The Day Of Judgement Yawm Al Akhira

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I called it whatever you want to do without being

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forced to go for a walk, right? So why do I need to go somewhere?

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So first thing, I'm asking everyone to come as close together as possible.

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Please only use the wall if you need to

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close together or

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choose,

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I find that Muslims are climbing the surface of

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the wall.

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Like the last time, he says, and I want to start off with the side effects versus tomorrow, we're going to be talking in depth about the IPR in the conference, last panel tells us about the definition of the light in this world, I want to, before you even start thinking to yourself, you're going to hear the same stuff CEOs is a great many, many times.

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You know, so just take a moment and try to grasp it. Because the beauty of the world

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is that whenever you recite the same idea over and over and over again, you extract new lessons from as long as you are attentive. When you're paying attention, your heart is in the right place, you start to notice things that you didn't notice at the time before you read the item over and over and over again. And it serves more and more better than your life. So oftentimes ourselves

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area more random and chaotic To me it

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was enough to

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once I got

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in.

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So many I need to first of all,

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wants to

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know that the life of this world is nothing more than play amusements, seeing them which could truly superficial reality, just show

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the value of competition amongst you check out the value of gathering money and children.

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I'm sure that you've heard

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it before.

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But there are two things come up every single time. And I'm being very honest with you. I've heard it I've seen it this idea from no less than probably 50 different people and 50 different people across the aisle with 50 different perspectives because of how profound This is. The last times I says Your life is nothing more than that. And before we can truly understand or we can truly appreciate the concept of the author, we have to come to terms with the lightning This world is so lost contract tells us it's nothing to play, amusements, superficiality,

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competition amongst yourselves to

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hide the money. And then you start trying to live your accomplishments. I think about what part of your life is not covered and decide.

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When you're a child, when you come into this world, all you want to do is play everything in front of them as a toy,

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their mobile for the TV as a toy, your your dad is watching the toy, everything is a toy, everything either goes in the mouth or on the floor. Right? Everything is nothing more than a toy. And then you go a little bit older than us the barn is just gonna sit there and watch TV all the time. or whatever it is.

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You just you just want to sit there and you're just glued to entertainment during the zombie generation. That's what we're called by with a zombie temporary. You just sit in front of the TV and you're glued to it. But you're interested in entertainment and amusement things of that sort was enough a superficial reality. It's decoration. Everyone is trying to impress dressing to impress the whole model of dress, dress, right? You define your value or your value yourself according to the way others look at it. It's enough, what's

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going very quickly to these things, but I just want you to think about this

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competition with 18 year old comes home and slams the door shut on his mom and says I'm a grown man respect me like a grown man. So

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let me realize it's all about making money, money, money, money, and more money. You make money for the sake of making more money. And then you try to live those same accomplishments. You try to live. You try to live another life through your child. So the same things that you were trying to achieve. You're trying to achieve them for your children and allies and

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it's like

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beneficial rain that came in planted beneficial tree planting the tree something sprouted.

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And this is the part of the island.

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Literally the translation of documents that the plant starts to dry up, and what happens to

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what happens to a plant when it dries up?

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Before it dies, what happens to

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it shriveled and it turns yellow.

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It doesn't get green. But it turns yellow. It keeps on turning yellow until eventually Tribbles up and it dies.

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Now there's, there's one more Messiah.

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Pamela, actually, I remember.

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You're not actually printed off the warranties on the side, from a medical perspective, that whenever you come into this world, as a baby, the water contents of your body is about 75%. The more that you age, the less the water concept becomes passed away. It's only about 50% of your body power loss, there's actually a medical scientific variable that comes into sight, as Dr. Hyman mentioned once, in essence is going to be shrivel up, you get older, you naturally become more dehydrated, and then he passed away. And that's the end that was

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right, that it all disappears. at a loss of parents access. This is a this is a punishment. We'll figure that out.

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And then

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there is a severe punishment if you thought that was bad. The truth is when it comes to

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the real money that is going to come into here. That's where the severe punishment is going to be. And further believers will

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want the forgiveness of a lot and displeasure with forgiveness and a lot that has pledged

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to the end here and this was one

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what were the believers trying to accomplish this whole time while everybody else was getting caught? misfire? What else was getting caught this hot pursuit? What were they trying to accomplish?

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You guys,

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I can try.

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What What is it you're trying to accomplish? What's your purpose in life?

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Pleasure,

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right. He's engaged in the pursuit of the pleasure of a boss.

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Now while the lever is pursuing the pleasure muscle out of the CPU, like he's getting anywhere. Does he have this? He feel like he's arrived? Right? I came to the message one time I shall live today. Man. I'm such a good Muslim. I'm a believer last night. I agree.

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Pretty cool. I need to really honestly at this fundraiser. And I feel sorry for this one was really answered. And I raised my hand and I

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like all that kind of stuff. Like

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that's, that's, that's deluding yourself. That's

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the people that waste their lives that lose their actions. But the true believer Does he ever feel like he's arrived here doesn't feel like he's falling short.

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He always feels like he's falling short.

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The people looking after they feel like they've arrived when they feel like they're falling short. They think they've arrived, whatever they're caught into the studio. They think they've arrived. Right? Like a kid gets the Xbox 360 and has no responsibilities in life yet. thinks this is and this is Jeff.

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This is it. This is what life is all about. They think they've arrived. And so one punishment for that. One punishment for them is that they figure out as life goes on, that they haven't arrived.

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The reward for the believer is that he thinks he hasn't arrived. So what does that cost him to do to strive harder? So what is he concerned with? From a loss title, title, first and foremost?

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A lot for gifts, right? A lot forgives him for a shortcoming for shortcoming. So for the last

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month, it was an act of the

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law. The first thing above and beyond a complete and comprehensive forgiveness. So for the one who wasn't caught up in that whole thing. I lost loss has already been in the know you could forgive me. So the past and in life have not actually arrived you actually did arrive but how to recover that you're

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I would have been in trouble, you would have stopped. So you actually you were pursuing pleasure the last time you actually were living your life the way we're supposed to be lived and

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you've been forgiven already.

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Now for the disbeliever, he thought he arrived in Kenya.

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And then realize, as I went on, as life went on, he wasn't getting anywhere.

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So whenever he needs a Last

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Judgement, let's see, does he get rewarded was a struggle get rewarded?

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He was struggling.

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We created mankind and Kevin, in toil, right, there's always the point of the beards pointing towards something, you're working towards something, you're consuming yourself in something. And on the Day of Judgment, they get absolutely nothing. They get absolutely nothing. And they get a greater punishment, and that is the anger of loss

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and the anger of loss and damage to the city. So two punishments like for the believer who doesn't think that he arrived, a lot tells that you've arrived. But you can know that

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you can do that. But you have lost, you know, what you also achieved with one, you also please, and the one will please the last time it's out, and

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it's even a greater reward than this earth as the remnant alongside the agenda of this world, the paradise in this world

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is to have the paradise of certainty. You know, you're working for something real. You think you're falling short, but you know, you're working for something real. And the journey of this life and

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the Hellfire, this light is checking.

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The Jackie the Hellfire are being diluted, thinking that you're getting somewhere, you're not getting anywhere. The hell of a purposeless life, there's actually a book called a hell of a purposeless life, having no purpose in life.

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hour, and it gets hopefully worse. For the believer, it gets better. So like guarantees a believer in this. Two things love you for what you did in this life. But one which is going to benefit you in the year after the Lord. Murphy also lets you taste the gender of this earth with lots of but to taste the agenda of the hereafter. But for the disbeliever for the one who was toiling was working for absolutely nothing, it just keeps getting worse and worse and worse and worse.

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just keeps getting worse. Now here's what I want to talk about here. And this is this is

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the profound reflection of this idea

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that you find is that last palletizers before it becomes the law, which is done before everything disappears, of lossless columns. You will see it as yellow. Right, you will see it as yellow. And you know what the last kind of you know how it was created us when you want something it looks awesome. When I first came out, the iPhones coming out

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when cell phones first came out,

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they call the pitfalls and to see the whole jacket

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something in the hospital.

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When I first came out

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we could call people

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that you know what the cell phone was too big, a little bit smaller than the cell phone needed to have different colors than the cell phone needed to have an LED display. Then it needed to be touchscreen. But you know what? You need to have a few extra lights then you need to have more

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than you know an iPhone one isn't good enough. I bought an iPhone two before you got the iPhone one that was like got an iPhone.

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Then you know what?

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You know why? Because you get that What do you say? I can't wait till the iPhone three comes on. Then you get an iPhone four. What do you say I can't wait till iPhone five, five comes out then Steve Jobs died and the

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iPhone died.

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But the point is, is that before you get something in dunya you think is the greatest thing in the world. As soon as you own it, you know what happens?

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It turns yellow.

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It turns yellow.

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You realize it wasn't all that was made out to be. So one punishment from a lot before.

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It turns yellow. You got a certain type of car. I don't care what it is. I need another type of car. That's going to be the exact same car itself.

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reps are going to spend a little bit more, or the lights are a little bit different. But everything keeps turning yellow, and you keep on falling in this pursuit of abundance, the pursuit of more, and what is the most enticing.

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You have become destroyed by your pursuits abundance, more and more and more and more and more and addicted to this life. More and more and more and more

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than one shot in the grave, it's all over, it's all gone. But you're destroying yourselves. By the pursuit of Warren's true wealth that was true and other things that's kind of like the apple thing. I remember there was a review that was written, you guys remember when I came up with an iPad two came out.

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And it was basically the exact same thing, not much different. But everyone felt like they had stopped the iPad to know. But the reason being is that people have been deluded into thinking abundance brings about happiness, abundance brings happiness, and people have mistaken happiness or achievement. There's a huge difference between huge difference between the two happiness and achievement. So, they think by getting more I would actually be happy.

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If the son or daughter was given one value goal, is he going to sit back and say my entire life and early retirement

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is he going to do not be satisfied? Now what are the problems licensee is going to do?

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He is going to go look for another valuable he's going to try to use that on the road to go get another valuable tickets to he's gonna want three he gets three he's gonna look for the problems. Nothing's gonna stop this pursuit except for dirt. This

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article after article after article, this is not just Muslims talking about this pursuit of abundance has killed people, how people, you know, these days, by burying themselves in depth, right, bury yourself to death because of the pursuit of abundance. So I love this type of car, I'm willing to do everything I can to buy this right.

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I want this huge house. I want this big house, I'm willing to some might be willing to sell my religion. The fact that

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you can buy a house on a mortgage.

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It's okay.

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Go ahead, buy your house.

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And then you get that house mortgage, and you're not able to enjoy that house. Why?

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Because you're too busy driving the car. That's foreign payments to work every day trying to make enough money to pay off the house. And the house turned yellow within the first week. It was beautiful the first few days that turned yellow, and you're buried in debt. That's why people get depressed and have a lot to lose. Already, you become destroyed by abundance, the craving and addiction for more than more and more and more. And it's not just true with money. It's true with status. It's true with fame, too. You want to impress a certain people. Why are celebrities still depressed? Right? Why did Britney Spears abraham hicks are beating up on people's cars?

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Why they weren't their entire life's work. Then when they get there, it turns yellow.

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In alternative

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that's how I remember there was a an interview once with one of the remember the different strokes. That's

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different strokes. Gary Walton really short guy has a brother, we have the white to black.

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And it was like breaking racial stereotypes and things of that sort of considered stripes towards the ends of racism, and things of that sort. All of a sudden, there was no more racism because there was a show where they

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are still they wanted to seem that way. They had the older brother of Gary Coleman, and that kid

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after that show, went through all kinds of changes is like cocaine, all the hard drugs like the one hard drug and you go from one drug to another hard drugs and other hard drugs and other hard drugs. brand yourself broke or broke himself completely was found naked on the side of the moment. They almost dead behind the gas station. And I remember they interviewed him after he cleaned up. Two months later.

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They interviewed him

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and he said What did you want? What did you want? You had it all? why did why do you think he felt that? You were a childhood star? You had it all?

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The way following?

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You think about that for a moment.

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They need to go get a bicycle without operatic in your face.

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Some of you are more famous than

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please introduce yourself

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a lot we can we can go get ice cream, harassing us, right we can go the ice without proper on CVX Live our lives locally, which you don't appreciate that. A lot gave you an era right now sitting with the

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second half of the city this weekend. He said something rude I was asking was like we were talking about, you know, shoe hobby, the shoe hobbyist frequent flyer miles. It's like, yeah, we travel this much. Were you a platinum executive platinum, I was the executive Platinum all the time. What are you talking about? I got to fly business class today and stuff like that. So I was asking, I was like, Did you get to fly business class?

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Business Class?

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was great, right?

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So I was like, how did that feel I was multiplied by business class on average.

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He's like, you know, that was good.

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And I thought this was really cool. But then he said, then I realized that people pay $1,000, to sleep on a bed for 16 hours.

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Think about that.

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But when you get home, first box,

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you've got a room, you've got your own kitchen, you've got privacy, but it's what's been implanted in our heads the pursuit of more capital. After you get there, it all turns yellow. A loss of character is trying to save us from addiction, you read one

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example

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of loved ones to make things easier for you. Because then has been created weak, you are no different than the two year old is trying to kill themselves by the Pokemons.

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They need that by putting a toy in about

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you, as a parent, you have responsibility to tell them, you're just going to kill yourself. It doesn't taste any better than ice cream. It's just a toy. And you're going to choke, you have responsibility, because your child doesn't know anybody.

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And so when's the last time around for certain things? A lot knows that we don't know any better. We don't know any better.

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So adults in this pursuit of more and more and more entitlements.

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And we think that by getting more, we'll actually become more grateful. You know, a lot of times people people are, you'll say to celebrate and think to yourself, why am I not making this a loss?

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And then say, feeling sorry for yourself self pity, you'll start feeling sorry for yourself by telling yourself well, you know, I didn't grow up in a rich family like everybody else. I don't have the status of that person. I'm not this I'm not that that person looks better than me. That person has more friends than me numbers. more money than me that person's in a better school than me that person versus Chicago. Thank you start feeling sorry for yourself.

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So we take naturally, by increase, we get happier. The morning. I'll be happy later on. We just get me through med school.

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We just left Miami when the finals using the western.

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Oh, somehow, right. I'll be happy. I'll be happy. I'll be happy to just give you this. I'll be back. I'm sorry. There was a joke.

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I'll be happy to give you this. I'll be happy if you allow me to do this.

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But what happens? You become the hamster in the wheel. You're running, you're running, you're running, you're not getting anywhere. And then once you get that thing, it turns gamble. You've got those two letters in front of your name. We're not as cool as you thought they would be. They got old. It was pretty cool when people called you doctor in the beginning, but I'm not saying you should become doctors. I'm saying that people who think that that the only way I can possibly be happy is if I have those two initials in front of mine. If I have a six figure salary, if I have this if I have a doctor, they think you'll get happy but what is a lost title?

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What is

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that

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a lot.

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A lot more than when you're born proclaims already been done. This is how you're greeted that if you are grateful that you will have increased in your life. If we treat it the opposite. We think with increased we'll get happier sometimes people start to think last time but that's not true. But in Chicago, if you're grateful for last

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and

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not less either

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I'm wide open. I mean, a lot of us did not say just 1 million children, these types of things know that you will be increased in every way. Gratitude brings about increased increase does not necessarily bring about gratitude, because increase is torture. It's not accompanied with gratitude. It is absolute torture, it will kill you. Because you will realize that you've wasted your time. Every time you get to the next phase, in this circle of life, you will realize that you wasted your time and life has not gotten any greener. In fact, we turn the

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water. Yeah.

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Both how I messed up, regrets remorse.

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The whole reason being, we mistake happiness for achievement.

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There was actually a book that was written I know the

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name of the book was happiness versus achievement. As well as you read about these things, and you always find them already talked about. That's the amazing thing

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that already talked about these things. And now you have these huge book, self help books that people are paying, you know, $10 on Amazon, $15, all these self help courses, the poverty adjuster, and he said the difference between happiness and achievement. So he actually gave this example about a very famous chef.

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Doctors.

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Do you know what the highest classes

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are? What the highest rank

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was the highest ranking immunity? How many stars? Anybody know?

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That five stars, three stars, or three star chef was like Gordon Ramsay, like, all like, there's like there's a few black belts of becoming chef shots, to become a three star chef. And

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to become a three star chef is like crazy. You have to work for years and years and years and years and years. So I love this. this chap works for 18 years to become a three star chef. And he became extremely famous up in France. Two months after he received three stars, he killed himself.

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He committed suicide. Why do you think that is, he made the mistake of happiness versus achievement. He thought that increased the rate of happiness, he thought that there

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was

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just a turntable for lossless Thomas Allah, you will see it as yellow. You get it and you will see it as yellow. You will see it as this is.

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This is what I liked, because I was missing out on life so I can get this so I can get here. Right.

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He also mentioned for example, women that they're plastic surgeries. He specifically said many, many plastic surgeries, right? It's pretty disgusting. They go through all these plastic surgeries. Right? They correct one thing about their bodies that are satisfied they need to correct another thing. The no stop didn't know right the first time you're gonna keep on going out for five, six times until they get it right.

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Because they see that

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it's not what it was made out to be.

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These are many examples.

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I just want you guys to think about. But truly, the main mistake of making a loss is letting check out.

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I always give this example. A few of these things. But just I always give this example. So let's bring it to your own life. How many of you have kids in here? Mostly? Or you

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have kids that go to school?

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All right. Let me tell you what, let me put you in a scenario. And you guys remember this when you have kids? You don't have kids? Okay? Let me give you a scenario. You're picking up your child from school.

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And your child jumps in the car and slams the door

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and scratch. Right But this book straight out, slammed the door. Sometimes we scratch the car.

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Do you know how that you want to strengthen your kid in that moment? Especially if it's a nice car? Right? It's a nice nice car. Right?

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There used to be one character you will yell at you will be alien and you're gonna strangle them. Now let me ask you a question.

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If you have a car accident on the way home, your car flips over at times and catches on fire and you managed to crawl out and you look back at your car and you realize that

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you care anymore about the scratches on the apartment.

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Do you even care about the car itself?

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All you're saying is I want my

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I want my son.

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I already have the first month, I already have the life to see me back myself.

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grateful. So last time

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you had two more grateful, happy things in our lives. We say I had it, but I wasn't grateful. And then I realized afterwards everything I was waiting for turn yellow, the car went absolutely nothing at the end of the day. The reason why I always reflect on

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that actually happens. That's actually a brother that actually happened to

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Pamela there was a knock.

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in Joplin, Missouri, y'all remember the tornadoes that struck Joplin, Missouri just a little over a year ago. And there was one house

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that was known in interviewing each and every single person that lost their homes and things of that sort, obviously, they want to evoke emotion and things of that sort. So how do you feel about this? You just lost your house last night. I expect we expect because they are

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all sometimes speechless. Sometimes they cry in most of the camera zooms in on their eyes when they start crying, zooms in to show you the helplessness of the medium, medium. When you know the tricks of VA you kind of get disgusted. Right? So that's me to vote without the type of emotion

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we have in this situation. There's a woman that's holding her baby.

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And the camera comes on.

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And she's standing in front of her destroying house and she's smiling. Fascinating. Watching. This is interesting.

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She says he says to her again, how do you feel? Is there anything you'd like to say the world she says, I have never been

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Muslim?

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Why is that? She says whenever informado struck, my daughter escaped me. She flew for me. And I grabbed her arms. And as I was tearing up the house,

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I said, Oh, God, just let me keep my daughter, I don't want anything else.

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And she said, I never appreciated the blessing of my daughter until today.

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You have things in your life

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that people would die for, that people would die for. Right?

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There's a

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lot, you don't think you have money, sell your leg, cut off your leg and sell it to me for $5 million? I'll do to be able to

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sell your arms. Sell me and sell your body parts. How about this, I'll poke your eyes. And I'll give you $10 million.

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The push of a button blindness kills you because you already have gold. But you weren't realizing. Because I have

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more and more like more than more than it kills us. It drives us to insanity. And it's even worse when we meet a loss.

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What

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do you see it as yellow unless you need a loss. Absolutely nothing for your hearing.

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Now, back to another. Another book on happiness. The Pursuit of Happiness

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is endless. Joseph Addison, for jobs. Addison's The last thing. He said that there are three things that make you happy.

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Three things, three ingredients.

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Okay, now you remember these three things, okay? Something to do.

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Something to love, and something to look forward to.

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Instead of if you have those three ingredients, you're stuck, you're stuck. If you're missing any one of them, then the other two is not worthless. So for example, some people work their entire lives for retirement and when they retire, they enjoy sitting at home all day. They've got something to love. They might have something to look forward to. They might have businesses that are making the money you know they retire but they don't have anything to do. So they try to give themselves work. Right think about you try to give yourself working environments try to do it a different way. You're trying to get it you're trying to make yourself busy, because not being busy. drives you

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insane so I need something to do something to let

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you know you've got nothing to love.

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We see that their corporate you know CEOs coming headline executives or officers, suicide things.

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They have the money, they have the work, they have something to look forward to. But in the process of the company shrewd businessman, they lost all their family members, the people that love them, love them for the money. They will

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They've lost it all. They just caught up and working and going to work every day. I'm making a six figure salary, but I'm not happy. Why is it lost, you've become the voice of love, you have nothing to love and you have no one to login.

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Everything has become superficial, something to look forward to.

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Whenever you reach your peak, and this is why celebrities kill themselves do hard drug after party, after party, after artwork, once you reach your peak, your maximum output, whatever scope you have, and you've got nowhere else to look forward to. We got nothing else to look forward to.

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yourself.

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I know the beauty of this all is lost.

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And this is a very famous quotation, by the way from from Joseph has something to do something to look forward to the last one was Saudi Arabia

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have

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a lot of dress.

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Well, like that's the first thing I thought I had this book. I was like,

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already mentioned this 1400 years ago, but no one gives a lot.

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A lot of fear about your solution to happiness, your keys. But you needed a guide that will

00:36:20--> 00:36:21

tell you this is how

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you have to buy from amazon.com because divine revelation was not enough. It wasn't

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too trivial. It was already there was 70, rush, rush,

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rush, race he productive enough

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to the forgiveness of your Lord something to love.

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What do you have to look forward to jumping out of

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a paradise has forecasted everything that happens.

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And it's been promised for those for those who are conscious of those who are awaiting fear of loss

00:37:09--> 00:37:14

in this pursuit of a theme, and you know what it is? When you start working?

00:37:16--> 00:37:23

When you start going to the lesson or when you start giving yourself the goal of memorizing when you start quizzing yourself

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and seeking knowledge and nothing other than seeking knowledge and actively seeking knowledge and knowledge. Does anything turn yellow?

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Then come to return yellow free.

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When you spot knowledge, did you ever get bored? No.

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I'm telling you, you start seeking knowledge. And you will think you are the greatest fool in the world. You will not dare call yourself anything you like I don't know nothing. I just want to keep listening. Right? I've heard this guy's gonna talk about Bahama, the weather water is pure enough. for two hours, this is sweet. It's getting greener, everything gets greener you work last time you strive, it gets greener, you start tasting the sweetness of it, you start tasting the leather, you want more but not the way that depresses you over the last because you feel like you haven't gotten anywhere. No, you want more because you realize you've struck gold. And these trees just keep

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getting greener and greener and greener and greener.

00:38:33--> 00:38:46

But it takes a great crack addiction in your addiction as soon as possible. The longer you've been on this drug, the harder it is for you to break that addiction once you get out of it. That's why people start young.

00:38:47--> 00:38:57

And I got it I just finished the week. I just finished an entire week one of the forums almost there are over 300 on bonus. The four of us were children,

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which was the full advantage of the law.

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They were children of the love of

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virtue and virtue. There's no doubt about it.

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These were the reason why these four are all that they were little kids. They were little kids around the province of alumni who started in

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law lives to marry.

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They started when they started early. They wait until someone broke that addiction for them. They broke the addiction themselves because they recognize that it's not getting me anywhere. I'm not becoming happier once you start working.

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I'm not saying that

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automatically that I need to sign my application to the university if I don't get it. Oh, well. I'm going to go back to my book. No, no, you start learning you start coming to the festival. You set a goal of memorizing for that

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Just

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the feeling that you're not rising

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temperatures is not and I wasted my time memorizing

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the feeling I can, I can't wait to memorize,

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memorize

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memorize it and vice

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versa. Have scientists that you want to keep going God, I just want to keep memorizing and memorizing and memorizing learning, right?

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This guy does this for us

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says that you can't count.

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It's like some kind of love it is greener.

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Does that mean you're gonna be crying?

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was gonna say

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if your good deeds make you happy, and your values make you sad, you're improving your good deeds should make you feel good, just not proud.

00:41:11--> 00:41:18

They should make you feel good in a way that you are happy that lust has the attitude to this and you want to keep going down that path of guidance. Not that.

00:41:21--> 00:41:24

No, that's the struggle. That's where Sin City, Yoda

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says, if you were upset, I will fear something greater than that and urge the urge. Where you found yourself conceited, deluded thinking, Hey, I'm great.

00:41:40--> 00:41:47

But you get into the path of somehow learning activism, it gets sweeter, it gets greener.

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What do you have? You have the one last pleasure last time. And I want to end with this just this one thing, whatever was out of promises in terms of gender, you know, we always do this question. Why does the law just give it to y'all now? Right? Why

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don't we get a taste of jumping out at least in the grade? You get to dress from the dresses?

00:42:15--> 00:42:22

You know, raise your gardens a little bit from the food agenda? How can we can have a little bit before bumps off here. Why can't we have some of that gender now?

00:42:26--> 00:42:26

Gentlemen,

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depends on the

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type one is more vast than the heavens.

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And there's a great scholar

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of people along with some giant blob.

00:42:47--> 00:42:48

The hand

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up on

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the bus, the person beside the law has made the opposite of your place of getting gentlemen, because this can't fit with a loss to give you

00:43:04--> 00:43:05

can't fit it

00:43:06--> 00:43:17

allows us to give you a can't fit. Let me ask you a question. If I was to have people like car manufacturers, or something like awesome car manufacturers from Japan or something, to build a car to

00:43:18--> 00:43:26

come into your living room and build you the sweetest cars you've ever had in your life? What's the first thing you're going to say to yourself?

00:43:27--> 00:43:30

Like, okay, that's nice, but why did you do

00:43:37--> 00:43:41

it kid? I want the car outside. So I don't want it.

00:43:42--> 00:44:13

Right. So a lot of times I begin to jump in now to give you some of the benefits your system, you're gonna die anyway. Right? What are you gonna get from it? Everything expires. It's working on everything turns out on the agenda now, I assure you, and even into the curriculums like Bahamas and stuff like that. It's awesome. It's like mind blowing and the person who just want to sit down with you for a seat. left for the day is like Alright, time to go over

00:44:15--> 00:44:17

to Panama, like your eyes.

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It gets old and got old. So that's the first thing you don't want the car boots on the inside of your house. Right? And at the same time, you can you know, Why doesn't anyone bring the car in a box gift wrapped? You just can't get a cart gift card bringing it. I can't give you that. So I want to give you a card. What do I do?

00:44:43--> 00:44:43

What do I do?

00:44:45--> 00:44:51

The small box that you might think is chocolate brothers, we want to be very romantically righteous which I've never done installing

00:44:59--> 00:44:59

something good

00:45:02--> 00:45:09

You're giving your box of chocolates all day, but actually put the key in their fire card. And you want to be mean to the game.

00:45:13--> 00:45:15

But if you want to give her a car

00:45:17--> 00:45:19

to say, Hello, go check out the garage.

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Because we can afford to do this.

00:45:25--> 00:45:26

You know,

00:45:28--> 00:45:46

she opens and she sees the key. Why did you give her the key, you could have put it in the box, and you could have put it in the living room. One of them for one, you can fit in the box spreadsheet with his living room, she can use it, she can use it around the hospital. And I don't think she'd want to do that. So think about this for

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a second.

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And then the other thing that this displays can't fit will allow us to give it give you a last panel, that's our agenda.

00:46:08--> 00:46:14

For what has offered you too much to give you in a moment that does not have the quality, I realize.

00:46:16--> 00:46:18

That's why why. So just as when

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the audio is better, and lasts longer. Hi, nothing expires and nothing expires. Or sometimes I get this question from some of the sisters like why are we stuck with my husband and

00:46:37--> 00:46:39

my husband? Can I make myself available?

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Even he's

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not like here. Every time you see your wife every time you see her husband? What is the mistake?

00:46:54--> 00:46:57

You're even more beautiful than the last time I saw you.

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Gentlemen, nothing is old. It just keeps getting better and better and better and better. And imagine how much torture it would be if you had to leave gentlemen, if you ever had to leave. And that's why once you get into gender, you are not coming out. Once we get in Shall we will not go well, I don't want to go talk to anybody outside of gentlemen. But those people outside agenda do do their own business I've got to enjoy for the rest of my existence in Las Vegas.

00:47:30--> 00:47:35

But once you get in here, I'm getting a call. And in fact, the last time I said or the

00:47:38--> 00:47:42

last time to Adam green death in the form of a rant.

00:47:43--> 00:47:54

The agenda could be called to see it, but the people who want to see it open will generally recognize what this is. Yes, it is deaf people have already recognized

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and causes the slaughter Subala to show you that there is no more.

00:48:03--> 00:48:05

There's no more down. It's all over.

00:48:10--> 00:48:10

So

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give us the key two gentlemen.

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Yes.

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That's your key. That's how you get it. Everybody who has that key will eventually get into

00:48:29--> 00:49:05

everybody who has that key will eventually get into Gemini. Even if he has an atom's worth, eventually gets it. Right. But what are we supposed to do with that? How do you make your entrance card the thief thanks for the teeth are fine. Make sure that they're well divided. You've got your salon, your car, your house, your course, obviously that's the key the first place you've got the duties, you don't have any value that rested on the key. You make your key finds that whenever you get to Japan

00:49:07--> 00:49:07

just get it

00:49:09--> 00:49:11

and that's why there's a group of people who get to answer

00:49:14--> 00:49:18

no form of punishment and no form of accountability. They don't even have to be asked

00:49:20--> 00:49:29

you already come ready. So yes, the key will get you in if the teeth are not 500 you're gonna have to fight for a long time. And that's why they will go to Hellfire for some time

00:49:31--> 00:49:32

that we asked them

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to make us amongst them. We also

00:49:37--> 00:49:38

have gentlemen for those

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

two gentlemen, without any form, without any form of visa we asked the last panel to grant companionship of the masters have a lot of

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the highest level of

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Las

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Vegas amongst those who will stare at this space day and night. Very nice join enjoy

00:50:00--> 00:50:24

The beauty that the world cannot accomplish. We asked the last reminisced agenda. This was his agenda, agenda certainty, we asked the most ridiculous for our shortcomings. To be pleased with us. We asked the last one to add not to make us amongst those who are destroyed by the false desires and desires of the moment. I mean, does that belong to all of you for

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tomorrow?

00:50:28--> 00:50:33

I think it'll be a beautiful program for everyone to come and just listen to different perspectives,

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different aspects and not get to live for a moment.

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I'll take

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two questions from brothers and sisters

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are consistent and ask questions.

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How would that work?

00:51:11--> 00:51:12

What's your question?

00:51:16--> 00:51:17

I'm sorry.

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But I appreciate you

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taking take some

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questions

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you can just ask if you want to do this.

00:52:00--> 00:52:01

Or you will certainly

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if we are

00:52:07--> 00:52:09

if we are Muslim embraces the lie the law.

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At the end, we have to be an agenda. But I said

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if someone is like very bad period by using this lie lying around,

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just like

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nothing positive. Considered.

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Okay, so the question is, you have problems with conflict. The first

00:52:36--> 00:52:40

gentleman, being a terrible person, that person?

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Isn't the question is a

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very good deal as conservative Muslim person as

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an awesome love Jewish, Christian, they are doing much better than me. But then, I guess the question, so the point is either terrible or

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anomalous, just very, doesn't say that.

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The answer is very, very, very, very, very simple. A loss is the most unjust. And the first rule of the Day of Judgment is that there will be no transgression today, a lot of precedent on a level not just with anyone, meaning if a boss

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wants to judge on a person. So we have the general rule, the general rule is that no one will, here's the

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law, and here's the pure muscle reduction, we'll be able to

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follow the profitable lines, except to accepting the loss of legislation. All right, there are people on the Day of Judgment, for loss of time with animal tests on that day, you did not hear the message properly. So the reason why I mentioned that is because we have to as Muslims, we have to understand what is the most just what's the point of believing, if you don't believe us the most is the most just so a lot, we'll deal with every person, individual and

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a lot, most the circumstances of every person, a lot of those the extensive acceptance of every person, a lot of the sense of rejection,

00:54:16--> 00:54:33

and the loss of titles every person's individual. So there's no conflict within theology. There's a conflict or there's a problem whenever we entertain, or we try to, you know, we try to judge individuals and say, hey, you're going to hell, you're going to Java, first of all, saying that,

00:54:36--> 00:54:37

believing that

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this was a genuine, okay? Eventually believing.

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So having an average weight of that in your heart does from time to time so we understand the merciful last time, he wouldn't allow the person to invest. But after how many 1000s and 1000s and 1000s of years have been punished. Now as far as the nonsense again, alarm

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their circumstances? I don't, quite frankly, if you're living with yourself, you don't have to worry about anybody else. You don't have

00:55:09--> 00:55:22

to call them. Yeah. But I'm not concerned to be honest with you on the Day of Judgment. And this is true for both meaning and everybody, you're not going to be asked about, hey, I want to talk about it. Generally, you're going to be worried about yourself.

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Because we should not be worried about ourselves in terms of judgment.

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That's his, that's his role and his role only.

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That's all I have to know is that he's going to be chosen. He's not going to deal with anyone other than justice. That's the only thing.

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I'm sorry, I can't hear you.

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Are

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Mr. English can be that person.

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Okay.

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Okay, so the question is, still, you know, what's, what's written in most books? Is that ever able to go to gentlemen? And how can we explain to our children to others that are still alive? It's just the answer to this is first and foremost, there is they we have to understand again, number one, as an individual, what was your circumstances so the problem

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for people being brought in front of a wall that they were definitely one of them was someone who lived between various ideas, some of the problems, so I think the lessons did not reach him. He lived between two messengers and the lessons did not reach the second one was a person who died before the age of maturity. And

00:57:38--> 00:57:50

the third is a person who has mental retardation cannot properly grasp the message. The fourth is someone who was seen on the head into shape. So when you say shape,

00:57:52--> 00:57:59

shift in, you know, this was a person who was senile, extremely old, by the time the message received, so the

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last time I

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will test them separately on that day, look how easy this test is, this is an easy test, this is not hard. This is an easy test, the last time I will present a fire in the last month, I will jump into this now you know that they have lost the control of everything.

00:58:22--> 00:58:32

You know, so it's actually not, it's not a hard test. It's actually trust me jumping into this, trust me jump into this jump into the spine, okay. And

00:58:34--> 00:58:40

if the person jumps, then they will answer to that churches, they will be completely forgiven

00:58:41--> 00:58:42

on the Day of Judgment, why

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they believe the last spoke to them. The one who refuses A lot of times, I would say that I spent my rest of the day of judgment, I sent my messengers

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to warn the people. And today I am the messenger of myself. If you rejected me, then you would have rejected my messengers on Earth.

00:59:06--> 00:59:37

The point being, is that if you're rejected me, I've been telling you Be careful, you're going to under Hellfire if you don't obey me. How could you ever listen to a human being in this world, meaning the message did not fairly reach those people. Okay, so Allah subhanho wa Taala touches everyone has individual, and there are many, many different writings. Yes, this might be problematic, whenever it's just a quick line, a lost count of our local farm and they will never answer this agenda. But

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because this is the norm, the exception would be the person who did not reach a person did not have to stop recently because the word Catholic means to reject. It means they rejected it when it came to them couple obviously covered it's like a formerly uncovered disease. They rejected it, they conceal it. They recognize that it came second and they reject it. So that person was the last time

01:00:00--> 01:00:25

I will accept their needs because that person has not even recognized a loss monetize themselves. So what is the point of his good deeds? If he does not even recognize his creator? And you know, the example that I always give, without regard why we shouldn't be so horrible? What would you say about a person who's charitable to society, who's charitable to society, but his mother who gave everything in life, and everything,

01:00:26--> 01:00:41

who gave him everything, like who supported, he says to his mother, you're not even my mom go away. I have nothing to do with all of this charity becomes void, because he has disbelieved or disregarded, the one who did everything.

01:00:42--> 01:00:45

In terms of motherly somebody, a human being was done.

01:00:47--> 01:00:59

So when a person rejects their Creator, knowingly, because the truth came to them, he rejected, then everything else will come forward, because the one who gave him the limb,

01:01:00--> 01:01:12

he's not even acknowledging that they don't like any of those limbs, that alone is worthy of my worship, and my unconditional meeting. So that's, again, as long as we understand the prerequisites,

01:01:13--> 01:01:24

is looking at a loss, just so a loss will judge the assumptions of loss will judge the normal outcomes of everyone and on the Day of Judgment.

01:01:25--> 01:01:27

You know, you have your you have yours.

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And that's how we need to answer, I found that I was very receptive, not extremely receptive to the idea that Allah will judge everyone as an individual, but I'm telling you, this is the truth. But as an individual, it

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does make a difference.

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Yes.

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The difference between saying,

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on the day or on the promise that everyone who has an hour's worth of

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belief in his heart will enter into gentlemen, what are the uncovering, leaving a lost contact and his angels, his messengers, his books?

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What is the first of the five pillars of this?

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was the first one

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to testify?

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So the pillars are external, the builders have

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external design as a last

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resort.

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It will be pulled out so someone might say,

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absolutely no good whatsoever. If he doesn't have any belief in that. So yes, he does not mean everyone's born.

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Christians are born Muslims to

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save Satan worshipers of

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so many does not do any good for you. It's how we believe whenever you have the full capacity of believing you don't have an excuse you're saying here and adults.

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That's why you will be accountable. According to your belief.

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No one will die.

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Judgment. And if you go to hell,

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and or the hot fire that nine times higher than the real fire on earth, and it's so hard to die. Well, why do you die if

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you will?

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So you don't die and Hellfire? The question is, how do you

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be smart?

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That's a very good question. So the question is,

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there's no data today.

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A lot of things that we've been talking about so the people callfire don't

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Are you

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Let me tell you what, let me put you in a scenario. And you guys remember this when you don't have kids? Okay? Let me give you a scenario. You're picking up your child from school.

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And your child jumps in the car and slams the door.

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And scratches, right? But this book straight out, slammed the door. Sometimes we scratch the car.

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Do you know how that you want to strengthen your kid at that moment? Especially if it's a nice car, right? If it's a nice, nice car, right?

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There, you're not going to be more caring, you will, you will be able to him and you'll want to strangle them. Now, let me ask you a question.

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If you have a car accident on the way home, your car flips over at times, and catches on fire, and you managed to crawl along and you look back at your car and you realize that your son is

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you care about the department?

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Do you even care about the car itself?

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All you're saying is I want my

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I want my son.

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I already have. I already have the right to see the back myself.

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But you weren't grateful. So last time.

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You had a few more grateful, happy things in our lives that we say I had it, but I wasn't grateful. And then I realized afterwards everything I was going to turn yellow, the car went absolutely nothing at the end of the day. The reason why I always reflect on this is by the lesson that actually happens. That's actually a brother, brother that actually happened to

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Pamela there was not.

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in Joplin, Missouri. Y'all remember the tornadoes that struck Joplin, Missouri just a little over a year ago. And there was one house

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that was going in interview with each and every single person that lost their homes and things of that sort, obviously, they want to evoke emotion and things of that sort. So how do you feel about this? You just lost your house and lost everything. I expect, we expect because they are

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all sometimes speechless. Sometimes they cry in most of the camera zooms in on their eyes when they start crying, zooms in to show you the helplessness of it. That's media, that's media. When you know the tricks of media, you kind of get disgusted, right? So that's me to evoke that type of emotion.

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We have this situation. There's a woman that's holding her baby.

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The cameras on Laura.

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And she's standing in front of her destroyed house and she's smiling. Fascinating. I'm watching this recording. This is interesting.

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She says he says to her dad, how do you feel? Is there anything you'd like to say the world? She says, I haven't ever been?

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Not Muslim.

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Why is that? for NATO struck? My daughter escaped me. She flew for me. And I grabbed her arms. And as I was tearing up the house,

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I said, Oh, God, just let me keep my daughter, I don't want anything else.

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And she said, I never appreciated the blessing of my daughter until today.

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You have things in your life,

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that people would die for that people would die.

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Right?

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There's a

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lot you don't think you have money, sell your leg, cut off your leg and sell it to me for $5 million. I'll do to be able to

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sell your arms, sell the house, everything you know sell your body parts. How about this, I'll poke your eyes, and I'll give you $10 million.

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The person of abundance kills you because you've already had gold. But you weren't realizing. Because I have

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more than more than more than more than excuses. It drives us to insanity. And it's even worse Believe me last time.

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While he was online, you see it as yellow unless you eat a loss. I would absolutely not make for your hearing.

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Now back to another. Another book on happiness. The Pursuit of Happiness

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is endless. Joseph Allison, for jobs Addison's lesson, he said that there are three things that make you happy.

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Three things, three ingredients.

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Okay, now you remember these three things, okay. Something to do.

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Something to love, and something to look forward to.

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He said if you have those three ingredients, you're stuck

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If you're missing any of them, then the other tools come worthless. So for example, some people work their entire lives for retirement and when they retire, they enjoy sitting at home all day. They've got something to love, they might have something to look forward to, they might have businesses that are making the money, you know, they retire, but they don't have anything to do. So they try to get themselves work. Right? Think about it, you try to give yourself working environments, you try to do it a different way. You're trying to get it, you're trying to make yourself busy, because not being busy, drives you insane. So you need something to do something to let

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you know, you've got nothing to love.

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We see that their corporate, you know, CEOs coming headline executives or officers that didn't suicide.

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They have to, they have to work. They have something to look forward to. But in the process of the company, shrewd businessman, they lost all of their family members, the people that love them, love them for their money.

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They lost it all. They just caught up and not working and going to work every day. I'm making a six figure salary, but I'm not happy. Why is it lost? If the company is void of love, but nothing to love it, you have to login.

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Everything has become superficial, something to look forward to

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whenever you reach your peak. And this is why celebrities kill themselves do hard rock after party after party. Once you reach your peak, your maximum output whatever scope you have, and you've got nowhere else to look forward to we got nothing else to look forward to

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yourself.

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I know the beauty of this all is lost.

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And this is a very famous quotation by the way. I think it's Joseph has something to do something's got something to look forward to the law system was

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worried.

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A lot addressed.

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Well, like that's the first thing I thought.

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I was like,

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already mentioned this 1400 years ago, but no one gives a lot of credit for that right? A lot of fear about your solution to happiness, your happiness, but you needed a guide.

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You have to buy from amazon.com because divine revelation was not enough. It wasn't enough.

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It was already there was a rush, rush.

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Rush raised the price, either

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to the forgiveness of your Lord, something to love.

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What do you have to look forward to jumping out

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of a paradise as forecasted everything that happens.

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And it's been promised for those for those who are conscious of those who are awaiting a fear of loss, or a

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lot of pain. And you know what it is? When you start working?

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When you start going to Lesson One, when you start giving yourself the role of memorizing when you start deceiving yourself

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and seeking knowledge and nothing other than seeking knowledge and seeking knowledge and if

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there's anything turkey out.

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Then come to such an ever turn yellow free.

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When you spot knowledge, did you ever get bored? No.

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I'm telling you, you start seeking knowledge. And you will think you are the greatest fool in the world. You will not dare call yourself anything you'd like. I don't know nothing. I just want to keep listening. Right? I don't care. This guy's gonna talk about Well, how about the weather water is pure enough for two hours. This is sweet. It's getting greener, everything gets greener. You work in the last time you strike, it gets greener, you start tasting the sweetness of it. You start tasting the leather. You want more but not the way that depresses you over the past because you feel like you haven't gotten anywhere. No, you want more because you realize you've struck gold and these

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trees just keep getting greener and greener and greener and greener.

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But it takes you to break that crack addiction in your addiction as soon as possible. The longer you've been on this drug, the harder it is for you to break that addiction once you get out of it. That's why people start young.

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Week. I just finished an entire week on the forums almost there are over 300 articles. The four of us were children and the title of the talk

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took full advantage of a lot of normal, a lot

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of a lot

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of children.

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In virtue and virtue, there's no doubt about it. That these were the reason why these four are all that they were little kids. They were little kids around the province of alumni who started in

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law lives to marry.

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They started when they started earning, they wait until someone broke that addiction for them. They broke the addiction themselves, because they recognize it's not getting me anywhere, I'm not becoming happier. Once you start working with a piece of data.

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That

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means automatically that I need to supply an application to the university if I don't get into Well, I'm gonna go back to my book. No, no, you start learning. Lesson One, you set a goal of memorizing

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the feeling that's not rising.

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Temperatures is not bad. I wasted my time memorizing intelligence, like I can't wait to get to

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the feeling after 20th can't wait to memorize.

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Memorize.

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memorize it. And once

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you have satisfied you want to keep going.

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Just want to keep memorizing and memorizing and memorizing learning more, right?

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This guy like he does, as far as

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you can tell. It's like some kind of lovely is greener. I don't know, what

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does that mean? You

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know,

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customers like

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the one that

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he

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was gonna say.

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If your good deeds make you happy, and your vacuums make you sad, you're relieved. You're good deeds should make you feel good, just not proud.

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They should make you feel good in a way that you are happy that

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you want to keep going down that path of guidance. Not that.

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No, that's the struggle that's worse than saying, No, that's a shame.

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If you were to not sin, I will fear something greater than that and urge the urge. Where you become proud of yourself conceited, deluded thinking, Hey, I'm great. No, no.

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But you get into the path of somehow learning activism. It gets sweeter, it gets greener.

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What do you have? You have the one of the last comments our pleasure last time. And I want to just this one thing, whatever was promised in terms of gender, you know, we always do this question. Why does the law just give it to me? All?

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Right, why don't you just let me get a taste of gender now at least in the grade, she gets a dress from the dresses, nothing we just don't like to, you know, raise your gardens a little bit deep from the food agenda? How can we can have a little bit before bumpstop here, why can't the household that gender non

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gender

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depends on the age

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is more vast than the heavens? Right? And there's a great scholar by

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the hand.

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How long was the person we serve? A lot has made the opposite of your place of getting gentlemen, because this

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allows us to give you a cat fit. Let me ask you a question. If I was to have people like car manufacturers, or some like awesome car manufacturers,

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build a car to

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come into your living room and build you the sweetest cars you've ever had in your life. What's the first thing you're going to say to yourself?

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like okay, that's nice. Why don't you do

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like my kid? I want the car outside. So I don't want it.

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Right. So a lot of times I believe in gender now to give you some of the benefits, just that you're gonna die anyway.

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Right? What are you gonna get from it? Everything expires

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everything turns yellow. Agenda now.

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I'm sure you can even get to the curriculums like Bahamas and stuff like that. It's awesome. It's like mind blowing, and the person who just want to sit with you for a seat left for the day is like, Alright, time to go home, I'm tired.

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Somehow, like your eyes feasted on it, it gets old and young.

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So that's the first thing you don't want the car builds on the inside of your house. Right? And at the same time, you can you know, Why doesn't anyone bring the car in a box gift wrapped? You just can't give apart gift card and bringing science. I can't give you that. So I want to give you a card, what do I do?

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What do I do

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a small box that you might think of as chocolate brothers, and you want to be very romantically righteous. I've never done this.

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Do something good.

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But actually put a key in there. By your card, if you want to be mean to the game.

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If you want to give her a car,

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say hello, go check out the garage.

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You can afford to do this.

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You know?

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She opens and she sees the key. Why don't you give you the key you can put it in the box and you couldn't put it in the living room. One of them for what you can fit in the box for a living room, she can use it, she can use it around the hospital. And I don't think she want to do that. So think about this for a

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minute.

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Iraqi, the understanding and doubt.

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And then the other thing that this this please can't fit will allow us to give it give you a last panel that's our agenda.

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A lot has honored you to be in a home that does not have the quality of realizing something. That's why why is there justice when

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the appeal is better and last longer. Hi, nothing expires and nothing expires. Sometimes I get this question from some of the sisters like why are we stuck with my husband and

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my husband? Can I get myself?

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Even he's a German

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journalist not like here. Every time you see your wife every time you see her husband? What did he say?

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You're even more beautiful than the last time I saw you.

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Gentlemen, nothing is off. It just keeps getting better and better. And better and better. And imagine how much torture in a week if you had to leave gentlemen, if you ever had to leave. And that's why once you get into Java, you are not coming out. Once we get in shallow water, we will not go well. I don't want to go talk to anybody outside of gentlemen. But those people outside agenda do deal with their own business I've got to enjoy for the rest of my existence shuffled out to Las Vegas.

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But once you get in, you're not getting out.

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And in fact, the last time I said are the

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last time to bring data in the form of a wrap

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up could be called to see it but people will be called to see it. Or people will generally recognize that this is yes, it is deaf people have already recognized what this is.

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And also causes the slaughter Subala to show you that there is no more.

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There's no more doubt. It's all over.

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So

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give us the key to jungle.

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Yes.

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That's your key. That's how you get it. Everybody who has that key will eventually get into jungle. Everybody who has that key will eventually get into jail. Even if he has an atom's worth. Eventually he gets it. Right. But what are we supposed to do with that? How do you make your reference card to make sure that the teeth are fine. Make sure that they're well defined. You've got your salop your sleep,

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your habits, your your Shahada, of course, obviously that's the key the first place. You've got the duty

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You don't have any batteries that rusted up the key, you make your feet fine so that whenever you get to Japan

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just get in.

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And that's why there's a group of people who get to answer each other without any form of

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no form of punishment and no form of accountability. They don't even have to be asked.

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You already come ready. So yes, the key will get you in if the teeth are not 500 you're gonna have to fight for a long time. And that's why they will go to Hellfire for some time.

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But we asked them Las Vegas amongst them. We also asked

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them globalist agenda. those last

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two gentlemen, without any form, without any form of visa, we asked the last panel to rent companionship from the Masters, a lot of it was at the highest level.

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To make this amongst those who will stare at his face day and night. Join enjoying the beauty that the world cannot accomplish. We asked the last breakfast agenda. This was his agenda. Agenda uncertainty, we asked the most ridiculous for our shortcomings. Please with us. We asked the last one to add not to make us amongst those who are destroyed by the false desires and desires of the studio. I mean, does that belong to all of you for

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tomorrow?

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I think it'll be a beautiful program for everyone to colleges, listen to different perspectives, you know, different aspects of the appeal to live for a moment.

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I'll take

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two questions from brothers and sisters

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or constituents and ask questions.

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How would that work?

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You're smart.

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You're smarter.

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But I appreciate the

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questions.

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You can just ask if you want.

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Or you will say us.

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Most of the people said if we are in a conflict about Africa, if we are Muslim and resist the light.

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At the end, we have to be an agenda. But I said I have some conflict about it. If someone is like very bad, good bye.

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The only 15 months just like

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nothing positive considered to be a person.

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Okay, so the question is your own problems with conflict? First.

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Being a terrible person

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is a

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very good

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thing.

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Much better than me.

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So the point is either a terrible

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agenda

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just doesn't say that.

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The answer is very, very, very, very, very simple. A loss is the most unjust. And the first rule of the Day of Judgment is that there will be no transgression today, a lot of precedent on a level not just with anyone, meaning if a boss

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wants to judge on a person. So we have the general rule, the general rule is that no one will use the

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law and here's the

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rejection will be able to

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accept or accepting the loss of legislation. All right. There are people on the Day of Judgment for a loss of title to animal tests on that day you did not hear the message properly. So the reason why I mentioned that is because we have to as Muslims, we have to understand how it was

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Most just what's the point of believing in Him, if you don't believe is the most reasonable stuff. So a lot, we'll deal with every person, individual on the Day of Judgment, a lot, most of the circumstances of every person, a lot of those exceptions are very first, a lot of the sense of rejection of every person. And a lot of times I will judge every person's individual. So there's no conflict in the theology, there's a conflict or there's a problem, whenever we entertain, or we try to, you know, we try to judge individuals and say, hey, you're going to hell, you're going to, first of all say that you have a lot of

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believing that

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this was a genuine, okay, eventually believing this UN's agenda. So having an atom's wake of that in your heart, that's from time to time. So we understand the versicle last time about that he wouldn't allow the person to election answers. But after how many 1000s and 1000s and 1000s of years to be published. As far as the nonsense again, along those circumstances. I don't, quite frankly, if you're visiting with yourself, you don't have to worry about anybody else. You don't have

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to call them yet. But I'm not concerned to be honest with you on the Day of Judgment. And this is true for both meaning and everybody here, you're not going to be asked about

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a subject that you're going to be worried about yourself.

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Because we should not be worried about ourselves in terms of judgment.

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That's his, that's his role and his role was the most just that's all I got.

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That's the only thing.

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I'm sorry, can you hear us?

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Okay.

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Okay, so the question is, still, you know, what's, what's written in most books? Is that ever able to go to gentlemen? And how can we explain to our children?

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Just the answer to this is, first and foremost, there is a, we have to understand again, number one, as an individual, what was your circumstances so the problem

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for people being brought in front of a wall that they were

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one of someone who lived between

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lessons did not reach him. He lived between two messengers, and the lessons did not reach. The second one was a person who died before the age of maturity, the child. The third is a person who has mental retardation cannot properly grasp the message. The fourth is someone who was seen on the hunt into shape. So when you say shape, you're constantly

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shifting in. This was a person who was senile, extremely old, by the time the message reached. So the problem is that a lot of times,

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we'll test them separately on that day, look how easy this test is. This is an easy test, this is not hard. This is an easy times, the last time I will present a fire and

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jumped into this now you know that they have lost control of everything.

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You know, so it's actually not your company. It's not our customers. Trust me jumping into this, trust me jump into this, just jump into the slide. Okay. And of course,

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if the person jumps in, then they will answer. They will be completely forgiven. And that frustrates us on the Day of Judgment why

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they believe the last spoke to them, the one who refuses a loss of habitat I was say that I sent my messengers of the Day of Judgment I sent my messengers

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to warn the people and today it

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The Messenger of myself, if you rejected me, then you would have rejected my messengers on Earth. The point being, is that if you're rejecting me, I've been telling you Be careful, you're going to under Hellfire if you don't obey me. How could you have listened to a human being in this world? Maybe the message did not fairly reach those people. Okay, so a loss of complements it touches everyone has individual, there are many, many different writing styles. Yes, this might be problematic, whenever it's just a quick line loss.

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And they will never answer this agenda. But

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because this is the norm, the exception would be the person who did not reach a person does not have to stop recently, because the word Catholic means to reject, it means they rejected it, when it came to them. Couple opposite, they covered. It's like a formerly uncovered disease, they rejected it, they conceal it, they recognize that it came stuff and they reject it. So that person, a lot of times, I will not accept their needs, because that person has not even recognized a lot, sometimes also, what is the point of his good deeds? If he does not even recognize his creator? And you know, the example I always give? Why should be so horrible? What would you say about a person who's

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charitable to society, who's charitable to society, but his mother who gave him everything in life, and never did any harm to who gave him everything like who supported, he says to his mother do not go away, I have nothing to do with all of his charity becomes avoided, because he has disbelieved or disregarded, the one who did everything for me, in terms of a motherly somebody, a human being who's done.

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So when a person rejects their theory, knowingly, because the truth came to them, he rejected, then everything else is on point because the one who gave him the limb,

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he's not even acknowledging that He

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alone is worthy of my worship, and my own condition of meeting. So that's again, as long as we understand the prerequisite is

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just so a last topic will judge the assumptions of loss of jobs, the normal local jobs, everyone on the day of judgment or loss of time, you know, you have your you have yours.

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And that's how we need to answer. And I found that

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normals are extremely receptive to that idea that Allah will judge everyone as an individual, but I'm telling you, this is the truth. But also,

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I appreciate you.

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The question is touching upon the difference between saying,

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everyone who has an hour's worth of

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belief in his heart, will enter into gentlemen, what are the

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last angels?

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What is the first of the five pillars of Islam?

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What's the first one

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Shahada to testify? valuable?

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So the pillars are external, the pillars of

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external internal velocity?

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It will be pulled out. So someone might say that

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absolutely no good whatsoever. If he doesn't have any belief in them. So yes, he does not mean everyone's born.

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Christians are born Muslim to

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save Satan worshipers of

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so many boys that does not do any good for you. And it's how we believe whenever you have the full capacity of believing you don't have an excuse you're saying here and adults, and

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that's why you will be accountable. According to your belief.

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No one will die after their judgment and if you go to hell

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The hot fire

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the real fire on earth, and it's so hard to die. Well, why do you die if

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you won't die?

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So you don't die in hellfire. The question is how do you help?

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Me smart?

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That's a very good question. So the question is

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there's no death today

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and how you die in Hellfire and punishment and burning. A lot of things that were involved with us the people of Hellfire, don't