Akhlaaq of the Ummati #25

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The speakers discuss the importance of being aware of one's actions and representing them in a beneficial way. They stress the need for people to write their own novels and that it is a part of their life. The importance of removing words from books and practicing Islam is emphasized. The speakers emphasize the need for individuals to write their own answers to exams and submit them to the system. The conversation also touches on the confusion surrounding Islam's Sun- Messala and the recent "has been a mess" in the West.

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Dona Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu wa salam O Allah

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Muhammad Rasul Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to Sleeman Cathedral in cathedra from Morocco.

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McGovern sisters Alhamdulillah Bismillah it Allah we are

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on the,

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on the notice of sort of the lock man, which is on the subject of a flock of the Almighty and

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asked Allah subhanaw taala,

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to be pleased

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with you, and never to be displeased, and asked Allah subhanho wa Taala, to enable us to live our lives in a way which is pleasing to Him general

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and which is beneficial for us. Because these two are interconnected, what is pleasing to live beneficial for us,

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our ancestors, we are looking at the clock of the oma T of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, because every oma to Mohammed Salim is a representative of his oma and therefore is his personal representative.

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And therefore, when we go about in the world, we should be doing it in a way, which is

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with this cognizance and with this awareness, that we are the representatives of Russell, NASA. This is obviously a huge honor. And it is a huge responsibility at the same time.

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We mentioned some of the things in in regard to that. And all of them connecting to the awareness of being called before Allah Subhana Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, on the day of judgment, to answer for what we did. And what we chose not to do.

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The result of that questioning would be either punishment or reward, we asked Allah subhanaw taala to save us from his punishment, and to give us his reward. As I mentioned to in the last lecture, on the day of judgment, Allah subhanaw taala

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will give us on the Day of Judgment, our books or record books of deeds will be given to us We ask Allah subhana wa tada to decree that our book has given it our right hands.

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The thing to remember, and I hope you did the exercise, which I told you to do last time, which was to take a piece of paper

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and write down on it. Three of the best things that you did in your life, which you are proud of, which you are very pleased about. And then on the turn the paper or they were on the other side and write three of the things that you did in your life, which you are ashamed of which you are very sorry about.

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This is for you, this is not for anybody else, you don't have to show it to anybody around you do not have to tell it to anybody. Having done this, having both of these that is having written the good deeds, and having written the bad deeds, then I requested you to take an eraser and rub out those bad deeds. Right, Robert was bad. And if you like you can even substitute them with good deeds. The point I want to illustrate for you and to remind myself is that in this life, as a the ISIS delana is reported to have said, she said, Every one of us is an author. And our book will be published on the Day of Judgment. So right now we are in the process of writing our manuscripts. And

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like you know, in any manuscript, I am an author, I'm a published author, those of you who are not also doesn't matter, it's not rocket science. You know, what it means, when you are writing your book, there is no

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there is no limit, there is no restriction on you about what you can write and what you can delete, and erase. You can write whatever you like. And you can delete whatever you don't like. You can copy, paste, cut, paste, you can remove, you can delete, you can wipe out the whole thing and start writing all over again, every single thing. While we are in the process of writing our manuscript of the of our book, which I'm saying is supposing you're writing a novel for example, while you're writing the novel, there is nothing while you're writing your novel, there is nothing to stop from writing anything you want. And there is nothing to stop you from erasing anything you want. But once

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the novel has gone to the publisher,

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And has been published when it is sitting on the shelves in shops and people are reading it. Then whatever is in that novel is what you as the author chose to leave in there. It is whatever you chose to put in there. And it is whatever you chose to leave in there. What isn't an in there, the publisher doesn't add anything into it. The publisher job, the printers job is only to print the manuscript that was given to them, they printed they publish it, it is sitting on the shelves, it is in libraries, people who want to read it can open it and read it. And if there is something in it, which is detrimental to you, which is diff dividuals, defaming you, then guess who put it there,

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yourself. Guess who allowed it to remain there, yourself. If there is something complimentary about you, guess who wrote it yourself. Guess who allowed it to remain that yourself. This is exactly the situation with our lives. We are currently as I am speaking to you as you are listening to me, as long as we continue to breed. We are authors, we are writing our manuscripts,

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we are writing our books.

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They will come when that book will be finished. The last line will be read. The last word will be written, the last phrase will be written. I ask Allah subhana wa tada for that last phrase and that last line to be a Chateau La ilaha illAllah.

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Muhammad Rasulullah asked Allah subhanaw taala to grant this to you. And to grant this to me that the last line the last phrase, our book ends with a Chateau La ilaha illAllah.

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Muhammad Rasulullah, my brothers and sisters,

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then that book is published. And that is the book that we are going to get in our hands. And just like, you can't take your book after it is published. It's sitting on the bookshelves. And if you say oh, no, no, no. But you know, this is this part, this passage, this page, this chapter, in this book I wanted to remove well, can't be done. Because in the case of a book, a physical book, maybe in a second edition, you can remove it. But in our lives book there is no second edition, this is only one time. This is only one time you write in one time it gets published one time and that's the end of the story. There is no second edition.

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So therefore, when we are sitting down and writing our book, let us do that. conscious of the fact that every word we write in it, we can remove it, so remove it before it is published.

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Removing the word in the case of our book means what it means is the far it means Toba it means turning towards Allah subhanho wa Taala it means apologizing to those who are wrong. It means giving them back what we took from them or or or you know, making amends, whichever that way was

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but ensure that when that book goes to the publisher in this case, that is Allah subhanho wa Taala that book has only good in it and that good is what we chose to leave that or that which we chose to put there

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is Allah subhanho wa Taala

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told us about this, and others told us Allah called it a book. Like Allah subhanaw taala called it a last round does it mean sort of guff? What would what will the Al Kitab mouffetard almajiri mean ambush VPN me MFI una yawei la Santa Maria del kita la vida de Rue Savi Ratan wala kabhi Ratan

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a handsaw, ha. Well, Ajay Duma, Emmylou Hol de la, Kuala yasui, Maura, buka, Haida, they and the book of deeds will be placed in the right hand for a believer in the oneness of Allah and in the left hand of a disbeliever in the oneness of Allah, and you will see the most remote you will see the criminals fearful of what is recorded in that book, they will say woe to us, what sort of book is this? That leaves neither a small thing or a big thing, but has recorded it with numbers achieves wireless Allah, if you see the Kitab of Allah and and reflect on it, see how precise everything is right? numbers, you know a letter, a word is open to interpretation. A number is no interpretation.

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A number is what is there. Many of my many of my students and many of people who come to my sessions, my leadership sessions and other teaching sessions, you will remember my within quotes famous line

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What do I tell them? I tell them, nine is a number, there is no Tafseer of nine.

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Right? There is no explanation of line nine is a number. And by nine I mean time. So I said, if the session begins at nine, it begins at nine, it doesn't begin sometime after the sun has risen No, it begins at nine, nine is a number, it is not open to interpretation. So come to the class on time, the class begins at nine, nine is a number. This is what I was saying. Allah saying that books are the things will be recorded, small and big, with numbers, and they will find all that they did placed before them. And your rub treats no one with injustice. Remember what is what can be more just than to give you a paper, tell you to write what you want on it, to give you a Framework of

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Reference, and then to judge you according to what you yourself wrote on that paper. To think about it like an open book exam, for example, right? So you've got this exam is an open book exam, there is no no need for you to cheat or anything like this. The books are there available to you, you are welcome to read the book, here is a question the answer to that question you have already been taught in your class, you have taken your notes, but even if you didn't have that, those notes are available to you, the book itself is available to you, all of this is given to you when you are sitting in the examination and you are set Please answer this question. Now. If a person refuses to

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read that book, if a person refuses to refer to the notes, if a person refuses to remember and recall what the teacher taught them, and if this person deliberately right or wrong answer and after is written and wrong answer, this person still had the opportunity to correct that answer. Okay, I wrote the wrong answer that I suddenly realized what kind of stupidity is this? I have been given the book I have been given the answer. I know what is the right answer? Even the right answer has been given to me. Here is the book for me to refer to, why would I still right or wrong answer I'm not insane. But supposing I have written the wrong answer. And there is still time before the bell

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rings, still time before the invigilator the teacher comes and takes my paper. So and I have an eraser, I am free to erase it and wipe it out. And I am free to write the right answer all of this. I have done all I've had the time and opportunity and permission to do all of this. I'm not cheating. I don't have to hide about this. It's not a clandestine operation. I'm free. Despite all that, I insist on writing the wrong answer. And I insist on leaving the wrong answer there. And I insist on giving my paper to the invigilator with the wrong answer, knowing it's a wrong answer, then what do I have to say, when I fail that exam?

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That is the state of our lives. Our life is an exam, it is an open exam.

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In this exam, we have been given guidance we have been taught what is right and what is not right. We have been given a book of guidance. We have been a teacher was sent to us who taught us this book. He did not only teach us the book in terms of the words, but he actually demonstrated for us what we should be doing. So this teacher said this is how this is what you should do. And this is how you should do it. Now watch me see I am doing it. And do it imitate me emulate me.

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Holding on to her bone Allah. W ne yo como la jolla, la COVID over como la hora Rahim say to them, oh Mohammed salatu salam, those who claim to love Allah subhanho wa Taala make my teba imitate me emulate me. Do what I do say what I say act like I act de like ideal. And Allah will forgive you and Allah subhanho wa Taala is the most forgiving.

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Allah will love you. And when Allah loves you, the first thing that will happen is that Allah will forgive you and Allah subhanho wa Taala is most forgiving and most merciful. This is the message that we have been given my brothers and sisters, not despite all of this if somebody insists on failing the exam on writing the wrong answers, and on handing over this book to molekule mouth when he comes without the right answers. That were our last round that I said on that day there will be no sooner, Allah will not deal unjustly. The reason I gave you this long explanation is to show you how transparent and how beautiful and how just and how fair, the system that allows you to create

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this and like gave it into our own hands.

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write whatever you like, here are the right answers, you are going to be judged on the basis of the right answers. But you are free to write anything you want, including wrong answers. But if you insist on writing the wrong answers, you are even free to erase that. And you are free now to rewrite it, the right answers. But despite all of that, if you still don't want to do that, if you still want to write the wrong answers, if you still want to submit that paper with the wrong answers, having had the right answers, then you cannot blame somebody else for the consequences of that, because there is nothing whatsoever, which was secret, there was no mystery. There was nothing

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hidden. Everything was open. in the open, it was given to you. You had every opportunity to correct it. You chose not to do that. So therefore, by brothers and sisters, who do we blame? Allah subhanaw taala mentioned our books again, and described the scene so beautiful. Allah said, yo Ma, another rucola una sim D mommy him Furman ooh tiaki de bajo de emini for Ola ikhaya cada una kita biohome wala Ala Moana for de la again the focus on justice and last run into settings to disrupt sort of bunnies right and remember the day when we shall call together all human beings with their respective Emap with their leaders, their profits or their regard the good and bad deeds. So whoever

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is given his Record in his right hand, ask Allah subhanaw taala to give our records in our right hands such we'll read the records and they will not be dealt with unjustly in the list

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for a minute yeah kita Bahu Yemeni for your Oulu ha Oh Cora Oh kita be

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there as for the one who will be given his recording his right hand he will say take my record, read my record.

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My brother sisters how

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beautifully is this thing explained? You know, it's like a like a student who does well in exam you know, the result comes and he is first in class. He's gonna go around showing her what she wanted see what she wanted it excitement. So this is the final exam afterwards there is no exam. And last round that I mentioned again in this was a total haka. Allah mentioned again in in Chicago, for mamanuca kitabi emini for sofa you have a boo.

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Alarm as

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well. Yan kalibo illa Halima surah. Rahman. udia kita bajo la zaharie for Salva yard, oh fullbore for your slicer IRA Bella in

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in narangba, who can I be he basura my brother sister, the last round that I said that as for him, who will be given as regarding his right hand, he surely will receive an easy reckoning. And we ask Allah for an easy reckoning, and we'll return to his family enjoy. But whoever is given his Record behind his back, he will invoke his destruction. He was oh I wish I was not alive. I wish I had died. And he will enter a blazing fire and will be made to taste. It's burning. Verily, he was among his people. Enjoy. He was very happy among his people. Verily, he thought that he would never come back to us. Yes, verily, his Rob has been ever beholding him. Allah says you things will not return

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to us It doesn't matter what you think you are going to return to Allah subhanaw taala and to Europe and Europe was seeing you what you were doing was visible to Allah subhanaw taala. My brothers and sisters today we have an eraser, it is called is the firewall tober let us use this eraser before a time comes when we will not be able to use it. When the list will be given to us. When the book is given to us. There will be no eraser, then we will be on our own without any helpers. So use the eraser while you have it. Let us not wait for the day when we will be up the creek without a paddle and nobody to help let us correct our Akita and clean it of all share can be that let us correct our

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armel our deeds and make sure that there is nothing that can be a witness against us on the Day of Judgment. ask Allah subhanaw taala for this help and mercy, my brothers sisters, the key thing to understand is that the whole everything boils down to this awareness of our position before Allah Subhana Allah and the one who is aware of that the one who understands his or her position that we are supplicants that we are in need of Allah

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I know that this person is truly truly blessed because that that is the kind of person who Allah subhanho wa Taala will reward on the day of judgment in a way which we cannot even imagine today. We ask Allah for our books in our right hands, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to erase our sins, but my brother and sisters, please understand that we are the ones who have to make this effort that this is not made for us we have to make this effort to change. There are so many stories of people who changed and people who literally you know, they came to Islam from from from disbelief and they paid the price today I think one of the one of the biggest problems for us, may Allah protect us

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sometimes assets are are an issue. The biggest asset that we have is that we are born Muslim. Most of the people who are listening to this are people who are born Muslim. And I'm sure all my revert brothers and sisters will agree with me. The people who are born Muslim, we had a very big acid, which is that we never had to struggle for any of this. We didn't have to fight anybody for this. We didn't have to struggle. Nobody was oppressing us we were born Muslim families Muslim names, from the other hand was calling our ears right as soon as we were born. Okay, that was done for us. We always saw we saw especially the homes of Muslim parents who are who are practicing hamdulillah and

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really, there is no such thing as a non practicing Muslims. Islam is the name of a practice. If you are not practicing in the New Yorker, then you can't be a Muslim. Anyhow. So people who will be we literally our eyes open watching and seeing our parents praying and deciding for and the first thing that we heard in our in our homes was the recitation of the Quran and so on and so forth. In all the festivals and this and that Raja Nova and, and

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Islam surrounding us.

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Many of us are born also in Muslim countries. So you hear the other of the of you know, there are five times a day you hear from the massage around you. When you are going anywhere you are seeing Muslims doing about their business. You see women in hijab you see men who are obviously we look like Muslims who got beards or what was you know, heads covered or clothes or whose clothes are modest. Not walking around in sleeveless singlets and shorts, which there is really as a Muslim Think about this, you know, it's not a matter of fashion. The dignity in in dress is part of our culture in Islam. I'm not saying wear a three piece suit, I'm saying wear something which covers

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your body, wear something which covers your Southern please understand the southern of the male is from above his belly button to below his knees. Right. So you're wearing shorts which come down up to your knees, your Sutter is exposed and when you think you are praying, your Salah is invalid because your knees are exposed in that Salah. Especially when you go and sit in the shower. The knees are completely exposed because the shorts right up and your knees knees are exposed. If your knees are exposed in Sarah, your Salah has become invalid please understand this. This is a this is not my opinion. This is the Hong Kong as far as the clothing for Salah is concerned. You don't have

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to wear a long robe and a turban on your head. If you do that Alhamdulillah is good for you because you are you are taking the time and trouble to dress yourself up to come before your Lord and before your apology. You're not going there just like that in you underclothes in the hotel a hotel when you're wearing proper clothes and going before Allah subhanaw taala

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take the towel to do that after you're taking the trouble to pray. Why do you want to pray and as in in clothes, which are which which lack dignity they look like just because you've got somebody logo on that shirt and the shirt is the singlet that you're wearing. Just because you've got some Lakers logo or whatever logo basketball or football logo on it or just because you got because it's colored you know black or white or green or some other color instead of white it's still an undergarment For God's sake

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okay so so you live in America you think you have a different fashion sense no problem but as far as Islam is concerned.

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So by all means, where your where your, you know, your butt, Bunyan's and walk around, but the point is, at least when you vote for Allah subhanaw taala have some dignity and respect yourself.

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And long shots are not valid for Salah.

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The shots must be long enough to go below your knees, below your knees, meaning that when you sit in the shadow, the shots must be over your knees under here so that your knees are completely covered.

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And whatever you're wearing on top, when you go into Roku or you go into sudduth It must not ride up on your back and your back or your backside is exposed. La la hora de la Vela. We see all of these things in massage. We see all of these these things when young men come to pray.

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Right We lot we like to talk about the

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The importance of women covering themselves Of course it is important of course they should cover themselves but who gave What gave you the idea that it is okay for men to walk around half naked it is not.

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men must also cover themselves. There is a center for the woman which is her face is is out of it, her hands are out of it and the rest of our body must be covered which is including our hair and our ears. These will be covered a neck must be covered. The rest of the body must be covered when she's bringing in Salah her feet also must be covered wear socks or have a

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problem with long dresses that it's never going to be long enough to go live beneath your feet. But so wear socks otherwise your Salah is not valid.

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And for the men minimum requirement, that minimum requirement is above the belly button and below the knees and remember that is only the boundary condition. If you are going to an interview for a job would you go in just shorts? Would you go in your in your in your Lakers money and

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what is a banana?

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a banana is an undergarment it's an under under singlet that you wear under inside your shirt.

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That is a bunny.

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Would you go in that for any for a job interview? You want to go in that before you're jealous?

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He just other

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prisoners I'm not talking about fatwa I'm not saying you know halaal arms I am saying there has to be a dignity there has to be a sense of of your own self esteem. There has to be your self respect before you go before Allah subhanho wa Taala it's not a matter of exactly counting the the things and saying is it is it exactly the center of the box. No.

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It is how you want Allah subhanaw taala to reward you Is this how you want Allah subhanho wa Taala to give you your your your sustenance,

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only what is required.

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Which means one one roti one meal once in three days, you don't need more than I don't need more than that.

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One meal once in three days with our need.

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The rest of it is our desire three meals a day is desire.

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What do you actually need only one meal in three days. You want this? You want Allah subhanaw taala to do this for you.

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You will look like this lemon tree Believe me.

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So but when it comes to Allah subhanaw taala as a mother, we want to be minimalistic in our thinking.

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Our brothers sisters, let us focus on our when we grow before Allah subhanho wa Taala What do you want? Allah subhanho wa Taala to say to you? What do you how do you want to meet Allah Subhana Allah in what state?

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Do you want to go there and say, Well, I did my best for you.

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And Allah knows, whatever you say, Allah knows if that is the truth or not. You want to go there and say, Allah, I did my best for you. Or do you want to go and say, Oh Allah, I did the least for you.

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Which one? You don't need to say it. Allah knows it will be there before you

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which one?

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Take the license, I have a

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brain. Musab Romero Delano came to Islam, you must have been 17 years old or something like that young man.

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Right living in Makkah, very wealthy family. He was very handsome. He was an absolute dandy he was you know, he was

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very fashion conscious and so on. And so he had beautiful clothes. His mother loved him. She was very wealthy. She used to give him whatever he wanted. So he had these beautiful clothes. He was known for his love for perfumes. They used to say that it was a pyramid went down a street you will know that he went down the street by the perfume, the smell of the perfume that was left behind on the air.

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He loved this.

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So all of this and then when he came to Islam, his mother said to him one thing leave this religion alibhai leave my house now Muslim in America was completely dependent on his mother financially to leave my house means you're out of a job you're out of food you're out of shelter out of everything.

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So Moses said I will not leave Islam

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for your mother's or leave the house

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as he was about to boil mother said no First of all, she she can find him in a room and so on. She denied him food for some time whatnot. She tried to put pressure on him physically.

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But when he didn't break when he didn't give up so she said to me right now you know I mean after all, she is a mother so she's not going to pull out his nails one by one you know she's not going to watch it and so she's got to leave the house I'm not interested. If you are if you if you want to be a Muslim leaves out boy.

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As he was going away, she said no, no, hold on. A second goes

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You're wearing they belong to me

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Take them off. You want to leave the house go go without anything. So he's ever How will I leave negative sir Okay, so here is a sheet

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rubber sheet around when

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I think about that and talking about what we got free. We so called born Muslims

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so we have no color for this we have no value for this. The Sahaba nobody was born Muslim.

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Every single havey of Rosaura Salaam, the first generation I mean, there was a habit who were born into Islam Alhamdulillah

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but I'm seeing the first generation

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the people who were the contemporaries of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, who were already born, when there is Allah Salaam announced Islam, that generation every single one of them was reverted, man All

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Abdullah Noma who was born in Medina, he was the first

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Muslim child to be born in and in a Muslim who

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first was in jail.

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His mother was the daughter of Bucharest

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and his father was away with our motherland.

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But before that, though, all of them are the words

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and each one story. So take Mousavi

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so when was that been available and 17 year olds, I mean in today's world, we call it a boy those people had more maturity than so they were not a boy. He was a young man.

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He comes to sort of like this, you know, wrapped up in a sheet.

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So Rasul Allah sent him to Medina as His representative. See the position the honor the significance that solo Salim gave to

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the youth who came into Islam

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sent him to Medina as His representative. So Mousavi, member of Ilana, went to Medina and Muslim Neverland, who was responsible, he was a beautiful reset of the Quran as well. And he was responsible for the coming into Islam of practically all these the people in Medina who came into Islam before

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which included all the you know, the big names

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of the unserious

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they all came into Islam on the Dow of Musab even Omar Abdullah one.

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And then Mousavi numero uno was killed. He was Shaheed in the battle.

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So he never really saw the victory of Islam. He didn't see the photo had he did not see Fatah maka. He did not see the Battle of Haldane and all the aneema that came from hoonah. He didn't see any of that.

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He died in the Battle of us he was killed. He was a piece of Isla Rosaura, so some pretty jealous on him.

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What are we looking at here? We are looking at we're looking here at a person who understood the meaning of his book of deeds.

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When we're looking here at a person with such a fabulous focus on his own future,

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God cognate cognizant of unconscious of only one thing which is answering to Allah subhanaw taala

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and this person decided to obey Allah subhanaw taala and he decided that nobody else in the world matters except Allah subhanho wa Taala and also relies on a seller including his mother who he loved very much is his he took the position to say that if she is going to prevent me from Allah and His Messenger, if she is going to stop me from worshipping Allah subhanho wa Taala and from following the Sunnah of Rasulullah Salah, then no matter how much I love her, no matter how much I am dependent on her financially I'm going to leave her and I'm going to

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I will not leave the the hand of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa he was I was on

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my brother's is the bridge understand love of the abbey is not seeing the sheet level the lobby is not seeing the sheet and you know all these chanting and whatnot what all of this is fine, do it if you want to do it.

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I'm not I'm not sitting here prohibiting you from that. But I'm just saying that is not the level of the love of the Nabi is expressed in the emulation of the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The love of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam is expressed in the teba of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam

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The one who loves Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam obeys Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam because Allah subhanaw taala zero may UT LA or Sula who forgot faza fosun azima

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verily and truly the one who obeys Allah subhana wa tada and Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam only that person faqad files of Odin azima only that person has achieved final success. Nobody else

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this is what

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they paid for their Islam

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swaybar roomie, Ilan

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when he left and his whole story of sweaters to his waiver, room era, Delano, and how he, how he came migrate from Medina from from

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Makkah, as a refugee, you know, literally running for his life with a posse of McCann people behind him, trying to catch him dead or alive, and how he got cornered on this on this Rocky Hill. And eventually he said to them, I will tell you where I have kept my money, all my treasure, go take it and let me go and they let him go and they went and they went and took his treasure, meaning that when he arrived in Medina, in the hills of Rosaura, Salah, he was completely and totally resourceless he had lost everything was completely bankrupt, wealthy man becoming bankrupt. Remember the big difference? Somebody who never had money never had money but somebody who had a lot of

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money, a lot of wealth a lot of resources, because bankrupt that itself is a huge shock for say for swager roomie Rolando imagine what must have been going through going going on through his mind. But how does the solar system greedy dummies Allah Salam was informed about the hazrath of swaybar, Rumi, and all that befell him by Jabez ceramah, Los Angeles along with that information was a celeb. So Nebuchadnezzar knew this. And when swaybar Rumi came into his head, but came into his into his, into His presence, and also said you have succeeded. And then he said to him, what a bargain what a bargain you made. What is the bargain? The bargain is that he lost everything he had in this world.

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Everything all his money, all he had was his clothes on his back and his bizarre levels he lost everything

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for the sake of Islam

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and Islam is called calling it a fantastic bargain. There is a lot to say what a bargain what a brilliant deal you did

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my brother sister sometimes it is the opposite is true before you know when I read the stories of the Sierra and that's why I love to read the Sierra. My request to is make the MCs study of the Sierra for make study of the Sierra absolute requirement in every school of yours in every college of yours and every mother's and jammy of yours, in every home of yours. Make this make school make the study of Sierra absolutely the fundamental thing because Sierra is the is the material and physical manifestation of the hora

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when I read the xerography salam and I read the story was I was sometimes I feel, you know, if I if I didn't know historically that this was the truth, I would be forgiven for imagining that these were fairytales somebody wrote these nice stories

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didn't really happen.

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Maybe they inspirational stories, but they're not true.

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Somebody would be would not be a you we would say well, if somebody believed that, especially in today's world, then you know you couldn't force them to do that our current reality is so far away from what the story is show that I can't blame you. If you feel that these stories are really not true that they didn't happen, but believe me, this is history. This is not biology. This is not fancy fairy tales. This is history. These people lived

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they worked their lives are recorded

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and on the Day of Judgment inshallah Stan, we will see them ask Allah subhanho data, do not allow us to see them from a distance. I asked Allah to let us be with them when we see them.

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And we shaded in the same shade that they are being shaded by loss. They will be shaded by a loss to be in their company when they made their beloved Mohammed Salah Holly Salah, who is also our beloved Bahama Sana Sana

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ask Allah Subhana Allah to grant us the company or the Sahaba de la la la man made to be resurrected in their company to be given their company on the day of judgment and to be given their company with their and our

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Rasulullah Nima Mohammed Mustafa sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when we meet Allah subhanho wa Taala to allow us to take the beautiful water

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from his blessed hand.

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He Salaam salatu salam, and to cross the Sahara, behind him in the heads and a man of Allah subhanho wa Taala and to be entered into Jonathan for those without a visa was Allah Allah Allah Karim Allah Allah he will save his mind.