Hussain Kamani – The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher 29

Hussain Kamani
AI: Summary © The importance of repeating a statement multiple times to emphasize the topic is emphasized, along with the need for students to repeat themselves to avoid confusion and memorize the message. The importance of finding a permanent job and speaking the truth is emphasized, as it is often the norm for young people to give false testimony and disre hardly. The negative impact of jealousy on behavior and relationships is also discussed, including a brief recap of a statement from a woman named Jana about her mother, Fida, and Missus Janaza, as well as a woman named Missus Amara. The segment also touches on the topic of the Saudi Arabia's recent actions, including signing the National Security Law and signing the National Security Law.
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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at times would repeat his message.

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And the message would be clear, but the purpose behind repeating it was to emphasize the subject matter. So the student can internalize and let it settle in

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what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was saying in

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also to let the student know how important it was when he was saying, the famous example is once the companion pastor sued lost a lot of money from a set of for advice, sort of sort of loss of love, instead of settling delta for rather than Mirabeau. And also the last little while while he was sitting continuously repeated.

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Which means do not become angry, do not become angry, do not become anything, because how important this advices one simple advice can be a game changer. So similarly, when you're teaching a lesson, there are moments where you need to repeat yourself that this particular point that I'm saying is important in your repeated when you say once more, and then you say it again. Yes.

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So now now salatu salam, ala Rasulillah all qualify Allah.

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Repeating a statement three times for emphasis. That's what allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to repeat his words in order to emphasize the subject matter and to draw attention to its importance so that the listener could understand and comprehend it fully. You remember a lot about him. Allah also has a chapter in title, one who repeats his speech

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three times so that it may be understood.

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Have a little huddle about him a lot quotes if needed. Millennial Rahim Allah who said by including this chapter, you might have thought he will have a lot refutes those who dislike statement statements to be repeated. Those who reprimand a student for asking that something be repeated. And those who consider such a request to the assignment stupid. So there were other of the past, who generally discouraged that a student requests that something be repeated, because they would say to whom

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they would view it as a sign of stupidity. That why is the student asked me that, again, they should understand the first time, say mobile law here, the number homophony behind the terms of career.

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He then established this chapter in his book to clarify that there is nothing wrong with asking for a question, asking a question or asking for the subject matter to be clarified, and rather a sort of lesson to love and it was selling himself to take initiative. In repeating the message multiple times. This is actually a sign of a good teacher, a sign of a good teacher is that they teach a lesson and then they probably give an example explain the matter again, give me another example. So a little comparative analysis, and through this whole process, the student has learned that one muscle or four times with you,

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it settles in, they say in Arabic, that when now that is repeated, it settles, when knowledge is repeated, when you repeat it again and again. It settles into the mind it takes place. Yes.

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He adds, in truth, the rule differs under different circumstances. If a student is unable to understand something the first time there is nothing wrong in asking for it to be repeated. And there is no excuse for the teacher not to repeat it. In fact, to repeat it becomes more

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cubed on him than the first time he explained it. Because by commencing an explanation, one becomes obliged to repeat it, if it is not understood,

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will have an error. It's on the authority of Anasazi, a low animal that when was the last time it was in them used to say anything? He used to repeat it three times so that it could be understood.

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One time I heard the alarm.

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She heard her sort of lots of alarm was said I'm saying, man who Siva was

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on the Day of Judgment, whoever Allah subhanaw taala does be thorough in Sabah. full accountability, you are under audit. If that happens to anyone on the Day of Judgment, they will surely be punished. They're in trouble. No one wants a full audit on the man who Sieber

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thought I should get on your loved one for call to erase

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Allah azza wa jal for so for you has to be serving.

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So I shall

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ask the Messenger of Allah. But doesn't Allah subhanho wa Taala say that the hisab on the Day of Judgment will be easy.

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On one side you're saying when postive are all diva But here Allah subhana wa Tada says for sofa your hospital is seven zero and easy counting

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audit for Korean abuse of law.

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In Nicaragua, when I can be malnutrition, cassava Yannick, that is talking about a person's deeds being presented to Allah without a thorough investigation, thorough accountability, that a lot of that is presented, everyone's deeds will be presented to Allah azza wa jal. But now from those people, there are those that Allah subhanahu Morgado will open up every line, every word in every letter, every penny they spent, they will be under a thorough spotlight. People freak out when the IRS comes after them.

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Imagine a loss of commitment to Allah protect us from any such

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emphasizing the importance of a matter by changing one's posture and by repetition.

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At times also the loss of the law it was Sallam will change his sitting posture and position just to clarify

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the previous narration previous chapter we read them via an analysis of the alarm on says and the Hogan is that the Kalama became an ad.

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There are times Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was speaking with himself, Allah, Allah, Allah repeating himself. So the message was abundantly clear.

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This is possible for those who speak less and also for people who are concise and selective with their words. For those of us who just Babylon and say 1000 Words per Minute.

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Good luck on repeating the same

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First of all, when we speak that much because it's

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speak two words and your words, carefully thought out, and there's depth and meaning in them repeating it actually makes some sense to us

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the next year.

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Next up, local readers, chapter number 25 Is your house who will meet with the regional center, he will highly he was a corollary of UCLA. This is similar to the previous one. But in this case, the author's pointing out that in addition to the sort of loss of Allamani, he was sort of repeating his statement or clarification.

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With the lead He just said he will highly at times are sort of loss of life sentiment, he would repeat a statement for its emphasis, he would also change his posture.

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He would set up sometimes, right? Sometimes you stand up when you're conveying a message. So the person sees that there's a change in posture, whatever comes next is a big deal. So we need to heal

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At times also possible all your sudden we change the sitting posture position, and then repeat what he had said in order to convey the importance and gravity of his words or warning.

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In Antonio scenario on the authority of Abu Abu Bakr Radi Allahu anhu, said, Abu

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Abu Bakr, really, only Allah knows what allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Should I not inform you of the most serious of major sins? Should I not inform you of the most serious of major sins? Should I not inform you of the of the most serious of major sins? We reply indeed all sorts of love. So he repeated that three times.

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Three times, and then also the last. But I also of course, highlight Alicia Alchemilla. While listening to things he pointed out.

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sociated any partner with Allah, disobedience to the parents, what kind of Turkey and for Genesis, while Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was near Reading this hadith he was replying. But at this point after saying these two things, Gela sucky, startup streak. Bacala allow total zoo we should have that zoo, sort of loss of love money or certain certain, say, at our own zoo, which had a zoo, the false testimony and lies false testimonies and lies from Azaria. Pulu ha ha cool to La Yes. He kept saying again and again again and again until my mind I thought will he not stop it was so heavy on them the weight of supergloss for a long while he was so upset, and he repeating that

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message again and again lies lies false testimony from Azada your Karina ha ha owner, but why is he Muslim? The robbing the narrative? He says also allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam kept repeating his statement until we said later who said that we wish you would stop not to Hashem sort of loss of life. So don't what I other than that. The Sahaba never had thought like that. But it was more because they felt the loss of a loved one It was sudden was in distress, as He repeated it again and again. Now there's a discussion here, he said, Alicia, Willa, while reclaim a Hold on while again, while recline. But when it comes to all the zoo, rich how the zoo so the loss of the law while he

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was himself.

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The reason for this is

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in order for human beings, to live in peace and harmony, in order for any lead

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to be fruitful and beneficial for human beings to reside them, they've has to be some form of a system of justice.

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Every person needs to at least know at the back of their mind whether they ever use that justice system or not that it's therefore they have to believe that if I was on the train, and someone pushed me, and I got it on camera, something could happen. something should happen. If I was at work and someone discriminated against me, someone stole my wealth. Someone cheated me, someone killed someone in my family, someone was selling drugs, someone committed a crime in front of me. Can I get justice or not? The justice system. In all reality, no matter how technical or complicated it is, it relies on honesty.

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If people are not honest,

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whether it's investigators, whether it's those that are testifying, or even the judges involved, if honesty leaves the coats, that whole system, no matter how much money you pump into it is going to collapse. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in this hadith is teaching us that you must always speak the truth. You don't have to testify in a court case, by the way, unless there are some cases where the party can summon you. But in most cases, you're not required to testify

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by your choice to testify, you can say, I choose not to be informed in this case. But if you did see something, then you should speak. And in that case, when you do speak, you must speak the truth. This is the unfortunate reality of many of the countries across the world that we come from and our forefathers come from.

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There is no justice there. There's no way for a person to seek the right. Getting a simple passport continued, unnecessarily long time, unless you agree to bribe someone along the way. When the justice system fails, in your view, when you talk to people back home, and they ask you, well, how is America How's living in the West, you say? It's actually quite pleasant.

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And they say, but it's a lot of fun. And you say, Well, I've figured out how to deal with that. By living a life of email, and by promoting ima. But as far as raising a family goals, building a community goes, we have freedoms in our western countries that allow us to live and practice Islam in a way where unfortunately, in many Muslim countries, it is impossible. And that's the sad reality. That's the unfortunate sad reality. But anyway, let's not think about governments right now. Let's talk about individuals. As individuals, we create healthy societies by speaking the truth. So Sue lost a loved one he was gotten

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called Paul Zhu, Zhu Zhu shahada zoo kept saying again and again Don't lie, don't lie. Don't lie, speak the truth. In the Quran, we're told to speak the truth, even if it's against ourselves. Gonna call Amina.

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wallow, physical

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therapy, that speak the truth. Let that be your guide. Your parents should know that if I asked my child a question, they will speak the truth even if it's against me.

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At the time, they may not appreciate it when you speak your truth. But ultimately, that mother will know that this child of mine always speaks the truth. I hated that they always speak the truth. That's the IANA sign symbol that every Muslim should have. So here we see the lesson a lot is going to be set up and he he spoke with an opening. Yes.

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There's a long discussion if

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you can read in

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the words of false statement and false testimony are the same in meaning they merely explain each other and serve to emphasize the point. The reason for repeating the words a false false statement and a false testimony. And not the words describing Congress to Allah and disobedience to parents was to issue a particular warning against false testimony. This is because people commit commit the sin more readily and overlook its grabbing and its harms can be more disasters. ascribing partners to Allah is repugnant to a Muslim and disobedience to parents is abundant to one's nature, asked for false testimony and the motives behind it are men giving special importance to it was therefore

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appropriate. Repetition of this was not to show that it was that it is more serious than ascribing partners to a more disbelief. It should be borne in mind that ascribing partners will lie in disbelief or the greatest of citizens, but rather, these are easier and there are motives behind.

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You know, a group of young guys are driving and someone hits them and they decide to finally whiplash case and sue the person. They're all like, nothing. No one had any whiplash. It was a small little bump was a you know, but everyone's testifying accordingly. They've all come up with come up with their stories, they all have their, you know, made up bogus doctor's note, and they're they're hurting another person, and rightfully.

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They get something out of it, they might walk away with a $5,000 check edge, they might walk away with some money that comes out of it out of their petty case, but they've destroyed their asset. Therefore, make dua to Allah subhanahu McDonogh that he allows you to always speak the truth. Sometimes you have a car accident, you were at fault, but you quickly start blaming the other person hoping that they admitted, you fluster them, you catch them off guard, you overpower them, overwhelm them in that moment and get them to testify that they did something wrong, so the insurance will come after you. You'd rather be held accountable by your insurance and pay that premium and deal

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with it in the dunya than having to face the outcome of this lie. And after we Allah protects.

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false testimony is to live with mystifying in order to promote a wrong such as murder, usurping wealth and forfeiting the rights of others. There are no major sins which are more harmful than destructive than these after ascribing partners with the law that hence they are considered equal to ascribing partners with a lot that this explains why we're sort of lost on the logical descended resorting to repetition and was more angry at this crime compared to other more serious crimes such as murder and adultery

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have been handled by him on law said it is desirable to

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Heat and admonishment three times, so that it may be fully understood. If the person giving the admonished the admonition displays his uneasiness it will be more effective, effectively remembered and more useful in conveying the need to abstain from the prohibition. We also learned from this hadith that a student should not shouldn't be concerned when he sees his teacher disturbed and uneasy, he should hope the teacher has not become angry or his anger could cause a change in his mood.

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Furthermore, it teaches us that our alumni should demonstrate to his students that that which he wishes to inform them about. This will encourage them to focus and pay attention to what they are being told. This repetition of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his change of posture were done to direct the attention of his audience towards the seriousness of the action from which he was prohibiting them, namely, namely false testimony.

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drawing the attention of one's listener by repeat by repeatedly calling

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on certain occasions also Los Altos Lovato, send them would repeatedly repeatedly call out to a person in this chapter. The first chapter was about repeating your statement. The previous chapter was about changing your posture and repeating your statement. This is a thought or two sort of long running was sitting in the bath Samling with the chlorine middah that was sort of loss of alarm It was sudden what repeat his call to the individual multiple times. Yeah, about that. Yeah, about that. Yeah, other Yamaha, Yamaha, Yamaha, the one that he was calling, he would say their name, not once but multiple times. This was to catch the undivided attention of the one that he was speaking

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to. The focus here was getting the attention of the student getting their attention. Yes.

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On certain occasions, also muscle as someone would repeatedly call out to a person while delaying his response in order to emphasize the need for attentiveness, so that the person may give you importance to and try his best to understand and remember what was what was about to be settled.

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The medical holiday the memo scenario, the authority of life on Jebel Guardiola, who said, I was sitting behind those who the masala volume was on the same donkey, and there was nothing between me and him except the word against which a writer rests. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said overlap.

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I reply, here I am almost alone. And I had the good fortune of a Navy. He continued on the journey for some time and then said, Oh, Ma, I replied, here I am on a similar line, I have the good fortune of obeying. He continued on the journey for some time and then said, Oh, live in new Java. I replied, here I am almost all along and I have the good fortune of obeying the laws that Allah kept saying his name and his response to me came was in a big the opposite of

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that I'm here I'm here.

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So then also of lesser love, it also says, has done a lot here.

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Go to Allahu Allah, so Allah, Allah, Allah anybody and yeah, we do who are now usually Kobe che.

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Do you know what the right of ALLAH SubhanA wa, tada is over his service? A lot of our best. So there is a lot of events and upset that the right of Allah over his servants is that they worship Him and do not associate any partner with them. I shouldn't call him shake to Masada. So some of you

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continue to travel makalah Yeah, well, I'm gonna go to the bakery also allow Sadek messenger of Allah I'm here. So when have you spent a lot of money with some statement rush? Or have you ever read Mahakala Ibadah Allah? And do you know what the service is deserving from Allah in return a fulfilling Allah's right? You fulfill your right to Allah by worshipping Him? Do you know where you're gonna get a return? Yeah, I know who when they fulfill their their responsibility to Allahu rasool Allah, is Allah and His Messenger know. So to that, maybe some of them so Allah has told me early on Allah, He allow you to develop that in return, Allah subhanahu mcdata will not punish you.

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So here we see a sort of loss of love on April 7, not delivering the answer right away, stretching it out, calling him again and again, pausing in between asking this question. Every time he calls them and continues to walk, we show on Wagner Jabba the long run site, and he was patient.

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He could have said some

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I mean, you call money price, it's gonna there's something you want to say.

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No, that's not the other. He was called by the Prophet of Allah. He announced his presence. The visa the law while he was sitting didn't say anything. He had the good fortune, the good character and the seller to know that in his job just to sit there and wait

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for his turn to college students don't like waiting.

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They want the answer right away.

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You call me Why don't you respond right away while the majority of their loved ones teaching us that sometimes you just waited, so no sort of loss and the second time Yeah, well, I have a big yellow suit allow Saudi. Maybe you saw some didn't say Masada, Martin the juggler, the Allah one knew that in any scenario, Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was calling out to him. So in the recent morning, cinema was going to say something, whether he got it now or later, whatever the Prophet of Allah deemed for it to be best for him, the Prophet of Allah would tell him, and then that would be what he had to do. So he just kept himself ready and prepared. This is beautiful. He didn't push it

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also the loss of law while he was summoned for an answer. And if you look at that, Elijah, each time from masala satin, Some time passed by

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some time passed by.

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On the other side, I mean, again, from modern algebra with your loved ones perspective from another angle, it also must have increased his excitement about what was coming, that the Prophet of Allah kept asking him he was probably thinking, I wonder what it is, I wonder what it is. And then we said a long legal system takes model to be a lot more back down to the fundamentals. What Allah is up over here, you worshiping,

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never associate any apartment with him. And then a little pause. And then again, what can you now expect from ALLAH SubhanA wa, tada alive at the moment. If you're loyal to him, he will be loyal to you. It is impossible that a servant can love Allah more than Allah will love that circuit that you can never win alone.

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You think you will worship Allah and Allah won't reward you for it. You're more generous than Allah, you're more sincere than Allah, you're more willing to give than Allah if possible. So while you're alive of wisdom yet, just keep depositing those checks. Keep sending off as good deeds. Every second commit to every act of worship, commit to it, I think motivates that you can attend code with every Salah you can pray, go do it. You're just sending those checks off, you're sending them off to a bank, though that will pay you back, it will never pay you back equal to what you give. That's against the Mercy of Allah azza wa jal. mandava has an anti fellow who I struggle with that Allah

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subhanaw taala will never give you equal to what you give, he will always multiply. There's always a multiplying factor in play, which is there, you just need to keep giving while you can. And you're healthy. Yes.

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The next chapter

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wrestling the hand or shoulder of the listener to draw his attention in circle also love on a cylinder getting hotter.

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Oh man, curvy, etha or TNT.

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So let me sort of long running with some times when talking to people. So we talked about how you would repeat their name, call out to them now and maybe spend a little money with them to catch the attention of the person at times, but also hold on to their shoulder,

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grab on to that person's shoulder. Sometimes you would hold that person's hand. It's an interesting conversation that therapists and counselors talk about that when you're speaking to someone in order to add a layer of intimacy, sometimes putting your hand on that person

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wrapping their arm around that person's shoulder goes, goes a long way, obviously in the confinements of city, and ensuring everyone's comfortable with the physical touch. putting your hand on that person's knee can go a long way, holding them holding on to them and speaking to them. It's a strong embracing someone is strong, right? It's a physical intimate contact. So here are some loss of Allamani Who said I'm gonna do this at times as well? Yes.

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At times also the loss of a loved one would grasp they have hand or shoulder of his listener in order to increase his attentiveness to what was being taught so that he would focus his ears eyes and heart towards it causing it to be effectively remember.

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How to Remember very thorny Mama will the Align who said those who lost all the love it was sent to me helped me by my shoulder and said, remain in this world as though you were a stranger or one who was crossing a pet. So that was sort of last

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or evil

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in this world as if you're a stranger or one just passing

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one that I've seen come in more than half second.

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And consider yourself while you are alive from the people of the grave.

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So dark thought that it's an important moment. Don't forget about your grief. Always remember it.

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She thought wants you to forget your grief.

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He wants you to forget about any consequences any alpha live in the moment forget everything else. Living in the moment is important. However, you must always remember your alpha, where you're at it, that when you lie in your bed, remember that there's a time that you will go to sleep and you will wake up again.

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That's why

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there is Chicago photographer Darren Muladhara he quotes a statement for national COMM A lot of

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our reality is like the person wants to

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move to an area cooler Yeoman WELEDA

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was living die every day. The moods wanna hear Gula young WELEDA Allah put them in Yom in the mood when

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we wake up and die every day. We live and die every day. But one day will come that we will die without coming back.

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Every few days, we hear a story that someone breathe their last

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they passed away.

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So while we're alive, prepare for that. Do good deeds every day.

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Do a good deed that is a secret between you and Allah and no one else in the dunya will ever know.

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Everyday, one deed that's a secret between you and Allah, no one else in the dunya

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while the NAFSA come in,

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as you're walking

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your action actually walking as a person that has passed away.

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But you still have life so you can do something. Don't get too attached to the world as

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saying and one of the ways genealogy they're gonna keep me on

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this world is not a place to connect your heart.

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It's not a place Jaigarh de la Niki Damiani this role is not a place to attach yourself to be able to teach i It is a place of reflection of lessons Tamasha here and that sounds like a joke. This isn't a circus that you're just in falling in love with every play at every accuracy. This is this world is about

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utilizing ambiguous words in order to prompt the listener based off of that statement,

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or sort of loss of a loved one and if not, I'll be a loved one when narrating this via he would then add his own statement. He shared this DIY with his students. He would then have an A c hat and advice what kind of abnormal yopu either I'm saying the fella Tonto insofar as

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we're filming, Attica Lee melodic will be hierarchical demotic for indica, Abdullah la de we must move on.

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So he said to the students, when you enter into the evening, do not wait for the morning.

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And when you wake up in the morning, don't wait for the evening.

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That can approach a person at any time.

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And it's very vulnerable.

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Just one week ago, my aunt passed away.

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And when her son

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called me to say that she's on her deathbed and stopped medicating, I told her,

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I want you to pay extra attention to your mother. This is the time when the melodica start coming.

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All the couples start coming, you'll see it on her face. You'll see it in your eyes.

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Pay attention, she may even tell you a lot.

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Because when a person's life wraps up, and it's time to transition from this role to the next the labor begins to open up, therefore so the last set of persons Imani helps, have you heard of it until he makes this is basically the sound

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being makes the soul struggles to exit the body.

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It's attached to the light

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in those lonely moments as your soul is leaving your body you begin to wonder no

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human being doesn't like loneliness. Is that correct? Like to be around people or wife or children or friends and you know that they're all leaving and you're not you're not going to see them again for a long time.

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That's for a long time. So as at that time a person's Ahmad come forward and they give that person companionship and when they come with a person, so now they continue to

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be patient

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Are we

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in sound is now gone, Allah has sent us at the beginning, maybe that person is a little sad, but then you are sure it's not too bad chilling with Micah.

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I'm sure that that's probably fun as well. Some good conversations and things to learn.

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Who said you have to stop learning?

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Well for them in said articles, so prepare yourself while you're healthy for the days that you will be ilish

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will mean, hierarchically motoric and utilize your life before your death approaches. Finn, Nicola Abdullah

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in the area of the law, law that the Muskoka about it is actually

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in the area of the law that

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he's referring to himself or the law, you don't even know what your name is enemy. Will it be from those that Allah loves or from those that are less angry with

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you be forgotten that are up and up?

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Utilizing ambiguous words in order to prompt the listener to inquire about an issue, and thereby encouraging his performance or abstention from

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at times also the loss of a lower body will send them would say something ambiguously in order to prompt the listener to inquire more about it. This would then have a greater impact upon him and would encourage him perform the action. The crops that Allamani was sent in with say something without clarifying.

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But the statement was clear enough for the message to be understood. Not kind of like leading them on some kind of wild goose chase not that the message was clear, but those who are smart would want clarification on that and to that Minnesota law, he said I will let them figure it out. So now that he why he hears from my

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loved one. Good Nigel loosen Nara Sula, he said Allamani who said we were one day with the profits of a lot of money was sitting on the Prophet of Allah set

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up. Erna Aleikum Raja an agenda that a person will now enter into this gathering. Who is from the people of Paris

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person came in

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and he was an unsightly

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down to full

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lift the other homerun was

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done to fully theater home in what do we what the fuck? Why don't we? The water of Luke was still dropping off his off his beard was Isla panna li ba ba the history man

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was holding on to his his footwear with his left side

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fallen back on economy so long while he was still in Missoula the next day sort of lasted a long while he was Saddam said again that a person will not enter into the masjid who was when the people of paradise again no clarification but the message is clear. This guy is going to naturally have are wondering why how do we get that but the Prophet said a lot of money was sent did not clarify

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Fatah Raja Mitra Murata doula same guy entered into the machine

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but I'm not gonna deal with that as part of the law while he was still in Mithuna Makati and even the third day the Prophet of Allah said the same thing that person from the people that Jen that will be entering for Colorado Colorado Orlando, Harley hula same person entered into the machine the will the water was still dripping from his beard like this guy had a routine clearly

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further more common than us that Allamani he was certain who who Abdullah and Kwi daddy could project so when the gathering ended on the third day of the love and then also the loved one followed that men forgot

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he said to him

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that I had a dispute with my father hate me for some two Anila out of the valley he thought that I had a dispute with my father as a result of which I won't be seeing him for a few days find the writer and

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until winning elated had gotten the fight so if it's possible for you to host me during these three days it'd be a nice thing I was trying to get inside his house but

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because it's short gone coming to my house Oh Allison forgot Abdullah you had to end up about an hour till the last film Yahoo your poem in the latest sheet and we got to

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look at Allah has always been

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so for three nights Abdullah bin Ahmed and also the Allah one observe this man and he's

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sent the guy did not create the 100 song

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It's not like I was expecting that maybe he does some specials that I didn't didn't even do that other than he would wake up at night do a little thicker turn aside go back to sleep the night before there's a lot. There was a small little thicker that I saw him do during the night for three nights he was looking at

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look at the law, Abdullah laid out a smile via portal Illa Pharaoh there was one more thing I only heard him speak good. He never spoke foul. We'll get to another era on level. So he said I began to think that what's the big deal? This guy doesn't seem like he's doing anything special sleeping through the night does a little thicker nothing nothing to mashallah

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What do you Abdullah? He said to that person.

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Abdullah is like a generic snake, like a generic Oh Abdullah, oh servant of Allah. Then you're conveying any way that I've been Holloman when I heard you review that story. I said that my father and I had a dispute. There was a little bit of a stretching there.

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But I can send you out to Rasulullah Samia Phu laka, ratha, Marathi and Jethro Alikum will analogical genitive Patala and

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he said rather what actually happened was the loss of a loved one he said three times that a person will enter who was from the people of paradise and all three times you were the one who entered for Otto and Avi lakes I intended to come on stay with you for under a mile. So I can see what your deed was for after leaving and I will therefore follow you and imitate you in your action and be from the people agenda Subhanallah you know people copy other people's business and education and other people's investments say the copy which school their kids are going to and what neighborhood they're buying houses in which dealership they buy a house or buy a car from. So he's saying that I wanted

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to figure out your amyloid so I can go to gym as well

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for them Urraca damage okay.

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So he says

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it doesn't seem like you too pious.

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But America domino cathedra your deeds are not too impressive.

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For melody by the law become a part of who will sue lies.

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So what is it? The Prophet of Allah spoke the truth. What is your action that has led you to this? Hi my

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mother in law Mr. ATIA?

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Subhan Allah

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He said my state is not the way you saw what you saw me is accurate. Moscow Illa Mara

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mice story, my reality is what you saw, enjoy my sleep.

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I have a good night chill. Spend time with the family go for walks, you know.

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Fella will lead to the army.

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I'm loving I'm gonna interact with your loved one said Well, that was in the that I was getting ready to leave. And as I was leaving, call me back for call. Margo.

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Yes, it is true. My state is just as you saw when you saw me, this boy player, and we urge you to VNF see the middle Muslimeen Alicia, what I hadn't thought about

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other than the fact that I have no hatred in my heart for anyone.

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I've never hated another person. I've never had harsh feelings for another person. This includes mom, dad, brother, siblings, children, friends in law's husband,

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cousins, the edge of the Phoenix he had immunostimulant Russia. I've never had a patriot for a

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while. So I had an

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ear. And I've never been jealous of another person for what Allah gave them.

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In my puzzlement regarding jealousy says a jealous person in reality

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doesn't have a problem with the one they're jealous of. Their actual problem is with Allah.

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Their problem is with Allah they're mad that Allah gave someone else and they think they have any say in who Allah gives to and what he gives. Leave that person alone. deal with the loss

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and heartache in reality for Kavita mahasin has some way still to go to fully accept that.

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They haven't fully believed in what they do use AVG was shedding light on the statement of your medical doctor. My ID is very deep and one that person should think of their own life

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that this innocent person that I'm jealous of is me Scott yet. What does this person what's their fault? They have they have because Allah gave to them.

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And every blessing comes with accountability. Now the balls in their court whether they use it right or not, Allah gives someone beauty. Someone has natural beauty, you're jealous of that beauty, then you have to realize that that beauty is a gift from Allah. Now that person has a huge responsibility or they're going to flaunt that beauty to put other people in fitna or will they hide that beauty and use it for

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for their own family engagement people that it's hard to display their beauty in front of It's a big question. Most people unfortunately, squander the blessings they have, rather than actually making something out of it. So call out the law and other Leti have a look at how they kill it. The hill that enveloped Africa are here Latina

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it with Ebola. This act of yours is what has gotten you where you are. Well here Lotty law routine. And we are incapable of doing this.

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May Allah subhanaw taala give us

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she can't do a lot of the 100 If you're a little behind on your daily mom without your daily if God is the Father. So

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if you're not taking up time every day for your own dua, if you're not regular in the masjid, the bare minimum is at night before you go to sleep. Try to forgive people in the world. Don't go to sleep with any hatred personals that everyone's sober, what about that one person that one person will come back to that let's talk about the rest of the because there might be a legitimate concern that you have with someone that actually needs to be settled on the Day of Judgment. There might be the one or two people who have done you wrong, you know, someone massacre old Wilson's in the village and your family was there, you don't have to forgive that person. You can deal with that on

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the Day of Judgment. But other than those few people, everyone else, all the petty disagreements you have that person took my sandwich, that person didn't call me back this person get everyone thought with and they didn't invite me to FTI.

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And you're just salty and bitter about it.

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Guess what, TFTF thanks for that.

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In reality, these petty disagreements that we have,

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we should let them

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and it's good for you.

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Don't carry stress on one day into the next day. At the end of your day. First of all affairs, things all accounts filed away. And now wake up the next morning from the beginning.

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It's a famous saying, probably every mother says it to her child, when they get married, that don't go to sleep while being crossed with your spouse.

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I think every every culture has a similar thing that don't go to sleep, while you're arguing or fighting with your spouse for all the matters before you go to sleep, then go to bed together, wake up the next morning happy and tackle that day. Don't take things over from one day to the next day to the next.

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Saying something in general terms and then expounding upon it so that it may be clearer and easier to remember and understand. At times, also, the loss of the body of the Senate would say something in general terms in order

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to see rather

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than that, first, you mentioned something briefly, and then you clarify it in much detail. They'll see that that is

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something something to be brief of see. Isn't the long explanation that false?

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What about the Saudi Muslim woman the merger will love the Muslim Malika your loved one. Paula motorogi Janaza didn't really have

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choice. It was taken past the sort of loss of love.

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So people began to praise him for r&b sort of module but watch about watch. Whatever it means it's become necessary to become mandatory. It's binding. So they praise them to be some sort of watcher but watch about

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that. It's binding. It's binding. It's fine. By the way, the statement was about this vague, was it with my mouth? What's watching what's binding he didn't say what is binding he just said watch Apple Watch Apple Watch.

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One more raw be Janaza then footballs nearly half sharper than a second part he was taking path and so lots of people

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We can just get you what a horrible person

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for a lot of memories and a lot of money instead of pleasure but whatever whatever it is now binding it is now binding it is now binding

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Fida like a

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mirror of each other be generated for us nearly half water but what about what about Memorial mudra beach another thing for opening a shallow water but watching Amara, the Allah who wants to wrestle RiverLights leanness, the first body passed by people's foot good and then you said the statement three times and the second body passed by and they spoke evil and you said this three times again. For all of us who lost a lot of money sudden, Mother Earth Natoma, alayhi Pharaoh lodger, but will Jana, woman athenee tomorrow a shovel was

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an intentional shahada, Allah He for other and to shahada, Allah He filled up and to Shahada.

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Those that you praised Jana has now become watchful upon that person. And those that you spoke II will love the fire of health now by now person, for you are the witnesses of a law on the face of the spirit. The whole community is speaking evil of someone that person must have done wrong and to ensure that life when a person does good therefore the whatever they write that when a person passes away, you should only speak good remembers with Kuru mahasin and Mata as we are taught that when a person passes away from us

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there's another the words of it or stigma

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it's similar meaning we're a sort of loss of a lot it sort of says that when a person passes away, speak good of them. And the last part of that anyway, I can't remember the first part but the last part is the ending of low enamel condom

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for enum

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of low enamel pattern that when a person passes away leave all the wrong they do because now they have gone forth to what they've done but they've put forward meaning ALLAH will deal with them for the wrong they did.

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Yeah, like a simple amount of butter that's anyway that this will work for in the home but of both the law to not curse us the evil of the debt for they're not going forward to what they did wrong. So if your mother hurt you, your brother hurt you let it go they've died and gone there's no need to talk about that have good memories try to remember the good things make dua for them set up Algeria for them inshallah read some fun for them.

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So the statement and to show that love

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some whatever they said that this statement was tasked with those two individuals.

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The statement of the Prophet of Allah better to watch him and the people spoken on behalf of that person. They say it was regarding those two individuals because the Prophet of Allah was told by Allah that this was outcome for those two specific people

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he hasn't read it.

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Although sort of audio sort of anthems rather unlike philosophy governments that a lot of audiences how are they aligned with that kind of

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place to have a common condition? Very similar. Matt says that the Hadith means that if a virtuous righteous people praise and speak good have a person this is how he is in truth, then he will be amongst from the ballers or paradise, but if this is not, how he truly is, you will not be from amongst the dwellers of Paradise.

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The converse is also true the more correct views to consider these words in their general sense. If a Muslim passes away and Allah Allah inspires people to speak good of him, it is proof that he is amongst the dwellers a paradise, irrespective of whether it's deeds demanded or not. This is because deeds are subservient to the will of Allah Allah. So if Allah Allah inspires people to speak good of him, we will take it as proof that Allah

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willed forgiveness. Ultimately, look what happens to a person, only a lungs, we can never speak definitively and see a person goes to agenda. They say that when a person passes away, the more people gathering together for the janazah the better, the more suffering better, because this is a testimony that people in the community weren't happy with this individual. Okay, we'll stop here today. And a lot goes into stuff even life. We'll do next chapter in Sharla from each murder would imagine that

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in our next class, are sort of

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set up

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