Ubudiyyah Part 2

Mohammed Faqih

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Real World

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the World Wide

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Web,

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I would have wished that we

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could have

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turned off the lights. But you won't be able to see you know the camera. So therefore we have to be

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a mom. Does everyone know what the title of this of this talk is?

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You don't

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know.

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There's no anyone know what the topic is?

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I kind of intended for this to be outstanding in

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20 minutes. Okay, I intended for this to really be either a short hop demo, where I speak for about 10 minutes non stop or make a discussion. Right.

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Last week, he talks about our Boolean right brother Sharif spoke about Woody, and Woody is wizard Woody.

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How many of you were here last week.

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Serving servanthood for serving servitude to lots of Canada has been a true servant, and the truth label.

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That's what there really isn't being being a proper slave that one ought to be. Because everybody's a slave told us

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everybody's asleep, whether they realize it or not, whether they admit it or not, every single person, every single creature, every single human being every single element of this universe is the most of us can handle

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it. So every single one all these people ever everyone they all belong to

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every single thing belongs to Allah. So by default, right, everyone is asleep, whether they realize it or not.

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Now, some choose to recognize that

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and act upon have

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they become serviceable lost. They are certainly slaves.

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Others

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choose not to. And they turn away, they might need to deny and watch. Or they might associate others with a loss of habitat, this this record.

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And they are like a person basically who

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they are runaways from a loss of habitat, in fact, so it's gone in order to refer to them as runaways from so some are runaways, and some are through service.

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So the concept of video that we're talking about is

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being a true servant of lots of habitat.

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And tonight, what I wanted to talk about is how beneficial that is.

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And then I realized that the whole this this subject is vast, but I can't possibly in 20 minutes or short copyright, cover all the beautiful benefits that we gain from subjugating ourselves in our passion.

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And everything in our lives to muscle.

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That will be that will not be fair to try to cover all this in a very short session like this. So I said okay, why don't we just focus on some of those important elements that we gain from being to service will last, and what it means to be a true servant number one, what it means to be a true servant. Now understand that a lot of creators and he sent this message is to help us to free us actually, to liberate us. From what got us in trouble in the first place as human beings what God is out of agenda to begin.

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Because we know that Allah Subhana created Allah with his head, and he placed him in Paradise, the best place,

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the place that I must, Allah perfected the place in a parent's

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right, to that point was perfect, a perfect man in a perfect place until he committed the sin. And that caused him to lose his place in general. Right. So it was a sin.

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What was the cause of that sin? They said shadow design. Let's

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write this this desire that we have. For example, it bleeds

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Promise added that this will be the source of eternal life.

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And somehow it is part of our nature to seek life to eternal life living forever,

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is part of our nature. So some people go and do crazy things acting upon this nature, they may go on, they might try to find a pill or a way to

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like what happened with Michael Jackson, right? They want to prolong the life, they want to live here forever. Or they go and do extreme makeovers and all kinds of things just to stay young and healthy, and they don't want to die.

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Right. So because we live, we think life is a lot of people think that this is this is, this is it, so they want to live forever. And no, we know nobody would live forever, nobody will live forever. So Adam was was was tempted with this. So he was tempted, and he committed sin. And this is what caused me to. So a loss of habitat,

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basically took it out of out of gentlemen, and place them on this planet. And I must have that sense for him at the end of

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the day for the whole family.

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Going down for them to permit an engineer in the community. When a guidance comes, when guidance comes to you from me, then whoever follows that guidance

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for the whole family, there will be no fear of further nor shall they agree.

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So this is this is a must have that sent us a message to free us delivery and liberate us from what got us in trouble in the first place, which is our these desires and lust.

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And this is true of we do that's why we did it for muscle

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servanthood or servitude to a boss panel that liberates it's freezing being a slave because you are a slave, whether you realize it or not. And in you recognizing that acknowledging the last panel to be the master you the snake, Allah subhanaw taala the Lord, you're the servant, you find true Liberty, and freedom.

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Right? True liberty and freedom. Someone might argue that point and say no. ultimate freedom is you wherever you want,

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whenever you want.

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Is that true?

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ultimate freedom to many people is to have control over your life and do whatever you want. Some people think that having control over your life is to do whatever you want.

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Okay, we can we can talk about this until tomorrow and debate about it. But let me just take a couple of examples. Or ask a question. Please ask a question. Have you ever heard someone who parties?

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Right? And is supposedly having fun? And does whatever he wants? Right?

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You do his job? Right? Have you ever heard someone saying?

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Have you ever heard that person say something to the effect that man I can't help it?

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For example, for example, let me just be frank, tell someone that he can't be floating around with the girls. Man.

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Have you heard this? This is a common expression. It is a common expression. People will drink or do drugs or do anything.

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You ask them, you know, why are you doing this? You know, it's distracting me? I can't help.

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I can't help it.

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I'm addicted to it. obsessed with it. Right? whether some people say it or not. But this kind of condition is a very common thing amongst sinners, people who are supposedly living a free life.

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People who are supposedly liberated

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they can but have you ever heard someone

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who is obedient to a muscle?

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Right, comes in and tells you to go after for example, pray even after praying and crying and so on. Have you ever heard someone who will create a couple of forecasts had so much for sure. Right and had a moment of a mad rush and then crying out of fear will lower the level of loss of habitat and came out of this a lot going like man, I can't help it.

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In fact, you feel good afterwards. You feel relief? You know, a brother wouldn't have been accepted. How do you feel? Is it I feel like I have just gotten rid of 2000 pounds of muscle and I feel relieved something just got off.

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Something got off, I feel liberated. I feel free. I feel like

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this is what the Buddha offers. This was a video

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right? So the choice is either one. Be a servant of a boss a panel with the other or a servant of something else. People in

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Usually when they're confronted with any option that people usually say, they are one of three types, one type that says what is in it for me? Right? Those are the ones that want to please themselves and their focus, self service. What is it?

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How is this going to please be

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very subjective. Others

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say, What do others say? It's the second time, what do others what do people think about this, and these are the ones who would like to please people, their self worth? Right, then happiness is determined by how people perceive them.

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And I tell you, those two type of people, they're the most miserable people.

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The first step, usually, they're lonely, they cannot have relationships, and they're very selfish, and they're very brutal and very mean and they only care about themselves, right, the second type

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will never be happy will never be satisfied, because people will never be happy and satisfied with that.

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Right, there is a third type and this is a very special type. And they are the ones who say, what does God What does it

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say about this one does not want me to do which option is a loss of our data we want me to shoot you know, to to pick which way it is a must have kind of want me to go

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there self worth

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their their self worth their confidence. Their greatness actually comes from a loss their relationship.

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I'll give you an example. prosecution police,

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prosecution,

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his siblings conspiring

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he was betrayed by them. He was left alone in the in the in the world.

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He was rescued. And the same people that rescued him when he thought he was rescued. Right, the same people who rescued him famously.

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And they sold him and he was the most honorable

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with the problem was asked Who is the most honorable person? What did it say?

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It is used

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by the political economy in the sense of a profitable meaning that the son of a prophet of Allah affiliate in some of the most beloved

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to us.

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No one would have

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ever had a better genealogy or have better lineage that many of us, He is the most honorable of people.

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Yet, he went through all of these things he was in the well.

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Did he say, Well, why the law forsaken me? My brothers abandon me. The his brothers were supposed to be a source of of love, who were supposed to protect him take care of him, right? They let him down his buddies let him know.

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His greatness did not come from how other people felt about him.

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His greatness came from his conviction with the last panel with

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him. That's why us Mm hmm. was great when he was at his parents. And then when he was in the world, his greatness did not damage she was still grief and loss of habitat.

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Allah revealed to him that you shall one day remind them of this.

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Why was that state and then when he was enslaved?

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His greatness does not

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change his confidence. His strength did not diminish. Why? Because it's all connected with a muscle.

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And that did not change how people perceive he was asleep. And then later he was tempted by the one who raised him.

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And his connection with a mosquito without protecting them from that, then they throw up in the gym. They are they they actually he was in prison for a while.

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He was a prisoner.

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That did not change. His status was great, because his greatness, his strength. his confidence comes from Allah. And you can tell usually when someone is in prison, what happens to them what happens to their self esteem, their self confidence? What happens?

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Oh, my God, now I have all of this on my record, you look at me. They're devastated. They're broken. People actually jail it breaks people's will and it breaks their their resolve just destroys them.

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Right? But use his greatness does not come from how people perceive him or how people treated him or whether people accepted him or not. Whether people consider him to be a cool person or not. It's okay came from was his relationship with Brian with a while and that's why while he was in prison, inmates were impressed by him and his personality that they went in.

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For the interpretation of their dreams, and he gave them the interpretation of their dreams. And then he did not forget to give them Darwin in the process. Yes, I have a see.

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He's getting down.

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So this man, if he's about, he has connection with Allah subhanho wa Taala, he'll enjoy this, that travel must have that seclusion with a less power than

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anyone mentioned last visit amongst people who would remind people of a loss of habitat is Brian is about what his greatness comes from there. his confidence, the source of his confidence, and his strength is from a loss of habitat. So he gave it a very confident

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style language, if you're if you recall the person, yes, I have a six hour verbal with a very good fit. I mean, that one, I mean, that one

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is sitting there giving me down, he's talking, he's making it he's, he's using logic with the

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one.

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And then when they brought him out of gym, same thing, so use it. And then when he became actually, when he became a minister, and he had control, right? Did he feel holier did he feel stronger, didn't feel better? What it wouldn't change, it's not conditioning, his self confidence, his greatness does not change doesn't fluctuate at all, it all has to do with his body and his relationship with that one. And this is what the Buddha taught was that

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this is what is

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a matter once said, to someone that I know,

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before I define certain obedience,

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someone my father in law, you know, he was he was in his youth and he was a young man, he was a very conservative, very, you know, someone with an upright life style, did not engage in anything. He prays he, I mean, he was a he was an obedient, civil,

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University. So he told me a story, he said, Son, don't be tempted, don't let all these people always, by the way, they always have

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this is

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very,

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I wasn't always in the company of good people. So there was a time when my father was very,

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very afraid that

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I used to have a very bad crowd. Very, very bad. Very good.

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So he used to warn me as a dog, you know, there are certain habits that you know, like smoking and doing all kinds of things.

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And there was a there was a point where he, where he connected with me and he shared his own paintings on his own experience. And I kind of developed resistance towards those things. But eventually if I stay long enough with that type of company,

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or those kind of people, maybe I would have been somewhere else today.

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Maybe I would have been somewhere else. Maybe tonight.

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Maybe one of the hookah places or something sitting here

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right.

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So I remember an analogy or story that he told me of how a man came to handle us from the people

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of his generation that went to Europe and came back as a supposedly this very cool guy who came from the west. Yeah.

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He is.

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He party means equals. Girls. He does things. He came one day and started making fun of

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you have no fun No, boy.

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No fun. You don't party. Don't drink. Don't go out girl. Anything. Don't smoke. Don't do anything. Don't even drink coffee.

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You're such a boring person. Boring life's.

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So usually when some of us are treated like this, or someone says that,

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oh my god, yeah, I must be a dumb person. You start going down.

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Especially if your self worth or your competence has to do with how people perceive you or what people think.

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Look at you. Look at you.

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You look like my older brother or like my father. You look much older than

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I am younger, more handsome.

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Right? I'm healthier.

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So look at look at your teeth. And the guy was a smoker so to speak. And you know how smokers were they

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loses control.

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Especially in the old days when a very powerful fella significant

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look like a zombie drinking, you look at your eyes,

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you party and then you come at the end of the night. And then he said something he said, Listen, if I want to be like you I can be like doing one night, in no time I can be like, I can't catch up.

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So I choose not to.

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The problem, though, is that if you want to be like me, you won't be able to do that.

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Right?

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Because the reality is we don't want people to follow the Spirit, the Spirit, the reality is that person

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a people might not have the chance to even redeem themselves and become better. Why because of loss of habitat assessment. This is the beauty of connecting with a loss of habitat loss capacity.

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When they've been in a drone among those who do not associate or worship others and the last one actually learn a lesson that you love and do not kill or waste an innocent life.

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Right?

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When is known that they do not commit Zina.

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They do not commit fornication, which unfortunately has become a very common disease young people take lightly it's a crime punishable by Islamic law, one of the greatest sins a major sin, right, has become so common. So those who do not do those things. In the verses that talk about the policies of the of the of the believers, when they get their nuclear family whosoever does that.

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Allah Subhana Allah promises or words that person of great condition, I found it

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very helpful. That person wouldn't be in hellfire.

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11 except pyboard has, what are the beliefs? What are

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those righteously

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maxing

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those social equal amounts of current value or replacing bad deeds with good

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It will displace everything bad that they did it, they regret it. Right and if they have remorse, or regret from it, or they started and they do better,

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Allah subhanaw taala would wipe out those that these in fact was bad deeds will turn into cookies.

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This is the deal and someone else so it's never late. All you have to do is discover the beauty of the Wuji servanthood or servitude to a loss of habitat. What does that mean for loss of habitat? They said the lions would leave Maryland

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What is it a woody because there is a data worship

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a more special station or or level is or woody is a little more specific that is anyone who does read either worships or who he is even more

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a person who's obedient will be is a must have that is worshiping

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but they said the Buddha is is a special a special category.

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And as

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I

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said, it basically involves two things, two elements during the humiliation or humility. Right? That triggers obedience.

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And it has an emotional component to

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love.

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that triggers admiration and appreciation. Because one concern for someone that they don't love.

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That's slavery.

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Right? slaves used to pay their masters

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especially a field Negro.

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You heard that analogy. He hates it master. It is oh my goodness, right. They hate them. But yet they read them. They do the work for them.

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Right. But when it comes to worshipping and lots of how that does not have any I mean look at the most common ancestor that if everyone was tortured, what was happening alone? Anything along that game? A lot has not been this this time that we're spending here, whatever we're doing all the money that we're giving lots of Hamlet that we're living with, doesn't need any of them from us.

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He doesn't need anything. So Carla

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right so the person doesn't further so you pray a couple of markers. You know how we feel when we get up in the middle of the night when we pray?

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We feel like satanic

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or lysogenic again, we feel so good about ourselves. The next day

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was doing

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so you see some little cranium not sure it's a compliment them they turn to a boy Yeah, plastic food.

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It's

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just

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one

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increase in the kingdom of paradise.

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So if you serve a loss of data without loving him, Allah doesn't appreciate.

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If you claim to love, if you love a love, but you don't serve him

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Yeah, what what is love if it doesn't involve obedience, so the sector of UI in order to attain a Buddha, you must have both components together.

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You must live a loss of power with the other the most, and you must serve and what's the most. When you bring those two elements together, then you have attained

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this great honor. That was present to the Prophet stuff. In order to level loss of panel data, this is a key issue you must know all you must know, you must learn about all you must reflect upon that. I mean, how would you? How would you otherwise love someone? How can you have

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the feelings or have love or friendship for someone that you don't know?

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And it's like me saying,

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brother, as we have.

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Right? It's like me saying, brother, so I have this very good sister for you. And you should marry.

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Tell me something. Nothing should fall in love with her. Just you don't have to know anything. Just follow her. And you should marry Yeah. Can you imagine someone had fallen in love with someone that they don't know?

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Only fools do this.

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And some people do it over the phone. And you know, the phone does not allow it, you know the person by the way?

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Yeah, you really have to know the person. So therefore, there's no really relevant until the two lives together and they know each other until they get married. There's no anything before before marriage, all of this is what

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you know, I got to talk about this disability of

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the two things you have to talk about to wake people up late night for me, there were highs and lows or origin stories.

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And I think the best component is when he talks about the marriage.

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Right?

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They said anything before that is infatuation, it's not true love, love comes after, after you know the person, you get to know them, you know, their flaws, you know, they're good, you know, and then you start focusing on the positive.

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So you have to get to know the person in order to love it.

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And you have to know lots of alcohol in order to level.

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And there are many things you wish you you ought to know, or you should know unless you have that. But here's because we don't have much time left.

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Two things they said, Amanda,

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beautiful statements, he said,

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It is enough for a person to know two things about a loss of habitat. If a person knows those two things, that is enough

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of knowledge

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isn't enough for you to know that much. Talent

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is accessible

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and available,

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waiting for you. Anytime you want, you can turn back to him. And he will accept you.

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After everything that you've done, all the horrible things that we do all the shameful things that we do, the things that will when we remember, we want to cover ourselves or hide in the corner, things that we hide from people after all of these despicable,

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disgusting

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moments in our lives, that we are ashamed of them astounding data has has actually covered them for us.

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When you go to a mosque, like nothing having a must,

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will exchange no

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exception, but most will be happy.

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alone will be happy that you are regretting that you are coming back, you take one step, take several steps, you come up with a loss. Right

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conspicuity.

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So he said just knowing this little muscle is available, it was accessible, the loss of habitat is there waiting for you to come anytime you can turn to him. That should make you have a lot of power. That is enough for you to those

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of you one of those horrible things is if you have someone that you really care about, but they don't care about you. And every time you go to them they're not. How does that make you feel?

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Even if you love them or you admire them, sooner or later you're going to run out of water. This person is not accessible. This person is not available to me. They don't give me attention but I was giving you attention. In fact, what are we are actually committing to the set a loss of habitat is

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He is the one that was imitating you, you're using his natural boundaries that he's still taking care of.

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So knowing this will women number two, he said,

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Natasha,

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it is enough for you to know that anytime you want to mention a loss

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anytime you want to bring his name in,

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anytime you want to mention a loss for each

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one of the greatest minimum of loss that allows you to mention his name

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allows you to read his words. Yeah, if you think about it, we are not pure. I personally think I mean, I'm pretty pure enough to utter the words of a customer that I mentioned. But if you think about all the things that we do, yet philosophy allows us

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to repeat his words, his own words,

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and to mention his name, and to praise and to glorify, and to preach,

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whatever, to know those two things is enough

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to make you love a monster.

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So what if you add all the things that are not counted as sort of a promise that will surely create that connection, and create that love that that will

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leave you with a couple of hiding

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the problem somebody recently said.

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And this is another benefit for Woody Allen's path after being we have to do you have an option not to be alone?

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Whether you like it or not. So if your server wants to contact, that's what you have to do. So what if you know that a loss and how that will reward you

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will reward you and this life couldn't complain, but you will have a pleasant life,

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we will have peace of mind. Because people who are slaves of other objects in life, those who worship women, or the opposite sex, those who worship gold, those who worship silver, those who worship passion, those who worship Hollywood,

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those who worship the entertainment industry, right.

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Those who worship those things, the diehard fans of God, those who worship they are miserable people, they are the most miserable.

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Those who are at peace and happy and content with their lives are the the true surface of a loss economy.

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So this guy, despite the fact that you have to worship the last panel, when you worship a lot of promises, especially if you do it as a youth as a young man, as a young person, if you grew up in that remembers, there's a difference between someone who doesn't apply themselves is 60 7080 years old, and he knows he's dying anytime. And now he's scared. So he turns back there wasn't

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even last last.

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But there are special services and lots of Alexander who start much training

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in their in their teen years or in there as young people

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knowing that they have you know, that they might have a long life ahead of them that they turn to a loss of habitat and they develop so lost contact with a special category people through this process alone I need to send them filss that they will be under the shade of alone there will be no shade but this chick was

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a youth young woman who grew up

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in the media is known as an obedient servant. Well one way we shall appear divided into worship

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and then the process and it says to one of his companions I need to

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wish almost

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prostrate ministry to pray. I need to be a sermon robots don't say I'm too young to stand up and pray pray server must remember I must do it better yet. Now, it can be customized to suit

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every time you prostrate for the sake of time you put your head down and you and humility for a panel

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in the lobby on the last panel data innovation.

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The degree will help.

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Lots of handling that will wipe away the record

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every time you prostrate the last fishies. So this is what we gain from Houdini and keep in mind again, that those who are true servants have a loss of Hamlet the island their confidence, their self worth the loss.

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They need the attention, right? The significance that they need all come from a loss of habitat and this special bond or connection they have with the Lord. And therefore how people perceive them will not affect how they feel about themselves. As for those who are slaves, or who are, you know, really, their self worth, or their self confidence comes from how people perceive them, they are the most miserable people. And that's why you find examples of people who go out of rehab,

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into rehab,

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come out, they have full of things that should make them happy. But they're not making them happy. They're miserable. That loss. Why because they don't have OCD. They are actually idolized by other people, they're worshipped by people, yet they're the most miserable people themselves. Why? Because they did not subjugate their passion or they did not worship lust.

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So as to make you an eye of those who attained this honor of Rudy and the true surface of a loss of capital. Before that, I just want to say that tank loss, this is the second one, all credit loss of All praise belongs to us. Because pretty much me, you could have been very much somewhere else. You could have been now on brokers right now. Sitting, wasting, killing your time wasting your life and wasting your health setting doing Nasus.

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Looking for,

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for some fun.

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And then at the end of the night, they don't even find that fun.

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Right? So in fact, the loss of one of the last comic gave me this inspiration and facilitated something like this, and gave you the strength and made you make this choice. And

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you're like, should I go there? Or should I sleep tonight? Should I go there? Or should I watch whatever? Should I go there? Or should I just be eating drinking all night long? And should I should I go there go surfing, if you decided to come here. So this is an art. And this is a gift from the last time and this is by the grace of a lot.

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You take questions

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for your questions.

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I don't know about people claiming to be humble.

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Humble them.

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asked for the first point.

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You know, are you married?

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Right now? You're married? Okay, I asked him to help you find your soulmate.

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Like,

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in the least amount of time possible. But number two, slave versus servant, I made the comment in my speech, I said that everybody's assailable by default, whether they confess they don't like to use it negative connotation. The fact of the matter is, do we belong to them? Yes. Do we belong to a lot? Yes, there are a lot worse things by definition. Now, some serve a lot. So they that's why we said there's difference between the bad and ugly. Right? Some serve of those who serve a lot they go from, from that level of the default level of slavery, they go into that servanthood they become servants of the last. And these are the ones that a lot praised by calling them a bad what a bad

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man. Or Abdullah Subhana Allah the

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Prophet Muhammad was a true servant of Allah. Now, what I say is I hope to be to serve a lot, but I recognize myself to be the slave.

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Yeah, that's true. That's what I'm saying. I don't know when data says

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he talks about the angels. When he talks about the angels of the prophets or the true servants of Allah. That's what it means that they are servants of Allah. Yeah, but

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yeah, they are serviceable. That's That's what I said. But in order for someone to serve Allah, they will have to be a slave of Allah Subhana Allah first. So I said that some people go, some people choose to be service of others. They live a life of the slave. They may not enslave themselves to a loss of character doesn't need that from them. They end up enslaving themselves to their own desires and loss and other things.

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Any other question?

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Maybe the sisters have a question.

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The brother said that sisters don't have a question. Sister. Do you agree with everything they say? So any questions from the sister side?

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What do you call a female serving the homeless and

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don't make that mistake. Sister coming up. Good luck.

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So as the lesson Caracalla to

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describe the systems to be to be true, the amount of the loss of data and aspires to be true.

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Have you ever heard someone

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who is

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coming?

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After Pooja for free? Even after praying and crying insula? Have you ever heard someone who, who prayed a couple of markets had so much for sure. Right, and had a moment of a mad rush, and then crying out of fear will lower the level of loss of habitat and came out of this a lot going like, man, I can't help him. No. In fact, you feel good afterwards, you feel relieved, you know, a brother wouldn't have been accepted to science, and how do you feel?

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I feel like I have just gotten rid of 2000 pounds of my shoulder and I feel relieved, something just got off.

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Something got off, I feel liberated, I feel free, I feel might.

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This is what what the Buddha offers? This was a good deal.

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Right? So this choice is either one, be a servant of a boss, a paddle, or a servant of something else. People usually when they are confronted with any option that people usually say, there are one of three types, one type that says what is in it for me? Right? Those are the ones that want to please themselves and their focus, self service. What is it?

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How is this going to please be

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very subjective. Others

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say, What do others say? Is the second thing? What do others what do people think about this? And these are the ones who would like to please people, their self worth? Right, their happiness is determined by how people perceive them.

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And I tell you, those two types of people, they're the most miserable people in life, the first step, usually, they're lonely, they cannot have relationships, and they're very selfish, and they're very brutal, and very mean and they don't, they only care about themselves. Right? The second type

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will never be happy, we'll never be satisfied because people will never be happy and satisfied with that.

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Right? There is a third type and this is a very special type. And they are the ones who say what does God What does that say about me this one does Omar want me to do? Which option is the last one me to shoot you know, to, to pick which way does the last half kind of want me to go?

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their self worth

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their their self worth their confidence. Their greatness actually comes from a last relationship that was

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prosecution police

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prosecution,

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his siblings conspiring

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he was betrayed by them. He was left alone in the in the in the world.

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He was rescued. And the same people that rescued him when he thought he was rescued. Right, they say we will rescue him vigorously.

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And they sold him and he was the most honorable.

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The problem was asked Who is the most honorable person? What did it say?

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It is used that EU law. The profitable law, even though the V in the center of a profitable run, include everything that the son of a prophet of Allah elucidated some of the most beloved

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to lost count that

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no one will have will

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have a better genealogy or have better lineage that

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he is the most honorable of people. Yet, he went through all of these things, he was in the wealth.

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Did he say well, why the love forsaken beat my brothers abandoned me. The his brothers were supposed to be a source of of love, who are supposed to protect them, take care of them, right? They let him down his buddies let him know. His greatness did not come from how other people felt about him.

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His greatness came from his connection with the last panel with that. And that's why use mm hmm was great when he was at his parents. And then when he was in his greatness did not damage she was still grieving. The loss of hands have had

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a lot of revealed to him that you shall one day remind them of this

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while he was in that state, and then when he was in slave

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His greatness did not

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change his confidence. His strength did not diminish. Why, because it's all connected with a muscle

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that did not change how people perceive he was asleep. And then later he was tempted, by the way, who raised him.

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And his connection with the law somehow protected him from that, then they throw up in the gym. They admit they actually he was in prison for a while.

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He was a prisoner.

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That did not change. His status was great, because his greatness, his strength, his confidence comes from Allah. And you can tell, usually, when someone is imprisoned, what happens to them, what happens to their self esteem, their self confidence, what happens?

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Oh, my God, now I have all of this on my record, you look at me, they're devastated. They're broken. People actually jail, it breaks people's will. And it breaks their, their resolve, just destroys them.

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Right? But use that instead of his greatness not come from how people perceive him or how people treated him. Or whether people accepted him or not, whether people considered him to be a cool person or not. It's all came from the last panel. And his relationship was born with a lot. And that's why while he was in prison inmates were impressed by him and his personality that they went and asked for the interpretation of their dreams. And he gave them a

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drink. And then he did not forget to give them down in the process. Yes, I have a C

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is getting down.

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So this man, if he's alone, he has connections, I must have enjoyed this. That kind of a must have that seclusion with almost

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anyone mentioned most of these amongst people they will remind people of a loss of habitat is one is about what his greatness comes from there. his confidence, the source of his confidence, and his strength is from a loss of habitat. So he gave in a very confident

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style language, if you're if you recall the vs. Yes, I have a six hour babble with a very good fit. I mean, that one, I mean, that one

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is sitting there giving him down. He's talking, he's making it he's he's using logic with that.

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One.

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And then when they brought him out of gym, same thing, so use it. And then when he became actually when he became a minister, and he had control, right? Did he feel holier? Did he feel stronger, we feel better? What it wouldn't change, it's not conditioning, his self confidence, his greatness does not change doesn't fluctuate to get it all, it all has to do with his body and his relationship with that one. And this is what the Buddha

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offers.

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This is what is Innisfree

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Amanda once said to someone that I know,

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before I define certain obedience,

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someone my father in law, you know, he was he was in his youth and he was a man, he was a very conservative, very, you know, someone with an upright life style, did not engage in anything. He prays he, I mean, he was he was an obedient servant.

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So he told me a story. He said, Son, don't be tempted, don't let all these people always, by the way, they always have

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this is a

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very,

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I wasn't always in the in the company of good people. So there was a time when my father was very,

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very afraid that I might have

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a very bad crowd, very, very bad, very high.

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So he used to warn me as a dog, you know, there are certain habits that you know, like smoking and doing all kinds of things.

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And, and there was a there was a point where he where he connected with me and he shared his own pain and his own his own experience. And I kind of developed resistance towards those things. But eventually if I stay long enough with that type of company,

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or those kind of people, maybe I would have been somewhere else today.

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Maybe I would have been somewhere else. Maybe tonight.

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Maybe one of the hookah places or something, say, well I am

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so I remember an analogy or story that he told me of how a man came to us from the people that of his generation that went to Europe and came back as a supposedly

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cool guy and he okay who came from the idea

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The West Yeah, definitely don't say he is.

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He party means equals. Girls. He does things. He came one day and started making fun of

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you have no fun in your life.

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You have no fun you don't party don't drink. Don't go out girls.

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Don't smoke. You don't do anything. You don't even drink coffee.

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You're such a boring person. Boring life's.

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So usually when some of us are treated like this, where someone says that,

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oh my god, yeah, must be a dumb person.

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Especially if your self worth or your competence has to do with how people perceive you and what people think about.

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My family looks at me, look at you. Look at you.

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You will like my older brother when like my father, you look much older than

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I am younger, more handsome.

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Right? I'm healthier.

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So look at you look at your teeth. And the guy was a smoker.

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Smokers when they

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control they will

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switch the old days in a very powerful, significant

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silicon chip. look like a zombie? Drink? Can you look at your eyes?

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You party and then you come at the end of the night. And then he said something he said Listen, if I want to be like you, I can be like doing one night. In no time I can be like I can catch up.

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So I choose not to.

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The problem though is that if you want to be like me, you won't be able to do that.

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Right?

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Because the reality is we don't want people to fall into a state of despair. The reality is that person

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a people like that have the chance to even redeem themselves and become better. Why because of loss of habitat assessment. This is the beauty of connecting with a loss of habitat lost capacity.

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When they've been in a drone among those who do not associate or worship, others will have lost one afternoon and less than that they have on the low end and do not kill or waste an innocent life.

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Right?

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When is known that they do not commit Zina.

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They do not commit fornication, which unfortunately has become a very common disease young people take lightly it's a crime punishable by Islamic law, one of the greatest sins a major sin, right, has become so common, so must those who do not do those things. In the verses that talk about the qualities of the of the believers,

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when they get to advantaclean whosoever does that,

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Allah subhanaw taala promises or words that person of Greek clinicians have found it

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very helpful. That person will be in Hellfire

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in them in time, except Hebrew depends. What are the beliefs? Why

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does righteously

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those such people have lots of talent for replacing bad deeds with good

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It will replace everything is bad that they did it to the credit. Right? And if they have remorse, very touch from it, they started and they do better.

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Allah subhanaw taala What are those that these in fact was bad deeds will turn into good deeds from

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this is the deal and someone else so it's never late. All you have to do is discover the beauty of the Woojin servanthood or servitude to a loss of habitat. What does that mean to a loss of what does it mean?

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What is it because there is a data worksheet.

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A more special station or level is a Boolean is a little more specific, that is anyone who worships the Buddha is even more

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a person who's obedient to basil must contact his worshiping.

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They said a little goodie is is a special a special category.

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And as

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I

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said, it basically involves two things two elements, the humiliation or humility, right, that triggers obedience

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and it has an emotional component to

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love

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that triggers admiration and appreciating. Because one could serve someone that they don't love.

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That's slavery.

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Right. And the slaves used to pay their masters.

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Especially a field Negro. You know what I'm talking about? You heard that

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he hates his master. It isn't like they hate them. But yet they read them, they do the work for them.

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Right? But when it comes to worshipping, and lots of how that does not have any heat, and we look at the lowest common ancestor, that if everyone was alone, that alone would not gain a lot does not need this, this time that we're spending here, whatever we're doing all the money that we're giving last lady doesn't need any of them from us.

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He doesn't need anything.

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So calming down.

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Right? So the person does it further. So you play a couple of markers. You know how we feel when we get up in the middle of the night when we pray a couple of us? Would you like to suggest filming? Or like we feel so good about ourselves? We come the next day?

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Not sure I compliment them they turn to me. Yeah.

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So much

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increase in the kingdom of us.

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So if you serve a lot of panel data without loving him, Allah doesn't appreciate.

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If you claim to love, if you love a love, but you don't serve your higher

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Yeah, what what is love if it doesn't involve obedience, so the scepter hoody, in order to attain a Buddha, you must have both components.

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You must live a loss of power with the added the most and you must serve and

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when you bring those two elements together, then you have attained

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this great partner of

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God praises His Prophet staff. In order to lower the loss of panel data, this is a key issue you must know all you must know. You must learn about them. You must reflect upon that. I mean, how would you? How would you otherwise love someone? How can you have

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the feelings or have global integration for someone that you don't know?

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needs a

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brother has a

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meeting brother, have this very good sister for you to show you should make you look good. And tell me something. I think you should fall in love with her just you don't have to do anything just fall in love with her. And we should marry Yeah. Can you imagine someone had fallen in love with someone that they don't know?

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Only fools do this.

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And some people do it over the phone. The phone does not allow it you know the person by the way?

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Yeah, you really have to know the person. So therefore there's no real reluctance until the two lives together and they know each other until they get married. There's no anything before before marriage, all of this is what

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you know, I got to talk about this disability of

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the two things you have to talk about to wake people up late night, either in love or, or gender studies.

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And I think the best component is when he talks about the good marriage.

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They said anything before that is infatuation. It's not true love comes after, after you know the person, you get to know that you know their flaws, you know, they're good, you know, and then you start focusing on the positive.

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And then then we love kids. So you have to get rid of the principal in order to love it.

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And you have to know what's our God in order to level

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and there are many things that wish you you have to know or you should know unless you have that. But here's because we don't have much time but

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two things. They said Amanda,

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beautiful statements. He said,

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It is enough for a person to know two things about a loss of fat. If a person knows those two things, that is enough

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of knowledge

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isn't enough for you to know that almost. Tyler

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is accessible

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and available,

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waiting for you. Anytime you want, you can turn back to Him and He will accept you

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after everything that you've done, all the horrible things that we do all the shame

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Things that we do, the things that we remember, we want to cover ourselves or hide in the corner. Things that we hide from people after all of these despicable,

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disgusting

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moments in our lives that we are ashamed of the guy that has, has actually covered them for us.

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When you go to,

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like nothing happened,

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we'll exchange no

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exception, but most will be happy.

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Alone, we'll be happy that you ever regretted that you are coming back, you take one step or take several steps, you come home from your last

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conspicuity.

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So he said, Just knowing this little muscle is available and was accessible, the less amount of data is there waiting for you to come anytime you can turn to him, that alone should make you have a loss of power, that is enough for you to lose.

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I mean, one of those horrible things is if you have someone that you really care about, but they don't care about you, and every time you go to them, they're not available. How does that make you feel?

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Even if you love them, or you admire them, sooner or later, you're going to run out of water. This person is not accessible. This person is not available to me. They don't give me attention, but I was giving attention. In fact, what are we are actually committing to the set a loss of habitat is he is the one that was imitating you, you're using his nervous boundaries.

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He's still taking care of you.

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So knowing this will win number two, he said

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it is enough for you to know that anytime you want to mention a loss of power.

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Anytime you want to bring his name into it.

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Anytime you want to mention a loss.

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One of the greatest memorable

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robots allows you to mention his name

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allows you to read his words. Yeah, if you think about it, we are not purists, I personally think I mean, I'm I'm pretty clear enough to

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utter the words of Apostle Hamilton and mentioned but if you think about all the things that we do, yet philosophy that allows us

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to repeat his words, his own words,

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and to mention his name, and to praise them and to glorify Him, and to praise him, whatever, to know those two things is enough

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to make the level of

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so what if you add all the things that are not

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a promise that will surely create that condition and create that low that that will

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leave you with a couple of Hadith.

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The problem somebody recently said,

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and this is another benefit of Woody Allen, after being we have to, you have an option not to be assertive alone.

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Whether you like it or not. So if you several wants to kind of that is what you have to do. So when if you know that a loss of reward

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will reward you in this life, put everything into play, but you won't have a pleasant life, we will have peace of mind. Because people who are slaves of other objects in life, those who worship women, or the opposite sex, those who worship gold, those who worship silver, those who worship passion, those who worship Hollywood,

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those who worship the entertainment industry, right.

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Those who worship those things, the diehard fans about those who worship, they are miserable people, they are the most miserable.

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Those who are at peace and happy and contented with their lives are the two servers that will blossom.

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So this Yeah, despite the fact that you have to worship the last time that we worship a lot, a lot of promises, especially if you do it as a youth as a young man, as a young person. If you grew up in the remember school, there's a difference between someone who doesn't apply themselves Oh is 60 7080 years old, and he knows he's dying anytime. Now he's scared. So he turns back to wasn't

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even last last.

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But there are special circles of loss of how much strain

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in their, in their teen years or in their as young.

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Knowing that they have you know that they might have a long life ahead of them that they turn to a loss of habitat and they develop so lost contact with a special category people

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Prophet Solomon I need to send them tells us that they will be under the shade of alone, there will be no shade. But this chick was

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a youth young man or woman who grew up

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in the media is known as an obedient servant of God, why we shall appear divided into worship,

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the member processing access to one of his companions, and it can be,

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which almost

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prostrate makes you cry, I think it can be insurmountable loss of habitat, several, don't say I'm too young to stand up a prayer pray server must remember, I must do it better.

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Now, I need to do for England.

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Because every time you prostrate for the sake of a muscle, you put your head down, and humility for lots of animals.

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In the

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last panel, data innovation,

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damages, the degree will help determine how the loss of handling will wipe away or out of the record

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every time in

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the last fishies. So this is what we gained from Houdini. And keep in mind again, that those who are true serviceable lots of Hamlet, that either their confidence, their self worth the love that they need the attention, right, the significance of the need all come from a loss of power, and this special bond or connection to the Lord. And therefore how people perceive them, will not affect how they feel about themselves. As for those who are slaves, or who are, you know, really, their self worth, or their self confidence comes from how people perceive them, they are the most miserable people. That's why you find examples of people who go out of rehab,

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into rehab,

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come out, they have all the things that should make them happy in this life, but they're not making them happy. They're miserable. That loss. Why because they don't have OCD. They are actually idolized by other people, they're worshipped by people, yet they are the most miserable people themselves. Why? Because they did not subjugate their passion or they did not worship lust.

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So as to what to make you and I have those who attained this honor of Rudy and the true service of a boss. And

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before that, I just want to say that Thank

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you, all credit, lots of All praise belongs to us. Because pretty much me, you could have been very much shy somewhere else. You could have been out on brokers right now. Sitting wasting, killing your time wasting your life and wasting your health spending doing Nasus.

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Looking for,

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for some fun. And at the end of the night, you don't even find that phone.

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Right? So that the loss of kind of that last comic gave me this inspiration and facilitated something like this, and gave you the strength and made you make this choice. And

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you're like, should I go there? Or should I sleep tonight? Should I go there? Or should I? What should I get? Should I go there? Or should I just be eating drinking all night long? And

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should I go there go surfing, I decided to come here. So this is an art. This is a gift from the last time and this is by the grace of a lot.

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take questions.

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With a couple of questions. Put your questions.

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I don't know about people claiming to be humble.

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Humble then.

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Yeah,

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exactly. For the first point,

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you know, are you married?

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Right now? You're married. Okay, I asked about some how to help you find your soulmate.

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Like

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in the least amount of time customers. But number two, slave versus servant. I made the comment in my speech, I said that everybody's assailable by default, whether they confess they don't like to use it negative connotation. The fact of the matter is, do we belong to them? Yes. Do we belong to a lot? Yes.

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worse things by definition, now some server law. So they that's why we said there is difference between a bad and a woody right, some server but those who serve a lot they go from from that level of the default level of slavery. They go into that servanthood they become servants in the loss of confidence. And these are the ones that a lot praise by calling them a bad what a bad man or a

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Data

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Layer

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was through service.

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Now what I say is I hope to be to service a lot, but I recognize myself to be this label.

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Yeah, that's true. That's what I'm saying. I don't know when I lost what data says.

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He talks about the angels. When he talks about the angels or the prophets or the true servants of Allah. That's what it means that they are servants of Allah. Yeah, but

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yeah, they are serviceable. That's That's what I said. But in order for someone to serve a law, they will have to be a slave. First. So I said that some people go, some people choose to be servants of others, they live a life of the slave. They may not enslave themselves to a loss of power, doesn't need that from them. They end up enslaving themselves to their own desires and last and other things. Forgive me I have a question.

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Maybe the sister

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the brother said that this was gonna happen question. Sisters always agree with everything that we say. So any questions from the sister side?

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What do you call as a female serving slave of Illustrator.

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Don't make that mistake. Sister comes in. Like you've

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asked him to

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inspire the sisters to be to be true amount of the loss of Allah and inspire us to be true.