Ramadan 2020 – Nightly Reminders #6
Channel: Ibraheem Menk
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Don’t always treat others as they treat you
Bismillah R Rahman Al Rahim in the story of Abel and Cain, Allah subhanho wa Taala says that have been told kabhi the best of Elijah yeah Kelly tempo to
be burned up, de la Cali Oppo to like, if you are to spread your hand in order to kill me, I am not going to spread my hand in order to kill you.
In the hall full LA, Bella me mean, indeed I feel Allah, Lord of the worlds, he gave him the reason why he didn't want to spread his hand in order to kill him off. Why? Because I fear Allah, Lord of the worlds, when someone has done something bad and evil to you. Try not to respond in kind, they've stolen something of yours. Don't go and steal from them. They've given you one clap, don't clap them back. Sometimes you have to, but in other cases you can avoid doing so walk away from the situation defuse it. Why? Because you believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala you have the fear of Allah subhana wa Taala. You want more from your alpha. So let it go and leave. Or at least don't respond in kind.
Someone swears you don't swear them back. I remember there was a story. I can't remember the details of it. But the basics of it was that someone swore another person and he says that I am swearing you so much that it will enter into the grave with you. And the response of the person who was being sworn was simple bulyanhulu magical cupboard, but it will enter with you into the grave, meaning it won't harm me in any way. I've remained silent. It won't harm me in any way. In fact, rather, he would be rewarded for his silence. So when someone swears you does something bad to you does something wrong to you restrain yourself, take it easy, and especially when it comes to the past and
whilst you are fasting, it is even more important to maintain that restraint and to not to respond in kind. May Allah subhanho wa Taala grant us the ability to restrain ourselves. I mean