The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher 30

Hussain Kamani

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The speakers discuss the benefits of using narrational techniques in learning Islam, including memorizing the number of first things in a message and finding a "how to remember" approach. They stress the importance of finding a younger generation to hold up during difficult situations and finding a partner. The use of technical language and finding a partner is emphasized, along with the importance of finding a "how to remember" approach. The speakers also emphasize the need for motivation and engagement in dealing with discomfort, finding a "by the way" page for students to use when writing their lectures, and promoting proper education. Finally, they emphasize the importance of teaching history and story books in teaching children about different types of authority and how they affect people.

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you're

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traveling 3030

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evening

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did you learn

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why that

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was

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Today we start with Chapter number 30 dramatically school a lot more people send them

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one easy way to teach a lesson

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is to list things by now

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that today's class will have three main points. Today I'd like to share with you two important lessons.

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The promise of a loved one equals certain kinds of do this, therefore attracting the attention of the listener to those exact five points.

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And it also helps with memorization.

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The person knows that it's an artist, and the artist and everything else.

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So now it's easier for you to remember that you have eight to 12 things.

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Similarly, when you're learning grammar to teach you, like why are these months a lot.

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Now every person knows that only two will often relate. And

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so now that you know there's only two things your mind is locked, I remember for those of you who are wondering what I'm talking about, it's basic Arabic grammar. But since you know that these are the numbers, even if your mind slips one, you still know that there is one outstanding because you will remember the other three that on the court.

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It helps categorize things. So is it we with younger folks or people that are new to a subject, rather than presenting an endless ocean of knowledge that has no end at all, and they're being told that we are now about to be taught?

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What a concept.

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When you tell them that, you know, we will teach you stuff like this, that there are five pillars of

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narration becomes an effective tool for teaching Islam to camera children. Because

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they know that there are five things that I must remember is very same approaches used when teaching Islamic analysis that we have five,

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six tenants of faith. So, the number really helps out a lot. So, the problem is a lot

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of times of educating you would utilize this approach and he would list a number of first that this is what you need to look out for. And then the

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break

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point one halftime

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yes

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no

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Muslim reported on authority authority.

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Said the Messenger of Allah and Laquan instead of said made his nose dropped in dust, these non corrupted dust these known drop in dust. He was asked who or messenger of Allah, He said, whose parents both are wanting to reach old age with him he does not enter the enter paradise

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that lawyers do

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do with the previous marriage previous chapter, we can cover that as well, before we move on. So this viewer that you decided belongs to the previous chapter, and the chapter heading for that chapter is the focus of a loved one in each model.

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The opposite of love, it was sort of a vaguely mentioned and outcome. And then we'll explain without commas, that person is foolish, that person has not believed, this person is a believer, Allah He and I, You Allah, you are longing, that person is not a believer, not a believer. Now, because the because behind a statement dissipate, the mind becomes one who is this person.

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So then after putting the bait there now so much a lot more names and feet, and it says Mulayam by

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the one who is needed or not free in their heart, that person's demand is not safe. So similarly, in our last week's password, explaining that we talked about the narration, where a body was taking passwords for the last line,

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legitimate, whatever. And then another guy that was taking it was, was wetter. And later on the profitable one, explain that for the first person to fire help, the first person paradise had become necessary for the second person loves that I had given that person firepower. First, using a basic vein outcome and explaining the causal reasoning behind the cause behind different outcomes. We explained that in our last class, I won't repeat it again. But we've heard this a while that Ohio, the Obamacare rates are only going to come out of it.

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Me that person's nose mixed with soil. So we have seen a person be disgraced, that person is truly a loser. So you know,

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who are you talking about? Who is this ultimate loser, either, but otherwise, it may not even give any.

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The one unifying is parents in old age, one of them or both of them. One of them are both

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in gender, and still does not find between parents, because earning your agenda through your parents, while they reach an old age, it's such an easy task, you have motivation to serve them, because they are your parents, or their family. And

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being patient with them only makes logical sense because they did that for you.

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It makes even more so

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in a situation where only one of the parents or around

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passed away or in a case where only your father or your mother reason, then in that case, you must remember that sacrifices that mother

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hard work that father, never forget, sort of lot's of luck Bonnie's teaching method here is to catch that attention by making a big scene and then clarifying. This particular chapter teaches us a similar lesson. But now there's lots of quantifying things, that there is a number. So the first narration in here it's going How can I remember why

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all of a sudden, the second is a thing of

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value five before five, in constant value five things before pointings.

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Shiva

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was the hunting was in hot, oven himself, will be not going to come for all popular surely will hire the kind of problem of

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the pumps that tells us value five things before five. So there's ambiguity on both ends, rather than fighting to find things. What are these 10 things in total that we're talking about? So the purpose of law clarifies Sheva

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make use of your young age before you reach

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as you move on in life, you may think that things get easier but they don't. The reality is opposite responsibilities increase. When you're young, you worry about yourself as you get older, you now have to worry about a generation that exists under you, your children, and then when you reach very old age, you have to have a 32nd generation that's a lot and you're worried about all of

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your concern that only increase a person's help holding periods. So the energy to worship Allah kind of Madonna that he had have

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today with you.

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Today, you could run a marathon if you wanted to. You can make your way to help if you wanted to. You can go to work I'm about

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have you back off the day have the physical energy. When we went for lunch, one of my roommates was a very lovely, highest righteous man. Read your column.

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The group consisted of students or mothers exclusively students and teachers. And there were a few people who were joining. It was a beautiful group because,

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you know, body, young people who are all connected.

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And there were these rich conversations that would occur. From the moment we departed from England until the

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summer, observed, observe, teachers learn.

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And now there was a sunrise.

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He was a cook in the madrasa and also the person who was responsible of maintaining the grounds. So I had the honor of being his ruling. He was a very close student. I'm sure he's

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actually the first person.

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That's

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even some of the interest in him a lot. Even though he spent his life cutting grass and cooking food with me.

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So I was rooming one day, I noticed he was living

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under my gallon, what happened to you was a heavyset guy. So what happened to you? He's that I have a goal, that during our short stay in Milan, we're there for five days, five senses during these days I've been involved to do for years.

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Now by being viewer to do the map for there for five days, and he's reporting to us how many bosses are

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in an each of these data logs consistent? How many rounds

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seven.

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So we were on the Orisha and his feet were tearing up. So he had kind of fabric.

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He was attempting very tough personally. And he said to me, I remember he said that, when you get old, you will be able to do this, this is some of my class give you a reference, his younger some of my classes not as old as his younger son.

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Like any. So he said to me that you're young, you can do these things as you get older, it's harder when I was young, every time I visit

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across the board, and I've given myself that I feel that

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I came from so far and all I did was spend time in the hotel. It was one of those people, I lost.

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My

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lesson that I learned from Schiff.

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One time, I asked him this question, I said that you were one of the school senior students

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from the earliest part of your mind sight.

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But in my years of studying and others, I've never seen you even talking.

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I've never seen the two of you actually have a face to face conversation. And you are this person.

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So the mindsets and the communities really struck me may be with me for the rest of my life. He said to me that I really desire to go and talk.

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But I know that when I have anyone approaches the chance to talk to him, he has to like almost posture and put energy into speaking back with that person.

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And I find that unbearable that I put my teacher even the smallest amount of inconvenience. So I find that knowing that he's making and the guidance he gave me decades ago, I still

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follow that through.

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That's a big lesson. Because when I was young, the goal was that you sit in front of a shake as much as you can ask the questions up until you been told strike strike strike questions.

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And for this sense,

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it was with a whole different perspective that he wants to put his own ship in convenience. So he certainly has

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to keep his us that little grain with a lot of color

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long as

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we're setting

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up

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and utilize your health prior to becoming

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wealthy not going to

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utilize their wealth. Now, before poverty comes. Everyone that has not helped will tell you that it comes to

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talk to the people that have lived in this area for a few more decades. And they'll tell you that figured out

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A lot a lot more, and I have nothing. I have nothing.

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It just comes and goes.

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We learn a lot, we have to give up.

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Well for all of

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those of you that are going on winter break shortly.

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Utilize your free time before you get busy.

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So when you go home you have to fight off during the winter.

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Ask yourself what needs to be done, how can you utilize

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maybe your parents and doing some revision of

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maybe spending more time in the masjid, maybe utilizing the time to visiting family members. Or if there's something else that you think is necessary, if you need to catch up on jogging or whatever it is that you need to do.

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Habits is a great thing to include into your routine, the moment you're scheduled.

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Because we all know that when things get hectic, it's hard to sleeping late waking up early, the body gets tired even then you should pray. But during your break, you should not accept anything short

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that I now need to push myself and you

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will hire a

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summary of it all is make most of your life before

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second

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recording Muslim

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Muslim reportable authority and

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the profit slice of

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life is married for four reasons

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are buying. When a person selects a spouse, there are four things they look for someone I have used, this should be prescriptive, while others say this is more descriptive.

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Some of the way I'd say this is restrictive. And it's prescriptive. What that means is that the duty to look for any spouse, all four of these things exist.

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On the other hand, some view this as a descriptor. What that means is, generally when people look for their spouse, they look for four things.

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What are the four things the Manaea they look for while when it has to be happy? What did Amalia Wallonian her miniature Beauty and her favorite popcorn without the

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take the one.

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So in the situation that is descriptive approximate.

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People have all sorts of things, marry

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someone

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find someone who carries their needs.

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Now, this is another discussion that unfortunately, many of us don't understand what it means to look for someone we need, in our mind idea is that a grain of salt may have been selected as a part of the month. But other way around where the entire game is summarized. A person can recreate Somalia plot in 100 different places.

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I mean, they have a part of it.

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But sulla is definitely a strong marker look for job is definitely a strong corporate look for it. That's what you're interested in looking for somebody, but someone has what asked him to be the English.

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What I'm more interested in knowing is if that person has a love for the symptoms,

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if this person actually takes the word of the loss,

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if this person is willing to make change in their life, because of the command

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because we are looking for potential in people, not perfect people. Perfect people don't exist in the world. They ended with the passing of the Prophet Muhammad some of the formatting

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for everyone else who will go live with potential or disease. So we talked to people in the ask them question and listen to their tone, who pay attention to the way they respond. The words they use, look at their other, how they raise their voice when they're talking or if they keep your voice soft and responding.

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This person understand the prophetic model. Look for potential people that will come up.

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It'll come in life

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but probably not.

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Okay, next generation next chapter.

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That key. So in this chapter, the Author Pamela data is pointing out that sometimes you should

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bear in mind until now we were talking about different techniques.

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And so many of them covered 30 chapters. Now we're entering into some long form,

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long format long form, where the purpose of the one body was said and what actually paired things together in our presentation together.

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presentation.

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But you know, it was struck, sort of us getting a longer message. This is also a part of

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that when the time is right, you don't go green rabbit you pull up, you give some extra information.

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So values and log warning, send them up involved. Yes.

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cautioning and reminding

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harshly reminding where most are among the most important and most prominent methods of publicity I've used in his teaching. This is a reflection of the orders of the Quran where Allah subhanaw taala says,

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remind because reminding benefits the believers, you are only to remind many of the Prophet slicin teachings were derived from his admonishments in general sermons.

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The greatest Imam Muhammad meeting elaborated on the perspective of reminding in the context of the prophesy some ways of teaching. He also distinguished between the functions of the preacher and that of the teaching scholar, due to its benefits of like to quote some of the here

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preachers and teachers have two distinct functions. The preachers objective is to invite emotions of an audience. And as such use expressions and gestures that excite and motivate them. He is not paying attention to minutiae of the issue or prerequisites, he will promise and scare and manage and entice, in order for me, he doesn't care about details, this is the job of the wife, and the wife has enrolled to live with the body when

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we run with that the responsibility of the Y is to stir the emotions, pure intent versus heart, bring joy to that person, give them the image of Genda. And can you look at for example, okay, for some people harmony, you read that book and follow the chairs. It's one of the first books

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fun, these are

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one of the first books that are catered recommended for us to read to learn how to deliver lectures.

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Actually, there's an English translation of

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Stuart sermons, different pages on each sermon, they're very, very powerful stuff. It'll shake you to your core, you won't be able to sleep at night. He's in class. And while the narrations that we can put them together piece of the whole argument together, it leaves an imprint on the heart, but you're starting to get it in my head. So the word is very good with words, it has to use expressions that convey the message, every statement of yours has the impact, penetrating further. So you have to be careful.

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Select your words, when I use them, when I end is that we do.

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And the winds, it doesn't mean to focus too much on the details of each message,

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they will need to give you like this condition and that is applied here in this scenario investment in that scenario, because that kills the buyer what

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you have to understand that when you're delivering the message you choose.

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If it's going to be easy to commit to it, then make sure you're conveying this message with its technicalities, so the issues properly explained. Or if you're going to serve it in the role that the someone who was alive offers reminders and make a reminder for

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now there are some people in the room that know how to tread both lines at once.

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And they do it use your ears someone a month or very good at speaking in their phenomenal words. And at the same time, they're so embedded in their numbers that no matter what kind of reminder they're offering, they will always leave the gym behind. They will leave where water where needed, they will engage with the technicality, but you have to bear in mind, even if they want to they can't go for technical because it'll take away from

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you guys. So you have to be careful when you're choosing your lane. What is the purpose of this? We're finding As

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teachers and scholars on the other hand would like to review the issue and teach us what they know what they know about it. Applying this issue is not of an immediate concern. They use a language that is precise and unambiguous. They was trying to get people to do

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the puppy and they are in the desert.

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necessarily isn't really concerned about getting the AMO now they're more concerned about conveying the message.

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because

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their job is to convey the information conveyed the true message. Their job isn't at this moment to really motivated spiritually energize people that go to the hundreds. That's not what they're looking to do. Their job is to explain to you, what are the

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four habits

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in a lot? Is it preferred to do longer premium or longer security? A lot of you and with with it, and if you do pray with it, and you want to pray again, what do you what part of the night is dedicated for? What are the sutras that were preferred by the two of us?

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If someone were to be praying ships of four instead of choose,

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is that acceptable or not?

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Because of that sort of satirical is because that's

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the family of who will be able to watch anyone. Well, who are you need to be?

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I'm gonna

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be massively while you have to pull by Jana with

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that, as far as that's concerned. That's now the task of the why to get people motivated and excited to do. Again, there is a line in the middle that you can track. But each of these have their own departments.

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They use a language that is precise and unambiguous language that will convey the meaning as concisely as possible. He mentioned all pertaining facts, and if they are to preach they will use these facts as tools of their preaching.

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Religious leaders play the role of the preacher more than the teacher, Allah subhanaw taala said Your only to remind you are not to control. However, they use a mixture of both as they want to shake off our complacency and instigate us to act the natural way for this. To do this is for the leader to lead by examples. Example as is the case with the prophesy seven whose guidance was mostly taken from his actions. Whatever he ordered people to do, he will be the first person to learn, he will do first and people will learn from his actions, and thus did not need formal teaching and training. If his way was only theoretical, Islam would not have been propagated. When he ordered the

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believers to do something, he would use instinctive language and simple terms without inundating them with details, he simply asked them to do their best to follow these orders. In turn, the companions did their utmost to follow these orders without splitting hairs are being fussy about details.

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Jeremy the even imagine, and Abuja would report it on the authority of Abdullah

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salami. And

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we said we went to a lot about even though

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we haven't said we have come as visitors and learners to see how is your other developer said one said what's the message

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let us in prayers and then he turned back to us and gave us a very eloquent sermon that brought tears to our eyes a lot

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of you are

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now sort of

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using

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this approach to teaching people that your format and a whole message is being delivered

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to your loved one says I want to give a lecture very passionate and eloquent words and the result of that was

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that either recording tears or good

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hearts

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about a particular episode of work

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anymore either to watch them on so number one says if you give me a spare Well, so much passion so much energy

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so if this is

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what

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what commitment you will

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apply

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for law senator

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in Ogden, Michigan, in the Homer Yazmin combat

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by going up soon that he was

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in Washington, arginine, there was a

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moment

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when you're going over the moon, in Aquila,

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Aquila.

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In this advice comes along and says that my mantra is to be conscious

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and to be obedient, even if the person leading

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others

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Okay, even if it's someone that you may not like, racial

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racism

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that they've held against.

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Even if it's someone that you don't like, they are appointed as your VP disappear.

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This is the problem that we have,

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that everyone

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just wants what they think they don't understand the process that if someone is appointed as the need, even if you don't like it

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is the big plus in our market that is thought that if I view it to be correct, that I shall reward against anyone that's above me skip all process, and any formalities that exist there. Now, I know the other side of the argument right away is what about the loss of loved ones, people should stop?

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Correct to

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virtual loss.

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He did also say with your heart, because sometimes that's the method you need to use, that you're not supposed to cease,

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can cause

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or if you're going to see if you see within a gathering, otherwise, it was why they've been thugs to always say something publicly, no matter what the circumstances were, then we would have a very different story on the way the Sahaba dealt with problems during their lives, specifically during the omegas period would have been a very distorted for those of you that are familiar with history may understand the reference that I made.

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So

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a number usually provided,

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you will see a lot of problems to the bathroom. So how do you get through this messy world. And the description of requirements of a loved one and with some of that follows, will remain the prescription to dealing with sticky tricky times until the end of

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that whenever you feel that it's getting overwhelming. When you feel that truth is no longer objective, it's not become subjective. I'm not sure what's right and wrong anymore. Every day I open up my newsfeed and I'm being bet this is the truth. And then the right side, this is the truth. The Republicans say this, the Democrats say this is the truth. And you keep going between these two little your brain is fried and you're not sure what to do.

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You can view that in your existence. Something that pops in the lungs, it says by

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come and cling on to the tradition in your pocket.

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Awesome. Bye Bible I should

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have made the right guidelines.

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The moves is referring to a look at

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the list of what we have from LA who I'll tell you, what does that mean?

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Bike

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bikes.

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So although they have been allegedly bought onto it, now with your third eye, everybody on the line, not even near the line, which one

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Nilanjan right at the back molars bite onto the back because one of the persons bites on the molar what happens? Not letting go and you're not letting go now it's not coming out. I'll go honey.

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And then the Prophet says avoid innovative matters for all innovations. But you know,

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everything new is a bit off. And every bit odd

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for some discussion here, but it's not for this class, we've covered the issue a bit in great detail, while covering the

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devil on

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the wards to learn more.

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You can reference the corresponding error region in the reports

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and certainly you can imagine

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next

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to it Darlene also luckily he was the lead with that. So now we talked about Marina which is giving advice, advice broad you can go in different directions, different approaches to it. Within advice, perhaps along different approaches. One of them is what we call the leap.

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Some of the roads over Europe of the river is to incentivize someone to incentivize someone to do something. So if you take out the garbage, I will incentivize you by giving you $5 But only if you do this this will be

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it's powerful. People need motivation. Why am I doing this?

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In the world, mostly

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ideal scenario, we wouldn't need motivation for obedience to the fact that a lot is our job and we are the servants would be

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in an ideal situation, and we should aspire to have there, the league will always be there, that doesn't mean that we ever turn away from its profit or loss, give us some incentive, it is very important that we always remember. But in addition to that incentive, the ultimate cause of obedience is

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I will do what I'm doing because there is a command of Allah directed towards me, and there is no need for any other things. That's it.

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There's an inevitable loss.

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So I mean, who to country and the second is that a view. So he means to warn sometimes,

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that if you do this will be now

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it's important that you meet

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us this.

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Quran has beautiful imagery of gender. But it also has daunting images about the fire, whatever,

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relying only on one lead to a catastrophic outcome.

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If you focus just on the lead without anybody here, that it almost encourages the person to

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choose, it leads a person to forget about the possibility of punching,

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that he reminds you that you're accountable. That yes, loss of Carnival data is

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one that anyone that will use

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that but believe it or not,

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form that is Forgiving and Merciful. However, another big one,

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also very severe, in between mobile, and we tell people that if you praise the Lord, this is the first

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example of one crystallizing events through a river that pacify the house five times.

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The people who set it up beforehand will shine. Those who will do their names will shine for every step towards a manager's reward. Close as a person is to Allah is while they're in such that when a person says later in the

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night or compensate me when a person says they're going hungry, the Metallica come to receive that praise. These are all amazing virtues and there's so many. But at the same time, we must never forget the pointing.

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And when a person drinks a lot without doing their full property, and without doing the report considered property

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when he finishes his slot, his slot says

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by Dr. Kumar

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that you treated me like a dirty Ragnar McGinnis.

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I hope you get wasted.

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But yeah, Allah cover. But yeah, and let's say we were

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worried about the woman what either way doesn't work

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for us

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tomorrow

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for XML report, I was

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happy to learn

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that on the other hand, when a person does a new property,

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giving attention to the core will be siding with part at the end of that prayer that

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indicated that

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there is a one evening isn't the evening avoiding that if you don't do this, right, there's accountability with

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a little bit of both. This is important if you focus on the warnings on what happens.

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People lose their love what else

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I think the same be scared, I agree to care about it. Many of us grow up like that. Anything you did wrong, you know your parents that

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you didn't.

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You didn't even know where to head down. You put direction on first.

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And then when you hear that again and again, for years, what happens to the mind and heart of the person

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start feeling very lonely. And it loses confidence that this is always going to have that there's no good scenario.

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And that can either leave into a

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perfect safety or in the worst of scenario, maybe push them away. So most of the clinical data

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in this equation

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Model and also the Arctic model is to read a little bit more about the last time

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you had a chance to read a little bit more on the

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Y kinase

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Allah says, you in the video in another seminar Shahidan, one of my friends, one of them

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was with me

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the first mentions permission that we send to us more than

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one second images. And one who wants people to

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love

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the electric are your Hebrew, undershot

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behind.

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So the purpose of

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courage, one of the most effective methods of proper

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education was that you would encourage them to do and more than equal to props, a lot of his method of encouraging indicates a lot of

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the prompts a lot is ever mentioned the reward if you do this will be the

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mother leading

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method company

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we are among the life so much richer there regarding giving charity

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what the mean would be.

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And also Madison would tell us the benefits that if you praise the Lord, this will be the fight that will be the fight. This is better than some of the benefits that

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we receive on the shipping army with me.

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And the promise of of our lives, I would warn people

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by mentioning the British

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said, and also

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informing the people of the harm that would come if they engage in those actions.

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Under this particular

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chapter, the author of one ally has not mentioned any particular lab.

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And it makes sense, because it's it's too much dimension.

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You guys, if you were to even where do you start, this is too much. But for those of you that are interested in this genre,

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you're looking for books that consist of either

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virtues.

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Although man is a

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beautiful resource.

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Similarly, I think the most popular one, the most popular book that I read was that he is an

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Imam, if you mean leaders refer to him as top

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half of his book is called autonomy.

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This is a book that every person should have a copy of the variable. And the more recent editions actually have the freedom

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ratio.

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For those of you who have access to the Arabic language, I know that it

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is necessary. But I was involved in Chicago, I would try to do this book after project.

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This is over the wire project.

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Okay,

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we're going to do the next chapter chapter two, the uneven huzzah log, it was seven. We'll also see what about in Maui. So we're talking about electroforming. Right. So one of the things that you have under lecture format, it's morning's admission, by the way that how can you do that

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you'll have to check for the translation is

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that if you search for it, you'll find

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now another method or another tool to use when putting your lecture together to talk together that will be the

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bottom will be that use stories, stories.

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Because the story is sound, you can take a very complicated issue and present it in front of you in a living horrible

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when you have technical information. It's kind of like Robin Williams.

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And then when you walk into a store, you don't have a meal.

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So much easier to look at a meal where everything's presented all together, versus standing in front of the pantry for the right reasons. You're

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also kind of what that tells us about the gun if you possibly

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are intelligent folks, there are lessons and stories, stories are very difficult, I think we should utilize, specifically when teaching younger folks, because even though the moral of the story may slip them, but if they remember the story, when they reach adulthood, or maturity, they can go back.

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But it can also be such a waste, if your stories or morals, like all these Disney movies and all the other gardeners that our kids learn all the poems they learn, you know, my son came back about what's the moral of

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the story, but the moral of the story

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like what's the.

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But on the other hand, when they hear the stories, I figured stories that have meaning in them, honestly, honestly, is the best one. Stories.

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Hands down. But even aside from that, if you were to even create a story, to demonstrate the lesson, if you were to just make one up. It could be profound, but you need to click on it.

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And it'll convey a message that will always be remembered. I recall when we were students, our teacher was trying to teach us the heart muscle.

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So I'll teach you that was he shared? It said, you know

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how

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he's

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passed away free was famous for Americans that when he passed away,

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he was a top primary at

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the top. For the one you see what he says. So he said when he passed away, the Miranda came to Him in the grave. It took him an agreement. It's unbelievable. When he said to him that I can borrow

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the money because in one bubble, he said my lockbox

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he said I gave the answer they asked me to

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my book was your Lord Isaac Monroe,

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the one who has the overall

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image and the words are the same, but the company different meanings. So now what we have to remember this, remember that this must

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similarly there's a statement they teach children when

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exposing them to the different types of Matsubara Mutsu with a state of a noun in the Arabic language. Now it can either be month for month super module, so the keeps on the month. So what are the different types of objects and certain things, they can copy the

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same variables in Yama? amoment immediate

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This segment has all the different types of authority there.

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And it's a little funny as well. You've got me now.

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But it was even younger to my computer

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in every sentence, and the selected word for all the examples will always be the

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same as a hitter actually, I'm

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always thinking I'm gonna

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I'm gonna love this

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valuable book because it was bought in marketing. This is something we find a lot in

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this methodology that resembles remember the story.

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It's not telling a story. It's teaching us through stories. So the details that were irrelevant to the lesson are usually

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any detail mentioned in any detail much in the Quran is relevant to the story

00:59:44--> 00:59:47

as to how many and sometimes it can be reasonably

00:59:48--> 00:59:49

from where

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someone came and mentioned something about sort of God.

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He was skeptical of the whole story of income

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which is really weird. But anyway.

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So he said, Oh, there were two people, and all of a sudden, a white person, you know, he was with his companion, and then all of a sudden they can one person and then the one person, it's not a person. It's something that's making sense.

01:00:15--> 01:00:28

Wow, that's super shallow, if you follow it and clearly makes sense, it really does. And almost kind of without mentioning the part of the story that's relevant for that part, we thought it was

01:00:31--> 01:00:36

relevant. Why? Because there was a mistake occurred and it wasn't at the hand of

01:00:37--> 01:00:48

his hands. As soon as this correction is made, he leaves the story. Not anymore. Why? Because that person, some say, it was the competitive

01:00:49--> 01:00:51

case, we say, your loved one.

01:00:52--> 01:00:56

He was not a part of universe central part of the message. So

01:00:59--> 01:00:59

who is

01:01:01--> 01:01:09

the person who decides? So the focus of the whole story is that on these two people, the Quran is not a story.

01:01:10--> 01:01:15

A story book, a history book was focused on these eight people in places.

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So this is an important lesson, because when you're teaching a lesson, you have to ask yourself, are you teaching history? Are you

01:01:25--> 01:01:25

preparing?

01:01:27--> 01:01:27

For?

01:01:31--> 01:01:31

What?

01:01:33--> 01:01:33

Because that's

01:01:35--> 01:01:39

the question is, am I trying to teach lessons, or I'm actually teaching.

01:01:40--> 01:02:03

Because you don't even see it just as a subject. Now I need to really zoom in on all the details. We need to know who was impacted as mayor who was involved with this you have how many people were that you have caused everything. But if I'm taking lessons from this, you know, I don't have to spend 20 minutes talking about the date of the first revelation, I can jump straight into on

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that.

01:02:08--> 01:02:25

And I've heard this complaint from students before. That's why I bring it up. But they say that when I go to Sunday school, I feel overwhelmed by the information detail. Kind of makes sense, because it probably just three hours a week, maybe focusing a little less on the finer detail. And more on the greater picture in the lesson.

01:02:27--> 01:02:33

I can as well. The details cover the conflict. And to let it focus on the greater message.

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looks up here.

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We didn't read any of the wire from this chapter. There are three or four narrations that I'd like to read. And then we'll

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stop you and allows us to unlock

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that's a quick announcement. We will not have class on Tuesday. Next Tuesday, we'll have class.

01:03:09--> 01:03:15

We want to have class this extended to the after. What did you want to do on the Tuesday after the second or third?

01:03:16--> 01:03:24

Second, we're gonna have classes. I travel to Toronto tomorrow for the conference that

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I'm going to be traveling tomorrow for the conference in Canada. It goes on and up until Sunday and then they've asked me to teach intensive care as well

01:03:39--> 01:03:40

as teaching