04 The Four Great Imams

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Awakening MEDIA presents the for Grady mams by Dr. E Sham, our D

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This is

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the final part

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in the second part

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students

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one with institutions

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institutions, continuing the mission of the household, continuing the mission of

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providing individual

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we discuss the effects and influence of

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was the patient.

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In fact,

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out of the meeting sweating,

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I was just conversing with

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like to

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call your mom

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in

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the loving.

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See, this is

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why, what we are doing now is that

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I'm super imposing him in the marketplace.

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Because he also plays

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another rule, in addition to him being

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the businessman.

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So we want to see how the work was being conducted.

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Because nowadays, there seems to be

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this

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not just between religious people, and between traders, not just between a particular individual when he's in the mosque, and then when he's in the marketplace, but even

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between

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our attitude in the public space, and in the private

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Saturday night, Monday morning

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Easter holidays and holidays, during exam time. The good thing about the case

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shows you how functions in the market and how a businessman functions.

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What do I mean? Okay, before I tell you what I mean, and figure out what I mean, let me outline that provided by when he dealt with customers in the market, as a businessman, as a merchant.

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And I would like you,

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especially those who have businesses,

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to put them

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in big letters and put them in your house.

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Get a golden

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rule, memorize them.

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Because these are very important dreams that were not acceptable.

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In fact, I would argue they have a different

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relationship between husbands and wives, between brothers.

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I know lots of brothers who love each other because they are good drivers in camps and conferences. Once they enter into a business, they have killed.

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He ran his business. What was

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the laws and rules?

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Number one no

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What does that mean? It means I run this business

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to get some profit.

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But I don't want

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I don't want I don't want uncountable profits, I want profit,

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profit.

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That is that.

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Number two,

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no profit to be done, when I am selling

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an old

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as an employer, we are not talking about benefits in the public sector and

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the counselor

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No, but we are talking about someone who looked at society not as within a producer consumer relationships based on a loving father and a loving and a loving citizen.

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Number three, when he buys commodities from the people from other from customers, from sellers, he makes sure

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that they also do and get some profits.

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He doesn't argue to lower the price of the commodity is intending to buy

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the commodity is worth 50

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he will buy it.

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And it is amazing.

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I will tell you this for 50. And he knows that it's got more

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of you.

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Because

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even if you

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rule number five,

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what does that mean? Well, it means that if you wanted to by offering something, and you are not affected in the market,

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be assured that you will not mislead you

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don't have to go in

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the shop next to him.

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How much you don't have to do that. He will

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he will not lie.

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Number six,

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if there was a damage or fault in the community, he will let you know. He will not wait until you figure it out. Until you take it home and discover there is a damage in it. No, he will.

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He will tell you and

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He will sell it for you.

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Number seven,

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no arguments with a price.

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He doesn't argue that you can't go out and say how much is this? You can't say he doesn't like that.

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Prices are no more, no less. Trust me, you saying to the customer chuckling

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how much

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you're not going to take it for more than that. Neither less than that. The final rule, which to me is an amazing

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project, all of us practice.

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But May Allah bless

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when

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4000

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whatever comes on the top of it.

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So for example, he says My life is worth my living expenses.

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Okay with my saving, I have

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about 4002 to the third and to the students,

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poor neighbors. You have lots of people.

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Now, believe me do not appreciate what I'm saying what I'm saying you're talking about a generous

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someone who has a business, but he's funding

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funding

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students of knowledge to learn funding before Nathan comes in.

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So all what you need from that business is the 4000.

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Let's

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do

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another rule, by the way that we can add to these rules is that he never plays.

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Never,

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never says

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no polyester, no cotton, nothing.

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You would not do that. He's telling you.

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It's up to you to buy it or not to buy it.

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But he will not play for

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example,

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once he was in the marketplace, and all these examples are in the marketplace,

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a customer came asking for a garment.

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And who was with him?

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By the way, the name?

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People, him

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Why?

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He likes the name of a political ruler, no hammer,

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the head of the institution.

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So the customer came, and next to me.

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So, then I said, I'd like some clothes.

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Hammad took the clothes from the shelf, and unfold the clothes to show the customer. And he said, so Lola, Allah Mohammed.

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Did you say anything?

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Allah Mohammed is praising

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me?

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Nobody knows me.

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I was buying. He said, No.

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He said to

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you.

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The customer went to look for

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clues that he liked and wanted to buy and he came to

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you might think

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you might think it's too much. You might say no, no, I can't do that. Otherwise, I'll shut my business.

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This is honestly.

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So number one, he doesn't.

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He has a partner with an individual. That was the partner that was looking after the business. And he decided to go frequency to the

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business. But he had a partner that would help him run the business. And he when he goes once a week to the market, he would meet with his partner and

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he goes back to

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the businessman supervising his business partner.

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So once he has some clues, and in one of these clues, there was damage there was

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and he told his partner. How

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tough was that?

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He told him whenever you have a customer wanting to buy clothes, show him that there is probably a hole that is damaged. He said yes. Okay.

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The days when time passed, and a customer came in wanting to buy the clothes

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forgot

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to alert him

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of the damage. The customer went and bought the clothes.

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What happened to the

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Did you inform the customer of the damage? I forgot?

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You said How much did you sell it? I sold it for let's say 500 500 copies.

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Go back and print the clothes or wait until we catch them on day with the clothes on and take it for no

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clothes.

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As far as dealing with the profit, I think

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all of us feel when we

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feel when we know that how our brothers in Palestine for example, need money and

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we feel in defense of become weakened.

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Before the money, the money

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for what he's doing here, whether against son

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part

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one, not everything but manage attitude

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and to keep to himself that never be submissive to the power of money in control of money and don't make the money be in control.

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But just because it's relevant,

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who lived as a poor and died as a poor gentleman has 100,000

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MPs and be modest

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in his pocket and not

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yours

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When he doesn't,

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and when it increases

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in the market,

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he wants to sell him.

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How much do you want?

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100?

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More than more than 100? He said, Okay.

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He said, it's more than 200 300

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more than 300. She said 400,000.

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He said, it's worth more than 400.

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Are you ridiculing me? You said, No, I knew what I said, it's worth more than 410, he took a business plan, a colleague of us told him, I said, Come until this woman, how much how close our

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500

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and I will buy it. And he bought

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it must compete to buy the for the close support for 500 pounds.

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I don't know how you would respond. If someone came to you and said, Look, I will send you a copy. And nothing's wrong with a car, the person is just looking

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for 200 pounds.

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You might feel suspicious, something's wrong with the car, but nothing is wrong with the car. And once you make sure that nothing's wrong with the car, you will never tell him that I will pay you more for the car.

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But here we have a businessman, a merchant, who's telling the customer that I am willing to buy, but they

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have a story of an old woman coming to him and saying Yeah, man, tell me something. But with a decent price, price quality

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equals or the final

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answer to her.

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This is how much you set for

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yourself before. Like

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it's nothing.

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He said, Are you mocking an island old women like your mother said we're lucky No. But what has happened is that I bought two garments, and sold one of them for the cost of both.

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For so to brace the event I'm sending you

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this is probably more interesting

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to be relevant to people who don't buy and sell and sell

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their mind.

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But what what

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the person who is

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to me, I can

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be

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talking about.

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He's

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the person of the market. He's he's been immersing, this also was a source of information for him. Because he needs to know everything about the current

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situation in the market. It's part of him living the tradition and the culture of the people. He is not someone who's sitting in ivory towers, just watching.

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know

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someone who interact. And if it means that I become a merchant, I will do so in order to engage with society.

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The marketplace was another source of information and knowledge and that's what

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what

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you might consider this as an exaggeration, but one of the people that he made over 55

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so more than 55 times now

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with not only new

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men, in addition to that meeting was

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amazing.

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Medina and meeting with a

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meeting the verbal in Medina meeting that report in Medina. Thank you

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Using familiarizing yourself with different cultures, different traditions. How is this useful? Well, it's useful in terms of comparing and contrasting between difficult and difficult and difficult.

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When I said to you that he meant

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it was

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most of our eyes are based in Medina, Medina is an easy place for them. So for example,

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from Beirut, Lebanon, a sham, how did you even go to a shop when they met in my limit? This was one source of information.

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Traveling also familiarize yourself with the various groups

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with the provided

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with the Hello, I

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will

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be traveling over 20 times doing work

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and arguing, learning and teaching.

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Now, what did he produce? What did he give?

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You gave

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it a romantic title. No.

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If there is a cycle that I will prove

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that I told you guys at the age of 40 is one of the students.

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session goes on and on and on. Because I

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was a performance teacher for 20 years.

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I have been someone who advises people more than he used to do. I've never seen someone who cares for people more than he used to do.

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In the morning, that is just what he says in the morning, he is engaged with knowledge. And after that, he goes and

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about

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people need

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financial help, who is ill or

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who is dead, he will walk in his funeral.

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It was comfort.

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Then when denied,

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isolated from society,

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and pray,

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teach yourself if you take yourself number one,

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take a step backwards, recharge yourself from a human point of view.

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Then

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go back to society Don't run away. Don't make the feudal society go past the society. Put your hands on the head of society or for society.

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I'm here. How can I help people are looking for people

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on what it takes for people to feel that you care for them. I'm saying that people change not

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necessarily through education.

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A lot of people change not because he was the head of a teacher, a teacher of a turtle in the mosque. But they have changed as a result of one being in the marketplace, or him walking down the street.

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I cannot go to the mosque

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and be happy

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and feel the pain of

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someone who's drinking alcohol or committing adultery or how to kill a friend or boyfriend.

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Come back to the plan. I will take pride if there is any pride if I contribute to creating a turning point in the life of people.

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Okay, you spoke so much as an example.

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Once there was a man during the time of

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this man was very good, except that there was one problem I

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used to think that

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this was a problem with him.

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sort of came and spoke to him he's not convinced.

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Now what do you say to this person? What do you think of this man? You I say?

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Why should I

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remember when I knocked on the door. I wanted to speak to that. Look at the turning points now. We are talking about turning points. He said to him.

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I say

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to you

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As a matchmaker,

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he said,

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he said, someone's asking for the hands.

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He said, who is me? He said, a pious person, you will never see someone like

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proposing.

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He is honorable,

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honorable,

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gentle.

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Would you see?

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Amazing today,

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maybe he will be more happy the father because

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he has money

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doesn't matter, but he sees the value of society now. These are the values that are

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a reflection of what sorts of values used to be.

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Today, look at our values.

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When someone asks for the hand,

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and what some of the daughters are thinking about,

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you didn't say he is handsome. He didn't say he didn't say, Yes, he's listening. Okay, fine.

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But it's not that

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he is knowledgeable he is. He plays out of the fear of Allah, he doesn't play because he beats him up, but he tries out of the fear of Allah.

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But he has one problem.

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He says what

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he said to him,

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this

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person said to me,

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do you want me to give my daughter to you? He said, Are you better

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from

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both of these notions?

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of the art of argument is that you surrender with your opponent. Okay, let's,

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let's take it further.

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A fight and then you

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How did you learn that from button? Because

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I don't want you to feel frustrated. But if any one of

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these were very powerful,

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these were

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knowledgeable people.

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And other

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types of crime, they

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talk to us.

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Today, we have people who are very good, except that their behavior is rubbish. But

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he won the argument. And the person said,

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and then he changed his mind and he

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was

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married

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madalina

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w masani.

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What?

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How old is he? We don't know. How does he look like? What do we know that you know two things

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that used to live far away.

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Ronnie, what? what's waiting for?

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him he goes home again.

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Because

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because he wants to change. He wants to create a turning point.

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Where did he benefit from changing?

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You

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been

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okay

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with this

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The story that I mentioned earlier is a story of a person.

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Okay.

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Give me a story about a devious person.

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What do you want? How about

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an alcoholic?

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I give you a story about how

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you can turn it into

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into whatever. But in the case of Abu hanifa

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see how

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he how he creates a turning point

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was a

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young boy

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what he drinks in private,

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when he drinks, he gets drunk.

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And when he gets drunk, you start to see

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why you can

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poison

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the thing, decent things, these people living I don't know what people think.

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Look, look, look at the beauty of what

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they have abandoned to me.

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Like

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they have abandoned and only they knew who they have

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no

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interest in

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the entire world is worth nothing without You are the hero, you're the Savior. So he says, they have

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to the people are living with these also understand me.

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They have abandoned me and

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they have abandoned

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like the hero at a time, where

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morning he would go he was pulling morning he was going to his job to

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come back in the evening.

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drink alcohol and just the same.

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Every time I told you that different melody, enjoying yourself No, nothing. No one, no one here, no one

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living

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in

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a neighborhood.

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to you about residential areas in the city. Do you remember no residential areas at that time?

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residential. They were like,

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houses houses, there were no small garden at the back of government at the time,

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going to be quite low. That's when we walk into the narrow streets before urbanization and

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from here to there.

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You can sometimes see people talking

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to go and listen to conversations etc.

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You can

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see someone inside the house.

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He's waking up in July.

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They have abandoned me and only they knew who they had abandoned.

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One day

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there was no voice.

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Now, what would you do? What would you say?

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Or maybe he went from a lot of flack or something.

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Know

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that there is life.

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If we say that,

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whenever he cooks food, he makes sure that he

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takes the food

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What does he do? He goes the following day after philosophize

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about this person and they say

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why? Who? By the way?

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Like the police

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checking for any bad behavior

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that they have overheard him singing songs and they realize that the songs only be signed by a drunk person. They knocked on the door.

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What does he know? He is

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again, what would I say Mashallah. They will beat him up.

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I said he depends.

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No

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rice on his new

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and go to the

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store

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turns out with respect to

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E In fact, when you come in because God

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already knows who's approaching. He says we

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don't make him get out of you

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and company walking but basically

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this is the people had to do you know what now what I mean when I said these are unelected rulers

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you go to Tony Blair,

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they ask you after a month, etc, etc, if

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he comes up

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when

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he says open the doors,

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talking about what a pleasure

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you know to be a judge, he is now coming to you and coming

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to

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me things or the governor of Cooper,

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in one of my

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cards

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said to him,

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he said, yeah, we will.

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And we will delete anyone that we captured yesterday.

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Probably 10s of people who had time for something I don't know, but there's really a lot of people

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at the bad

00:37:28--> 00:37:29

boy

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and he said

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he will

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learn that you might

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have heard when he

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was never informed or centralized.

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At once he heard the statement.

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If I can

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say something that will make you stop smoking, I will be done. If I said something today that will make you think twice about a bad habit that you do.

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But who am I?

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Did he mention him?

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Did he tell him that you know that if we were living in a different state and indeed

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you should have been 30 to 40 times and according to

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this,

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this is the place this is the place of showing your neighbors that we are not people.

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But we are people are clear

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and sufficient and enough to be

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comfortable.