Lessons from the Anbiya #67

Mirza Yawar Baig

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Al hamdu lillah Hello Bill Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Showfield Ambia evil mursaleen Muhammad Rasul Allah is Allah Allah who also sell them the Steven cathedra and Katia, pharma Babu, my brothers and sisters, we are back on the story of Musa alayhis salam. Just think about that how wonderful it is for somebody like Mousavi said I think about think about yourself. Now, if you think about yourself and say, What is my legacy? What is it that I leave behind? How can I live my life in a way which is of benefit to others? Sure, Musa Islamize interview of Allah Jalla Jalla Lu, and therefore he had that advantage over us. But this is a challenge. And

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this is a opportunity that's available to every single one of us, which is to live our lives in a way, which is more than the material stuff. You know, how much money did you make? What kind of house did you have? What kind of car do you drive? Today, the whole focus of our thinking and our desires, and our hopes and our aspirations, is purely material. And that is a to me, this is a very, very big disadvantage. And also, this is one of the major reasons why we as Muslims, as the OMA, as in, collectively speaking, have so little influence in the world. And that's because being influential is not part of our

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thinking. Right? Now, we don't think in those terms, this is a very, it, just imagine, think about that. What I want you to do is go home, and sit with your children ask each child to tell you what's in their heart as far as their life goals are concerned, right? Don't criticize, don't interrupt, don't try to talk, don't try to tell them what to say. Just listen to them.

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I bet you that the vast majority, if not all of them are going to tell you things which are of a materialistic nature, right, I want to make some money, I want to work for this company, I want to drive this kind of a car, I want to have this kind of a house, and so on and so on all material stuff. How many of you have children who will tell you things to do with influencing to changing society, to leadership

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to achieving something which is worthwhile, a great discovery, a great invention, right? To taking away of, of the pain of somebody in some place? How many of you have if you have children like that, if even one of your children says that. So Allah first of all, be very, very thankful to Allah subhanaw taala and then support that child and try to try to infect the others minds also, with those kinds of aspirations. Let's just imagine for Ask yourself, we we like to talk about our, our history as Muslims. And we like to talk about the young people in our history. You talk about that. And when you talk about Mohammed bin Qasim, you talk about, you know, sad been mad.

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Sad, bingeable

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modvigil modvigil? Rhodiola? No, we talk about all of these people, young people, youthful people, what do you think was in their heart?

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The old and material even then it's not a question of which car and so on, instead of a card, that person would have said a horse or something. But the point is that, do you think that somebody like 30 wins? Yeah, who conquered the Iberian Peninsula and?

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And Spain? Do you think he was focused on how much money he is willing to make in life?

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A What was he focused on? No, think about that. Think about this as a what were the aspirations of those people? Even if you take people I mean, take take, for example, Genghis Khan, not a Muslim nothing. And

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the downside of it was that he's probably the the largest, the biggest mass murder ever to exist on the face of the planet. But on the upside of it, if you look at it, here was a man who was focused on joining his people together, creating one

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unit, united, Mongol horde, and on conquering as much territory as he as he caught what was what were his aspirations you know, but was it was it was it wealth,

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material wealth. Now, this is something we have to address in our schools, but even before the schools is something that we must address in our homes and say what kind of aspirations when I when we talk about my life, what is the message of my life? When people think about think about or, or or read about my life? What are they taking away from that? The reason I'm saying that is take somebody like Musa Islam as I told you them being an AVI is a different issue. But if you just look at his life, what an amazingly rich life Musa alayhis salam lived, how many millions of lessons that we draw from his life I mean, people like me have been talking about Musa Islam and and

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His life and the lessons we learned from his life from for, you know, decades generations, right? And we never run out of lessons. If you take the MBA level CERAM taken solos, we have, you know, the most beautiful the most the richest

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life for anyone who is data mining for leadership lessons, for example,

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I have a book I've actually two books on Syrah, one called Syrah is the answer the second the other one is called the first one is called Leadership Lessons from the life of a solar setup. And the second one is called sea rise the answer Leadership Lessons from the life of Rosa salaam handle has been translated into five different languages. But the point I'm saying is that this is the and this is I think, I've touched on a minute a small little piece out of his life Salah is if you look at the unlimited number is just it's a question of the of the writer or the teachers capacity to extract those lessons. It's not the shortage of lessons just the inability of a person to encompass

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all that and that is what Musa Islam also brings for us. Now, as we were talking about how Allah subhanaw taala said that the hearts have been hardened. And Allah subhanaw taala said that

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they are they are hard and they are so hard they even harder the stones because water gushes out of stones and stones split with the issue of Allah subhanaw taala but nothing happens to the hearts of human beings. And here the Burning Man Israel or the or the micarta. But if you look at it, we have to look at all of this from our perspective and see what is the nature what is the sign of what is the condition of my heart, that tears are a sign of the softness of the heart

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tear shed for the fear of Allah subhanaw taala for the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala for

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for the for the love of Allah subhanaw taala to see a lot of Allah Tala ins on in Gemini in sha Allah, right for this for to cry for Allah, and just one era while I love you more than anyone, anything else will lie. And this is the thing to tears come to the eyes because of that. Rebellious Ness on the other hand is the opposite. It leads to the ceiling of the doors on his eye.

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When you're rebellious, now, there's no one who has more who you are than Allah subhanaw taala more Vera, then Allah subhanaw taala so if you continuously reject what Allah is giving the gift, which Allah is giving, right, the gift of example, take salah, Salah is a gift of Allah's Valentine the permission to come into the court of Allah subhanaw taala anytime you want, and compulsorily five times a day, this is the Namath of Allah, Samantha, this is the gift of Allah.

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So that we somebody who does that with understanding can never have anything negative in their heart, they can't have any sadness, they can't have any,

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any anxiety, they cannot have despair, they cannot have depression, because you're going into the court of Allah subhanaw taala, five times a day. And you are you have to have access to,

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to basically do ask Allah Subhana Allah and Allah has no limits to what he can give you.

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So how can somebody with that kind of access to the Rabbul aalameen You're not talking here about access to some powerful people or some billionaire or whatever? Here we are talking about access to the creator of every single thing that exists. Harley who coolly Assia while a while this creator of all conditions, the creator of relief, the creator of pain, the creator of of cures, the creator of, of every single thing that exists, yet free access to him gelato five times a day compulsorily. And then as many times thereafter, as we want, how can somebody who is aware of that, who has this access? Who has this realization, this dis understanding of where he's standing, what is standing

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there for? How can that person then have this in the same heart?

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Negative anything negative, right? So as soon as I said, I'm said, Now, people

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also said, oh, people, Allah has made Hajj further on you. So make Hajj

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and we're looking at now the bunnies rise, way of asking question after question. So nobody's SLM said, oh people Allah has made Hajj for Dhanu. To make. Now a man stood up, and he said, is it to be done every year? jasola. Now, he said, kept silent, he did not answer. The man asked him three times is it to be done every year? Is it to be done every year? Then also? He said, If I say yes, it will be made further on you and you will not be able to do it. Now imagine this is always a solo Salem, had the interest of the office OMA at heart. So here he's saying Allah made hard for two hearts. What must you do? Go into hearts.

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Here the man standards standards

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It says, should it be done every year? That always assumes that if I say yes, then Allah will make this for you.

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And then you will not be when you will not be able to do it every year. So now if you don't do it every year, you are a sinner.

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Right? So

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the other way of asking are very important. You know, this is very important to say, how do you ask something? First of all, what do you ask?

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We have a habit of just asking anything we want that so good. Before you talk before you ask, think about is is this something that I should ask? Number one, number two, is

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when you ask,

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ask yourself with this answer, what do I want to do with chance?

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Because many times people ask questions which are which have really nothing to do with any action.

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Allah, Allah mentioned this in the Quran also, unless I was one that I said with, with people out with the horrible cough. People have this argument, how many? How many? Were they were there? Five, or the six? Were the seven or the eight? You know that dog? What color was a dog? What breed was a duck? Now? What are you going to even if you get, first of all these answers, nobody can give us? But I'm saying even if you get these answers, what will you do with that? What is the point of that information?

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That makes no sense. So if there is our cover three or four or 10? What difference does it make to you? If the dog was white or black or whatever wonderful, what difference does it make?

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The real question we should be asking is, why did the US have will have leave their town and go and stay in a cave.

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We know why. Because in the tower in the city, the ruler would not allow them to practice and live by Islam.

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So, they left the place and they went. Now therefore, what is the lesson that I need to learn?

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The lesson I need to learn is that I am not going to give procedures to anything over and above the practice of my religion.

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So if I have a job in which I'm not allowed to pray or I have no time to pray, then I will leave the job.

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I will try to make you know I will try to find ways of praying

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I will find to try to ask the people there give me five minutes to do my first Salah on time. But if for whatever reason they say no, this is not possible, we cannot allow you to ever leave the job. Because my Razzaq is Allah Subhana Allah the job is not the provider of my provisions, Allah subhanaw taala is the provider

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if my job will not allow me to dress in the way that also Salah mucilaginous I'm not saying where it's where thobes and Shirakami something No, I'm saying that the the chalet requirements of dress.

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If the job for example says you must only wear shorts, sorry, we cannot we cannot work like that. Because it is not permissible for the Muslim to have clothes to wear clothes like that.

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If the Job says that for the woman that she cannot wear her hijab, he says to the man who cannot have your beard,

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then sorry, that's not the job you want.

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I will leave the job and I will look for a job where I can do I can practice my religion, I am doing something for myself. My beard is my face. How does it bother anybody? So if somebody puts a rule there saying you cannot have a beard, sorry, I'm not interested in this job.

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My hijab is on my head, why does it bother you?

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If it bothers you, then you are you have the that is your problem and I deal with it. I'm not going to take my hijab off, because you don't find it pleasing. I'm not wearing it for you. And whether you like it or don't like it and nothing to do with me.

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This is the lesson These are lessons we learned. Instead of that you asking if people asking questions which have no relevance to here. Now, Michelle said I'm said

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and therefore he said, If I say yes, then Allah will make it further new and you will not be able to do it. Then he said, leave me alone with what I have left you with.

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People were destroyed before you because they went back and forth. And they asked that Ambia question if I question after question. If I tell you to do something, do it. If I stop you from doing something, then stop doing it. But don't keep asking questions.

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Right. Now, this does not mean that you should that you should not ask questions to clarify doubts. But it refers to

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needless questions, either rebellious questions, or the questions of a nature where you know you are searching for useless information. And basically that information has no has no use. But you're still asking those questions and searching for the information. Just talking about those kinds of questions.

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There's a hadith of the man who was injured and then took a bath because they told him that you could not do time for his gentlemen

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Now, this person was injured he had an injury in the head. And this was a group that was coming back from Syria from an expedition. And he had a

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wound in his head. And he needed to make hosel because he was in a state of Genova. And

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the people said to him, you have to have a bath you there's no way you must have a bath. So the man had a bath, and he died. Because of that, he died. There was a certain set of said they killed him. So may Allah kill them. The cure of ignorance is to ask Mr. Santa was very upset.

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So he calls them he said you killed him. May Allah kill you.

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May Allah forgive me? Why am Allah protect us from this? The cure of ignorance is to ask.

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So very important for us to understand from here don't give fatwa if you don't know, don't talk about something that you are not aware of. The Sharia is not a game.

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Right.

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Amara Delano refused to answer hypothetical questions. He said when it comes then come back and I will bring the people of butter and we will make matura and give you an answer.

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Somebody asked him Malik, I want to lolly. He said, If you are on the moon,

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how would you pray Salah in which direction? Malik said when you get to the moon when you are going to the moon then ask me I will tell you

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don't ask me hypothetical questions.

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He might say well today we need this answer because people are going to the moon

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would be wonderful. Really think about this as you go to the moon and you pray there to rock out of Salah. So Allah

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Now Musa Salam was very shy. So Bani Israel

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said that Musa Ali's covers himself up because he has a disease. And they said he had leprosy or syphilis. This was

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amazing many people have in their own Nabhi they were so rebellious against him and they're so antagonistic to him and they're so aggressive against him, even though he was responsible for to take them out of state of slavery. So Allah subhanaw taala wanted the bunny side to see that there was nothing wrong with Musa Musa Islam is to go

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and into the river and bathe in a place where nobody could see him alone. So one day, we took off his clothes to bathe and he put his clothes on a rock and the rock ran away with his clothes. And when all around the bunnies, right with Musa Islam chasing it.

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So when when Israel had seen that he was the best of Allah's creation, Allah subhanaw taala stopped the store. Musa alayhis salam hit the stone with this stick and left left marks on it. I mean, you got so it, you know, he beat up the stone, but anyway, there's not the postman's fault, Allah subhanaw taala did this to show the one is right there Musa alayhis salam was

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Adam dilla he was perfect.

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The Musa Allah is lambda Musa Elisa and then last, harmless Allah who passed away. Then Musala Salam was visited by multiple mode in the form of a man. He came and asked musasa Are you ready to die? Musa Islam slapped him and knocked his eye out. Now miracle mode went to Allah subhanaw taala. And of course Allah knows. And he said, Oh Allah, You sent me to a man who does not want to die.

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If I did not know that he was that he loves you, I would have made it difficult. Allah subhanaw taala said to him, go back to him and tell him to put his hand on the back of an ox. And I will give him one year for every hair he touches. So mucilage Allah said do this. So Monica mouth went back and he said to rosary salah, here is the rocks, we will take your hand rub your hand along the body of the ox. And for every single hair that your hand touches Allah will give you one year more

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so Musala Salam said and then what?

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Bulaga masa then there's death.

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And then there is death by their misery theorems. Temper also had come down so he said, I will. I'm ready to go. Now let me die now. Now masala Salam wanted to live to be able to see lead his people into Jerusalem.

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And that's why he wanted to live is not living for any material means he you know he wants to. But then he realized that this was not audit that Allah had not ordained for him to lead the people. Because when they when Musa al salaam did take them the money Israel refused. They refused to go into Jerusalem. So Allah subhanaw taala as a Shia, Allah subhanaw taala decided that this whole generation has to die and pass away before Jerusalem will be given to them.

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So Musa Islam then therefore

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Ready to Die. And then he said America take me as close to Jerusalem as you can so that I can die there.

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The only reason they could not enter the Promised Land is because the Bani Israel betrayed him.

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So he wanted to at least die close to Jerusalem So Salah salaam died in the wilderness near Jerusalem. Surah Selim said that during his

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journey of Israel Mirage, he said I saw the grave of Mousavi Salaam and I saw him standing in Salah in his grave, He was praying to Allah subhanaw taala in his grave. Now this is a special

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gift for the Amelia Salon, that Allah subhanaw taala will allow them will give them life in the grave, and they will be allowed to pray in the grid. Musa al Salaam is one of them. Also, the Earth has been ordered not to touch the bodies of the VRMs Salaam. So the Miriam said I'm gonna live in the graves as living people. This is something that we also know and hear about many pious and good people that accidentally somebody digs up a grave and they found they find this person who is you know, as if he's just sleeping.

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In one case, they accidentally injured the leg of the person and he started bleeding. Right so the person will been dead for years.

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I'm like these are all,

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all keramat not of the individual but of ALLAH SubhanA. Allah Sumatera does things which are sometimes different from how

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you know normally how they happen. And Allah does this to show us his Hydra and His power and His glory.

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Then we have the story of IDI story of strange things, which is the story of Musa alayhis salam and Susanna, listen. Now Musa Salah one day, he was speaking to the bunnies, right? He stood on the member, and one of them asked him who was the most knowledgeable who is the most knowledgeable person today?

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So Musa Islam said me, I am the ones. Now think about this, because in Muslim time, the Nabee of the time is always the one who has the most knowledge because the nobbies the and especially in the time of Musa Islam because he was the cyber Sharia he had brought the Kitab the Torah. And so him saying that I'm the most knowledgeable was factually correct. But Allah subhanho wa Taala

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does not like that. So Allah said, Why did you not say Allah knows best?

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He should have said that Allah knows best. Now, he didn't say that. Well, as Martha said, that is one person one of my slaves who has more knowledge than you. So Musa is gonna see the the humility of musasa right? He did not even when he said I have the most knowledge he was not being arrogant, right? You didn't say Well, I'm the smartest, I'm the best. No, he said that because that's what he genuinely believed. But the moment Allah smart Allah told him that there is somebody else who has more knowledge than you have Musa SLM humidity is so beautiful. His immediate thing is Allah please take me to him. Let me learn something from him. So he said, Allah, how can I learn from him?

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How can I learn? He didn't say center man to me, you know, he said, let me go. This is part of the other half of learning that the student goes to the teacher. The student waits for the teacher, the student

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is early for the class, the teacher if to make your teacher wait for you is against the other of learning. This is a very disrespectful thing. One of the Sahaba on an aside, one of the Sahaba he wanted an explanation for something, some one of the idols of Quran. So he went to Abdullah nabasa house.

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Now I'm driving a bus with a young man. And this sabew When there was a it was an elderly person. So he went there and he realized that he had come at the afternoon siesta time, so very, very hot. It was and you know, people were resting, so he just sat down in the shade of the wall of the house outside the house on the ground. Now Abdullah nabasa Dylan who he must have been resting on something. So for Serato Assa, he came out of the house as soon as he came out of the house, he saw this man sitting there he says he made salaam to him. He said, Yeah, my uncle Miami, why is he here? So he said, I came to ask you a question is why you should have knocked on the door.

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You should I come inside. He said no, he said this is against the other of the

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of the student. He said, I came to ask you so for this, you are my teacher, and it is against my against the other for me to disturb you. So the law says, You are my teacher you are teaching me this Suhaila this is the this is the the o'clock the Islamic o'clock Islamic manners that we need to learn and to teach each other.

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So Musa Islam said y'all

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How can I learn from him? Now this was an

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Narosa Selim said that he got his name because once he was sitting on some dry grass and when he got up the grass turned green.

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Now was that SLM took his servant. USIA, who is usually known, who is in the biblical names is called Joshua, you shall be known. He took him with him and they went in search of al Qaeda. Now he was

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you shall be known later than became the enemy. He was appointed Allah made him there'll be over the bunnies right after Musa Lisanna passed away. Now Musa alayhis salam was a story with physically Salam shows how he was interested in learning and how humble he was, and how he was willing to sacrifice his time and make the effort to go and learn. Even though he was an IV and he received way

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that he was an IV he received but he was a shout sandwich setiap he's not just any ordinary, he was a he was a Rasul. He's among the Assam mineros. So he was a very, very important, even among the EBR. Among the Russell's is one of the most important of them, despite he was very, very humble.

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So Allah subhanaw taala told us the whole story of Musa and Elisa and because of a Salam in in SOTL cough, and we have this whole story. Well, as Tara said, I was Wilhemina shaytani R rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim way to call them was Ali Fattah Hula, hula hula magma Alba ENIO I'm the hooba for Amara Majima Rabine Hema and se Yahoo. Tahoma whoa Tahoma Avada Sabina Whoville Buhari Saba phylum Maja was up on it but that who it and I

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Let me just complete the translation of these beautiful ideas of sort of the governor, incidentally, as we all know, so the Gulf is a Surah of with many, many for a while. And one of the most important things is something that was also sort of advised us to read to read and recite every Friday. And he said that from one Friday to another, when you recite it, there will be a no there will be a light and go from one Friday to another when you recite Surah Al Kahf insha Allah and

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also the surah is a

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protection from

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in heavy season myhockey, that whoever reads through the cuff on the day of dua will have a light that will shine from him from one Friday to the next and this is in by hockey. The

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other thing is to remember and understand that, so the coffee is also protection against against the job. It's a surah with phenomenal amounts of learning.

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And it talks about four major challenges that we face in life which is challenge of wealth chaklis job first of all, challenge to the religion, challenge of wealth, challenge of power and authority and challenge of knowledge. And these are the very important lessons to learn from so cafe, to come to the ayat which I recited for you in sort of a cup last round that I said, and remember when Musa said to his boy servant, I will not give up traveling until I reached the junction of the two seas or until I spend years and years in traveling. Now this was the last round that I had given him this direction of where to find

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his LA Salaam. And this was at the junction of two what is the water two seas. So he says, I am going through that and it doesn't matter how many years it takes me. But when they reached the junction of the two seas, they forgot their fish and it took its way through the sea as in a tunnel. So they took something to eat on the way and this was a fish that they had. And this fish when they came to the to that junction Musa

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usually known was was walking behind was it Sarah and his fish

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fell on leapt out of his container whatever it wasn't, went into the sea into the water and when when it went into the water it it may it looked as if there was a tunnel in the water that this fish was swimming through.

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So and then but you shall be known didn't mention this to moosari Salami didn't say Oh, officials gone he didn't send the pocket. So when they pass father on to beyond that fixed place, Musa said to his

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to his boy, servant, bring us money meal truly we have suffered much fatigue in this our journey. He said, get this fish, let us cook it to eat. So he said Do you remember when we we took ourselves to the rock? I indeed forgot the fish. None but shaitan made me forget this thing and it took its course into the sea in a strange way. So his boy said, if you remember the place to be, you know in some distance in the past, we passed we passed over there was this rock and we were there. Maybe they sat there for a while I don't know what they did anyway, he said that this fish went away into the sea. And I should have told you what I forgot shaitan made me forget and this was a strange

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thing. So Musa Islam said that is what we have been seeking. So they went in, went back again retrace their steps.

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I love those best how many hours they have been working.

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Then they found one of our slaves and lots of other things and to whom we had bestowed mercy from Us and whom we had taught knowledge from us. Unless mantos it day that is where Musa Salah Met Police. Musa said to him he said okay, the police may follow you so that you teach me something of that knowledge, which is the guidance and the true path.

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which you have been taught by Allah.

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He said, Verily, You will not be able to have patience with me.

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He said, I have not, I have no objection, but you will have difficulty because you will not have patience with me.

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Like all good teachers, he knows himself.

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And he said, It is and it is understandable because how can you have patience about a thing that you don't know?

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Meaning he said, You are going to see me doing things that you won't understand and you will, you know, maybe you will ask me questions you will bug me so to speak. So, Amazon said, if Allah wills, you will find me patient and I will not disobey you in anything. So he said, There are exams and then if you follow me, asked me not about anything until I mentioned it to myself. He said, now you're with me.

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If you see anything, if you see me doing something, don't ask questions, until I tell you myself, when the time is right,

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now Musa is Rama grip so they both proceeded then when they till they embarked a ship so they came to this river or body of water, whatever, whatever it was the need to walk across there was this boat and these men were there. And literally Salam scuttled the boat, he

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he made a hole in the boat in the bottom of the boat and the boat sank. So most of us did this, you you scuttle the boat to drown the people rarely you have committed a very bad thing. I mean, you said what is this? You are you are you have damaged these people's boat and they would have drowned. Do you committed a big mooncup Imran say an Emirati is something which is evil and bad and dreadful.

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Now it was a nature of Musa masala was a amazingly amazing human being he was very strong, very upright, he was very activist. And of course he he would not and could not just simply sit and see something happening. Especially something wrong, he could not just sit and see it happening without doing something about it. If you recall, we talked about his journey to Medea, where he met his future wife to be for example. Now when he went there what it is he saw these two girls trying to water their sheep and the men who were there with their cattle and camels and whatnot, they will not allow these girls to get to the well to the to the water source. So bizarre is that he was a new man

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there. He didn't know anybody there he was alone. He would not as if he had force and power anything. So he could have taught himself well okay, so this is life, right? It happens and he could have just simply washed it happening but not Musa Musa Islam went in there. he you know he had the girls he moved those men aside and so on. So this was Musa his nature he just couldn't simply sit quietly.

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He saw those two people fighting the the Egyptians and the bunnies Riley and Musa have interfered in that in the process, the Egyptian got killed. So Musa has always stood for what he believed to be right. And he always asked questions and he was a very activist kind of person. So now he sees whether or not they're going to the one across the river. And they come to the border because it is wrong. Since the book The Messiah is obviously he is he's perplexity is upset.

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So he said, Ali Salam Did I not tell you that you will not be able to have patience with me? So Musa said, um, said, Okay, God, do not call me to account for what I forgot. And do not be hard upon me for my affair with you. We said, I'm sorry. I shouldn't have asked you a question.

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Then they both proceeded till the matter, boy, they found a young boy. And Elisa Lam killed him. Now Musa rams just couldn't give parts. He said, do you kill an innocent person who has done no harm? He killed nobody. He killed nobody and you killed him meaning that death for death. If somebody is a murderer than to kill him, maybe there is some justice in that. But this poor guy he didn't do he Verily you have committed a great nohcra great thing, which is a great, evil and great, prohibited and dreadful thing. Necessarily, Sam said, Did I not tell you that you cannot have patience with me? Musa Islam said okay, if I asked you anything after this, do not keep me in your company send me

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away. You have received an excuse from me

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is that I won't blame you. You can turn to go. Then they both proceeded. Now, holder, they've been walking till they came to the people of a town. They asked them for food, but those people refuse. They refuse to entertain them again. But they are like Usually people are hospitable. But these people they refuse to give them any food. Then they found in that town a wall which was about to collapse. And he said a salon he repaired it and he set it straight and maybe massage helped you or whatever. And was the result of that if you had wished. Surely you could have taken wages for

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This, these people are not giving us not willing to give us food without anything. So you know, yeah, you repaired their wall, you would have said well give us something as a as a compensation for this. So there Islam said, Alas, this is the parting between me and you.

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And I will tell you the interpretation of those things over which you are unable to hold your piece hold your patience. As for the ship, it belonged to my psyche for the poor people working in the sea. So I wish to make a defective damage in it as there was a king after them who seized every ship by force.

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Right, these people would have lost their livelihood completely. So I made the ship defective, so the king would not take it. And later on these people would repair the ship, and their livelihood would be saved. As for the boy, his parents were believers. And we feared lest he should oppress them my rebellion in disbelief, he said, This boys, otherwise that he would probably leave Islam he would become a disbeliever. And he would cause a lot of pain and suffering to especially to his parents. So Allah subhanaw taala decided to

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end his life there because he said, I was given this job. So he said, That's the reason I did that.

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So he intended that the rub should change him, for them for one better in righteousness, and near to Mercy so is Allah will give them a better child, who will be much better for them. And as for the wall, it belonged to too often boys in the town, and there was under it a treasure which belonged to them. And their father was a righteous man and your verb intended that they should attain that age of full strength, and then take out their treasure as a mercy from your rock from your Lord. And I did it not of my own accord. That is the interpretation of those things over which you could not hold patients. So Musa is that I was being told that this is the story. And the reason I'm saying

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that I I did all of this because I was supposed to do it I was ordered to do it. By Allah subhanaw taala and it is not that I did something by my own account. Inshallah we will talk about is more.

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May Allah smart Allah grant has the ability to learn his column and to benefit from it in multiple ways. Was Allah Allah Allah will Karim Allah Allah He was made to Ghana Mohamed Salah Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa