The Muslim Character

Muhammad Alshareef

Channel: Muhammad Alshareef

Topics: Akhlaq

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Here's one of the female companions of the Prophet

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when her son died,

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someone's actually sick for some period of time.

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And he died in the morning and her husband

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didn't know that she had passed away. So at the end of the day, see contemplating how to sell, or hasn't been one that happened.

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And so instead of just shocking him with the news, she prepared for the news of the death of what she did was it she prepared a meal, and she dresses up very nicely. After the meal, they have spent the night together. She says,

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when you think about someone who lent something to someone else,

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and then at the end of the day, is that thing back? Do they have a right to take it back?

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It belongs to them. And they have a right to take it back.

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Then she says,

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Take the reward from Allah,

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because your son died.

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And as the incident on the line, you can see only a family might lose control when their son passes away. But she had that patience to teach in such a way and no doubt, we talked about some character, it begins with ourselves, and how we set ourselves and how we educate other people.

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Fast forward, you know, to 20th century, and now you have Muslims running around.

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There's no honey, there's no you know, information two months behind.

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And so there's a lot of people running rampant ignorance of the teachings of

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a given example is happening in Egypt, in Egypt, they have this

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thing where access to law, they reach out and say, How

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can everybody

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be like innovation, and didn't shake hands with everybody.

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So this one guy finishes a lot. And then he turns to the person beside him, he goes hard on them.

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And the person in reply, flashes.

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And it says an institution accident.

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Right, it's not it's not

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to

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say

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that I didn't know that disrespecting other people was, in fact, the center to be followed.

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In this quest, in we're talking about human rights, and animal rights, and, you know, every kind of right, there is the right of someone that's been forgotten.

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And that is the rights of a lot, the rights of God.

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Have a lot to be learned, because a law has rights over a human being that he created, an era will do, will be shaped that human is God right, that they worship, of love alone and not associate any partners with a loss of power. After that, the Messenger of Allah has a right, your own self, you have rights over your own body and your own mind, that you have to fulfill in your journey through life. And then you go on, speak about or we go on to speak about the rise of neighbors, family, relatives, animal rights, and so on and goes from there.

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Like to speak about

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these three rights, our reverence and respect to a law

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or Lord, Master creator. After that, we'll speak a little bit about some rights towards and our respect and reverence and our character with the problem.

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And then we'll speak about our character that we should have with our own selves and how we should conduct ourselves

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and this is our topic

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good solid. First of all, we have about an hour,

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maybe even less, to

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get really tired.

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And you may know that it was about a few days ago, I just returned last week,

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the jetlag, and so on.

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I lived in India for six years.

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And interestingly enough, we actually learned patience, you ever had the opportunity to deal with sheep? Right, you know that after a while, they don't listen to you, after using different techniques, and so on. Saudi Arabia has like a different code of conduct that you just have to go with. It's called the IBM,

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IBM, Saudi.

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You know, God willing, come back tomorrow.

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You know, and that's how life is, it's just, you just have to be patient, and you will make.

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So when we will go to the pilgrimage, and have a lot of tests in America,

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people would see me and another student, and then

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the other Americans are so patient, you don't care.

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And you didn't notice it, and we wouldn't notice it. But I moved to the US in Washington, DC now,

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for three years. After graduation,

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I went back to the Philippines, the first year.

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When I went for 12, my first walk around the cabin, someone pushing

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basically, like this.

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Normally,

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even bumper to bumper,

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people getting too close to a push like that could provoke, you know, road rage, and provoke ceroid, rain, whatever kind of rage.

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This guy pushing like this,

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and I immediately became angry.

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He will never learn you're pushing. And then and then I saw, you know, the blood went down a little bit.

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And then I said, I've never experienced this type of snap. And

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I've never felt that before. I've never gotten angry. Like

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I said, Where did I learn,

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I had actually didn't come from America, after having limited one year. And I realized it was just

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not that big. So you might not get that kind of heavy city atmosphere where

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that atmosphere where people to get everyone in society in general, that character, that patience with other people is in there.

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To really understand whether it's there or not, all you have to do is start punching in a lot of people and you'll see we need our distance and so on. And so inshallah

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is going to be mentioning, especially when we speak about with our own self,

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and how we conduct ourselves. And

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before we begin on this journey of Adam with Allah and His Messenger,

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you a little joke.

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There was this religious man.

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And this religious man is in mania.

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Minneapolis is near when

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you have like a lot of floods that happen. So they say that there's going to be a big flood.

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And then everybody should evacuate the city.

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So this religious man he was,

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you know, out in the street and so on, raising his hand. Instead, God will say this is

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somehow

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sat down with a beautiful blue light

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and phoned me up and saved me from

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so the water started accumulating, accumulating, started getting your feet wet in the water was flowing sewers and so on. So people are driving by get in the car.

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And they said,

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no, no.

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Going

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crazy and they drive away and they leave.

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So the water starts piling up more and more. It's getting deeper and deeper, until he's wading in the water.

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So these people

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combined.

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Now let's go see Have you said no, no. God will say,

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go ahead.

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No, no, go ahead. So they go forward that you deliver, say try climbing in mountain

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climbing the hill.

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And the water is getting deeper and deeper this time up until he's like up

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in the water. And then the Armed Forces come in with the helicopter.

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You know, this really happened? They have a lot to do fortunately not young

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people actually do

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a

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helicopter man. And he said, No, no, you just go ahead, God will save

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you crazy.

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What happened?

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He got

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the water he drowned, goes up to heaven.

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And then the angel comes up. And he's like, dripping wet. We're worried you

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were worried. I kept waiting for the salvation, and nothing happened.

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And then they

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said to the car, we sent you the canoe, we didn't see the helicopter was you don't learn

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that a lot of us. We expect spirituality to come shining down upon us like this beautiful, blue light. No, we're going to be taken up to heavenly salvation. And then basically, we do nothing in our lives other than wait for this, you know these aliens to come and give us a spiritual

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which is not true.

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A lot of how God sent us profit

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centers messenger

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books, he warned us of Hellfire promises paradise for those who are good. And the warnings keep coming again and again. And again. The boats, the helicopters, they keep coming day after day. But I'm telling you today, this is your helicopter

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telling you to get off.

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So you either say no, no, God will save me wasted round, you can get on the helicopter, you can design and change your life for the better.

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Firstly, our editor

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one,

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which means that whatever blessing that you have, you count it.

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And it comes from a loss of customer.

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And I would say to people that you have as you're looking at me for the hand that you may not be paying attention to or your feet that are holding you down and you'll be using later. All of it comes from

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when you were born, your mother didn't go to Radio Shack and say give me two eyeball and get one of those voicebox

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smaller, he didn't think that was

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in those eyeballs.

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You were born

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there was created and put in a nice shape

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where they created from nothing or just decrease themselves.

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And in our science, I'm sure they studied here that nothing comes from nothing within these walls, nothing comes from nothing. And that same professor, maybe no one's denying God.

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And he himself will say when it comes to religion, we came from nothing.

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Which is

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when a person goes through hardship in their life and

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believe or understand their character

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about reading the books in the self help books, they tell a person that you should patient during the test, but actually a believer programmed into their, into their beliefs to be to understand these are tests from us.

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And in the end, it'll always be better for the person because they're either going to be thankful or they're either going to be patient with what happens

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if something does be falling. Suppose she had a really beautiful car and that car got

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the car originally belonged to got to belong to a lots of panel data

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and the fact that it was taken back from you

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And this is what we say when a person dies.

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Very early to allow we belong,

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we belong to Him. And to him we return. A person may say, innocent as impermissible. Suppose, you know, brother offered me $1,000, if he could borrow my hand, cut my hand off and use it for a scientist

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is able to do that

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could be cut off there and give it to someone else.

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They cannot, the body doesn't belong to the person belongs to a lot of times.

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We have to understand in our respect and reverence and reverence and character with the lust, the lust of everything that we do. There's a beautiful poster that we have at our school in Washington, it says, How do you live your life? When no one is watching?

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How do you live your life.

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If all you were here, what I do some like crazy wild central act.

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As the numbers get smaller and smaller, the person may have more of an inclination to commit that.

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Maybe they'll have one close friend.

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And then it gets smaller and smaller when they're alone, they now have no shame.

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But when they're alone, only one person is seeing them.

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So in this person's mind, they agreed got

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the lowest on their scale,

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the one that they're least shy.

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And I'll tell you someone only understand this. And understanding that a lot, is always watching them recording their deeds, they will need

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if they understood,

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they live their lives in secret.

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obeying a lot of data, there's no way that they would miss that their relationship with their character with the loss of power.

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If you look at the direction of your life, I'm sure that classroom life is not that old, but it's kind of over.

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Sure, there was another generation of people that sat in these chairs. Correct. That is generation people design chairs. Some of them may be dead, may pass the graveyard and may have been dead. Maybe they got from one Ohio State

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football game or something like that, because drums as a craft, and they're very outside, they could have been sitting in your chair. Do you know who they are, though, you know, who knows who they are? Probably knowing that their parents, other people would have forgotten about them. They lived their life, and now they're gone and nobody cares.

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Even if they had a boyfriend, girlfriend, they probably moved on in life. And

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the time will come when all of us will be forgotten.

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And it's not too far away. Maybe 50 years, maybe 100. Most like that 100 years, no one will know the normal care for me.

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You'll be gone.

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And the same chair as some other people.

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And all you need to do is go back maybe 30 4050 years, you may not have even been creating

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too many goals.

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But you weren't even on this.

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Right now we have no idea of who's going to be born next. We know who they are, and so on. We don't know, the time will only make your nothing more than the moments that you have.

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And so where is the direction that you're going to

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be traveling in life? you're passing along? What is the direction the direction in fact is facing towards a lot.

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You're going back to your dream?

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A lot.

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Name is

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so cool. Wheeler. Where are you going? What's your direction?

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Because people make a false statement. I'm telling you, someone may say a Darwin's theory and someone else makes a big bang theory or whatever theory they have. Basically, they're banking on this. This is their million dollars in deposits isn't wrong. They're in big trouble.

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They're in big trouble

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to hold on to. In fact, he looked into

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looking at the person before the last panel data

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to categorize all the final statements to be made. We just made it up with their mouth to say that there was no God and there was no Iraq. There was

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No, like,

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a lot of Colorado says it's not.

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Because they were saying

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they didn't believe in it, but they just had to say something in order for their lives to go forward.

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Again, this is going to give you a little example.

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This is just a little tangent. But before I forget the benefits,

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go back to 911, September 11.

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Early in the morning first flies into the world.

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Everything goes into the Trade Center, meeting me start coming up.

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Here it was, it was an active, secondary, it was a terrorism. It was

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once an accident, once an intentional, intentional terrorism.

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People didn't know which one to believe until a few minutes later, the second airplane flew into the second hour. They said 100%, does anybody have any doubt that it was an intentional act of terrorism? Does anybody have any doubt?

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Why? Because it's impossible to airplane, one will find a disarming one a few minutes, we'll find some other power, it's impossible. The same people that told us that tell us that.

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Building airplanes flying into the World Trade Center, are all our 26 billion human beings. They say that after, what 10 billion years, something like that this cell evolved into

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if it was possible, and one human evolved, you could say maybe terrorism or it was accidental. But when the second human being is created,

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you know that it's not

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an act of accident. But this is what they have to keep telling people in order to maintain the status of the people. And if you really look at a person has to shut their mind in order to accept

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it really have to fool themselves to say that this is all just being accident that we're living

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in the airspace to those who may be coming from Muslim country, and they're flying to the US and other countries may find my experience, the people that transform, and transform.

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And so you might have, like boys and girls learning on the airplane

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like that.

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And then I would notice, as these people, they may be away from their parents, or they're, they're getting away with.

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You never see the seniors on the team flirting with other

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senior managers and go up with the senior woman and start learning in the middle of the high. Maybe they're sleeping and they're getting younger.

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And I said, why aren't these seniors

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doing these assets like the other.

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And it may be that the time has passed for them.

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They've gotten married, they've gone beyond that. The desires aren't there anymore. So they don't do. But perhaps if you went back 50 years when they were younger, maybe even 30

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in your life, you get a chance to do something.

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Sometimes, when they're on their deathbed, they'll have $100,000 in

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his pocket.

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distributed worldwide, I'm so generous.

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That my generosity, that's not even the money clinically, they're not allowed to do that. islamically the wealth at their deathbed isn't

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capable of being given away in such a way it doesn't belong to them.

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The real test is when the person is a young person has the chance to do wrong but they choose to do the right way. And that is all our character with the loss of our reverence and our respectful level.

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Someone has that use. And they have that wealth of capable,

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capable,

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is strong and capable, faster and

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stronger, capable of five periods a day. All of that will be tested when the person gets older, and he no longer with us anymore because they may be handicapped or something like that. After that the test will be when they were young before that's

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also in our character in our, in our relationship

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does not get distracted from porn God

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gets distracted from

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lots of channels.

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Yeah, hey, you've

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been on the channel, Kenny.

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Universe, scary when you can stand alone. Only calling somebody calling every human being

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in business

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is when a person

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doesn't

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hear like a used car salesman. And you treat someone like big time to paying $14,000 for a $2,000 car

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or something like that. You've done a lot to them. You swindle them, you've cheated them. So lots of times in this verse says that human beings are human

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who is swindled and cheating you in your relationship with

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with your Lord as

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a client, and then he's

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the one who created for some work and profession you find a that made you perfect, in a sort of

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any form and fashion that he chose to preach? who cheated you

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thought about that? said in the class list. Those things that affected us from a loss of

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what are the things that distract us?

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television,

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TV distracts us from a loss of

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a given example.

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If we wanted to discuss about

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if there is like email, right.

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And even though many of us haven't read any books and haven't read any karate,

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you will see this argument and very intense. People say a lot of things. Inside, all that information in our mind is coming from where coming from media.

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When I hear something from something, I try to analyze in my mind where they got that information from. And you can kind of tell where they got it. I'll give you an example. There is these two brothers, two students,

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Medina, and one of them was stronger.

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He was the guy who's like, no, I can do what I want. It's a free country.

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It's a free country, then I thought you're in Saudi Arabia.

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Bad, pretty

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bad.

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His statement at that moment where he just you know, in the middle of it just came straight out of television.

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I'm sure you you know, you've seen shows where people say things like that.

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And that the danger in TV as a person is growing with the television set. And they are basically like breastfed for years and years off the TV, teaching them to buy this is a five that we teach them, basically their religion on television. Smart parents

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will not let the children be raised by that third parent.

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Because that's one of the distraction and one of the things that confuses a person with their Lord. Another thing that will confuse the person with their Lord is again, like I said, table

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is

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incorrect,

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scientific theories, or they call it science.

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Because it even goes against their own

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challenges people like that. And the only way to accept it, like I said about the example of a person actually one human being after 10 million years, not disability, and not the proportion not all the others. Only a in an intellectual mindset except for with the media company.

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Have

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you noticed there was a mouse that just ran through the center section, always you guys

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ran over your

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unit within here, right?

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You just scream and scream and scream tough rather than have to come in

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and do

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a ratchet.

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However,

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we take that now enlarge it a little bit

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when we put Walt Disney on

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even though one of the most hated rodents to American is, is a mouse

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you know they can't stand, it was packaged in a correct way. And they and they pumped it and they pumped it into the American public accepted as an American eyes of love for their children, these children will actually go in

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and they'll put it up on the wall and look my mouth, my

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mouth

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because of the packaging. Similarly, their disbelief in their oppression against the God is

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in their media. And as the person grows on that, similarly, income distribution

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in our relationship with the loss of Coronavirus should not lose hope and a loss of power.

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When a person loses hope, in the mercy of a law

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they've lost

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lots of hands on wash, messy and whatnot.

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And then my racing spread to everything.

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When a person

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has offered that mercy of a must. So when you come to do a good deed, never in your heart, that Allah will not accept,

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you should actually have that proper intention and good hope and above that this action is going to be accepted. Because you're doing something good. You can, for example, lecture in your heart in relationship with the love, you say, oh god,

00:32:36--> 00:32:37

I'm trying to learn about

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and don't harbor in your heart, the thought that I'm going to be punished for coming to this point, you're trying to come forward. And this is the proper evidence and character with a lesson

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on the same side or on the opposite side. No one should take God to light.

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Because just like the last panels either

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has always received a lot of data is also severe. And

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people that don't understand it are the ones

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who fail often

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severe punishment, when a person is

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not honoring a lot of creatives

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associated

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with

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a lot create them. And then prostrates something,

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whether it be an item, whether it be to money, that they're frustrated.

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And many people in our society, prostrate to their own mind

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that their mind is gone.

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The human mind is not

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that reference is to love.

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Men.

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On either

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side, whoever does

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invest in whether they're a male or female doesn't matter who they are.

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And they're a believer.

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For sure, we will raise them in a good way. It will be live. It will meet a happy life and a blessing.

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No doubt when a person has the proper relationship with God. They're not the ones on Prozac. They're not the ones in depression. They're not the ones in the bars, drinking themselves so that they forget everything. They're not the ones taking drugs. They're content with the rest of us

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and they're between patients and something good happens to them.

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they're thankful to God. They don't take it for granted. But they spend your time saying, and

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I saw a bumper sticker. And I was, this is in Canada.

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I was doing my daily things in the car. So as

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the remembering got in the evening after after prayer, and I was in the car like this, and while I was thinking to myself, every day, every morning and evening, with something that approximates a device, and tada, I saw someone had a bumper sticker that said, How many times have you thank God

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and I have had it in my head, I was thinking about it, that very,

00:35:51--> 00:35:56

it's kind of work program, as Muslim Central was

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for those who are falling, this is our life. And when a person is saying,

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they will be the blessing of living a happy life content in their heart.

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A person should never lose hope,

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in the mercy of a loss of chronotype, they're really trying to come back to

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the example of an exam or a semester in university, if you start,

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okay, let's say that you have like 13.

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If you have to go to class, like

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if you had to go to class 13 times, and then one day, you know, your friend came over today, then you skipped another day, and then started missing, like all these classes, you're really behind.

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And then you get new that, you know, you just want to leave the university, you're gonna drop out

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in between University, that would happen to a lot of classes. And they'd actually lose, they have some other hope they're going to go into Microsoft, or something like that, after they're, you know, they're going to leave this

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once they determine in their heart, and they've lost hope.

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And they're shaky on their direction, they've actually failed. Because the exams are too hard for anybody who shaped and I'm sure you know that, in certain exams,

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may have

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the teachers like a horrible teacher that will give you all these hard exams, if you lose hope from the beginning, you've already lost because you have to be consistently strong all the way through to make it.

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Similarly, once a person loses hope,

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in the Hereafter, they'll say, for example, I'm too bad for God to forgive, and too bad to be, you know, to live

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a righteous life, once they've lost hope. They're basically falling deep into the cemetery. And the person needs to change.

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And say that no, I am a priest of God, just like anyone else.

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And Allah subhanho wa Taala, when a person puts their hand forward, a lot of times our

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person comes walking out of constructing a love wants you to come back

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and alone love you if you turn back. If you turn back, it's not unconditional love. Because when a person doesn't live their life in accordance with what

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their character with love is not correct. They are not Beloved.

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And in fact,

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a dog

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is more beloved

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than that person.

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And dog doesn't have an intelligent

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or very minimal one. Why did God create the dog

00:39:23--> 00:39:29

procreate food, you know, being on fire.

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He's doing what he can do. God created him and he was

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saying

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there's not a single creative state that doesn't

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have a love thing, or useful law. But you don't understand. This is a rite of

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passage said about

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animal rights and so on. They're always into being the animal. But a human being was given a brain to decide writing along

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with that group,

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mean, with great power comes great responsibility.

00:40:06--> 00:40:08

Your brain is a great power.

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And no doubt degree of responsibility comes with it

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comes with it when a person chooses the wrong path, we should not think

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a lot. Last regard, it's not true.

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The person has to come in according to trial, of course, the person will be safe in what they're doing, he will make mistakes along the path. That's our human nature. But every time they make a mistake, they come back and repentance to a loss of time, and they live their life like that.

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So in conclusion, just like humans have, right, all these other things have rights, God has a right over us is the most important right? That you'd be worshipped. And that no partner be associated with.

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Moving along to our character with the Prophet put

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him in the university, for growing up here in North America, I grew up in Canada.

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And we would always put the statements of profit or loss

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on the same line with any other persons.

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And some of us here may have that confusion a little bit the problem that a lot of cinemas just like any other human being, that we have this professors area, and then we have probably

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until I was reading any

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one of the companions, he said

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that the top of the line he taught us this, and then the companion added the words, what was funny

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is he is

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he is the truthful one.

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The one everyone is accepted as the one with the truth.

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And if you see when I was a piano, went to

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his office, rolling

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bass innopolis in Jerusalem,

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and he asked him

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that, did you ever notice him lying? before he became a prophet? And he said, No, he never lied.

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And then hit up the reply that he would never tell the truth to human beings, and lies against

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lies.

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From his knowledge of the Scriptures.

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If I said to you do like, Jason,

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do you like Jason with hand raised? How many people like Jason?

00:42:53--> 00:42:54

People like Jason?

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Jason,

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find people like Jason Okay, obviously, then you must Ha.

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Okay, you don't know who it is. Therefore, you cannot make a conclusion over whether you like him or you just like

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North America. People do not know how to profit.

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And so they are asked to love.

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And so the first thing we're finding back, even subconsciously?

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Who is?

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Who is

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it don't know.

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And just like you couldn't make a conclusion, whether you love or dislike, Jason, that same thing applies to

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you cannot make a conclusion until you know who was

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taking one step higher. When I'm speaking about a loss of God, that we should love Alon revere hammer character. You may also ask the question, who is

00:44:09--> 00:44:10

neither all the sciences

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personally

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find out who his person learns

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to find out who is

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and they go in as you grow in your knowledge, your belief and your strength and your faith increases? Because you now know who it

00:44:32--> 00:44:35

is you're worshiping and you now know who is this prophet

00:44:41--> 00:44:45

in our character with my number one we should pray for

00:44:49--> 00:44:53

him in the lobby may have printed in the football in the lobby.

00:45:00--> 00:45:06

In a speech on Friday, the man may save enormous amounts of money

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or send an email

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or something

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in that statement,

00:45:18--> 00:45:24

saying that a lot commands you with the commandments that can be used with

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any second with all the angels. And he

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concludes with the believers. And he says, It barely aligns messenger pays

00:45:41--> 00:45:43

for the profit you owe you believe.

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Of course, the word solution will have different meanings. It means a lot and the angels, and there's different ways.

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A lot of synonyms blessing the angels will make the believers.

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So believer, just as you're sitting there in a car that are listening, CBS, NBC.

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If you just say that while you're in the car, you'll see

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why. Because when a person prays for the profit for the law,

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a law pays for them 10 times or 10 times on the person.

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If you're getting 10 times the return, would you not increase in what you're doing. And of course, a lot of times we talk about fundraisers, and so on, will say things like, give $10 of cash in one day alone give you credit in this era,

00:46:51--> 00:47:01

one day, you will get your $10 back in your business mind, you're thinking well $10 and if I get $10 back 10 years from now, it's better than

00:47:03--> 00:47:07

I'd rather keep, which is a mistake from the speaker.

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Because a lot is more merciful is more generous, than to ask you for cash and give you credit.

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You know

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what in the past that comes back immediately to you. When you give or you pray for the property and do that action. Cash immediately is happiness thrown into your heart.

00:47:31--> 00:47:33

If you have two people,

00:47:34--> 00:47:45

there's a need for money. One person gave $2 the other person gave nothing. Watch the two leaves the room The one who gave the money will walk two miles.

00:47:46--> 00:47:49

And the one who didn't give money will walk out with a frown.

00:47:52--> 00:47:52

Noise

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nothing like that. They'll be mad, the one who didn't give them.

00:48:00--> 00:48:03

But the person who gives immunity will have happiness in the heart.

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A person has to obey and understand the progress of the law. They have to obey Him and follow in his

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footsteps.

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Whatever your profit is, you have your messenger

00:48:30--> 00:48:31

whatever it is, you're busy.

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We have to love

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so I'm more beloved to them

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than their children, parents and all

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the prophets of alarm is the one that we love. And so when you see as a human being a statement which contradicts something in the province of a licensed Indian Who do you love

00:49:02--> 00:49:04

and you follow in the footsteps of

00:49:05--> 00:49:11

some wacko guy comes up with a theory. I say to myself, I don't want to be with you what

00:49:12--> 00:49:13

I'd rather do

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matter because when a person calls to disbelief in a messenger basically what they're telling you is coming into my head I will protect if there's any

00:49:30--> 00:49:32

fire Don't worry, I'll take care of

00:49:35--> 00:49:36

you trust me when you want to be new.

00:49:40--> 00:49:40

When

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the time of the province of aligning to manual Emmanuel,

00:49:51--> 00:49:54

civilized and I went from Mecca to Jerusalem one time

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anybody who knows a pair of chains now today will know that

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You can go and come back on an airplane today. And human beings can do it. This is the Messenger of Allah.

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I think to myself, finally, Medina, back in the time, someone said that a time when people pray morning prayer, here in Medina.

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And then by ancient time, they'll be on the other side of the world.

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We believe

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we do

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civilize them went from Mecca to Medina to Jerusalem, in this one night

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when he came back,

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and there was someone sitting at the camera, and a man was wrong.

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And then when I finally found out what had happened, he started shouting, like, finally Mohammed is crazy. We've been known. He says, he went to Jerusalem when I came back. And they went to have a walk up on the lawn.

00:51:10--> 00:51:11

And they asked,

00:51:13--> 00:51:22

Do you know that your companion says that he went to Jerusalem in one night, and he came back and listen to what Ilan said.

00:51:24--> 00:51:25

He said,

00:51:28--> 00:51:30

he really didn't say,

00:51:35--> 00:51:39

so many other people want to distract from the truth of the promise of the lies.

00:51:40--> 00:51:47

That has led to 1400 years. So being distracted by some guy that comes on Fox News.

00:51:59--> 00:52:03

Moving along, in our character with ourselves.

00:52:08--> 00:52:10

It was a sermon,

00:52:11--> 00:52:12

how to master

00:52:13--> 00:52:15

this master was

00:52:16--> 00:52:17

pressing

00:52:24--> 00:52:24

until this

00:52:26--> 00:52:28

master, the same one is to teach the master.

00:52:30--> 00:52:35

So the master is going to go out into the field, and to plant seeds

00:52:36--> 00:52:37

of barley.

00:52:42--> 00:52:50

Fields of barley, and the slave when he went out, he said, I'm going to teach you a lesson he planted, we

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put the seeds in, bury them, and by until the weed came out, and then the master you like we said, this is resisted you have here is not the bottom that I told you. They got very angry, and started behaving starting to become aggressive against, so displays tempted

00:53:12--> 00:53:16

to plant the seeds, hoping that it would come out as you wish.

00:53:19--> 00:53:20

And so the Master said,

00:53:21--> 00:53:25

How can you think like there were three intelligence? How can you plan to

00:53:26--> 00:53:36

have we didn't expect them to come out of the body? And then sit back and reply, how can you see the fire and hoping that it'll come out.

00:53:40--> 00:53:42

And he stopped. And he realized,

00:53:44--> 00:53:48

similarly, in our lives, we shouldn't be naive in planting the seeds and

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hoping that one day, it'll come out and a flower.

00:53:54--> 00:54:00

But instead, we should recognize, first of all, the seeds in Paradise and plant

00:54:04--> 00:54:15

those seeds will come out as the flowers and like we said that we have that trust in the last time. We try our best to plant those seeds of Paradise paradigm that

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teaches us very valuable lesson

00:54:22--> 00:54:36

by time incentives that illustrate by time that humans in law, they call them high school students. One of the lessons that they wrote that they learned from the class was that humans are losers.

00:54:37--> 00:54:38

humans aren't

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that interesting.

00:54:48--> 00:54:51

And human is a loser.

00:54:53--> 00:54:59

But the next verse says in the exceptional, who is an exception to the rule, I give you an example.

00:55:00--> 00:55:03

Then you understand you come into class

00:55:07--> 00:55:12

and you come in by default, you are a loser, you will fail the exam.

00:55:13--> 00:55:14

If you do nothing

00:55:15--> 00:55:17

the teacher toss

00:55:19--> 00:55:21

the exam calm and you go to

00:55:23--> 00:55:27

the final exam COMM And you need to convince them that

00:55:29--> 00:55:40

you are already by default, not going to pass and just because you came into the class, you're already a loser. If you aim for nothing will happen, you will hit it with your modules

00:55:42--> 00:55:43

you will hit that

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and in your life and lightsphere after you're also your default investor

00:55:53--> 00:56:03

you have to plot the most contrast as well as incentives because every human is a loser in levena except those who believe

00:56:05--> 00:56:06

in do good work,

00:56:07--> 00:56:08

live in a private way

00:56:10--> 00:56:15

and encourage other people to choose to also encourage other people

00:56:16--> 00:56:18

this is a person who does not

00:56:20--> 00:56:20

vary from

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anybody from

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nobody

00:56:29--> 00:56:33

I went to Busan is very hot. There are

00:56:36--> 00:56:36

lots of names.

00:56:44--> 00:56:46

Some people like to blend the mangoes

00:56:48--> 00:56:50

today, he has this drink

00:56:51--> 00:56:52

this mango

00:57:04--> 00:57:06

but it was the water that message

00:57:07--> 00:57:08

in

00:57:09--> 00:57:14

the huge trucks of ice. Right? Where did they get that water?

00:57:20--> 00:57:24

the dirtiest water and drop it on the ground was smashed into the fall off

00:57:26--> 00:57:29

or something like that. And then he'll put the guy will open up his

00:57:32--> 00:57:37

rabbit like this is a walk and dump any new drink

00:57:39--> 00:57:40

dissolves.

00:57:46--> 00:57:46

I

00:57:48--> 00:57:53

also put yourself in the position of the ice seller who has no refrigeration.

00:57:54--> 00:57:58

He's sitting on the stream frozen ice and brings in frozen ice.

00:57:59--> 00:58:01

How Long Does he have to sell?

00:58:03--> 00:58:05

in real time? The hardest thing

00:58:06--> 00:58:12

is how long is that? Really a few hours? What if he goes

00:58:14--> 00:58:15

and he says let me wake up and

00:58:17--> 00:58:19

what will happen? He'll wake up

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and he has to work hard in the beginning of the day to sell as much as he can. Because by the end of the day, whatever he has left will be lost. He would have lost the ask to sell as much as he can. In the beginning. The same level two is your life. You're an ice cellar

00:58:42--> 00:58:44

and the ice is your life.

00:58:47--> 00:58:48

You don't know how long

00:58:49--> 00:58:52

but if you go to sleep and you turn your bath,

00:58:53--> 00:58:54

that ice will melt.

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And then you wake up and say I wish I

00:58:59--> 00:59:00

wish the

00:59:01--> 00:59:05

president turns his face towards a love letter.

00:59:12--> 00:59:24

Secondly, person should put themselves on trial. When a person doesn't action. They should also always end the day and go back and look is what I did. What is what I loved.

00:59:25--> 00:59:29

was the thing that I did wasn't disliked by lots of

00:59:31--> 00:59:33

animals before that, unless

00:59:34--> 00:59:35

you've been living in

00:59:40--> 00:59:41

physical you believe

00:59:42--> 00:59:52

it has to belong to your last panel data and let every soul look in their suitcases to bracket. What they prepared for tomorrow.

00:59:54--> 00:59:55

What they prepared for tomorrow

00:59:57--> 00:59:59

the alarm had to ring the police

01:00:00--> 01:00:03

As a Muslim leader, as Raina said,

01:00:06--> 01:00:15

he says that death is enough to handle the death is enough as a warning for you

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that if he ever felt it is wise to disobey,

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look at these words, remember that one thing is

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and that would help

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in putting ourselves on trial between ourselves, why didn't develop some fun facts, and just going to make a point here, and disappoint those who are sleeping.

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And take note of

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what this is called, is the market.

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A market and I don't mean anybody here but I know that this is just our culture in North America to really feel

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in common.

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The most famous comedians are the ones that can mock others the best.

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People are doing satire, for mocking and making fun. And like I said, even immediate teaching us that this is somehow funny

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that we simulated

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Canada, the cool

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us, were the ones who can mark the others,

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the ones who have the sharpest, they were the coolest. And in order for you to get with the in crowd, you have to be able to put down the people underneath.

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In order to get in with the pool. What this eventually led people to is that it led very bad people to be the leaders. Number one, secondly, that the people on the bottom of the ladder that couldn't walk in are stopped.

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They stopped practicing.

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Because

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I may have heard it here and there.

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And I know that this happens a lot because this is our culture.

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And what I want

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to leave you with the advice

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next time someone makes a comment about someone's away, or Oh, you're not married yet, or something like that.

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Or via whatever

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the donation and the words

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here someone mock your Muslim brothers and sister put them down hurt their feelings, and you stand with

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no defense.

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It may hurt the person's feelings the first time, the second time.

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That

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will help. It's kind of like checking your email.

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Something like that.

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There's so much more to be said regarding

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regarding a person's character, character, person, that character and character with their parents

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teaches us our character and relationship children, our character relationship,

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siblings, brothers, sisters, Muslims and community, how to deal with the elderly, how to deal with the youth

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how to deal with our relatives, how to deal with normals. We act with 72 that's our character with Adam. And in fact, it's a huge subject of how

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to deal with animals, how to deal with plan, how to deal with environment, all this is a little live. It says you know when you go to have some taste tests or something like that, what do you just

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try to make a decision.

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What I want to do is give you a little glimpse of what we're doing in Washington, DC with them to

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tell you

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Studying in the university, I would actually when the teacher would get like really boring stuff, I would take out my notes.

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And if you look in those old books, you will see little descriptions of

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life. There was a Vietnamese brother from Seattle, Washington, I used to tell him, how much would you sell him if I could bring him?

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He's like, no, no.

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But I had that in my mind.

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After a lot of different things happen, and it came together, this is

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how we designed it, just like it says here.

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The French fries. That's our list.

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And in order to create a monitor, what we did is we took all the annoying things about education, and

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we listed them here some of the things that we had, that unprepared teachers to just read out of a book for limited or no use technology, boring lecture format, with hands on activities.

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And

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no assignments or exams,

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basically, your husband will have all of the above.

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Right? It's a lecture format, there's no, there's no exam, the teacher, you know, they're not prepared.

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They're not coming. And so instead, we took that burned down the house with those annoying things. And we changed so that each program that we have,

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has at least minimum two months of preparation involved,

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to most of it saw on the first page in class, and the Arabic class.

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And

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when we do this, we're able to, you know, keep the institute running by

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doing in different location. So prepare two months, and in the time that it takes a different location, and teach that same class. And while we're teaching passenger communication, we'll be preparing

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what we offer, or what our flagship product is, the double weekend accredited.

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And just like, you know, you may even have trouble pronouncing it, because we designed it. We haven't heard of double weekend, two weekends, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Friday, Saturday, to weekend accredited and accredited by

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the American Open University. So it'll actually

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counts for your degree in assignment.

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You actually get a degree after the time is spent in class

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intensive, in that those, those entire days are dedicated to the study of one subject. You'll see in a conference, I mean, maybe five to the MSA conferences.

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You'll go to the conference and they'll say the theme of this conference is loving thy neighbor.

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And then say loving your near neighbor loving your middle, you know, it'll just go around and then some things just won't be related at the end of the conference.

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And you can say, what did you learn from the competency I met a new friend.

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Right, because the format is not meant to actually teach you it's more to the sample you just made instead of 123 or four. But in the end, you've got to sample instead, this class that we teach is directly

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for the entire weekend, two weekends is all one spot. So lecture after lecture with the bracing team, we don't go longer than 15 minutes. 15 minutes break. Just like a child would go in a class. They don't get tired because of the race. We have

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something

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sexual receive is almost like shaken with value. One day we'll go overseas to some exotic country with

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pineapples falling on your head and you're studying.

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And you have a dream that when I finished this,

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indeed isn't rich.

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But in the meantime, that shouldn't be an excuse to delay studying.

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Where you have the opportunity to do this class right here.

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You have PowerPoint, you have a grid setup. You won't get in some

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The country that people are planning to go to, why are we taking advantage of these?

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It's my opinion that actually the teachers that need start focusing on technology may be able to provide people in a way that they understand our knowledge Institute is trying to do that.

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If you look in the sealer, people will come alive.

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And they will

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get a few lessons go back to their people, entire nations will become,

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you know, entirely based on the knowledge that they have. Why because they learned something, and then implement, their brains were strong.

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And there's

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a lot less than what they are to weaken.

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We actually focus on giving you the most important information that you can use immediately. So how we do that supplementary material

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for the class before the class,

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the course is Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Friday starts after work Saturday's on their full days with a break.

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The two weekends will be 21 hours of classes, when someone says we're doing an eight week class, they're actually doing about the same number of hours, maybe even less, for all we're doing is disciplining them into two weekends, because people have you on the other

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end, there's an exam that's taken, most

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people are taking notes correct?

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Why are you taking notes, because I'm not going to give you an exam.

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If I told you that, I'm going to give you an exam lecture.

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And then that exam directly affects your GPA. And which directly affects how much money you made at work.

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And you invest it actually, much more than once, you know, you're going to forget 70% of what I said,

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By leaving you with some sort of energy to move on to the

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to the knowledge to the American

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distance, education University, teaching the Spanish citizen I also work with education.

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We teach their subjects on site. So we'll take a class

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we'll go through a location and try to focus on the students student body and teach it to the students and the two weekends on your campus. So George Mason, for example, university will go there and teach it to their students, and then the surrounding communities.

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And then we move along with all the courses from the university, until

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the classes that we do the tapes are actually going to be taster generic

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class by correspondence, we will actually be taking

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traditional modern approach to learning.

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When you think traditional approaches is sitting on the floor right now sitting on the chair, sitting on the floor, and you think rolling back suffered

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with that, which is not true. The license teacher

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came in.

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He said I've never seen anyone, I've never seen a better teacher. So they have all the techniques. When you apply for modern techniques, all you're doing is going to the teachers

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look at the way that they taught, you will see those methods and how they find out and that's what we're trying

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to help how

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to allocation the difference between us and other institutions is that we're not locked into one location because people can travel. And it's only like

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we go and we'll send teachers to different locations. So I'll be teaching a class in George Mason and then Canada.

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land to Florida, right now setting up in Australia

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in the UK

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so if you have any questions about that