The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher 17

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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al Hamdulillah

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Al Hamdulillah you Okafor? So Ramana Stouffer

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also Sarada say you delusory Mohammed anbiya wa. Early Hill Ischia was having a mother.

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Some weeks ago we started

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this discussion, that chef of the Fatah Mala Jota, Allah presented regarding

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the completion of the Prophet sallallahu it was said and what made him such a complete human beings.

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Before going into the teaching methodology of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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he is spending a significant amount of time discussing the personality that that of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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the person who is teaching and their personality has a tremendous impact on the message that is being conveyed.

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So, where you spend a good segment of your life,

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seeking knowledge and learning how to teach, those are two different areas. Just because you have knowledge doesn't mean you know how to teach. And unfortunately, we've seen the downside of this again and again, you have people who have great knowledge, but are not really in tune with the proper methodology of teaching and therefore miss out on

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the full yield that they can gain from the student.

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So we have the teaching methodology, the content, but before all of that they share focuses on the that of the prophets that Allah holiday will send them the individual at the center of this all.

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He narrated for us the kingdom of Imam Marwadi mo longtown. And that's what we've been covering for the past few weeks. How Imam and Mao are the highlights that in order for an individual to be complete, there are four areas specifically that they must reach completion in.

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We've covered three of them. And today we start the fourth for that the most undervalued Rama writes, well, I'll watch her Robin fee for the elite fit he promised about on betta money she saw them. As for

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the virtue of the actions of the beast, Allahu alayhi wa sallam talked about the statements of the promise that along with a wisdom, we talked about the personality and maybe cinema why he was Saddam. So now we go into, we talked about the character of the Prophet salallahu Salam now we're going into the fall, the actions of Nabi SallAllahu sallam. Well, I'm Alberto Rob Euro fee for law elite fr IE, let's talk about what Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his actions did for Malta Bournvita manatee solid so now there are eight areas specifically that we need to send out the first little ruler personal security he was hard to see us if he feed in in not Allah be Naka levy Hill.

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Amata Bluefin was sort of whom we here and my roofing ears at mouth

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So the first thing that he points out is the personality of a suit of loss and a lot of sitting here, we're not just talking about what traits he had inward, we've covered that. We're talking about the life of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, instead of actually lived.

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The decisions and abuse of Allahu alayhi wa sallam actually made.

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When you look at this, a good way to understand how impactful they were,

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what he did was feeding and not gonna be hit on metal and Bluefin was sort of a Humvee on my roof and Eli remodels. He took a group of people who already had a reality they were connected to, there was a culture there was a religion that they were very comfortable with. They were aloof with that. What he did was he took them from there to something new for them. something absolutely new, a new belief system. We're not worshiping worshiping multiple idols, rather we are focusing on one Allah Subhana Allah. So the first thing that he points out here is the personality of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Yes.

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Excellence in his actions. This can be he attributes first attribute, his excellent manner in sound management religious affairs, by means of which he led his followers away from the familiar towards that which was new and strange. Consequently, people submitted themselves to extend with both apprehension and hope. This was certainly no easy task in which success would not have been possible without divine assistance and firm determination.

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If his proclamation was an order, from a law data, it served as an absolute proof. And if it was based on his personal judgment, it was a brilliant sign of this problem. The fact that it's the way the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam carried himself in his personality, there are two possibilities, when it encounters Mouton de Mushara. For he had heard for him, if this personality that he had, if the actions that he took was a it was a result of divine inspiration, if Allah subhanho wa taala, put it in him, which that which is true.

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For him,

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then this is a proof of his profitable, because we're accepting that he was divinely guided. When they encounter Messiah, he then fee for fee for he and I are told by him. And if we say there was no divine involvement, if a person were to make that claim, if he was not a prophet of God, and there was no divine involvement, well in God in which the hidden fee if it was of his own intelligence in his own exertion, for he and I are told by Hera, then this is also a clear proof of what kind of person intelligence or sort of loss of alarm it was Saddam had, yes.

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The fact that it sends donations for being professionally burned proves his greatness and serves as an explanation for those who doubt it. As its name was conveyed from one generation to the next. It sweetness and vibrancy intensified in their hearts. And they consider it to be the perfect system, despite the customs and differences of each era.

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Second entry. So in that first point there, another thing to just ponder over, that the decisions that have sort of lost that Allahu alayhi wa sallam took and the way he built his community, this great personality of maybe sort of long while he was still in that guided people. It was so profound that even after a sort of loss that Allahu Allah He was sent him left this world. People continue to imitate it and try to replicate it to the best of their abilities in their own cultures. Even though time changes, right Hatha in Takala and Salah Finn Illa Salah Finn does the other fee him Hara were to what that's just what I started to see him did that two way around any moment they saw him, they

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view that system as being the best of all, you're gonna need your own money, Dominic, sorry, for all times, no matter what this reality is, no matter what the culture is. The way of the prophets of Allah and Ronnie was set up remains the standard that the club was set up for how to study for my love for her. And yeah, quinoline mana clamavi Berhad and Williamson therapy by Anna Yes.

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Second attribute,

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he combined the yearning of those who have gold with the average engine of those who have potential. In this way both groups join forces to help him and uphold the responsibilities of his doubt. You have so this second point, I like to think of it as you said, Allahu alayhi wa sallam took into consideration the different personalities that existed among the people that he was working with.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam engaged with a person who needed robber encouragement in that manner where he encouraged them. And there's another type of person that needs a little bit more Raba they live in a cloud of fear. So the props that allow us to send them work with them in that way. One person is more open to sin.

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Instead of you said Allah Azza wa sallam used the robber tool, guiding them through warnings to help create balance in them, another person is very excited about doing good deeds. So to keep them motivated and keep them going, showing them something better. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he intrigued them through the means a girl, but 13 This is what we call the read into heap.

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So you'll find this in the books of Hadith, where you have a hadith that focus on the live encouragement is that if you're paying a lot, this will be the purchase, this is the benefit of it, and to Him, for those people who miss salah, this is the warning, maybe said Allahu Allah he was sending utilize both tools. And the reality is that both must be utilized. If you just focus on one without the other, there could be great problems that come out of this, you can create wishful.

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You're out and out of fear of loss and being afflicted by a calamity. He followed such a course of action because of differences in temporaries. And

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submission can only be achieved when both the qualities of learning and apprehension coexist. Yes, this is

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only be achieved when both of these characteristics are balanced out.

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That you have to learn to yearn and you have to also have fear. So when you're sitting at home and you're feeling a little lazy to pray salah, in your heart, you're thinking maybe I'll pray later or you're thinking Ah, it's suffered a lot. Maybe the thought even crosses your mind, I should skip it, which is something that should never occur consciously you should never be okay with missing Salam. If you are at a state of awareness and you're aware that it's a lot of time, that should never happen to a Muslim. Is that Is that clear to you guys, you should consciously never miss forgetfulness that happens May Allah protect us from forgetfulness, some that have

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actually had. So he points out here that

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that these things cannot be accomplished until both of them are balanced. Yes, what I used to do in Lobby Hema,

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these two call comes reinforced in perpetuity provincially in the town totality of a

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third attribute. With regard to the injunctions or the Sharia, he steered clear of excuses and shortcomings and follow the middle path. The best of ways is, after all that which is balanced and free of excessive excesses and shortcomings. So here we think, here the third point that he mentions, is that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam implemented Sharia, that's his ultimate goal, he receives revelation to teach it and implement it, that you don't just want revelation to be in the Quran. You want revelation to be in the lives of people. So when the Quran speaks of sugar, the goal isn't just to have sugar mentioned in the Quran, but it's to have the

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sugar present in the lives of human beings. When the Quran talks about truth, we're being trustworthy and being truthful. We want to see these attributes being present. Similarly, being when it comes to legal matters, where the Quran establishes punishments for certain wrongs, they need to exist. But unfortunately, if you don't implement revelation properly, it can become a great means of oppression and sadness in the lives of people the exact opposite for what it came.

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So how can it be said Allahu alayhi wa sallam avoid any of that from happening? What made him complete an amazing and the who are other female shara, whom in Edina and in Hulu we will succeed electrolysis. Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam brought people to a path that focused on the middle. Well, Haider moody osato Leanna hula Adamu vein interface are filled with oxygen. While sad magia was an Adela Hubble mini Russia Wallah she will mean said that in the in the midst of Aloha they will certainly didn't allow people to sway too far here or too far there. He taught people to be in the middle that choose the middle path. If everyone sways too far to one, one extreme, they will

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deviate. So the province that Allahu Allah was someone who either Luffy Mushara, home in Edina and a little bit about that while implementing Sharia the province that Allahu alayhi wa sallam while teaching people the deen. He taught them the middle path. And there are many examples of this, that the province that Allahu alayhi wa sallam. Obviously it really depends on the individual. But yet overall, why I say that is because there were cases where a suit Allah said Allahu alayhi wa sallam nudged certain companions beyond what he would encourage others because they had that potentially though. These were students of now their senior companions of Minnesota law said a lot of them so he

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encouraged them to do more. We have examples of say there are so these are the allaahu I'm

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So many of them, that'll be a moments where he does everything above and beyond everyone else. That was him. But if we leave those those examples to aside for a few moments, what we'll see is, overall, the province that along it was sort of encouraged the whistled, and actually that, that be in the middle of the famous example of the companions, who took a vow that they wouldn't sleep during the night and that they would fast every day. And one of them said that I won't get married to that sort of loss. But a lot of them said, No, that's not how you do it. There must be it done. You can't go too far. One way, you can't go too far. The other way, must find a middle path. And the

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reality is that

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the deen becomes a part of the lives of people at the point where they understand where their social and religious lives crossover

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where they understand that there is a need for adjustments on both ends, but you don't have to sacrifice one for the other. When you tell people to sacrifice something holistically, that you have to completely walk away from your social life, from the life that you knew before to be a part of this Deen. That is a price very few will pay. And those who are willing to pay that price may not be able to sustain it.

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They need to learn that there is a middle path. I remember when we were young.

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After the break, we were in London, us after the break one of our teachers, he was just asking everyone, what did you guys do? What did you guys do?

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So

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he then at the end said that we went on a vacation. He was saying that with my kids, I went on a vacation. So in my mind, I thought to myself, religious guy going on vacation that must be so lame.

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Like, what does a religious dude do on vacation? Like, I stuck with a lot on my mind was very corrupt at the time. And I didn't have good Adam. So a little scarf. And then I said to the chef, he was very kindness it just what did you even do? Did you like all go to the matches, we had to go for 10 days, because that would have shifts family does for vacation.

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So then

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I don't know how to describe the look that he had on his face.

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I think what he was trying to say through those looks as you're done.

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But he didn't say that obviously.

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Then he explained what his vacation was. And after he said and I thought to myself, well, that sounds fun. He took his kids, they went camping somewhere. There's a place there in England called Blackpool. They went there, they enjoyed, you know, whatever they did as a family. And it hit me at that point. That what I understood to be recreation wasn't the only definition of recreation.

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In order for me to grow spiritually to reach that next level, there were adjustments that need to be made, that I would be able to travel but maybe not to this place instead of go to that place and find joy, not in sin, but rather in the minutiae of Allah subhanaw taala adjustments need to be made. For for every it's as if for every time you tell someone that something isn't okay. They will be very keen to listen if you offer them a meaningful solution, that this is what you can do. Instead, people need to have solutions and there needs to be a middle path for them. That allows them to be most of them get a good family member Yep. Someone who is healthy in the workforce and

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can contribute to the greater community is able to be an activist where needed, able to be an educator where needed, they aren't locked away. And if we think about this purely from a number of standpoint, extreme extremism doesn't work. It's not sustainable. Because that extreme the world you create extremism just consumed itself.

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Does that make sense to you guys? Like there's this new level of what's next, the new level of what's more extreme, what's more extreme? Therefore, the Quran says what about Nia It's inevitable. Oh, ha, Nakata, Holly,

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that this practice that Christians adopted of not getting married and dedicating their lives to monasteries tucked away in mountains in a hot market have no hottie and this was not from a muscle. This is something that you added on yourself. Therefore the prophets of Allah Manet was set him said that there is no scenario that a person involves himself with extremism, but it'll overcome them. It allows Allah it will overcome it.

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And this is why it's important that you study the deen with mentors and teachers. Otherwise if you're just reading books, the world very quickly becomes black and white. The other problem the other side of this coin is equally problematic. Where people don't take their dean serious at all.

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This balance Go ahead.

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There is neither rectitude nor excellence in that

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He is in the middle of

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fourth ashram. He did not inclined towards this world, nor did he reject it outright with the sahaba. Instead, he instructed them to follow the middle path. He saw nobody said themselves. The best of you is the one who does not cast aside his worldly matters for the hereafter, nor the hereafter for his worldly matters, the best of you is the one who benefits from this world and from the Hereafter. This is the recommended because devoting oneself totally to the one

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to the one to the exclusion of the other would amount to an X in excess, while a combination of the two is the balanced and middle path, but also the most on the low on the use of them. So here he starts this conversation, I cut them off because we're going to start reading somebody laughs and as we read them, I'd like for us to read through the whole rewire in one go.

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This so the previous one was about moderation in Dean, this point right here point number four is moderation in the in the dunya moderation in your worldly life. So and the hula Mia will be a sabe Illa dunya wa ala roughly half of you sort of Allah is certainly not teaches companions that collect look at his collectively, they should all fall to the feet of the dunya where that's all it is that we earn more, earn more, earn more, and that we want this to be a religion that has the most number of millionaires or billionaires. That's what our goal is as an ummah. That's not true. We're not allowed roughly, neither was never said, Allahu Allah He was said I'm telling people to abandon the

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dunya together. Now for those of you who are students of knowledge or have maybe attended some gatherings of knowledge before may have come across the dy out of the promise that a lot is summed up warned us of engaging with the dunya but here we just said why not a lot of the neither to the parts that a lot is that I'm telling people to reject it. Well, it's not objects that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is warning people to to avoid rather it's the love of the vignette. And then on top of that, in the scenario where I sort of lost in a lot of cinemas telling people to avoid actual wealth, this is to tell people that there are people who can handle the dunya when it

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comes before them, but most people fold

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so in a scenario where you have to choose to over engage or disengage disengagement is a safer route.

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You only grow from there it consumes you.

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So

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what am I gonna do Hornby? Amara Husi Hubballi RT dolly or call a pharaoh Kuma lemmya Dunya Julio Filati Ophira who dunya while I can Fado Coleman Asada min Hardy, he will have the the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said the city was narrated by mandate from Allah to Allah and also the socket from underspin Malika the Allah one

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where an Informatica Allah Juan says, laser we highly recommend Tata cadonia. Hula Astra to the best of you is not one who completely abandons the dunya this worldly life for the sake of achieving the hereafter what I'll say about the holy dunya and neither is the best thing you're the one who sacrifices his asset altogether just to gain everything from the dunya Hata you see them in homage me I'd rather in reality, the best of your is the one who is able to take

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which one? Both of them hotter you see both men who match me I'm fitting dunya Bella will want to call Colin Allen us for indeed this world. This material world that we live in, is what will allow you to reach the hereafter if you don't engage with it without the Kulu Carla gnarliness What does color mean?

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Like a burden away? Well, what calluna Allah Mola right that you become a burden and weight on other people? Because if you're not financially taking care of yourself, how long will they live off of Mommy and Daddy's credit card.

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At some point, they're also making the wealth but how you got

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that set me free? How long will I be

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covering this person's bills? They must learn to stand on their own feet and take care of themselves. And Allah subhanaw and without reward our parents for all their sacrifices? Yes.

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Also the loss of money or someone says

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the world isn't excellency, right so that it conveys you to the hereafter. The reason for this is that a person needs to utilize our provisions of this world or hereafter to perform as many good deeds as possible in this world. When we discard the world wonder distorts the world is either your pride lost or shown mercy to and subsequently taken care of by others. In the first case, is incapacitated for doing anything. And in the second case, He is despised your Allah subhanho wa Taala will never make us dependent in burden on someone else. This is the dua that I held. I heard our elders making. I heard everyone making this law all the elders that I've met in my life

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heard them making this law have you guys heard this law? Good luck is

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that may Allah subhana wa Tada never make me a burden on someone else. I live a life a healthy life and independent life that I'm able to contribute to others quit aka Vika dodge that may Allah subhanaw taala never make me a burden on someone else. How difficult must that be?

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How difficult that you spend your whole life living independently. And then a point comes in your life where you're fully dependent on someone else, as Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us, you don't do either or the normal

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that the human being then does a full circle and it comes back to where they started. Start off being dependent to become independent, and then back to the first stage. Go ahead,

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did that

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he implement the fundamentals of design and reveal conjunctions in such a way that he's still alive. So here's the previous note one more thing. Right now you sort of know who it was some didn't, you know, encourage people to just run out for the linea nonstop because when your leaders do this, the followers lose hope that this person is purely material. Just today when I woke up in the morning, I was listening to the news. And it says if every time we hear one of these stories that today's off the hot press, right. That another Muslim country, a previous leader there embezzled over $4 billion

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well a photo op look in Lebanon

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May Allah subhanaw taala give hate i It's not that we don't have leadership. It's not that we don't have dominance. It's that we don't have the money.

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Have you said Allahu Allah you will sit him said

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la Imana de mon la amanatullah

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la Imana lemon law amanatullah What a dino lemon law.

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There is no iman for a person who isn't trustworthy.

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If they're not worthy of being trusted, what emaan do you have in your heart? Go ahead.

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Is that true? He's a little arsenal by the fundamentals of Islam and revealed injunctions in such a way that he clearly expanded into the among the acts of worship, which are improvement on them. And he didn't just come in and he personally showed them how to do it. And then he said Allahu Allah, he was sedums living presence was an opening a shock to the Quran to Revelation.

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Therefore, we have such a great emphasis on the study of Hadith and Sunnah.

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Understanding who the Prophet sallallahu sallam was

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going

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and explained all that as lawful and unlawful. He comprehensively explained the permissible and impermissible relating to covenants, marriages and transactions, to such an extent that even the people of the book using Christians relied on him for many of their transactions and inheritance issues. On the other hand, he said he was never in need of rulings from others. He also laid down principles in his in his shop for which rulings could be derived and extracted, and which served as precedents for the future. This point that he's making this paragraph is very, it's beautiful. So listen carefully.

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But in addition,

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he ordered those who are present to convey the message to those who are asking so that the latter would come to know of his analysis and utilize his words that's also the loss of love it was and Do you guys understand that sent along? So did you guys understand what he said there? So the first thing so mama had an issue that he sued and the du loup al Hawa, detail Mufasa what to stumble to Allah, Allah, Allah. So what maybe so long while he was still in first, he delivered the common rulings. That was the previous point that he just mentioned under this same point number five, point number five. So the first part of it was he enacted Cydia, he showed people how to live by Cydia.

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Point number two, the mama had that he showed that he will soon and then maybe sort of long while he was also taught them the common principles that needed to be extracted to further understand scenarios that you encounter. Right. So he taught them the tally

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for an hour on nacinda artifact. So now the visa Lord is sort of gave his suit. He gave them the candle rulings, and he gave them principles for us now unassembled the artifact. So now moving forward, there is no longer a need for another revelation. Because not only did this bean offer people the fruit but it also gives them the authority. Not only did it tell them what to do on their day to day but taught them how to understand and legislate based off of revelation while I'm into basketball and photography. Now that's okay, now the next part through my camera shahada, you believe in God, Allah Allah maybe in very way that God is hurry. The next thing that we said Allah

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Islam

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It was he, he told the one that was present who was in front of him and heard the lesson directly to go to those that were absent. Taught them legal rulings, taught them how to establish principles. Number three, created a system of conveying knowledge that those that are present conveyed onto others.

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Forgot the clutter said Allah they said unbelievable when I took the Baliya for Rupa mobile loving our arm in Samyang Nabi SallAllahu sallam said can they learn from me and do not attribute false towards me? Do not lie to her Do not lie at me. Right? For oppa mobile login it is possible that the one who the message is conveyed to Allah I'm insomnia and has a better ability to retain that knowledge than the one who actually heard it.

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What Oba homily, 15 Illa men who are human, and sometimes the one who is carrying the knowledge may lead it to someone else who has a deeper understanding of that knowledge. Come on my shoulder, I'm in unison with them being Lama Nasima Ahmad Rahman. How they didn't even Hatha Surah, Lima Hamdulillah, who ministry and then he continues from there.

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Go on to point number six, six.

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He waged jihad against his enemies even though he and the view followers for Whitman are surrounded, confined and restricted from all sides.

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Gradually, his small number of followers were priests, and their objectiveness changed the honor. By constantly battling against the enemy, he became a force which had to be recommended. His awe inspiring nature also contributed greatly to this increase. He invited towards a sound until it had proliferated and became popular and remain firm and jihad against the enemy until he was victorious against given the initial paucity of his followers success would have been virtually impossible without the most honest kindness is

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seven attributes. Okay, so the fifth one might be sort of long while he was sort of teaching Shediac and giving the tools to people to understand so this next one, sort of lost it along. It was Saddam also engaged in jihad, where the enemy became stubborn, where the enemy came to threats. The province that Allahu it was set them didn't run away. Rather he stood firm, that, you know, there is a different language to communicate with different people. And do we have a saying for this bottle, not okay, good bottles on a Monday. What that means is that there are some scenarios that you have to kick the door down. And if you just talk to the door, open up, open up, open up, it's not going

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to open up lots, okay, good partisan a Monday. Sometimes you have to kick the door down as well. Yes.

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Never in the framework or any sort of connotation of aggression or oppression, and a whole load up with

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the prompts that allow audio systems every every battle, was in all reality, nothing but Rama mercy. Read the books of Sita and you'll see this, they may sound contradictory, that how could battle be mercy? How could a punishment be a mercy be a mercy? Allah subhanho wa Taala says regarding the sauce retribution, welcome, filthy, saucy.

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Hayato

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Welcome to sauce and that's what the next one person kills. The family has the right to take retribution. So we went to justice. Yet when Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about this retribution in the Quran. What does he say? Welcome, filthy, saucy. Hayato. Yeah, will Bobby, the people of intelligence you will see that in this retribution there is life. Right? That when you uphold justice, one person may be punished for the wrongs they did. But you are preserving safety for large, large group of people. Right, everyone else benefits from the outcome of that punishment,

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which is justice being enacted.

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Seventh attribute

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the special bravery and valor which are displayed in these battles and exploring against the enemies in every single year fighting the battle, terrifying battle human being firm and resolute until he was either victorious or had to defend himself. He know he's never fled from his position more than he rushed to accumulate. Yes. Remember this guy's courage. It's a part of reaching completion as a human being. You will need to fight your fears. Be strong. It's a very healthy thing to do that every now and then you step out of your comfort zone. Do something that you haven't done before. Don't be reckless. But learn to face your fears.

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Because once you learn to not be afraid of challenges that face you, you learn to endure. You learn that you have the ability to conquer and grow. You learn to stand for your principles, you learn to stand for what's right. Courage and Shuja is at the center of being a human being. You must always develop this in yourself, work on it, how can I develop my courage even further, a part of courage is here. You need to know that you can endure and that you can pull through. But another part of courage is also building yourself like physically, intellectually, where you know that I can rely on what I've built myself so far that I've taken my classes and I have the courage to do the surgery. I

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can do it. Now someone like me during a surgery, that's not a good idea. I

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mean, Hakeem today, John. Me Mala Fatra. Eman how half a doctor and your life is in danger as a scholar and your Eman is in danger. Needless after a month,

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I was telling them a story in the car that when I was when I visited Africa, how many years ago was about six, seven years ago. We were once driving. And the brother who was driving I shared the story on the way to the helicopter. The brother that was driving he had this. He had this four by four. And for some reason he thought it was a good idea to chop off the top half of the car.

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Literally, it was sliced off. There was no roof above us. So we were just driving in the park.

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And then he turned the engine off and such.

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So I said to him what happened. And he whispered to me, he said I smell lion dung.

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There's a lion here. So you turn the engine off, we sat quietly.

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And we waited for like a minute or two and the line crossed us. It was an albino lion, by the way. And it was maybe where it was a to city. Three Superboy that's where the line was.

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I was terrified.

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There wasn't even a roof on my head if that lion decided that you know what? That looks like a good body.

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That was going to be awkward about one

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end of the band.

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Right there. There was no protection, no fans, nothing, no color. Nothing was just right there.

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In that trip, I interact with so much wildlife never before after in my life, maybe after but never before.

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So the guys smile. I said, like I

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spoke with. I told these guys in that region, a bunch of the people that I met even some of the Africans spoke.

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It's a long story.

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I said what are you going to do?

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So he's clenching this light that he had. He said if it comes I'm gonna fight it.

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Said a for excellence.

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That's 10 out of 10 for courage, man, this guy's ready to fight a lion.

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I'm trying to think which way do I run? What do I do to hide another car? I don't know. Hearts thumping, terrified, never encountered something like this before. Courage. Yes, go ahead.

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It says he's all alone by yourself. Learn bombs compose is the hammer the alarm homes turned away from him initially in the Battle of one eight, and only nine people from his family and Sahaba remain. This is the way you know, I have to tell us without battalion or the motto but some hour later, would be ruined that people began to abandon the battlefield because they were caught off guard.

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A shower rain of arrows was falling from the sky.

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Firing the arrows. And people began to run backwards. Yes.

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Seated on a donkey from which he saw the losses that

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were pursued. He was in a predicament, as he was forced to face a huge enemy. But he stood firm before the Sahaba and called out to them come to me Oh servants of Allah. I am the true prophet. I am the son of

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illegality, by the law, and then maybe you can

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come to me, those of you that are running away, come with me. I am the Prophet of Allah, Allah will give me victory. And I am the son of Abdul Muttalib and Abdul Muttalib. In his grandfather, he never ran away. He was a courageous man. He faced Ebola looked at him in the eye didn't tremble or shake, and neither will I run today. Go ahead.

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As a result, they recite the words individually and use the Hawaiian notice to retreat.

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Isa Larson How often were the people they were at war with so when they saw it one gathering together, they retreated.

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He's on the law and it was seven members here in fighting the large numbers of combatants and never stopped engaging those.

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That's how I learned this. They weren't afraid of numbers.

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They believed in their message they believe in their Allah. They believe in the promise that Allah subhanaw taala says us here to who Allah Deen equally come in Thea Tim

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honeynut in Zola but phiaton Cathy rotten, isn't Allah Allahu wa Savini don't get caught in numbers that we're a minority we can accomplish it. This is a goofy way of looking at the world. People have emaan trust Allah with his last give it their best.

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And the amazing thing is the outcome and result will always be there.

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Allah subhanahu wa Tada gives off of isness he gives off of blocks he gives off of Madonna. You put hard work in your sincere you ask Allah Allah will give.

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Go ahead.

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Allah out as many followers and armies he remained patient until Allah Allah grant.

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His valor was without any more.

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A terrifying sound those ones

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people rushed towards it, but found those who was also a law abiding citizen had already the nation's origin before them. They saw him returning bear back on the horse, which the longtime

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law, he had his sword with him and said to them, old people, there is nothing to fear there is nothing to fear. Then he addressed the phone all day long. I found him meaning the horse to be very swift, it had been a very slow horse, subsequently, no horse without running.

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His bravery and valor were due to his quote, Chase total conviction that a lot of assistance and grant victory his religion and realization was the promise in order to give it supremacy over every religion. And as an affirmation of his work when he says, The earth was contracted for me. And so I saw its east and west, the kingdom of microcanonical reach all the areas which were contracted for this is sufficient as a fulfillment of his right. It also serves as a testimony of

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a theologian. He was generous with everything healed and gave away everything which he desired. At the time of his passing on the lawn, or something to shield was, was mortgaged to a Jew in exchange for some barley in order to feed his family. He's on the lower set of rules over in the Arabian Peninsula at a time when other kings and princes own vast amounts of wealth and properties. They used to store all these treasures post amongst each other, and take delight from that from them out of insolence and arrogance. He's on the line over all their kingdoms, yet he did not.

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He schooled us to be unrefined and his clothing course. Yet he used to give away items of importance in abundance. He sold a lot of us and that would give to larger groups of people while he himself would swallow the bitter disappointment.

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And exercise is the person who the profits that

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we have to judge our own morale if

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he swallowed the bitterness of having little knowing that his Alma received all of their goods that they were taking care of.

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And exercise stations over intense on.

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He's on the law, I sent him a paper following up from the lesson 6000 prisoners of war 24,000 candles, 40,000 votes and 4000 ounces of silver, he gave away his entire share and return to

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the white he narrates almost ordinariness from the law on how to set the law did not leave behind a single

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not a single vote or camel and did not make any requests. When anyone asked him for anything, and he did not have, he would tell the person to go and purchase it in his name. He's totally lost. And I would never let anyone go into hegemons besides me areas from from his father, from all of the above the law and that a man came to sue a loss of the law. I listened and asked him to give him something because the muscle alive Senate reply, I did not have anything at present. You may go and purchase in my name and when I do get something I will pay Subhan Allah. He said O Messenger of Allah, you give me something the crops that a lot of times that I don't have anything to give, why don't you go

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to the store, buy something, put it on my tap, I'll pay the bill for you.

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I'm not at the Allah hawan didn't like this. He said, our Messenger of Allah, you've given until you have nothing left. You don't need to carry other people's taps.

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And you sort of a lot of sort of more than happy with I'm going to be a model.

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Yes.

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And then from the unsolved set of all of us all along, spending to not hear any shortage from the master of the throne. Yeah, so I'm in Saudi when he heard Oh my God, Allah who can say this to the purpose of the law. Listen to I'm sorry. You said you had a suit of law. I'm fit what had to happen in the Atlanta that you give. Allah will take care of you. That's where you are.

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On one side on

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One of the other one,

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you know, was apprehensive to maybe sort of long while he was sort of taking on this debt fuckery has had a lot of sort of Calama on the other hand is unsavoury is saying a messenger of Allah you just keep giving the way your heart desires to Allah will take care of you first, but some are sort of lost and Allah while he was here and episode Allahu alayhi wa sallam smiled. Well already for a few words he ambition on recorded on Saudi from makalah behalf omit maybe some awesome, smiled and said, almost indicating to that person. This is what my LORD commanded me to do. God

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was also a lot to say, I am more responsible for the believers than their own selves. When any believer passes away and has this I take the responsibility of paying them. If he leaves behind dependent he should come to me and I will take care of him. But if he leaves behind any well it is for tears. Can there be any generosity and might not be similar to this? Can there be any abstention and ask people to this, it is important for anyone. Is it impossible for anyone to attain the least of his merits in the slightest that his virtues, his merits and virtues are countless and can never be acquired to return? These were never found that these were never found to perfection in any

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person, allowing him to equal a sort of vessel of

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his merits and virtues were acknowledged by both friend and foe. That immigrants obstinate ones agnostics and atheists were trying to denigrate his words and actions and find areas of his moments of seriousness or lightheartedness. but could find no laughs despite their best efforts and fonts, can there be any virtue greater than that which is attested to by his enemies and enemies? Again, this guy had a job.

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He was committed to making fun of us sort of less than a lot of stuff. The best thing he could get out of the privacy of a lot is Saddam. I mean, this guy was waiting, just trying the best thing that he got two things he came up with. Both of them are super lengthy. The first thing is, he would call me sort of La hottie was send him with a mum instead of Muhammad. Atop doesn't mean there was nothing left for him to do other than name calling.

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It must have been so lonely for him. I'm trying to find something to say against this guy and the only thing left now is cheap.

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You know?

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Playground bullying tactics. Let's just do some random name calling let's flip the person's name. And the other one, he made fun of Nabi SallAllahu, it was sedums, male children dying.

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Oh, his kids died. He's cursed by the gods. There was nothing left for him though. You guys understand? He's trying to find dirt against the promise that a lot is sent him to get the whole community to turn against him. He comes up empty handed every time.

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Yes.

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Can there be any merchant greater than that which is attested to by his peers and enemies. They could find no weakness in him by means of which they slander, harm, disgrace or fate. He's on the life sciences as opposed says, check that animal before we have to read up on full mesh mesh.

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All of all mankind has testified to his merits even his enemies, the virtual unenlightened testimony.

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When your enemy speaks highly of you, then you understand that who this person actually is. But Father do my Shahe that to be

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God.

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Whoever has reached the peak of virtues and perfection in all matters is most certainly qualified for the leaders of the world.

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He's on the line is most worthy to be avoided to see to the well being of the creation to spread fitness and to end corruption. There is no greater status for a man and profitably also the loss of the virus was less worthy and more than able to fulfill his responsibilities. For this reason he was appointed as a missive Prophet what is the highest mcbomb He carried the highest Oh Soph and therefore he was a fit for this responsibility. All the traits that he Mama Mama worthy listed, he's closing off now that all of these traits existed in this person. Right? Luckily, and Abby and Phil Anamika Lila tune with Joomla to have much more hands on female harmony.

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Every prophet sent to mankind had their virtue, but all of them were gathered in Muhammad Sallallahu

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I did not praise the Prophet of Allah with my words because they are incapable of doing that. My in my doctor Muhammad and

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how can these words praise a person that lives such a pure life that inspired the lives of millions and millions of people? What can I say? Regarding someone who Allah Himself dedicated words of praise

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You know in Dr. Muhammad and the mortality when I came to Makati the Muhammad, rather, by mentioning Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we have blessed this gathering our lives, our words and our time.

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By being able to love him these hearts have been blessed. By being able to read up him these eyes are blessed

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he some of our responsibilities without any lapses when he stood up as an ethics advocate. Thus, he wasn't he was most suited for it, and it was mostly different. All usually corresponding pairs are similar or similar and all similar parents are mutually attracted to each other. Usually attractive parents are in agreement with another with one another agreement disarming and harmony is the basis of every system and the fundamental of every union.

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This was one of the most obvious testimonies to the authenticity and veracity of this problem so long after such clarity on the interface person who protected all praises mutual love to Allah and inspiring us to obey to obey laws

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and guidance to the testing.

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The words of the Bible log in here, after a few changes, additions and deletions, after this concise presentation on the personality of this little muscle alive some of his character, I now present his teaching methods and his accurate instructions and teachings derived from reliable most of the purists and

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with that we conclude today we finished the economy remember my worthy. Now the next chapter, I Sally booth Taleem, the teaching methodology of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, we will start in our next class Allah subhanaw taala This is likely to be what Allah Allah said I'm Hamid Saramonic