Hussain Kamani – Time

Hussain Kamani
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of taking care of oneself and avoiding fear. They emphasize the need to learn to use the present and not hesitate to take risks. The importance of finding love for oneself and finding a way to achieve change in one's life is emphasized. The segment also touches on various topics related to COVID-19, including the importance of pandemic rules and campaigns, and mentions a campaign called " hungover on" to encourage people to participate in.
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if you ever watch a horse race

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you'll notice that sometimes the race starts off in the writer in the horseman

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takes off with such speed

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that you think to yourself that there is no chance in the world that this person is going to lose because

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As the momentum they pick up at the beginning of the race, the energy they carry.

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But then what happens is that they use all of that energy in the first part of the race. And towards the end, they have no energy left at all, and the horse falls back.

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This is a example of a group of people from amongst us. We start off life with so much energy with so much positivity,

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great influence, great opportunity, reading Quran, praying our salah, doing our dhikr. So whenever we talk about good in our life, we constantly make reference to the past, that when we were young, we used to read Quran every day, when we were young, our father used to make us sit down before if thought and we would make dua. When we were young, we used to pray Salah in the masjid, when we were young, we would listen to the gym, our football attentively, when we were young, our parents used to make us give sadaqa. So this constant reference of the past when we were when we were when we were, but this horse unfortunately has gone dry and has no juice left. That's why this person actually has

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little to nothing to talk about today. And it's fearful for tomorrow.

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On the other hand, you have another person, the other horse that may start off slow with a steady pace. But gradually when the time is right, this person uses the energy they've stored, and all of that positivity that they have in the reserves, and they really just take off. And this is an example of a second group of people from amongst us, people who probably didn't have all of the great positive influence that others may have when they were children. Maybe they grew up in a community where there wasn't a masjid. Or maybe there was a masjid, but there wasn't any man. Or maybe there was an imam but their parents weren't, weren't pious or righteous people or religious

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centered or focus where they didn't bring their kids to the masjid didn't teach them how to read the Quran didn't teach them salah, these were people who constantly lost out, they lost out they lost out when they were young. But then Allah subhanahu wa taala gave them an opportunity, an opportunity for change. And what they did was they took that opportunity, and they ran with it. And they continue to do good, they continue to do good, until the day they pass away. So these people may not have a glorious past to boast over, but they're very content with their present and optimistic of the future that lies ahead of them. This second group, many of the Sahaba of the one Allahu Allah

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Mazmanian were from this group. When they would remember their past they were talking about the days of Jai Helia, where there wasn't much to boast over. But when they talked about the present, and when they hope for the future, they have the greatest dreams, because they understood the moment that needed to be given the attention was the moment you lived in. The moment you need to prepare for is the next moment that Allah subhanahu wa taala may give you capturing what you have today is something most of us aren't good at. We're only good at living the moment, maybe taking a few pictures of it, capturing it through a lens. But in our heart, we're empty of what that moment

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actually means. So what happens is, once it passes by, we then reflect over it and say, Oh man, the month of Ramadan was there only if I had done XY and Z more. You know, when my parents were alive only if I had done so much more for them. But when they're gone, and you're carrying them on your shoulder to the graveyard, and you have to lower your own father into the grave and poor soil on his body. I kid you not that your heart will cry and tear into pieces only if you can embrace him one more time. But once the blessing is gone, it doesn't come back. That's the principle of time. Once it passes by, you cannot return back to it. You have to learn to utilize the moment that you have.

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And this Allah this is what Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions in surah Allah azza wa jal also the internal inside and if you hustle, taking taking an oath by time Allah subhana wa Tada takes an oath by time and says mankind isn't lost when it comes to time. We don't utilize what we have. We just let it pass by. And we keep thinking tomorrow, tomorrow tomorrow, but nobody knows if tomorrow will come. There are many of us sitting here who've lost family members in this Ramadan. We know that's true. Because we've messaged our Imams saying that so and so friends so on So family member so on. So relative has passed away, they left the world and one day very soon once our eyes closed and our

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heart stops beating someone else is going to send that text message to the Imam and our name is going to be in that message. Utilizing what you have today. Do good deeds while you have the opportunity today. Even though your ego your knifes your lower soul will want you not to do it because it constantly wants you to be lazy and pulls you back. Leave it alone you

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Are young Why do you need to do any better today? You're not old, those that are old you think to yourself that you know what Allah subhanahu wa Tada will have mercy upon me forget it, move on, forget it move on. You're You're nuts once you to be lazy and once you to step back from opportunity, but the problem is that if you step back, you're never sure if the opportunity will ever come again or not.

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When I was young, I used to live in a small town in Kentucky. Our Town was called Elizabeth town, Elizabeth town, Kentucky that was a town that I lived in.

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And in our town, we didn't have opportunities for eating halal. So there wasn't there weren't any Halal restaurants. But aside from that, we also didn't have any halal meat. So the Muslims there if they wanted to eat halal meat, they would send one person on behalf of the community, to Ohio sometimes sometimes to Indiana, Indiana, and they would go there, slaughter a few animals, load them into the truck and bring them back and distribute the meat in the community. So every month or every other month, there will be someone else's turn to make that drive.

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I was visiting home from Mother Teresa site came from my holidays. And it was the Imams turn to drive out to Ohio to pick up the meeting. He was going to make the drive alone he came to me and said well, you're not doing anything. You're on holiday. Why don't you come with me? So I said okay, I got ready. I jumped in with him. We were going for a road trip.

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Back in the day we used to have these TDK cassettes. If you remember 60 minute 90 minute cassettes.

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I loaded one in my pocket and I said in case the conversation with a mom gets boring. I'll just pop one of these in and we'll listen to what's on the cassette. It was some poetry in order. So we started driving and as we were driving beautiful roads, we were driving through the the beautiful scenery of Kentucky if you guys have ever driven beautiful trees and mountains, we were enjoying the drive. And while we were driving at some point, we just stopped talking, we still had an hour left. So I pulled out the cassette and I popped it into the cassette player.

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And on the cassette, this person was reading some poetry with a very beautiful sweet voice. As he was reading the poetry the Imam next to me, who was our local Imam, he immediately pushed the eject button, pull the cassette out and said put this in your pocket. And he was laughing. So I said Sheikh Why are you laughing? He said this isn't no Islamic poetry. This is music. This is a Bollywood song. Someone just changed the words and a singing this Bollywood song with new words. So I still remember those words, but because it's such a mouthful of them, I won't repeat them.

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The obvious question that was in my mind, I asked him, I have to shift if this is a song, how do you know?

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Like, okay, other people know that it makes sense to you know, look at the size of your beard. You're not supposed to listen to songs. So he said something so profound.

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I may have heard this when I was, you know, not even 10 at the time. But it was so profound what he said that by Allah till today, I still think of that. I'm thinking of our time when we were driving and I remember that conversation we had. He said,

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Hussein, listen very carefully. Every person has a past. Only the smart and intelligent people know when it's time to move forward.

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His words were so deep, because in my mind, I always thought the friends of Allah were born from their mother's wounds, with a turban on their head, with on their wrists with the miswak behind their ear and with leather socks on. We always thought the pious people were born pious. For some reason, it never hit me that every human being has the opportunity to become a friend of Allah subhanaw taala regardless of your paths, no matter how dark it is, no matter how many times you've messed up. And the hadith of Buhari is so, so clear on this issue, where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam talks about the man who killed 100 people. You guys remember that narration? The

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man who killed 100 people. I mean, think about that. 100 people he killed, but ultimately because of his Toba because of his desire to make change, because he was in the process of making change, leaving his back, leaving his history leaving his negative influences walking toward the positive life and on his way to making change. He didn't even make the change by the way, he was on the way to make the change. And on the way to that city he passed away. The angels came to take a soul and ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada commanded the angels of mercy to take his soul because he was on the way to make change. If you want yourself to become a better person, it all starts off with you believing in

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yourself believing that you are already a Friend of Allah subhanahu wa Tada regardless of your deeds, regardless of what the community thinks of you, regardless of your dark moments that shaytaan has taken advantage over you. Remember that the fact that you believe in Allah subhanahu wa taala Allah subhanahu wa taala says regarding you in the Quran, Allah Who will you Allah

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In an up to one minute video Mattila new, while Latina Cafaro Alia okumoto What you do in our home in annuity, he loves vumat that Allah subhanahu wa taala is the intimate close friends of those who believe Had Allah subhanahu wa Tada not been your friend telling me what your Allah give you the ability to come to the masjid. Do you think Allah subhanahu wa taala had nothing to do with you coming to July? Do you think Allah subhanaw taala had nothing to do with you taking the seat in the exact place where you're sitting right now? Do you think Allah subhanahu wa taala has nothing to do with you listening to what you're listening to right now with the thoughts that are roaming in your

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mind and the feelings that are stirring in your heart. Allah subhanahu wa taala is allowing this Allah subhanho wa Taala yet again, is giving you an eye an opportunity to make that change. That change will only come if you desire it. The Quran speaks very clearly in Hola Hola, Yo Ma, hatha yoga you know the unfussy him, change will not come until you want it. You have to desire it. Know that without change, there is no hope for you and I in the hereafter. If we were to present ourself in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala the exact way we are today, only Allah knows what our fate will be in the hereafter. We want the pleasure of Allah subhanho wa Taala we want Allah subhanahu wa

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taala to be pleased with us when we stand in front of him on the day of judgment, all your moments in your life that you live, prepare you for the ultimate moment of your life and that's the moment right before you leave the moment before you die. It's a summary of your entire life. And this is the reason why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said mankind, Allah Mihaela Allah, the hunted Jana, whoever others as their last statement before they depart this road, La ilaha illa Allah, they will go to Jana, because only that person can say La Ilaha illa Allah before they pass, who spent their life thinking reflecting remembering La ilaha IL Allah living their life by La ilaha IL Allah,

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I had a friend who was a physician in a Muslim country, he said in a hospital 60% of my Muslim patients will die without reading the shahada 60% of them, you will think to yourself that these people would definitely die with the shahada before they passed away, but they were deprived. Some of them while they were dying, they were singing a song. For others. They were talking about a debt that someone owed them someone they were dying, they were cursing a family member who ruin their life at some point. They just weren't focused enough. The priority wasn't living your life for the sake of Allah subhanahu wa Tada and when you make that your concern, Allah subhanahu wa Tada will

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always give you that ending, as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says in the Malama noble kava team, that actions are based off the ending the way the book ends, the way your life ends will be how Allah subhanahu wa Tada will judge the rest of your life, the way you leave this world. That's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and one dua he used to make Allahu Maija Alfredo. Alfredo who were Hydra Amelie, how ottima who will hire a yummy Yama Alka coffee here a banal Amin, oh Allah make the last part of my life the best part of my life. Y'all Allah make the most sincere and most accepted action of my life to action that I do, as I leave this world, the last action that

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I do, and yet Allah make the most pleasurable and honorable day. Today I stand in your presence, or hamara mean, prepare for those moments. There were scholars that came before there were people that came before, who spent and reflected over their passing from this road and transitioning to the next. We spend so much time talking about our next house that we're going to move in with our spouses. We spend so much time talking with our friends about the next car or the car that we're driving right now. Because this is the sum of our life now our house in our car, what amenities we have in our house, what neighborhood we live in, how big the house is, how many rooms it has, how

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many square feet it is, these are things that matter to human beings, but I kid you not by Allah subhanahu Matata all of these details are meaningless.

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How many cameras you have in your house, how many heaters you have, how many windows you have? These are all things that are meaningless to Allah subhana wa Tada in Allah Allah. Allah sorry, Polycom Allah has no interest in your wealth. Your wealth is only interesting to someone who has greed for wealth, maybe another human being like me. But Allah subhanho wa Taala is honey he doesn't need wealth. Wealth doesn't tempt Allah subhanho wa Taala Lahoma fatty for some Allah He has the keys to the earth and the heavens and who McCauley the Sinatra and he has all the treasures that belong to Him. So how can you tempt someone with treasures who orig who gives birth like the origins of these

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treasures come from Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah subhanahu wa taala is interested in what that can young through Allah puluh become in your hearts

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Allah is interested in the state of your heart. Does it have greed? Does it have jealousy? Does it have animosity? Does your heart have sincerity? Do you feel pain? When someone tells you that there's another Muslim that's hurt? Does your heart feel it? When someone tells you there's another human being that's being oppressed? Does your heart feel it? Or does your heart only feel it if that person is your family member? What's the state of your heart? Well, I'm Malika and what are the state of your deeds? Are you a foreigner when it comes to your deeds? On automata the hola Juan as Imam Rahmatullahi Allah narrates in his history and history work I will be thy when you hire.

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He calls from Ahmed Venkateshwara the hola Juan there are some people standing so let's move in inshallah. I'm sure there are more people coming in. If you have any gaps your site please fill them in. Any gaps your sides anywhere everyone just move forward sisters to please move forward so we can make space for those who are running a little late.

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Mmm Nicosia, Rahmatullah Haley and Eretz in his lb Daya when they hire a very interesting and beautiful story from Ahmed bin Tabata the Allah one Amato, the Allah one was performing Hajj, and after he this is during his Khilafah while he was the Khalifa. He's performing Hajj, and after performing Hajj, it's time for him to return back to Madina. Munawwara Why is his while he's returning back to Madina, Munawwara he passes by this valley called why the budget none. And when he passes by that valley, he stops there and he starts crying. He cries profusely he cries and cries and cries one of the servants that wasn't there but nearby, he said to I'm gonna stop my kick one to

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Ameerul Momineen Why are you crying? You're the leader of the believers, what brings tears to your eyes. So I'm going to the hola Juan says come to Aurora, even Alpha Bob wacana Roger and thunder hollyburn you to Eboni either. I mean, while you're very Boonie that assert that I used to graze the camels for for hardtop was his father. I used to graze camels from the top. And I would bring the animals to this very same land this very same valley. And my father used to make me work very hard used to even either I mean, he was always hard on me whenever I worked for him. We have a newborn either or something every time I failed him. He would beat me up. In one narration. He says that I

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brought the animals here and I let them loose. And I was tired. So you see that tree there underneath that tree? I lie down and I fell asleep. My father was waiting for me to return I didn't return. So he came to search for me. He found me here. He broke a brand from this tree and he beat me read. He kept beating me kept beating me. And he said every time my father would hit me he would say oh my god, what future will you have? You can't even take care of animals. What are you going to do with your life? Then on mobile photography, Allah Juan started crying. And he said that's what a lot was a man who couldn't even take care of animals. But today but today I stand on the earth and

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there is no one between myself and Allah subhanahu wa Tada. That's the MACOM that Allah has always emceed me. This change occurred because he found that opportunity, and he made something out of it. Today we are in Ramadan. Today we have an opportunity to raise your hands and crying from Allah subhanahu wa Tada. It's not that Allah subhanahu wa taala is not there to listen to your Diwas outside Ramadan. But in Ramadan, there's something very special. The mercy that comes in Ramadan cannot be matched outside Ramadan, just as the DUA made in your local Masjid. You cannot compare that GLAAD to the DUA you make maybe in the haram to die in the Haram is of a whole different

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nature. When you're standing in front of the Kaaba, you have the world around you doing Koloff every one of them is raising their hand reaching for the sincerest and deepest point of their heart, crying in front of Allah, think of the flood of mercy, the Mercy of Allah subhanaw taala that's encompassing, that that city, that community of people that group that masjid, the flood of Allah subhanaw taala has mercy that's just wiping everyone sends away. Similarly when it comes to Ramadan, the Muslim ummah is making dua to Allah subhana wa Tada. There is not a month in the year that that mercy comes to the world like the month of Ramadan. A very special opportunity for you. People they

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say that I you know, five Ramadan is half past 10 Ramadan has passed and nothing has changed. I've gone for Hajj 15 times some people they go for Hajj, like every year, and that person even after going for Hajj. 15 times hasn't changed at all for them going to hide is like going to the mall. They're just doing it because they have to, or they do it because it's routine or habit. They have extra money and I'm just gonna go so some people they go for Hajj doesn't change them. They fast doesn't change them. They come to the masjid but it doesn't change them because their interaction with Hajj with Ramadan with going to the masjid with even reading the Quran is very superficial.

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It's rich, ritualistic where you just do it because you're supposed to do it. You bow up and down without having any idea what you're actually doing. That reflection that thought that love that's supposed to be in your heart in this way.

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I'm Yvonne if there's one thing that I can encourage you to search for, is go deep into your heart and search for the love of Allah has also said Allahu alayhi wa sallam.

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love Allah find that love. And when you find that love, raise your hands in front of Allah and say Ya Allah, it's taken me too long to find the small little door that was tucked away inside my heart. Now that I found it, I open it. Yeah, Allah never, ever let it close again. Ask a person who's cried in the love of Allah subhanahu wa Tada. They'll tell you that those tears have no pain, no agony, they only have joy. They only liberate you, they only free you. Try to connect yourself with your Creator. Look, man, the wife said to his son, that if you have all of the treasures of this world, but you don't have the love of Allah subhanahu Matana you haven't tasted the sweetness of the tears

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that come out of the eye out of the love of Allah subhanahu wa taala he said to his son, you've taken nothing from this world. But if the only thing you've taken from this world is a love of Allah and nothing else from its pleasures than know that you've taken everything from this world, make this Ramadan Ramadan of connecting with Allah subhanho wa Taala find that moment. Allah subhanahu wa taala ALLAH, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada has already announced his friendship for you. He's already announced his love for you. And if you haven't heard it, it's in the Quran. Allah subhanahu wa taala has already opened the gates agenda for you. If you don't believe it, go read the Hadith of the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam your Lord's love for you is such that he closed the doors of the fire of * for you. And that's how much Allah subhanahu wa Tada loves you. Now it's just time that we turn back to Allah subhanho wa Taala and we accept Yeah, Allah, it took me long. Allah subhanahu wa Tada says in the Quran. Yeah, you hold in son. Malhotra Caputo.

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Oh, in son. What took you so long? What took you so long? Didn't give you everything you wanted. But you continue to ignore you continue to turn away. Your Lord was waiting for you to come. Your Lord was waiting for you to ask for him to test your love for him. The doors of gender are always open for you I create agenda for you. Allah subhanho wa Taala has announced his love for you. Now in this Ramadan. In this Ramadan, I call to all the brothers and sisters. Build your bond with Allah subhanahu wa Tada. Read the Quran and find your Lord's love there. And once you find that love for Allah, I kid you not. The next search that you perform your performed will be your marriage, you'll

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feel your spiritual elevation. But a bada without love is nothing more than a burden. Once you install that love into place, a bond that is no longer a burden on you. It becomes meaningful. Your worship becomes a desire. How is it I think about this all the time

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that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Sahaba would wake up for the 100 salah. No alarm clocks. The animals are asleep. The human beings are asleep. How do you wake up every day with with Tao Amma consistently without an alarm clock? How do you do that?

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And the only answer is that these people, they have a love for it. They had a desire for it. They look forward to it. Like a person who has a nominal flight the next morning at 6am. They don't need an alarm clock to wake them up. They'll wake up every 15 minutes and ask your spouse is it time to go is it time to go? Is it time to go? And I shadow the Allahu Allah says that one night the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam kept asking me this question, is it time for the 100 Is it time for the 100 until the night passed by neither he or I neither of us slept just in anticipation and waiting for the 100 Salah. So we pray that Allah subhanahu wa taala makes us Ramadan, a special Ramadan

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Ramadan where we reflect our Amman where we find that opportunity of change and we maximise on that opportunity. Our Ramadan are where we find the love of Allah and as an associate Allahu alayhi wa sallam in our heart and we are test the love. We live by the love and Allah subhanho wa Taala resurrects us in the day of judgment in the in the in the group of his beloved ones are set Allahu Allah Allah Allah Sidra Muhammad

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah stuffy.

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Santa Monica Lebra cancel.

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Beloved respected brothers and sisters if you can just give me exactly five minutes inshallah

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I hope first that everyone is enjoying the month of Ramadan and ask Allah subhanaw taala to accept from all of us Inshallah, I mean, you're behind me. As you see my brothers and sisters.

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The Masjid is handleable Eileen is expanding, and we have a lot of expenses that come with this task. And, and a lot of that, I mean, two years ago, we came up with a campaign called 313. In this campaign, we asked 313 people to participate in a recurring payment and every month and handler behind me has been taking care of many bills, but our bills are getting higher and higher. The security by itself is costing us tons of money. And there's a electricity expenses and there's water expenses, and there's many expenses to keep this this Masjid running. So inshallah Tada just like the 313 Sahaba saved the deen with the help of Allah subhanaw taala we also want 313 people to

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participate keep this month keep this Masjid operating. So inshallah Allah I'm going to ask few people to who would like to give us $250 per month on a recurring basis. Just few brothers in sha Allah, Allah Allah and sisters please $250 Just a couple of brothers every month you get it in sha Allah to Allah and you help participate in operating this Masjid in sha Allah Tala $250 a month.

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One brother, two brothers.

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Anyone? This is our Masjid. Yeah, one. This is our Masjid. We have to help keep it moving. And all this stuff that we are enjoying. Unfortunately, it's not free. It costs money. $250 a month.

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Okay, I don't want to take a long time. Let's do $100 Only $100 a month. Come on, brothers. Raise your hands. $100 Yvonne baccala.

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Brother, economics right there. Raise your hand with $100 a month. Yeah, one, but a couple of Exactly. Exactly. $100 a month. PCB law here. This is our message if we don't do it, who's going to do it? My sisters, please. $100 a month? Yes. $100 a month. feasable Allah, Allah

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$100 a month. Brothers, the newcomers to the masjid.

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We are You're very welcome. And we would love you also to participate in everything just like you are participating in the events. Please also participate in the expenses. Brothers in the back even though I can see you please raise your hands and and be honored to be a part of running the Masjid. Everything in sha Allah to Allah and this month is multiplied $100 a month.

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$100 a month please raise your hand. Your layer one sisters. Do not hesitate $100 a month. The chef just recited what a laser incentive Illamasqua Subhanallah when you only get what you give what you do, and this is the chance for us to do something. He said Biella $100 One more person. Just one.

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Anybody? Better philosophy brother he has.

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Okay $50 A month f1 Masha Allah Allah Subhana Allah Tala and 50,000 Pika young, our young youth $50 a month. Yeah, for what especially that is going to do to you. We spend it on gas and we spend it on coffee $50 a month that will give us $600 $50 A month Yusuf Allahu Akbar $50 A month our youth Elia Chabad. $50

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better color thick brother with the green sound $50 A month.

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Brothers in the back please participate $50 A month Yeah, one $50 dollar something a day. piece of it to your Masjid. That water that you're using when you make will do the electricity, their condition, the cleaning that you come and see all the time, the security outside all day long that protecting our health students every single day they are spending $50 A month tobacco and I don't want to take you any longer. Please do not leave without participating in any amount, any amount, whatever you can afford. 20 3050 whatever you can afford, but please be a part of epic zanla Head over to philosophy comm or Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah


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