Lessons From The Hijrah 2

Mohammed Faqih


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tonight's lecture is has to do with the Bible.

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The disruptive

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mood the place

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as I was saying last week,

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this month of

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the third lunar month

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is a very

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it's a very

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important month

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terms of what had taken place in this this particular month in our history

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familiar with one, one event that took place which is

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which is

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which indeed, it seems to be according to calculations, the the accounts are historians, it seems to have taken place at this point, there's pretty much consensus amongst historians, Muslims and non Muslims alike and scholars that the

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project was

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pretty much disagreement.

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Another consensus is on the day of the week

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in which the

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settlers was born.

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Obviously the proximal wise and based on authentic hadith

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The Prophet said about Monday

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need to feed the data.

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Right. So

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as to when

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when he was born, that's a matter of

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disagreement. And it's, you know, there are reports that suggest that I think second or fourth, there is another one that suggests that he was born on the 12th, which is most popular. However, it

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was probably not the most authentic. And there is the opinion of it

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hasn't been many others, that he was more on the eighth. And this is what actually is, this is what

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I would say.

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According to calculate the calculation of employers, he was a mathematician, and he was Serrano.

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It actually

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says that he was born on the eighth of this month of this, this is to me the most effect of so most likely, he was born on May 8. Now, someone might say why is it that when it comes to the birth of approximately there's all these different opinions, simply because

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Arabs, the Arabs are not the type of people who just turned this up. They were not the type of people that calculates with the

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days. But when it comes to yours, they used to give me yours names. Like I'm either june

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of the year of the elephant,

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our prison, the year of sadness or sorrow, which is the year in which the customer was in his wife, and his greatest support, as well as his uncle, I will call it second greatest of the supportive at that time was passed away so that he was named or titled out of prison.

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So they used to name the years but not necessarily the the end the month of course had made but the days themselves did not necessarily, but when the progress of the long running center had

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companions as his followers,

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his day of the other dates that the other important dates of the process of life, sometimes life were recorded. Or we have reports giving us better idea when the other events took place. Okay, so when it comes to the birth of approx on wireless, and it is there's a big debate on when the person was born, the popular opinion is that he was born on the top of the issue of him being born on the 12th, although it's a popular opinion, kind of, there's an aspect to it that

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exception that has that has to do with the clock that disturbs me, especially when I see signs of celebration of the 12th, especially CMR from say, the person who died and he was 63. Exactly. So he was born on the 12th. And guess what,

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happened to be a Monday, and he got on a Monday as well. We know that he died when he was born on the Monday and he died.

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Right. So

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one of the scholars says that celebrating his birth is not necessarily

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any more significant or important than being sad on a day

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in which the process of dying

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the death of the prophet or the 12th actually brings back the memory of Medina. Medina had to go through right when the audience and then passed away. And this is a magic treasure that the data pops on Walmart isn't arrived, Medina, everything, everything that the Medina everything, basically illuminated. It was it was a Brightest Day of windy. And the day he died on his watch tonight, he said darkness covered every corner when he

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was the darkness. It was the most saddest day ever that Medina has seen.

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The promise of above and even synonyms, death took place on the 12th of November. This is the most authentic.

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So the eighth was when he was born, the 12th was when he had

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died. And another incident took place on multiple vehicles in Asia. And if you remember, at the beginning of the year, I said we'll talk about the significance of VR as a concept. But as to the details of Patreon. And some of the greatest lessons of fidra that I said we're going to be discussing in this month because this is what happened.

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And I intentionally did this is to bring that awareness a lot of people talk about they are under the impression that his or her took place in would have no actually literally took place in rugby. But the reason the calendar starts wouldn't have them is because it was a first lunar month. So when basically took decided, with the after the consultation of the Muslims, he decided to use the Hydra to be the most significant of all events in the history of this promo. And to be considered the birth of this. Right. I want to

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start the year the process of migrating and not necessarily the month is the month was the third month of the year. But he went back and started from holidays. Right? But that doesn't mean that the proxies have actually immigrated towards the end of summer. He left America towards the end of the month, the second month suffer and he arrived Medina

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in the first portion of IBM I guess there are differences of opinion some scars even go to the extent of saying that he arrived when

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they go to you know, so he was born on 12. According to them, he was he arrived early on and he died August.

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So people are very interested in these kind of details and to me

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I don't see much in it. But I see a lot in the story of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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Pedro, right.

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migration from Mecca to Medina. Now, someone might say

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was listed great

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significance of the history of the process is so important. Of course, the fact that it was used the fact that it was used as getting in front of a camera.

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The fact that it was used to mark the beginning of our calendar. summit calendar shows that

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the hero had significance not only in our eyes in the eyes of the companions of the prophecy,

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they consider the hero to be the most significant of all of us.

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It marks the birth of this, the beginning of our history.

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Oh, you know, we have the person of the Prophet, we had the creation of Adam, right?

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That's part of the snap. Right? But he was the turning point.

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Digital was the first victory. The first Well, someone might say, Well, I'm gonna accept that Islam. And the prompts consider that to be a victory for Islam and Muslims. But the greatest of all victories was what are the fruits of the greatest of all victories was?

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In the process of

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many things,

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you know, many of the

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I would say,

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many of those elements that are presented evil were defeated.

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On a personal level, evil was defeated.

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On a societal level, evil was defeated.

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So, Hitler does not only you know, it's not only important, because it's part of our history or because

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no, it's actually it means a lot to us. And we should understand what it means to us and discuss this issue. Are

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we talking about a consequence. So let's talk about the

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behavior of MST, Overwatch, Overwatch.

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See, when the province

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declared his message, and he made it public,

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the struggle, a different, you know,

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a new struggle between falsity and truth.

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Good and evil.

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Might, darkness started a new struggle.

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And this struggle was pretty much

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the pressure or the

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the time was was one sided.

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But with the promise of a warm body will send them less

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Mecca to Medina

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was seen to be a loss.

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What seemed to be a defeat, you know, you have something we abandon your city or when someone runs out, or they kick you out. That is pretty much what

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when you consider that

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defeat, especially if you're not retreating to any place or you know, a brand new place that you don't know whether it's going to work out, it's not going to work. But the promise of love is shifted. And that's why I find in the right, please, this thing is keeping me and I see I see a lot of hope. I see many of us many lessons on the individual basis. You know, a lot of a lot of us are really

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I know individuals that could actually benefit from the hero of the product, if they reflect on that

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a lot of us are stuck in situations. It could be a relationship, it could be a job, it could be a study, it could be certain circumstances in which we are limited in which many people are very depressed and what they do.

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Many people are very depressed, many who are very down

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there, and some people are caught missing a lot of opportunities. They're caught up in their own little corner, their comfort zone. And they don't go beyond that they don't try to basically explore.

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They don't try to go to different domains.

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So they get stuck there in the same spot, same place. Years passed by the Patreon, in my opinion is one of the most inspiring stories that will help us as individuals, as individuals

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to see hope beyond beyond our circumstances and situations.

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Because you have to sacrifice you have to leave your comfort zone you have to do put your trust in almost you have to have some kind of strict You have to do it all these elements are elements of success.

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So that's what I see.

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This is another beautiful aspect. When it comes to the here.

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We know about the sign out right? How many of you know about

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the process of sharing journey from Mecca to democracy? That was for the Medina.

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Yes, that was not

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why because he came back from

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It was a two way it was a round trip.

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Madness, Medina was one way.

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only do one way there is much more way.

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Much more sacrifice. In fact, you take much more risk, especially nowadays,

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you're most likely to be flagged.

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And you might be subjected to extra sleep. If you do a one way reservation, so just keep that in mind.

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my plan was

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it was mostly the summation. And then seven

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It was around

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Medina was pretty much in the beginning, it was what

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was the one way

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it was

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it saw it was done with the least amount of effort from the officer will ask a second question.

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You might have to give us a one night sleep.

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Woke up, but it was.

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But we're here to sacrifice as fast as we

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can have.

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The problem have to spend some time and money that someone else had to spend money. So he drew up the possible lines, and with the help of almost combat what he has, he has done in the most most of the work himself the planning in a way, but it was a miracle. He wrote an animal. That's

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right. And by the way, if the

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answer was you can just get me out of this. Technically, he could have just done the easy way out of Medina.

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Right, when to read, and then to read read the graph again, here's a graph, this type of journey is even shorter.

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Maybe one jump isn't banana,

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don't have to wonder where he is and get

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the property right from his bed all the way to where where the missionary number was supposed to be built wrong. That's right there, okay, this is where we're gonna come over. No,

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that's not how much

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that's not possible.

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And instead approximate, plan prepared, and then executed. And then there was a great risk. And then all the all the drama that all the little things that happened and amazing, each one of them every lesson

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we would have not been able to relate to

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as should we should, as we do right now, if it was like this right now.

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Right, who can just slide out

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from the crowd so that we can all know.

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So I wouldn't have to go through any of those checkpoints at all

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is for the console, not exclusive for the products. But when it comes to hinder is required for all of us, you know,

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you might find yourself in a situation where you might have to

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have some kind

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of a take certain decisions not to

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give up some sacrifice.

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But we would have not been able to relate or get any lessons from the

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story, if it was done

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to the fact of the Constitution have to go through all the steps to do to make this video.

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that's why it's

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so intellectual.

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First of all,

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his role was was not a treat, it was not a defeat, the promises

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that compromising

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what is the first

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time that

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he did not necessarily sit at the beginning and say, You know what, I'm going to spend 10 years from the moment to declare the three years, three years will be secret secret

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where I have to adjust to the whole thing and get used to it. And then we'll declare it after three years 10 years and

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then I'm going to give Medina

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chapter eight.

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I must have been probably

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After three years of secret without himself getting to know what

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a solution with the problems described just with the whole thing.

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You know, we become,

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we become a testable idea to the whole concept of

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it takes you some time, especially if you have to deal with this.

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I was commissioned with

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this new to have

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beginning, I mean, the first time we've seen

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in a very instant fashion was in his wife seeking support, which, by the way shows, right the initial reaction to the whole thing shows that the processor was not an apostle in NASA for 14 years.

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He was shocked, he was as surprised as me.

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As an obligation, responsibility. You can't,

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you can't compromise. There are many responsibilities at

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After he received the message, he went to sleep.

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Right? The first few days. And he was covered a lot to deal with the person.

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Time to sleeping and resting again, it's all over.

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at the end,

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when you are done with whatever we have given you any resources that may have given you is all over, what should you do, go play ball and relax.

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Or go to those places

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console can

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to the console, Laura

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was the beginning, say, so the Prophet didn't know what to make out, he went to the leader, the leader basically helped him out that she went to

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the processing for three years. In fact,

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he didn't have to declare a public event last

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night to make public.

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The minute he made it public, he initially had an idea of what was happening. But the minute he made it public, and he became a production.

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Everything changed. That was cool. It's totally different games. And so they started during the process of

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responding to them. And despite

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sincere, genuine attempts to the towers of when they put you through, that didn't help but handle that suffering.

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And the rest of the competitive process will lead to a loss of gravity, enough time to either accept

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or not accept.

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It was time to go beyond that.

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Now we have fulfilled every level every household in America,

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your job is to deliver. And that is awesome for us. Our job is to deliver the message.

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One thing, we haven't done our job and delivering the stuff.

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We're sitting around,

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try to do what we do, which is totally different from what they're used to.

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So our job is to deliver and our job 72 to impose. It's not or or take Islamic values and really implanted in someone's system that we get. We don't have that power. We don't have that role. And it's our responsibility to do that. It's actually up to the last paragraph. Know, even if we assume that we don't have them.

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So the

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message to every household which we did,

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through dedication is work.

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The job 24 seven, the problem is not clock at a clock out.

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Because you can't stop in the sun for being at night. You can't go

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It's my day off. Today is my day off.

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Or someone can tell me about

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my day off.

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There is no such thing.

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Who is better than he also asked that

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this is our job, why?

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Our business throughout the 10 years, right? And then he delivered his message to every corner of every household in America. He was ordered to go beyond now go beyond the methods. So the closest place to my cup life, and he got a reaction from there he was actually

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please don't chase him out of the city of fire.

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It was something very interesting. We were talking the other day.

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We're sitting would have to

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keep going. So

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we were sitting, talking, and he was telling me about how he was applying. And then and then they were leaving. They were they actually trespassed. He didn't even know that that particular

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they were in the hills of applied, and they want to go somewhere. So they went through the land of someone. I met from the people.

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And they didn't know that this was someone's property doesn't have any size. It doesn't have any any.

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Say we're walking. He said he started stoning them,

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started throwing rocks at them.

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And he said,

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the people of the city they have they have a history of stoning.

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stoning people.

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When he said that,

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he said that he reminded me.

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How many of

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you remember seeing that was?

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Do you remember seeing bubbles around the

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levels? But that's not the funny thing. You know?

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You didn't watch the right thing

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was the right thing.

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Except that the records are not colorful.

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But anyways,

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is that if you bother them, or if they don't like me, this was a good.

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So what's happening?

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If you see them,

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they are

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very vicious.

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So the people have tried to start the process.

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Now the process and started taking take advantage of opportunities like hexies, where people come from different parts of Arabia, people coming in from other than Arabia.

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And he started recently shared with the rest of

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process of settlement

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did a wonderful job.

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It was a youth. It was a young man, a man who spoke the language as an asset.

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And that's what I wanted to set up. She was a he was a very intelligent, very,

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very attractive,

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someone who knows how to carry himself and how to speak and he was very captivating for a long time. So within within a year, he was able to basically multiplying the number of Muslims accepted.

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was was almost close to the number of Muslims.

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Saudi Arabia

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on this list of people

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who simply want to live

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The big things fiction.

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These are the people that are amazing, and they were the keys.

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So they don't lose my patience because I was

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for these sessions.

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So let's talk about how you set it up. Now there was a good number of Muslims in

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streets, but you have to wait for permission for the walk, because his entire life is gonna become awesome.

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which again shows that he is the person

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who can say he can

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say that I only follow that he has revealed to me. And even if you don't read the history this year, you will find enough evidence that this man cannot be anything other than a profitable

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because in his life, he was guided every step that he took.

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And if he took any step on his own, that was not approved

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This is chromosome optimizer. So profit Hathaway permission was given for the Muslims for the powers of police, from Africa to many

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other places.

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Because home brothers and sisters is not as we said, When we come back, home is not necessarily inflationary.

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You know, I know I know how to

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choose a place

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nowadays to be born.

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while flying, could be a breath. So what is

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your flight from cabinet America where

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you're taking a flight, especially the subject.

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So you're thinking

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so people are learning at

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home is really, right home is where you can practice your beliefs.

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For a believer, you know, as

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he says, this entire planet is too small for a believer to be hopeful.

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Because a believer is universal,

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entire universes. So wherever you are, wherever you can see the most common the most

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wherever you can, please. And that's why we came up

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with this what

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we know the process of a teammate is he has over 100,000

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followers, 100,000 followers, how many people are very beginner within the city, the city with

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more than 10,001 to witness 10% there are some

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who are very old or the place, right?

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What is going on now as ever, obviously and

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as far as kingdoms,

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right, it's over parts of Turkey that's all over the place. And

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they were all over the place.

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Because their mission or their home was where they can make a difference and where they could actually be pleased and lots of animals.

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So the process can

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inform the companion that they were given permission to go to when he started going to Medina force amazing stories of how they left everything behind we talked about before we talked about

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how he left. But there was one person that was not given permission to leave that was a

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Right and

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to prepare

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to cannabis

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character and the Constitution of the kingdom that

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he came up with a plan. The plan included things like the worker preparing the candles and hiring

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a guide a person

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navigation system

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who was not needing a Muslim.

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They hire the best at that time.

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And in that business, that you go after what qualities and experience

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You know, if that means that you may not, you may

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choose someone that that that is not of your faith.

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So to hire a doula who not only was the best, but also we had what he had good good manners, and we get some decency, because we don't want someone who's going to expose you or someone who's going to betray.

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You know, basically make sure the profitable learning centers have

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arranged for me to sleep at this place. So a fresh look at

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peek through the holes, the cracks of his door and see someone laying down so they think it's possible.

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And he came up with a tire basically flat and instead of going north to Mecca,

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to add our webcam, what they did is able to stop first, and then they made a U turn.

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Right, so they took too long, they went stop. And when they went south, the process of this plan was you have to

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be comfortable with this.

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What's the supposed to bring him the news of America is that what is happening? Right, he was

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more likely his communication

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was to bring the food

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right. And

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serving, he was supposed to bring the sheets to where they were, they had a they had a herd of sheets. So he brings the sheets they drink from the building. And, and the sheet will will erase the foot print of Alcoa as

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you see how this is just an amazing and the whole thing was set by processor this whole plant. So the profit goes up to a

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seizure for three days, three days. And then they proceed to Medina

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not using the regular wraps, but everybody used for a different route through the desert, through the desert.

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This was a

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execution excellent.

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After all, you must have

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a plan and execute Well, they usually rely on that. And they give credit

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to their planning skills into their execution and all that. But in the case of approximately two pieces of lesson of how to how good planning has to be coupled with what fully Okay, reliance on data and certainty.

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So it's practically speaking, you must plan and you must execute Well, you must do your best. But at the same time,

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which is a very difficult process, you do not rely on your planning and execution, but you run on the last panel

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that is guidance.

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After all, is the logo. So with the process of doing all of this, how to make everything succeed, except

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to teach us a lesson and realize, again, and what kind of title wanted

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to see also the great American courage after all of this, the second of some wonderful comedy, because

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they got all the way to the key. And if you have not been to the cave to the cave of film

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saying maybe you should make a special trip

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and ask him to go there because it is very exhausting. But we want them to remember we

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we had a special trip just before that we didn't even go

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around we went to we didn't see our

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teachers from the students. We went to the to the tables.

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And it was about 45 minutes going up to 15 minutes coming down. And as we were going up

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we're gonna

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have like a lot, right? Yes.

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And the hotel was great.

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She was pregnant.

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She was almost tears when she was pregnant what six or seven months pregnant and she was thinking the food for three days.

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All the way coming down.

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In the past we got we got a we got to get to the cable cable.

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To me, it has to be anyways, it's never been the case, you'll be able to see anything.

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you will be able to see. Exactly.

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Right. But that's how open it was.

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Guess what they got to that place?

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For a

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long time nervous.

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He was nervous. And then he said, Yeah,

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I think one of them will just look down, he'll then despise

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the process of sitting there.

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calm. In fact, as soon as possible, enter the key.

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Even the sleep of who was nervous

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to speak. And as the quote says, What did

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you know?

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That if you are being watched,

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if you are under the protection of the law, and you understand the

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process, and you believe that they will be comfortable, you will see, you'll have no problem.

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You recall

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the smile on his face? Yeah.

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What do you think of too much?

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With his protection,

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they were not able to see the profit syllabus.

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And by the way, the story of the spider web and the the prison eggs that

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that story is not effective. It has no basis.

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It is the spice of the story.

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But it has no basis. It has no historical basis. The The story is fabricated. Actually, according to some scholars, the whole story is fabricated.

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It's a story that that the chain the chain.

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So the story is that instead, so we know this piece of information important? Wow.

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No spiderweb.

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And they still didn't see that. If you don't see that, stat also, you'll see we'll get another reason why the story is not spent. Because it has two openings and the openings just to get

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to see what kind of strategy

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to block someone from seeing a

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story that.

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So when they were not able to see we were totally blinded, just like the officer went out of his house.

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There are teachers and submissive through this possible reaction of the team to work with reliance on what's

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the purpose of leaves after three nights they could not find him and they take that route that nobody else took before. In this way. someone catches up with

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the whole story of syrup again, the prophet is walking with some

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sunshine and rain

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and a woman is getting nervous and he turned around constantly not even turning

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the whole he's just watching focus on his goal focus on his destination, but he did not get distracted by any of those things. So we just walked he did not even turn around oh my god really. So this should be good. So it also was working and guess what happens? So a lot of trouble. Now swappable sweating in the

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shower, stop himself. Now the problem is is according to some reports, is course something inside the the

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the SAP and he started shouting for help

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this time.

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Why because someone's calling upon him for help. And we probably cannot ignore that. So he can take off this is I have his destination for a second to help someone who needs help. So the problem turns around to help

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a man who was who was about to to quit farm

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and he gets a lot of relief. Not only that, but he said I contribute

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unless you go

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to destroy you could have done that. But he said we'll let you go back and try to keep them away from us and after

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the the

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the bracelets

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The Crown of Pisa

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swapped the pregnancy test. What was you talking about? Are you talking about this episode

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is a guest This

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Peter Peters Welcome 123 this morning he saw

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this rumblings because of course later, and then on his way back in town, people come in traffic somewhere that, that that site from of the road, it's an opposite Go back, go back to go back, you don't need to have one as far as go, and there's no one there, go back.

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And, of course, make some phone calls on the list, just go grab this, you know what happens so often.

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So what ended up being amongst those who, who must have had less to open it off? And what is it what was beyond, and so awful is it was delivered, according to some conditions

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delivered with the processor as fast

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as you are,

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although it was loud, but because of

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promise. So Rob was allowed to put on

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what was not that those, those bracelets and the count. And he sat down in front of everyone.

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He sat in front of everyone. And everyone saw the fulfillment of a

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promise is a promise where he made it he was what chase he had, the problem he had at that time.

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According to anyone who looked at that situation, he admitted he had no control of

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the future from us.

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And makes us who would make such a promise with that level of confidence.

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This is a message from a lot. So it was granted the future. So the

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one thing we noticed was imagine being amongst competitors, we saw this.

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And I wonder sometimes how this happened. Nobody believes in they had that level of amazing commitment to service they saw the fulfillment of

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promises, right?

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So the Prophet reaches Medina. And the story

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reaches Medina and said that the first person who spotted was a Jewish Jewish man, and he's showered, he said,

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you have been waiting for he shall

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have received one thing to be also mentioned. I know some people are like, Oh, my God, he's just

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at that point did not seem

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Actually, it was more of a breakfast party. It was suddenly when the processor came back from one of his expeditions. And perhaps it may be to book when he came back from the Senate.

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Because actually, the poetry

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is to the north of

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England from the south.

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regular class setup. So historians say that actually, not only does that

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looks like

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something that they said actually later on, when the prospect came from a physics position. Perhaps it may be the explanation of the world, but they haven't actually seen it what we said.

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So the problem is the idea, of course. We'll talk maybe two weeks from now about what the professor did. What were the first what was the agenda

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in which

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we stopped right. And, of course I'll take any questions we notice we haven't

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finished Yes.

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Using a tool,

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but because

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there is that idea for our case, then yes, this is important, what does it mean? Because, you know, the scientists say it, you know, the speaking of this and that, what does it mean? They said that

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he was always the first to advocate for this to come first why because of the protection for the message. So, this is important, then you have names that will help us then the name, this is

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nothing is

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different, it is possible, okay? So

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it's not necessarily for himself course is

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for the students

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with the public a journey, and then every time shifting from one side to another, and then sometimes shifting from the front to the back. The problem is, I have noticed this pattern,

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tilted to the left, to the front, and then coming back to the back to the hotel. And then finally, the closer to me doing all this together. So

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he said every time I think that there might be some type of bush as I go forward, just to make sure that everything is

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right and every time.

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But then every time I remember that there could be someone chasing this

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right, just to make sure that you're clear for both sides, you know, secret services,

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is making sure that it's all clear from all sides. So Obama was protected. In fact, he said that the property approach the take out perspective, from going forward.

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He actually asked for permission to go in first, make sure that the cables clear didn't have anything in separation said that he, he made sure all the holes inside the cave, there could be an insect.

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he slept

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on his head was

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of course, in the process of choosing books to be his protection or to be in the dark. I don't think that was necessarily the case, but as soon as possible.

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And to make us realize that companionship is very important.

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And he didn't even

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tell me that

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I was choosing one as well.

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So they said this is for the owner, whoever the value was, I'm gonna have privileges that he had, he had listened to one on one with a processor.

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So the problem was preparing for this you know, some scholars say this, some scholars say that what

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was the best companion

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he was very respectful, he was not loud. You know, with

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some people who have not seen the problem that were many people have not seen the problem. A lot of people have not seen the profit. So they didn't know who the problem was.

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And it was all over the street years younger than that he had gray hair, the property did not have any gray hair.

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So they did not know who the original was the public. You know, you know,

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he was

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until they saw what was changing the price. He went and he started providing the shape of the process.

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was for sure.

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So both had a great that he had a great

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he was being prepared for mission.

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Know what I was saying is digital,

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leaving something

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just walking out walking

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from certain situations may be seen by some people as a feat.

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It is not a defeat, if you have tried to go to a different domain, it is not a defeat if your credit score opportunities, it is not a defeat if you have a time in revision, if you know what you

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different another state if you're trying to move forward in your life, sometimes people for example, they could be in a very destructive, very unhealthy relationship.

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Sometimes people could be,

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could be could have a miserable life with their job or their study, but they don't see any hope beyond that. And they get stuck in what people call comfort zone. And they think walking out from something that is not working. something's not working out, walking away or walking out of that situation. Many people they consider that to be failure and defeat. And that's not the case. If you are going if you're shifting, if you're going from that destructive, unproductive lifestyle, or career or whatever it is that you're stuck in, if you're going to explore something different, right? That's not a scripture. And

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the problem is the fruit market is depressing.

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And it's the place of his birth. Somebody says yes, he was directed to go to Medina indeed Welcome to explore to some new dimension to start. And this was a turning point. It was a victory, digital was a victory. So what I'm saying is we can throw some personal lessons from each other,

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either on a personal level, Peter is not something that

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scholars are

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organizations and can benefit from it and even on the personal level. There are many lessons that we can take

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any more questions? We have three minutes.

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This is