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Prophetic Policy – Part 2

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Mohammed Faqih

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If hamdulillah Hamad was saying the whole self your whole sad, while the villa hotel I mean surely unforeseen amin say it I'm Marina Mija de la palma de la manga Lin Fela ha de la Chateau La la la la la sharika why shadow Anna Mohammedan sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Abdullah he also. Also if you haven't been healthy you affiliate Bella reseller, Amanda. oma salatu wa salam O Allah,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we spoke about the Prophet being an example for the believers, and a role model sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And one of the aspects as a matter of fact, one of the primary aspects

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of having to be inspired by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and following his example some Allahu alayhi wa sallam is in character. So a lot

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before we talk about his leadership style, his policy sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, how did he deal with people? How did he treat different segments of his community? salallahu alayhi wasallam before we get to any of that, we have to understand or get an idea as to what kind of a person we are talking about here some a lot. So we have a general understanding of the prophetic personality. Right? But let's get to some specifics in sha Allah, Allah regarding the character of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. We know that leadership experts say that the character of the leader is very instrumental in bringing about any positive change in a company or in a setting that the leader

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has to be in as an inspiring figure, right. So and then there are qualities that they basically say that the there must have 1234 right. So what was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam like, right? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had

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the best of character as Allah subhanaw taala mentioned in the Quran in Surah Al Quran verse four, what inuk Allah Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala said to him, we're in Naka la la, hola Qin Aleem. Indeed, you are, have a great moral character. Right? And there's one very interesting

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point that some scholars make when Allah subhanaw taala uses the word Lana hola Kenobi. Right?

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This is it is as if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam dominated Allah means what it implies, hopefully, it implies that you are above or you're upon, right, great character. So it implies that the process of them encompassed everything when it comes to good character Salalah who it was and he had every aspect of the perfect personality Salalah and he was in it and he had to be, there's actually a chapter that we skipped over, maybe we'll dedicate inshallah, day when we're when we talk about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, even when it comes to his physical feature of some Allah, Allah even sent him Allah Subhana, Allah to Allah made him, Allah Subhana Allah perfected him

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for that rule. You know, some of the scholars discuss why he had he had to even when it comes to his looks, Allah I didn't even send them. He had to be very distinguished from a law and he was

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right, because his features his demeanor, the way he carried himself some Aloha and he was not being for instance, too tall or too short. So a lot of

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these were very key in making him what be accepted by people. And making him someone who inspires the average person. His height being average was from the hikma of Allah subhanho wa Taala and people can relate to him, some of them are listening to old people and short people and average size people write the prizes and did not have any features sallallahu alayhi wasallam when it comes to his, you know, physical appearance, that may have thrown people off, right, sometimes that person could have a characteristic that will make you kind of you know, nothing, nothing wrong, it doesn't it doesn't bring the value of that individual down, right. But for someone who is coming with a

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universal message that is going to have to inspire a wide range of people, you know, the prophets I send them on last path I chose for him to have very balanced and very, you know, symmetric you know, physical features facial features. Salalah while he was sent him his speech Salalah the son of the President did not have any issues with that Allianz salado center, so that no one can use that what?

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against his message, so that it would not get in the way. Right. Likewise, his character sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his his manners sallallahu alayhi wasallam were perfected

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the best in his character.

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Allah Subhana, Allah mentions that in the Quran, his companions, those who came in contact with him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and dealt with him. They said, not only did they praise his characters of the law and even sell them, but they also mentioned the specific aspects of his, of his character. sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And so we have divine perspective, we have divine message, Allah subhanaw taala, praising him, and allow not praise someone who's not praiseworthy. And then we have what we have the observation and the perspective of those who accompany them some of the highlights of them and lived with him and interacted with him.

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So and and the first of these, Heidi that they bring, they bring the hadith of Sophie had been to

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write about the Allah and her own woman, he and his wife.

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And Sophia, it's very interesting that Sophie is the one that says this, because Sophia was the daughter of who

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was

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a rabbi, right? A Jewish rabbi. This is his daughter, Sophia, and she said this after the past that have had passed away, so Allah, she's informing people. What kind of a man she was, she was she had a, you know, a great time with What kind of a man the prophet SAW Selim was. She said, Now, I hadn't. I have not seen anyone

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escena Hola, como Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to be better than the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Right? And,

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you know, I don't know, did I mentioned to you how Sophia will be alone. Sometimes the process I send them would walk with her, he would walk her home. You know, her apartment was a little further than the rest of the waves of the process of sending. Or she was one of the, maybe one of two or three, whose home or whose apartment was a little further from the machine. So the processor would walk her home and walk with her salon and the Prophet sallallahu it was she was also small or petite. Right? And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said will will mean he would kneel. So I'm Allahu alayhi wa sallam, so that so that she can step on his thigh to write her animal. Right? We're not

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talking about holding the door. We're talking about that right thing that being the footstep.

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Right being like a stepping stool for the person, some of lahardee who said and she, there is that famous story when she fell down. And she complained about

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you know, we'll say this for those who are online, but edited out in Charlotte, Allah.

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You know, Silvia was travelling, and then her her camel tripped and fell down, and she fell off the camel.

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So she fell off the camel and she started crying, the frog seldom learned about it. So she can't he came back to help to help Sophia. And he tried to calm her down. But when the process of them came to help her and calm her down, she started crying louder.

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Right. And the process was trying to calm her down. And she's getting louder and louder, to the point where the process of them had to what?

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Tell her enough, Sofia, us

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is getting too much. And then he walked away. His presence there Did not he basically helped her to get up. And she was complaining about her camel. She's like, I have, you know, my camel is horrible. My camel is this and the process. And I was like, This is not the time for it. And then the officer said, I realized that they were actually traveling. So the process of them had to what?

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When he stopped everybody stopped. You're talking about massive number of people 1000s if not 10s of 1000s of people. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Okay,

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what are we going to do now until we solve her issue?

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All right. So the process I've ordered the the people to to basically get down in camp

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and his day so they they they put up his his tent for him someone law and he was in them. And he walked into his 10th Salalah Alayhi, salaam Sofia, she thought that she really upset, you know, the process and I was upset with her. So and it was her turn. That was her day. So she went to it and she said,

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I really don't feel like going in there. So why don't you go I'll actually spare my day, give you my day.

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Right?

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With the condition that you actually go and

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You know, basically helped me get the promise I set him to forgive me for a while, you know, for the scene that that I that I, you know, it was a huge scene, right drama and all. She so I Superman took the video, like, yeah, Daily Show, she went. And she said that when I enter the process, I'm said actually what are you doing? This is not your day. She said, Well, let me tell you a little lie. She told them. Sofia. So she said that later, he went to Zainab Zainab bint jahsh, his first cousin, what kind of external Navara and she had multiple camels or animals. She had more than one. Obviously, she, she was maybe wealthier, you know, maybe she had some for her, you know, for her.

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You know, sometimes when you travel, you know, you have members of the family, they travel one person will have three suitcases.

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And then one person has what? One carry on and that's it. Like,

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you know, so some people have, they have more needs, right? You know what I mean?

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So she had multiple camels. So he went to her and he said, Why don't you lend your sister Sophia? One of your camels.

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And she said to me to him, Anna

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Yeah, who do you think

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she said,

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and the profit center was upset because she said that he just walked out some Omaha Davidson.

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Right. And he walked out on a lot. He said I'm in did not talk to her for almost three months.

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Because of this

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Is it his cousin one of his wives salamati. Until she of course, apologize right

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now, so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the best of people. When it comes to his character. She said, I've never met anyone like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Ellis says, In the Hadith collected by Bukhari and Muslim will lie. He said, lucky for them to see me. I served him for nine years malim to Hokkaido, Alicia in Santa to Lima for Al Qaeda, Al Qaeda. And he I don't remember ever, that he actually said for something to something that I actually did. Why did you do such and such? He never questioned anything that I did. I will be showing interest to who or to something that I didn't do, I failed to do. Right. He left al Qaeda, Al Qaeda, why did he do such

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and such, he never questioned him. Some of the scholars say this.

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This is in and of itself is a praise of Ennis and all the law and all that and as you know, did not do anything that was blameworthy. Right. So this, you know, indirectly shows us used to comply with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his request. However, you should follow Allah. However, the Hadith that was collected by Muslim, Ana's himself says, because someone might come and say, well, that's me. Of course, he would never say to us, He will never question and this is judgment. Right. Now, obviously, we have to qualify this, that the processor never questioned the anus when he did something that is not

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objectionable. From like a shadowy point of view, obviously, if it is made a mistake, that needs to be corrected the process of correcting them. But when it comes to something that where Anna's made his best judgment, made a judgment, did something that he wasn't supposed to do, when he did not do something that he wasn't he was supposed to do? The process and them did not sweat it. He did not necessarily question his judgment or his taste, and especially after the fact. You know, sometimes we question things that don't make, like,

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we try to rationalize things that don't need to be rationalized. You can't rationalize them. Right? I'll give you an example. And this is something I've been struggling with, ever since for the past 20 years. Right? Let's say you know, you go home. You know, your wife made something you made she made a decision or your husband made some, you know, he bought something. Why?

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What What are you thinking?

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Well, I wasn't thinking

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I wasn't thinking I just saw it. You know, I liked it. I bought it was a big deal.

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Yeah, that person has to really sit down and make a case for themselves and really, like explain to you exactly the hikma behind every little action of theirs.

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Sometimes we argue about things that just don't make sense. Right? You change the the the setup of the furniture at home, am I did this

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Why is your man I'm not like getting?

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I'm not getting the fastest divorce that I process. And this is really painful, you know someone getting married. And then a week later, you're actually talking about divorce. Right? The fastest divorce had to do with it was because she came home. And after he went after the honeymoon phase, which was only 30 days, right? He goes to work, he comes back, She surprised him, she reorganized the house.

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And that started

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a huge fight. Well, what do you think? Who are you to come and just

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change things around?

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Why? What Why did you choose? Cause? There are certain things that you just don't question. You just accept that, Oh, okay. Notice them. Nice. If there is anything, you know, that is not right about them, you can make a very subtle, positive or negative comment in a very subtle way without having to basically ask the person to really explain to you and justify why they did what they did.

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So the President did not question and assess judgment, no judgment or failure. Sometimes there are little failures that you just don't need to question. ignoring them is actually part of being wise and mature. Let it go. The little things, right. So Anna, says Canada, sudo, lifesong, Allahu Allah, He will send them in as soon as you hodaka. He said he was he had the best of character. And then He further explains, he recalls an incident where a lot of felony Yeoman Lee hija, he sent me one day for a business for it to run some errands for him to do something for him for all too, so I said to him,

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I said, Well, I'll add, well, I will not go.

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I have to really look up. What, you know, this comment said about this. Did Ms really say this? Or was he just thinking this in his head?

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And many of the owner might say no, he actually said it just came out of his mouth. Mind us was, was a child. He said, Well, we're lucky to have had Wi Fi NFC and other haleema a lot on Airbnb, your life sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He said, though, in my heart, I intended to actually go and do it.

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While my intention was to do it, I actually said what? No, and this happens. Those of us who still remember their childhood, you have no issue, you're going to do it, but for some reason you feel like you need to say what? No, I'm not gonna do it.

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I'm not going to any analyze or psychoanalyze NSS you know, why it happened? I mean, there may be psychologists or psychiatrists here that can explain to us

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you know, but this is really age appropriate right that age group they tend to do that right or wrong

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sometimes they object for the sake of just objecting

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so Anna said will lie enough or will lie they will lie I will not do it.

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And so he said for her Raj to then I exit

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had a masala Serbian

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until I passed by a bunch of kids boys playing well, homie. I wonder if his soup they were playing in the marketplace.

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And apparently in another reply, he said I was distracted by them. I was looking at them. He was staring at them for either Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Ba ba ba ba ba.

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So he said, when all of a sudden I felt Rasulullah I sent him came and he grabbed me from the you know, he grabbed the back of my neck.

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So the prophesied and followed him. He found him there. He grabbed the back of his neck by left over to La Jolla back so he turned around, he was panicking he turned around and the President had a big smile on his face.

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Right

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sakala and then he said to me and so remembers right like vividly. What the Prophet what happened. Takada Oh nice. He said Yeah. Oh, nice laces like little Ennis. Right? It's an endearment way of calling someone said yeah when he's at the have to hate him or talk. Have you ever have to hate our motto? He said, Did you go to what I told you to go? Other old to? I said Nam. Yes. And other we are sola said yes message of Allah. I'm on my way. I forgot to do it.

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Right. So Anna's is telling us that the promises I'm had the best of character that he was dealing with a child with me as a child. And he when when I said something that may appear to look like it was a challenge to his authority. Salalah I do send them Brazil him did not make a big deal out of it.

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He did not feel threatened.

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Or disrespected or did not hurt his ego. So I sent him because he didn't have ego Salalah Listen, and because he was wise, some allies, because he knew and it was it was just a child just being childish. Right? He didn't make a big deal out of it. Yeah, nice. Did you do

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what I told you to do? So this was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when it comes to his character in general, how was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when it comes to his ability to forgive his tolerance sallallahu alayhi wasallam and his patients, Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about the process of them being the most gentle, and that Allah azza wa jal reminds him of email, I met him in Allah He lint Allah home, when I couldn't afford one variable called villa.

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That it was the mercy of Allah Subhana Allah that Allah made you gentle. So Allah subhanho wa Taala tells the prophets I sent him one of his bounties and blessings upon him, was the fact that Allah has made him What? soft, gentle and lenient. It's not a sign of weakness. Right, as a leader as a head of household as a as a person in charge, if Allah azza wa jal places Rama in your heart, and you act upon that Rama, right? You're not being weak.

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You're being prophetic.

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You're being prophetic. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah reminds him that this is a blessing from Allah azza wa jal that you were soft and lenient. Right.

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And Allah Subhana data tells them had you been following a little clip of you are harsh,

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right, hard hearted people, like he's not micromanage people and enforce them or threaten them or scare them. So how does it not? Yes, they indeed feared and respected the Messenger of Allah says Allah, but they feared him out of what love they did not they feared offending him some a lot as far as Oracle alharbi right? a Bedouin caught up with him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Vegeta who just potentially the to get the items attention, right? He grabbed him. He grabbed, he grabbed the prophets, I send them and he pulled that garment of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had turned over to Illa Satyajit NW sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I thought be he has Shia totally that

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said that very thick border or, you know,

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edge of the garment that he was wearing.

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left the mark on the bruise the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his

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shoulder. Some of those. That's how that's how harsh he was with him. And she did he did better. He He said, either

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more Lehman money lady in deck. The man said he grabbed the process of them the private turns around to see what's going on. What did I do? Like? Who are you is like, give me some money.

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What is the process that I'm doing for HCA? left

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from Memorial, hava so he said give him something

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they say so I would Hagerty.

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So I have a tragedy around a person who is in need was panicking acts in a very foolish manner when people are panicking, or they're in need, they think their emergency should be your number one priority.

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Right? I mean, and I know that sometimes we tell ourselves, well, I'm not gonna make someone else's.

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You know, mismanagement or lack of management, right? And there are emergencies. I'm not going to make that my problem. It's your problem.

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Not if you're a leader. Not if you want to guide people not if you want to lead people not not if you want to serve people, right? So sometimes people come to you and you have to accommodate them. So accommodate him in a very gentle fashion. He did not get offended, though. It was a very disrespectful thing to do. Right? Hey, hey, how dare Who are you? What are you doing? You can't do that. Right. But, but but that at that moment, that it was not the time to do it. Because this man is what is needy, desperate.

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very desperate. So persona Blitz smart. laughs

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So handle I learned from someone that was very inspiring one time, you know, sometimes people act desperately when they are into love, right? So.

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So imagine, imagine, you know, someone that you really respect your chef, your mentor, your teacher, you know, being approached by someone and throw off and being yelled at and being for is a hit or a slab by an old lady or something like that mistaken identity.

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Right.

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So, so imagine that

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Sometimes people bearded people, they all look the same, right? So when bearded guy yells at you, you go to another bearded guy and you yell at him.

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What does that person do? If they're inspired by this prophetic example? What do they do? So, I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. It's all my fault. Please forgive me.

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humbling themselves. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was also an example a great example in his hair, and his modesty. And, and his bashfulness sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Ghana, I should hire Amina nadra, if he

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or she Accra who have no visa Gee, I will say, he said that the promise of send them was more shy than a version

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yet,

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but the President did express himself. However, if he didn't like something we were able to tell from what from his facial expression sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So probably something had great level of modesty and higher

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and higher order modesty and shyness is not

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unmanly.

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Right? Because we live in a time where there is like, severe erosion when it comes to high up. There's a huge decline in higher now. Even even virgins, even even girls are are taught to what, be heartless

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just forget your head, let alone boys. As a matter of fact, I've seen cases where sometimes boys are more have more higher than, than girls in certain settings. Why? Because we were bombarded with messages that continue to tell us this messaging that tells you know you need to be strong. You need to be assertive, you need to be this you need to be that

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high up is a beautiful quality of a leader is prophetic. Right.

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And by the way,

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sometimes it was because of his hire someone like him that he couldn't say no.

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He couldn't say no.

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He only said it when he had to Solomonic. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was also a great example and his compassion Salalah and he was right. We're not talking about just being gentle. We're talking about compassion, being proactive. Right? Compassion means that you actually

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go out of your way and you seek you know, there's a difference between you being gentle when someone comes and offends you.

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Or being soft with

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compassion means that you actually look for for people that need help, and you're going to help them.

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Right? You know that there is someone suffering out there and you care for them.

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Compassion means that you think ahead of time.

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The process of setting them as compassion, by the way went beyond this life. So much so that they're not talking about how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when one day I believe or the Allahu anhu said that Salah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah, Allah 10. Saqqara be 18 he kept reciting one ayah all night long. He could not go past it.

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Can you imagine this rasulillah who used to recite Baccarat lm Ron and Lisa in Wanaka. One night, the President got stuck at one eye. And he just kept repeating it. He kept repeating it. He kept repeating it had to ask but hey Erica, we have rescued

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anyone knows which I was

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into a VIP home for in a better

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way interpret longer in the candle as he's attacking.

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This ayah talks about what he said memoriam, Jesus, the son of Mary is going to be saying on the Day of Judgment.

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rasulillah salam kept repeating that kept repeating the ayah that talks about what he said we'll be saying on the Day of Judgment. When Allah subhanaw taala tells him what about these people? They say that your god they're worshiping you they worshipped you. Did you tell them that? an ISA will say no. Now put your Llama Llama Martini B, then he will say into a battle. If you punish them, they're your servants. They're your slaves. You can do as you wish when telefilm but if you forgive them, FEMA catalyzes

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the Prophet keeps repeating that

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as he just envisioned, and imagine people who are not going to make it

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What is he gonna tell us about how old we are? Salama wood in the morning I said to the Messenger of Allah massive taco Hill, I had tell us about the Taco Bell with this dude with this gdb ballot in the cell to not be so he said. I asked. Lots of

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alysha the Almighty

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He has a loss of how he was begging and loss of power to Allah for to be able to to intercede on behalf of these people.

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On behalf of people that will be, will be when will be of those who will be punished on the Day of Judgment.

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one molecule in Hawaii is a lovely Aloha and welcome to nebia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Fianna ferrymen comi falcom na Indonesia rinella taka rahima Rafi Malik when employees said that we came I brought some of my people we went to Medina and we stayed in Medina for about 20 nights. And that we found the promises and to be very gentle and very soft and compassionate or human.

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He was compassionate salado and

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you know full of mercy and he was gentle fella Ma sha Allah, Allah, Allah helina look at the level of consideration that the person had. He said when he realized when he saw that we started to miss our families.

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Right by larger over goofy him. He said, Go back and stay with them with your families wildly move home and teach them while solo and pray together for either How long is salado for you as in local hydro come when it's time for sunlight, let one of you make them while you're on muqaam

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or William McCormack Baraka.

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Right? So I said, Let the eldest of you leave the salon.

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The point here is that the problem is that I've noticed that they were they were missing their family.

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And the problem is that I'm thought okay, their families also missed them. I can't keep them for too long. They came to learn, they they came to catch up with the rest of the Sahaba. But the process and at some point told him no, you need to go. They did 20 days with the process of them. They needed much more than that, but the process of said, Okay, enough, what you have is enough. Now go be with your families that's more important.

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Right? We sometimes get what

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our coworkers our employees

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ask us for a day off

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or a week to spend with family I've been

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and we're like

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there's work that needs to be done.

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What happened to being just considering I don't know take take willy nilly aniconic

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right, we need to make sure that people have any especially with with with with people that that we want to have long term relationship with worse than that, by the way is when people hold their spouses as hostages

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a year 2345 years without seeing their

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parents or without seeing their families

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you know, longing to being with one's family is it is it that that emotion can be very exhausting. And you have this miskeen or Myskina because both apply miskeen or Myskina right? Working you know just to make you happy

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being there for you because of this bond that you have. This bond is not supposed to be like a life sentence.

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hard labor. Come on, give that person a break. You know what you haven't seen your your your your mom, you haven't seen your family for a while. go spend a couple of weeks spend a month, whatever you can afford. Right? This is from Karina that the professor of teaches us

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what kind of someone law it was sent him a few years and in the process and then was the most loyal. He gives us a great example and being loyal. I shuffle the law and it says, manager to administrate and maybe Salalah had even said I'm a mentor to other herida she said I never I was never jealous of anyone more than I was then. Khadija

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I shouldn't have deja vu. The process alum was married to her he didn't have any other wife. After Khadija passed away he married soda. And after a while he was married to so that he married Who? Asia. So Asia and Khadija did not interact they did not meet yet, out of all the wives. I said I was most jealous of that Asia. What matters to her, though I had never seen her. We've never met when I can can never use a law who it will sell me look through the camera. Because the process I'm used to mention her a lot. He never forgot Khadija.

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Right? His first person that supported him stood by him sacrifice

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and never you know who was there with him some a lot, isn't it for?

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for better and for worse. She was with him some allies and what Obama has shared that homeopathy. She said sometimes he will

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He slaughtered

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a lamb. He would cut it into pieces. So maybe it will have you sold it to Khadija, then he will distribute that lamb amongst the Friends of Khadija. It is his best friends.

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He will reach out to Heidi's best friend in honor of the memory of Khadija. So listen, this is from his loyalties on the line he was gonna write.

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For Obama, Portola who and sometimes I would like, you know, any, it will come out of further jealousy will basically

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take over and she will say, Can you tell me?

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Sometimes I will say to him, yeah, Rasulullah Yanni you're, you're acting like as if there was no other woman in dunia. Like you've never met any other woman except Khadija.

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Right? Fair enough, can it? What can it we're kind of leaving how on it. And then when I whenever I say that, I mean, I should learn not to repeat that a lot. Because whenever she said that, the processor will start telling her what, let me tell you about Khadija. You wonder. You wonder why I still you know, remember hydrogen I love Khadija. Right? Well, Khadija used to do this and to do that and then he will start talking about hydrogen

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and the process of enjoyed speaking about Asia,

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while the Allah

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and the Prophet sallallahu today said we'll conclude with this the prophet SAW Allah.

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I didn't want to go to the next one. The prophet SAW Selim was the, the A great example in humility and humbleness. Allah azza wa jal commanded him and commended him some Allah, Allah Subhana Allah told him to well, Phil, Jenna hack eliminate tobacco, meaning lower your wing, humble yourself towards the believers.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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did that baby Who me? They said that the promises send them when he passed by little children, he would acknowledge them. And he will, you know, humble himself. So Allah, they send them and interact with them, I promise I'm literally like would bend down, bend down. Right. And sometimes, you know, Neil Salas on the on his knees. And sometimes if we see someone, especially someone who is respected or like someone who we may consider as a leader, right? If they do something like this, when we look at them, we're like, isn't that person being a little childish here?

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You're not being childish.

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will pay a special attention to them. You know, he would. And by the way, that did leave a huge impact on them. I'm loving the alpha. Right? said that. I remember when I was very little, that the process of selling them sprayed water in my face from his mouth.

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That's the only thing he remembers. from his childhood. He was very little, it was a child. And the prophecy had water in his mouth. And he sprayed it. Like, right on him. Some of my son

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whether it was to bless him or to play with him alive, but he just remembers that. He doesn't remember that. But he obviously remembers it as what, as a positive experience that he had with the process and its use inspire him. Right. In the process. Elon did that with him. So the process of them used to engage them. And sometimes What can I tell Jerry to Tahoe via D sometimes a little girl will come grab his hand processor. Right? But don't play a big shot.

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Right? Jerry means a little girl or it means a slave girl. So we'll come grab his hand. Let me show you something. So

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let me show you what I've done. Maybe he built a little castle from you know, mud. So the the price I won't go? He will he wouldn't say well, I don't have time for this.

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What can I ask you if when I know what the price is I'm used to fix his own shoes. Were cartel bound elbow patches on you know garments, some of our center where they will shadow he will milk his own. You know, he will milk his his goat some of them will you jettison Misaki in and he would interact or interment mingle with the poor. He would actually literally like sit with them. When she made that automatic you will miss when a team if he has it in him. The President will go with it with the orphans and the process that I'm used to go and help the homeless and the needy. Right. So he was he was busy some a lot and he was and he was and the process and I will respond to the invitation of

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anyone. Even if he was invited to something that was like, even if the person invited him to, to a meal that involved nothing but bread and oil.

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And he wouldn't go to someone's house. So where's the stuffed lamb? No, whatever they present it the person will go and respond to them. So Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he would even respond to the invitation of slaves. If the slave said came to the promised land,

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Is that the other sort of law? We want you to join us? Who would join them? Some a lot isn't last.

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inshallah. The prophets of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a great example in his bravery in his courage sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was courageous. I think it'll be a long one Who says that? When when, in the heat of the battle we used to hide behind the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and

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Albert

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Albert Ivan as well the Allahu anhu said that the bravest the most courageous of us were those who would stand next to him. Most of us we stood behind him.

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He was at the forefront of a lot and a cinematic set, kind of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam it is in a nasty way that what can I do with the nasty what can actually join us? He was the most craziest of people. What a bit fuzzy, fuzzy a little muddy Medina to a Latin

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welaka treasa annual Medina t that LED lighting from Paula pan so table of salt he said there was one night where we heard a scream someone was screaming for help

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in in somebody's way out it says it was towards the western side of Medina Salah there is a mountain called Jebel Salah. Right. From there. A sound came someone yelling.

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So people got together. Did you hear this? Yeah. Okay, what's going on? Someone is asking for help. Okay. So people started to walk towards that area where the sound came from, as they were walking, as they were about to reach it. before they even got to where the voice came from. The Fed he that he said

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Fatah hum Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arogya and they found that also la sent him coming back. The profit center was on his way back. Well, cassava homido salt

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in another in one narration instead of the process of them had his garment was pulled all the way they were able to see is above his knee some a lot isn't. He was on a horse. Well, who I thought I see Lee I be a tall hater. Early.

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He was on a horse or a mayor that belonged to a Buddha.

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Right?

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For your own, copy his safe and he had his sword

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wrapped or hanging around his neck. So I just want you to, to imagine this way. akoto lamb Torah, Orlando, Orlando, Orlando, ala turabian. Met halfway.

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But film about

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cinema and watch it now one out in the hula Baron.

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So, you know we'll conclude with this story. This is a very interesting story. So Anna says that one night, it's night time we hear a scream coming from somewhere. You don't know who it is? It could be? It could be an attack on Medina. We don't know what it is. So people gathered together. Did you hear this? Yeah, you heard that? Okay, what should we do, we should go and see, you know, what the deal is, as they were, you know, on their way, they're the promises and them is coming back from that side of town on a horse. Right. And the horse did not have a saddle

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is sitting, balancing yourself on a horse in and of itself requires some skill. Let's say that was very common back then they all knew how to, but to to be on on top of a horse that without saddle requires a level of what a strength and skill but also to allow one who was on his way back. He took care of the situation.

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He had a sort of, you know, around his neck. That means when the process of him heard the screen, the problem was the first one to jump out.

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He didn't say I'm I'm my enemies. You know,

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number one target. I should hide. I should take guards with me. No, he was the first one to respond. He was the first responder sallallahu alayhi wasallam to go and rescue whoever it was not knowing what the situation is on as he was running Salalah Harley sort of towards where the voice came from, or the sound came from. He saw one of the mayors of Appleton, right? One of his horses, and that horse, they said was a lazy horse. It was like a horrible horse. Right? It was not the best of horses. The process of them jumped on it. And they said as soon as the process of them jumped on it that horse took off.

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They said by the time the first and in some other rewired? They said when the Prophet said lamb came back that horse verboten. He was sweating. The horse was sweating, which was shows that it was it was really wow. And everybody was shocked because they all knew that this was one of the lousy lousy

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Horses have ibotta.

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And they said, this is from the more Jesus from the miracles of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam whenever he rode a camel or a horse, even if that camel or horse was not that good.

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The strength and the speed of that camel will be unbeatable. So how

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so and the promises and them commented on his experience with that horse. He said, Well, you know who Baron? Barney is? What, what does Barney ocean? Right? He said it was like an ocean meaning it was so fast and it was so strong.

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Right? And he took care of the situation in another rewire. It says, what the process that I've had to deal with. He said, Oh, it was, you know, so and so's shepherd. You know, one of her, you know, she, she basically fell down the mountain. Right? And I had to take care of her. So she screamed,

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right? She was losing her. So I said, we took care of it.

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And he said to them, learn to rattle or latch, any lump to allow any. You don't need to panic, don't panic, don't panic. Right? error sometimes use they negate something when they actually want to, you know,

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they negate something to imply that you shouldn't it shouldn't happen. Like for instance, in English, when someone comes to you, and you say, let's say they threaten you, and you're like, no, you're not gonna do it. You're basically telling that person not to do it. Right.

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So the process I've said to them, you know, don't panic, don't panic. Right? Calm down. It's okay. I took care of some allies. I was the first person to respond, baby homie. Some of my earliest May Allah Subhana Allah bless our Prophet, Lama, Saldana, Mohammed Abdullah so they can beat me while I was watching with Ray to come on. So late ally Brahim rally Rahim. barichara Mohammed Abdullah Saleh, below me while I was while he was already come about Okta, Abraham and Abraham, in the medium. He actually has some examples I wanted to share with you about that last one, but maybe you shall know. We'll, we'll begin with that next next time. Because I know cases where let's say, you

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know,

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members of the household will tell you there's like a snake or a rat outside and you're like, you call your wife to go take care of it.

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So how long will lead to really well taking shower questions on Thursday night, inshallah.