Deliverance From Pain

Moutasem al-Hameedy


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The speakers discuss the use of words like "has" and "has not" in English to help with understanding the meaning behind them. They also discuss the definition of joy, sadness, and worry, as well as the relationship between the speaker and their peers. The importance of acknowledging and embracing the teachings of Islam is emphasized, as it is a reflection of who is in control. The conversation also touches on the negative impact of mental health on people's well-being and the need for transformation.

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well, Shabbat morning, defer to her Aquila, Mahabharata thing with that, what will be the attainment of Allah Allah. All praise is due to Allah, we praise Him, we seek his aid and we ask for his forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from the evils of ourselves and the evil consequences of our actions. Whomsoever Allah guides, none can lead astray, and whomsoever Allah leaves to go astray, Nan can guide I testify that there is none worthy of worship. None is worthy of our ultimate love and devotion. But Allah the Almighty, and I testify that Muhammad peace and blessings be upon him, is his servant, his slave and His Messenger or you who believe, fear Allah as you should be feared

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and die not accept in a state of submission to Lord as Muslims, all mankind, be dutiful to your Lord who created you from a single person, and from him he created his wife, and from them both he created many men and women, and fear Allah through whom you demand your mutual rights and observe the rights of your kin. Surely Allah is ever an all water over you or you who believe. Keep your duty to Allah, fear him and speak the truth. He will direct you to righteous deeds and will forgive you sins. And whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger has indeed attained a great achievement. The best words are those of Allah the Almighty, and the best guidance is that of Prophet Muhammad, peace

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and blessings be upon him. And the worst things in the religion are the newly invented matters for all the newly invented murders in religion are considered to be an innovation and bigger and every day is misguidance.

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And Imam Muhammad Rahim Allah Allah, Allah

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collected in his great book and in most of the great collection of Hadith.

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And narration from Abdullah Lagna Massoud may Allah be pleased with him.

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For all of us will Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah, Allah Allah Allah number one, Bella embroidery Lehman Semia a home and yet Alamo so this narration is from the prophets of Allah when he was sent them on the authority of Abdullah guna Massoud may Allah be pleased with him, but Allah's Messenger Salah

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Lago ano Salam said there is no servant, no person who is touched with either sadness or with worry, stress and concern

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except and he says or she says

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Allah hum so we're gonna go over this dua from beautiful draft from the prophets, Allah Allah when he will set it up. And as you can see it is about times of sadness, times of pain, times of worry concern

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so this person turns to Allah says Allah Houma. Oh my god, oh my Creator, oh my lord Allahumma inni I have a doc, I am your servant. I am your slave. So I'm going to translate the Hadith, then we will go over it with a little bit of explanation to see how we can utilize it.

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Oh my Lord, I am your servant, I am your sleeve.

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And the son of your slave

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the Son also of your slave. So my father and my mother are Your servants as well.

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Maldon via hockomock, your judgment is going to pass, it's going to be a reality. I can't push it back. I do not envy your walk. Wherever you write to happen in your in my life. Whatever you decide to happen in my life is fair and just you only treat me with justice.

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As a local policeman, whoever I asked you with every name of yours, some Mater behavior officer sec, a name with which you call yourself you refer you to yourself with a wonderful Tofik italic, or a name that you sent down in your book and you revelation,

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our unlimted who had the main health IQ or a name that you taught to any of your creation. I was thrilled to be here in Malaysia in the UK. Or you keep this knowledge of a knowledge of this name to yourself

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and to Jalil Quran and Alima Robbie Appleby that you make the great Glorious Quran

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as rain showers for my heart.

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and my stress in the abdomen Allah who has no overhead. If a person says this, Allah would remove or Allah will remove.

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Allah will replace the sadness and the worry with joy and happiness. So the companion said, O Messenger of Allah, shall we not learn these words? The Prophet Solomon says, Everyone who hears this words should learn them.

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So let's go over this to her. And it's not just words that we say. It's a way of life. It's a very profound Hadith. It's a state that we get ourselves in.

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Allah Houma. So first we call upon Allah, Allah, You are my Lord. You are the only one that I worship. You are the one that I that I give my ultimate love to. My devotion belongs to you. You are the only one who deserves this. My lord, there's a connection.

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Allahumma and talebi You are my Lord. You are in charge of me. You are in charge of my efforts. You are my originator. I came from you, You created me You brought me into existence. I belong to you, You are my Lord. You are my master. So here you define Allah subhanaw taala. That's the first definition. The second definition.

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Allah Allah, Allah, Allah and

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Allah Mantella de la ilaha illa and no one deserves to be worshipped. No one has the right to devotion and ultimate love accepts you.

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Collectively, You created me, you originated me, you brought me into existence with a purpose. What Anna Abduch I am your servant. I am your slave, I am your property. I am yours I belonged to you. So here you define yourself. These are the foundational definitions of life, who Allah is and who you are.

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And then the relationship between you and Allah. I am your servant. I am yours. I don't even belong to myself. I belong to you. I don't even own myself. I came from you. You originated me I don't have unnecessary exist.

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Since I don't have an intrinsic existence, you brought me into existence. And thus I have yours.

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Conduct anyone abduct I am your property, and I am at your service. And I am obedient to you, you are the master, I am the slave, I am the servant. You decide. And you say, and I obey.

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That's who I am. And that's who you are. That's the nature of the relationship. So you put yourself where you belong.

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And you give to Allah subhanho wa Taala what he deserves

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it be no Abdic it's not that I it's not only that I am your slave and servant, but I am the son of your slave and my father, my ancestors. And this includes all of your ancestors, till Adam Alayhis Salam, all of us are the servants of Allah.

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It'd be no ametek and my mother is well is your servant.

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This is a definition of all of us, including

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the sources through which I came into this existence, my parents and the parents and the parents and so on.

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Now, so you have to be a dick, my affairs are in your hand, are under your control.

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When you decide something, it happens, when you write something upon me, it takes place.

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And this is there's also a pledge here, that wherever you whatever you decide, I will follow, I will obey. I am here to fulfill whatever you want from me now. So yeah, to be a dick, I'm going to follow everything. Now then finger hockomock Your judgment is going to come to pass when it comes with when it comes to me to my life. So this has to do with the order of Allah, whatever Allah subhanaw taala wrote down in the present, Preserved Tablet is going to take place, no one can push that back.

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So here you are acknowledging the mind and the power of Allah.

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Maldon fie oakmark, whatever you judge, that's going to take place, that's going to happen, no dispute about this. At Dylan fee, Jacoba. Org.

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You judgment, whatever you allow to happen in this life, whatever you bring into my life, from you, it is justice, it is fair, you will never

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you never deal someone abandoned, you will never

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extend injustice to your creation. So this is a recognition of what is coming to you from Allah. First. You recognize who Allah is and you define that clearly for yourself. Then you define who you are clearly.

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And then you define the relationship between you and Allah. And what is the communication from Allah to you. And you acknowledge that since Allah is the master, the rub the Lord, that whatever he judges happens, and whatever comes from him is good, and is fair and just

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added on via cover oak, so you are referring to the other but it holds also has another meaning you will cover in terms of legislation because that's another robot from Allah when Allah subhanaw taala says, do or don't halal and haram.

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The principles the beautiful principles of Islam of justice, mercy, of compassion, of truth

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and the warning against the evil principles of injustice, oppression,

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harm etc.

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All of that is fair from Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, Allah only commands that that that which is good in Allah model will deliver SN what eater it will call between her and your fascia it will, it will.

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Indeed Allah commands only that which is just unfair.

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which is

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greater than justice, which is actually going the extra mile with doing good excellence, what eater evil all by being kind to those who are related to you. When her annual fascia in America Allah warns against lewdness and evil acts, despicable acts, that's what that's what comes from Allah.

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In joining the good forbidding the evil, although Allah Himself He is the one who defines good because good does not have any independent existence apart from Allah. Good is from Allah good is the definition of Allah Himself in Allah Allah you

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And everything that comes from Allah is good and everything about Allah is good. That's what that's what this is what the definition of good is. So we say Adlon figure kava oak,

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whatever you command is fair and just and it's beautiful.

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This is not a compliment. This is not just an empty praise this is an acknowledgement of, of a truth.

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As no can be called listen when I asked you by every name of yours, and Allah has many beautiful names, they're not only 99 the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim that says in the light is done what is NSmen me at an Illawarra haga for Allah, there are 99 names 100 minus one.

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And then the Hadith continues in eternity. This hadith does not limit the names and attributes of Allah to dantian. But it refers to specific 99 names of those of Allah, Allah has more names, because Allah is complete and perfect. And his names, describe and denote his beauty and his perfection.

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So I asked you by every name of yours, that you have given to yourself or that have used to refer to yourself,

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or that you have sent down in Revelation, or that you have taught to any specific servant of your creation.

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Or that you have even kept to yourself, I asked her by all of your names

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to make the Quran, Robbie Appleby, Robbie,

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Robin and the Arabic language the original meaning is rain, we use it to describe spring, but the meaning is rain, the Quran is rain, you is hydration is the life for the heart.

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So you're asking Allah subhanaw taala, to allow the Quran to occupy its place in your life, which is bringing life to your heart, awakening the heart, because the heart without connection to Allah is dead. And you can live physically with a dead spirit without dead spiritual heart.

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So you asking Allah to make the Quran the source of life, for your heart, what will happen will be one oral surgery and the light the illumination in my chest.

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What Allah has me, and the washing the rinsing away of my sadness, and the removal of my stress and my agony.

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And then Allah would answer this. Now, this is not as we said this, these are not just empty words.

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There is there are there are facts and truths behind this.

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What the Quran does if we allow the Quran to play its role to run its course, in our lives, things changed drastically. Because what the Quran does, it gives two things and that this is what is mentioned in this dua and it's referred to in the Quran

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is the one to whom we have given life, life of dots. That's an awakening. That's a Jacoba. You wake up from the slumber of everyday life, you wake up to the bigger meaning of life,

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to your purpose that is built in you and part of the pipe part of you recognizes it. And that's why you seek meaning. That's why you have big questions about life. Why am I here? What is my life about? Why did I come into existence? What's the meaning of all of this? Where am I going to what's going to happen after death

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and the feeling that you need to do something valuable with your life, you need to make a good investment of your life that's intrinsic to every human being, where does it come from? That's the seed of faith in your life that can be that can be grown with the rain and the water that is the Quran.

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You need to water it that seat. So Allah subhanaw taala says element you can omit and for a person who had been dead, but to whom We gave life we revived we brought this person back to life. Was there another Hurrah and we gave offered this person or granted this person light. Yong chi be evenness this slide helps this person navigate the path among other people.

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Is this similar to the example of someone who is dead and who dwells in darkness?

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And this is what we find in this hadith the Quran we're asking Allah to make the Quran as rain to revive our hearts

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and to be the light in our chests because

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That's what we need to navigate this world.

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And the Quran is the source for that. So when you read the Quran, when you embrace the Quran, when you stop placing conditions and expectations on the Quran, because it's the word of your Lord,

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you stop placing conditions, you allow it, to do its own work in your life with full submission,

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then it's going to do its work, it's going to fix your inner workings, is going to open your heart to see the reality of this life, to see Paradise and the hellfire

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and to see with a clear vision in your heart, what you are meant to do with in with your life. And then

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it will give you the guidance, the light as to how to navigate this world, the intricacies of it,

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the path that you should take. But the problem is we don't allow the Quran to do this in our lives. So in this die, you're asking Allah Subhan Allah to Allah, to let the Quran be what is meant to be in my life, the source of life, a revival, and a source of light. And with this, you can handle every situation. That's why when this happens, when this becomes a reality in your life, what happens the sadness is repelled, the stress and the worry are removed.

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So the Quran is not just there for us to tell us what's halal and haram, or to limit us or to place constraints upon us. It's a source of life and light it upgrades in our life, it elevates our lives, but sometimes from the small corner that we force ourselves in, and we start placing

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expectations on Allah and on the Quran. We read the Quran as a textbook, we expecting the Quran to be like those bestsellers. We expect it to communicate to us in just like humans communicate to humans.

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We place the demands and the expectations of our culture and our time on a book from the Creator of the heavens in the earth.

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So we limited,

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we limited but when we allow it, to be in our lives, to reside in our hearts, to be a source of guidance to have an organic relationship with the Quran. Let the Quran teach you let the Quran guide you. Let the Quran grow and live within you, then you will start to see that life will start to make more sense.

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Your life will become more meaningful, you'll understand why things happen. Why Allah allows things that puzzle most of humanity, you will start to see through that why is it happening.

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And then you can transcend hardship, calamity, sadness, etcetera.

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That's the power of the Quran. But the problem is, unless you are in the receptive mode, it doesn't happen. So here we see the relationship, the connection between our inner state, our well being our state of well being and the state of Eman.

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They are strongly connected, strongly connected, and there's a strong connection between being a good person and being a healthy person in every sense, and being a true Muslim. But we have severed these connections, we have compartmentalized, these connections and practice of Islam has become robotic. So Islam is one thing life is one thing, your emotional state is another thing. And we are dealing with a fragmented life.

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And hence we have a lot of issues and problems.

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So it's important to contemplate this hadith, this dua and learn it as the prophets are then encouraged at the end of it, and tried to live its meanings. And it's not like an instant, but something would happen instantly. But it's a journey. And it's a process that you need to build. You need to advance you need to build momentum. And every time you you practice this narration and you live it, you can read more of its foods Oh, we had our stock for a while you want to call for stuff

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and hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad in Vida and he was honey. Hmm, I am alright.

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So I'm going to conclude with this.

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And oftentimes the question comes

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is the person who has Eman immune to mental illness or what's the relationship between a man and mental illness or mental well being? And there's a problem with this question, because mental illness is not one thing.

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It's it's an umbrella for different conditions.

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some mental illness is a matter of physiology, neurology. So there is some kind of a birth defect in the brain, or maybe there is an injury in the brain, and it causes something, it causes some sort of a condition. That's different. That's just when someone is born, for example, without, without a limb, without a hand, without an arm, you can't say, oh, this person becomes a good Muslim, they're gonna grow an arm. The same thing applies to this kind of

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psychological conditions that are a result of neurology.

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But there are some mental conditions that are caused because of one's view of life. The way a person is processes life, the one the style or the way the person sees himself or herself in the world, and what is the relationship with the world that leads to traumatic experiences.

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And this is what actually psychologists call self inflicted pain. Sometimes our expectations make us miserable. It's not the experience, but it's our expectations.

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So again, it's important to understand that we cannot answer a question like this because it's too generic, too generic. But is the relationship between our emotional psychological well being and Eman? Absolutely. Absolutely. Eman changes your view on the world. It restores the true and accurate vision.

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And it brings life into your heart. And a lot of pain in the human experience comes from the fact that the hearts are dead, that we nourish the body, we try to nourish our minds and our heads, but we forget our hearts. And we insist that we can treat that either with medication, or we can treat it with just some kind of, of therapy. But we are forgetting that our essence is spiritual. And there is a need for the soul to be revived, to be nourished to be given the necessary nutrients. And without having that developing that balance, we will definitely suffer.

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And Allah promised them the Quran. I mean, that's it. I mean Dekker in our own woman, Fernando here now.

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Whoever does righteousness and goodness in this life, when they are in a state of belief, when they truly believe in Allah,

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then we shall give them a good day life, which will give them a good life. And if we reflect on the lives of the Prophets, peace be upon them, and the righteous people, you can see some of them went through excruciating challenges. And they had pain and they suffered from sadness. These are normal human emotions. Negative emotions are very healthy and necessary. But they did not lose balance. They experience sadness, but they experienced hope at the same time.

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They went through pain and worry, but they had trust in Allah at the same time. So they had the rich, emotional and psychological repertoire just because they tapped into more depth into their being. So it's important to learn this hadith, it's narrated by Imam Muhammad for Abdullah bin Massoud, I encourage everyone to learn it, you can look it up and Sharla on Google. And I recommend that you learn it every time you go through some hard times. Call upon Allah subhanaw taala using this tool and have unconditional trust in Allah and you will see how Allah subhanaw taala will deliver it.

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the from the hot moments of the day of judgment so we ask Allah Subhana Allah to accept from all of us along with me now when I'm looking at when Muslim Mina when I'm asking method I mean I'm wondering what Allah in my field and I don't know by now I slough and if you empty now with a bit of a dam and I also not a little Coleman, Catherine Lawmaster Denali Valentina with him in the home, how can Elena Mira Hermetica al Hamad Rahim in Kolomna abdomen you have a medical model shift your SOP here hello ma RT koi Duffy Lomasa we have midwifery Hibiki Toby COVID-19 Me UK us a little while writing he was selling them long McAlinden was still I feed them in animal media and if equally

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