Tazkiyya wa Tarbiyya #16

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Mirza Yawar Baig

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Bismillahirrahmanirrahim and hamdulillah Harrowby Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Shafi Lambie, even more saline, Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi, wa ala he was happy he was watching he was reality while he Beatty Baraka Salah Mata Sliven caphyon, Kathira Mavado. My brothers and sisters, we are in our class on Descoteaux knifes, we ask Allah subhanaw taala DeLillo to enable us to actually practice and achieve the cleanse the cleaning of our hearts, and the cleaning of our know foods that are certain of us. Every time I talk, and I speak in this class, and every time I am sitting in a class of Descoteaux knifes

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wherever that might be,

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the thing that strikes me the most is that all our classes today are more about talking. We tell people how to do things, do it this way, this way, this way, this way, this way. So when I'm in a class, I'm telling you that when I'm in somebody else's class, they're telling me and the others the same thing.

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Now, I'm not criticizing that that is what we can do. So we are doing it Alhamdulillah this is good. But what we as students must understand is that does get enough is not about talking. We have to talk for example, if I if you are if somebody is teaching me how to ride a bicycle, if I'm teaching you how to ride a bicycle, there will be some some element of instruction, which I will give you I said here is this is how you sit on it. This is how you get on get off, whatnot, whatnot.

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But if you actually want to learn how to ride a bicycle, you have to actually get onto the bicycle and ride and take a fall and whatnot. And then if I am there as the instructor, then I will try to save you from the fall, or save you from the worst of the fall. Or sometimes, if it is not such a big fall, I might even let you fall so that you understand the dangers of it. And then of course, eventually you will learn to write and you write very well. But the point is that this is something that I keep on reminding myself and I remind you also,

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in the question of does he have enough it's 100%, practice, practice, practice, practice. There is no shortcuts from this, there is no escape from the practice.

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If anyone thinks that by attending the skeleton of class, he or she has achieved a skeleton often this is the biggest fallacy the biggest foolishness, it doesn't happen you can get any ijazah from anybody, you can get any certificate for anybody, it makes no difference. Because it is not a matter of certificates. This is not an academic qualification, this is a this is something which is to be achieved for us spiritually. To give you another example,

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I can go to a gym. And I can get a certificate of attendance from this gym to say that I religiously attended this gym 365 days or four in this year, 365 days I went to this gym and I spent one hour a day in this gym. Right? But if you look at my body, you will ask me where is this effective 365 days in the gym. But you have a certificate I have a certificate of attendance. That is that is all that the

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that happens when you go to a class of muskets, enough's. If somebody is out there giving certificate, a certificate is only saying that you attended this class. If you had to benefit from the gym, then if you then you would not need to show a certificate to anybody, they would look at you and say, Wow, this, this guy looks like he's been pumping iron. Right? So the point is that we have to get ourselves and understand this, that it's a matter of practice. The famous story of Abraham, Abraham to lay the king of bulk and how he went to Russia and what he shared it with him and he sat in his in the stable of a horse for 12 years. I mean, I've I've mentioned this story many

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times I don't want to again, repeat it. But the point I'm saying is that just on one issue, which is dealing with the feeling the caregiver in the heart, I was a king and I am now coming to terms with the fact that I am just a slave of Allah subhanho data like anybody else and I'm not this whole Kumar, this whole intoxication, this whole

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this whole feeling of superiority over others because I was a king all of this is a figment of the imagination. This is a spiritual illness. This is the worst of spiritual illnesses, the spiritual illness of thinking you are better than somebody else of Cuba, no matter

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how small it is maybe you can do something better than somebody else but if the feeling comes into you the oh what do you see the aloo look at my salah. Look at my recitation. Look at my reading look at my the number of books I have written and look at what I have qualified and look at my degrees right?

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And look at this other guy you know, he doesn't have if this feeling comes in be my Believe me, my brother sisters, this is you are looking at and you're standing on the edge of the pit of the fire as simple as that.

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Because as soon as I said, I'm said Allah subhanaw taala said that if somebody has even an atom of quiver in his art, that person will not season. Right? The the metaphor of the head is so very, very important. So what did he do? He when I was when I was alive, he was not reading books, and he was not running a course on mosquito nets. He was not undergoing a course on mosquito nets, he was actually working on mosquito knifes, and it took him 12 years. This is something which I remind myself, I'm Allah, may Allah protect us. All the examples that you are going to hear and I'm going to tell you and I that I have heard and I know are people who literally dedicated their entire lives

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to this.

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They did not do anything else.

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I mentioned to hustle Busey raka Lally, one of my favorites of our great scholars and, and,

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and people of our our faith and great scholars and teachers. Has alabaster Valley.

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What did you do? He worshipped ALLAH SubhanA wa.

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They take almost anyone, I mean, you take any of the big names of the people of this Deen, there were people who were separated away from the dunya. Now, you might say, well, you know, this is good. But if you think that I can leave everything which I am doing, and spend my time

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sitting in one place, and focusing on myself and reflecting and, and introspecting and so on and so forth. For the skilled enough, sorry, this is not gonna happen, right? This is not going to happen. I have a family, I have children, I have a wife, I have a house.

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And this and that and whatnot, and I have a job and a career. I just cannot do it. If I if I do that, then my family what will happen to them I know they will starve and whatnot water, but Allah subhanaw taala Mateen and your family will not stop. But at the same time, I do not say leave everything and go and sit in a corner and focus that's good enough. And Allah will feed your family, you know, Allah has given you a responsibility. And Allah has made you the Zarya Allah has made you the means for them to, to be to be taken care of. And this is your responsibility in in Islam, this is a follow on you, you cannot leave it you can't dump it and say, Well, I'm now focusing on

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Dasgupta enough, my family can look after itself and let them learn the meaning of tacos or it doesn't work like that, we have to work and we have to do what we have to do

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any number of examples of that from the lives of the Sahaba and so on, but the point remains

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that until I give a big chunk of my time, and a big chunk of my focus on my own task here, it is not going to happen.

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And some of it will be at the expense of what I am doing in the dunya. So don't fool yourself you will have to look at your timetable, you will have to look at what you do in life and say this this this I am doing today I will stop doing from today.

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Because that is the only way I'm going to free up some time to spend on the skeleton.

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Please my brother and sisters let us be very clear in our mind stop fooling ourselves. Right

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now the key elements of the character of the believer that Hassan Busey Rahmatullah re May Allah subhanho wa taala.

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Raise is the Rajat and may Allah subhanaw taala.

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Help us to

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at least do some of the things that our great teachers and scholars thought as he mentioned, these characteristics of the believer and I mentioned some in the in the previous lecture, but I want to start from where I've mentioned them so everything is one place.

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Number one strength in Deen, which is Yaqeen in Allah subhanho wa Taala yaki in industrialized Ali Salam Yaqeen in the

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day of judgment as standing before Alassane Ouattara number two determination in gentleness being gentle but not being a pushover standing for the truth, no matter but not doing it aggressively not doing it in a nasty manner. Then conviction in Eman knowledge in forbearance. So the summer that comes is not

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Out of fear, it's because you know what you're doing. And then intelligence in kindness,

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self adornment in hunger, meaning, not showing your hunger to people,

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maintaining your your self respect

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in anger. So really should be selfish self respect, not self adornment, justice, in steadfastness and he continued, he said, It is not unjust this person, the believer is not unjust to those he hates, nor is he sinful in assisting those he loves and this is such a such a thing which is so important. Many times if we don't like somebody, and we find that person in difficulties, may Allah protect us, we are actually happy about that. Not only will we not help them, but we actually feel good real good this this this guy's you know, he had it coming he this is good for it. Now, let him get it, you let him get it in the neck right? This is so bad, this is such a such an evil thing. And

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also similarly, assisting those he loves, we may make big statements about how this must happen. That must happen. What not what not, you know, don't be ostentatious in weddings. And don't do this. Don't do that. But when it comes to our own family, when it comes to our own people that we love, we our mouths are sealed and we participate in those things. And we do not say anything to them, because we are afraid of

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of becoming unpopular within our circle. As soon as Muslim said in a beautiful Hadith. He said that the decline of the Bernese rial started from the time when one of them would disobey Allah subhanaw taala. The knowledgeable people among them would stop him would tell him would admonish him would warn him and say that what he is doing is wrong. But he would not cease and desist, he would continue. And these people who want him would not cut off their relations with him. They would continue their relations with him because of their family connections and because of their friendship and whatnot. And the reason is that I've said this is where the decline started.

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That is why it's very important for us to be very clear now might start if you're standing for the truth and you're standing for the truth for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala even if it is against yourself and against your your parents and against your kith and kin and so on and so on, as we know from the Eye of Sauron, certainly, sir.

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Then he said he does not slander he does not.

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Kalam, he does not he doesn't call him an eight. He doesn't criticize in a bad way. He doesn't speak in vain useless talk nor is he an involved in amusement and play. Now you might say well, this is like making it very tough, but this is the reality. The point is that is a question of time right? You say I'm not saying it is haram but I'm saying if you're spending two hours watching a

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watching a Celtic's game, then that is two hours out of your life. Now this two hours could have been spent in something which takes you closer to Allah subhanaw taala the guarantee is given longer not taking you closer to Allah subhanaw taala so what are you doing now? This is these are some within quotes, hard decisions, but they are hard because of the lifestyle that we have chosen for ourselves. If we are a lifestyle, which was focused on reality, which is that one day I will stand before Allah subhanaw taala then our whole life would be different just now I got a message from a very dear friend of mine saying that one of his friends who had come also to our masjid and he said

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he just he just died just like that. I mean it's not that the person was ill and you know he was suffering or he was in hospital I think he just died. I mean, this is not the first time I have I have heard at least three such cases of people I knew

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people I knew who literally him to to put it very bluntly they just got up and died that's it

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perfectly healthy people nothing wrong with them.

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They just type

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we ask Allah subhanaw taala all of them are Muslims I mean I mean imagine that I Oh and if I if I include the non Muslims in them I can add another two or three

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who just died just like that.

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Now my point is that

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Did you know dumb question of course I didn't know.

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So whatever was with them, went with them if it was good, that went with them if it will not go there also.

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And this is something that we have to continuously remind ourselves and say that if I drop dead now

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handle if I drop dead now while recording this video Alhamdulillah because I'm speaking about the greatness of Allah subhanho wa Taala I'm speaking about the importance of the nuts and ask of my Rajendra Lu to forgive me. But if I was doing something else

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may Allah protect us from

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Doing something which displeases Him, which is haram. But remember that even Knopfler just just being thoughtless.

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That is why hasn't busted out Allah says people who will not even engage in amusement and play. So there goes all your Hollywood, Bollywood and all the sports channels or whatever else, right?

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Or my brothers and sisters think about that. I mean, before we criticize and say, oh, what kind of a life is this? And this is not possible as well. Let us ask a question and say, ask this question and say, What possible benefit and what possible use is any of that anyway?

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We have created a lifestyle where we have given importance to these things.

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Why can't we have and I have, think about this, you know, somebody asked me when I when I was living in America, 25 years ago, somebody asked me, they said, What kind of entertainment? Did the Sahaba have? What kind of sports is the play? Or source element? The Sahaba?

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There is one narration of that who ran a race with his wife, ISIS, it is.

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What entertainment into the added they have. So what do you mean? Do you think the lies were so dull and depressing?

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Connecting with Allah subhanaw taala is joy.

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May Allah grant this to us?

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I don't say it's entertainment, because that would be disrespectful to use that term. But I'm saying this would be the most joyous thing in the world. Somebody who's sitting and again, I Dolla dolla sign Allah, that is beyond all, all descriptions, and we don't do MOBA Silloth. And, you know, comparing Allah with anything, but the point is that somebody who is sitting with his beloved, is oblivious of the time is oblivious of the world he does, he wants time to just stop, so that he can be with his beloved with his wife with a with a husband.

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Right.

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So what's so difficult to understand is with respect to Allah subhanaw taala.

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The thing is, do we love Allah?

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That is what we are trying to see, how can we get there, then, as a Muslim, Allah says he does not carry tails nor as he delve into that which does not concern him. So being you know, the the alpha a problem today is, most of our conversation is about things which are not in our control this politics, that politics that's happening in this world is happening in that world. This is what the government should do so and so my point is, if you if it is something that you can actually impact and you can actually do something about go and do it.

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But if you if you can't do that, then make dua to Allah subhanaw taala and stop talking about it. Talk about something useful, something beneficial.

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Then he says he does not refute any right upon him, nor does he exaggerate in providing excuses. So this is the person the believer is one who fulfills other people's rights and does not make excuses. So Allah, what wasn't Muslim? What was he saying this to the terrain?

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He's saying this to the people that one generation behind after the generation of Sahaba. What do you think as an ally would say if he came today, and you met me or he met, you know, he came to our masjid or he came to any Masjid on the face of the earth today, and he met people like us, what would he say?

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Think about it. Then he said he does not become pleased with a calamity that befalls another nor is he happy of a sin that descends upon somebody.

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Again, even if the person is

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is not a friend or something, whether the person that Muslim or non Muslim, and Muslim does not rejoice in somebody else's misfortune.

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He says a beaver is submissive in his salah, and is the one who hastens to bow in Roco. He says this speech is a cure. His patience is devoutness. His silence is pondering and his gaze derives lessons handline just covered the Birkin as

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two people see the same thing. One is learning a lesson the other one for the other one is just a sight

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I saw a video the other day of kind of rattlesnake, which has at the tip of its tail. It has a

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little growth that it can.

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It has the it has control over it and it makes it sort of dance this way. And that little grow that the tip of the tail looks like an insect that literally has his antenna and so on so it looks like an insect and the snake the tactic of the snake is that it's a it's a slow moving Snake.

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So it's tactic is that and it's very beautiful camouflage his tactic is that it hides in plain sight, literally on hillsides, and then it

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protrudes that tip of its tail. And this little thing at the on the tip just moves around like that. And birds see that and they come to catch that insect. And of course the as soon as the bird lands the snake grabs the bird. Now I'm looking at this video I'm saying so Hannah, Leila them, you know, how if somebody says that this is the result of natural selection, and

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an adaptation and evolution, then I this is one of those things which refutes the theory of of evolution as in changing of a species.

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Because I mean, how would you explain what what what about the snake? Obviously, why the theory? In this theory, he would have said that there was a time when there was a snake, we didn't have this right. So here's the snake, we didn't have it. Now, what is this thing to think about is a snake is sitting there like this with his finger? And he said, You know what? It would be nice if I had something on the tip of my tail, and I could attract this bird. I see that board sitting there. I can't attract this board. I can't I do. I'm not fast enough. I can't guess the word I can't fly. But how can I attract this board? I think what I'll do is grow a little insect on the tip of my tail,

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something that looks like an insect, and then I can go wiggle it, and the bird will catch me go. It doesn't make sense to you.

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So how did it happen if Allah subhanaw taala was not involved in this whole thing?

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You think the sense that there was some snake Super Snake who thought about that? And then he decided to grow it and why Why don't you try and grow something on the tip of your finger? Let me see.

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So two people looking at the same video.

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One is glorifying Allah subhanaw taala. And so how Allah Subhan Allah, Allah loves him.

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And for the other one Oh, Wow, fantastic, man. Look at that. Ah ha, ha, nice.

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That's it.

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In Burkina, against that derives lessons. And then he says, This person is believer mixes with the scholars to learn and remain silent among them to be secured.

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He doesn't argue he doesn't point. My point their mistakes. Remember, no matter which you're going to,

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no matter which you are going to

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that chef

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will make mistakes. That chef will have weaknesses.

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When I was growing up, we were taught,

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give Baraki royalty pucker novelty. We were taught that to to point out mistakes of elders is the biggest mistake.

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And you're saying only elders. Here I'm saying even the CEO in the greatest color on the face of the earth that works today

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will have weaknesses will make mistakes. Your job is to go and learn. So shut your mouth and go and learn.

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Your job is not to go and point their point of their mistakes. Leave it to that between them and Allah subhanaw taala.

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If you see that as a mistake, don't do it yourself. But Hamdulillah that also is learning.

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But what's our what is our message today

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is to point fingers is to criticize?

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This is wrong. That is wrong. Falana fella? What do you mean by that?

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All of these are signs of lack of other

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which shut the door

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of knowledge for you.

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You point out the mistake, the chef will accept it. Yeah, of course.

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Anytime anyone points out a mistake to me, I tell him you know what? You are wrong. And you know why you're wrong? Because you found only one mistake. And with me, I know how many mistakes I have.

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To Alhamdulillah you're wrong in the sense that you think it's only one mistake. So I completely accept what you're saying. JazakAllah Thank you very much. May Allah bless you.

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So this mistake that I will try to correct but you are wrong in the sense that you think this is the only mistake? No, no, no.

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It is my Arab della della who's Rama and mercy and His he's also thorough, do you

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have a follow know

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that he has covered me?

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So you don't see the many other things which are not 100 And I'm not about to tell you. So, stop thinking that I will tell you and then he says I suppose he says the believer is speaks to gain. So he will keep his mouth shut. He will only talk when there is some benefit in this speaking. If he does good he rejoices and if he falls into sin, he repents.

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And then he says now this this refers to

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The teachers the shoe, he says if he rebukes he also accepts valid rebuke. So if you criticize somebody we show somebody for obviously if if you are the chef, if you are the Muslim for somebody, then you have to, if you are the mentor of somebody, then you have to point out what you're, you know, mentee, the one who's demented enough to want to as a mentor. If he's just something, you know, you you have to point out, but then at the same time, you should be open to accepting criticism or accepting somebody showing you your faults. He says, if someone shows impudence and importance and, and disrespect to him, he is patient. And if he is oppressed, he is persevering, he

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will not give up, he will continue.

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If he is still alized, he is just, he does not seek refuge in anyone besides Allah subhanaw taala and he does not seek the assistance of any button as

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he says, then he is dignified in company and grateful in solitude and content with his sustenance, believing my brothers sisters, this is the biggest wealth that anybody can have.

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Complete and total cannot complete and total.

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Total, you know, content but in what Allah has given

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no greed, no desire to have what somebody else has.

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You just look at what people have said Hamdulillah, Allah gave him

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your words, oh, I wish I had this hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah

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with what Allah has given me.

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And then he says he's the one

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who praises and prosperity and is patient in difficulty. So if he has good from Allah subhanaw taala is thankful and if he has difficulty then he is, he has suffered, He sits with a neglectful, he is written amongst those who remember Allah. And if he sits with those, remember ALLAH, he returned among those to seek his forgiveness.

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How beautiful it is, meaning that if you are sitting in a company where people are only talking about all kinds of stuff, then you have the courage to remind them about the greatness and glory upon you bring that into the conversation.

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And supposing you are in the company of people where hamdulillah these are people and this is the company we should have. These are people who

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are with Allah subhanaw taala, remembering Allah subhanaw taala then we

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seek ALLAH subhanaw taala forgiveness.

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Then,

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as I said, until it concludes, and this he says, This is how the companions of Muhammad Salah were the initial ones, and then those who and and then those those followed those who followed until they met Allah subhanaw taala. This is how your son of Assad here in your pious predecessors were and your conditions have changed because you have changed now what is he saying that your condition depends on yourself and we know this.

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And then he said, he resided in Allah Allah yoga euroma becoming Hatha Yoga Yiruma vn fusi.

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Were either around the love of your home in Su and fala mandala Omala home mean Duni he mean word and Soto right. He said,

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Verily, Allah will not change the good condition of our people as long as they as long as they do not change their state of goodness themselves, by committing sins and by being ungrateful to Allah.

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But when Allah subhanaw taala wills, a people's punishment, there can be no turning back of it. And they will find besides him no protective We ask Allah subhanaw taala for his protection and to save us from that.

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And this is what this whole thing is in my original COBOL by sheer half is alchemy

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and Allah subhanaw taala guidance to

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to do what pleases him jealous Allahu, and save us from What does not please him

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in our lives, my brothers does We ask Allah subhanaw taala to help us because there is nobody who can help except Allah subhanho wa Taala

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So, I asked Allah subhanaw taala to give us a tofield to live our lives in a way that pleases him jealous and not in a way which pleases shatta

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asking us rather than ever take us away from all forms of injustice and all forms of, of misguidance that we have mela protectors become

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have become addicted to

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and we ask Allah subhanaw taala to save us from all of those things and to keep us in a way where he is pleased with us. It needs a lot of work. And that is what I keep reminding myself and you let us get used to the idea that we have to work. Masala Alana will carry wine early. He was heavy. I mean, we're not going to go

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well, Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh