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I say, You Rabbi, it's Your it's Your

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earth,

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it's Your people,

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it's Your home, it's not mine,

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it's your wealth.

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What is the glad tiding of sabr?

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Jannah.

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They say

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the people who are Sabreem,

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a Sabr is not one day, now I

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learned that lecture and then alhamdulillah I learned

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something, I'm gonna go tomorrow on Saba, Thursday

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I forgot back to square 1. Sabri meaning

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it become your constant

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nature, habit. It's not nature, but you will

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work on it.

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To be patient, not necessarily you're born as

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patient, it's something you gain. I can I

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can become patient,

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And one of the best way to make

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you patient is

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fasting?

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Fasting

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because it controls you. You control

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yourself.

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