Be a Sahabi #06

Mohammad Elshinawy


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-- The importance of spirituality and the need for people to be the ones who value their spirituality is discussed in a series of segments. The importance of reciting the Prophet's words during a prayer is emphasized, along with the need for protecting from evil behavior. The importance of understanding the benefits of the Quran and following guidance from the mother is also emphasized. The importance of staying in a good place for one's personal growth is emphasized, along with the need for good deeds to purify the heart. The conversation between two speakers on the topic of staying in a good place is also discussed.

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in the name of love, the Most Merciful, the Bestower of mercy, old praise and glory belongs to a love Lord of the worlds indeed our most deserving of the best things and the most beautiful phrases we testify that no one is worthy of worship of the law alone. Without any partners, the true supreme King and the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a devious Prophet, and his servant that his messenger was sent as a mercy to the world's.

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The truth is the words the words love, the great glorious or, and the best of guidance, is the guidance of our Prophet Muhammad

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is example. And the most dangerous matters, the newly added management to their religion for every single one of them is leading the story that only leads to the fire

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shall want to continue this evening with what we've began in the previous ones of the meal. So heavy series, right being one of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And this evening, I'm going to try very hard to simplify

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a very complex subject.

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And that is the subject of spirituality, the subject of having a pure heart,

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as Islam teaches, as the Sahaba understood,

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because everybody wants to have a good heart, meaning to be a good person and feel happy about himself and truly be successful. All of those things are tied together if you think about it.

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And if you don't think about it, you think they're completely separate issues.

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And humanity has always try to figure out what it means to be a good person, to be someone that is happy to be someone that is successful to be someone that is genuinely pure.

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Some people call the purification of the cells some people call spirituality, some people call it morality, some whatever. But this has been a mission for humanity.

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And humanity is lost, they will not know how to do it without the revelation of a lost syllogism. And that's why a lot of Allah, Allah said about his favor to humanity, who would let the bad mean or sooner yet

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he will use a key him where you are living

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A few morality movie, he is the one who sent amongst the unlettered the lizard, he was immediately sent to the audible and the world laughter them, but he was sent to those people,

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a messenger from them, to recite to them his verses, and to purify them

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and to teach them the book and the Wisdom. And they had been before that, in clear loss, clear confusion,

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clear misguidance.

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And so we take from this area, and there's so many items that are worded like this are similar, that one of the primary objectives of sending the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is to purify the hearts of humanity to bring about good people.

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He says, have a loved one. And Bill rule hosszu

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goodness, righteousness is good manners. Once again, my tie between spirituality and good Why? Because he did have a lot of audio says no. righteousness is good manners. That means with a lot of his creations is William said, that's what it means to be a good person to have a pure heart that recognize a lot of his rights and recognizes the creation of their rights. So that was his primary objectives. And that's why it was something of great concern for those who have have the understanding of why we study them is because they understood clearly that one of the main reasons this plan was sentence with upon this prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is for the

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purification of the human cells for the purification of human hearts for a person to be truly wholesome. Truly, right

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is truly good.

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And also of their concern with this subject is that they notice in these if I said our existence all throughout the parameter recurrent message, we send to you a messenger that recites you our verses and purifies you, they notice that our love would always tie between the verses being recited and that purity being a team. And that if you want to summarize it is the secret in the hearts of the Sahaba. That is what made them who they were. And if you want to be also have you want to understand Islam and enjoy Islam and implement Islam the way they did, you have to look where they looked, focus on what they focused on.

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They knew that if they look anywhere, but the old ad, they're going to be shortchanging themselves, they're going to be doing themselves a disservice before anybody.

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And they noticed this, by the way, not just from the Quran, but from the one who translated the Quran into actions the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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I mean, he's

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would be reciting for a while his head was in my lap, even when I was menstruating. Meaning even that wasn't a time when he was fibrous, it would constantly recycle,

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day in and day out. And she would even say, even to the point when I'm not in a pure state that wouldn't stop that would still be allowed.

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As if to show us and to teach us sallallahu alayhi wa sallam this could be rehearsed time and time again. until those meanings stick in your life and you reflect on them and you reach that level of conviction that solid belief

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because you could be a person that person that a certain Islam is right. Okay. But that doesn't mean your certainty can increase.

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Then in the core and tell us itself told us with volleyball, Raheem, Rob be at edk for two he loads up when Abraham says Oh, I love Show me how you give life to the dead. That's something that we have to believe you're not a Muslim if you don't believe that our mugging life to the dead.

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Caught me or listen to it for me, Abraham, don't you believe? All Avella

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Of course, I believe Well, I can live up to my in my heart to come to rest mean to increase in certainty on top of my certainty. Part of that is the content of the hora. That's one thing, but but you may know the confidence.

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And you don't have that certainty.

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It's in part, the content of the Quran. There's another part too. And that is you repeating that content to your heart over and over again. You know, the silliest of concepts I've said this to you before, when you repeat it, you start believing it? Right?

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slam services.

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Right? When it's repeated enough times people stop researching stop investing. They just believe in Yeah, no matter how ridiculous it may be. So what about when the concept being repeated is actually true? Like the words of Allah. So in the most truthful of speakers, that is the reason why or should we say of the reasons why there is such a reward in reciting the Quran, so that we can repeat it at least meanings we begin to internalize them. That's what the prophet SAW said. And that's what they noticed from him. And that's what they emulated they did after him. And that's why they became who they became.

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It wasn't just by laying in the lap of is that he would recite the Quran, aka Rahim, Allah and another of the tidbury. They say we went to Asia.

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And we said to her own mother, she's the mother of the believers, the wives of the prophets of the Prophet is the mothers of the believers as dads. And his wives are your mothers.

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They said tell us the most amazing thing you ever saw from the Mr. Mohammed Salalah audio system was recorded by a hacker.

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So she began to cry.

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And she said everything about him was amazing.

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And then she mentioned one incident, an example. She said he came to me one nights, that was my night in the night that is my share. I spent with him that night, right.

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And he leaned with me in the bed. And then he said to me or I said

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let me allow me permit to me. I know this is your right to spend time with you this evening.

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Permit me to devote myself to a lot in this like me to pray the night of rooms.

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She says to him, I love to be next to you.

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And I also love with you loves meeting if you want,

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even though I like to be near you. So she says he stood up and he began to recite, and to recite, until he began to cry and till he soaked his beard and his lap, and then the floor beneath him became moist with the tears.

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And he continued to pray until the call for affection, the dawn prayer was about to be made. And then, when

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they came to him, he said, certain verses were revealed to me this night was the one

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who recites them and does not reflect on them. And then he recited that last page and a half. gone in a few hours will help the lady when the hiring is

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a Latina, Guna Maha piano for odonata Judo behave

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to the end of the verses indeed, in the creation of the heavens in the earth, and the alternation of miton de there are signs for the people of pure thoughts, those that remember Allah while standing while seated and while on their side.

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And they reflect on the creation of the heavens and the earth and they say, oh, our Lord, You didn't create all this without purpose glorified, you are protect us from the punishment of the Fire.

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He says woe to the one who recites this and doesn't reflect on it. So part of the power of the Quran

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is you recycle.

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And part of it we said already is you repeating it. And part of us having a presence of mind when you repeated

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that as well, I

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would repeat the

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time and time again. And he would break down from it to the degree that the disbelievers would become affected by this as they noticed his attachment to the Quran.

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And the famous story when there was a big persecutor, okay, so they wanted to leave Mecca and imagine that wasn't a Muslim dilemma. So obaku Why are you leaving Mecca? Is your people are throwing us out? They don't want us here. They make our lives miserable. They torment us while we're here, there they were persecuted, is it

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the likes of you

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should never be expelled should not be allowed to leave nor be thrown out.

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Meaning they can't throw you out. Nor will I let you leave voluntarily the likes of you or would give our our town word. This is anonymous to tell him this. And he said you come and you stay in my protection He granted him protection. You gave him judo.

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Basically what to the people as a matter of respect, it is known in tribal cultures it Listen, no one touched me zombies with me. Nobody touched this man. And then the windows around it was respected. So because it was safe now in Mecca, in the Josie

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he would pray it like that same way. So the prophet SAW said temporary, inner and outer parts of the house, but he would not be able to recite it without breaking down.

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And so the women and the children and the elders of the pagans that would gather around him was like a movie. Come watch this grown man respected man cry like a baby. We've been

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to the Griot. The other machine, they got together, they want to say that listen,

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the guy you're protecting, is going to mislead our wives and our children when they're gonna become Muslim.

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So you either give up, you either tell him to pray inside the house, not pray out what is visible.

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Or we're going to disrespect your prediction. We're going to override it.

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They all agreed to do so he says it was okay to pray inside the house. He says never. You can have your protection back out. I prefer the protection of offer. That's enough. And he left Mexico for a time. I don't want

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the same thing.

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It was known about now who's attached to the Quran. And when he would recite some abuses of offenses, they would hear his voice cracking and weeping in the West. So

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I read his biography very clear how attached he was to the daily I'm talking about the daily attachments. Right.

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Now, let me see how many I can do before the days around control back on the shelf.

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Man on the left, I know what it was reported about him and also another competitor with Daniel behind both of their biographies that

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They would recite the whole Quran in their separate lines from us, the whole Torah.

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And to the degree that when he was dying, he was killed. He was murdered by those rebels that revolted against him while he was there, reciting the book of Allah and His blood spilled on that around

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the corner of marijuana law, honey.

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he narrates, he says, I would enter upon her in the early morning time to return she says on it

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in the meeting before the noon, and I would find her recycling and if so, I would not I would leave her.

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I would go to the market and come back, I find her recycling the same is still

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and we

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and our role is avail himself, he would recite one fourth of the order, and every single day out of the records that he had on parchment, he would recite one for the mean, who would be consumed every four days, he will recite it from the book by date, and then pray tonight that those I heard that he reviewed will also add that he recited he would use them for his mighty prayers.

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Inside Muslim,

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he said that the province of above our legal system said to us in need among raises people with this book.

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And he lowers others because it's. So that's the secret to normal habit. Right? It was that attachment that I just drew pictures of that raised them to a level that no one will ever match, because they knew where to get the greatness from.

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You know, what's one of the greatest proofs to the effect of the Quran? It's how hard it is for you to grab the Quran regularly.

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Think about why is it so hard?

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shavon tries to keep you away from that book by any means necessary, because he knows if you grab it

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is almost finished. If you start reading it, he's on his deathbed, if you start thinking about what you're reading those meanings he's done.

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And now you know why it's obligatory that when you read the paper, and you begin by saying what are some

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of the greatest proofs of the potential of what God has for you spiritually for your own heart, how it can transform you from within, is the resistance you find inside of yourself to be a regular visitor?

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That should tell you enough for how much is on each step. How much they thought nozick could do.

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This is gonna be an even harder one. Now, moving on to another part of the subject.

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How when you reflect what about these reflections, what is the end directors to that changes us? If I could summarize it in three points. And this is really bad and wrong not to say this subject we only have one lecture for this part of

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the hotel fills your life number one beneficial knowledge.

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The most beneficial knowledge ever is what

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was the most important fact you need to know

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who allies

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a third of the whole ad is nothing but that.

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Okay, so it fills your life with beneficial knowledge describing to you who your Lord is.

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All of the land can be summarized and getting to know about

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and there is nothing in life like knowing Allah.

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Mohammed Noah, sorry, Mama used to say, I look for an O boost and it feels the Quran is the Garden of the God conscious. You only go in a garden, you just go and you enjoy one flower to another and you just enjoy the breeze then the shade then the colors then you relaxed, a garden.

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Those that are conscious of our love. This is their garden, this is where they hang out, they hang out in the world.

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Because they get acquainted with their Lord through his 99 names, through His attributes through his actions, even through his rules, by the way, you know, when you get to know someone and what he likes, you know more about that person? Yes. Likewise, when you get to know what Allah likes the rules He made you get an idea more of an idea of who this is. So even through film, The studying of film the right way you're getting to know what the barcodes are.

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So for animals your life with this beneficial knowledge about Allah and about his religion, and then it tells you about the people that have come to pass before you

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It's summarize whole planet's history right? what it's all about. It's the story of cohesion and how people react to heat who single out in his life and live their life on a wild goose chase who lived their life a runaway slave, right, a Rebel Without a Cause. And this everybody ended up in the end.

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There was a legal code.

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And we guided them, we showed them what they preferred blindness over guidance, CASE CLOSED chapter finished next, right.

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And these two more says three messengers, and then a fourth messenger sort of se, right.

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And we did they send us the angels, that was it in Canada, de la sweethearts, and wahida. Right, it was nothing but one blow one screen. That was a torture, that was the one for 11 for me, dude, all of a sudden, they were all finished, they were all laying down. Yeah, has gotten very bad, how regretful is the condition of the slaves. You read human history in this book, and how repetitive it is and how sad much of it is. So that's the first thing the Quran does. It gives you It fills your life with beneficial knowledge. You know, part of the reason why people live a life that's so dark and so miserable, because you're bombarded with information all around you, the billboard, the

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commercial, the adverts, all different kinds of information, the opinions you hear from each one of them takes a certain seat in your heart, and the build for you and outlook on life, how you see the world.

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Some are more accurate than others. But in the end of the day, when your primary source of information is the book of Allah,

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then you're living a good life, you're, you're on a good track. The second thing that Miranda is the one that repeats the reflecting on the fourth annual notice something else it will direct him to the deeds.

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And that's the second component in the life of the Sahaba that made their hearts what they were.

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They understood the importance of good deeds to reach of your heart.

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So I'll show you from where they took it in the Quran very quickly. And then I'll tell you why this is unique in this habit, nothing anybody else. A law that says For example, or a Buddha, Allah, Allah Baku, Medina.

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worship your Lord who created you and created those before you so you may be conscious of him, so that the good deeds are actually for your heart for and told us that.

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Welcome is solid, solid victory and establish the prayer that's another good deed for my remembrance. So you can remember me

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could mean I want him

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to say key him behalf, take from their wealth, a charity so that you may purify them good deeds, charity for the heart to get

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all like this lay in

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the flesh of what you slaughter, that animal the sheep with Atlanta, the guy with the gamma ray is not what reaches a lot, nor does the blood reach our love and rather it's the piety of the hearts.

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So the habit began to understand the importance of good deeds to purify the heart.

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So once this special

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humanity went to two different extremes regarding good deeds.

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Some people said good deeds are not important. What's important is your heart. Okay.

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Some people said we need to do these physical actions. But they forgot about the fact that these actions are supposed to make your heart better. So they'll go they'll do some mechanical action. They'll pray three times a day, for example, like the Jews do, right? But they have no morality whatsoever. They have no God consciousness whatsoever. They have no awareness of our mother observe at the moment. Oh.

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By the way, both of these extremes exists among Muslims, even though he's an example of the Jews here, and you can use the example of the Christian to spiritualities you come to church and you sing and you cry.

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Okay, now we'll go back and do what

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others can do. The rituals are the physical actions, the good deeds, supposedly, but there's nothing here. There's no meaning. No meaning behind.

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The horror ends are those that the good deeds are important, very important. But they are important for the purity of your heart. That's the point.

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So don't ignore the good deeds, but don't think they're the ultimate aim.

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And this was one of my early

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That's why they would pray the whole night

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and still have excellent manners.

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This is why he was given charity but still be afraid of Allah subhanho wa Taala This is why you find out right on a battlefield with one on one. And the next morning you find the care of kitchens. That sort of they pay for the care for capitalism versus liberalism look at what kind of generation was this, a generation well understood from the poor and the importance of good deeds. So it says beneficial knowledge and good deeds. And the third

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that I will choose at least that they took from the Quran is the importance of reflecting on the world around you like

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the Quran is filled with instructions for us to reflect, to not be like cattle, to not have eyes We don't see with ears we don't hear with the morale pushes us to see this world for what it really is.

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The morale pushes us to see the Julia Julia and the xfl. And to size each one up right. And a lot unless you study humanities, unless you study world history, and let's study human psychology, across cultures, you will not appreciate that balance the Sahaba were able to understand from the Quran.

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Why there are some people

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forget outside of Islam, just take a look at the Muslims throughout history. Some people saw the after the hereafter as everything,

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as the only thing.

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And so they did not contribute to the betterment of this world.

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They just see they're praying and fasting and doing the actions right. That helped them only they didn't benefit the world around them.

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And then there are others is the majority. And this is us who our focus our sole focus for the most part, just to be fair, the sole focus of most of us, for the most part is just on this world as if this is everything, and I'll figure out the hereafter when I get it. That's how we live. Right? It's not that center stuck between our eyes.

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But they also have a when they listen to guide them to.

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And they believe that our work correctly, they saw this world for what it was, it meant nothing to them. But at the same time, they worked hard in it to make it a better place because I told them this is a planting ground for the hereafter you will create it for the hereafter Yes, but you plant here to harvest there. So for your hereafter you need to make this world a better place.

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We'll also have understood this in a way that

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shames us in our understanding of Islam. The two extremes we went off to

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look at many Muslims think that you're not supposed to

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be fond of money. You know, that's a wrong understanding of Islam,

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that you're not supposed to pursue money.

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That is actually Christianity, whether you realize it or not.

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loving your money is something inside of you. Or what created you that would attest to you, women's Islam told you you okay to love it. But keep that love in control.

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So that you see that one as a test or was testing what you're going to do with that money that he knows you love.

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And at the same time, Islam told us that money is a tool that you should pursue for the service of the denormalized images.

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Look at the 10 that were promised gentlemen.

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Think about that. Were they poor? They throw their money in the garbage once they became religious and righteous and they embraced Islam, a worker so he was wealthy or No.

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He was wealthy. He's the guy that freed all the slaves. Yes.

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Number two was he was

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he was well off and he wasn't rich, rich, he was well off.

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He won't be or not

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more money that you can count.

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Right? If everybody was not wealthy,

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extremely wealthy

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Zubaydah extremely wealthy.

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But that didn't stop them from being the 10th promise, gentlemen. That's the equation only to have are able to do that when they listen to the order and to reflect on the reality of dunia and the reality of FL so because of it

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Getting to know mama and because of the knowledge that beneficial knowledge he filled his life with. And because of those good deeds are one reason in many degrees, and our mother guided their hearts that in perfect spirituality that they enjoyed in this world, and causes other people to benefit from

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a lot

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One races those that will give any man among you, and those that were given knowledge many degrees, the fountain of knowledge. So it was because of their attachment to the veranda one race to many degrees. What may you make the lady

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and whoever believes in Allah guides their heart.

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You know, when a person tries hard to be a man or a woman guides them beyond their understanding

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of must guide them to have a correct outlook on things.

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He starts seeing his big problems over here, they're not so big. And the important issues none of this needs to be given a greater consider Allah guides your heart to see things to see the big as big and the smallest small, even if you don't have the knowledge, to know the evidence as to why this is big. And that is small, a lot of promise that if you pursue a man from his book, when Allahu Allah had the Latina manual, he was talking. And indeed, our model will surely guide those that have the man to the straight path.

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Meaning the mind of your heart is smarter than the mind of your brain. Meaning if you take care of this spirituality, you will be more intelligent, even if you don't actually think of actually this is according to that mathematical thinking we do with our brains, your heart will be quicker to get things if you just take care of it. And that's why they're so have a look at them. And I'll be done in 10 minutes. Or generations. If you sit there and think about them, read about them for a while. And then think about the way they dealt with life. Really amazing.

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The feared nobody? How could someone who lives with the current fear anybody anymore? Right? If your heart is healthy, you wouldn't be fearing anybody? Because you'd have a proper outlook that I shouldn't view anyone the way if you're a monk. You know,

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he sent a message, of course, in the Battle of odyssean.

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You know, the sad, sad.

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Sad San Diego of course, is seeking this Muslim army out of Arabia. These guys were just like herders of you know, camels a few years back, people that were nothing, they were not on the map, they didn't exist. And he goes and he breaks Rome and Birgitta to empire that shared Planet Earth at the time, he tells his generals, commanders have another bust. He says, Listen, fear your sins more than you fear your enemies, for Allah only gives us victory, because our sins are less than the sins of our enemies. But if our sins become more than their armies bigger

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look at the way he's looking at things. And this is exactly what happened. They were conscious of Allah, they knew there's no mind or power except by Allah, they internalize it, they were certain of it. And that's where a lot of soldier cast fear into the hearts of their enemy this little was it caused that generations to put a stamp on this earth and push this home move forward with the momentum that got very weak. Even when they were doing nothing, they were still feeding off of the balance of

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4000 years, their effects remains.

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And it's not just not fearing anybody, they won't have to face they won't have to broke in no matter how big or difficult they will face in their life. Because of that email as well. I mean, consider the heart of Ramadan.

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Ramadan Hussain is the narrator of the Hadith slightly proclaiming the Messenger of Allah says to him, or Milan, pray standing, and if you can see it, and if you can get on your side.

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Why? Because Emraan had an issue

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with his body and he was very ill. He remained ill.

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And in his bed for the last 2530 years of his life.

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tarrif Rahim Allah he enters

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upon this companion to visit him. And when he sees him in the bed like this when the visitor cries, it doesn't worry you crying, he says because of what I see, and I feel bad for you. 30 years is an event. Right? As someone who spent 30 years in the bed, he's not gonna go right. It's a great companion, right. They had to make a hole in his bed so he could relieve himself. But

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he spent the last decades of his life like that.

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So when he saw me, crying out of pity for

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His condition he says to him, his great companions, these people, he said, I will tell you something

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that you do not relate to anyone so long as I'm alive.

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But perhaps or one of the benefits, you would really listen. He's not even he's worried about the visitor, the visitor is the guy supposedly making the sick guy feel better. The sick guy is the one telling the visitor, Listen, I'll make you feel better, I'll tell you a secret. But don't tell anybody.

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And I'm only saying it so that it'll benefit you mean so you don't assume wrong of a lot You don't think I was ever going to wrong you, you know almost if he fears for his event for the event of this visitor. So he says to him,

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the angels come to me

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and they give me seller. And I hear them greeting.

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And I returned their greeting.

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And I know from that

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there are laws, diligence is not angered with me.

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And then in and of itself tells me that this is better for me than my health.

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And whatever is more beloved to him is more beloved to me.

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And this is an authentic report. This has been confirmed about him.

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What do you say?

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saddened me what causes companions. He was known bro sauce Allah gave him advice and it was known about him because the message was derived from that history when he would pray for something it would happen is that I was accepted.

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When he visited Mecca,

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the people gathered around

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uncle everybody go ask him you know, celebrity

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so that people would come to him and he would make your art for them.

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Please make the art for that and he would make your art for them. So the folly of Mecca memory hasn't failed and it was the only of Mecca at the time that the head judge he came to him and said, Oh, son,

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you make your art for all of these people

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that are in love with better their condition. Why don't you make your art for yourself that our love return your eyesight, eyesight to you?

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He said to him the choice of Allah for me that he chose to seek away my eyesight for the reward meaning is more beloved to me than my eyesight. I want my eyes but I want the loved ones more.

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There's a direct way to understand this but that doesn't mean you shouldn't wish to be out of sickness. Right? But the point is he says I could make you out for myself right? But I'm content with what would happen I know that this is this is for me.

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And what kinds of people aside from difficulties in their life what kind of people were that they actually cry when they missed out on good deeds. It's a very special artists you know I was in record says that these people when you when they came to you or Mohammed to carry them when they were going off to the Battle of the civil war he had no camels for them.

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So well what are you new to Filomena definitely has an allergy to my own food. They went back to Medina while their eyes were overflowing with tears that they didn't have what they could spend with their crying and they couldn't go risked their lives. They're crying they couldn't go to the battlefield with the prophets of Allah rnao center

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so focus so pure they had this clarity they enjoy life because of it.

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For the young guys I mentioned to a Hollywood Queen, or one of

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the headings of the Communist

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recap was one of the poorest of the

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poor basically who was so happy that we're homeless they came to Medina and they were in Medina embrace Islam nobody took them any nobody could they lived in the mystery they would have they would allow a day or two the passion so somebody brought them food some days they would be no food so they would have absolutely nothing

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can imagine the stress of person to be going through that has no apartment nothing at all. And he's hoping some some food will come today if not we're gonna have to wait till tomorrow.

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It goes without saying that Robbie Omnicom is not married.

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right he doesn't have a place to stay. Where's he doesn't have a job doesn't have food. Where's he gonna get married from? He said, I spend time with this narrative. I'm assuming.

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The more elaborate narration that Francis and I would spend the night with the prophets of love on iOS and you know, the messenger was right next to the message. I would spend the night there and I would stay by in case he needed something bringing his blue water. Bring him something

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I would sit there and I would hear him say hello, blah, blah,

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And hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen constantly thinking of ourselves and remembering almost kind of seeking forgiveness from our words.

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And I'd always be and I'd stayed there until I'd rather just go back to meaning go back to my corner of the message, or I would fall asleep at his doorstep.

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Sleep would overtake me, and I'm waiting for it, if he would have any before the night is out. So one day he wanted to repeat, like he wanted to, you know, give me something for my sir. So he said, all of you asked me.

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Let me help you out with something. How can I help you? Please tell me? This is like the head of the state. It's not the name of the message. This is not you know, the head of the Board of Trustees. This is not the governor. This is the head of this is the president telling you ask me think think obviously this guy was 1820 years old. Right? no food, no drink, no house, no wife? What's going what stresses you out at 20.

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So he said, give me give me time to think about it.

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And he comes back the next day or comes back later. And he says a snowmobile. Now I want to do something for you. And I really appreciate you all your help.

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I asked you to be with you in paradise. That is so concerned. That's

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it sighs things are bright.

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He said, Oh, I'll be our daughter. Is there something else? That

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you know, you could have said I want to be in paradise. It's important to get that out the way that's number one. And listen out. I want to get married man. Right? He could have said that. But his mind is so set. So locked on what the hold and lock the spotlight on.

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So it was like one of the machines he was saying is if you tell someone I want a million dollars, anything else? Yeah. And I want $5 it just doesn't make sense. Right?

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So I'm asking for Jesus. Not that that's what I want. I can't think of anything else right now in the same conversation.

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So he says

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so help me help you with many frustrations, many social media make sure you're praying and praying a lot the photo, the obligatory prayers and the prayers. You know me I said in that narration, I skipped the part accidentally. He said I thought that night that he was thinking what should I ask for? He said I thought of my needs. And I said there comes to me what I already have. What's enough for me and then we'll come meaning I haven't died yet foods coming?

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Why should I worry myself so much about this world? When it's guaranteed for me? let me worry about the things that need to be worried about the hereafter that's what's demanded of me.

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We don't really have that insight our worries are actually somewhere else consolidated somewhere else.

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So the poor and did all of this it made them bear the difficulties of life, not fear anyone be focused on the hereafter. See this world for what it is it's not worth being concerned about? What will you need to utilize it right?

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for our own good, you know, I promised myself

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I have already

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begun this, it's very important.

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When I see they're very focused, they're very serious many times even me, even me, I used to get the impression that the Sahaba like if you had like a camera that could bring us a movie with us, I will look like they're very serious and they're not smiling and enjoy themselves. Africa started here after you know, paradise hellfire. They weren't even serious about their good manners. Even serious about not burning themselves out. He they had the perfect picture of what Islam was. That's what made them the perfect Muslims. You know, it's a miracle what he says and allow me the Hillel things permissible so that they could help us with our religious duties.

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to sound like I don't care about anything. I'm not gonna do anything in this world. No, no, the province I'll tell them like honey,

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the Messenger of Allah sauce, Islam. He had wives, there was intercourse young, enjoying the holiday, for the sake of re energizing yourself for the afternoon. That was also they were serious about that to more I would say I would rest and I seek a reward from Allah for the time I'm asleep the same way I seek a reward from a lover the time my week. That perfect picture. They got it.

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Once again, just coming back to what we were saying. So

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We are live so just purify our hearts with his book and wash away the one of our hearts with his book and enable us to break our shape on and be connected to this book on a regular basis and to repeat his words and reflect on them until they come to life in our hearts and welcome

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to the subject.

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So, you know how sometimes like names have like definition? Yes. Like,

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does this like Gina and I forgot the name.

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She had had a meaning of

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probably I don't know.

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I don't know.