Analysing The Lives Of The Prophets – Episode 45

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Analysing the Lives of the Prophets 45_ Yusuf Part 10 by Shaykh Hasan Ali

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Are you coming

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to Salina b2b

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learn no 100 let me know salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad, Allah Allah He was high we had nine.

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Brothers and sisters, welcome to another session of use of Elisa Salaam. And as you can see, from last time that we got to the end of last week series that there is now a case where things have changed. The whole whole game that his brother has been playing for all these years has changed.

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And what Allah wants to teach us through this is, no matter what crime you're doing, no matter what, no matter how many people you've got with you, no matter how much backing you got with you, one day or another is going to catch up with you. One day, another, the tables are going to change, the tables are going to change. And what's really important is that the believer should understand that if it doesn't change in this world, it's going to change the attitude. And the way that the way that you civilizer as brothers have completely now found themselves in a real pickle, and they don't know what to do and how to approach their father, after Binyamin has also been held back. And they're

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trying everything they can to justify what has happened and to make, you know, to declare the innocence. But as you can see, that that the days of having, you know, the mighty power has come to an end, these are now the days of weakness for the brothers, because they've come away a long way away after thinking that they've got rid of useful Islam. And now, they face a situation that they themselves have to probably, you know, either

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either face the father saying, Well, you know, I don't want to see you sons anymore.

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I don't want to know about this, this goes on for too long. And now second one. So now that they're really really thinking, how, how are we going to face this with our Father, what I want to say to all of you guys is that no matter how many people or how many guys that are out there, weakness eventually comes over every single human being. There's never been on this earth ever Allah has allowed a civilization or a group of people to rule. Even if it's been a dynasty or an empire, Allah has never allowed that to rule to, you know, for centuries and centuries on. even look at the even the different Islamic empires, even they had different folds and rises and so on. And any

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civilization that came even on this earth that we stand on, on this earth, we stand on, so many civilizations have gone by, and we are here today. And this is this is our last day. So this is on a large scale on a smaller scale. And societies they change every every decade, every few decades, a whole societies change outside, I mean, I can talk about this machine here, this machine here, you come 20 something years back, it was totally different from the faces they used to see there's only a few faces that you see from the original people that were here when this machine was founded. And even this must have moved about two three different times to the came here. And even after that the

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faces you see today, you you never saw 10 years ago, and 10 years time from today, the faces you're going to see you won't have seen you know today, and and the attitude, the behaviors they bring are going to be totally different from every single set of people that came around. So anyway, what's happened is that the brothers have given you know, the eldest brother, they say his name was rebel. He said to the rest of the brothers, I'm not leaving this place, you know, go back to father and tell him that your son, you know, Binyamin, his stolen, and that now we've been absolutely absolutely honest with what we saw. So at the end of last week, I told you that they gave all their

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different evidences that they could this time trying to compound the fact that they are not lying. So

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these words were in Allah for the corn in it number 82. So the use of that were absolutely honest. They said the same words, the last time when they when they made use of Allah Salaam disappear. So they using the same words again, but with this this time has been very different because they've used a lot of different evidences, they've said look at these people, as those people as the people that were with us and so on. So they finally come to their father and they break the news. This is iron number 83.

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And Jacobo esalaam says Ben so well at lecom and pasukan amaura for somboon Jamie

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Now if you remember the first time when they when they made useful SLM disappear, that was ID number 18. of the same surah I have one eight of the same solar. When it came with the with the,

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the shirt and under shared there was blood. He said exactly the same words. And so wallet lakum and first komamura for sovereign Jimmy, he said your your, you know, hearts have just made up something you you want it to come to me with something that you find

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adorable to yourself when you know it's evil. You possibly he didn't say directly. He didn't say you've done something wrong. And now you're you're trying to switch it and change it. He's saying that your heart's like, you know, they they like this kind of thing where there's something fishy going on. Right? If you're gonna say you're gonna say the least there's something fishy going on. So the thing is, we know from what Allah is telling us is Allah is revealed to us that in the first instance Yahuwah Salaam, and he said it it was true, there was something fishy going on, things weren't adding up. And I told you that when I covered that in a week's time, but this time round for

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your question to say, your heart, you know, adorn something and you kind of find it. Find that that is easy for you to say this but I am kind of spending something fishy here.

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This time you know, in I number 83 is not true. These these guys are being honest. Now Subhan, Allah, Allah, we let them we let a massive lesson, a big lesson. What is that? Well, apart from

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other things, I'm going to say one big lesson we learn here is that if you are honest, in the way you feel, if you are honest in the way you feel to someone, and you've been absolutely honest about it.

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And you think with all the different evidences that you summed up, you think this is the truth. But you are on falsehood,

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you are false. So basically, someone's done something, and you kind of think Nanana

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I'm thinking I've got my suspicions on so and so. suspicions is not something which you're absolutely certain, but you've got suspicion.

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And that's your genuine feeling. It's not that you're trying to make things up. It's not that you're trying to ignore evidence. It's not you're not doing any of that.

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In the end, what will happen to you on the day of judgment?

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Will you be accounted for yourself being absolutely honest. The thing is Allah, Allah told us that you're not supposed to blame someone or throw suspicion on someone without investigating.

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Now here clearly jaqua salam is not throwing the blame on them. He's not saying that you've hit Binyamin. He's not saying that you did the same to Binyamin as you did to us. But all he's saying is that matters don't seem, you know, clear to myself for some reason, Jimmy, I'm going to have the same patience as I had with use of Alexa. I'm going to have a beautiful patience. Now thinking that that's not that's not what you should do here. And the first time around reverted the second time now we gave blown and I gave you the same thing that the time to tell him that we're being absolute honesty, we haven't done anything is true.

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Now, the big lesson we learn here is that

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you are being honest that you've taken one of the evidence, what is the evidence that jacoba Allison took?

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Well, here is where we see what happens when you cry, wolf.

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Now the famous thing about crying wolf, the famous story, there's a boy at the bottom of the boy at the top of the hill is looking after some sheep. And he does the town people at the bottom of the hill there. They've got a marketplace there. And just for the fun of it, he comes down and he says Whoa, whoa, whoa, velocity will come out and they go to the top of the hill and they see there's no Wolf and he goes

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second time does that same thing. And third time to the real world comes. And then he cried, whoa, whoa, everything's out. Forget it. Well, yeah, we've heard that before and it was really one of the sheep. So the moral of the story is that you know, don't cry wolf. Don't don't don't lie when you're when when you haven't got anything around. Now, what happened is because the sons lied, first time round,

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and it was clear that they had too many there's too much evidence surrounding them that they lied. They bought a shirt with blood at which he was clear. They like clear that you're lying. How can I How can a wolf come to a country boy and say, Hey, hang on, let me take your shirt off.

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And unclogging and then and then devouring? I would I would I won't do that. So there's clear evidence that they're lying because they lied last time straightaway the father for well, Usual Suspects straightaway the file for Well, you've done it before. It's not going to be very hard for you to do it again for you to make my other other son disappear. But he didn't blame them see this is the thing. What we're not supposed to do is with the usual suspects scenario is that just to say yeah, it's you again, isn't it? It's you again, isn't it because that shows your teen otaku, which means you're absolutely certain they have done something. Nowhere in the surah does jacoba salam say

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that they are they are liars.

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He doesn't say that you have done this. He doesn't accuse him of saying you you are you know criminals for this crime that you have committed. He doesn't do that. He just says I will do suffer. I will have patience. So again here he's doing the same thing. The other thing that we learn from here is that we ourselves

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and again, Jaco Allah Salaam is doing this because he's not reprimanding his his children here. He's not saying that you guys read this because you did this use of before and now you tell him Binyamin. He didn't reprimand his children. What we need to learn about this is that you've got to give people a chance. And you're going to do that. You've got to give people a chance. You've got to make them feel still, that they can be trusted, even though they have done things in the past that is wrong. Now this is probably very difficult for many of us. How can you show your trust and your faith in people who have betrayed you in the past? It's a difficult one. So what did you say?

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He says in 1983 says De La Hoya TNA vision Jamia

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Allah azza wa jal, I have faith in him that he's going to bring all of them to meet together. Now who's all of them? Number one is useful. Number two is bieniemy. And number three is rebel they are the son that stayed willingly over there in Egypt. In Nauvoo, Allah Halima Hakeem, he is the one who is most knowledgeable and he has the most wisdom. Now what he did is by saying this, after saying this, he turned his back on his on his children, his nine children that came to tell him about Binyamin Bella stolen in missile and kept back he turned his back on them and he said, Yeah, I'll use

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all my sorrow for you so Oh, my sorrow for use of Now don't forget he's got his back towards his nine children. And his his saying this out of grief.

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Now, well, hang on a minute. He's just heard the news about who Binyamin

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Why is he talking about you so

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has a big there's a big you know that you scratch your head now the Pura is has been placed there, Khurana has replaced with every single word will teach you something new. Don't underestimate the Quran with anything that it is

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not even a single letter the Quran is extra Allah did not waste his letters, waste the words inside the crown. So what is what is the Quran telling us? And why is this a useful instead of yes of Allah Binyamin.

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The Quran is teaching us that when you have been hurt with one grief.

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And that grief has been has been continuous in your heart for some time, but it's been suppressed.

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When a new wound, when you when you're wounded again, similarly to the last time you were wounded, then the first time you are wounded, that, that soldiers inside you that comes to surface again.

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Okay, so for example, if if you were if you were struck once, by losing a job, that was really keeping your house together, you lost the job and you felt really bad, why was redundant I you know, I could have could have kept the job I was doing such a nice job, but they may be redundant. The second time you become redundant. It not only hurts you for this second time, but it also helps you for the first time. It helps you for the first time. And this is something which you know with anything could be with illness, it could be whatever it is grief is something of the same kind of grief once you hurt the second time. It makes the first time come alive. Like for example, if

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somebody loses a Father and the Father passes away.

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Great a lot of grief. But afterwards when the mother passes away, it renews the grief of the Father.

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When the mother passes away, of course the grieving over the mother by renews the grief of the father passed away or if the mother passed away first and then the father renewed

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the grief of the third person that passed away. So the Quran is teaching us that this is natural what what does that look like teaching us? And this is what has an apostle rahimullah. He said, he said the beautiful thing he said, I don't see a lot reprimanding Yusuf Alayhi Salam for his grief. In all this whole chapter that we're going through, you know, grief over grief, we don't see a lot telling Yahoo as an author, you know, what is this? have trust in me Have faith? No, no, I'm not saying that. What does Yusuf al Islam do next? Well, after he has such a grief, and he's been crying for such a long time,

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if you have not, his eyes turned white. So what happens is the darkness and the middle of his eyes were becoming whiter and whiter. Now they become almost completely white. So you lost the color of his of his, of his pupils lost the color of his of his eyes.

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And this Allah says mineral Hosni because of grief, this has happened for who or Calvin, therefore, he became someone who's continuously suppressing his anger, and he's suppressing his feelings. Now we learn again, a big thing from him, which is

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what Jacqueline is doing obviously, is he's taking the he's taken the grief, and he's taking the burden onto himself. He's not

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manifesting any of that and showing his children that now what you're the, you're the cause of my grief, is not silent. If he was to allow it to come out, you know, sometimes your burden is something when you allow it to come out, when you get it off your chest,

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makes you feel good. When you cause damage,

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you cause damage. Sometimes when you take us and you lay it all out,

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and you have a god, someone, it makes you feel good, because you just left letter full esteem.

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But what it does is, you know those words, you just said that it's going to help the other person, you know that. So there's damage both ways. If you don't let the steam off, then is going to start to have a physical effect on your body is the thing that we let we learn from you. And if you do let it off, you're probably going to hurt someone and that's going to, you know, turn to something else in the future in terms of politics with your family or society or whoever, whoever you know you're talking to. What we learn from here is that when a person over time suppresses their feelings, then it will have an effect on your body.

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It will definitely have an effect on your body and even then allies not reprimanding jacobellis enemies not turning him off for this. And then his eyes going wide mufa soon some of them have said that he actually became blind. And some of them say that his eyesight become very became very, very weak. Both both, you know, quotations are there.

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You can go with whichever one you want. Because they more or less come to the same thing either. It's got very weak eyesight because of it. Oh, he became blind. Because of you know, the husband Allah says because of the grief that he's got inside. Now, his children turn around to him, the nine children that are there and they say in the next I this is number 85 Tom law we swear by Allah testa otel Guru use of you just still remembering use of can you just give up with Yousuf it's been so many years since his last use for us and you you continuously doing this? How takuna how are we telling you that you will get into such an illness that will almost destroy you out? akuna minal

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halycon oh you're actually died because of this grief. Now, why did Allah add these words? Why do you love report these words from the from the children Why? Because this is what any human being will take himself to if you suppress your grief inside. Now again, Yahoo is doing this because the the longer term benefit is there for him and his family members if you suppress his own grief, if he doesn't bring it out. Guys, it's really easy to do an armor of the alarm on home.

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Listen to me careful. carefully listen to me. It's easy for someone to become a mobile the alarm.

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But it's difficult for someone to become a robot.

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You can say what do you mean by that?

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The alarm was straight forward, straight. We do something in his madness in his presence. So you are

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avacado Viola Han who will sought you out but he'll do it.

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in a different way,

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he'll do it with a lot more wisdom. He was the deep thinker.

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And a lot of the times when we hear because of the alarm, he had 10 years, 10 years of reading the Islamic empire and I will look at it a lot. So I had only two years. But it is aroma of the Allahu who clearly says himself, that I wish I could become a Buddha.

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Why?

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Because it's easy for a man or a woman to become straightforward, and to say what you believe, and to empty your heart out that that was on the alarm. He just emptied his heart out. He never kept anything inside. Google it as if he felt good towards you or bad towards you. He just emptied it out. But he was Abubakar, the alarm. And that was the one that was difficult to understand. He was the deep thinker, he would look at the consequences. And I will walk out of the alarm on who he is doing was closer to Rasulullah sallallahu. Listen, we're not degrading our model the alarm, please don't get me wrong, I'm not putting the alarm down. I'm not doing that. Please don't get me wrong.

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Mr. Delano was really, really, really excellent as an individual, very, very high individual. But we're all I'm saying is, I woke up at the alarm was higher.

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He was greater by a degree. And this is the degree and what what Ally's teaching through the suta to us is

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you could be in a problematic situation. And psychologically, it's affecting you. But you've got to you've got to look at the consequences of what it is if you allow your grief to come out in terms of your own words and having a go at the people around you for the for the mistakes you think they have made, or the for the crimes that you think that they've done, is better sometimes to suppress it and to go like that. And Rasulullah sallallahu did that for a long time in Makkah for 13 years in Makkah, he didn't allow his his true feelings to come out towards the people. He and and even in Medina, he did the same thing. And, and you know, it's very sad, sometimes I'm just gonna add this

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one little thing. You know, whenever you study history, like if I was to tell you to look at the 20th century history, you pick any book up in 20th century history?

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Tell me if I'm wrong, right, you're going to see battle war war, you're gonna see World War One, World War Two, you're going to see the

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Vietnam War, you're going to see the whole partition in India Pax era, you can see the divisions of all these lands and you're going to see again, France at war with this country and vision at war with this country in Spain, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, Egypt, Turkey, then the Suez Canal on the wall. I'm a writer. I'm not a very sad. So it's sad that whenever you look at history, the first thing that comes to your eyes is what is something that is conflict, war, crime, and so on.

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But within amongst that, if you look at the 20 century, there's been so many good things that have happened in terms of development, that unless you dig deep in in history, you won't find all of them straightaway.

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The same thing about Syria whenever anyone looks back at the zero the proposal awesome, they see batla Baba, Malabo, malaba conquest of Makkah, that's the first come. It's sad. Because the beauty of the real sooner the Prophet salallahu wasn't really battle. It's really sad a lot of our youngsters, they come across this literature and they get you know, they get hyped up about battle battle battle. It's not about this battle battle battle, these were just a few things that happened in the entire scenario, the purpose of the lawsuit, if you look deeply into this area, you will see, you will see a pearl that's hidden in a shell deep in the ocean. And that's that's the true essence

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of the purpose of the law. You'll see beauty after beauties like a moon that is shining, full moon that is shining, but you've got a bit of cloud in front of you. Just because you see the cloud doesn't mean that the moon doesn't exist. Just because you see the clouds covering the moon doesn't mean that doesn't mean that the moon is in there. So what I want to say to you is that when it comes to conflict, if you want to understand how to deal with conflict, you have to go to those hula salons and of course, Prophet sallallahu wasallam didn't do exactly exactly did. He, he was very, very much balanced in many ways. Now what he was doing was the right thing for him in his context.

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And this is another thing we learn is that why did Allah mentioned 25 prophets in the Quran, when he could have just filled the Quran with the stories of Mohammed Salah Lhasa, that would have been enough for us is because it's because yaku Bala Salaam is in a situation alone himself that Mohammed Salah Larsen would never be in

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use of ally Sam goes through his

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Through a life if you look at in detail, Muhammad Sallallahu wouldn't go through exactly the same thing. So the man I slammed his empire and his his, you know, kingdom, Mohammed Salah wouldn't rule like that.

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His nature is different.

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You look at every single NaVi and you study them and you see there's something different about them. Why did Allah mentioned 25? profits is because he's trying to give us a variety of understanding of how allows us to live so he's trying to say to us yes, sometimes you become like Jaco depends on your situation, you got to look at your context in the context Jaco does an amazing is that he's got 10 sons. And, and if you was to take it out his grief out on them, he's very old himself. He doesn't know where he's gonna be tomorrow. He don't know where he's gonna be tomorrow. If he wants to do that. He's in a small, you know, shanty town somewhere in Jerusalem, in a in a probably, you know,

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house that is not even, you know, well built, and is probably thinking, Well, that's it, that could be the end of me if I was to carry on having a go at my children. That situation is different from the situation of Rasulullah sallallahu. Someone is in Makkah, even Rasulullah. Naka is different from him in being Medina, and even being in the first year of Medina is different from him being in the eighth year of Medina. And you gotta see which context do I fit as a human being? Which profit Do I look at which part of the Syrah Do I look at which part of his life to look at to try and see what I should do so even use when is when is young is different from when is in the world is

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different from when he's in the palace is different from when he's in the prison is different from when he's become a governor and the ministry and take taking the Minister of this whole whole region is different.

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And you have to relate to whichever prophet you find and then adapted yourself, who was more, you know, closer to that to an understanding a deeper understanding of that was our karate alarm. I'm not saying that Mr. Delano didn't understand any of this. No, he did. And if you look at even our Model B, a lot of throughout his life, from the first time he becomes a Muslim, till the end of his khilafah time you see it, you see a change.

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You see change. First, he was very, very outspoken. And then as the days go on, as the years go, he understands more and more and it becomes karma, karma with the system and how he deals with situations. So anyway, coming back to this, what is a lot of teaching us allies teaching us that? You You may cause damage to yourself by prolonging your grief, but you have to choose whether it's going to be adequate. I said I was going to go with Are you going to go with some other prophet alayhi salam, depending on the context, and they thought the children thought that you know what? Dad is killing himself thinking about use of Alexa and why is it complaining? Now here's where jaqua

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lesson stops and don't forget that his back is already towards his nine children. And he says, in school bethey, we're Hosni it Allah says, Don't you think that I am making a complaint to you guys about my son uses? He hasn't done that all these years. He hasn't said they're sending to tell me his son's 10 sons, sons. I'm missing my son used to

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address them and say, he's been only addressing Allah azza wa jal and asking Allah for the return of useful. So he says ash, Kumasi I'm putting my complaint of my grief

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of my of all of this that I'm displaying in front of you. It's to Allah.

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Wa RLM in Allahu Allah tala. I know from Allah, but you don't know. I know from Allah, which you don't know, what is this telling us? Well, the first thing tells us that jacoba Salah Muslim, expressing his sorrow, over use of Asana to any of the creation, that he was expressing his sorrow to Allah xojo was number one.

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And that is what Allah is teaching us as as long as you connect to the law with your sorrow and grief, you can release as much sorrow and grief you want for this, you know to Allah azza wa jal is fine. But don't start complaining. If you want some Jimmy, if you want a really good server, the best server that ambia have displayed. You just display to Allah, Allah azza wa jal, I just remembered one thing that was supposed to say to you, I said to you earlier in the series that there's only two places where subwords abilities in the Quran. One was the other I just told you when when they first came to Yahoo, I said, I'm on the second one just now today, but there's

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actually a third one we're allowed to do that he turns to Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam and he asked him to do something

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So come back to this. He says that I know something from Allah, which you don't know. And the more facilities have said, how is it that jaquar is a nosy so either it's because of why Allah has directly given what he talks about them about useful action of being alive. Some others have said that okay, that is all that is always possible for a profit. Some others have said that it was the dream of use of allies alarm that kept Yahuwah Salam believing that he can't be dead.

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Because Because what jacobellis and I'm so is he so in use of highlights around that he is the seed of prophethood after jaqua. Don't forget, it's coming in a line. So it was the right one and then it was his Hawk, from his heart It was Yahoo. Right? And from from Yahoo, its use over etc. So what Jacobi seeing here is, he's seeing that out of all my sons, this one, Allah has chosen to become the Prophet.

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Now, if Allah did choosing to be a prophet,

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Allah doesn't just make a prophet disappear at a young age, because he brothers have had hatred towards him. And they tried to say that a wolf of internet doesn't do that.

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He will make that profit grow and come to prominence. And the other thing is, the actual dream of UCLA or USC philosophy says that eventually the dad, the mother, the 11, brothers come to use of Li Salam. And they bow in front of him out of respect, because of the the arm and the status that Allah has given you civilized enough, that hasn't happened yet. That was a dream of a potential profit.

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What that means is prophets, normally their dreams absolutely true, that their dreams will occur. 100%. So when Jacobo doesn't realize that his son seen his dream, he knows that that day still has to come. So what he is worried about is what is my use of going through till he gets to that stage? What is my use of going through in life till he gets to that stage when I, my wife, and 11 others who are 11 sons of God will go to hear about him in respect. So he is he said that I know from Allah, which you don't know.

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Could we come to the next verse? Now? Don't forget again, he hasn't reprimanded his children. At seven, he says, Yeah, Benny. Oh, my children either have to go from here. Fattah has set you on go and start looking searching for use of Isola. Now, there's one wording in Arabic That is the hassle.

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Another one in Arabic is digest says the hasta su means to search for something which is good and justice to means it means you searching for something evil, the Justice who is used for spying, to to give the meaning of spying and the hassle is when I press it is going and looking for something which is good and higher and beneficial. So he says go and look for the good What good of Yusuf and his brother go on search for use of gone search for his brother Binyamin while at I assume rohilla and don't bring inside yourself any despair from the from the hope of Eliza Roshi lesbian use the word roll What does Rory row means real meaning O'Rourke is you get you get a chance to breathe,

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you're able to breathe meaning that you can be relaxed. When things get constraint when a person feels that you know what the situation getting so constrained that you kind of feel that your whole chest is sometimes you know, some sometimes in closing within itself, by an unlock all the way. So sometimes you can even feel that the Earth itself with his expansion has become something that's restrained upon you because of your feelings. Now, that situation where you what you need is you need a lot to make you be relaxed again and breathe again and feel that you are comfort. Normally despair comes when a person brings so much onto himself that he feels that

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how am I gonna How am I gonna get through this? But you know what you what the lesson is here is that has a lot change in any of this. Tell me this if you're having a bad day, has that made a law change from what it is? Yes or no. Congress so know. If you feel that someone's passed away. Does that make a law have now been a new day

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or a Sunday

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You know, if you happen and you're rejoicing, and you're elated, and you kind of feel wow, you know, I'm on top of the I'm on. I'm on cloud nine today. Yeah. Does that make a lot feel also the same way? No, whatever happens to you and your mind doesn't make any change to Allah. So now let's look at it the other way. Allah has told us you trusted me.

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I can open any door I want. I can close any door no man can close. I can open any door no man can open. Allah said to us.

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He can open things for us when it's a dead end.

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Allah told us there is no dead end for me. He said why in the Houma Fatiha like for him, he got the keys to every single door you can imagine any opening you want to do that. Now when I let he's got the power to do what he wants, and you're having a bad day here thinking man, I'm in a real bad situation. It couldn't have got worse than this.

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You got to flip it over and think you know what, I might think that everything closed like this. For Allah. Nothing's closed. For Allah nothing is closed, nothing has been closed for Allah there is nothing that stops him. Now with this belief, what you got to believe what you believe is nobody should become hopeless of Allah bringing you relief and a breathing situation nobody should become the one who is this a disbeliever in Allah becomes like that the one who's I'm thankful to allow is not close to Allah become like that, but a movement and a believer he does not get into a situation ever because of his belief is belief is that a lot can still get me out of this. And I'm gonna just

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do a quick stats with you telling me this brothers here and with honesty with a mountain this year. Have you ever been in a situation in your life where you thought that's it? Didn't that didn't. And you turn to Allah, solely to Allah. And Allah didn't open the way for you. It doesn't happen now on your hands upon right now. That's our 1-234-567-8910 1112 1314 1516 1718 1922 2023 2020 3031 3030 40 Allahu Akbar about 40 to 43 Allah.

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As you know, I've done this over and over again, with large crowds. And I've seen the same thing today, there's probably about 60 people or maybe 50 people here, I'll be about 40 to 43 Abu Hamza, Allah, you know, I've been in a situation as well, few times in life, where you think this is it?

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This is and you turn to Allah, and it and it just, it just opens. It just opens. And that's a lot. So what we learn from here is jacobellis ronzo everything's against him he's still saying don't do so because of the few things that now and it would be more profound if it was just because of the dream that is believing in all of this but anyway

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they come to make up to us well Islam

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fella hollow alley they come all the way back from Jerusalem to missile the nine brothers

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and they enter upon you know, they they present themselves in front of us while Islam and they say yeah you Allah zizo Ministro

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must Sunnah

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we have suffered

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we have suffered greatly Our family has suffered greatly would it not be without it Mozart

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our Father has sent us we have come to you again as a family and we need more you we need more food from the provisions that you've got.

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But we are not able to bring you the same amounts of you know great things like coins and gold coins and other things that we bought the previous time. We're not able to present that to you this time. We've only bought you things in our house that if others gave to other people, they would reject it. Some of us even have said they even brought butter from the house butter and other things that they could just about you know, present a something it was nothing significant. So if they were to present this to other people, they would reject it. They said foul feeling okay.

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Please fulfill our sacks for us in return on these petty items and things that we bought for you. What the sub the Paulina, no minister, okay. Oh minister,

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because some say that again, I want to just say

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thing that some believe that he became king even by this time and some say he was still the Minister of Agriculture, as I've said to you before,

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he said what are some of the pollina?

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Give us charity.

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We're in this great need right now, in Allaha, Xin mata souderton Allah will give return and he gives return to all those who give in charity Subhana Allah wa salam saw the situation, they're completely broke. Now. These are the same brothers that taunted him, attacked him, bullied him, tried to get him killed. These are the same brothers for many, many years. They've been oppressing his brother Binyamin. These are the same brothers who are at the height of their pride and they will not come down and today they're broken and mashed in front of use of Alexa. He couldn't hold back.

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He thought he'll reveal it at another time. But he couldn't hold back at this time and use of Alexa lamp. So that led me Let me ask them directly the question.

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He said, and the thing that we learn from this is I number 88, is that the father said to the sons go and search for who

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uses an Binyamin, his brother being me. They come to they come to the Minister.

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And instead of saying, look, we want binyon back is that as the most obvious thing you would have thought we want Binyamin back, please our father is his eyes have gone white and his grieving for so many years. Obviously, they're not going to say about yourself, because that's a crime they're trying to hide. But even if they were to say that that would have been some other evidence, at least we need this. You know, this is a situation where we hear a missile. They did

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Yahuwah Salaam gave him a plan. Before they came, he said go we need some more goods anyway. But take these few items and go with this. And basically power calama law depended on the law and try and see where the hate comes from. As to how the law when

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you think about it, that there is no way they would find useful by going down this pathway. What is teaching us allies teaching the sometimes you looking for something, you won't find it when you're not looking for it, you will find it

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happens about somebody looking for something he says the whole house

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three times all over, going through every cover every second, everything you've got every drawer you've got and you don't find it. And then another random day comes you just pull out somewhere in the corner. Mark is being lying here. Yeah. What Allah teaches us is that when he wants to open a pathway for someone, he don't need you to even go down that road.

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He don't need you to even go down that road. He can make you go down another road where you thinking, Man,

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I'm finished. I'm history. And then he opened the door for you. He can open door for you where he wants. So yeah, hold on this gave them a way to go and try and get something back. And when they go through this manner. They don't they don't even realize who they're talking to.

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And your user license themselves and are linked to my file to be useful.

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Do you know what you did in the past with Yusuf

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and his brother last time

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it's gonna hit them. Wonder this man sitting here going to know about some person called use. Of course they mentioned

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a brother of Binion Grimm in the presence last time they said if you stolen then his brother before installed they didn't even then mention the name use of how does this man come out with the name Yusuf?

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And he says yeah, hola you Saracen says, Do you remember what you did? With Yusuf and his brother? If and when you were ignorant people when you are people, one with Jacqueline Jaiden means that you were ignorant of the real action that you were doing the consequences of it. Allah causes it whenever we sin or we do something wrong. Allah says that you go into ignorance. Why? Because you are ignorant of what's going to happen to you tomorrow about the sin that you're committing.

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They gave him a glance, and they looked at him and they said, and they Yousuf

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I you use

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Could it be that your shoes and the look and thinking man, we never thought about this?

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This young boy that we had brother that we had really handsome and these guys blended, you know?

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Couldn't be there That boy is transformed to this man.

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And Could it be that we're looking at YouTube? They said this out of a, you know, like, Are we really seeing it is a user Carla Anna useful? He said I am. And this is my brother Binion cosman, Allahu Allah, Allah has showed his favors upon us, Allahu Akbar. You know what this what this teaches you brothers is that, you know, you're going on sisters, you're going through this difficulty and all along, you never realized that Allah planned that when he's going to finally make you successful in the future, you're gonna look back at that anything was that it?

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Was

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I'm serious about this.

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All the days, absolutely no one sitting here, who doesn't have a problem in life? This world has been driven by some, you know,

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my share, had had some people come to me when I was coming to him and asking him the same that you know, about this problem and that problem or the problem.

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So there was a there's a group of people that came in and said, but share you know, this has happened and share that has happened, I tried to calm them down and tell them that you know,

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deal with it, as you know, trying to have some sort of deal with them. But share this happen. And he said he turned around he said

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this is dunia.

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This is the dunya This is the world

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as it are you guys that he didn't say these words what I'm interpreting what he meant by saying that those words.

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Are you guys

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dreaming of a perfect world here? Where you have no problems? or dying and I happen

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to ever happen. There is no man or woman on this earth. Who lives no matter how many luxuries? Or how many, you know, discomforts they have or whatever they have out of it. There is no man without a problem. There's no woman with that problem. And you know what? The people who are more rich than us, they have more problems than us.

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You get more suicides.

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So unless use as a deep man, not only that, but even if you don't have suicide, somebody might signal as a bit bias. That's okay, fine, fine. Their problems of the politics that happened within the within the families is way worse, and what you're dealing with what I'm dealing with.

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Now,

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what I want to say to you is Allah azza wa jal has only planned this what you saw as insane saying is a man Allahu Allah, Allah show disfavors upon us. when the day comes, when Allah shows his favors upon me and you brothers and sisters, and explains why the whole world was the way it was for you and me. We just want to say, you know what Allah, you've been, you've been showing your favors on us throughout the whole thing. I am the one who messed up by thinking x, y, and Zed. No man kills himself more with his problems than the problems he creates within himself. Because he says, Oh, my God, because this is happening, that's gonna happen. And that's gonna happen. And then I'm going to

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be like this. And all people are going to be thinking bad of me and lo of me, but all these other thoughts are you just made up a lie, never lie, never told you to make all those things up. You just made those up. Your problem is just your problem. And everybody's got problems little more, everyone's got problems. But anyway,

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he says in Romania, Turkey, now he gives now the secret of having a successful life by the love of analysis. This is the this is probably

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this is probably the recipe of anybody who wants to think Well, how do I make get myself successful in the problem that I'm facing? When he says he tells us in a humungous

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whosoever will display the awareness, the continuous awareness of a loss or whoever will display the fearful loss. Why us whoever will display their patience for Allah. In Allahu Allah you agree or agile mursaleen Allah will never bring about failure to the people who have excelled with these good actions. Allah will not bring you failure. What Allah wanted me in you to do all along with all the problems we had is just to display these two things. taqwa Saba. Be aware of Allah, the man who wants to talk

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metaphor means that I'm not going to say things with my tongue to people I shouldn't. With my body, I'm not going to do things I'm not supposed to do with my eyes, I'm not going to look at things I'm not supposed to do. And so

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Allah give certain people money. And he wants to see whether they shall taekwon Allah give certain people no money. And you want to see whether they showed up on the people who didn't give money to you wants to see whether they're going to steal or not the people who gave extra to you and see whether they're going to use it or misuse that money. There's there's both ways of being tested. And all along all our lives. All I wanted to see is, do you have the right talk while you show me in this situation? I've just put you in? Are you going to remember me? You're going to start forgetting me because of your situation? What else? Where are you going to show and display the right type of,

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you know, server and hold yourself somewhere? What does it mean? What does it mean? Just, oh, I've got grief. And I'm just like, I'm just

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sitting here and grieving and patiently grieving, that that's not understanding somebody is a hole in yourself. What does it mean? You hold yourself onto the dean, you hold yourself away from Marcy and away from sins. And yes, you are patient for the sake of Allah Saba, and therefore Allah will not make your efforts go to waste. They then turn around to use realize that unless they said, well let Allah heal up at the Africa Allahu Allah. When Allah hottie

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By Allah, we swear that Allah has given you preference over us, even though we have made grave mistakes.

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You know what, I just want you to think about all your enemies right now. People who don't like you, it is a person who has no but if you're a person sitting here, who has everybody doesn't matter who you know, they like you. Doesn't matter who you know,

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put your hands up people, everyone that likes you, everyone, the whole world election. Wow. Not single handed. Wow, even a couple more 100 Brothers,

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aka my handle

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allows me that natural, some people are just not going to like you for some reason. So what we're gonna say is eventually you get to a position where if you've done the right thing, allow will make those people see that he's given you a higher status. And then

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eventually, whether it's in this dunya, whether it is in the next next well, Allah will show that eventually that that is the case. So there is nothing to you know, grieve about when you know that these are facts that are about to happen, then Yusuf Ali Salaam turns to them. And this is probably more beautiful than anything that has happened beforehand. And these are the same words that resume lots of allowance uses.

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For the people of Makkah, though they have showed a 20 years of assault attacks, oppression,

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victimization towards the Muslims 20 years of that, and then Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. He stands in mccarl mahkamah, in front of the Kaaba, and he's just got the keys of the Kaaba. And the whole of the Makkah people have been summoned in front of the Hara. And these are his enemies, some of them that have, you know, 14 for 20 years, is right in front of them. And he uses the same words that are useful has been used at that time.

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And this is very, very, very difficult to do. Unless you've got used to doing things just for the sake of Allah, those of us who have been used to doing you know, things for the sake of a lot purely for the sake of Allah. And when I say these guys, I just want to add on to this year, there are some people who do things for the sake of Allah. And most Muslims will say at some point, I'm doing it for the sake of Allah, that's fine.

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Could you carry on doing it for the sake of Allah? For a year?

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For a few months, for two years? For three years or five years? for 10 years? for 20 years? Could you do it for the sake of Allah, all your actions for that long?

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This is where we fail. Many times we can do for the sake of Allah for a short period of time, but whether you can make it last for a long time, that's the real key question here. Use of Allah Salam for his life since they put him into the well, since they were bullying him for the sake of Allah, he's been taken on. All these things that have come without displaying any complaint to Allah and without moving from hidden look at the test has been to the test the big test, he had this woman that was that was trying to seduce him and he still managed to get out of that clean. That was a big test that came over him and many other tests that have happened. When the person has been used to

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doing that for a long, long time. Then they're able to do this at a point when they're able to take out their anger.

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onto these people who have oppressed them. He says what he says lattice Viva La Coolio. Today, I don't want you to even worry about it.

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Your field of law will forgive you

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analyze the Most Merciful of those who have messages, simply say, don't worry.

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After all of that,

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you just gonna turn around and say Don't worry about it. And that's it. That's what Rasulullah sallallahu did after 20 years. He just said to the latter three valic milliohm. He said, I will say the same thing that usually Salaam said when he addressed to the brothers, the latter three valet coming up, don't worry about it.

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Suhana Laila the visit from the greatest of characters, and of course we need to learn from this. And what I'm going to do is inshallah, from this this verse on was inshallah, definitely by next week would have finished this soon. And I'm sure you've also finished the study of jaquan Isola. So I will carry on from this, but I just want you to remember that

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it's easier said than done.

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If I say to all of you just right now, before we leave, I'm just saying say several points. So

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how long did it take you to say that?

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Second, less than a second. So if I say you to say for example, you know,

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I forgive as easy but Sabo is said in a second.

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But the real meaning of cyber and being able to display it in life takes a lifetime to learn.

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It takes years to be able to show somebody at the right time yes or no.

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You can save like that.

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And here forgiveness of your users and you just forgive them and forgive me say, Mashallah, Mashallah. Mashallah. The whole reason why is because me and you, when we get in a situation where there's people who've been hurting us, we need to forgive them. That's where you got to display whether you can do it or not. And that's why we do these lessons that allows us to make it make it successful for us and may He make us adapt to these lives. Charlotte Zakouma Hello, Donna.