In The Footsteps Of The Greatest Environmentalist
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all praise and thanks to Almighty Allah subhanho wa Taala, who is no doubt our Creator, sustain and nourish, protect and cure. We asked him the almighty the Lord of all worlds the exalted to Chava his choices of blessings and salutations upon our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa ala he was seldom his family members, his companions, and all those who tread upon his path with utmost sincerity until the day after,
and he respected elders and brothers in Islam. First and foremost, I advise myself I enjoin upon myself and then all of you all present here to adopt a life of taqwa. And that is to be conscious of your maker of your Creator during every single second of your lives. If you wish to attain success in this world, if you wish to attain victory in this world, as well as the Hereafter, may Allah subhana wa tada make us all from the victorious and successful ones. And in
today's topic, channel, Tyler is going to be in the footsteps of the greatest environmentalists to ever walk on the face of this earth, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
The past few days. I'm sure every single one of us here we are aware of the meat of the Mullah tragedy,
the garbage, landslide that costed the lives of many. The death toll, if I'm not mistaken, as of today is ranging somewhere around 30 people have passed away.
And if you were to read certain headlines clearly states that it was a preventable tragedy. It was a preventable tragedy.
Now that it has happen, it is upon the country, it is upon the leaders of the country. And likewise, it is upon each and every one of us, as citizens of this country, to do something about it. We have to work towards a solution. I'm not going to be talking about it from a political angle. I'm going to be talking about this from an individual perspective as to what we should do in this regard.
And before I go into the tips that I have to share with you all I would like to highlight how much Islam our religion emphasizes in regard to these standards that I'm going to talk about in Charlottetown. Green standards
are sort of law. He said a long while ago when he was 11, like I started off was the greatest environmentalist to walk on the face of this earth. If you only go into his car
with an intention to deduce lessons from that angle, you will find many a lesson many teaching that he left behind Salama, while he was ready. He was sending
alarm states about the profits of a long winding road. He was sitting in Walmart at Seneca in Lafayette, Indiana and I mean, that you Oh Mohammed said a long winding road he was a lamb you will not send except as a mercy unto mankind. Mercy in the sense he said along while you were to send them was sent as a merciful individual, to mankind in the sense to all of us, to the environment around us to the animals. He said a long while he when he was sent him was sent as a mercy upon a very, very broad spectrum. And this is something that we have to understand. And apart from that we also have the Hadith of the prophets annihilation where he is reported to have said Athena see the
deen is an si ha. Now at times we look at this hadith to from a very skewed perspective or a narrow minded or constricted angle, where we think oh the deen is all about at one only advising one another. Yes, it is to advise one another. It is to remind one another whether care for in the cross and foul movement in the mind is profit the believers Yes. But Likewise, the deen is about caring about one another, to care about one another, to care about the community to care about the society to care about the country at large. Some of us are even turning a blind eye in regard to the tragedy that just took place. I'm sure whenever you tune in
To the news, you hear of the families that have been struck. They've lost members,
houses destroyed. And we're not talking about a natural disaster, we're talking about garbage, the tons and tons of garbage that you and I, we dispose on a daily basis. So there has to be a solution. And Islam has clearly outlined this, and this is what I'm going to be talking about in Charlottetown.
I came across an interesting study, as I was prepping myself for this talk. The Hadith has been recorded in the books of authentic narrations. The Prophet said a long while you ready was enemies reported to have said along the lines of these words and NSW medical the long line he reports the narration.
He said along while he while he was still in his report, prep said if the final hour comes, if the day of judgment comes whilst you have a sapling, a tree upon cutting in your hands, and if it is possible for you to plant it, before the hour comes about, then you should plant it.
such a profound howdy amazing, I want you all to internalize this narration. Let me repeat it again. In my own words in Sharma, if the final hour comes, in the sense, let me give you an example. If you are all told that the day of karma, listen to me attentively, if the day of the AMA see at the end of the day, don't listen to me. These are the words of the profits that are long while you ready to sell them. I am just a messenger, conveying the words of the prophets that alarm it really was no, this is how the real students of knowledge would listen to talks. They would listen as if the prophets are alone. While SLM was talking. I'm not saying that I'm anywhere close to such scholars
or even the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but I'm narrating his words. And I want you all to pay an attentive ear to his words. Think of it if the prophets that alone while he when he was sent, I'm going to be talking right now, how attentively and how earnestly you would be listening to him. These are his words, and you and I, we all have to pay an attentive here.
So let me elaborate the Hadith again, shall we? Think of it if the final hour is about to occur, if you have been told that the day of the AMA is going to commence in one hour's time, in two hours time, or if the day of the AMA is going to be tomorrow. And he said a long while he when he was telling me stating if you have a sapling, what's a sapling, a young tree, a plant in your hands upon cutting his palm trees were common and prevalent during the time of the profits of the Learning Center, if you have a young tree in your hands, and if you have the time, if you are able to plant it, before the day of the AMA commences, then you should plant it.
Now you might think to yourself, if the day of the AMA is to commence tomorrow, if the day of the AMA is to commence in one hours time, don't you think that I should be busy with other things that are more pressing matters that I should be concerned about, and not necessarily be worried about planting a sapling. But look at the words of the Prophet said a long while he when he was in, plant the tree. In this Hadith, we understand that however hopeless the situation you may be in that some of us when you, you know talk to certain individuals, they say, Oh, it's hopeless, the country is corrupt, the leaders are corrupt, the system is corrupt. There's no way to prevent this. And this is
going to keep on happening. People are making money out of waste. It's a
money making machine. There's nothing that we can do about it. And then they fall on to Qatar, it was decreed by Allah. So we go with the flow, there's nothing that we can do about it. Look at the prophets analysis. Look at the words, what is he saying? Even if the day of the AMA is tomorrow, that's boom, everything is to be destroyed. Look at that sense of hopelessness. But yet, if you have a tree in your hands, then go ahead and plant it. We don't have any information that the day of the AMA is going to commence tomorrow. In other words, we don't know for sure that the world is going to end tomorrow. So we are not at the end of the world. So most definitely, we can do something about
it, we can work towards a solution. If each and every one of us just as how he is reported to have said, Go and plant the tree is just one individual with one tiny tree going to plant it. Likewise, if each and every one of us, if we make up our minds that we can do something about it. I am going to bring about a change. Firstly in my life. I'm not going to go about hopping and putting myself into you know the matters of others or into the business of others. No, I'm going to bring about a change and if we all collectively do so the impact is going to be so
Much more greatest hangover. This is what the professor nihilism is highlighting in the heady
And apart from that we have many other hobbies I can go on and on. We have another Hadith where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is reported to have said that planting trees planting trees and tackling this, from like I said, from the anger that he saw on Instagram was the greatest environmentalist. planting trees is a renewable source of reward.
And it is in the book of Imam Al Bukhari Rahim Allah, Allah and Islam is reported to have said, if a Muslim plants a tree or sows seeds, and then if a bird or a person or an animal eats from that particular tree, it is regarded as a sadhaka. for that individual, you plant a tree and you pass away. His animals benefit from that tree. If human beings shelter themselves under that tree, if birds consume of that tree, it is an ongoing saga call for use of Han Allah.
You are contributing towards a greener world
for the future generations for your own children, and it is also a renewable source of reward for you. One three,
today Do we even think of planting trees in our grandparents, they used to emphasize this a lot. Now we live in very urban settings and we don't think about planting trees. But in the past, whenever there would be Steve, they would emphasize go plant it out. Just go planted.
And those are the trees that we are enjoying today. We see huge big trees the times when we drive through a road where you see beautiful trees from both sides shading you you feel so peaceful. you're breathing in fresh air, you feel comfortable, you're not affected by the heat. You see animals birds, you hear the chirping of birds. Now we live amidst concrete structures.
And this was all what the generations of the past did for us. What are we doing for our children? Think about it. you plant a tree, it's a renewable source of rewards Panama. And then we have many a hadith where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is reported to have emphasized a lot in regard to conserving resources, even if it be when you're using it for a daily ritual, such as for example Voodoo.
Once the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was passing by a companion, for no mistake and sad, there'll be a long line and he was performing ablution by a river, a flowing river a stream he was performing ablution hospital isolation and was very observant. When you go through the Hadith, you easily come to that conclusion. He was very, very observed sharp eyed Hawkeyes. He observes the companion and then he looks at him and he says yes, I yes, I.
What is this squandering? In other words? Why why this very stage? Why this wastage of water? Why this squandering? Inside there'll be a long line who he was perplexed. He asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam yes Rama? Can there be an idea? Or can there be a concept of squandering? When it comes to ablution? When it comes to Voodoo, can there be an idea of squandering? Can there be a concept of Islam and washing well, so how am I squandering the water? That sort of like you said a long while ago when he was 10 and then went on to educate him? Yes. And yes,
it is pondering, it is going to be considered a wastage. Even if you are buy a flowing river.
You buy this massive, huge River. And you might think what's gonna happen if a few droplets of water go in vain, there's so much of water out there. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam teaches us to conserve natural resources. Then think about water today. Think about the countries where people are dying without water, or they have to walk minds on end to get fresh water. Those of you who are up to date you would know that there are now companies, charitable organizations, working on different mechanisms to purify water to purify water. There was even a convention hand held here in Sri Lanka, where it was demonstrated where you run dirty water from the sewage through a particular mechanism
and outcomes freshwater, the person who demonstrated the mechanism even had a glass of water to prove how clean the mechanism makes the water. The whole point here being how valuable resource water is. At times we let the water run we think oh, I've got two tanks. Two overhead tanks have nothing to worry about. Even if there's a water cut for one week. My house my family I can shower 345 times a day is Anima. See, sometimes we think to proudly state that you know what I can't do without showering for two
Five times a day is a, you know, good thing to say. No, if you can manage. If you can manage with just one wash a day, I'm not saying be dirty. There's supposed to be a balance. Don't go overboard. You're not supposed to be dirty. You're not supposed to have a bad odor. But nor are you supposed to go on the other end where you end up squandering water taking shower after shower.
Every single football you whatever, you'd have heard the hatebreed in a La Jolla, Monroeville ideally when,
in fact, he will move
Alaska subhanho wa Taala, stating, Indeed Allah will be the ideal commands you enjoins upon you Aladdin, Justice for a son and son, justice, there are many definitions. And one of the most prominent of definitions is that you fulfill the rights of things that fulfill you fulfill the rights of people, and that you put a thing in its place where it belongs.
If you were to do injustice in that regard, then you are doing injustice. You know, he said a long while ago, he was sending was very particular and careful about his belongings, he didn't have a lot of things. I'm coming to that if time permits inshallah he was a minimalist.
He was a minimalist, he didn't have a lot of things. He had a clutter free life, a stress free life, but in regard to what he had, he valued them. He even named his things to the hand a lot. Today, our materialistic possessions, we don't care about it. Because we are pretty confident that you know what, if it breaks, I'm just gonna dump it and go for another thing. Because I have money, who cares? He said a lot of money when he was he was very careful with his clothing, with his with his possessions. Like I said, he even named his things.
Why? Because he felt that, okay, this belongs to me, I need to be careful with it, I need to optimize my usage of it, and use it to the very best they give you have a mobile phone, use it, use it.
Some of us we have the habit of you know, keeping on changing.
Use it as much as possible until and I'm guilty of it myself. See, firstly, understand that. I have a habit, my dogs, my posts on Facebook, on Twitter, they're not for anybody. People might think that it relates to them, but by a law will lie to myself first. I'm advising myself. people relate to it and they think Okay, sure. You know what you read my mind. And you posted this, you know, at the time and I've wanted it to you. It's as if you knew about the predicament about the problem that I'm in people say that
some people will come up at the dock and say, You know what, your talk was not good. Some people will say no, your talk was good.
But I am not doing it. For it to be rated as good or bad. I'm doing it for myself. I'm advising myself. So he said a long line he when he was 10, he was very careful with his possessions. And I'll come to that in a while inshallah. We need to also be careful with our possessions.
And then he said a long while you've already visited him. He's also reputed to have said,
again, in terms of conserving natural resources, beware, beware of three acts that caused you to be cursed Subhana Allah, be wary, be careful. Beware of three acts that cause you to be cursed. Number one, relieving yourselves in a shaded place or in places that people utilize for shade. Number one, number two, in a walkway, where people walk a lot of frequent place that people frequent in terms of walking like a street, a crowded place, don't relieve yourself there. Or in a watering place where people come to water themselves or water. They're animals. And I say water themselves. They come to procure water to drink, to cleanse themselves, don't go and relieve yourself there. You're causing
harm to others in the La Jolla Justice Center. A lot of messaging I mean, he said a long while it was send them was sent as a mercy unto mankind. The final Hydra would like to share with you all before moving on to the tips because I'm running out of time. He said a long while he where he was from is also reputed to have said that removing harmful things from the road is an act of charity that we have come across many a time but I want you all to internalize this particular Hadith at this particular situation, taking into consideration the meat of the molar tragedy.
The whole point of a Juma sermon is to talk about relevant matters pertinent matters. And with that tragedy, which is the elephant in the room staring at us in our faces, I can't be talking about other things. I have to address it.
He's from support reps at removing harmful things from the street is an act of charities panela What are we doing? I'm guilty of it myself.
We have something to eat. And we chuck it out of the window.
We don't care. My house is not being littered, my garden is not being littered my driveway is not being lifted. So who cares, I'm in someone else's driveway, I'm in someone else's neighborhood. I want my car to be you know, something, put it in your car. Sometimes if you were to get into my vehicle, you would find receipts, whatever in my car, it's okay. Because when you are going to cleanse or clean your car, you can dispose of their property instead of littering the streets.
The idea is if you remove something harmful from the streets, then it's an act of charity.
Which obviously the contrary or the opposite, if you're going to litter the streets intentionally. Some people do it unintentional. If it falls off your pocket, you're not going to be held accountable. But intentionally, you want to discard the receipt, you throw it out, you want to discard old tissue, you throw it out, you want to discard a polythene bag, you throw it out, you want to discard a drink, you throw it out a plastic bottle, you throw it out, go see the footage, or the pictures of the garbage that has been collected. And you all know, most of you might have been out of Colombo. But those of you who were in Colombo the last of the whole of last week.
The people who collect garbage, the CMC did not come to collect the garbage. And we saw garbage being shipped out everywhere in Colombo. Just imagine if you don't have a system in place. How unhealthy it's going to be, how unclean Our lives are going to be. There's no point in saying that, Oh, I'm clean, I'm clean, I'm clean, whilst your surrounding is not clean. This is what the prophets Allah Islam is highlighting in all these a Heidi, we need to be proactive. We can't be like, you know what, I'm clean. I don't have to bother about the others. No Edina, say hi. Like I started off, Dean is caring about others caring about yourself, caring about your family, caring about your
community, caring about your society, caring about your country. And by extension, you care you care globally as well. And that's the standard we're looking at setting.
Now I'm quickly going to go into a few tips that I have in place for you all.
And these tips are in the form of to say three or four hours, you know, the letter are, number one, reduce. Number one, reduce.
If you don't take anything from me today, at least take this. simplify, simplify, simplify. Simplify your life as much as possible. only keep things that you use slash enjoy on a regular basis.
What did I say? He said allamani. Radio Salim was a minimalist. He was a minimalist, he had very little things that he needed. And he kept it. So you know about the description of the house of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, you know, when he salon Islam passed away what he had, he was a very, very simple person. Today, we have so much of clutter around us, we do myself included, you know, there is this famous proverb,
a Swedish proverb, he who buys what he does not need, steals from himself, he who buys but he does not need steals from himself because you're wasting money.
That thing or that object that you bought is obviously going to take up space in your life, it could be at your office, it could be at your workplace, it could be at home, you're not going to use it, it's just going to gather dust, it's going to clutter your life. So he buys what he does not need. But he does not need steals from himself. In the process of decluttering, even if you feel inclined towards doing it, these questions should help you do so. Go home, go to your workplace, go to your belongings. Look at the stuff that you have and ask yourself these questions.
How do I use this in the last year? Have I used this in the last year? Think about it first. And then ask yourself if I were to shop right now, if I were to shop right now, would I buy this object? Do I really need this object? Number three, do I have a similar item with me that serves a similar purpose? Because then you're duplicating?
Do I have another question to ask yourself? Do I have a realistic plan to use this particular thing? This particular possession?
Another question that you could ask yourself does it fit me or my living space? Because some of us we have the habit of holding some people when they look at a chair, you know, I don't want to let this chair go. It's a broken old rusty chair. But you don't want to let it go. And you're in the mood to organize your life. But you finding it so difficult because of all the clutter around you. You know eliminate things instead of trying to organize them and eliminate them. When I say eliminate you don't necessarily have to
Throw them. Maybe you can give it away to someone else who might use it. If you have no need towards it.
minimalism Is The New Black. Those of you who would understand the statement would understand it. That is what is trending today. minimalism. But you know, 1400 odd years ago, he said a long while ago when he was seven was a minimalist. His wardrobe was a minimalist wardrobe, his house was full of minimalism, his life was the life of a minimalist. Nowadays, the concept go back home whenever you have time read about it. capsule wardrobe, capsule wardrobe, Google it. It's a term that was coined in the 1970s by a London boutique called the wardrobe. capsule wardrobe is the concept of minimalizing. Or minimizing your clothing items to just have a few essential items that fit any
season. And that can be augmented to fit any different style. At times, we have so many pieces of clothing, that we go staring in front of our wardrobes, we don't know what to wear, we've got mismatched clothing, mismatched socks, we don't know how to wash them, and they keep piling themselves honestly go back to your houses and look at the mess. At times it might be organized. I'm not saying that we are all messy people, but there will be so much of clutter. Once you get away. Once you get rid of all that clutter, you start to live a very stress free life, you're able to think clearly.
And maybe brothers in Islam, it's not only about materialistic possessions. When I say clutter, I also mean ideas, toxic relationships, bad habits, these things clutter your life as well. So declutter as much as possible. Apart from that in terms of clutter, you have notifications as well. And I'm just talking about this in a very broad way. Notifications these days, we have so many applications, and you are literally, you know, notified for every single thing you hear a pin for this thing for that a WhatsApp notification you are in a number of groups. Go and declutter your WhatsApp. If you feel like ask these questions you really need to be in this group. Do you really
need to be exposed to this the information that they're sharing on this particular group? Or is it a nuisance? If so, come out of it. excuse yourself and come out of it. You're living a stress free life. Or if you feel like you can't come out immediately mute the notifications, you get notifications for WhatsApp, you get notifications for Facebook, you get notifications to Snapchat, you get notifications for Instagram, you get notifications from work from Slack, telegram Viber.
ting ting, ting, ting full of clutter, declutter your life and you live a stress free life. So only choose what matters to you remove all the other applets you don't really need them. You get an app, you get a notification each time a new track is posted on SoundCloud. If you really need to know that information, then okay up to be notified. Otherwise declutter, try your level best to declutter your email inbox.
You know, come out of all the subscriptions that you don't need,
you start to live a stress free life.
And it will help you towards what contributing towards society. Let me give you one small example some of us, we have the habit to write which is a good thing, which is a good thing.
But then again, you know, that you try and make your life tree free as possible. Tree free, you know that for paper, they have to harvest it from trees, so up for recyclable paper. And on the other hand, like say, for example, you want to write down a to do list or you're going to the market, some of us have the habit that we need. We're so we're very organized. So we need a grocery list. So we've got these sticky notes, we've got this paper pad that we write down all the items, you know, milk, eggs, bread, vegetables, you know, tomatoes, potatoes, whatever you write it down. But what happens to that piece of paper in due time, it's just going to be chucked somewhere. So you know
what it's like a waste of paper. And now that you all have digital devices, we all have mobile phones. We all have mobile phones, I'm sure if this was not a hotel, but if I were to ask you for a show of hands as to whether
who in the crowd does not have a mobile phone. Even the uncles very old uncles would not raise their hands because we all have mobile phones.
Either we are running iOS or Android to prominent operating systems, go to the App Store. Go to the place, though, that are enough and more apps to organize your life to have to do lists in place to have journals in place to have what do you call it grocery lists in place a few examples.
Wunderlist are very good at to do list. A very good app, but he's already
paid apps, if you want something free up for Google Keep up for Remember, the milk is all free applications. And you can have it all listed there, you can have your spouse send it to you, and you can save it there, you're not wasting paper. It's a small thing. It's a small tip from me. But then if you all were to apply it, think about how much of paper we would concern how many trees we would save, is a small thing.
Instead of plastic bottles of for glass bottles, when you go to stores, tell them if possible, take your own bag and go like a cloth bag. Certain supermarkets have the option instead of you know, continuously using plastic bags. If each and every one of us this is an awareness that we have to create. And this tragedy meter Amala was a wake up call a wake up call. Think about it. If you're going to be covered in debris, your children to be covered in debris, your house to be destroyed by the garbage that you are throwing on a daily basis by the water bottles that you are throwing on a daily basis by the Pampers that you dispose on a daily basis.
You know, there are guidelines even in terms of pamphlets, we what do we do, we're supposed to educate our
families, the folks at home, that when discarding those Pampers, that's how they do it abroad, you're supposed to first take out the poop or you know the waist basically, and flush it down the toilet and then throw the Panther. But what we do is we wrap up everything in one nice package and we put it out because we don't care, my house is clean, but then that's going to be dumped elsewhere.
If you can
reduce reduce as much as possible. It's gonna be a long process that you can't do it overnight. And this process is cheap. You don't know that just because I said capsule wardrobe. Don't go shopping now. You only have to eliminate you don't have to shop for anything. Just eliminate, reduce what you have.
You have 10 watches, for example.
And if you feel like you're not using them, sell them, give them away. If you're maybe an Apple Watch person like I am, that's a pretty versatile device can use it for all your purposes, and it serves the purpose.
If you're not wearing certain clothing items, give it away. See, this generation is an interesting generation. Because we have so many options out there. You would notice that today's youngsters maybe not in Sri Lanka, the trend is yet to catch up in Sri Lanka, but go abroad those of you who travel check it out abroad. Due to applications like Uber, many youngsters are now opting not to have vehicles because it's a stress free life. Whenever you want to get from point A to point B, you've got the applet with you, you've got and you know in other countries, you get pretty posh vehicles coming to pick you up like in European countries, you have nothing to worry about. You
don't have to worry about parking space. Like in countries like Japan and other places. Parking is a big problem.
Here too, it's becoming a problem and you have to constantly worry about your vehicle parked out there somebody is gonna scratch it, somebody's gonna rob something from it. So they opt in even though they have the money and trust me in European countries for 2 million 3 million Sri Lankan rupees you can have a brand new 2017 lovely vehicle, but they are opting to Uber, it becomes less stress. They're opting to have smaller spaces easy to maintain, you don't need a mate, you can do it yourself. Smaller, compact spaces, easy to clean, easy to keep it very minimal.
This is the trend and that's why I said the minute that minimalism Is The New Black. It is what is trending today. But this is already in Islam. This is from the sun now the prophets of Allah while evangelism, try it out. I'm just encouraging you all I'm in the process as well. And it's something good at the end of the day.
It's something good Mashallah
are number two, just gonna take another few minutes in Sharla reuse first was reduced number two, reuse, try to reuse and I already touched on it. If you have a bag that you can reuse, reuse, if you have a glass bottle that you can reuse, reuse, you can carry your mock wherever you can carry you among carry and stop using things that have to be disposed opt for reusables over disposables. That way you're contributing towards a greener standard. And finally,
recycled slash rot. That's the Lost Art. You know, in certain supermarkets like I think in Africa and other places, you can get compost bins. If you're living in a house where there's a garden and whatnot. You can compost, you can rock your own garbage. You can put it in that put it with some soil and after some time it becomes fertilized, it becomes soil. It's an option that we can look at doing to reduce your waste. To reduce your waste, it's an option you can consider it. So try out these tips. Read about it, you know educate yourself towards
an almost zero waste lifestyle.
That way you're contributing
in a big way, you know of the pictures you know the amount of plastic bottles that are dumped, you know the animals that suffer. You know the animals that are in sea that suffer due to the plastic that we dump. You know, we may be a third world country, but we can live up to great standards because we are Muslim own. We are following the standards of Muhammad salallahu alayhi wasallam. Our masajid need to become green massage in our homes need to become green homes, we as individuals need to become green individuals contributing towards and most importantly think about the generations after us. Think about your children. Think about the legacy that you're leaving behind the planet
that you're going to leave behind for your children do something the professor Allison spoke about one tree planting one tree if you have not done that, plant a tree, do something towards making this planet greener for our children inshallah tada
May Allah subhanho wa Taala forgive all of our sins, may he accept our good deeds. May he help us to contribute towards a greener country may help us to bring in the teachings of the province that lie Listen to me in a very wholesome way into our lives. May He cleanse our hearts of all toxic feelings may fill our hearts with positive and clean emotions and feelings towards one another may keep us united upon love, care and mercy. And just as how the United States this message may unite us in the gardens of general our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. I mean we're further away and hungry.