Ibraheem Menk – Eid! Make it a good one

Ibraheem Menk
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the tie between fasting and death, and how one should avoid being rushed through life to avoid feeling satisfied. They suggest that people should avoid being rushed through life to achieve their goals and achieve their potential.
AI: Transcript ©
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but it is not for the one who just is looking forward to eating and enjoying. But it's for the one who really worshipped ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. And this is known as a good fit. And as we you know, I think we highlighted it previously, but

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I feel like the fasting day can be similar rised through your entire life. And if you look at how you deprived through this past from the time that you begin to the time that you and then when you end

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despite all the hunger and the thirst and everything, you now take that first sip of water, water and it goes down your throat, you actually feel that coolness spreading throughout your body and similarly, a person who fasts sorry a person who goes through life, he deprives himself throughout his life. And the day that he dies is actually the day that he is fertile, you know, his day of meeting with Allah subhanho wa Tada. And the Hadith ties in quite well to this way of sola sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tells us and it's the Saudi me for Hatton that the first fasting person has two points of happiness, for her to name the three of how to remain the local lamb that a

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happiness when he breaks his fast and a happiness when he meets his Lord. So what's the tie between the two? Perhaps if you look at it in that sense, in that light, then you could actually gather that when a person dies, they meet Allah subhanaw taala they're happy because they deprive themselves themselves throughout their life similarly to similar to a fasting person who's deprived himself from water, drink and desires throughout the day.

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