The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher 32

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The importance of learning is discussed, along with the need for students to focus on their job and educate people on their needs. The speakers emphasize the use of anger and writing in publicity and teaching, as it helps in making sense of what is written and brings people to Christ. They use language in various fields, including education, government, political affairs, and politics. Learning is critical to a successful learning experience, and language is not just a science. The importance of learning is emphasized, along with the need for students to focus on their job and educate people on their needs.

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in sha Allah today will be our final session

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as we complete the book of shahada, Fatah, Abu Dhabi mobile.

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It's been such a beautiful, blessed journey covering this text. What I originally thought would be a resource for teachers and those in the area of education like myself, and students that are here. Hopefully one day that will also be teachers one day, has turned out to be much more than that. We've had the opportunity of looking at the life of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from a position of influence.

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broadening that scope, has now given guidance on parenting and being a mentor, having any sort of opportunity to play in another person's life or positive role in another person's life. Now reading this book, 100 Allah, may Allah reward the

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love with data when I was in Canada, a person came and said to me that the family members of Sheldon felt the hub of love with data are aware of this class that you guys do and they really appreciate it.

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So I said to that person that in reality,

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it's our honor. His son was very thankful I said that in reality, it's our honor that we had the opportunity of benefiting from the words of the shift.

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The truth is that we do this for ourselves.

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And if I were to be honest, the second intention that I have when I'm doing these Lecture Series is to start off and be from those who are creating a library of knowledge available for students in English.

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The what's ahead is actually your guys's job, you guys have to do more.

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You guys are the ones that need to fill up this area and make sure there's so much available so people can continue to learn the deen in every possible way.

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This gathering of ours is humble. We ask that Allah gives baraka and except that

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one of the brothers from Gollum, Abdullah, he was sitting with me this week, and he was telling me he said chef, may Allah put Barbara in this restaurant while in class, since we've started teaching it at humble luck on a monthly basis. On other podcasts, it gets downloaded 850,000 times

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850,000 from over 112 countries.

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And I said to him that Subhanallah I had no idea.

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But what I do know is that before we start every

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lesson, I make dua to Allah, that whoever can benefit and benefit from the Allah take into their ears. And those who don't need to be a part of this. Save us from them, save them from us,

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save us from fitna and the traps of ShaVonne.

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And those who you feel need this, it's your task to give it to them.

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And that is in reality, what are we what who we are, we're nothing more than the drain pipe.

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The water equal the flow of it is someone else's. The scholars wrote the books and they took from the fountain of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam and revelation from Allah subhanho wa taala. What we are doing here is being pipes from the train.

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And it's a blessed place to be. We also have more thought to always keep us in these gatherings event

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and allow that in that we study to benefit us and penetrate our hearts. So with that, inshallah we'll start our last session will be lined to fit.

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The author titles, this chapter demon was sent along while he was selling me the aluminum Nisa.

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In our last session, we covered this towards the end. Today while while teaching michigan wasabia. This was the same discussion we had. And at the end, I said to the students, before we ended faster, you guys will remember

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that imagine the state of the Ummah, try to see the world from where I'm sitting. And there's a dream and that dream is not only are the men in the community serving the theme, but we have not utilized all the women in the community to serve that need to. I'm talking about at the frontline, engaging with the community at every level of hamdullah the sisters have always been engaging but not imagined that from a place of thoroughly grounded in the the that from the top of their tongues, they're able to reference every Quranic eye, every Hadith and every bar and textbook and engage at every single level and contribute

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the way it is their right to contribute. Try to see the benefits that we

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face. Our daughters, our mothers, our sisters, the community at large would grow together, we need to step out of this false paradigm of gender politics that we've been forced into. Islam has no place to be there. Islam is not interested in that it is unnecessarily forcefully being thrown upon us.

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We believe when I'm in a solid daiquiri into one movement, felon or en No hyalto

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I found this IOTV the most clear out and explaining the role of men and women in the eyes of Allah. And that is that as far as gender goes, Allah subhanho wa Taala doesn't increase someone's rank or decrease it based off of their private area or their chromosomes. That's not what I'm most proud of.

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Your gender creates diversity in you giving you the

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power to

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work off of one another work together, your belief and your good deeds. And if you have both of those Dementors say that Lisa and the general thought

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leader of all the women's in general, all the women in gender 14 What are the

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what are the earliest to enter into paradise thought about any law

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By now without doubt the companion of a sort of loss of Allah while he

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also kind of without give us that understanding

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department one

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so there were specific

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so in relation to this he narrates the wire

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what is

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also an error

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have the voice there closer there

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will you know we can ask what we want you

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someone so they

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don't know what sort of life

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your approach and he taught them from what Allah

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a mother was

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a pain

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this situation

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so the privacy

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to as much

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planning but it wasn't just a matter of miscarriages

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no matter how much the child drives her crazy

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no matter how much that child has caused her stress and let her hair to going gray and all the wrinkles on her face. Someone asks her where did this come from? She points on this one or your other movie. This is all because of him. This has all happened.

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But that Mother's Day.

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It's unconditional.

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So when she loses her child and bear in mind that in that time, it was actually common for people to lose children. There was still so much to be learned about medicine and illness and human health and ways to preserve and so on preserve life. So it was common for people to lose

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Be very calm.

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And imagine the common this pain, this stale pain that existed in society, it was just there. It was a pain that people didn't talk about

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the number of kids, mothers had buried and fathers have buried, sort of sort of loss and a lot of some address that this is important in terms of education, first of all, addressing the issues of women, and that's ever I've covered this issue in the last class. But the second thing is, keep your hand on the pulse and try to understand what are common themes that people are hurting from,

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and give them out.

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When a child passes away, you can't do anything linear when from from a worldly perspective, that person has left the dunya, that's the end of that their affairs closed source will last for a long it was

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the carrier of ye was able to open up a window that could offer them that look, there'll be a barrier for you on the Day of Judgment. Just be patient, look for reward the loss of hunting without. And similarly there are matters like this in our community that will see that there's a common pain. Within younger folks, there is a burden that people carry of image, specifically in the younger girls in the community, addressed the issue. Give them hope, give them strength, don't fall into the slavery of one Botox shot here, another Botox shot there, snip this cut this do this do that don't fall for this nonsense. Within guys, they're their own issues, where there's unfortunate,

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you know, this, expectations that and also not just that sometimes in our communities, it seems as if men are no longer even respected for being men. And there's a whole movement and that you'll see in the community of men not even being promoted or encouraged to be like men, they are told to be closer to the feminine gender, and their hurts. There are guys that you'll find in the community who are being told, and they feel the pain of not being allowed to embrace their gender and women are the same. It's a part of this gender politics that we have going on, that women are told not to embrace theirs, and men are told not to embrace theirs, because gender is just a massive construct.

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So as a result of that, when a person is now in the arena of looking for a spouse, it's hard for them to find someone that they can relate to someone that they appreciate. It's

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someone that they're going to they will accept them for who they are, and live with them.

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There are these pains that exist in a community, people struggling to find spouses to get married to,

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if I were to tell you the number of people that I meet on the weekly will come and say if I'm looking for a companion, where did I go?

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In some of those cases, you might say that these are young people that parents don't approve of them getting married, because they're still very young. But that's not true. In many cases, those very same parents are saying that we want our daughter to get married, we want our son to get married. But we're worried that because of this, this this issue, no one will be interested in them and years passed by and those people are frustrated and only when in reality, all they're looking for is a companion.

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You know, hover this path is very lonely, difficult, sophisticated path of the world. It just wants someone to be there by their side to help them get through it. Unfortunately, in some cases, there's a tremendous amount of abuse that occurs in their life. So now that marriage is ahead of them, they're hoping that marriage is what will protect them from the abuse of the house that they grew up in, or the abuse of their friends that they were strong, or the abuse of just colleagues in life. They're looking for that company in that piece. There's a lot of pain in our community. And fortunately

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within the elders in the community, you'll see that people are crumbling with the pain of debt, financial debt, just burdening them and they're so deep into it, that they're not even sure what to do anymore capitalism. What can I do have $80,000 to pay and I clearly don't have the income to make the payment, what am I going to do?

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And for those of us who have the ability to pay that debt off, or at least some light at the end of the tunnel, we think for too long? Well.

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One of the things I'm sort of mastered along, seek protection from was met Samuel McGraw.

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Oh, Allah save me from being in a place of debt, where I'm surrounded by it. And there are those people that are married and they're struggling with their marriage. What do they talk to them? And a lot of pain. There are those who have children who are struggling with their children, just as children are struggling with their parents. There's a whole you know, just generation of parents that are frustrated with their kids. They don't know what to do anymore.

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To make the situation more complicated

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in some cases, their children have taken a path that brings a lot of hurt to their parents.

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And those parents are trying to understand how did this happen? How did my child get addicted to heavy to hard drugs like this? That they're just they've lost themselves

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was a mother that I know.

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So I don't I don't know what material a mom made her from. She put her whole life on pause. It's been almost 15 years, how many years almost 15 years. Her child unfortunately, caught on to some heavy drugs. And she asked me and I kind of gave her some advice and I also referred her to some counselors and therapists to guide her. But she made her mind up her mind was that I will be by my side until my child overcomes this problem.

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15 years, she hasn't spent one night away from him.

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15 years she hasn't spent one night away from it.

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She didn't go to visit her own mother because she said I can't go unless I take my son with me. Without me he'll struggle I need him. I need to be the one that gives him the medicine in my own hands and wakes him up for so long. That some development 15 years.

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There's this pain, who do you tell? Who do you tell in the community

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without people judging you and throwing you under the bus?

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I'll be like, yes, Allah for guidance, and here we see Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, he, he addressed that issue, he addressed those issues. And if those moments given people the hope, where there were willing solutions in addition to the Doha.

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Solutions, that do this, do that because it was a matter that taught them prepare for that.

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And you must always remember, and this is the tithe and the Quran.

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In Allah, Allah your Viru Majerle Masini you do good Allah Allah. Allah take care. Just be patient. Allah subhanaw taala will give you just have Hassan do Ehsaan is doing

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above and beyond going above and beyond. That's what he's doing the best way possible. Yes, go ahead.

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The next chapter, chapter 37. lovable who what the Honeyville who said Allah Allah He was salam fatale me either either politic ha with Africa.

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This is fascinating.

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We talked about Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa silicones temperament. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam softness his character.

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The teacher mentor parent needs to understand that your task is to use all the tools available to help the one that you are engaging with.

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And sometimes it's mild. Sometimes it's by taking them out for tea. Other times it's playing sports with them. Sometimes it's there to advise them. Sometimes you read about it with them, sometimes you will honey for them. But other times what do you need to do?

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You got to admonish them. You got to turn that anger up.

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You got to be a little tighter.

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A lot of of what was done evil fatale. Babies are some turning away sometimes as a tool of education.

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In order to hide with Alika when there is a need when there is an investor,

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I one thing I've realized is that if you use anger to discipline someone, and they understand what you're doing, and that anger is preceded by love and compassion, they will welcome that anger and it will do its job. It will help them it'll leave behind a very good memory. Remember, they will cherish and they will share for days to come. And Ross me and Phoebe

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are sort of law sort of used some firm language when talking so to say that I will literally fight about the law when he kept asking what ends and our insider coins and I went to the Prophet of Allah said something and he wasn't sure that you read this really. And the Prophet of Allah said, Wherever says Hola, hola, hola Jimena, and he said, everyone and he kept asking that question, whoever says Nyla

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and maybe saw sort of at the end of it when he kept persisting in asking the Prophet of Allah, the Prophet of Allah said Allah will be mgib, though,

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Even if you don't want it or even if it means that your Lord

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was put into the ground, that will happen, because Allah has decreed for it to happen. That's a rough statement. I usually tell the students that if that was me, and I was never reading this hadith, I would never read the Hadith. Without skip that part. It's not relevant to anyone. I love me NCIP that really doesn't benefit anyone else that statement, because he's just telling people how the officers along while he was Saddam gave him this love burn like a parent, but it's dependent. Right. But why for him, it was a badge of honor. He understood the one that was reprimanding him was someone that loved him. So he took it just like that. Imagine the joy he must have had, that the

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Prophet said a long while he was expressed his his statement, a little harsh statement towards me, that mean that he cared for me.

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This appreciation will only be there if you from the person that you're expressing that anger towards if you've built a rapport and relationship with them. If your anger is a knee jerk reaction, if they can see in your eyes that in real

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body, your anger is misplaced. You're angry at something else, not with them. The Crime does not match the punishment when they see these things that this is just a grumpy guy that's always shouting anyway, today I got caught in the crossfire. They will respect you.

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Rather, sometimes it's not even verbalizing it, their heart may make them up against you.

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Maybe out of other they won't say anything. But their heart will say that a horrible human being. Maybe he had a tough day with his wife at home and he's coming and dropping it on me. That's a situation. People are.

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You know, they have frustrations from their work from school, from dealing with friends and employees from the Masjid. They come home, the guidance is on the wife.

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The wife is frustrated. She dumps it on the children. The children have no one to dump it on. So they internalize it.

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And hence where our mental health issues come from. It's just piled up piled up piled up frustration. What do you talk to say mommy behind it?

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Who did you go and tell the pain that we're dealing with? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he used anger but it wasn't a knee jerk reaction. This you have to remember, specifically those of you that are parents and teachers, you have no right. I'm being very clear, zero right? To use anger against your children unless it is absolutely by your choice. The way I like to think of it as this way when I say by your choice, meaning you've designed and you've planned

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the way I like to think of it as like this. If I'm going to use anger when interacting with a student, or when I am going to express anger towards my child. Before I say a word, I have to quickly turn to my heart and say are you

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it? And if my answer is yes, I won't do it. Because I'm going to close my eyes and say are you angry in this moment? And only and only if the answer is no, I'm not angry.

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I'm not angry right now. I'm frustrated the money. Okay, now go ahead and use it.

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Even better.

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Do it tomorrow. Let this moment pie.

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Because the only way change will come in my child or my student hopefully is if there's this last. If there's no last there's no there's no point to any of this. Allah won't bring change based off of my filthiness and my insincerity. I have to make a lot of a lot and it has to start from a place of purity. And we know in the Mahadeva uvcb Iman Can I use you to submit an acid? Yes As Allah Allah is what is a plant? Very bitter. Very bitter. It's so bitter Can you imagine anything spoiling the flavor of honey

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can you

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like what does it take to spoil the sweetness of honey

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nothing right I mean you can mix honey almost into anything it's so pure and beautiful. You can mix it in anything not incident. You can mix it into chicken that chicken now some honey barbecue chicken wheat and you don't ever taste good.

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They might be a little awkward, but you can't destroy the it's very difficult to destroy the honey flavor. Um, yeah, honey flavor. Grandma used to do sabinillas Maybe it's also said however, Allah is such a thing that it really spoils the flavor of money. And such anger destroys a person's ego.

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So here we're learning about

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Using anger as a tool, but it is very important that you understand what that means. It has to be on your terms. And I wouldn't even say you have to be confident in that moment that this anger is fueled purely for the sake of Allah for the sake of that person.

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If I'm just going to shout at my child whenever I'm in a bad mood, or if I might justify, but he did this wrong, he did not run. Question is, Are you angry because he did something wrong? Or are you angry because this is going to help you help him become a better person? Two different things.

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If you're angry because someone did something wrong, that's a you problem. You sort out your problem. But if I'm going to use anger for therapy in this moment to help them and become a better person, now you are a good human being.

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This is a beautiful thing. But just bear in mind, don't overuse the anger card. It'll burn the other person out. It'll hurt them.

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What people learn through merhaba and love

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tends to stay longer than what they learn from anger.

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I know a young man who buried his father he said to me that says I love him but I can't wipe away all the hard things that he said to me during my life

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all the disrespect this man gave me

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I can't wipe it off. He's buried he's my father I want to love him but I can't I want to feel sad but I can't feel sad the way I want to

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I know I'm supposed to be sad but I've heard

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on one side I remember the man who held my hand and gotten me through life but on the other side I see a person who I remember crying because of many days What do I do

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so I said to him that when a person leaves this thing Yeah, you must slowly turn to

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your father to be in trouble with

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be happy with one another

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do you

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can we not agree that our fathers all

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you guys

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they may have not been there

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why for us and these are expensive by the way I don't know

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that section were there

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so it's a matter

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human being you are

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in this dunya

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I was telling you that mercy comes and

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we were

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multitask I said one day

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because it was profound and these kids were broken that their parents had never told them these things and yet there was a long story of all the sacrifices those parents had made.

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There was one father who said that he carried his child after his child that hit everything sports shot that he was bleeding. So he said my father said he carried me to the hospital two miles. He didn't call the ambulance nothing he just walked. He helped me in his arms and he walk for one or two miles and took me to the hospital. I didn't know this

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from last night

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what kind of sort of LaMotta he was setting me up? Oh, that was *ty that either Joe was on with the holiday movie but he also early.

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Yes, go ahead, you can read

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you come in angry with the situation didn't also the loss of a loved one. He was very angry of the student transgressed by delving or questioning about a matter which was beyond the limits

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imagined within areas on the authority over whatever only Allah one of them said, also the loss of the law. It was something that came to us while we were disputing about predestination. He became angry until his face turned red to the extent that it was as though

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pomegranate seeds were busted open on his cheeks for

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40 feet wide in a day he Romain and the pomegranate seed what color doesn't happen it?

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It's dark, right? It's dark, die if you if you pop a seed, and it gets on your garment, what happens it seeps in. So that was a sort of look that would come on the face of the sort of enemies and a lot of us would be upset the Sahaba they say we can see it on his face. I mean, he carried it on his face, there was a vein that would appear in the middle of his forehead.

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Was the vein right? Even though it would appear in the middle of his forehead, and his face would change color. So let me sort of let me how that how that was able to lay come in a helicopter.

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Pilot and as a rule, we had so many awesome to alikoum sell to Alikum transoral fee? Yes.

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A few Sahaba are ordered to learn with the Syrian language. Yeah. So the translation of that previous one is how that will give them the prophecy. This is why it was sent to you. Is this what you've been told to do, to sit here and argue about predestination? Whether Allah knows everything or not but Allah doesn't know what's the point living if Allah has already written everything is that would have been sent to you. And wondering why the Prophet of Allah said that focus on your deeds. Now what Allah knows when Allah doesn't know, you have freedom in your action you get to choose. So focus on that freedom and choose the right thing and make good decisions and focus on

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building your family for that era. The Prophet Allah is awesome to honey.

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Like, it's almost like you think promise me and give you a commitment. And putting this upon you as awesome to a lot of you that don't argue about color. It's a matter of emaan trust Allah and focus on your armor.

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So here we see it as sort of loss of loneliness, and I'm using anger. I think the best example of an abuse of a lot is that I'm using anger. Not the best, but one of the most clear and elaborate ones is the narration of kaput Monica.

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The companion who was from the three that did not participate in the Battle of the book, and their participation was not backed by a legitimate excuse. So when I sort of lost it, Allah Ani was sort of returned to Madina Munawwara he was angry

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cobban Malika the along one describes an anger. And the beginning of the story. He says, When I confronted the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there was a line of people everyone was coming one by one to the Prophet of Allah presenting their excuses. When my turn came, it was just no one is between me and the Prophet of Allah and the Prophet of Allah said that come to me.

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For the rest of most of our lives and a lot, it's the vestment model

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of resourcefulness smiled at me, but it wasn't one of the person that's happy was one person that is angry. Wow. Smile full of anger.

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The Sahaba had a close hand on the pulse of the Prophet of Allah, He knew what was happening.

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And then he spoke His truth, maybe some loss and I'm admitted, he has spoken the MaHA cups, this guy is spoken to true.

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Then he said go, he dismissed him and there was a boycott, no one was allowed to talk to him for almost 50 days. And at the end of it when his law was revealed, and Allah subhanaw taala had forgiven him for his wrong along with his other two companions, as we see in the ayat of surah Toba when he was informed, he said, the person that came, they gave him the news, he took his garment off and give it to them you had to borrow garments to go and meet the province of a lot.

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You know, like when you're when your emotions like beat you like he's these emotions are like way ahead in that moment.

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So then he shows up, and

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then he says that I met Rasulullah sallallahu sallam. And when I met him that day, he was sitting in the machine that was after photos.

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The first thing he says is the prophet smiled at me. And when he smiled and was happy, his fight his face, shine like a bright man.

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That's the smile that he missed. 50 days later.

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That smile, that's where the whole business starts. And then it ends with

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this smile of a sort of loss of aliveness. And then cabin Malika, the Obi Wan says I was tested

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for speaking the truth, the way Allah tested me for my truth because he could have lied. We're going to be so sad. I'm asked him, Why did you not come to the book, but he spoke His truth. He said my smoker truth and as a result of my truth, Allah tested me in a way that no one has ever been tested for speaking the truth.

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I think he's right actually.

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Because his test was

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the prophet of Allah not speaking to him for 50 days. And Allah knows if there is any test in the dunya as great as that.

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That was sort of Lord turns his face away for 50 days. He had every motive this man was tested in a way that I don't think most people would have lasted.

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They would have said, You know what, forget this. I'm blown away to I don't want you I want to talk to you. Go you do your own thing like he could have done that. Never. And he says that what the Romans actually found out what was happening and they tried to law remember that why don't you come and join us we heard Your companion has has turned against you. What did he do with that letter?

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He ripped And then

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he tossed it and said that the noise inside the oven. I don't want this letter. Is it this is from shaitan did I will be moved on?

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Yes, go ahead.

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We also have a via Rasulullah sallallahu. He said I'm using this anger to reprimand

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while the management of the loved one for leading that Salah long. Yes Great.

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Writing as a means of teaching. One of us over the loss of Allah audio systems teaching methods was by means of writing. Most of the loss of Allah there was more than 15 scribes. We used to write down the Quran as dictated by him. He also had scribes were specifically designated to write letters for him to various lands and rulers, conveying to them the message of Islam and inviting them towards it. Other scribes were designated for further tests. The following are some of the scribes who used to write down the Quran as far as the bustle Allah He was dictation in His very presence of what kind of man men adding

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weight to character

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hiding inside then increase it even even in the house humbler

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of year Why are we doing this again and others only alone but

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when one thing you have to keep in mind sidenote, that you know how people some people love protect us all. They speak ill against mommy or their loved one. First of all, you can never speak ill against any side and have discussion and discussion. I don't know why yesterday, some video popped up in my feed and a purify my feet.

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It's been infiltrated

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shahada, Nasser gave me this advice is that every few days we meet

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to do is go into your social media and type in random words like comb, socks, winter, so this detoxes the feed otherwise it gets carried away

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well for you to completely

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say this a bit about the messiness of the fields if you just let it be it turns into a monster. It's just showing random videos. So my Facebook feed, it showed me a video of one guy in the video he's saying that you know, Oh, what's this problem with Sunnis? They keep talking about Sahaba Sahaba there are no rewires regarding the Sahaba

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nobody why at the Bekah Sahaba he says they're only the Elia bathe we should only respect the Albanian the Sahaba are overrated

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I was I met someone really missed the trainer.

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I guess I didn't have any coffee today like you either know the way out regarding Sahaba he made more absurd of a statement that is

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you don't get it. Do you understand how absurd of a statement that is?

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Not only are they not new if regarding Sahaba their eye on the Quran regarding salah.

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You might say that these guys made up all these iron or other Hadith

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but I'm assuming that's the clay right and these guys made up all these Hadith but you can't make the Sahaba and I have no Quran regarding them.

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There's so many of them sadly, a minimal hygiene or when I'm slaughter when they get to my own

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kidney How many do you want? I was so baffled about this person's stupidity

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and I was thinking to myself because of the way this guy shot this video is very fancy and HD and all the he had some music very emotional music playing in the background like soft like volume two or three

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where it appeals to the emotions

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like mad people probably believe this stuff.

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I wonder if they if anyone has objection to this.

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But hold on. So MA We are the alone one people they also say Ill things about him. First of all, he's just a hobby, which means the end of discussion, I don't care. It doesn't matter. Is that clear. Once a person is as a hobby, our position is to keep our tongues pure from attacking the honor of a nice hobby. Look if you don't have a lot of good Ahmad to present on the Day of Judgment, make dua to Allah will give you agenda but to attack the Sahaba Sudan internetowe ceramsite from an hobgoblins that we have we have been I'm gonna bother him for the bully ever. Whoever loves the companions in reality, it's because they love me

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and vice versa as well.

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But what's important to know not only was Mali or the hola one as a hobby, which is already enough, I made that clear, which is That's enough. There's nothing else to say. But if we wanted to add another layer he was from the HELOC to a degree because his name Chicago Hale Katana Rahim, Allah Tala, we're putting this list together

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was putting this list together of scribes of Hadith. He lives among them one more hour, we have to be Sofia Perez was awesome use this man's hand to write revelation

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is a very big deal. Yes, go ahead.

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When you're releasing before I'm used to come down, it's really nice of a lawyer some of them some of them and they would record it I think they did by him. So

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yeah, I've also been established that was sort of off some of it was someone permitted some of his Sahaba to record this. In fact, he ordered some of them to do so.

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You might know what varies on the authority of Allah and I'm also the Allah one who said, I used to write down everything which I used to hear from Missoula law school

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in order to in order to memorize or have a student

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she takes notes in the past write everything down. So I have to be careful in that class represent the health goal.

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Otherwise, only if these guys decide to publish these notes I'll get in trouble.

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We have one classmate like the student when the student needs to sneeze he's right sneeze

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I believe he was flexing he was trying to make a point that I can write this fast

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Yes, go ahead.

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believes that stop you from doing so instead. Are you going to write down everything that you hear when you know that when I hadn't encouraged me in the seniors have the courage they said to this young companion love and I'm gonna blast with your loved one.

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I talked to Kula shaking tomorrow. You can write on everything that he writes everything the Prophet said you're just going to run

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Yo, what are pseudo Allah He Basha yet the kalam filha, we were riddled. And the Prophet Allah Mata he was set up as a human being he speaks when he's angry, he speaks in a state of anger. And also, while being pleased from their perspective, they were just trying to protect him from doing something that would cause harm to the need of the Prophet of Allah.

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Don't write everything down. What if maybe says that and says something in a state of anger that you shouldn't write down?

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I'm stuck to anarchy.

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So I'm developing an amateur but also the law one says, and I stopped writing

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for the court to radically Rasulillah symbolism. So let me sort of long running he was said.

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He said, I mentioned this concern of the courage to Prophet of Allah.

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The Prophet, I sort of pointed to his mouth and said, up to probably the fcbd might

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be some sort of pointed towards his mouth and said, Write, for by the one and whose hand lies my soul. Only the truth exits from this my extra domain.

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Only the truth exit from this, even when I'm angry, I will only speak the truth. From here we see how to sort of ourselves that I was telling this habit read down. So this question that is things that these guys say, oh, Hadith wasn't written until the third century. Yes.

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These are all lies. These are objections that these people made against Hadith to create doubts in the hearts of Muslims. We have clear evidence and proof that the Hadith was written from the time because of law settlement is not one documentation, but many documentations. And then after the law passed away, it is and others run this habit and utilize every tool available to them to preserve the Hadith. Look, as Muslims, do we believe the Quran was preserved? Yes or no? The reason why the Muslims preserved it is because they believed it to be revelation, they believed it to be important. So why would the Muslims stop preserving Hadith and only preserve the Quran even though they viewed

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both to be important in forms of Revelation?

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Why is he beside me this like, for example, someone has two periods of he has two, two slippers, and he needs one outside one inside?

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Why would you do that? You need both of them. You need both of them. Right? Why would you? Why would they are the Muslims that think that they thought you know what, let's just preserve the Quran and forget the Hadith and we'll deal with the backers later on. I'm not memorizing the Hadith. I'm not preserving that either.

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This is impossible. The fact that the Muslims by the fall of Allah, why shouldn't they visit the Muslims? Credit is where it's due to this hub does want to lie? I think they are the champions here. The rest of us were dismantling the fact that the Sahaba did want to lie on in the vein of the commanded teaching the student muscles are preserved the Quran and Hadith for us. Today, we're benefiting and drinking from that found. That's they're doing otherwise, what would be nobody?

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Okay, go ahead.

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Now, there's a question should a person you know,

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rely on writing as a form of preservation?

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There are both sides of the argument. Some of them they quote the statement animal side and we'll get to

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that knowledge of the prey and how do you catch your prey? usually throw a net over it right? How do you catch your knowledge, if you're free, if you're raising it trying to catch it

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was good habit to write it down? When you write it down? You've got the knowledge.

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on the other hand, you have other ones,

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who did not like the fact that people took writing down as a primary method of preserving knowledge. And the main method, the only method of preserving knowledge, all three of these words.

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They don't let these things because the earliest generation of Muslims relied on preserving knowledge to actions and they felt this is the right way. Otherwise your deen becomes

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a book in a library. That's not what it's not this. Islam is not a book in the library. It's a living tradition that exists in the heart of every Muslim. That's what Islam is. It's a living tradition that beats in the heart of every mistake.

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Similarly, they say regarding immigrant, Mohammed lasagna, once he was traveling, some robbers came in, they stole his knowledge. He had all these books, all the scrolls that he wrote the book, they stole the dog. So he went home and told his mama, mama, they robbed me and they took all my knowledge away. His mom, I said, what a shame that someone can steal my son's knowledge.

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Man, that's a tough one. I

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think some of us might have a similar experience growing up.

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So then, he says, My mama gave me that tough love. I then said, You know what, that's not going to happen to me again. He didn't memorize all of his knowledge.

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So writing down is good, but we all know

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or at least in our day and age with the number of files that we have what happens to what we write and type of

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it just disappears into the drive.

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It makes its way into the drive, we're at content, peace, knowing that it's been registered in the drive, and Allah knows what's gonna happen there. That file will never be found again, even if you search for it, it'll just be gone. Right? So don't give too much attention to writing as well.

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I was wondering, that's

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a little harder Muhammad Muhammad. So he was a chief justice at Buxton, by the way, he leaves England and he was visiting Chicago. So he was giving advice to someone when I was there. So I'm one of the guys that writes, I don't necessarily write to preserve, I write to process my thoughts. That's how it works with me I like to write because it helps me make sense of what I'm learning. And I get to note down some points. So I was just writing.

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we got angry. Because What's this you're writing in class, you lazy people. I'm not calling you guys. You guys keep writing. I'm telling you, please.

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put your pens down. I really got angry, you lazy people. I was like, Man, he's calling us lazy. I thought the guys who didn't write were lazy. The guys were writing when you call them lazy.

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But he was a very intelligent man, very intelligent man.

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So he explained, he said, The reason why I call you lazy is because when a thought battalion was supposed to do is listen without any distraction when the teacher is speaking. And then after the service is done, they're supposed to sit and make notes. But you guys are lazy. You don't like to sit after the third, some take notes. So you take it while you're sitting in front of me. I won't tolerate this laziness. That was a perspective. You guys understand that you're supposed to sit down and gather everything you gained. And that's the half an hour in front of the half an hour to make sure you capture it all. No, no rush hour hands on the on the show. So there are two perspectives

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here. It's good to write too. But don't let that be the reason that you miss out on the experience of seeking knowledge.

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Also learn to internalize it, take it in. There's a whole science behind taking notes. Yes, go ahead.

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Use the home or the room to learn the Syrian language. You might without any mentality the scenario on the authorities is chapter number 39. We have 40 chapters 39 of us also taught the companions to learn Saudi Arabia. You taught them to learn foreign languages

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because they were necessary. They were necessary in this context, because that was the language that the Jews used for their contracts and their documents. There are some allah sallallahu Sallam had a significant Jewish community population in his community so to engage with them and to understand that there was clarity in the contract and there was no misunderstanding he had Zaven fabrics with the Alon one learn the language Zaven fabrics or the Allah one killed it for those of you that you think that you're smart because you learn Arabic in like two three months and that you know you know how to read your mind and keep and some basic Zaman fabric will be alone figured out the language in

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two weeks

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that's a genius.

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Pathak genius. I barely figured out how to play FIFA in two weeks.

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That's what the grind

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That's me trying really hard. Pressing the circle instead of the square and putting the x inside of a triangle and then like Stop it, stop it stop pressing the shutter button

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please the one secret you learned the whole language.

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On that note,

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when it comes to learning languages, this is very important.

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Learning how to speak and articulate yourself properly is important. My dua is that the future Muslims

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who are in our communities and who served the Deans more specifically, they develop mastery in their languages, specifically in English.

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When I look at the work of the earlier scholars name, a scholar whose name you've heard it before

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the man was named someone else.

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Anyway, Imam Shafi oh god these two examples are perfect by the way. Are these two are perfect examples, and you'll name others and they'll fit in as well. But these today you guys named Imam Ghazali Imam Shafi. One of the things about the scholars of the past was they all have pristine language.

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Regardless of what they were writing, there was no broken language.

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Imam Al Ghazali Allahu Allah is yeah, if you just read the introduction to every chapter, it's a piece of art.

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And you don't need to look at the live stream, but we have Imam VRB Shut up that has just joined us right now. And he's an example because this guy literally is the Muhammad Ali mentioned here. When he when he does his does he hit the gym?

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Once a poetry

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the whole thing with English poetry is hard work, effort and language making sure that there's proper presentation.

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putting hard work and effort into it. You mentioned Imam Shafi. I mean, who doesn't know about Imam Shafi language skills and how good they were.

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So we need people who in our community also develop mastery in language. Earlier today, I was speaking with Southern Armand Murphy, we were just sitting in the roots and I was having some coffee with him. And he asked me, he said, What would you like your kids to do when they grow up?

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Would you like for them to be scholars and Dean's and whatnot.

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So I said to him that after the kids finish off their Quran, which I hope Allah allows them to reach completion, after the finish Nikita the Quran as far as it comes to whether they become authors and the dean or not, I wasn't up for that. But I'm not sure if becoming a scholar requires seven years all at once, and hamdulillah alum, there's a model that's created that allows students to take some years full time, and other years you piece them out and finish off, I would love for them to maybe to the first two, three years full time to build the ground, build their foundation, and the rest of it, if they took one period at a time while doing college and getting through life moving along, I

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would have no problem with that. I would I actually think there's benefit of it that you spend more time with, like some of the students that are here, taking one period, you'll finish in 1015 years, but there's hundreds, you trying to run a race or something, there's no race, take your time to study or even grow knowledge. This way they can grow in whatever they think is best. He said, Well, if they asked you what courses to take in college, what would you say?

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So I said to start Murphy, that I would surely like for my kids, if I had a say in this, I would probably encourage them to do something in the liberal arts.

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Because a person who studies the liberal arts, there's finesse to that human being. If it's done right, it creates and irons out that human being, the way they speak the way they think the way they present themselves. Learning how to use logic in your in your speech. We need a lot more of this, unless Marlena gave us Sophia. And you know, plugging here I think is a benefit. May Allah reward the folks at zaytuna College created an undergrad liberal arts program for students, Muslim students to go and study. You know, that fits our narrative and paradigm fits within the ethics of our religion and law reward them Yes, go ahead. So this is all thing which

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you can imagine within erring on the authority of hydrogen as a debit from the smaller is able to debit or the alone

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or sort of loss of aliveness and I've ordered me to learn some words for him from the language of juice. He said to me, I take an oath by law that I do not trust the Jews with my letter. Before half a month compares, I learned a second language after I have learned it. If he if he had to write any letter to the Jews, I used to write it for and if they wrote to him, I used to read out their letters to him

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that's done.

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Okay, you can read

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me decipher that this is a sound and sound

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alarmist also narrated on the authority of debit and going away from from say the data for the law I'm saying those of us have

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to learn this Indian language. Utilize the Korean languages for teaching inviting and propagation whenever necessary is Pro is proven from the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu.

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This was one of the teaching methods of us who also have a lot of languages, guys languages, it's not just about languages, it's about your means and modes of communication.

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Even in poetry, or in video form or picture form, or

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you know all the different modes that exist on social media, whatever it is, as long as it's a pure mode, use it as well understand it, we need Muslims to understand these things. So if the Muslims do arrive at that doorstep, and they need to cross that bridge, they're able to do so.

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It amazes me how many folks do we have in the Muslim community globally? involved with it?

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It's laughable, right because they're like, like, like we are the it joke. Like if

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There was an IP joke without us that would be that would have been incomplete it joke

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I'm surprised that as an ummah with all the IT talent we have we still haven't ran SEO on base Islamic language

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do you guys understand this?

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Like we haven't properly done the SEO or even the prophets name most Islamic terms when you throw them in the in the search engine who wins SEO they're

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one step at a time

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it's not Muslims not this

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sorry. I'm just saying it's usually non Muslims who when the when the search engine optimization Trust me I'm not lying to you. You can certainly complete an Islamic terms into the into into the into Google and you'll find some Christian website. How is it possible? How is that possible?

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And don't tell me it's organic traffic nonsense. I don't believe it. I don't believe it's organic traffic. Someone's ran some optimization here. You guys find that that what I'm saying go to seven I'm saying I'm surprised that Muslims haven't done this yet. We need to own the search engine. We need to own it that search engine needs to be ours.

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And if it takes money from the OMA we do it if it takes talent from the OMA it must be done because this is the this is a this is a digital language. One that I have no familiarity with but those who know and know it will come naturally you should move forward and use this language to teach the teach the the beauty of this now the dean of has sort of lost allies.

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Yes, go ahead does have a learn languages to defend the honor of the Prophet of Allah and to make sure that the propagated, learn the languages are ahead of you.

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Today, languages are the key to universal sciences which have become necessary because of the close proximity with non Arabs and Europeans. Languages are keys to health relations between nations, they have become vital for mutual cooperation which has become essential than life. Languages are also important for the safeguarding of a person's rights in his intercourse with other nations nations.

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Shed chancel the Indian Lee who knew several languages set it up on

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the World Languages a person knows the more he is able to benefit these languages come to his assistance at the time of calamities hasten that the learning new languages for every language in reality is another

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was the particular who in the movie Matty r1 for Ebola, Ebola HIV, the new hottie Musa Aryans are quickly going to learn languages for about the lumati Saurian for Kulu Lisa and Phil, hottie for the inside.

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That's beautiful. For Kulu Lisa feel happy inside every language, in reality is a human. It's a person. It's a new tabby.

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Yes, go ahead. Chapter 40. The last chapter of the book, the only movie that the show Sharifa suddenly

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goes on the loss of Allah Azza wa sallam teachers who is no personality.

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Someone lost a lot more money or seven was chosen by Allah to Allah to teach humanity his religion and his final and eternal Shediac there is nothing more valuable in the sight of Allah the island and his religion. Hence, he chose the best of prophets and messengers Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to spread on teaching. A month Allah chosen to convey his Shediac to the people to teach them via is on his speech, his manner, his words, and his various teaching methods. His perfect and noble personality also served both as a method and a sublime example for every other teacher. A teacher must strive for the perfection of his personal self is intellect merits knowledge wisdom,

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appearance, elegance, manners, movement, silence kind speech, sweet sentence, believable striking appearance, beautiful manner of speech, behavior and management of affairs. All that gives us all this

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monologue give us all these things. That in order for a person to be a good teacher or a homeopathic Marlene and you're gonna feed it with the comical mahasin academic fodder for Emma parliament, Auckland fatherland, element Hickmott and mulgara Rua and LaBar cotton layer cotton Hala cotton school and even in movements you have to do

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Measure it right? Well Teva, Hadith and Monica AHA even your sense should be good. One of offer that the wedgemount Tala was in a month with a several feng shui Dotty Yes.

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for the Garner Kulu hada Fida to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam, ala attend me watching what Allah hustling, what T Malik. All of these things that we mentioned, the sort of loss of a lot of sort of met all of them in the most complete form possible.

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That was his that that was the being that we're talking about. Yes.

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So his noble and exemplary, exemplary, exemplary personality. He serves as a teacher for every other teacher and educator. He's an embodiment of the ideal teacher, his various methods of testing this, these methods are directed

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at a Muslim and guide him to be an embodiment of the words you are the best updation shows him for the people. This all embracing perfection or muscle, the loss of a lung, it was an event, they're sort of lost in the long run and it was Ellen's example was and is and will always will be an inspiration for anyone that takes the seat of influence.

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He says here and an equally Modar lemon when we start shooting, anyone that's a guide or a teacher, they will find it all and gathered in the sort of loss of a loved

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a boy but I are cocky, they're BarakAllahu cow.

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And if his teacher his students don't get well I'm okay. If his students, his servants, this leaves the likes of Marathi students. If the Emperors of the world came in and sat in front of his students humbly, imagine the oran the amazing nature of the gathering of a snowball synovitis and what influence was there?

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If they had such a great influence, imagine their teacher.

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It seemed early it seemed that women boubakeur either man or whether in Jaga, Jaga, magnetar, or name talakad.

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On one side, you have Abu Bakr on one side you have ExIm tally exempt on one side you have ally. On the other side, you have among Abubaker either have mono, then on one side, you have a MOBA, kind of on the other side, you have worth money. Imagine the gathering with these four giants.

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Big pillars sitting there, in Jebel Maga double matado Now imagine you're looking at this beautiful sky. With these beautiful shining stars, gentlemen thought it was like a shining star. Now you're looking at the skies and you're looking at you're looking at the sky and amazement of the stars mandava God,

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all of a sudden the whole moon appears.

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You were just sitting there saying that he meant because it is amazing.

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Now imagine

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the amount of designing ceases to exist in turns into dust. When the newer of the Prophet of Allah shines on this earth.

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And everyone that followed that tradition before and after.

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This is the person that we gain. We came here and they gathered to speak about follow us on a low on a Muslim. The method Fe acquired autonomy via Celebi.

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Everything that we know about education, in terms of how it should be conducted with perfection was gathered together for what to do methodology in order to tally everything gathered together in his being our instructor Sarah

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and Nicola telecoil, was really well as our limited Elijah who taught you how to what, to what John

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this all embracing perfection puzzle the loss of a loved one is that an entrant has various teaching methods to the maximum his own personality has received the highest most magnificent, unique praise and is fully emphasized by Allah Tada, you are certainly on an exalted standard of character.

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It is not surprising therefore that he had so many mobile teaching methods. Is there any teacher apart from from him from this Noble Messenger so why Salam and great prophet who had

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When such a great impact on humanity, and whose religion and chimney people embrace despite their various convictions, and languages, they further accepted Him as their guide and exemplary model in all aspects of life.

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With these few words, I decided to conclude the teaching methods on those who have lost on the phone.

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I placed the pure seal of muscle to preview the previous stages so that the methods came to 240 in number, and all and all praises due to Allah the Savior of the world. And with that, we complete the 40th chapter. The author then shares a few closing remarks as he finished the book off. Yes, these are a selection of examples of muscle the loss of a loved one he was teaching methods, by means of which he guided mankind. There they are accordingly, not an exhaustive list, as it was not my main aim to mention all undoubtedly, one who researches and studies the hadith of those who have lost a lot of money will send him in his normal biography will come across many more methods than those

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mentioned. It was not my maiden name to mention all i sufficed with those that I came across by pure coincidence in the course of my reading studies, in hopes of receiving inspiration from a lot that had to do good and develop sincerity and receive the intercession of the leader of humanity. Muhammad SAW Allah Allah, I ask Allah to Allah to be pleased with this effort.

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And to grant me the noble opportunity of being able to follow the Sunnah also the last thing

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I asked him to be pleased with his noble Sahaba and those who follow them in virtual until the Day of Resurrection, all praises you to law, the savior of the world's

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alone, we

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pray that Allah subhanaw taala because Baraka in what we studied, may allow us to act upon what we learned Allah subhanaw taala give the full reward to the author, and all those that were involved in preserving this knowledge for us to benefit Allah subhanho wa Taala allow our Ummah to grow as a community, in his obedience, that he draws close to him. May Allah subhanaw taala always keep us in these gatherings of knowledge. Pardon us, forgive us for our shortcomings. And may Allah subhana wa Tada allow us to seek this knowledge with others.

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And may He allow this knowledge to be a means of our salvation in the hereafter. Also the law of Potala syndrome Hamid, Hassan Rouhani.

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