The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher #15

Hussain Kamani


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Alhamdulillah wa salam ala everybody

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Sanada city delusory Mohammed MB

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legal Ischia was Harvey Hillard and my bad

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as a part of

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the discussion of Imam Al Mohler, they learning along with data, in which Imam our they was pointing out how they are certain traits of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that allow him to be a complete human being resulting in him being an amazing teacher.

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We discussed how there were certain traits that related directly to the person of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Then there were those that related to the character of a suitor Lhasa Allahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And as we were going through the characteristics of Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in those special traits. We stopped in our previous class,

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I believe after completing point number four out of six, so we have two left. And then we'll transition into the next part, which is the koala the prophecy llamado. Sudden, the unique aspect of the speech of the Prophet of Allah. Yes, go ahead.

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No hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah.

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Fifth attribute is forbearance and dignified bearing when faced with provocative recklessness and foolishness. He was most of them are forbearing and common dispute. So when a teacher is interacting with an array of students, people from all walks of life, and it's a revolving door, someone comes someone goes, you are bound to meet people with different personalities. You may have one or two people that have amazing other and have very good character. But then you'll also meet people who lack and edit and have bad character.

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It's easier to interact with people who show you love and show you muhabba. But it really boils down to how you interact with people who don't show you that love and don't show you that in a heartbeat. It's easy for you to walk away from them. Because I don't need you. You need me. You're not, you know, up to par. So I'm just going to leave you aside.

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But there's no way for that person to improve unless they are allowed to improve and for that they need a new environment for that they need someone to guide them, teach them, be patient for Barrett with them.

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So unless we bring down this barrier of entry,

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there really isn't a way for people to change. So those without other will continue to live that way and this attitude and lifestyle will perpetuate Surah Surah Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam didn't push people away.

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Who didn't fit the mold. Rather than harvested Allahu Allahu wa salam opened the doors for them. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was patient and forbearance with them. Sometimes in the classroom, you'll have a student who doesn't know the proper decorum for the classroom, speaking out of line, using foul words, not profanity, but not the best word may sometimes come off as challenging and disrespectful. But if the teacher is patient, and softly guides them, patience doesn't mean that you enable them because if you enable them, then there's no improvement. You're wasting your time there's impossibly

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leaving a bad taste in the mouth of other students in the classroom. But they may think it's okay to do this. And they may start it as well. But you softly guide them and remind them that this is the way it should be. This is the proper way of doing things, sharing with some examples of scholars of the past, sharing with them examples of how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his companions interacted with him, the Sahaba, they say that when we would sit with Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa salam. And if we were a group, no one would touch the food until the Prophet of Allah ate first. Simple other. So now,

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others have an opportunity to observe and learn from here. So here's our total who came him we translate as forbearance.

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Forbearance is interesting, because the scholars pointed out that one of the differences between Saba and his patience and forbearance, Saba is when a person doesn't respond to something done to them or said to them, while not having the ability in the first place. So there's some big guy who comes and pushes me, and I walk away from there. I don't do anything, I don't respond. Well, that's natural, because I never had the ability to hurt that person back if I did, I would get hurt even more, because that sub him is when a person fully has the ability to take revenge. They can do whatever they want to someone in a lower position comes to you and says something foul. You can fire

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them, you can remove them, you can expel them, you can dismiss them. But then you are forbear No, I'm going to let this slide.

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the effect that him has on others is profound. When people see that you have the ability to do something and you don't, that really shines outwards. And they see

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the character that is in your heart, they see your sincerity. So he points out here filmu will call that the forbearance of a sort of Lhasa llamada he will send him over Carter who on station Yeah, who's who? How the visa lottery was set up and dealt with frivolous behavior. 100 of them yes, the physical who or how people provoked the profits that Allah Juana who was sent them through awkward or unskilled interactions from other kinds of anima FedUni Fadiman, Cooley, halimun Aslam and Simon Cooley Salim in wakad Munia Bucha flotilla Rob, also de la sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam interacted with all sorts of people, including the veterans and we've referenced this multiple times already,

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the harshness they had when they interacted with the Prophet of Allah Fil A new Jasmine Hoonah de la tune well I'm your foot on a bad you know tune. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not respond back inappropriately. Nadira now did our means even offhand. Like, not even one off that the interviewer said Allah Islam, you would say that 99% of the time he was kind and 1%. One time he snapped on someone. We don't have that either. You guys understand? Let me just mean who knows? You know, there wasn't even a one off situation. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said something very mean or push someone out and said get out of here. I'm not going to talk to you. And if

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did reprimand someone it was always in context. If he did reprimand someone it was in it was in context there was reason for this. Otherwise it was not the habit of approximate loss of Sanada Kalimantan nah not be hardy, Jonah and martide hydrogen and water out of the normal. He did not do that when he bought you know, but

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let me offer that to Heba and neither is there any record I'm gonna be subtle on he was losing his temper by their eyes for a person to lose their temper hate the other guy getting very hot that someone came in, you know, did something to the sort of loss of a lot of cinnamon He's lost it is through something that's the wall started shouting or became excessive.

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What a Halima Hydra, who will do I forgotten what local Rasuwa who will have forgotten and there is not a forbearance person other than him, but they always slip up. Every forbearance person has a slip up, someone can be forbearance, and then you'd say but man one day I saw him lose

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I have examples like that my own teachers, I would classify them as forbearance. But almost for all of them, I can cite an example at least one where I saw them lose it.

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I still can't help the master lose it once.

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He really lost it.

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We were somewhere and something happened

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and coincidently, I was there.

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I saw a shift and there was this very uncomfortable frustration in his eyes. So I got my order on shift and I pulled him aside and I said, Let me handle the situation. There was a person that was being very disrespectful in the masjid. It was a very bad situation. Very bad situation, a lot of abuse involved in everything. So I pulled him aside and said, let me see if I can handle the situation.

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That is no stain or tarnish on his

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on his honor because we're all human beings, right? We all but he says well are Halima Lyra who Elad lotherton Other than the Prophet of Allah, because maybe you said Allahu alayhi wa sallam had no such slipups when I will quote us, He will lead to halfword in

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and the same thing there is no person with study character other than him, but he also falls like for an abuse of a loved one. That did not happen in the lucha de la some of whom in nursing and how they should put it out even halfway. You know, I thought and Leah Kuma Lee Hakuna Amati hero, Ufa Langa Yes go ahead.

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In the face of crude behavior of the Bedouins, he never uttered a word to offend them. Every forbearing person falters and every dignified person hears but not us will last on the line.

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Allah to Allah has certainly safeguarded him from reckless desire and power, which could have resulted in mistakes and errors, so that he was not so that he was most affectionate to his followers and most considerate to creation.

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The police attacked him in every way possible and tried to commit every month. So now here comes the Delete. The claim was made claim was Nabi SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam was forbearance.

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He was patient kind, tolerant. Now here comes the the real the argument to prove it, go ahead. Despite this, he was most patient with them and ignore them. Their transgressions were not committed only by the bullish and ignoble among them. Rather they were committed by their intelligence intelligencia and seniors. Everyone the leaders and ignoble had a poster, however, so he points out two things about this interaction with what I for those of you that are not familiar, before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam migrated to Madina, Munawwara the police for 13 years, made the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his life very difficult. And he struggled in giving Dawa,

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because they made it very hard, they there was never an opportunity for them to close a road down. But they not only closed the road, they bombed the road. Like they went above and beyond these guys made it very hard for us to the loss of the law. And so, and the Sahaba even if we were to share a few examples, it would require for the rest of the lecture to be dedicated just to that, just even sharing a few examples of how difficult they made it for the purpose of the medicine. Suffice to say, they were creative and they adopted every avenue to be a barrier for the Prophet of Allah, whether it was financially or emotionally harming him or you know, taking advantage of his family or

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anything they could take advantage of they did to try to stop her sooner loss of Eliza. But maybe it's what Allahu Allah He was selling Maha Saluda and Ali him one morning that he said allow these animals patient and he turned away from their from their arrogance.

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Now one thing he points out because if you recall, we send to be sent along it was sent on was forbearance and I pointed out the difference between patience and forbearance. So now he said, well, not to follow the radar because of the home do not holla at him. What about you him? Belt ama Allah Allah Hill Jilla to a duel, that it wasn't as if only the leaders of flourish were abusing the Muslims. Even the people who are considered as the average normal people in the community, someone that may be viewed as you know inferior to socially to the Muslims and perhaps that a lot it's not like the average person they were involved in this to everyone was above but Tama belt ama Allah

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Allah Hill joola Two we're doing algebra two, we're doing meaning everyone can dilla to is are the mountain their leaders and do one is

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that even the poor people who did not have social status oppose the Muslims. Angela is the leaders of the coalition they also oppose and even though everyone came against Him for Coloma can rally him at Emory Allaha Ghana are kinda out of our office for us for her maybe solo artist

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Adam was patient with all he was forbearance and forgiving to all Hatha Kochava alpha, kappa alpha, alpha.

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And there, this is beautiful because you'll find some people who are forbearance and patient with a group, but not forbearance and patient with another group.

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This is something that I've discussed with you guys before, you'll notice that, at times, a teacher is able to forgive students, some students in a class, but other students never get any forgiveness.

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Many of us have experiences like this from our middle school, high school, hopefully not in college, or beyond that. But in the earlier years, it's unfortunately common that you notice, when you're young, I think this might be one of the first exposures that many of us have to racism from our own teachers, that if the student is of a particular race, the teacher happens to be much more tolerant. But if the teacher student is from not that race, then the teacher loses their tolerance, that you're Bhangarh that you a horrible human being stuff that a lot, right, or you're black, you horrible human being stuff that alone, so they lose their patients. Hopefully, it's not racism, it's

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just negligence, because racism would make it a lot worse, considering if you're an Islamic school or in a classroom that promotes that the that's the last place you would expect to see something like this. But the reality is what it is, may Allah subhanaw taala save us from that, as a mentor and teacher where you have the potential to build people, you can easily snap them in half and break them as well. And the scars left on students or mentees. They don't wash away easily just as when you lift them and raise them, those memories don't wash away either. They're indebted to you for their life, that my father was an amazing person. My friend was an amazing person, my teacher was an

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amazing person. So you remember for the rest of your life, how kind your teachers were, but

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it's not easy to forget, abuses as well. Like it's equal the scars unfortunately, stay

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on kinda out of the US bah, bah, bah, continue.

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So whenever you sort of know what I was telling you guys, pre migration, let me sort of long while he was saying was patient with him. Now, with the flourish. Now in order to complete this analogy, he then says Hatha taharah fossa. So when the visa Allahu alayhi wa salam P migration was interacting with him he was forbearing to the patient. But later on, as we know, in Makkah, he was the one that overcame them at Takahara. For other and at that point, when it be said, Allahu alayhi wa sallam had the upper hand at the conquest of Mecca, Makoto Rama we're now if you wish to say the rules were reversed. Now sooner loss of Allamani was sent in was in a position of authority and can

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enact justice on them. Five, he pardoned them. Well, I thought that off, and the piece of the law, listen and forgive them. Yes.

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However, the amorphous is the more persistent they were, the more he ignored and overlooked their overlooked their opposition. In fact, when he gained the upper hand, he pardoned and forgave him when he was victorious over them on the occasion on the conquest of Mecca, and they had all assembled around him. He said, What is your opinion about me? They replied, You are the son of a noble honorable, if you pardon us, that is what we that is what we think about you. If you exactly prevent, we have certainly done wrong, and you will be justified. So what have you said a lot of money was sent about the conquest of Makkah, he asked them ma Combi, what do you think of

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this question of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is beautiful, because the visa Allahu alayhi wa sallam pointed out to them in this question, that the person you always knew me to be I am that same person.

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I was kind, loving forbearance forgiving. When I was one of you and you oppressed me. And I will be that same person today as well. You've always known that

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nothing has changed. If anything, love has only increased, you know, mercy and compassion has only furthered itself along the way. In the life of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, forever new Combi. So what do you think of me? What do you think? What do you know of me? Tell me of your knowledge, then I'll tell you what I'm going to do. You tell me what you know of me. As human beings, we know who we are. We know who others are. You can look at someone and if you've interacted with them even briefly have an idea of what their potential is that this person right here is going to flake.

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That's what they are. They always flake or this person is steady and strong. They don't flake. This person always comes through. This is the person that they are not this person is going to show up. So what have you always known of me? It'd be sort of who it was that I'm asked. So then they said, ignore I mean, ignore

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I mean Kareem

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ignominiously you're one of us. Right? You're from us Kadeem, honorable, noble, fine tafel Family Covenant avec. If you choose to forgive, then that's what we had hoped if you

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were in tentative *up Sedna, but if you choose to seek revenge inactive revenge, * Satna we are deserving of it. We've done our part we've done wrong. So we are now ready to pay up for color soda soda loss of lollies and I'm sad. But I'll also call the use of flavored tea. I will say to you, as Yusuf Ali Salam said to his brothers.

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And Yusuf Ali salaam story is well known. His brothers did wrong to him, just as the Quraysh family did wrong to him because they also invoked relation right they said, even though I'm in Corinne, that you are a relative. So Yusuf Ali's own brothers did wrong to him.

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And the wrong they did, sent Yusuf Ali Salam on a long journey of life.

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Same as opposed to the loss of Eliza, a long journey.

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And then full circle, Yusuf Ali Salam is now in the position of authority, and his brothers are in front of him. And they are truly apologetic and shameful. And reality has sunk in that they were wrong.

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So these people were also in the same place. And Rasul Allah said, Allahu Allah, he was sitting at that point said, that I will say, as my brother uses did, what's beautiful here is how the story of Yusuf Ali salaam that was in the Quran revealed to the prophet of the Lord is that he recited in Salah and the Sahaba heard from him and he memorized it and taught others this Surah it wasn't just a story. There was a lesson in there that Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam took, and he taught us what this lesson was, in this great moment of his life. This is like one of those special moments.

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Now, I mean, the full circle it brings sends a shiver down your spine, that we're in a sort of loss of allottee so I'm starting where is he now conquering Kumbakonam. And all the people who have done wrong to Him, those who are alive and present were there. So it'd be sort of like it's an we could have done what he wanted to. And this patience that was shared in pseudo use of that was sort of Lhasa Allahu alayhi wa sallam enacted, then continued. You see this in some of the greatest leaders of Islamic history, that when they conquered cities, they were part of the aggressors. It's common practice, by the way. It's not one seven many times. The most notable probably that we know of, that

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people share the story of and they read about is Salahuddin a up from Allah Tala. He pardoned the people that you're all welcome to go minus a few who had done wrong. And this was also based off precedent precedent because of the sort of loss of a lot it's an important everyone in monka, but a few there were a few people that was sort of lost that a lot of them refuse to forgive. You guys know this. at Fatima there were a group of people that are sort of lost a lot is upset, even if they're holding on to the Kaaba, they will be punished they will not be free they will not be forgiven because they had committed grave crimes which is it's a study of its own Okay, so he said

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latter three Bali como Leone your fear Hola Hola, como, who are Hamid Rahim? Well, I tend to Hindu Hinden been to Earth better. What are the battle that battle army he Hamza Wanaka tabula for Safa, Han, Abba. And likewise, hin Minato been taught by the daughter of Autobahn, she was the wife of obsidian, or the along line later on, he becomes a Muslim as well and hindered your loved one at this point is coming to accept Islam. And she was the one that commissioned the kill of hummus out of the law one and then mutilated his body in some narrations also

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Dishonored his organs. So when she came to visit Alana, he was sort of also part of her and forgive her.

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Go ahead.

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Six attributes. So right here we learned one thing from that point five is that the teacher must be forbearance and not hold grudges.

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That, oh, five years ago, you said this or two years ago in class you did this or one year ago, one day you said this, you can't hold grudges, you can't be petty. If you're going to be petty it won't work. And that we've been talking about teaching and as you know, over the past classes I've kind of interchange between being a mentor Parent Teacher employer because I feel these characteristics are universal. They work very well in all positions, as a parent is

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Well, you can't be petty

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that 15 years ago, you pushed me, or 10 years ago, you disobeyed me. Or five years ago, you and your wife said this, you can't do that kind of stuff. Relationships will help. And when someone knows that you're holding on to something from five years ago, what do you think in that moment, they're gonna think of you.

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If I tell Halima here, the five years ago, you ate all the kunafa on campus,

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no matter what it is, and she's gonna have it still, let's say so that you had all the connections, Lucy all of it, you had it all, you didn't save any for us.

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In that moment, she'll probably think that man, this guy's a Scrooge, whatever petty human being, this is the type of guy that you know, you have to be on your tippy toes around, I can't really have a relationship with this individual. How am I going to live if they're going to remember everything that happened last week, everything that happened the year before, in the five years before and a decade before

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you let it go, you let it pass by

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Go ahead.

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upholding covenants and fulfilling promises, a student must be able to trust their teacher.

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It's a long relationship. This is something that may last for months and years. And they need to know that if I'm told something, I will be respected and valued and the person who promises me something will fulfill their promise. This is very important.

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Trust is

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one of the most important ingredients between two people to have a that must exist for two people to have a healthy relationship.

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There must be trust there. And how you fulfill that trust is by ensuring that what you say you follow through on it.

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So sometimes parents will say to their child that if you get an A in your exam, I'll get you a go kart.

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And then you get to a and dad's like, Psych.

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No, by your go kart. You kidding, it's $1,000 I don't know whatever it is, right. And I'm not buying you that go buy yourself one.

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So water under the bridge everyone moves on. But it's very possible that child won't forget, at the back of their mind will remember that they got their hopes up high And someone knocked them down.

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So to sort of Lhasa Allahu La was sort of never broke a promise. If he told someone that he would do something he would follow through. The awesome thing about that was the people who are willing to be sort of low on ego, Saddam, were fully able to rely on everything he said, every statement had value, which they now had the opportunity to yield benefit from every interaction had value. Because there was nothing false there. It's not like there wasn't a door that on the other side, there was a wall there. It wasn't that wasn't the case, every door had something behind it. Because the law they sort of didn't play with people. He didn't joke around with people in the sense that he didn't, you

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know, disrespect them, when they be sort of a holiday was sort of made a commitment or promise to something he would always follow through.

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The interesting thing is, we have so many examples from the life of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam were the people that he went into agreement with, betrayed.

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But in the visa Allahu alayhi wa sallam never betrayed, they wouldn't betray him. And the blessing was, he would remain content and stick to the agreement, but their betrayal would come back and bite them. It wouldn't harm the Muslims, whether it's the situation abundant, whatever, for those of you that aren't familiar with Seto where they made an intention to betray the Muslims during the Battle of the trenches, or whether it was the betrayal of the Polish of the treaty or the via, where they sided with one of their allied tribes to attack one of the Allied tribes of the Muslims. So in all of those, in both instances, you would say that the opposition betrayed the contract, and therefore

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they would harm the Muslims but Allah subhanaw taala protected them.

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For him, treachery was a major sin, and going back on one's word we can try. He would, they're more enduring the most trying conditions and bear the most difficult of trials and keeping His covenant rolling his promises, had demanded discipline. But when the other party broke a covenant, Allah to Allah provided a way out, as was the case with the Jewish tribes, the federal guidelines

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and the old age during the peace treaty and where they need Allah to Allah had turned their betrayals to the advantage of those who are most on the long lines. So these are the six unique things about the character of the sort of loss that Allah Allah was that Imam Moussa determine along with that points up for how to use it to facade intercom and follow up for the Allahu dollarbie How Elijah mean culty now he goes into the next discussion, but I'm on watch with 32 feet

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Football inequality for October will be thermography solid. Now we go into the next conversation, the uniqueness of the speech of assuta Lasota livestream. We talked about his person we talked about his character now we enter into the words the speech of us would have lasted a lot of cinnamon. So he says come October room betta man if you saw them there are eight things to take into consideration. Eight things to reflect on that made the speech of Rasulullah sallallahu It was amazing.

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Of course that Allah ma oto Mathilde balibo Were at the middle of Illumina Jim Matilda Hera. Well who me You mean mutton Omiya lemmya RocketHub and Dora Simon Sahiba Holloman Well, Mr Lehmann

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he Ma Ba who will fit on Adhara to surprise and shock

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the intelligence of people when it's gone in a bad way.

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For them yeah, for fee bizarre in the cold in Atlanta. So the first thing that he points out is the use of a loved one and he was selling. We're talking about speech here, okay? His wisdom.

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His words were carefully crafted. When he spoke it was full of wisdom and knowledge. The point to reflect on here is that this wisdom and knowledge was not something he learned from another human being. It was divine it was from Allah subhanaw taala will meet young men or metal material means that Mr Allahu alayhi wa sallam himself was unlettered. And he was from people that were also unlettered. Let me kitab. And when I thought I saw him and maybe saw some did not have a teacher, he didn't read a book. So when a person doesn't read a book, or if they don't have a teacher, if they weren't a student themselves, then you would ask where did it come from? Like the curiosity said,

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I'm asking money is money and money. So now, where did this fruit come from? Because there was no apparent cause for this fruit to exist. Someone goes to a top university or maybe they've had a wise individual a part of their life, who endowed them with wisdom and intelligence, you can say, okay, that kind of makes sense. I see the transition. But then you see someone who didn't have anything that was working in their favor, and yet they have it all. So this begs the question, Where did this come from? And also the last thing Allahu alayhi wa sallam being described as a Rasul Allah only in Revelation. But if you said Allahu Allah, he was sort of identifying himself as little suited to me

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when I was young, and I was told that one of the OHSAA one of the traits of Nabi SallAllahu Sallam is that one of the characteristics is that he is described as a pseudo me the unlettered prophet. When I was a kid, I thought, that doesn't sound like that sounds like a self burn, stuff.

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I didn't get it. I didn't understand how this was any praise. I thought it was very awkward that Muslims were taking pride in saying that the Prophet said Allah who it was him couldn't read or write.

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But then as you continue to read Sita, and Hadith open up in front of you, you realize that is phenomenal.

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That is amazing. Because even though, because reading and writing are ASVAB to gain,

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they are tools to get knowledge for 99% of us. We need it because we're how else do we gain knowledge. But for a suit of less than Allahu alayhi wa sallam Allah subhanahu wa taala had created a sub a means for knowledge that was beyond the means that everyone else was using.

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So if everyone else was driving cars, like this person was on a carpet that was flying. Like it's a whole different world, it's a last month had to create a different ASVAB. And the more you think about this, you realize this is actually common with all MBR the whole setup, that everyone is on one track of life where they are following certain ASVAB and means to reach their end goal. But for the friends of Allah and for the MBR names, Allah subhanaw taala created a whole new set of means. And this was a gift for their patients and the tasks that they were handed for their new doula and also a result of their Tawakkol their reliance on Allah subhanaw taala that's one reflection. The

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other thing that you see, that makes this so amazing that maybe sort Allahu alayhi wa sallam was and maybe alchemy is that no one could accuse Rasulullah sallallahu on himself plagiarism.

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Otherwise, if you were to read

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a paper written by a college student, there is a high probability that some of it was taken from Google Ctrl C Ctrl. V.

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They have software these days to detect that so you won't get too far.

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When I was reading,

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there are certain books that you can read that focus on Orientalist objections against Sita and the Prophet

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little audio there scholars who put a lot of effort into responding to those objections to, there are multiple books like this. One of them.

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I recall reading that one of the objections the orientalist made against the Prophet salallahu Alaihe. Salam is they say,

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because it's unfathomable, where did all this knowledge come from?

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Where did all this knowledge come from? So their claim is that was sort of lost at Allamani was Saddam plagiarized it?

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Then you say, Okay, who did he plagiarize it from? So they say that sort of loss. I mean, stuff. I don't know, this is all garbage that these people spew. But the claim is that he went to Syria, and he met a priest there. And he drugged him and stole his scripture in school, stole his scrolls. And then he plagiarized from there. This whole thing is such a massive lie. Such a massive lie.

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There's it's not even possible how many times it was sort of less than a lot instead of actually go to shaman his life three times. Two of them when he was young, and both of those he was with a group of people. While there one was a trade trip on behalf of Khadija the alarm or a whole caravan is with him.

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And the earlier one was with his uncle, and he didn't even go all the way he returned halfway through the whole caravan the whole trade caravan was there again. And the third time was on the night of Israel on Mount arch that was sort of lost and a lot of them miraculously went to Sham in the company have to be lazy. And on top of that Allah subhanho wa Taala says in the Quran, 10201 arlena about a call, we'll now have an admin who really mean that there is no fabricating or plagiarizing in the team. That was sort of loss of a lot of sort of miss copying that he's cheating as if, you know, this is some person taking a exam that didn't prepare and others freaking out

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expecting let me peek over and see what that guy will say, All right, the same.

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The problems that Allahu Allah He was Saddam, he received

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Naza let me hear Rohan Amin on a call picoliter coolamon be an axon in r&b movie that this knowledge came through jumping

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straight to the heart of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So the Illman wisdom the prophets that allowed Islam had was the most pure, you know, people talk about pure honey and pure milk. And they talk about pure scent, pure fabric. This was his a pure adulterer there was nothing in there just That's it, this pure.

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So now when people have heard this knowledge of a pseudo loss and a lot of so that when someone presents such pure knowledge,

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all other forms of knowledge can fall into prostration.

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So for attending the AMA,

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on everything false.

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There's no argument anymore. So now you have the art of poets who say that we know poetry and this is no poetry.

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And great thinkers of the time, they heard her sort of loss of a lot of sin and they understood that he was speaking from was a place of Revelation. And we covered the story of the love and settlement of your loved one already.

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First Century, he was bestowed with absolute wisdom and absolute knowledge, in spite of the fact that he was illiterate and had belonged to illiterate nation. He never read a book study in any branch of knowledge. Normally in the company of a scholar or teacher, you have assumed the loss of

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such things, which is found in mines and battled intellects. This is important because I have to say this. Sometimes, you know, shaytani was always coming to mind. Somewhat like these people, they claim all sorts of garbage about Islam and the prophets that a lot of sedentary people, and they say things like, oh, they tried to build an analogy that, you know, these prophets were all just pseudo intellects that always had rough and weird ideas. So then one day, they just formalize them and turn them into religion, as if this was someone released from some,

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some asylum. That's not the case. It's not as if prior to arrival that revelation Rasulullah sallallahu sallam was talking about calm or prior to revelation that he sort of walked around Madina, Munawwara, Kamakura for years talking about an idea of Jana and Jana,

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you guys understand? There was none of that. He was a person from the community, living his life being being a good father, a good husband, providing for his family, a good contributor to society. revelation comes and the switchboard now. Now he was coming. And as I was coming to visit a lot of Saddam is he's sharing that with everyone. Yes. Because you have a lot of up to by the way, that first group of people exist. There are these people who are you know, they're not

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Hopefully they're and they have all sorts of weird ideas and then they claim profit. We have a lot of examples, a lot of Lieutenant B's who claim profit owed and claim to be Messiahs and claim this and claim that but they've always been on some some weird loop with MBR name was Saddam that's not the case. Yes

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he was proficient in in explanation and confident in work. He never aired in his speech or actions. This again was solely due to the purity of his being and the lawlessness of his nature.

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Second Nature, memorizing whatever a majority of his being Yeah, well my heart to him fitrah Omaha the federal trophy Rasulullah saw so Lamins Safai Joe hurry.

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This was the purity of visit Joe has like the essence of a person how pure he was losing money Yes.

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memorizing whatever.

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gave Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the numbers that Allah subhanaw taala blessed the Prophet of Allah with Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam accurately preserved it.

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So he wasn't giving a summary of it or giving a big idea of what was said word about word hug but have Quran was delivered.

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What makes this amazing is

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and again this is all divine. This is from Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran in Alina, Gemma hula, that we take the responsibility of preserving the Quran in your heart, oh Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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that the promise that Allah Almighty was sending was able to preserve it without any video audio recordings that he referenced back to or some notepad that he had or a computer or laptop that he took notes on know. Allah subhanho wa Taala allowed for the knowledge to stay firm in his heart. In the gym. I will put Anna

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Khurana Elena,

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we will take the responsibility of preserving that revelation in your heart and we will allow you to understand that as well. What this revelation is, so a messenger of Allah that will correct me Haley, Santa Clarita, Angela, you don't have to rush and hurry up preserving it, to stay calm, be present in the moment and absorb it. We will do the rest. Go ahead.

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Consequently, he never forgotten any story in order to be amid the minutus details of any incident. This was despite the fact that he's never memorized or safeguarded any information through books. Rather he succeeded because of a sound mind. Expensive chest. And species are three things that he points out. He points out the vision southern Impala that on one side of you sort of love it was sort of Vince here had a sound mind. Then he has Southern fasea a broad chest. broad chest here is basically having the ability to deal with a lot without crumbling you know if you saw Saddam had appetite.

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We'll call it ministry. And these three things together are the tools that are required.

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For knowledge to exist, that on one side you need to be able to use your intellect. On the other side, you need to have the appetite and the forbearance patience to deal with the challenge that lies ahead and then you need a pure heart. When you have these three things together, knowledge is yours. Go ahead.

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These three instruments are fundamental to brotherhood, and II was was therefore most suitable and worthy to be coming to be commissioned as a proper

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third attribute is ability to provide the most convincing of proofs for the laws enacted knowledge, integrity and preservation. The third thing, common holy man shall be avoided read the visa Allahu alayhi wa sallam with every statement appealed to the rationality of people.

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He ensured that people understood that what he understood what he was saying. So if someone came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with an argument, Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam always responded to that person in a way that was sufficient

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that it satisfied that person's hunger. Now, that's a whole separate issue that some people they choose to not be satisfied. That's their problem because they've turned their cup upside down. As for me sort of law holiday was said and he isn't copping out. You can read the the whole corpus of Hadith and you'll find that people asked me this Allah and Islam questions and you don't find a sort of loss of the Lord. He said.

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This copping out. I'm not going to answer you. That wasn't the case. What is the loss of the law? How it was said and didn't answer someone's question. It was usually a result of a lesson that he was teaching them something that he was trying to get them to understand. The example that easily comes to mind is the Bedouin asking the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, when is the day of judgment? If you said a lot of son didn't answer that question. But he, in return, asked another question, getting that person to think what have you prepared for it?

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His ability to provide the most convincing proofs for the laws enacted and to explain matters with exceptional clarity, to the extent that anything which he which logically with which logic demanded was never looked out and anything which the intellect repulsed, was never included. And this is why it was one of the most on the law it was an upset. In reality, the entire deen is consistent with human logic, human reason. This is another issue that sometimes our reason is skewed due to external influences. But sound reason and Revelation go hand in hand. This is the position.

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This is the position of the ASHA, you know, in multimedia, that the reason of a person and Revelation always coincide, why an actor will go together. If a point comes at a person's after can't comprehend Revelation, we don't throw revelation out there. That's the matassini way that Mr. Noah Gemma always stand by revelation. But we believe that there is no part of revelation that cannot be conceived by the intellect that there's always a reason behind it that can be understood. It just requires a little bit of a deep dive. It requires commitment, it requires dua, and for ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada to open the heart, read the works of Fatima Razi read the works of Imam Ghazali, I

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think founded on Razia stuff, see, is this nothing, it's just pure genius. Whole thing is, for every idea for every argument for every objection that's made, he not only answers them, but he gives an answer that your heart is satisfied with

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sometimes, and what he does is what falls within a Razzie doesn't succeed. That's beautiful, is that when he presents the opinion of the one presenting the objection, he doesn't just in passing mentioned their objection, he details out their objection. So if there is a person that says that we do not believe in

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intercession on the Day of Judgment, a famous claim made by the Mozilla that we don't believe in Schiff Ah,

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so he won't just mentioned that and then provide proofs for Shiva offer intercession on the day of judgment. He argues on their behalf and says, This is an argument that's an argument, this is an argument. And there are moments where you begin to believe you begin to think, who's this guy batting for his young team Giovanni or what?

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Why is he presenting so many arguments and it's convincing? But then after he's done presenting all their arguments, what does he then do?

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II then destroys all the arguments one by one by one.

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And then you feel like oh, that's the back. While he's back in Ross, he's in the house. For dinner last year, I'm alone. Otherwise, yeah. May Allah subhanahu wa Tada. elevate his McCollum and shower immense new wood on his grave

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Surah Surah allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Let me ask Raj and who my huge people who might who will tell me he mattered.

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Everything was consistent. While he that he could follow so long while he was salam booty to join me, I'll tell him that for us we have lost our lives and said I was gifted I was given concise speech was to Sara Lee Colombo, the Sauron and Allah subhanaw taala gave me brief speech.

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Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't need pages and chapters, books to explain what he was saying. What he explained and what he said. Was very brief. Get the answer was there and that's what made it amazing. That made me sit alone. He said I would respond in very few words, then who never have been Pollyanna cathedral.

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Okay, Paula waka Chapin and Johanna Amata Yes, Salah Gouda. Lika Illa Hua li Mohan Wally him apart. How did a sort of loss of allowing us to have this concise speech? Where did this eloquence come from? Where was

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this all what's the source of this? So in reality, it's

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one that Allah subhanaw taala was the one that was assisting in law who Allah him Allah, Allah, Allah azza wa jal was inspiring and helping were la mala then he was guided there by Allah azza wa jal.

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So this is the third point. With that will conclude here. We pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala accepts and granted Sophia to Rama upon what we learn, and that Allah azza wa jal allows us to also

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benefit from these examples. Allah subhanaw taala blesses but knowledge and wisdom May Allah subhanahu wa Tada also bless us with speech that is convincing, that is strong and that is full of meaning. And may Allah subhana wa Tada also bless us with integrity in our speech that what we say is, is sound and it's authentic, so long without Allah sit and have a ceremony like that.