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It is the 24th night of Ramadan Alhamdulillah and these three stooges are in Antarctica in an undisclosed location somewhere in the southern tip of Africa and it is our 10th episode of Ramadan Africa. So Alhamdulillah we are happy to be with you this evening inshallah dalla
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that you mentioned before it was the Battle of the Confederates, all those cofiring Quraysh gathering together against the Muslims who was behind Allah speaks about the the harm that they tried to cause Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam and the great punishment that Allah has in store for them. They have the sudo Saba
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O believers. have Taqwa of Allah. Be conscious of him. Be wary of him. Know that he's watching you know that he is what you say.
And speak a straight word.
And Don't beat around the bush. Speaker straight word. Speaker slate would mean speak the truth. Speak clearly.
Man please stop playing with a mic sorry. So I like so you can do what you want to see that's not a straight word. I spoke is the right word
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a colo Colin said EDA speakers try to at Nam. It's recited in hood Botanica and it's recited in various kutub as well. I think it's a it's it's such a simple thing. But that's one of the characteristics of Jenna is that you won't hear
lattice malfi her love well.
You won't hear in it level law who is like nonsense talk. But what's that is Elfman nonsense. Well, just once again, nonsense talk isn't like joking about that's not what we mean by nonsense talk. Nonsense talk means like nobody is pulling the wool over anybody else's eyes. Nobody's deceiving Anybody else? Nobody is no there's no politicians in general. It's it's just the
right word. I'm not saying these no politician is going to Jenna. I mean, nobody will be politicians in general has no politics. Okay? She couldn't that's a very important clarification. I didn't mean no politicians again to Jenna.
Lenders. I mean, nope. Nobody will be a politician by way of using that type of tactics in general. So, imagine how amazing is this quality of speaking straight word? If Allah Subhana Allah has earmarked it as one of the key characteristics of Jenna you know
and then if you speak is the right word. If you speak with a consciousness of Allah Subhana dalyan you speak up right and you you know you clear about things man number one the world will be a much better place and number two, your sleep them are Malcolm a load data will it form your deeds to allow bring your your deeds right you struggling with Salah a little bit in your salad you struggling with? With your deen you struggling with your dunya Allah will bring your deeds right or your Villa come then the Nova come and he will forgive you of your sins. And while miyota illa Rasulullah who and whosoever obeys Allah and His Messenger for codifies 1000 or vema, then that
person has attained through success. The definition of success is throughout the code and this is often it. You know the one who the one who
obeys Allah and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam through sex He is the one who goes straight to Jana and never invest Indian to Johanna, through success. If you ask us in the dunya, what is success? First and foremost is going to be about a lot of money.
But yeah, the key lesson for me in this is, you know, how many of our issues whether it be in family, our personalized our relationships, our workplace, our environment, how many problems don't originate from one thing and that is poor communication skills. anatomy people not speaking a straight to it. And maybe like, like, if you come late, I'll tell you my broom. mctd because you can relate and you'll know it. Right. But if if I don't do that, and I thought, you know, I'd rather harbor something in my apartment. Now every time I seem now something comes up, you know, the other day.
but then I told him, but you don't know. When when he gets upset. He tells you look, I'm upset. So now you know okay to get upset. Just nice. By the way.
Not a lot of people like that. But
I understand that. And what happens is also, I actually appreciate it. So I know, okay, look, you're currently in a better space. So we'll
be able to stop that, like we recovered. And then after a while, now we can make, you know, make jokes because a lot of times if you don't understand the state, the you don't understand the state the next person is in
then your words no matter what context you bringing it from, it's received in a different context now. So when it comes to effective communication, context is important, not just in the way you say, saying those words, but how what is the context of the space that words is going to be received? In other thing, for example, one is to tell his wife, I love you, right?
Maybe after, you know, a long day of work, they said, Now the first thing they see one another and is looking at love human, right, as opposed to, you know, something happens or something goes wrong, and she's a bit upset. And I say, look, I love you. Now's it don't just come say,
you know, because the Oh, the same word, coming from maybe the same place. But the context in which it's being received is something to take into into consideration. So in terms of that, verse kulu, colons, herida, like clarity min Luka right now, and this is actually advice I give, you know, young couples may be very clear of your obvious statement, are you feeling and actually communicated in a positive way, man, like, people are like, the wait for the time when they might say, Just leave me alone. Me. But I'm saying before you got to that point. boils. Yeah, before you got to that point. You said, Okay. I just need some time quickly. Allow me a couple of minutes. You know, okay, I'll
come inside. And I'll do this. I'll do so so in terms of the speaking straight word, I think you're so hung up. There's so much especially for relationships, men, you know, you just said early on that people don't like that about me. And that's also another thing men many a time we we hold back off speaking the straight word because you don't want to be the outcast or you don't want to put people off and you know, you thinking about perhaps future bridges that can still be kept. So little merata just keep my mouth now and not say anything? Yeah, because it's gonna, like upset the applecart now, you know, so I don't speak that's the right word. And I will rather now all but admit, yeah, you
thinking more of the other person rather than that situation itself. But and you know, what miscommunication is, can be prevented so easily. But like, if you take, I'm just thinking about one scenario and the millions. So one scenario is, I'm the manager, right? And let's say you're working and I'm your supervisor. So I give you a task to do and ask you listen, I need this to be done by Friday morning, that is, now at that time, you really know, you're not really going to be able to do it, because you've got this thing on, you've got that deadline and I gave you this yesterday. And you know, that kind of thing is happening. But now you don't want to upset me by telling me I don't
think I'll be able to do it. Yeah. Now you'd rather keep quiet until Friday morning comes Yeah. And then I come to you
with the thing and you say but you know I couldn't because now the problem is is Yeah, now the problem is accentuated Yeah. Because brother You could have told me that and I told you you know that this and that and that's just gonna happen I could have taken other measures for it I could have put in provisions in place but now you missed it up so much more just because you saved face for that brief moment at that time and that's just one example of how not speaking a straight word is disaster and also speaking as be speaking yesterday to word doesn't necessarily mean you lose respect like we talking about you now that you communicated other cue but upsetting whatever but
it's communicate this respectful human look here we go on a little bit and whatever but I mean, that was that was offline what I'm referring to but you just just said look, I'm actually upset me like 15 minutes later he was sitting there eating whatever I mean, everything was okay again, whatever. But the point is that when you communicate in your state, you can still do it in a respectful manner to say look here How can I even example you mentioned other managers situation right to simply say look here I'm currently with everything happening you know, like this is saying
communication is odd. being quiet is also hard
so either way it's going to feel like that. Okay, you know what he did from the onset? Oh my god, you know, so what do I do now? Okay, keep quiet that's gonna be all the beauty later on Yeah, communicating those odd look Yeah. But But the difference being is that if you choose the heart of communication now then you have divine assistance because a lie saying useless alaikum Allah.
Allah is saying you will bring your matters reitman you know, so it's almost like you is it then to speak is the right word. Because you're not confident in yourself. You scared you don't want to upset the boat. That didn't happen. Yes, exactly. But yeah, you have Allah telling you at a rally to this man because I will help you least likely
Let's Get Real now how much how many how many times did everybody not hear this? I didn't want to say anything because I thought this was gonna happen but if all of us know we've heard that so much times had you said something
you know it was like well I just looking through the comments here is very funny ones and when when he has ladies teaching in university
if this is true, we asked him You just told me something about myself.
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they could have seen it through the camera of the conversations that are critical or defined as having high emotions and high consequence and they should be the ones that have his straight tongue more specifically and that should be recognized first and foremost. rather see Raja is it the Regal regal regal see Raj Masha Allah but all the old school stuff we do Yeah, but What rubbish said oh and eco Oh rubbish Rockley Oh, I didn't quite get
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we made music how does how does subtlety come into saying a straight word we did it before before we said let's rigidly split up this straightaway they were what's the Salah
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Allah we must do
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I just easy Okay, I'm gonna meet you so long are you get that so did what do you think? What was tokina? No, no, I was the question about how does subtlety tie into
speaking history to it? I mean sometimes in when you get a bit older and then you know we will use you the that's the child and the people big people is having conversation. This is a just go look ugly this letters in the litter box.
And I actually did that
come back at mommy there's no latest. Okay, good. Just go look again, maybe check the wrong letterbox and only afterwards I came to find out Oh, they actually wanted to have a big people conversation. And they were just being subtle about wikia. Please vacate the Spaceman today you'll find that like big people, they don't understand you know certain themes of subtlety, etc etc. Look, I think it's important this is a chance for for learning right? So, never should we if we take one idea or one Hadith in isolation and apply and try to apply that to every situation almost definitely so the prophets ism he also to test to speak to people at the level of the intellect and and the
Quran and the Sunnah also teaches us to
use hikmah right to the LSB layer of deca be like material no worry that it has an understanding. So you have to you have to apply the correct the correct advice, the great instruction for this specific situation. And these some intuition into which one you should apply. But more importantly, your like privacy Rogers thing this is like when the serious matters at enman. You know, I'm thinking about the example of Russell last when when his wife eat the the plate, the plate the food, and then the plate fell in whatever interview mahasaya smile. So he is not you know, it wasn't the place for like straight work. Everybody knew what they're putting everybody knew what is right.
Everybody knew what his Rog he saw he loved his family goes down and starts to clean up pickups. So there's times where you might say nothing at all. And, you know, we learn and again, this is again, a reminder for me to reconnect myself to the sunova suasana because I'll see the practical application of all these things. We can discuss it here it comes up universe aku concept, if you want to see it in action, get into a life of resources.
And another thing that you should take from that is like don't don't try to deceive people, man. You know, these mini concepts like for example, the idea of selling something food suits, right? There's nothing like that in Islam. I can sell you a car and they deny you taking in as ease. That's not how it works. Am I supposed to tell you, this is my price with a call. It's 50,000 the net however the call was in an accident I had this fixed that that fixed. This could possibly go wrong. Oh
And the breaks is waiting out, you know, you're going to need new pets. That's how we supposed to sell something in Islam. And that's just one example men of our something will come out. Often what we do is we diverse our Islam from our business dealings and our social interactions and so on. And then as a consequence, you know, you think you're biased in the masjid, but at business, you will employ any tactics, man. And as a consequence, you end up bringing so many satanic elements into your life, because the way we conduct our economic transactions, our business dealings is a pivotal part of what makes our servitude Allah subhanho wa Taala. It is part of our fifth as much as Salah
as part of our family, it is also part of our field. Let's see mowlana are you doing? Sir? I want to sound better? Yes. Much
political of ego when you want to do Did you know Korea Korea, Tokyo. Yeah, maybe knows what you're talking, I just came into the tell the interview conversation, you know, we were speaking about, you should identify faults in things when you sell them to people, you know, personally, I've had some bad experiences in my life, like transacting with Muslims, especially, absolutely God, man. And it's a very, very, very bad, it's a very bad impression to have, especially like, you know, from our perspective, when you're engaging in a trade.
If you don't notify somebody of of
faults that are present in the item at the time that you sell it to them, then they actually have the right to cancel that transaction. Right. Absolutely. Absolutely. And that's our problem is we don't we don't even know these rules about our fitment like most people, the my daddy's in the afternoon, take you up through the five pillars of Islam and based, right as far as fic is concerned, most people don't even know like the BB have more ml that exists in the books. And unfortunately, that is the case because in reality, the the so many, you know, things that we use on literally a daily basis, like
a simple contract of buying and selling these rules and regulations were that as simple. You know, I implore you in our contract you to work for me and provide a certain service these rules and regulations forward buying you sarcocystis on a Sunday, somebody pre orders from you these rules and regulations, you know, for every, every single type of economic transactions, and all of it
all of it can find some sort of instruction from Lacuna Coil and sadita. Because that's, that's one thing that Islamic economics is based upon is clarity, mean, absolute clarity. You can buy a lucky packet, for example, that's technically problematic, because it's not clear what's inside. You know, I can't sell you, I've got something in my bag. You're gonna buy this, this what's in my bag? You know, you can just have it for 500 a day. That's fine. Yeah, you see. So you may think, Oh, it's something worthwhile, but that's not allowed because it's unknown. And within if you think about it, in that sense, like I don't want to get into this laser like if they can have like those containers
you can't you can't buy these a feeler is a way around it. But I don't want to get into that. And I don't want to get into also like the other stuff, but I need to mention it just to show you how far the rabbit hole goes. If you don't have clarity about what you're paying for the when you're paying for your insurance, what are you paying for?
You don't know. Think about it. You could be paying for the coverage of something you don't know what the value is going to be. Right? You could be getting much more than what you're giving so you don't know if it's gonna end up being Riba you don't also know you know, are you in Reno Are you going to lose so you're technically gambling also, all of those components are found in there. Now again, that's a very lengthy 50 discussion. But that's not the point. The point is just showing you how important the concept is of clarity straightforwardness when it comes to important matters. And indeed I mentioned insurance specifically there I think people should know that there are Sharia
compliant ways of ensuring things that are available in our market as well. Because I mean these things for in our life insurance is like kind of a necessity Yeah, like medical aid is an example. Medical is an example no even if you'd like to driving Uber and stuff like that you need to have
you need to have insurance oftentimes you have the option of doing so even if the isn't even like a need of yours that they share yes completely close to me.
I was actually just gonna say
when when Malaysia mentioned like the point of you know, the the clarity everything we do mean the point that's actually becoming very prevalent, you know, as I'm just listening to you guys, is that Islam vision there's nothing that Islam didn't cater for me. Like every area of your life. Don't worry min Allah subhanho wa Taala who created
They placed us on this dunya who ensured that the that, you know, I saw at the wizard planetarium I think it was that if this if the earth was just like one degree closer, right to to the sun Yeah, the all of the water on the surface of the Earth would evaporate. I mean if it was like just like, you know, I think it's one degree I'd not immediate exactly but like one sticky thing a big away all of the water on the surface of the Earth would have frozen. Right? And I was looking at the verse Now when you were when you were reciting yeah we Allah subhanaw taala says
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in Allah Usama. zula Allah subhanaw taala is the one who holds the whole of the heavens and the earth in placement all the time. So look at all of this the new place as the US little insignificant creation of Allah, right? That alosa speaking these verses here that you get a look at it, look into changes at any point in time, it's made you out nucleation wasting my time, whatever. The people who don't bring good coffee to ethic if they can just be
okay, so I will say inside joke. Anyway.
Allah subhanaw taala facilitate all this places as the gives us a religion, do you not think that Allah is going to cover every area of that every area of our existence, every sphere of our lives, personal lives business area, if you that mechanic that tells the person Yeah, I serviced your car, but he took a shortcut, he didn't change the spark plugs, we didn't actually change the oil, we only changed off of the oil, again, his stuff, you know, the stuff is so ubiquitous these days, it's everyone is doing it, it's all over the place that it's almost like acceptable. Understand that Allah,
I explained it as it is all over the place.
I see that Allah Subhana. Allah obviously knows what you're doing, and that he has an entire set of laws, that governs your business transactions that you are ignoring. It's like the person who refuses to make salad. It's like a person who refuses to make setup properly, because they don't want to go and learn about the Salau rules and regulations.
And it's not that hard to learn these things. It's not rocket science. It's just, unfortunately, a bit inaccessible for most people. But these days are hamdulillah they are more and more courses and you know, things available books that you can read, just equip yourself with the basics. Don't be that person who never asks about the bank account about the job, whether it's permissible or not.
About the company that they work for, and about, you know, the services that they provide, or they don't ask you about the investments that they have, that they that they're going to provide the risk for the children with, they don't ask about what's going to happen to the state when they die. And they don't ask if it's shediac compliant. They don't ask about whether the community of property marriage is a problem or not. They just don't care. They just don't ask they just live in oblivion and that is not I pray that that is not you inshallah, because you know, there's one thing to not know and there's another thing not even to be interested in knowing Oh, yeah, this doesn't work. No,
this doesn't work. Don't tell me that. I didn't know that. I'm not accountable. Don't tell me. I've seen that the bathrooms. Don't tell me the knives. You didn't know that? I'm fine. Really? Yeah, I've seen it a few times. Yes, you can I don't tell me that. I didn't know that. And then I'm alright. So to tie to tie in, and a verse that's actually in the sort of out there in the martial law. I mean, I body Allah only are not the people that know, they will be the ones that are able to feel and to have a an or, and a sense of Harsha a sense of fear, but not like bangu fear, like, you know, grandia sort of a mind statement, and the alama. So not Allah as we would know the meaning to
be the scholars, but people that are knowledgeable about Allah subhanaw taala, to then extend it a little bit further. All of these things that we're speaking about, are things that involve all of our own lives. Absolutely. I learned about it from the angle of Islam, and I see how Allah subhanaw taala advocated for all of those things to be fulfilled. And we don't need to steer away from those things that that is that we essentially want to do, you know, then then we will see the wisdom in Allah subhanaw taala, making those things and making the things permissible, and all those wisdom in making the other things impermissible. So now you have a knowledge about that. And now you can
realize the greatness of Allah, what's the Hadith that allowed all those things for us, man? What is that Hadith? Allah has mercy on the man on the seller and the buyer.
And the right the one that no No, no, just the seller, the seller and the buyer either.
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eBay humor. We're in katama workers, Baraka Dubai. It's like that it's not that one but it's as exactly the same meaning. So basically, Allah the Prophet system say that Allah blesses the bye
Any blesses the seller when they do the business with justice, and he curses the buyer and he curses the seller and you get you know, the the Baraka is removed from the transaction when they cheat one another. But it wasn't that one that one, obviously if it is more about like the buyer who pays more, and the seller who sells for less if you understand what the statement is like you go above and beyond, and it's not just all about businesses, all of that is an element of sadhaka is an element of social welfare and the that Allah Allah is a special mercy on this people. There are so many a hadith of this nature, you could be cleaning rewards in your daily life, because every
transaction that you do, there is a good deed that you make in here for you jump in a taxi, you pay the taxi driver, if you're doing that, because I'm doing it according to the laws of Islam, you could be doing exactly the same thing. But you now have the ability to know that you are living by Allah's law, and you can have that near and your taxi ride is a joy for you.
Anyway, that's my my life as a courier
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I'm actually thinking of replacing you with having that much brother because he's yet the magic.
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day without you But listen well.
So I'm thinking that our people die are people that mostly think you know, talking about, you know, the one who sells for But listen, the one who pays a bit more and so on. We often tie
money into the concept of risk,
like risk, and we restricted to money. Now what happens when you do with that? This is just my own perspective. And maybe you can just share your thoughts on this is that we now start to limit ourselves from Baraka from Baraka. Because a guy told me the other day very wealthy man, I was speaking to him. And I was just like irritatingly
what is life not evil. But now, the news telling me you see, always be looking at streams of income, right? And you creating multiple streams of income, but you have to make sure you create your streams of Baraka as well. Because income, wealth, anything without Baraka is essentially nothing and you will ever reach people running around like a zero, simply because the Baraka doesn't exist. And you'll never you'll you'll have more poor people, right? Well, even seemingly poor or whatever, that have much less, but have smiles of contentment, because Baraka is in every element. So, yeah, what are your thoughts?
Yeah, no, that's uh, I'm not sure exactly which verse we discussing. So yeah, like to keep it by kulu Colin sadita usili Kumar, mela Kumar, Killa cam de novo, we were talking about our straight word and
speak at free.
If you live life, you have less worries.
It's, it's a tough thing because your nafse universe is telling you but you can make so much more and you can you know, you can gain so much more and so on. But you just have to keep reminding yourself of this moment. This Allah says he already formed. so important. Rasulullah sauces in the Hadith. When Hashanah fillet salmon now we will teach us and you know, he's not from us.
If you want to have the sign of nifa in speaking entrails
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will not have a starting falsehood does not have a starting or any footing when you're eight and eat will not return. Call in banal to tell them if I go astray for in number of the lawn infc I go astray against the benefit of my own self for any day to and if I am able to take some guidance for Bheema up in a year or be that is of what had been inspired to me by my Lord in the house me on cloudy indeed he is all hearing he is most close he is all the way and that is Allah subhanaw taala.
Luckily, it's good and bad. But
like bed is always ascribed to ourselves. We will never speak about Allah that you know, Allah is the one that led me astray. Allah is the one that you know, yeah, that decreed my misguidance or Yeah, Allah Subhana Allah gives us the ability to choose. Although allied created all of those things, Allah gave us the ability to choose any knows essentially what our choices are.
But the good that we do, we would never attribute that good to ourselves that good comes to us via Allah subhanaw taala the abalone ash guru, that is a test to me every single thing and the good especially, it is a test, whether I will be thankful to him, or whether I will be ungrateful, whether I will reject and this believe in a woman checkout offer in them is good enough, see, whoever then brings about things and he does that. And he takes that thing in a way that is pleasing to Allah, that is for the benefit of his own self, woman Kapha and whoever the rejects whoever this believes in Allah, for in Nairobi, Ronnie Yun Karim, Allah is Jani Elise vidyalay self sufficient,
Allah doesn't need him to do those acts of piety to show his thankfulness. But yet Allah Subhana Allah Allah blesses us and guides us that we are able to do those acts of gratitude towards him.
So mahalo. Let's Yeah. datang tying it in here to the to the kulu colon sadita type thing
you know, when we when we grow a bit of Kahunas to do the right thing, man, maybe at that point we don't reach it means courage, courage, so you know you don't maybe think about it at that family show brother or you think or you think you're a feeler which dunk because I told so and so off, but okay and then you need to like console yourself because I will I did that I think it was good and so on. That is indeed the guidance of Allah subhanaw taala and that essentially maybe saying the right word will give us the strength to stand up to do the right action.
May Allah tala grant us it? I mean,
in fact, just the homeless No, Saudi just said another thing. Yeah, the we speak about kulu Colin seda the slate word and then Allah in the next passage, Allah says in a manner we presented this Amana the trust, which trust
Allah semi what he will, verbena Yasmina ha Ashoka minha harmala insaan alev add the stress notice Amana of
this Alaska bureau become this Amana of
admitting that Allah subhanaw taala is our ultimate creator are always our only creator and every other creation shied away from this Trashman. Every other creations shied away from declaring that particular fact. But we're harmala hell inside but mankind did not
clarify, it's like the trust was that to take allies out Rob with free choice. So we took on the responsibility of acknowledging that Allah is Arab, while still having and maintaining the free choice to choose whether to worship him or not, whether to serve him or not, that was the crux of the manner. So all of creation besides gene and human kind are only doing what they've been programmed by Allah to do they cannot do more they cannot do less they cannot refuse they cannot be lazy etc. They can only literally do what they like computers, right animals, the plant life the angels etc. But human kind and Jean gained we accepted the amount of free will we sit Okay, yeah, we
can deal with that. And at the same time, still acknowledging that Allah is our Rob and in this sense, we accepted that Amana the rest of the heavens and the earth night day everything in existence said no shall grant and in the description in Okinawa lumen Jolla. With this man this creation that existed this trust is volumi is oft oppressive, oppressive to himself, oppressor
To others oppressive to that creation that doesn't have a choice. Jehovah is ultimately ignorant is like an a supreme ignoramus. This is what his condition is, but yet he still chose that you will use the three will to choose to believe in Allah subhanaw taala to choose what is not the right here in front of him that he can't see. That is not tangible to him, even though that is sort of always created to believe and to take what is tangible behind Allah ajeeb
now, you, us I was I was actually saying something
that you know, we're speaking about this Colin said EDA and one of the swatters I think we're supposed to be covering tonight is the story also Surah
Surah. Al Horford.
And in the I mean, the whole story is about a single guy who speaks that straight word man Kalamata, how can industrial fungi
so what I mean by that tonight yet, but we're going to we're going to speak about for 25 tomorrow, next next 24 hours but no, no but but this
I don't know exactly what the similar story is. Just go Just go.
Pick up your own stuff when 24th and 25th choose all three of us around you right math problem. That's the logic of the oma today.
Okay, go check the previous podcast. And then you see, including the truth of the night was speaking.
It doesn't matter just go eat anyway. Yeah. It's not to say you know, that's a very reasonable story for me. Mousavi said I was being going to be killed by the field. And then a believing guy came in testified we may put his life on the line to testify against the fear of the screw was so technical and all the wealth in the world and all the power in the world. Playing us back I
was just gonna say Oh,
just old myself. Is this now Kalamata industrial toy ninja
everybody was so how much time there was sold out for open here sweet Beckett.
Yeah, it's in the accounts. Even now.
Yes, I mean, they'll get you Oh, I'm sorry sir. I'm just gonna be killed by Pharaoh and then you know Pharaoh's obviously so tyrannical so much slave so much Power Authority
never fell seeking his life and you know people feared him
but when somebody saw that this was wrong he spoke up for it.
And Allah subhanaw taala knew this story to be so important that the inside is Daniel speech.
And I just go
around Yeah, it's really long.
But it's very long. Can we can we tie in the the main insulation?
I say You know what? That people must go read this surah to moving versus what number is miniscule topic you
can see what was number two? Number 28 I think
from verse number 28 sorry, so
yeah 28 about like
45 or so.
Okay, shall we just gonna we're just gonna say Salaam to Allah ness annual grant Santa Monica wonderful ah all the listeners arlequin
podcast inshallah Allah grant you this thing appointment Henry. I mean energy I mean, I mean, open I mean, spiritual don't go into like autopilot mode man because the muscle man go from the one choice into the other.
So you know, and the guide of the deck and the guy that is fixing him at the back is he is his father happy though Allah and his father won't give him the answer. His father is a father even now his father says the LED make a long mistake he's like any pages pages beyond the mistake his father's not saying anything you know that he was getting himself in? You were reciting in now you start taking off the pavement. So I'm thinking okay, but then you went wild was back then you decided but then I didn't know the karate bit the first night those Yogi's in? Yeah, okay, my second one. Do you know do you follow the put you back off a page back comes back.
Virgo Effie ghoom here we can breathe. Now we have literally no space. We sitting here in in in a storage room at the masjid because it's the only place where the sound
wouldn't affect us that badly when they start the program inside so in sha Allah
and so so I think people should read this tour mesoraco movements Rafi I think it's
surah number 40 and the first time was like 28 to about 45 or so somebody 45 would you find we will show you the story but I think maybe we can just say a piece of
you can extract the lesson that you that you're sharing and then they can go read further inshallah
actually, the story for me is like what he says how we come to these people at the end and he says
because these people and he says to them
okay, you can you can you can find it again initial why why are we Why are we carrying on vocabulary m&a are committed
to Russia because people it doesn't Oh my people.
The person who believe Allah says in the Quran, McCauley lady Anna, this person who believed came to these people and you say to them, oh, my people, follow me, Eddie cosabella rachet. I will guide you to the path of right guidance. Yeah, call me in my head he'll hire to bring your matter Oh, my people. This life is nothing but merely goods of this stuff. We're in the theater here. Here there are no my people the next life. That is the abode of permanence. When I'm lshtm, Fallujah, Islamic law, who ever does a sinful deed, you will only be recompensed for the lack of that woman, Pamela Solomon decade in a winter woman and who ever does a good deed, whether the person be male or
female, what Who am I mean whilst he is a believer, for Allah aka the hallucinogen, those are the ones that will enter the gardens of Paradise, you will have your idea is I mean, there will be there will be
provided for the there will be sustained the very haisa without measure without reckoning. Well, O'Malley Oh my people what's the matter with me and they're all committed najat I am calling you to success I'm calling you to to feed him and Savior within their own any era now new calling me to define their own intellectual abilities. You are calling me to disbelieve in Allah.
What will she rickerby he, Melissa Libby and you are calling me to ascribe such partners to him for which I have no knowledge of another okuma zz law firm and I am calling you to the almighty the most forgiving,
large aroma and no matter their own lie Lisa tofi dunya whatever Phil after, you know, there is no doubt that what you are calling me to it has no claim in this life. No in the next one, no Maradona Illa There is no doubt that our returns to Allah were unelma serafina who must have now and the people of exist they are the companions of the Hellfire visitors guru nema akula come soon. You're gonna remember what I say to you. But before we do, emerita Allah, I put my feet in alosa hunters and say give my a fail over to Allah. In Allah Basilan belie bad. Allah subhanaw taala is all seeing of you slaves from Africa. Hello, see it mama Kuru, Allah saved him him from the evil of the plains.
Well, how can we actually feed our own so Elijah, and
the most severe punishment or the worst of punishment, it encompassed and surrounded the people of your own show? And it's
like, it's like a parable of life, man. It's a parable of, of our hedonistic world where everybody's calling you to pledges though actually, not everybody the awkward people in the world of course, right? But the world is almost calling you to just give in to your pledges in your passions. Now the world is oftentimes I think it's Yeah, sometimes like we just need to we need to have give the speech to the world.
You know, what's up with you? you calling me to, to fire? Yeah, my pursuit is Jin
Yong Soo Titian, you got to remember it before Ramadan. So I'll put a link in the groups so be repeating for Ramadan, listen to the solicitation. Getting everybody to Google Sheikh Mohammed. Siddiq, mean, shall we? Sort of half he recites this piece that Please pray for me later in your law he in the way he recites but he already I said voice to sound like he's crying over time. And your recites this piece and then I was listening to before Ramadan, can I get it? Can I just say something?
My beloved brothers and sisters watching this or wanting to donate the view
Allah doesn't expect you to be perfect. If he wanted you to be perfect and sinless, he would have made you angels and not humans.
So don't get yourself down when you use such high standards from the Quran. Allah wants you to aspire to that. But you are not expected to remain upright, super pious all the time, never making a mistake, never blending and getting straight to that. And if you don't get that, then you worthless and you jank and you must give up.
It's fine, to feel the way you feel. But know that you don't have to be perfect.
The expectation is that you just come back.
Every time just come back, slip down, come back, fall down, come back, and you need reminders. I need reminders, all of us, we all need reminders. It's not like the Orlando a special class of people and they get it easier than everybody else. I can tell you one thing that they have more than anyone else and that is they probably get reminded more frequently, because every time they hear the Quran and they can understand it, that's a reminder every time these Verses are recited is not just by chance, they can actually stand the intro listen from it. So I pray that for you in shallow Dinah Europe, you know when that takes me back to the other night, we spoke about the different the
different phases, people go through an awareness, awareness, understanding, conviction and action. Now you're talking about, you know, this is this is a process. Like let us expect us to be perfect, but Allah gives us a process. So don't don't aim for perfection. Don't aim for the to be perfect aim to stay in the process. And Allah tells us even when it comes to the Makati, what else about even those who are considered to be bias, that when they slip up when they make a sin, that God Allah fester thoroughly there will be they remember Allah, they ask Allah to forgive them. If it's up, they'll be more homosocial Mk Vasu support this process. Actually I say hi Sen. He talks about taqwa
it tequila hyphema can feel alone. You may be and then he says at bat say yeah, there hasn't it. So even having that taco and you take that instruction, the next instruction is okay, if you do slip up, and when you do slip up, they just follow it up with a good deed, it's gonna wipe it out. So these processes mean, so it's not for us to think we supposed to be perfect at a certain spot, but we must remain within the process. And through that process being realized, try to you know, gain the mercy of a loss. Yeah, sorry. Sorry, guys. And another way you can actually think of it now is
it's not about succeeding, it's about trying through because you're not you're not so responsible for the success of the failed attempt, so to speak, you don't you don't fail. You're either you either succeed, or you learn.
Okay, we have we have just a special guests that I need to introduce quickly, we just gonna give them a minute or so to to just tell us about what they're doing is Acharya these these are young girls, and just check this out. They started their own charity. Okay, and the charity is they feed number one, but then they also do things like because they girls they collect sanitary towels for girls who don't have a lot and they just started all of this by themselves, but I'm gonna let them introduce themselves again, inshallah Tada.
This minute, so I'm only gonna go over the schedule.
How are you guys doing? You can introduce yourselves to us.
Tell us what your names are and your ages. I'm sorry. And I'm 16. And this is my sister Mia. And she's 14. Okay, and you guys started this charity by yourself? Yes, we started six years ago. Oh my gosh. Oh, sure. So, so why did you wait so long?
It's a joke you I mean, I'm sort of being sarcastic because you started too early on in life. Anyways.
And that's what do tell us about Yeah, tell us about this venture and what it is you guys are doing inshallah Bismillah.
So basically, we started this because six years ago, there was demand with a
shout taco, right. They knew it when they needed electricity and clothing. So we asked that being and we dropped it off by them. And then we bought them electricity voucher, and then from the HS Group because we realize the passion that we have for helping people who need it. So last year, we decided to come out properly because of the pandemic. So we started feeding and we worked with an organization called campus and we managed to make 167 palm food parcels for those who need it. Um, we also work with blue Devon katg NY, time to ski for the seniors.
We also work with a baby organization organization called
Little pages foundation. um so yeah and upon time you go to school Yes. And you're on your way to school
that's so amazing martial law today
trying you know just trying to get Allah making things happen and then of
six years ago Okay, so you guys have an event coming up very soon inshallah and I believe you have a request from the community. So that is what that is. On on Sunday. The ninth of May we are having a massacre in locust River. The need we still we all collaboration with upcountry feeding hence the needs that we still need for this mass book I use a video crate and take away containers
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need the book I
need the book
shallow bleaching and outbids runny nose for a good cause you never know
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incitements way by the spray okay Simon's way by the flies people that is how we deal with him gave down
to the government I just want to say I'm going to I'm going to need you guys to to leave a comment for us with your with your contact details. So people who would like to get involved and help you guys out can know we did eat you inshallah done okay
I just want to say to both of you Mashallah
Like if you have within you the desire to help and assist others, just never stop alone facilitate the rest of your life around you. If you are in the service of
Allah, Allah is in your service in the rough he only met me
and I have been nasty to like that I'm probably the most beloved of people to Allah those are the most beneficial to others to like, absolutely never stop. And Allah grant you guys to be an inspiration to so many other youth at the start, like at a young age. Just do just don't think you too little. Don't think you have too little them. Thank you. You guys are an inspiration Really? You guys are absolutely I give you permission to drop the mic, drop it in the stand.
never give up inshallah.
Yeah, and we would love to hear we would love to hear back from you without even doing you know, take some photographs and so on. Share with us in sha Allah and I do hope that our viewers will support you guys inshallah and this initiative I think the reason why I specifically asked him to come on you know, because they just asked me to get the notice out to the public which I could have done easily. So I said no, no, I want people to see me because this is about children when they started this six years ago. They were sorry to call you this but like lightest
Yeah, no, they're not just me anymore but they started six years ago. And and yeah, you can take some inspiration for our future because this isn't like this is just children wanting to do good. And this is what they've accomplished so far.
Would you guys was it and also I'm liking it yet. It shows that there's a different way other than just being like apathetic like most youth or nowadays Yeah.
And absolutely it's important activism that's the way of the that's the way of the Muslim humbling now. So yeah, really, you guys are shining a light and I encourage other youth if you don't know how and you really want to do something good. Here you have people who have experience who can relate to you as well inshallah so don't forget to leave your your contact details in the comments right and then I will post it onto the screen so people can can get that so you do that as soon as we as we say sir I'm okay Okay, okay, take Ganesha Allah.
Masha Allah, I was gonna I was gonna say what this call me. So Mashallah beautiful Gumby, right, Allah, they mentioning a miss Coleman deck, um, you truly chosen, but Allah subhanho wa Taala. Now, I would like to just comment to say that you must you must put yourself out there and be eligible for the choice by just doing you know, people talk about you know, the whole fall, they were chosen by Allah. But did we go and trying to put us in a basket to say look at Allah, up to czuczman leukemia choose me, man. You know, so, you know, if we have this desire to serve you, you have this desire to learn if you have this desire, just go in and try and do and that way you
Make yourself eligible for the choice for a lot more interest. Okay, you see, the effort is coming through and through your effort, because through our trying through our little efforts, you know, that is are also behind on what the other, you know, facilitates for that thing to do to develop and to grow. I was wanting to accept all the efforts. Ramadan, you see, everyone so Boise his petition was very special to me, man because he's they started this when they were like the
the 160 the ones for so he was six years ago. Yes. Yes. And you know, now, this is a Latina youth ever implement, we working with the project and now with with a group of orphans, right. So we go team, this boat with this group of ocean winds and we the negotiating process, right? So every second week, we're visiting with him. So my daughter is seven years old. And now she's like, okay, we're moving to about it and whatever. And she's like, Okay, so what's the opening? I'm explaining to her Okay, you know, that was offered in every discussion with the Met come home from the session with the orphans. I come home and I see a lot of pictures on my bed. So she asked me, she told me
Abby, I drew these pictures. And then I cut it out and I colored it in. So when the next time you go, then can I go with and give this to them? Hadji Sivan algae. Now I didn't say nothing. But I'm just thinking and I told her absolutely no problem whatever. So you know the young youth they have the energy they have the concern they ever drive for others. And it's as as end of that evidently end up influencing him one way or the other, stopping the office and saying no, I will do this because it's dangerous or then it's crazy but that means that that's like a ray of a ray of hope. You know,
Michelle law so these the number supporting Charlotte Dallas, st Dave saris Acadia, you were busy saying something, I think
No, I was I was telling the story of the movement of the cabinet believe nothing. Are you finished today? No vertical hiko I think it is a really important thing was this, this the PVC part of that story? It doesn't just thought these thoughts
will follow roju mean anything to me, man.
I believe in persons from the people of Iran was concealing his faith when he spoke up in favor of Messiah. He said I'm so I still encourage people go read it. It's like a story. But the story just so encapsulates, like, in our purpose in life.
And, and I think it's so, so important for people to read stories like that, because, you know, this guy wasn't the Prophet.
He wasn't the island. He was like a guy that was built a belief, but he was he was actually hiding his belief.
And, and then he comes out any any any manifests his faith, and it's just so powerful. And it, you know, just gives the cracks in the core of, you know, what our minds is supposed to be like, as believing people. And so I think people must go read the 21st 28 to about 45 or so of verse of Surah 40, which is sort of, you know, sort of half it now. And you know, since you're talking about like, a guy that Subhan Allah is mentioned here, and then Mullah Salim, and I will just like saying, you know, the guy from Sri
assuming it's not, it's not that wasn't an agreement. You know, it's, it was nobody special. What you see first theme is Watch out or do you know,
man, Medina, you know, this is man he comes from for, and,
and he has this concern for others. You know, we now just getting to these two young girls, and they have that concern. And now you're looking at his years saying, Yeah, call me.
Oh, my people follow the messengers, you know, follow them this this instruction. So again,
nobody special, not even a very special message just, you know, packaged in a special way, just coming forward and saying, Look, here, the guidance is the follow with me. And that is within all of our capacity that is in with in absolutely all of our capacity to just say, look, here, we got these reminders, you know, what are we doing about it? Well, that could
mean, remembering what another remind is good for a believer, the father. You know, this just brings to mind. The idea that I think is prevalent in a lot of minds, that the allameh are responsible for everything related to the dean.
That Oh, at least people do that when it's convenient for them.
But that's not actually the case. This is a specific area of the net. They're responsible for those
Things that require expert knowledge in it in the arriving law, you know, passing judgments in terms of your Islamic judicial cases.
Stuff like that. But there's a certain amount of Islamic knowledge that every single person is supposed to have
acknowledge that may be confusing, just call it Deaf kid. They've got the responsibility of Deaf key. Yeah. And this one says he say, because I'm saying like, you know, the person might run away with the idea that I am supposed to teach Islamic knowledge. That's the only way people think in terms of its know I'm seeing gain gain yet. Oh, gain Oh, sorry, gained up, I'm saying these are the amount of Islamic knowledge that every person is supposed to have absolute technically can't be Muslim without it. And what do I would find it if you were to, if you were to point out a course that offers that level, you know, if you go through to get that level, I just want to see if we
thinking on the same wavelength here,
you can go to that name first. Yeah. No, no, I was checking that. It's not because I want to promote that in a minute, even though that would be great. My point is, like, we all studied the and we graduated from the and none of us think that that is an elite level or high level, we all unanimously would consider that level to be the basic level. Yeah, you know, like, introducing a Muslim and, and that that sufficient worldview or that basic worldview is supposed to be sufficient for you to be able to call other people to that worldview.
To actually mine other people have the purpose in life and to do all of that like that's not the responsibility of Allah alone. That's the responsibility of every single individual believing person. See, you know, I compare that I call it like you at this amazing party man, you know, like for the youngsters, like at an amazing party, but you don't none of your friends about the party
no one literally no one you don't invite anybody else to the party. So I mean, that for free in the human you slam has got the greatest of gifts and it's freemen
right it's like a big
I mean, it's absolutely free so come You know, that will people to come you go and just celebrate it on your own and I will live in it and die in it and it stops by me No, no, share it with the world. Share it to the world you know, and this in this men that comes in instead of asking and again, we encourage you guys to read it. I'm just shaking the verse number
100 data speaks about
what do I mean apostle Medina theologian. So this is year from
verse number 20. Why don't you tell us because you read all the way through sorry. So yeah, for verse number 20. So I asked him but he didn't shower that I look in reading to the into the tub sealant. Okay, I just want him to read one thing. Sorry, it's not in the verses but it's in the deaf seed but just that, ya know, it's in the verses, the verse that goes salmon cola murabbi Rahim. Now, in Capetown, when this is recited as part of the vicar gatherings, then they normally recite this Treisman. Now, I always tell people, like, you know, you know, they don't recite it thrice. But that's not the point. Yeah, I tell them, do you know how come originally they started to recite the
stats? Do you know what moved? The first people to decide? This is worthy of a repeat once, twice, three times? Do you know what it says? learn that when when you decide to write a scene, you want to decide thrice because you have every reason to do you know to do so what happens the is that the people actually kill I'm just giving you a sort of a, just the flesh of the story. The people kill the man Have you been Niger
because he was calling him to Allah, and they didn't like it. So they, they murdered him. And then in the very next verse, we get an image of him entering into paradise. So that's the the core of the story. And what he says when he gets in the and so on, it's an amazing story. Now, the reason I mentioned it again, is because like Melissa was saying, now that you came in,
you know, other than,
you know, now you you you acquire a certain
amount of knowledge, right? And when is it actually enough for you to actually say, you know what, you're gonna get out and you're gonna help and you're gonna encouragement. I can't help but think of what with every Friday, so he comes to those losses. And Islam is very new at a time. So you can see in Islam
Islam was very new team, nobody, even generally at the time in Makkah, they still weren't worshipping openly, in terms of when he comes to Rasulullah. Saw Selim, right. So now what happens is, he comes from the tribal, the tribal, the forest, fire like a place they were known as I will always and so when it's over
Anyway, so he comes, he learns about Allah subhanho wa Taala he accepts Islam in the hands of Rasulullah saw Selim, but now because of weak comes from his bang for nobody. So he goes and he goes to the Kaaba and he proclaims the you know Lai la Muhammad Rasul Allah and people actually start to beat him up and
and they beating him up and he falls unconscious and then you know I will walk out of line very tactfully comes and says you know, the this guy's gonna fall he gains he regains consciousness and he does the same thing immediately and he gets you know beat up and then they're also certain things are critical you go and stay Yeah, right. So go anyway to my instruction. So also awesome seeing you right back to refer then Time passes. Now he didn't spend as much time with our social and these all of the other companions and learning all of the verses that have been coming down but up until that point I leaves there wasn't anything in that time so now without goes anybody's people that also
some season wait for my instruction. They they the believers in odd make the hegira they in Medina, and one day they think Subhana Allah This is an ami approaching me and they think Medina is under attack. And they look anything Who is this people coming approaching? And what happens is that as they approach they realize that is it the whole tribe of FIFA, and the neighboring tribe, it accepted Islam on his ends so he didn't stop to say I was late to the message of Rasulullah I was waiting instructions on how to slow them down a little bit more and then you know when I'm when he tells me Okay, that's it. He just knew like you see this compiler key thing you found He's like, Yo,
I learned this thing. And I have to tell you, there's no way there was a besides Allah individually, and he goes on and he's entire, his entire tribe accepts Islam and the neighboring tribe. And you know, this is this is the nature of us as Muslims and will instill this within all of us men that you're not going to have that Eman if you don't love for others with love for yourself. Yeah, you know and sharing and giving and and you know cooling others as part of what we do. It's part of the basic amount of knowledge that you need to have to tower is you need to know you need to be able to put into words what it is that you believe
Yeah, look, I believe in Allah leaving look at what happens he goes to the other slaves he says this Muhammad you want to know what I'm doing this Muhammad he goes to a religion we people are as equal as the teeth of a comb. But then now they themselves so we need to accept this religion. Okay, look here
the sound effects back then like it's eat me. Please convey like Melissa Qureshi convey what you believe. Now's like okay, I believe that. I maybe didn't even have all the details. But these people we can go find out by but I'm just telling you, me. This is Yeah, this is where it's happening. You understand? And all of us can do that. Yeah, one of us can say look at it Whoa, whoa.
I wonder a lot Not a lot of people know that's a noun with money but I find rhodiola he didn't embrace Islam at the hands of the prophets Aslam. He based Islamic danza saint Abu Bakr, Siddiq rhodiola
that's just often he also exactly senemo back, it just becomes Muslim. And immediately, he starts calling people to Islam. We didn't even make salivate and there was no zecca that and there was no, there was no, there was just Lyla Illallah Muhammad Rasulullah saw the Prophet Muhammad SAW Salam didn't even have the entire Quran with him and he was already cooling other people by the instruction of Allah.
verses of Accra Yeah. And then he ate a few verses and now he's already starting going back these you know, and we did he thought he loved one i think i think what what I'm taking from from the podcast so far tonight is like this big lesson of like, stop planning. Stop talking. Stop chattering about just get up and do something when you know, let's
go play. Yeah, no, they I think that's like a given nobody will recommend you to not plan but the idea is like, we stay planning Yeah, we say planning and preparing and planning and preparing and no man, you've even the fact that you're still thinking about it now means that you plan enough
as the comes a point to you have to take a dive in and just start doing and look at this. Are you going to let a 10 year old and a six I know they're not that the ages anymore, but they're 28 year old because that's when they started outshine you in the dev of km B they can bring before Allah subhanho wa Taala hundreds of mouths that they feed and they you standing still thinking about if you paid fitrah or not in Ramadan. 1442
just get up and do something because the dean is going to Allah is going to make it succeed man was just a matter of are you going to be the tool that he uses to make it succeed or you
Going to be a tool. Look, you know, when I say carry you to
a lot of people got that I see it, I got it, but you were talking about, you know, the amount of planning this now that, you know,
it's it's crazy man, you don't diminish
nivo but what I'm saying is you have to approach it both ways, man. You got to have that, that that action as you that action with the planning.
I got to say, I got to say, Oh my god, wait, I got to sing. That's not what I got to say. Okay. Why did you put the five minutes? No, no, no, no, but I just hope it may do I don't get it wrong now.
Don't make art. Just get it done. And let other people decide whether it's art or not. And while they're debating make more art. You're rational. Oh, Korea, how much? How much do I need but you understand what it is like stop trying to get the perfect artwork man. Sometimes you might just get the work started. That's it I was gonna say and then the results is up to Allah Subhana Allah was our first youth group. I don't even exist anymore. By the humbler living years later, I'm still working with youth have now
autonomously changed the people at some point. So let's change the name isn't it No man we did we did some some crazy stuff along the way. But you know, I'm just saying that we went through like
you understand adaptivity shape after reform. The first thing we did was completely not sustainable. Immediately. We're like, oh my god read ourselves into this but you can is really 60 light is in front of us. What are we gonna do? Right now that I remember me and you sitting to one o'clock the night the night before the camp will be not gonna sleep because we have so much good silica after sitting in a plane.
He paid me I had to give you the bus everything. And we were we were putting the program together. And that's my appointment. You understand that? We know what we're gonna do we have the intention. But look at what goes on when you see the thing is Oh, I'm saying any minute planning at the time of hamdulillah we to some degree in your capacity.
Nobody diminished planning man. Yeah, it wasn't just
say like the one who fails to plan plans to fail. We agree with that. But what you're saying is like everybody is using, if you will a lot of people use planning as an excuse to
developing and study. Now you're never going to get the What is it? Is that Mullah? Salim really yeah, that's one of the salary reading is the first session of gamma level starts at 1013 it's two Jews. Actually not tonight. I think he's moving to one an audit. And then the three 350
camello is free of cost. Yeah, no is the three o'clock three o'clock? No, man. I sit down and console Damon is making sure that you're in the box.
it started 330 and then it's also one of notches, mobile emojis, and somebody also say is a really good question in the comments, we need to start playing around with I like that
we need to start looking at how we can implement the darnay model even in a small way at our mattresses, you know, areas that we need to bring that type of thinking and teaching from a young age inshallah. Now Marina, I'm not I'm not heavily involved right in in the formation of madrasa syllabi, but a friend of mine not too long ago, he had a chat with me he was going to start teaching like maktab like afternoon madrasa. But I think on a weekend or something like that, and you was discussing with you what he should focus on, he only ate like an hour or something like 45 minutes. And so I just told him you if you want to kind of mimic something of that already getting like a
mess. He didn't have enough time to start the teaching of Arabic right? Which is essential I do feel but at the same time I said you know just connect people to the Quran systematically. So go through the Quran with him.
Those are those who number on the screen is for the for those girls, by the way, if anybody wants to get involved and assist them send you extra cookies over the two Lotus river, you know you make enough pancakes to feed you and the whole road. So someone says Oh give it to them. Yeah, inshallah and go ahead and join them just be inspired and senior kids who said to show your kids what they capable of inshallah, you know, just in terms of that model.
Those who are involved with the mcats and so on and looking at, we've made it started at 100 level teaching.
We literally took the first the syllabus and broke it up across you know, the three to four years that we have the activity or so we've already you know, started in tried and tested methods a couple of years back when he in consultation with Manali when we started, I did a presentation tamala g of you know, I will bring it up in whatever. I took a lot from the model of mahalo and other port mec.
Because you have less contact time as opposed to full time student in first year, but we've made my point is that, that that process is taught to do really well. And we can maybe if we, if you, if you sit down and we engage in discussion, we can develop what we have. And you can also don't have to reinvent the wheel, start from the beginning, take the syllabus structure, take the notes, whatever, like, you know, it pains me, when I hear, you know, two people talking the same thing. And they don't actually just like, you know, you know, sit down and say, How far did you get? Can I go further with admin? I'm saying you're openly that contact us, we can share it with you, and then you
take it from me integrate further develop even better shows when we first off I didn't I we often share gripes about this type of phenomenon in our society. It's like, we all wanted our own boat, instead of all of us getting into one boat. And then we wrote to give in the same direction. No, no, no, I want to be the captain of my own ship. And on top of it, I want to make sure that the other captains have no say in the way I say my ship. strange phenomena. And there's a balance don't like sometimes you have a unique perspective and pushes you to say, Okay, you know what, I actually want the boat in that direction, because I don't see anybody the problem cool. 100% Go for it. But still,
you can take some of the benefits of the others in others need to be you know, kind of work together in that regard. Like somebody asked me, somebody asked me the other day, you know, about organizations and now you see this organization giving charity that organizing, and sometimes it looks almost opposing it looks evil. So people asked like, you know, we they see the competition, man, I was like, This is not competing against one another. for Islam. This is all competing against one another in Islam. This is competing with one another for Islam, which is something that encourage
it's encouraged to go
compete in that which is good. For Radek affiliate and FSM with an Effie soon no me neither one
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you know competing that which is good look, yeah, how much charity Do you give? I'm gonna give me the Sahaba that quality said no, say no, say no more time once. And he thought, you know what, I'm going to beat it now. We're working now in, in charity, I'm going to give more than him. And he came and he saw the amount of wealth it now workers brought in, he brought more. So he was more than what's it now. And he's like yesterday of eating in it. He was sadly informed that you know, that's half of your wealth. Mashallah. But that little actually Oh Buckaroo line is that they gave him a bottle over. So they had this nature to compete against one another and whatever. But all in the
service of Islam, assisting one another for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala. But I knew
what I wanted, if you want to do and always open another in righteousness in Pisces. And in fact, the next part is and do not help one another with sending transgression, but that other one is like overstepping the boundaries. And, you know, the founder of Africa Muslim agency.
The late Muhammad fortunata is a quote, if you go to the AMA office in Cape Town is a quote against the wall of him when he says there's no limit to what mankind can do. If no one gives it executed. You there's no limit to what mankind can do. If we don't care who takes the credit. So, but Allah subhanaw taala nightwatchman
Sheffield You know, he didn't say exactly that. But he said, You know, I wish that this is all taken for me, but none of its ascribed to me.
So working extra, you know,
the idea of sincerity is like, nowadays, people, the one kid
that they, they want credit for the work, but you know, even if you just think about how many schools and if they can donate a textbook,
and like, let's just put the own cover on. Who is we?
And we were,
we were saying, are we gonna just not even know but I was chatting to one earlier but at the same time wonder is what we tried doing the Melissa zero size to chatting with but what about in whatever. And then we used to start making notes. Okay, we're gonna use different we're gonna use colors over here, we're gonna adjust this, you know, and then taking out our knowledge and experience from from youth development and saying, okay, right, how do we do so? So given that is yours, and I asked permission, though, it wasn't actually got
to teach it that I got it. Then I'm just joking. I'm just saying, Look how much higher came from it and people took the book, and you know, everybody was fine. I was injured, every now and then. In all of the organizations, these modules that work for certain things. You don't mean you were talking about funding the other day? So which organizations have sustainable funding models? So educate the others about it? Okay, what did you guys do? Why did you do it, you know, but also, it takes a degree of us also being open enough to when asked me, we don't know what we're doing over here in this area. Do you guys do it? What
We learn from you guys and we, you know, being open and this is what it was, this is where one of the things we were we I was emphasizing the planning, like this idea of knowledge sharing. It is plan. So, so yes to that, but to smartly also.
So yeah, it's really important. You if you
think my, my, my family if I don't do something now then stop doing it. Yeah, you know, plan plan plan at the same time.
Okay, so can we wrap up on this process? Like start wrapping up? No, it's getting late, I think.
I think the overall message this evening is
you don't have to be a nabby to be of benefit to others.
You know, none of us are ambia everyone's trying in different areas. Everyone's you know, as different skill sets everybody has an encourage everyone to look, you know, within themselves I met a brother Yoni Attica is in sales and marketing. And then he said, like, you know, essentially, we were discussing you were saying, like, essentially, Dawa is like, you know, sales and marketing. So the skills and techniques that you can learn that we can adjust, you can see, you know, okay, this is how either, so I think it's important for us to realize that all of us have a role to play now.
Allah subhanaw taala facilitate I mean, I mean, I mean, Rob Zacks.
Ya know, I concur with what? He does so many
beautiful things. When do we use words like I conquer at 11 o'clock at night?
What happened to I agree? Oh, wait, did he say
he's incapable of uttering the words? I agree. Like I'd say he uses a different word altogether.
Yeah, no, it's just saying that you know, that it's a beautiful misjudgment due to smoking two together to you know, when the odds are in your favor Doom the odds are against you. Like the guy was speaking against your own you know what, that's all the responsibilities man believe do a good deed that he stole for me, you know, when you met him and Allah subhanaw taala after that
and yeah, you know, there's so many things that teachers should tell us somebody from tomatoes or you know, just make yourself available alone make you capable. I mean, one of us would have thought to die that day.
You know, if there's no Hanukkah is no Baraka if you're not moving, then you're not getting a burger. So um, we need to we need to make sure that we're doing something everybody should be involved in some type of action. That's inefficient
Yeah, perfect. That's exactly the thing Yeah.
Like you know, who it like. I don't know if any of us in physics are like standing at like the way did
Are you joking? As I show you I thought my life with a good for this.
Yeah, I mean, it's like you just you know,
Yama, rufo Kuya, Sony madhulika just do something to make your choice right. And everybody will be facilitated for that which they are created for.
Just make your choice. Everyone watch how your boss becomes revealed in front of your eyes.
You just see how eventually like you adopt this attitude of okay.
Listening I know using concrete light in other words and review. Like I'm surfing this wave of like, I never thought my life just to give you know unrevealed sort of like unraveled or so but like Allah revealing to me what is the next thing by it happening? Is it googling now is Google Yeah.
So anyway, the point is just to and and watch all those magic happen. colors.
Lots of aren't that except.
I mean, I mean, okay, Dave was on the lower LSAT Muhammad had a little bit how many So hi Nicola. morbihan, Nika Anthony Sophie Luca. When I do we like until when?
Saturday night, Saturday night, Saturday night when Zachary is gonna come visit us here at the masjid and we're going to have a live
stream invite the viewers tell them okay come to the mosque with that dude into my catch the Live podcast or something? I don't know what you say. Is Neela can join Melissa. You know the the water will make you a cup of coffee.
if we if we did okay then Cindy, can you
listen to the dinner? What kind of coffee?
Coffee? Coffee is
We've established by now. It's not instant coffee. Yeah, that's no.
Thank you guys all the best and I'm only gonna head over to get