Jumuah 065 When The Journey Is Destination Ii

Mirza Yawar Baig


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AI: Summary © The importance of knowing the time and how long it takes to achieve success in life is emphasized, along with the need to manage one's journey in a beneficial way and find a starting point. The speakers emphasize the importance of learning from the story and identifying decision points, finding the truth behind actions, and taking responsibility for one's own actions. The speakers also emphasize the need for a theory of victim thinking and building relationships with people. The discussion touches on the topic of death and the importance of rewarding individuals for their success, as it is crucial to legal behavior.
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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen Nakamoto who star in a

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movie he won at our rally on ours, we let him into the unforeseen arm and say Dr. Medina, Mejia de la, la, la la la, la la, la la, la la,

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la la la la jolla, Allah Juana shawanna. Mohammed Abu al solo, or sallallahu taala will have a Bashir on when

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there is no law he isn't he was

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Allah Allah Allah, Allah will merge even for Cornell homies out wilhemina shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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Yeah Ul levena mano de la Tato Patty wala Muto nyla. One Two Muslim one.

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My dear brothers and sisters Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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In sha Allah today, we will complete the lecture we started last tomorrow,

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which is when the journey is the destination.

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And last time I gave you some homework and anyone remember what the homework was? Am I not asking you to do it? How do you even remember it?

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What was over?

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Where are you? Where?

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Where are you going?

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means what?

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Right, in terms of our life, where is my life taking me and I request you to think about this to reflect on it? And to write down something right? Yes, right down to get

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it right. You're thinking about writing.

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Thinking about working doesn't make What happened? What happens if you work? work doesn't happen by thinking about work. Right? So my suggestion is, at least now, do it. Reflect on this, Allah Subhana Allah? And in the Quran, financial heaven? Where are you going? And that's what we asking ourselves, I'm asking myself, I'm asking you to ask yourself, where are you headed? Where are you going? Because unless we ask this question, how can we make a change of direction if it is necessary? Right? I'm not saying necessarily that everyone has to change direction, no, maybe unreliable in the right way. That's all power to you. But is that a measurable fact or not?

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In my other incarnation, I teach, among other things, Six Sigma quality at GE and other places. And one of the famous Six Sigma sayings of the guy who invented that quality standard called Michael Harry from Motorola, Michael Harris said if you want to see what people value, see what they measure.

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He said, If you want to see what people value, see what they measure. We all have heard of the saying, time is money. Yes. But obviously time is not money because we don't waste money, but we waste time.

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So we say Time is money, but it's in fact not money. I mean, we have no value for time, all the time is a non renewable resource.

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Time is a non renewable resource. Money is a renewable resource, money can come and go. But time doesn't come and go time only goes one way

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doesn't come back. Right. We had the longest lifespan the day we were born. And then we had a stopwatch which is running backwards. And then one day it will go ping

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and that is how most people say so and so died an untimely death. There is no such thing every death is timely. Every single death is there's no such thing as an untimely you know untimely death, the time of death is defined it is specified it is specific and it does not change. What is ah Lu la esta hirasawa stop the moon Allah subhanaw taala said, when the time of death comes, it is neither extended. Nor is it nor is it brought forward. Law is stuck around there is no Taki there is no extension of that. Well, I stuck the bone and there is no bringing it forward. It won't happen before its time It won't happen after it's time. There is a specific time of death for everyone it

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is written for everyone.

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And that's why we have to take stock for ourselves and say, especially since we don't even know how much more time is left.

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That would be rather nice, I suppose but I don't know maybe it is not nice because I suppose you know, I'm going to die on the 20th of October 2012 which is like you know how many days 15 days from now?

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I can say I would still be delivering this whole by inshallah.

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But what else would I be doing? I mean, if I had that thing hanging on my head, I have a date then maybe

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It will affect my life so I just kept it hidden is okay live as if you were living forever, you know, enjoy yourself and so on. Nothing wrong with that but follow the rules. And the rules are for our own benefit. It doesn't harm Allah it doesn't benefit Allah whether we do something good or bad. Allah subhana wa Jalla Jalla Allah who was Samad Lamia live

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the fact Allah subhanaw taala whether we worship if we don't worship, Allah is not dependent on anyone for anything is all the rules are for our benefit, if we follow the rules is good for us if we don't follow the rules is bad for us in the dunya well as both places

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and that's the reason why I requested you take stock of your life.

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I want to backtrack or half a page in my hotbar which is to look at the issue of perspective. And I mentioned to you that earlier this year I was in Namibia and the Etosha National Park Etosha is part of the Okavango Delta, which is, which extends from Botswana all the way into Namibia. And it is the flattest place in the world that I've ever seen. Absolutely, like a tabletop.

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Absolute like a tabletop. And I mentioned to you that I found just one tree, the whole place, I just want one tree and that, or at least the part I saw when I console plays is huge. But part I saw I just saw one tree and I that one tree was so important that I took a photograph of that tree. That's

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what See, why is that important? Why am I talking about flat places because without perspective, you get lost in a flat place. If you just start walking, trying to find direction, you will just go around and around in circles, and you perish.

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Right? Now, if you don't want to perish, you have to find a high spot climber tree, find some outcropping rock or something hillock and look for direction. And the ability therefore to be able to see two pictures simultaneously in your mind where I am now. And where I want to go. This ability is what we call perspective. Without perspective, it is impossible to have direction. perspective is a condition of direction. And as I explained to you, if somebody calls you now and says, I need to come to this module, where is it? How do I get here? What would you ask him?

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Where are you? Where are you because unless the person tells you where he or she is, you cannot possibly even give directions.

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And if they if they don't know where they are then minimum you can say all right, wherever you are, get to gvgmall and from gvgmall do such and such. Right? So go ask somebody you tell them some well known spot and you say we'll get to that Krishna or something which is in well known spot, and then you say from there, this is the direction. But without having a starting point without knowing where we are, it is not possible to tell you where to go. And the same thing applies in life. If we don't know where we are, if we have not taken stock of our own life to say where am I in terms of my life, then it's impossible to start to chart a goal. It's impossible to have a strategic pathway, and so

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on and so forth. That's very important, therefore to do that, and that's why this was the homework I gave you last week to say, please take stock of your life sit down and write it down. Where am I? Where do I want to go?

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And where am I headed? And then look at your own life and say, if this is where I am, and if this is where I want to go? then whatever I'm doing in my life, your job, your career, your daily activities, and so on. What do you have important? What is not important? your priorities? Are they taking you in that direction? Or are they taking you somewhere else?

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Yes, remember we are we cannot stop. Life is a journey. And the journey is it's like it's like standing on a moving walkway. Right, the road is moving, you got you got to stop even even if you stop, you're still moving. So if you don't want to be on this moving walkway, I don't know if you have been to any of the International Airport, by the way or something. If you see any of the international airports, they have the moving walkways, right. Now if you get onto the wrong walkway, then you go in the opposite direction. So if you find I'm going here and my gait is going that way, then what you do you get off this walkway. And you get onto the other one.

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Right. You can't say well, I let me sit here somehow this gate will come get will not come there's no somehow if you're going in the opposite direction, then you have to change. Change direction. Right. And that is the reason why it's very important for us. And that's why I said the journey is the destination. It's not the end, the end just in the journey itself is a destination and that journey we have to be able to manage this journey, in a way which is beneficial for us. Now, perspective comes from studying history. And by history. I don't mean the stories of kings. Because that's unfortunately how we are taught history. That's the worst way of learning is to the learning

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history is to ask

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ourselves, what did we learn from that story?

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And that's very important, because otherwise, just the stories by themselves have, you know, add the most of entertainment value, but beyond that they have no, it makes no sense. studying history is to understand the meaning of this history and say, Where has this history? Where is it taking me?

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What is this history? Right?

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Sadly, the way history is taught in our schools and colleges and so on, is pretty worthless, because it doesn't they nobody focuses on the stories, we focus on dates, and we say, who was born and on what day? And what happened. And that's kind of pointless. What does it matter who was born on which day? The key thing is to say, what did we learn from this, and that doesn't happen. And we have we know from our history, the whole issue of the issue of divide and rule and so on, which is how this country this country was colonized from, literally the 1200 or 1300, onwards, all the way down to the 1900s. So you're looking at close to six or 700 years or seven centuries of

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colonization by various people in the world. But to this day, if you look at modern current events and current politics in India, you can say that we learnt any lesson from 700 700 years of, of history. Now, therefore, the first cognitive tool that we need is perspective and second cognitive tool. We need to conceptualize solutions. This is a bit more complex, and it has two related issues. One is recollecting data from the past. And second one is conceptualizing your path going forward. Now, facts, facing facts is never easier, whether it's facing facts in terms of our history, meaning history of the collective, or whether it's facing facts, in terms of individual personal history,

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facing facts is never easy, right, we always like to justify the stances that we have taken in life. And that is the most stupid thing to do. most stupid thing. There is no sense whatsoever, as I told my my other incarnation is business development. And in that I teach people what do I teach people, I teach them how to run businesses. And one of the first thing I tell them is don't throw good money after bad. Just because you took a bad decision once doesn't mean that you have to support it by throwing good money after bad, cut your losses, kill it, before it kills you.

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Kill it before it kills you, it will kill you, believe me, it will kill you, you throw enough money behind it, it will kill you. So if you find that you took a wrong decision, or maybe you took the decision with all the best intentions in the world, and so on and so forth, but you are not able to live, you are not alone. So how are you supposed to correct? Me You made a mistake. But now you know, you made a mistake, do not deny that fact, don't go into denial makes no sense whatsoever.

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And if you go into denial, it doesn't change facts. If it's a bad decision, or a bad disease, it will kill you.

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And that's the perspective of looking at. That's why I say facing facts is never easy. There's a wonderful saying which says that not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed unless it is fixed.

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Not everything which is faced can be changed. But not but nothing can be changed, unless it is fixed. And that's why the stage of facing facts is the foundation of the whole exercise of making sense of our own past.

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The method I teach for some of you who have been to the LSE, we teach that in that in that program, where we asked you to draw a storyboard of your life, from your earliest memories to right where you are and say, well, where did my life take me? So we draw these diagrams or draw these pictures? And then we try to extract the learnings from that and we say, what are the thresholds of my life? Which are the key decision points that I that I faced? What kind of decisions did I take? Did they pan out? Did they not pan out? Did I or did I hit gold right dirt What happened? And from this, then we move forward, that and we move forward and we it gives us some sense of direction.

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In terms of where we go, once the lecture is over, you will have this whole text on the on the website, download it, read it for all the details. Now, one of the things that has happened to the Muslims as a oma as well as to individuals May Allah forgive us and protect us is a copout strategy which I call blaming.

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So we have gone into this. This is the this is the typical slave mentality. This is this is the mentality of losers. And that is that we export blame.

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So if you say well, you know how come you suck? How come your business sucks and everything about you sucks. z what is not my fault? It's that person's fault. Right? Is the fault of America. It's the fault of the Jews are the fault.

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The BJP are always somebody else. It's always somebody as the fault lies somewhere else.

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I'm innocent. I'm faultless, absolute stupidity. This is complete nonsense. This is absolute nonsense. And this is a sign of people who are losers.

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One of the things I teach is my theory of master and victim. This is a very typical victim stance that individuals take that nation stick and has nothing to do with your wealth, nothing to do with how much money you have nothing to hide power you have, there are instances historically of nations who have been the most powerful nation in the world, but they have always had a victim stance. And whatever happens to them is always somebody else's fault. Not because they didn't have that they had the money, they had the power they had the weapons they had the government, they had the influence, but they always were in what we call victim thinking.

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And the single most important and the single most distinguishable feature of victim thinking is blaming others. And my submission to my brothers and sisters, that is where we are today as Muslims and May Allah protect as many of us are there today as individuals.

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If you are interested in progress, if you are interested in doing something about your life, the first thing you need to do is get out of this victim stance. It is not anybody else's fault. It is our the power to change destiny has been given into our own hands. Allah subhanaw taala and when you come to the lectures inshallah we will have the lectures again this weekend, Saturday and Sunday. When we come to the part on other, I will explain this to UNC How is it that Allah has given destiny into our own hands? The other day, somebody sent me a very nice little quote, and this little quote was this child who is making the law and saying, oh, Allah, if you already wrote my destiny, why

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must I make dua?

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Right, if you already wrote my destiny, why must I make dua and the court says Allah subhanaw taala replies and says that maybe somewhere in that destiny, I said, whatever you ask,

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I will, this is not the Parana so don't hold me to it. But I'm saying that this is also inshallah, this is also our understanding of destiny as our Islamic understanding of destiny is this, the Allah subhanaw taala has given certain parts into our control, that is why we have that is why there is punishment and reward because the str is given to us.

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The difference between the Aikido asuna and the Akira Akira of the other area and the jabariya people who believe that we are much more mass that you know, they were it was it was, it was a thief is stealing, then he is forced to steal. This is our This is a blame on Allah subhanaw taala you first forced me to steal, then you chop my hand what kind of thing is this? Is this is this the justice? justice? Obviously, Allah subhanaw taala is not injured, not unjust. And therefore, Destiny is given into not everything you didn't choose to be born you will not choose to die. But what happens between the birth and the death and lots of stuff in that which is given into our own hands,

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but we have to take charge of that. If you are not going to take charge of that if you are going to spend our lives blaming the rest of the world, believe me, life will end one day, whether we blame someone whether we own responsibility or not, life will end.

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But the question is, what do we leave behind?

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When you are gone? What do you leave behind? In the Bible, there is a guy called Matthew Salah.

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And there's a wonderful quote which says Matthew Salah lived for 950 years, but all that they could say about him was that he died.

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That's not a particularly great obituary to leave behind. Who was our big? Well, we don't know, but he died.

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What's the point of living like that, you know, that's like living like a cow or something, you know, what I want your cow died,

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we converted into beachtek

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makes no sense. Let us let us let us elevate ourselves. Alhamdulillah Allah subhanaw taala has elevated us don't lower yourself down to as well as affiliate. And this, Tamara now as I've gone back into the worst, why? Because of our behavior. So we have to take charge of our life. And the first two of that is reflect on your own history. So last week, I told you to do something. What was that? Where are you going? What is your goal? Where is your life taking you

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this week, reflect on your history, look back at your own life, draw those diagrams, draw the life goal map and

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reflect on this and say what are the thresholds in my life? What are the key decisions that I took in from my earliest childhood till today? What are the thresholds what were the decisions and then go a step further and say, what were the choices that were available to me? What if instead of this decision I had taken the other decision, another option which was available to me, but I

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Didn't take it. But if I had taken that option, where would that have led me? This is not so that you go into a state of depressions Oh my God, I wish I had done No, I'm saying going forward, the same same choices are available to us. Today we are sitting here, whatever life is in ahead of you. There are always choices, which is the best choice? How do we pick this best choice and that is the key in this in this whole matter. As I said, those of you who came to the Elysee, we did this thing for you in July when we have the ADC again, come. And we'll do that. But meanwhile do it for yourself. At the end of the day, it is your life. So you got to work for it. Once you do that, then

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create a strategic roadmap, which will give you ideas about what are the milestones? How do I measure my progress? As I said, what you value measure to value a life measure it? What are the timelines? How do I measure progress going forward? And what are the resources that I need in this journey going forward?

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resources, remember is not only money, resources is first and number one resources Dan omala. What is my dialogue with Allah subhanho wa Taala? What do I need to do to improve and develop this dialogue better? Number one, number two, resource is your own behavior, your own ethics, your own values, your own morals, your own integrity? How do you change that, please do not live in a state where you believe that your actions do not affect your life. Every single action affects every good deed has an effect, every evil deed has an effect in this life itself, I'm not talking about the other and the other from Allah that is a different matter in this life itself, it has an effect. So

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let us look at that. And then third thing is resources in terms of course of money, if there is a if it is a project that involves that also very important resource in terms of our relationships.

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We are a people who have got used to using people, we use people, and then we throw them away like toilet paper.

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Yes. Believe me people have memories, people will not people are they don't go they don't have amnesia, because of what you did, right? If you use somebody, believe me, that person remembers that. And not only will he or she remember that they will take it to the grave. And while you are sleeping, they will be making dua against you. And they will tell the whole world and his wife what you did with them. And if you think that this will not affect you negatively, then you are on a trip smart stop smoking pot or whatever you're smoking because that's where you are, you're somewhere you know.

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Seriously, we have to look at our relationships, we cannot have relationships, the way we have relationships. today. I'm talking generally speaking, my experience of people and I'm generally speaking of how Muslims behave, May Allah forgive us. This is a real, real, real problem. There's no sense of loyalty to anybody. There's no sense of honor. There's no sense of a takeaway use people as long as the person is useful for you. You know, make make much of him.

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make much of this person but the minute you find that the person disagrees with you or for some reason you find the person is no longer useful. junk in the garbage. You think you put them in the garbage they have not run into any garbage they have gone into now the collection of people that you are creating, who are working against you.

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Seriously, I'm telling you my in my business in my management consulting business with Elijah Al hamdu, lillahi Rabbil aalameen for the last 15 years or more, I have never made a single cold call.

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Not one single cold call. I have never mailed one single brush I don't even have a printed brochure.

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I have never written one single letter to anybody with regard to my business. Why? Because my customers work for me.

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I've got a whole lot of people across the world who are rooting for me.

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So I get new business every year I get new business how did I How did you know for me because so and so told us

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because so and so told us?

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Doesn't happen this 28 years of conscious working? no accident. No accident. I don't I don't use people I don't junk people.

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I have got more than 2000 phone numbers in my phone. Why?

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I call people I talk to people I write letters. I share material freely. People many people criticize me they say you are a trainer. You are a management consultant. And if we go to your website, we can download almost everything free. We go to another website we can we can download videos free. This is your raw material.

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This is like Microsoft giving away you know computers or something. You got all these meals. Bill Gates is giving Bill Gates even nothing y'all are big gifts.

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All stuff available free just before I came to the gym and somebody, one of these principles of one of the Muslim schools in South Africa emailed me, I've got to do this lecture. Can you send me some slides, I sent him three or four complete presentations.

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I don't know how many of you or even how many of you can even appreciate what I mean by a complete presentation. Try and make one try and make one slide.

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I sent him for

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neither he nor any of his students is ever going to be a client of mine. I can give it to you in writing.

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There are 1012 year old kids while they grow up, I be dead and gone.

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Why do I do it? Because the world is round. What goes around comes around.

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You don't have to do something only in one place for it to happen. The water that drains on Hyderabad, the rain that falls in Hyderabad, what didn't come out was in saga. And thank God for that because I don't know what would have happened to you.

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What you do relationships, very, very, very important in life, build relationships, maintain relationships, there's absolutely no gain in being abrasive, absolutely no gain and being sarcastic. Absolutely no gain in being nasty to people for no rhyme or you might you might feel very, you know, like a cat, you know, I just chopped his head off very nice.

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Now in one place, on one hand, he will grow forward and all four of them will be bad talking to you. So that's you know, good for you.

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Relationships very, very important. That is the whole key of

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the issue behind this. So three key things, where are you going?

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What is that one? history? And third one? Yeah.

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The conceptualization on what did I learn from that my relationships and then your strategy, strategic plan going forward. Now, last point.

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What do you do is you're faced with challenges where you find that after doing all of this, still, you're not succeeding?

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Right? Because no matter how much masterful thinking you do, believe me, there is something called a stone wall it will hit you sometime.

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So what do you do?

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And see the beauty of this dng the beauty of this column of Allah subhanaw taala see the beauty of the of the teachings of Muhammad Rasul Allah Azza wa sallam, nothing is left to choice, nothing is left to chance that is up to you to guess.

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We are informed.

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Allah Allah Allah said, All wilhemina shaytani r rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim. Allah Wa comitia immunol Whoa, evildoer even Apple see minella mwalimu Lm fusi Watson camarat wobba she saw Vereen Baba she saw in Aladdin Isaiah Saba Tomasi baton calu Paulo inna lillahi wa in la de la

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la sala follower on Mira beam Rama

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II como todo Allah subhanho

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wa Taala Naboo Monaco, the Lamb of tequila verily and surely we will try you if Tila

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if the law we will try you It's like the people they assess gold rabbit on a on a stone to see Is it is it pure is not pure. Allah subhanaw taala doesn't see to to assess because Allah knows already. But Allah says we will test to surely we will test you with what we show you mental health with fear.

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Well, Joe with hunger, one oxymetholone world am I creating loss in your wealth while I'm inside yourself illnesses was summarized in your children in your families. And then what happens when all these tests come

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over series savarin there is Bashara there is good news. There is glad tidings for people who make summer wasabi, who are the submarine and levena Isa asaba. Tomasi Ba, these are the people who when they are faced with these Messiah, what do they do? They say Carlo, they say in narela here

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it is Allah subhanaw taala elementa family God destroyed, entire family goddess. So what did you say Alhamdulillah Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah it is your milkier it is your mahalo. It is your project. It is your possession. You have the right to do whatever you like. accumulate Yaki mahalo Luca sarova. Jessie after pseudo former former haram Al hamdu, lillahi Rabbil aalameen no crying no weeping No, no blaming no nothing.

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hamdulillah what happens? A child dies, where is he gone? Has he gone anywhere?

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He's gone from this dunya to another, and hamdulillah and he's in a better place. Now. He's not worried about all the stuff that we are worried about our family life he died as a Muslim. He died on Huck

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Then he's with Allah subhanaw taala Allah subhanaw taala will reward and will give him Allah Alhamdulillah

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what is that what is there to cry about? What is it? What is there to to go into a decline in a depression what why do we have this demand for what is demand does not help us in times of Messiah, what is the good of the man?

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And that is the that is the question that is the question and that is what Allah is telling us in this ayah. So, therefore, this issue of sugar and sulfur is mentioned in many places in the Quran

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which shows the following number one it shows so three things firstly that tests are a promise from Allah

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and why to test comm to raise our dad what is the rest of desire hula gala him salvato, mira beam Baraka, these people who are these people, these are the people who have their daraja arrest, Allah him Salawat to Mira beam Rama, there is blessing from Allah subhanho wa Taala on them what is people, the people who make several people in LA when Allah Raja when they are faced with the difficulty Rasulullah sallallahu said when somebody child dies, Allah subhanho wa Taala us and as I mentioned many times before, whenever we are asked is not because Allah needs to know is to establish a hajah in the favor of the slave. Allah subhanaw taala asked malaco mode. What did my

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slave say when you took the when you took the life of his child Amala como to say Arabella mean your slaves did not complain. They said Alhamdulillah it is the motherlove Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah Allah says you'll be witness that what is for them What can I do other than giving them

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what Allah? Obviously we don't we don't we don't you know, ask for such things a hamdulillah Messiah, whatever they come they come from Allah subhanaw taala May Allah protect us from the Masai men still give us gender inshallah, this is in the hands of a lot smarter, but color is color. When something happens when something happens. You did not know I did not know what that child came with a date of death date of death. Just like you and I came with the date of death. We didn't know that when the child was born. But he came with six months of life he came with four years of life he came with 20 years of life he came with 10 years of whatever it was.

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But when the child dies, what did we do? sobor Alhamdulillah why because we are Muslim.

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And what is Allah promising for this? Jana? Jana forgiveness of Allah subhanaw taala

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my brothers and sisters, please understand the issue of sobor in Islam sobor in Islam is not to sit and do nothing. It is not that

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tawakkol is not to sit and do nothing tawakkol is to do the ultimate of effort that we can make maximum intelligence maximum effort and then Stan before Allah subhanaw taala I have done my best, but I know that this will not help. What will help is your color. What will help is your Mr. Euler

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send down your decisions in my favor.

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This is summer and that's the reason why Allah subhanaw taala used the term Siberian to mention the Mujahideen

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Allah subhanaw taala in Surah Allah subhanaw taala said

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of Allah one khumba alamanda v khumba for comin calm me atones ah baritone yes la boo me attain, or any comin come Alfie Yakubu alfine de la la la Hama Siberian allies using the term Siberian what were the submarine is talking about whom he's talking about the people in Basel. He's talking about the Sahaba is one image mine who are in Jaffe Sevilla, Allah said allow Allah has lightened your task for you knows that there is weakness in you. So if there are 100 suberin 100 people have suffer, they will overcome 200 and if there are among you 1000, they will overcome 2000 with Divi Zilla with deliver formosana with Allah and Allah subhanho wa Taala is with us Siberian please

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understand wherever the word sobor and savarin has come. Allah subhanho wa Taala has used his term of Mariette wha hoo mas savarin Allah subhanaw taala talked about rewarding many things that Allah will give this adger and that other but for the for sobor. Allah said Allah is with you.

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There is a huge difference. There is a major major difference. That's why as you understand the Quran is a major difference in somebody saying the king says I will give you $100,000 Very nice.

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Thank you very much. But the king says doesn't say anything about giving. The king says I am with you.

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I'm with you. What does that mean? Is he now you're talking about $100,000 or you are talking about the entire kingship? You're talking about the whole authority of the king, the power of the king? Which one?

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So if the king says I am with you, then you

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You know what, let that be what you know how much money will give me a holla whatever you

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you haven't understood who is the king? You haven't understood that oh La, La La La La La La Silla Karim Allah Allah Allah. Allah Allah Allah, Allah, Allah

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who is a lot of brothers sisters, I asked Allah subhanaw taala to fill our hearts with his note and to open our hearts to his Asmath and his agent.

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Think about this who is Allah

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resided desire the 100,000 times Allah Allah knows best how many times but you know the beautiful and we must allow the the column of Allah subhanaw taala to enter our hearts.

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And Allah subhanaw taala mentioned before he met him before he introduced himself, Allah subhanaw taala mentioned the effect of understanding that introduction.

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He mentioned the effect of understanding the interaction. Yes.

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And that was one of the taala said LaWanda la hora de la right. Oh, Mutasa, dia Hashimoto sodium in Casa de la wattle columns.

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Alina de la lomita Kuru Allah said if this book is sent down on a mountain, the mountain will humble itself and be reduced to nothing. Just

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by with what mean Shatila. The sign of an alum is Hachette in the heart that is the only standard that Allah subhanaw taala.

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Allah did not mentioned going to this Jamia that Jamia this mother's or that mothers or this Kitab that Kedah know Allah subhanaw taala scaccia to la

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lucha de la

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la swatara sir, who are the

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the people who have CATIA

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it Noah yaksha la homina a baddie Hill, Allah, Allah said the verily The automa are the people from among all the bad from among all the slaves, they are the people who have cashed out of their hearts.

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And what is the benefit of Russia? What is the daraga Allah said in Accra McComb in the law he at the best of you in the eye it's all in the with Allah is the one who has the greatest taqwa the greatest cash at the heart

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of the law, and this culture to Allah. That's the reason why these Ayat of surah Takahashi and we'll see the introduction of Allah subhanaw taala in that and close with that, that is the set of begins first with dimension of worship Allah

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with the mention of Allah what is Casa de la casa to lies that which will stop your hand anytime Your hand is raised to do something which is disobedience of Allah, Masha, Allah is that which will stop your tongue anytime you intend to use your tongue in the disobedience of Allah Hachette Allah is that which will stop your eyes anytime you intend to look at something which Allah has prohibited. Allah is that which will close your ears. Anytime you want to listen to something which Allah has prohibited. Sasha tala is that which will stop you from walking in a direction which Allah subhanaw taala has as privated has utilized that which will stop you from spending in that which

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Allah subhanaw taala has privated Allah which is that which will stop you from taking what Allah subhanaw taala has prohibited from eating and drinking and doing what allows one authorized private cashier to lie is not a great mystery. cashola is visible in every action, in every speech, in every intention, in every thought. And in every dream that we do. That is crucial to law, the measurement of that is possible in our own lives. And then Allah subhanaw taala described Why must we have Kasha to law because of this one law hola de la

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ilaha illa who

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he was

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or he

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hola hola de la

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ilaha illa Whoa. La co co Sala Mo Mo. Mo Haman

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Haman o la z.

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Mata Kabir, Saba and Allah

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Subhana Allah

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who Allah, Allah

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you u sub D hola hola is

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the wahoo allies is all highkey

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sisters, the one who has come to LA is like the one who has looked into 1000 watt halogen bulbs. When he turns his eyes away he can only see that light. He cannot see anything else. He's blinded to the rest of the world. May Allah subhanaw taala blind us to the whole world and maybe only see the

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More of Allah insha Allah in our lives was debilitating while he was a big man