Covid for one year…Thanks for the lessons

Mirza Yawar Baig


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The speaker discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and the reactions of the people. They acknowledge the prevalence of COVID-19 and express gratitude for the lessons they have learned from the crisis. They also mention the need for relief from the pandemic and for people to be delivered on their behalf.

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One year ago, we had not heard the word COVID-19.

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Today, we know it very well.

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What is our reaction? Our reaction is Alhamdulillah. All Praise to Allah, the creator, the Sustainer, the maintainer of the protector of the universe. Does that sound strange? He doesn't. Because there are two things to look at.

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We get we have the choice to look at those who contracted COVID. And who died.

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We have the choice also to look at those who never contracted it.

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Or those who contracted it, but who survived.

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There's one and a half percent of this and there are 98.5% of this. So we are very thankful that we are among the 98.5%.

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We are thankful for all the other lessons that we learned, lessons in, in coming together lessons in understanding our family's lessons in survival lessons in strength, lessons in resilience.

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And we thank Allah subhanaw taala for this calamities come to teach us lessons. We don't ask for them. We seek relief from them. And so I seek relief on my behalf and all your behalf from this calamity to be delivered from it as quickly as possible.

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Well Salalah harana will carry while he was ibH main bharathiar salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.