Mufti Menk – Learn To Live With Differences

Mufti Menk
AI: Summary © The speaker advises the audience to be careful of how politics affects a person who might be considered a sheikh. They suggest watching out for political sway and warning against hateful behavior. The speaker also mentions that people can be fabricated and misled by media.
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Sometimes

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be careful of how politics can affect

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a person

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who might be considered a sheikh.

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Did you hear what I said? Sometimes

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be careful of how politics

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could affect

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a person who might be considered a sheikh.

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You will be surprised of the change of

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opinions based on political swaying

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and yet

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you looked at the sheikh as a very,

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very

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unwavering

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person. How did they end up swaying?

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So you just have to watch out. That's

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all. Consider it.

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Nobody from amongst us is a Nabi of

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Allah.

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What did I tell you earlier? I said,

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wallahi, if you hear something from me even

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today that

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doesn't sit nicely on your chest, throw it

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out. Don't hate me. I'm just explaining something.

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It's not haram for me to say what

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I just said.

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But throw it out. Say, look, there we

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don't agree, but Sheikh is a he's a

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good Sheikh, but I don't agree on XYZ.

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So there's nothing wrong with that. Who told

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you, I started off this talk by saying

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we're all different? All of us. We have

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different minds. My my understanding of things will

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definitely be different than yours,

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and there will be so many differences,

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but we overlap

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certain

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things.

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And if there is something that I said

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that is totally wrong, throw it right out.

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Maybe you might have an opportunity to

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to let me know, to ask me, or

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tell me.

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And like I said, don't believe everything you

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hear and see on social media. Wallahi, it's

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a it's a joke sometimes.

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People fabricate.

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They try to relate something to a person

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who didn't say it and who you know,

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it's taken it's not only taken out of

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context. Sometimes it's fabricated.

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If they could if they could create fabrications

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and lies at the time of Nabi saulam

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and just after that, don't you think we

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are living in a worse environment?

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They don't do anything. They have something called

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a deep fake. Have you seen them?

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With the deep fake videos, they move your

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lips and your eyes and everything and make

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you say something with the voice that's almost

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like yours.

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And people can get confused.

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