Analysing The Lives Of The Prophets – Episode 36

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Analysing the Lives of the Prophets 36_ Yusuf part 1 by Shaykh Hasan Ali

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many iraq Menachem al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam O Allah say, you know, Vina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Brothers and sisters, we starting a another prophet of Islam.

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Yusuf alayhi salatu salam. And as explained before in the previous sessions, he is the great grandson of Ibrahim alayhi salam. He is the grandson of his halfway ceram and he's the son of jacoba. Lisa, now we did his heart and jacobellis Ram last week.

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And with that was to be added on just a little bit is that part of jacobellis Ramu come in this story. So we will find out a bit more about your holiday mystery. And also, there are many durations to do with this half on Yahuwah Sadam from the Israeli generations of generations that have been reported through the Jewish rabbis that converted to Islam, in early Islam. And those generation the Prophet sallallahu wasallam has told us law to subdue who Allah to cut the bow, you need to affirm them to say that is the entire truth? No, do you reject them to say that it is a lie? Because if you affirm what is there, you may be affirming something that may not be true. And if you reject it, you

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may be rejecting something that is the truth. So that's why the Prophet sallallahu wasallam made it clear to us that we need to affirm them completely. No, do we reject them, but we can write them, but I've left them out because a lot of them are to do with their travels or their who they got married to and how there was a difference of opinion between the difference the different brothers of the family or the, you know, extended relatives of the family. And there's, there's not much there's not much to quote to us regarding that. And I'd rather stick to the authentic sources of what we've got in you know, in the Quran, and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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So, let's start with this. You know, this story about use of Ra surah. to Solomon use valet Sarah salon is the most beautiful, and the most handsome of all profits that allows a gentle ascent. And he is the most handsome of all human beings that Allah has created on this earth and use via ceram. He, his story begins in the Quran, when he's a young boy. And he finishes when he is, you know, near to the end of his his life. And in between there we've got an entire chapter that's been revealed regarding him. And it's almost half of us. And the thing about this is that if you look in any about any other prophet alayhi salatu salam in the Quran, you will never find a prophet mentioned in its

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entirety in one place of the Quran in such detail, there is no other place. In fact, the Quran mentions each profit separately in different many different series in many different contexts. Why? Because each context relates to that particular event that Allah is rolling out. And I've been talking about this since we started the series that each of the different places allow, we'll talk about the profit, it's for a particular reason.

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But Yusuf Ali Salam is the only prophet alayhi salatu salam that is discussed in one entire chapter, it's very different from all the other chapters of the Quran. And this surah is a delille, or an evidence for us in one sense, which is that the entire Quran seems to be jumbled up. It's not actually jumbled up the entire Quran exactly in a beautiful format, but you've got to work out the human being has to sit down, and the human being has to work out why Allah mentioned this, and then that and then that and then that and suddenly a profit story comes in, suddenly goes to another profit and suddenly goes to the skies in the heaven and suddenly goes to a person's heart and

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suddenly it talks about an incident in the process of life and suddenly talks about the seas and the oceans and all of that and why Allah is doing that there are deep hidden messages in the Quran and it's only through an in depth study of the Quran a person can get to know them, but the accusation against the against the Muslims or against the Revelation the Quran is that why is it to the

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The newcomer to the Quran defines so much going on there's nothing that seems to be in a sequence or an order

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and then they raised the question of couldn't allow have just revealed all of it like you know he could have just said surah Musa so Allah masala Salaam stuff comes in there and Surah hanazono Allison I mean we've got a suit of no but that only discusses one part of knowledge lambs life the rest of it is in so many other parts of the of the Quran. Couldn't we have sutra you know something else about okay Surah Nisa, what about women? Can all the all the things about women just come inside? there? were no is the answer why? Because there's a deep hidden hidden messages and only one will only appreciate the poor and once you study the in depth part of the Quran. I mean, let me put

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it this way that

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this is a beautiful thing that one scholar said once and his is a is a wonderful, wonderful scholar is not alive, his name is Mona save 100 hands up. And he said, he said that the answer to this, why Allah has done this is in two verses the Quran, two verses of the Quran.

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But he wouldn't say which two verses of Quran they were and he wanted people to actually find the two verses for that. He would actually say this in gatherings of scholars and say, if you can understand two verses that are similar to one another in the Quran, if you study them, then you will find that Allah azza wa jal has given his his reason why he's kept it like this, why the Quran is why the Quran appears like this. It's meaningful, but it's meaningful.

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After you've spent time with it, it's not meaningful. I mean, it's beautiful when you look at the Quran read the Quran is beautiful, but then you kind of think

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you kind of think well, Why couldn't it be like the way humans would have it? So how would a human write a book, the way a human would write a book is exactly what pseudo use of is.

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So if you look at pseudo use of, that's how a human would want a book to be written or a chapter rewritten. Now you've got a beginning, you've got a theme, you've got few chapters in between, and then you've got an end. And you've got a whole story that unfolds bit by bit in its actual logical sequence or, or its order, and a human would want that. But the human doesn't get that acceptance through the use of, of the whole of the Quran, only through the use of he gets that. And this is the Delete, I'm trying to say to you the evidence and brand safety is that this is a large way of showing to us that if I wanted to reveal the whole Quran like this, I could have done this. But I

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did it for a reason. And, and there's a lot more beauty in I mean, I'm not saying any part of the Quran is less beautiful. But there's a lot more beauty in the rest of the Quran, when Allah has put things in so many different ways that it's actually it's a hologram. So it's like you having this device, and you can look through here and you can see a sequence you know, all the holes in there seem to match up and you can see a beautiful line of you know, a hollow gone right through that. But then the hologram, when you turn it slightly around, you can see the holes that were aligned this way now have fallen in front of your eye and they make a beautiful line. And when you move it again

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another direction, you can see holes again and when you move another action, you can see hold but there's so many holes here. If you look at the whole piece, it's a piece it's got so many holes, but only when you turn it to a certain angles. Can you see a beautiful sequence within that? And that's the Quran. But why has a Londoner? Why would you do that? So say you know mama say the Hansa wish to say that there's two verses that are similar to them. If you study these two and know them to then you'll understand the reason What is that? Well, you know, I I thought about this very long and you know, it took me years to kind of find these verses in the Quran. So I'm probably giving you

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something that is worth a lot of modern bucks, man a lot of money, you know, I'm telling you.

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So, what is that? Well, if you look in Surah, cough, sort of 50

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and you sort of 50 and you look at verse number six and seven.

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And you you you kind of find this verse and there's another similar verse in the in the Quran,

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where Allah azza wa jal, he says a fella named Lou escena evohome Keisha benina was the Yana wa mala hadn't followed. Well out of the Medina wall kind of era sci fi is out in the hedge. Now, Allah azza wa jal says that Have you not seen the sky

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Above above have not seen the sky above them, how Allah made it Allah how I made it and how I decorated it and how I created without it having any holes in it or any defect in it, and then the earth I stretched it, and I placed within it mountains and I created, I grew within it, from every single from every single thing you want lzo jimba hitch, I created marvelous things that are in, in pairs, okay, top zero with the current liquidity of the money, this is an insight and this is a way of remembrance for every sermon of mine who turns towards this message of turns towards me. Now, what is about this verse is that when a human being looks at the at nature, because Allah is talking

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about nature here and then he goes on talking about the water and time as a luminous man and so on and so forth. When a human being looks at, for example, nature, there is one thing that he notices, which he doesn't notice in his own architecture. Now, what Allah described in that verse is the architecture of the universe. And when you look at the the human humans architecture is very different. So let me just give you a give an idea. If you look at the masala that that's on the,

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beneath you

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the colors of all these greens, are they they say? Yes or no? Come on, guys. Yes. Is the pattern the same? Guys answer Yes, sir. Yes, right. The pillars that you see, you see that the pillars have all been lined up. And all the pillars in this hole have all been lined up. So whether you look at this way down, or whether you look at that way down, they will be lined up, right, you look above you, and look at the ceiling, you see all these squares that you've bought, that make up this ceiling, they're all they're all equal. If you look at the light above your heads, you'll see that the lights are all equal, that the actual size of them the, the the, the amount of light they give out and so

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on they're all equal. And that's how human beings like their world and that's how the architecture and the design is that is very much like for like so if they if they're making a house that when one window will sort of match another window a door will match all the other doors in the whole of the house. The handles will match all the other handles and so on that's how human beings like it and if you human beings tried to make something different to that it doesn't work so if you create this hole with all the pillars all over the place and you came in every every cop it was different every musalla was different How would you feel if you come in Saudi and so like purple pink blue and or

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even if it was green but there's all sorts of greenness and different greens and you know different lens let's say the masala one masala was long one was short one was you walk the thing is this and the design was different. You wouldn't have to concentrate you'd stand in a thing man Why is this give me a headache? Why is this and if poverty was higher pie was lower you think what? One thick copy one thin one A man was going on? Maybe that gay guy gave moussaka you know, you know, he gets to go into the thick carpet what's going on. But if this is this is human beings when the human being designed something create something he wants it the same all across.

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And that's the only way he's going to get beauty. But alas shows the human being that I can. I can mix everything up. I can mix is so wildly that is beyond your dreams to create something like this. But still, though I mix it so much. There's still beauty in that. So when you look at grass, just look at grass.

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Is any blade of grass the same size and shape as every other blade of grass? So no, no, it's not. And when you cut it all you bring a normal out and you cut it all like kind of clean. Yeah, oh, it's all the same size. Oh, it looks nice. After two weeks, even after a few days, you notice that some grass are growing faster than other grass. But when you sit there after two weeks and you look at your garden, it still looks beautiful. Even though the grass are different shapes. When you look at a landscape and there are many trees though there are so many different kinds of trees, just like the pillars of this this must've they're not in line. Nothing's in line. One's going fake. One's

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going thin one's going high one low one stretching out one's to itself one's

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sort of bending slightly, one's not bending slightly one's giving shade. Another one doesn't give shade and you see all kinds of different sizes of leaves, different twigs, different you know, branches and all sorts of shapes, shapes and sizes and crookedness and straighteners, and all kinds of things in the same landscape. But isn't it beautiful? Yes or no? is beautiful? It's beautiful.

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The human can do this. And that's where our

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Law shows the human being that Listen, this is who I am, that I can, I can turn it all, mess it all up according to your dictionary. But it still will be beautiful, and you still will love it. But if you did that, to your design and to your architecture, no one will like it.

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And that's me who is God that's teaching you who I am or what my design is about. So when you look at anything about Allah and His creation, look at the stars, so mumbo jumbo? No, when you look at it, there's no there's no meaning there are people who studied it, they look good. They find meaning in that. People who look at just look at the waves of the ocean. Look at the mountains, how law creates mountains nothing's in. In in the same line, you never find two mountains, same shape, same size equal so that you can love it. No, Allah creates different sizes and different shapes. But when you go deep into those, what you find that there's beauty in each one. So each tree in that small

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place, will have its own beauty. Each bark will have its own beauty, each branch will have its own beauty, each leaf will have its own beauty. And within the whole landscape. There's beauty. But the thing is, it's crazy. It's like if we did that, it never be beautiful. But each one has in Allah created systems within that where there's so much going on in the ecological system within within that, that it's beautiful within and outside. Now why I'm saying this is that when you look at the rest of the

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outside, so use of It's beautiful.

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It's beautiful, even though it's all out of shape. It's all it's all kind of mumbo jumbo versus one here, one there, one there, but it's beautiful. But when you look within so do you think that what Allah has to mess it up like that and create beauty? No, it doesn't.

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So then he gives us sort of useful. So okay, here's a surah This is how you humans like it, and let's go through it. But it's still beautiful. And there's so much messages that you can get from from this one plain surah that gives you things in a logical order how the human being would love the story to be like musala salaam has got more mentioned the Quran than any other prophet. He's got 137 places in the Quran where he's mentioned his so his story is longer than the story of Moses of usefully syrup. But Allah decided not to put masala Salaam story in one place. He could, but he but he's spread it out the whole of the Quran. And there's still beauty in that each verse you come

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across you think, Wow, you stop there, you think, Wow, look at the context around it. This this just the way you'd see a tree, you wouldn't just see a tree in the middle of nowhere, you'd have a lovely landscape around it and it's beautiful with the whole landscape around it. And the same way Allah has put these verses in the Quran. But when it comes to the use of is that beauty that well that's beautiful, you know, amazement with this one surah just as the beauty outside of the sutra so let's let's go through it

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allows well he starts by saying that

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nana na kousaka Arsenal cosas I'm going to tell you the most beautiful of all stories.

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And this this Allah says this is the most beautiful of all stories now. What makes it the most beautiful of all story? This is a big question. How can I? How can a story be the most beautiful of all stories, the most? Like the most dramatic, the most beautiful, the most good looking the good another the kind of suitor that you listen to and you want to hear again and again, is proven. How? Tell me when we were young kids love stories. And we heard all these stories and I'll tell you one thing I you know, there's so many stories that we've got in our you know, in our books.

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They're not there. You know, when you grow up and you look back you think

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that's us. That's me man. I used to love that story when I was young. So let's just take one example your jack and the Beanstalk. JACK in the beanstalk. jack is lazy. He doesn't want to do work if you're an adult and you look back and think man one and that is doing he's not listening to his mom is not getting up and working number one second is Jack's mom says take these you know these this cow and sell it for the money he goes and foolish jack goes and he gets a beans in return of a cow

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I mean how and then he comes back and obviously he says yeah I believe in all his and his mom's chatting and why you flew as disobedience of a mother and so on. Then you look after that he know he climbs up and goes Why is it climbing up if you think around what garden climbing up a hole? He goes into the sky without anyone you know. Yeah.

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Well, man, if you didn't want to work, why are you climbing for him? What's wrong with you? Anyway goes in any sustaining

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From a giant in the sky, you know, Sacra stealing comes back and his mother says, Yeah, you know, it's good. Thank you get some more God back again and get some more I mean, all these stories that you've got, they've got, you know, things that and they've been analyzed the wall will say to you is that when you're a young kid, you listen to these stories and you love them, you love them. And when you hear them again and again, you don't want to hear it again, until there comes a point when you say now you know that story is fine, I can read it fine, I can, but there's no meaning no moral and morals, anything coming out of it. So for example, as an adult, now, when I read, you know,

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children's book, to my books to my kids, this, this is so much you're going to get out of it. And then you say, Well, I'm just doing it purely for the language sake, as when the children learn language, but there's no real morals that are going to come out of this any more than what I could take out. But the beauty of the Quran is, and the stories of the Quran, especially of the story of use, Vanessa lamb is that you sit there and you can think, and you can bring out new models every single time. And they just don't end. When you're, if you're a seven, eight year old, and you listen to this story, you will love it. Because you'll find it fantastic. If you're a if you're a 15 year

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old, you will think as a teenager, and you will go through useful lessons story. If you're a 2530 year old, you will think according to that, that age of wow, you know, I'm getting you know, I'm an adult now. And I look at sort of useless, and you take meaning out of it. And you go mid age 3540 and you look in the Quran and look for suitable use of anything. Yeah, well, you know, that's got something for me. And the one who's old will look into this and saying, Yeah, that's for me. Everyone is saying this surah is for me is reflecting me that that's a miracle. And that's what allows wisdom says it's a sin and causes and every part of it gives you new meanings. So let's just

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go through it. So I'm telling you from now that it's going to take us several weeks to get through this surah because there's so much that allows Allah has put in there but whatever we can discuss, inshallah we'll discuss. So Allah says, We met our hyena. Elijah has a locker and this this from the Revelation the Qur'an that I've given to your Mohammed, this is a beautiful, most beautiful story I'm going to reveal to you when contaminate Gabriella Laughlin, even though just before this you you didn't know about this surah so this is how it started. If Allah used to flee Abbey, when use of Allah Salam said to his father, yeah, my beloved father in Neeraj a two I had Ashura Coco Baba, and

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beloved father, I saw 11 stars with shumsa will come out and I saw the sun and I saw the moon, or I, to whom Lisa didn't, I saw them bearing down and frustrating to me. Now, usually seven has the dream. Now, this is the first thing that we're going to say from there. Now, not not everyone has a lot of dreams, this is nothing I'm going to say to you. I know I said a few things about dreams at the end of the last session, but I'm going to tell you more inshallah, as we go along the story, not everybody has dreams all the time, there are certain people who get dreams quite a lot. And there's others who barely get dreams, there are certain people who will just not off. And within that quick

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nod, they will see something. And there's others who can sleep for a full night and full year. And they've probably seen one group somewhere that say, Okay, now, we don't know the reason why this is the case. But this is this is this is the fact. And then there are certain people who will see dreams and they'll be all mumble jumbled. So one of the things that we'll learn from Surah Yusuf is that not every dream is something that you should be concerned about. Because there's one part which is known as a bar for a lamb.

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Lamb is muddled up dreams. And it doesn't tell you anything, he just tells you, whatever you had in your mind, it's just occurring again in the nighttime, and it could be occurring in several different ways. So you see yourself in your house, and you see yourself in your workplace. And he shows up with a friend and he says, I'm with your family, and then something happens and all of a sudden you're eating or whatever else you're doing and you're moving all over the place. So these this is like a model of green This is known known as avasarala. So this doesn't tell you any fact.

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There's another section of dreams that you have and the shaytaan or the devil will come and actually make you see those things, whether it's to scare you whether it's to give you the wrong message, whether it's to misguide you, whatever it is the shaytan comes in, and Rasulullah sallallahu. He spoke about this and he said that the one that shavon cannot resemble is Rasulullah sallallahu himself, he can't resemble his image. Allah hasn't allowed that. Allah hasn't allowed that he could resemble the last one. If anyone thinks that they've seen the grubs The last thing they have to study the Shama in or the characteristics

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The features of the pumps and lots of them through the eyes of the Sahaba, which I recorded in Hadith, which have got good chains, and strong chains and authentic hadith. And if they don't fit the exact image of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi Salaam, and you think the person who dream said, you know, I'm the Prophet, or you've got a feeling that he's the Prophet, that I'm sorry, you haven't seen the progress that allows me has to fit his description found in the ahaadeeth. So that's a second tab, which is at the shaytan could come in and show agreement and misguide people. A third sex section of dreams is to do with the true dreams. Now, what's true dreams true dreams is

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part of Revelation.

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True dreams is part of Revelation. And we've got to understand that but Rasulullah sallallahu was on his deathbed. sallallahu wasallam. He said that nothing from Nevada, nothing from the Prophet hood is going to remain meaning after his death because he is the last of all prophets in LA Roja, a Salah except a pious dream.

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And his he called it 146 of prophethood. What did he mean by that? Well, the whole of prophethood of prophets Allah is almost 23 years, and the first six months of the Prophet sallallahu, asylums Prophethood. life began with true dreams. And it's in Sahih hadith of Bokhari that prophecy Allah would have no dream except the way he described it to her deja vu Allah Hi, in the morning. That's exactly how it unfolded in Makkah, mocha Rama so it's like a deja vu. Okay. And a deja vu if anyone has a deja vu, it's a true dream. Now if you get a true dream, does that mean that you are someone be you know, I'm saying Yeah, I've seen a dream about you, man. I know what's gonna happen to you.

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You know? I don't know what's wrong with some people. They kind of feel they're kind of some kind of Saint because they've seen a dream. They walk with a chip on their shoulder, they walk with a big, you know, puffed up chest and they look down on people and think Yeah, Allah showing me all these dreams. So I must be someone ha you know, honorable in the sight of God. How do you know that?

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And I'm telling you is can nothing to do with you being close to Allah azza wa jal

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except if your life is in accordance to the Sunnah of the Prophet, Allah, Allah, but then you get all these good dreams and fine

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if your life is in accordance to the actual sooner or later, and then you start seeing these good dreams, then it's fine, but you know what you will do, then you will not go around boasting with your dreams, you will not go around putting other people down, you will see the dreams, you'll be concerned. And you will see the drivers for the dreams, which was who was awesome said. And one thing which is absolutely clear is that no person sees any dream of the progress that allows them and makes it like a way or a revelation. Nobody has the authority, even if you see something so dramatic and so real and such a danger, you know, it's gonna happen doesn't matter. You've got no

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right to come and tell the other Muslims that they must listen to you. Because if you do, they don't have to. Nobody has to. If people want to take advice of you because of the dream you've seen about them, that's fine. But you have no authority to stamp it down and say yes in and, you know, you get these messages going around.

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You know, the Imam of Hiram sat in the heroine, and he was in front of the Kaaba in between us on a Friday. And he dozed off. And he saw this dream. and in it he saw the prophets Allah and the Prophet told him this, that this is the last the last part of the of the day of just before the day of judgment. Well, first thing my brother Yeah, have you ever seen any mom of harem in front of the Kaaba dozing off?

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Wake up Giza. We don't do a twofer. And they they're not to be seen around and when they come they come with all the gods my friend. Yeah. And you're not able to even shake their hands and they do the Salah, they're gone again. Have you ever seen one of those in government? I don't know what's wrong with you. Anyway, let's go. So he sees this dream. And that dream. He says to my oma that this is this. These are the days of the last day, just before the last day and it's gonna happen and that's gonna happen.

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And if anybody does not forward this message, or print it and photocopy it, then he's going to ruin his business. Oh, my God, man. What's wrong with these people? As if the profit is going to tell the Imam of Harlem to photocopy some dream of his but not tell people to read the actual Hadeeth in the books. What's wrong with you? And people start photocopying and folding these text messages mokara your business to be

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When you know something's wrong with you, and there's other people in the family in the household they wake up in the morning I've seen him

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What do you think that non Muslims don't see dreams? True dreams? non Muslim see true dreams?

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Yes or no guys tell me

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what's the delay for him?

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Whatever it is gone.

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Sorry. So why don't we won?

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That Thank you. Thank you. The prisoners they were polytheists

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the prisoners in the in the surah they are competing schicke schilke

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they're doing the most, you know, I've horrible thing in the sight of Allah which is they are siding partners with God. And one of them sees this dream, which is a true dream and use of Isilon he gives him the interpretation now,

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so hannula mushnik ally showing him a true dream does that mean that the machine is close to God? No way. No way. This is a last minute His mercy whoever in the world he wants them to see through rooms he'll just distribute it just distributed. So don't you think that you're close to God because you saw some true dreams? And the next thing is that even if you feel that you kind of getting these feelings and visions and nothing's gonna happen forever, it doesn't mean anything except if Allah azza wa jal His Messenger sooner you're following that tells you the closeness of Allah Why am I saying this again? Again? Allah messenger Sunnah, if you follow it, then you're close to Allah,

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otherwise you're not close to Allah, where am I getting this from? This from the Quran Surah Al imraan surah three, and number 31 Allah says Pauline, continue to him gonna laugh at me only. If you really love Allah, if you want to claim that you love Allah, then you follow me. So all of these big pieces, and he shares and these people who are you know, big time, you know, like, they give you you know, the sitting there with a, with a with a turban, that's probably, you know, bigger than, I don't know, bigger than your pillow.

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And inside there with a robe, that's probably better than you're bigger than what could fit in your wardrobe. And then with a stick, and I probably took a tree trunk and put next to them. And then a sit in front of you, you know, all flexed up.

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And with the, with the eyes that are mean, look there, and they say a few words. And it's supposed to be Oh my god, God's given this. Now there are good people out there. Don't get me wrong here. There are true Alia of Allah that don't get me wrong, but they're very humble, my friend, they're very humble. And they don't put all this all this, you know, on their own trying to make themselves look big, because of the way they dress up. And the way they appear and the way they speak. And it's like the man if you don't keep him happy, and if he's, if he's upset with you, then you then you're finished. You know, they don't like that. The real only have a lot of very humble, you won't even

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know that they're close to Allah. But they're so close to Allah, they really don't sit there trying to tell you how you're going to go to hell five because of a dream. You see, whatever the real idea, don't do that. The real idea of Allah that we do as normal people, and they show you the character of the progress on Lhasa. That's the real Alia. That's why the Quran said you're only old Prophet, anyone who follows you. That's a real person who's close to me. So what I want to say to you is that a dream of presence in the green dreams Allah distributes to anybody. mushrik, atheist, Christian, Jewish person, Hindu person, whatever faith is they get with just like, Allah gives his his Rama, on

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you with sleep and with food and with everything else, regardless of whether you swear to Allah, whether you believe in Allah, whether you do sudo to Allah, whether you disobey Allah, Allah will give these things. So dreams are part of that. Now the ruya saleha, Ahuja sada, the true dreams with the proccessing referred to they are true and they give you a message to the person who's seen that they give you a message. Now yes, it's a message for the people you've seen it regarding, but you're not supposed to use it to put them down. If anything, you're supposed to use it as naseeha you use it as good advice. That's it. And you humble yourself in the sight of Allah because Allah is giving

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you this true green. So usually Sam sees sees this true dream and the dream jacoba Serrano straightaway what this dream is, because the acquisition has been blessed with knowing the interpretation of dreams, and jaqua. Islam tells him instead of giving, instead of giving him the interpretation of the dream, he just tells him gives him some advice. He says, Yeah, when I owe my beloved, beloved Son, Natasha sukiyaki

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What they don't tell you dream to your brother's fire key do like a Qaeda because they will start plotting against you. In nasze family in Sanya Dubin shaytan is a clear enemy for the human being. Now, instead of telling him directly the he didn't give him the interpretation, he just said Don't tell him why not. Because the brothers also knew because they in the family and household have a generation of people who know how to interpret dreams. So, Brian, Melissa, then is our calendula and jacoba Sarah and later on it's going to be used by some so useful isn't doesn't know the interpretation of these dreams right now. And that's what exactly Jaco Lawson says in it. Number

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six, he says what can delegate is the vehicle of book, he says, thus allow will allow you to choose you and He will teach you from the interpretation of dreams He will teach you that are you Timonium alcoholic, and he will fulfill His blessings upon you and upon the family of Yahoo meaning the rest of the project is that I will have Kamata, mahalo boy awakening Rhino is hard just as Allah fulfilled it to your two forefathers. Ibrahim alayhi salatu salam. So what he said to him is that Allah will, you know, give you the interpreter, Allah will look after you, Allah will teach you all of this. But just for now, don't tell your brothers now, who are his brothers. He has 10 older

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brothers from another mother.

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And he has, you know, one younger brother Binyamin from his mother. So they're all together the 12 brothers, the first 10 brothers come from one mother, and jacoba son gets married again. And from the second wife comes Yusuf Ali salam, and then bieniemy so Binyamin Jiang is useful as salam is the 11th in the family. And the other 10 brothers

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jacoba salam had them already going out. And they were working and you know, going and seeing not looking after the sheep and looking after fields and so on. So they were they were brothers that were working. And as we use valance lamb,

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Jaco azim had extreme love for this one child, extreme love. Now, there's one thing about you being just unfair to your kids. But the other thing is about love, love sometimes takes over.

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And you just can't help it, that you just have that extra love for this one person and all these other people. And also less and less mother, same thing. He loved all of his wives. He was fair and just to all of his wives, but he couldn't help the fact that he loved our family allow her to have more than the rest of the wives. He just couldn't help them. So he said to a live one blobbies he said, Oh Allah, you know, after he shared something to all of his wives equally, is that Oh Allah, I have been just fair to all of my wives regarding what I have power over like this is in my control to do this.

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But please, oh, Allah, don't take me to task for that thing, which I don't have power over, which is the love extra love he has for each of the alarma he just can't help it. I was made him either that he has that extra love for this one wife of his. But what do you got to remember is that there's going to be jealousy that that gets created.

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And the wives of the Prophet alayhi salatu. Salam found, you know that they want to compete with one another just to get that closeness of the province of Allah has no money, they had incidents, which is not the time right now to go into that. But we've just based upon that Jacobo asylums, children all knew that this one son, it especially, you know, they say that the youngest one usually gets more of your love than the older ones. You know, it's strange how it was created as because the first son or first daughter that comes out, they get the worse? Because you want to get everything right about them, isn't it? You want to get everything right, but you don't want to make any

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mistakes about it. So that's the first one and then the second one comes in, you'll be more easy on the second one. And third one comes in, you're like, Oh, yeah, I've been through before, don't worry, that's not gonna happen. That's not gonna happen. I don't need to be that strict with the, with the third one just as I was with the first and the second one. And that's how it sort of goes. But what you do have to realize is that you could create a rivalry between your children because of the way that you're treating them, especially when you're extra love, if it shows in any way in front of your kids that you're giving favoritism, then is seriously going to tend to what is going

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to turn to jealousy. And Yahuwah sort of knew this, that even though he's a prophet, alayhi salatu salam and this is this is the this is the amazing thing.

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He's a prophet alayhi salatu salam, and he's got children to worry about. Just because the children are prophet doesn't mean that they're perfect. He's got to do his own bit here. So he knows this. And he tells us what I said, um, don't tell your brothers about his dream. Just don't tell him. Now Subhanallah what happens? usually someone goes and he goes and tells him brothers about the dream.

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Why? Because he is young. He is, you know, he's just a young kid, thinking. Now after a little while you think I don't want to get it off my chest, I want to tell, tell this dream. I say it is such a nice dream to see. Can you imagine? He likes to see the whole sun come down bound down to you. And the whole moon and the whole moon, the sun band down to

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1011 Stars by telling Wow, I seen this. He goes excitingly after a little while. I just blurted out to his to his brothers, not knowing what the interpretation of the dream is. and not knowing why his father said not to tell his brother because his father never said that your brothers are going to get jealous of you. Your brothers will do this. Your brothers will do that. He didn't say that. He just said Taiyaki du Lac Ikeda. They will they may plan a gang against you in nasze. Far inside being the devil is a clear enemy of the human being.

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Now, he just said it

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and is not realized. And the older brothers realize what this was. This was clearly a sign that Yousuf would surpass them in a lot of things. And Yousuf would become the center of you know, Allah's great favoritism on him. He would become the best out of all the brothers, he would get everything right now it really hurts. You know why? Because when they go out there, and they told the lands, and when they look after the sheep, guess where user fees he's playing?

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You know, I'm saying that it hurts that little one. Yeah, that's good. That's, that's more beautiful than any of us here. Already. He's got these long eyelashes, and he's got these beautiful eyes and he's got his handsome face here. And he's like, coochie coochie coo with everyone around him. Yeah. And he's playing at home and that he loves him more than anyone else and that he wants to protect him like in any way you know, anything. Always use ways easy ways. Easy, use Easy, easy, easy.

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cheap, cheap, cheap, cheap. And he can use it use it use it. So he gets all the lousy all the all the cuddles and all the kisses and everything else. And there's us sweating all day, came back home looking after the sheep and you know have to wash ourselves after a hard day's work. You know, I'm saying it doesn't it doesn't sound right. And used to smelling all nice inside, you know, doesn't look nice. So Allah says laqad can if you use Huawei, for the IR to be silent, Allah is going to reveal a lot to us through this surah about what could happen to brothers. What could happen to close ones? What could happen to people who are in a relationship in any way, what could happen a

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lot reveals a lot about their life. So first is if color is hollow, when they say this is the number eight or number 12. When they said les Yousuf,

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Yousuf and Binyamin both of them, they are so beloved, oh my god, the love that has for these two 100 horsepower, we got the muscles, we got the strength, we've got the team together, we have to we have to use our muscles and our body, when it's their faces and their glamour that gets them everything they want. That's exactly what it was. nanosphere means that with a hard working ones, they're getting all easy. Why is that the case? In abana, Laffy abahlali mubin our father now this is the sons of a prophet thinking like this, and Allah revealed is for a reason because doesn't matter how pious you are my friend, your children don't become piaces you overnight. You they have

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to go through the same thing that you went through to get pises you right. So so please know there's a big lesson in this doesn't matter how pies you and sometimes people look at a coupler. They look at some parents and they say oh man, and then two are the kids can go wrong. You know, they got such such pious parents that can go wrong who said that

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shaytan goes in their house more than it comes to you. I'd rather I'll tell you that. Shaytan goes more to a house where there's pious people then where there's non pious people because the non pious people shaytan sits back and he says I've done my job. I don't need to go in there. They're worse than me.

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You know, I'm saying the worst to me, when it goes to pass when he needs to go there and they say Subhana Allah, they say that, you know, you know

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this, this scholar said a beautiful thing. He said, If you get the worst suicide in your heart, you get worse suicide and you got whisperings in your heart. There's a reason why that happens. Because a thief doesn't go to a house that doesn't have any valuables. A thief goes to a house where there's something to steal. So shaytan will only come to your heart to give wasa because you got something valuable in the you got a man. You got a man you got believe. So anyway, so this is your house where his brothers are dangling outside, and the same how father, he's in laleli movie now what is the movie me?

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You could say that this this part means he's in clear error. As in, he's made a clear error. And that could be the case. And you could translate this from their view. He's making a big error here. error of judgment.

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But this Bolla word also comes from a root word that gives us the meaning of emotions.

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So it's error made because of emotions. So our father is so emotional, he's just gone off track because of his emotions.

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And because of his emotions, he's now treating us in one way that is not treating us and bieniemy. Now they got to the stage where some of them were this this jealousy was so bad, you could understand that. What could make snow half brothers say this about another half brother? Because they actually brothers end of the day? What would make them say this? That they said they said tolu useful? Killing?

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Wow.

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Really?

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Brothers, half brothers have gone to kill another half brother.

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They're gonna kill it. They're actually saying. Yes. When people look at others and thing, how did they get that big house? How did you get that big car? How did it How did you get all those clothes? Why is this? Why is it more more intelligent than me? Why is she more beautiful than me? How she got all the jewelry on her? Why she got the handbag that makes it makes all the other women look at it, not a mine. Why is that all these differences that we've got? When it gets to a certain stage? Jealousy is the thing that leads to serious crime. As I said to you earlier in the series, the first crime in the heavens was jealousy. The police had jealousy against other men Hmm. And the first

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crime on the earth was jealousy again, he was hobbled on carbon. Carbon was jealous of his brother harville. And he killed him. Right? And this is again, another story that tells us about jealousy is a serious, serious problem within human beings. Now what this what this ruler will teach us is the psychology of human beings. So already what we can see is the reason why this is all happening. And then we see to what extent the human being goes to and these brothers some of them are saying this killing some other said we throw out of them. They said let's just go and throw him into a land that he'll never be able to come back again. He won't find him still his his way back. Yeah, lacuna what

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you abiku Subhanallah The only reason why they did this was they said after we get rid of useless

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we will become the only faces our father will be completely turn you know, tune towards. That's the only reason why they did this. But Allah revealed this. Yeah. flula coma you amico they wanted attention.

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You know, any person that is jealous,

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there's a reason why they're jealous. And the and the primary reason is because they're not getting attention.

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This is a serious sickness, disease. If you know any person who jealous what they want is the one attention. So if you know someone who's jealous of you, how do you defuse the jealousy? And don't tell them?

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Yes, thank you create situations where they get attention.

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That's how you defuse it.

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So basically, if you've got someone who's jealous about you, the thing wrong to do is to carry on building your own attention. Yeah, your jealousy. I'm going to show you I'm going to show you Yeah, you watch you watch it. Hey, guys.

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Yeah.

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So you creating more and more tension to kill that person off to make sure that he kind of dies in his own jealousy. Well, that's not gonna happen.

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When a person is jealous of you, they're looking for attention. And and you need to do the reverse, the more attention they get, and they're able to get and the less Limelight on you. And the less people give you credit or give you attention, the better it is that you will survive this game. Otherwise that person who's jealous allows we will mahalo Khurana they can get too mad.

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Jealousy can lead to murder. And a lot of the cases across the world, that's when it gets to.

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People get jealous of each other because a business rivalry is created. In the end, he just can't take it. He's jealous. The guy's made so much money when he's sitting next door to him with the same stock and he hasn't made anything. He just has a hitman don't kill him.

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A woman jealous of another woman sees her husband is you know, with another woman. And sometimes she gets so jealous. Just do something, Kill him, kill him in his sleep, kill him in the house. hire someone again to kill him. There's so many stories across the world that brothers sisters rivalries that get created. And jealousy is the first thing and eventually it can get to matter.

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And the only way to defuse it again the Quran is teaching us is you got to understand the reason why they're doing it and you diffuse it from there. So for example, you've got someone who's jealous of you the way you look, get yourself out of people's attention now. If it's Facebook, man, just delete the account. Now saying your beautiful with the Facebook as you are without the Facebook. You don't need it to be beautiful with it. Some people are there I don't know why they do this. They have a image on the on their social social sort of, you know, media profile, and they make themselves look so nice before they take that picture. I'm thinking man, you just shooting yourself you know, you

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should go first thing is you're going to first thing is you don't look as nice as what you put on your picture. Guys. Yes sir. Tell me

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you don't look as nice as that. So first is that all these guys are coming for attention towards you. And they're coming for a false person. They're coming for someone who's ugly. uglier than what the image shows them. That's first thing second is you get the attention. It's like yeah, yeah, yeah, look at my profile. They're gonna give me all these selfies. The next thing is you're gonna get a lot of jealous people a lot of jealous people looking thinking

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so that's how you got all that tension. Ah, you put a lovely face of yours on there with all the lipstick and everything else on it or whether it was the guy I know you guys not gonna put lipstick on yourself right but maybe you put something else you know maybe I'm there's guys look guys, listen, we might not put lipstick on but there's ways that you can make yourself look better.

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One way is that you take your picture, then you take it to Photoshop

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and you announce the images guys that do that I'm thinking man you cracked or something.

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They enhance their photo in Photoshop. And they kind of they look into making some look a bit more slim and maintenance look a lot better they put it on what's wrong with you because the person who finally eventually sees you finds you and talks to you will say there's no way you're that person that they saw. There's no way

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and even if you tried to convince them I'm that man I just put a bit of weight on you know, they probably said we're gonna lose that way.

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I'll get to know you. Right so I don't know and the jealousy is a real thing is once once people are jealous of you there are a lot of people who get jealous because of profile because of face because of pictures images. And I'm like why do you want to do that for there's people who've got money they want to make it they want others to know that they've got money I don't understand why you're doing that for those people who've got success. You know, the seven people every time the passing exam, they have to talk to everyone about it. I'm not come on man. Get a life. What are you doing? You're creating a lot of jealousy. Unwanted jealousy. You like advertising Come on. Come on, guys. Come on.

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Look at my son. A star a star a star eisah

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makes me feel so good as a father.

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You think that guy whose son's got a bccc BBB example come out. You think they're going to be looking at you thinking you know? Ah, you know, ah, I'm so proud. You just told me that. He stopped you sitting in that place here. And you have a full five course meal. Yeah. And you're enjoying it and the guys right in front of you and you enjoy your kebabs enjoying your you know all your donors and enjoying all your burgers all live and the guy on his play. He's got he's got mushrooms and peas.

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He's got mashed potato mava he's got three fingers.

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Number you're gonna be there smelling your food. Yeah, don't tell me he's not gonna be jealous of you at least offering some or don't eat it in front of him like that. Don't go down to your son this your daughter's This is my daughter, Mashallah Cambridge, you know, got graduation got, you know, entry into Cambridge, why are you advertising all of that? When the other guy's son is going to end up in some other college a university does not as good as this. And you know, there's going to be feelings. And this is why I'm saying that in a panel in sunny Adobe. It's the it's the right platform for the shaytan to come straight in there and sit in the other person and say, Did you hear

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that? Either?

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What is it? What is it?

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Who do you think he is? Who is

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his son? His son is his son? Isn't this? What you're putting him up?

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Does he think of that back? Does he think that's what?

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They think I'm low? Do you think I'm solo? Ha ha ha, I can't do the akhanda. And every other day you come in and say something good about yourself every other day. Mr. Mohsen. You know what, is he some kind of punk? Is he some kind of you know, this this retort is this that bah, bah blah what is the what? All these feelings come in? And another face then I'm going to act like that man guy. Listen to me. Yeah. Just because you said it. Someone someone smile at you. Someone liked what you said. Doesn't mean that they don't they're not jealous of you. jacoba salaam son, sons, when they had Yusuf Ali Salaam say that it wasn't like straightaway the Lupron

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and a while he was dead, they plotted. didn't do that. They just heard him.

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Hey, that's nice. Yeah.

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Guys, come over here.

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Did you hear that? Did you hear did not review the in front of the Akuma in front of us for so long. They're not going to be in front of the Father. This is all going behind the scenes. So basically, when a person smiles at you in front of your face, and they say good things to you. Be very careful, my friend, when you told them about your success, or when they know about your good success, when they're always coming around to asking you about your success. Don't be first. First, don't be the one who's Blitz roll out. You know, try and hide as much as you can. And say a few nice things fine as as a NEMA whatever. Second thing is, if they know that you know about you, and they're smiling or

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not. Don't think everyone who's smiling and saying, you know, congratulations. Don't think every one of them is giving you the best wishes for your future. There are a lot of good people out there. Don't get me wrong, please know good people, a lot of people you trust your family, your close friends, and whoever will will say congratulations and the meaning. But I'm sure you know which guy

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is going to problem within himself. I'm sure you've worked that out. Because you will hear from the grapevine somewhere, that you know why he made that comment about me to the other person, yes or no guys, that was negative, he made a positive comment about me in front of me, and you made a negative one over there. Now guy do your maths, my friend, your math is simple. When a person this is how you know if someone's jealous of you or not. When the way they act in front of you. They does the same way they act behind your back. That's when you know they're clean.

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Since they act in front of you, in a way and behind your back, they're acting the same way. Like the smile in front of you. They say congratulations in front of you. Or they said nice things about you and then go behind your back and they do exactly the same thing to other people whoever they meet martial law martial in a brother so and so I met martial law he is really good now is really good guy really does. And they say the good things about you behind your back, then you know that that person is not jealous of you. It's not in front of you where you take their test, it's behind your back. But when the same guy in front of you who said lovely things in front of you than was

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somewhere you got something in your ear that come that they mentioned something that was a nice or wasn't entirely. They wouldn't say those words in front of you basically, in the way they said it to that other person. But don't forget, look, please, there's another test you have to do with here, which is the guy who bought you the report, you're going to be able to verify him as well. Uh huh. Because the guy who brings the report, he says, You know what I had, Johnny, you know, Johnny, he said this about you.

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Now, if the guy who's telling you is, you know, Mike,

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Mike's telling you about Johnny. If Mike is not reliable, then history is not about reliable. You got to be careful here. So if you absolutely trust my then take that but don't react straightaway. Don't react straightaway. You've got to hear it from a second or third source that it's happened again. And then your maths adds up. Don't just be reactionary. And don't take every one or every suspicion to affect the Quran tells Moses in Nevada one isn't. Some suspicion leads you to lead you to sin. So if you've heard the ones that this person said

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Then you want to go might want to confirm the person you might want to make who you might want to actually investigate. But you can't always do that you can always just go up to guy, did you mention this about me? Man, you might cause a big fight. So what you need to do is from the grapevine, if you hear that this person said, He's spoken a bit, you know, not so nice about and this person said that and that person or that, Okay, that's enough. Now you know, that this person in front of you, is acting in one way that they don't act behind you, and you match equals that they probably are jealous of you. Or they don't like you for some reason. And if that's the case, my friend, all I'm

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gonna say to you is, you better find a way of giving them attention. So one good way is, if a woman knows that she's beautiful, and this other woman is jealous of her beauty, then the way to kill off her jealousy is to genuinely go and make really nice comments about her beauty about the one who's jealous in front of others. Or even if you're not about beauty about good things that are last given, just say Marsha, Marsha, she's got a she's got a she's, she's really good with her, you know, the way she conducts with others in front of others, praise her and praise her, praise the one who's jealous of you. And when you do that, you start diffusing it because then they get the attention

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they want, attention comes off you. And that's how jealousy starts go away. But if you don't do anything, either, like in the case of use or SLM, you know you Susilo is loving his time with daddy. And the brothers are outside working every single day, and the jealousies crept in, and they're trying to, you know, nothing's changing. And he's seen his dream that's gonna make him this star of the whole family in the future. And they know that then they come to this, where they wanted the attention of the Father. And the final thing I will say is what the coolroom embody obon Salim Subhana, Allah, they said, You know what, we're gonna, we're gonna do this one act of crime. And

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after that,

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what the whole human body comments on and after that, all of us are gonna be the most pious individuals you can ever find. We're going to be the best people you've ever met.

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is what people do about a crime they justify in their heads. Now, there's a lot for me to say on this. So today, we've ended the session. But next week, we're going to go from this point, which is the psychology of the people who want to create a crime, what is it that they do to justify themselves to make that crime because you have to justify your beliefs, and this is one thing they did, and all criminals, they justify something in their minds, that is okay for them to do the crime because after the crime, there's going to be change, and for that change is worth it to do what they're doing right now.

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inshallah, I'll see you next week.