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He's gonna cancel,

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Sprint, even if somebody's not going to eat whatever the one that we're going to meet with our own people to look at all of a sudden Obama was really kind of humbled and so long running, most of them want to give you some being able to send them to

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your brothers and sisters.

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First and foremost, if I can have everyone silence and shout everyone's attention.

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Last time Tara says

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kitakami Brahim, in Abu

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Dhabi, and make mention in the book about him or his salon because he was a man of truth, the media

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and today we really tried to dig a little bit into the Tafseer of the meaning of the words of the because truthfulness in you know in at least our modern daily usage of the English language at least when we say truthfulness, what we usually mean is truthfulness and

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truthfulness in

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trying to get somebody who speaks truthfulness and truthfulness and peace. Right? Usually, when we say tell the truth, we mean, tell the truth with your tongue speak the truth, right? Or, you know, if it was tell the truth.

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Tell the truth. That's what truthfulness means right? Now, in Islam, it's so much more than that. So much more than that. And there's plenty of different ways to understand this. Number one, Yes, speaking the truth and as little festering states and do a certain thing. But the person has to tell the truth. He never realized the person who's used to telling the truth. And we remember the heading of the prophets of Allah audio, someone from a bit of a struggle with a lot on an animal. So he also lost a lot in a sitcom. Yes. That truthfulness was telling the truth leads to righteousness, righteousness, wanting to know right yesterday that a gentleman and the righteousness leads to

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paradise and the province of a

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legend.

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That literally the person tells the truth to an extent. You can tell them so deep until he's written with a lot a lot. How does your name so deep got a truthful person, and then the council along with some stuff in the cabinet, very wide, yes. It leaves you to open shamelessness and sinned against the loss of power points out what

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that type of disobedience yesterday eat a novel that leads you to hellfire. So the prophet SAW A lot of it was said and done. So in other words, you know, they actually live that barely a person will lie to you

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that a person will lions that he's written with a lot longer, right. And this is something that's very significant. As we said, once you get into the habit of lying, you'll never saw, you'll never saw, it's not that you fell into line one time here or there, you know, you felt the pressure of a situation. So you'd like to get yourself out of those situations, not that once you get used to lying about everything, then you'll become a liar. And a lawsuit kind of puts out a little brand new as a liar. And when you're raised on the Day of Judgment, it'll be where is the Canada because that's something I'm gonna know what anyone wants that I didn't much to hold. But think about that,

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along the day of judgment when he calls you. This is the last letter in the summer, and his explanations in the end, a lot of us say where's the liar? Where does it come that which fire someone so bring the liar over here, right? So be extremely careful when you speak making sure that you don't lie. And you know, somehow a lot line always catches up to you in life, Always. Always you get into the habit of mind, it's going to catch up to you somehow in life. Right? And once people, you know, understand and once people catch you in a lie, then nothing you say will ever have credibility together. Right? You guys know the story with the boy who cried wolf, Selena had a very

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powerful story that honestly, this story shook me when I was a kid. Right? And the story was, was basically that there's the boy who was interested in watching the sheep and he was told by his people that whenever a wolf comes, what do you do? You cry wolf Wolf, right. So one time he tried to go full. Everybody came running out, and then they saw that there was no

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he was lying. He played the Joker, right? Second time he did it. Everybody came up No. Third time an actual wave came and started devouring all of the sheep and he cried wolf wolf wolf wolf. Nobody came. Nobody came out. So in the process, he lost everything. And that really happens in lifestyle. Anytime you're a liar. Things catch up with even like people's art.

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in your lives and your credibility goes away, most importantly, your credibility with a loss of irony. So why in speech is something extremely hated in Islam to the point of the problems I said, I'm such a Muslim unbeliever might call it you know, a moment might fall into sin or adultery, or you know, or theft or like a really, really major sin with a believer can be a liar, he cannot be a liar. That's such a hated attribute, that once he has that, you know, as an acquired trade, then he's actually nullifying his own belief. Palawan making sure you speak the truth. What else did we talk about what else falls under the category of truthfulness? Those of you who attended today?

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What else?

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truthfulness in the navamsa.

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And what else?

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truthfulness in action? Little more specific promises, truthfulness in your promises, okay. truthfulness in your actions, truthfulness, in your in essence, when you say you're gonna do something, with no loss of Hannah, what's our How much do you really try to do that thing? or How old are you? Are you really when you say when you say to a loss parents out or when you make the intention to do something, because we always say make the intention. And let me let me give you guys an example of this. All right? How many times have we stopped this time? And I said, Everyone make the intention to come into budget, how many people are gonna start coming to budget? A lot of people

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raise their hands. A lot of people said, Yeah, we're gonna do it. I'm looking at you in the eyes. So if you think I'm targeting you, it's all you targeting? Right? Oh, I'm gonna start coming to fudge I'm gonna start coming in. But while you're setting it, you're probably telling yourself like, I'm really not going to become defensive every day. What am I kidding? I'm only kidding myself. So a bond comes in casts doubt on your intention. And you even know, you know that you're not telling you the truth, you know that you're making this up? Right? Because sometimes we say things in the heat of the moment, but we don't really mean it. Right? There is a very, there's a very beautiful there,

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and by the name of

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our seat, who's one of the one of the people who accepted the style and the hand of the mouse that entrepreneurial, amongst the entourage. And this guy's kind of allowed us to be involved in a lot of drugs, a lot of drugs. And he was telling me, he was telling me the story one time, he said that one time when he was running away from the cops, that's when he first started to realize this. So he's calling upon a lot, because that's when you start calling upon a lot of bad things happen in life. And he's calling on the one he's saying, Oh, I promise you, I'm going to quit, I promise it and quit this empowering, someone quit that. But he said that, even while I was saying that I was being

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selected with my words that I was thinking about, and I was already trying to think of the backdoor. I was already trying to think of the excuse, I'm gonna make it to not quit. Right? So already, whenever you're making the intention to start doing this, and to and to leave the sentence, a concert, whatever it is to acquire this, beneath this duty, you're already putting in the back of your mind. What are the what are the loopholes here? You don't know, it's like, when you're signing a contract, you want to make sure that the fine print is in your favor, right? So even when you're making your intentions of the law, you're already making sure the fine print is in your favorite

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writer. And that's why I was planning to either call this manga instinox article one, he was truthful to his promise smiling on Instagram, is that comes to him to slaughter him. His tattoo is going to kill him. And he says to that he says they will not commence to do this. Yes. He said, If I wasn't commanded you to do this, then you're going to find me going to those locations. I'm not going to complain about it. That's one thing. But whenever you're that goes,

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What's going to happen to them? Well, I'm a problem. You're a prophet. Till this week, we don't

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just say I want it's all going to be okay. You don't have to kill me now.

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He waited

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a long time to do this. And I talk now I'm going to be patient, I'm going to be patient. So whenever you make an intention with Allah, make sure that you're serious about it. Make sure that while you're saying while you're saying what you're saying, while you're making that attention, you really need it all I'm going to change, right? And sometimes even when we're wasting Dharavi, trying to make your language vague, because we try to make sure that you can still leave yourself a loophole. Now there's two extremes here. And

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muscle haga discouraged both of these extremes. One of those extremes is to take boats on yourself right to say oh a lot I swear to you and I swear by this and I swear by that I'm going to quit this if I don't quit this making destroyed my house and some lightning only. Don't take it upon yourself because you might fall back and a lot of merciful enough to accept you. If you may talk about again. Right. The other extreme is when you're not

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Have you been willing to say you're not willing to make any promises to Allah, you're not willing to make any promises to a lot. So you're not really truthful with your words, you're not truthful with your intention. And you never want once the time comes where you need a lot. You always need a lot when you feel like you need a lot because everyone else has turned their backs upon you. And you start calling upon a lump, you expect a lot to answer you just like that.

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Without any questions asked. And then one doesn't answer. You say, how come God doesn't love me? Why does one answer me? Right? I try and go around the mountain talking about doing that one that kind of talking about that word is a lot, right. And a lot of me in this situation, why what helped me in that situation, and you forgot all the empty promises, the broken promises you made with the last panel to have all of the intentions that you make, oh, I'm going to start reading this much code I owe a lot. I'm going to start you know, I'm going to stop committing this old alarm and stop doing this. You know how many times how many of you guys are on Facebook? Be honest.

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I know some of you were

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just talking about that. Okay, right. Everything can be used for cut out and cut. All right? It's okay. How many times have you seen people say I'm going to deactivate my Facebook. And I'm never going to get on Facebook again. And then two weeks later, they're back on Facebook and on the same thing.

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Like, I'm going to deactivate Facebook. And I'm never going to do this again. Because I don't want to talk to girls anymore. And I don't want to make sure that I do the right thing. And I want to make sure that my life is not changing now, deactivate.

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Then two weeks later, we activated and you see in the newsfeed blank blank says to blank blank. What's up, bro?

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Like what happened? You just said two weeks ago you were quitting? You deactivated, what happened. You didn't even believe yourself when you said you're recording. You weren't truthful to yourself. So now you expect your action to go through your intention wasn't really your intention less than truthful. Right? It's just like this, you telling me? If you tell me let's say that you did something to hurt me. You cursed me out. And I say, Look, man, and I'm not going to be your friend anymore. If you keep cursing me out, I'm not going to talk to you anymore. And you say, all right, I promise and

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next time we have a fight you curse. And I say look, I already told you I couldn't like the third time you do it the fourth time we do what am I going to say? Like you know what?

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You know, you're like, you and I both know that you're not telling the truth.

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Make sure when you make a promise to Allah, you don't have hesitation. You don't use vague language. You don't think of the loopholes. Oh Allah, I promise you, I'm going to do this over lie, promise him or do that. Right? A lot of people let me tell you what happens whenever you get older, right? A lot of people will say, we'll make this over the last panel to how when I get rich, I'm going to give money.

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When I get rich, and we give 25% of my wealth face. And

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then when they get rich, they start thinking well what 25% of my talking about am I talking about 25% of my retained earnings out of my lavish vacations and after buying by ladders, this ladder stotra What am I talking about here, you start trying to twist the lens and find a loophole. But when you're truthful with a lot of loss penalty, I will not hesitate to answer you. And I'll give you this example.

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On remembering this, at least by the way off the top of my head. So I might forget one of these things. Three men in the cave

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of spices and tells us about them. They're trapped in a cave, a stone has trapped and they're trying to buy a boulder. So they all say to each other let's make a loss pattern What's our, with our good deeds to remove this stuff? Let's Let's start with remembering the things that we did. You know, so and saving those things so that a loss of habitat will remove it. Right. And there's three situations I can remember two off the top of my head, I might think of the third one as I said, one person says a lot. I had a situation basically he had a girl who he needed help. And he gave her a charity. She was she was a cousin of his she was she was related to MC and he gave her charity

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helped her on the tough situation on the condition that, you know, she would she would get an incident with she would come in

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and just as he was the procedure she started do not do not overstep, but a lot of times it was for good. Right. So he said I backed off and I said that right then and there. I could have done it. I was in a position where I could have done exactly what I said I was gonna do but out of my fear for you. I stepped back. Right. So the golden rule is a little bit and another one was a person who said that I had some food and some drinks and I have my family at home. And they were you know they were hungry. They were thirsty and violently on qualifying the statement from now the heading is something like this. It's not exactly this wording because I'm not remembering off the top of my

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head. Maybe

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Volunteer remember that if you remember,

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okay, he goes to. So he says that I had some food and drink and I was going and my family was hungry needed. But I knew that my parents needed to write. So he went to his parents and his parents were sleeping. So you could have left his parents house, he could have took that over to his own family and given them the food and the drink. But it's cetera. He waited there. And he waited by his parents side until they woke up, and then he gave them the food and the drink. Right? So he's, he makes dogs last

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a little while, you know, the situation that I was in. And I could have, you know, I could have easily just just ignore them and move on with my life. But I didn't know I was only out of the fear of a loss of time. So the Volcker Rule, does anyone remember the third one?

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Give me back.

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The worker forgot his backup seed.

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He raised a bunch of

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sheep,

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a few years, just to keep all of your time. I'm trying it and trying to see who knows the best

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song that isn't final word

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is a bag of seeds. And

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for some difference, he left. He bought some ships. And then he raised the ships. And then after a few years, the other men came back and demanded that the ships and Where's my money? And where would that money, raise the ships. So if you can take all that, okay, so mantic waits for for some seeds, this is the gist of it. And he raised some sheep for that person. And he took that money took it as the loan, whenever the person came back, asking for the money, he told him, I use that money to raise all of these sheep, and he gave me that sheep, all of it to that person. All Out of fear the loss of Hannah Montana, he did not get cheap with it. So it hurt him to this money. And he may have

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gone to a loss parents, I know that I was telling the truth of the situation. You know, their whole lives in a situation where I could have cheated, but I did it last time to cause that boulder to move out of the way completely. The point is, is that three men that were in a very tough situation, but they fear the loss of having this honor, they were truthful with what they said to a loss of power, and what's our meaning whenever you say that you're going to do something for Allah. Make sure that you really believe yourself when you say, don't, don't let it be half hearted. Right? You know, and this is something that's extremely important, especially in the society that we live in.

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Let me tell you why. Let me put it to you this way. The what is going on and what is wrong is extremely blurred. No one really knows what's going on anymore. Because no one bothers to go look into it. I enjoy what's what's how long based upon what my culture says, based upon what my family sees, is cut out and cut off. So whenever I want to do something, right,

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or whenever I want to start doing something cut out, and I don't bother to go find out what the profits, little arguments about this, and what this what the actuality of this is, I just do, right? And I'll do according to my standards, right? So, you know, I want to do this, I want to do that I want to start applying this, I want to start applying data, making sure that you're honest with yourself enough to go and find out is this handout or is this too long? You know, some people when you tell them that something is wrong, they say, Man, why didn't you tell me I was doing fine. You know, why don't you couldn't love to be ignorant if I was ignorant, that I wouldn't have been

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charged with some people go out of their way to find out their practices. When I get into this business. When I when I did this when I knew that, you know, my dress, the way that I did this the way that I'm acting with this person.

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They go into detail trying to find it, not based upon their desires, they go and they try to find the most correct position and based upon correctness, what is closest to online is messengers to one audience.

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Not based upon, you know, this will fit anymore. And this is more lenient, this will fit anymore. Right. Now, here's the last thing. And this is this is where the message that I really want you guys to take home. Do not fool yourself with what is gone. If you forget everything I said in this panel. Don't fool yourself with what is

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right. You know something in front of you is not right. You know something that you're doing is not right. Don't let say Bob give you all of those factors give you all of those things that you want to hear so that you can convince yourself that it's right. You have to be honest enough with yourself to say, you know what, I feel too comfortable with this. Let me go figure it out. Let me go check this out. Let me go ask about this.

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Don't just take things at face value, and then try to try to, you know, rationalize everything so that you can make everything cut out. Because once you do that you're leading yourself to destruction. So what I'm going to do is on law, I'm going to show you guys a video, this video is similar.

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So this is a new show that they started in Canada. It's called amongst the few at our, at our YouTube channel, right, and it has a bunch of little philosophies and things of that by some of the brothers and things of the sort. So anyway, this one, it's actually 10 minutes long. I'm just gonna show you guys the last six minutes, and then we'll talk about that afterwards. All right, so this one's called brownie surprise. Okay.

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I fast forward through the beginning.

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Someone hit the lights.

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It's a brownie.

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Being honest and truthful with yourself.

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Hello, and welcome to my

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channel price. And this is very nice for dessert. Enjoy with your family, and have all the ingredients that you need for this dessert. The first thing you do need one egg. As you can see, in this bowl, I have one egg. And this is actually a free range chicken vegetarian fed organic eggs because we want only the best thing we did for this meeting. The second thing you need is a box of brownies. And this just happens to be my favorite Brown, which isn't ready proper. And so this is the proper brownie mix. And as you can see, I've already edited the contents into this folder right here. Now the last thing we need is one fourth of a cup of vegetable oil. And I have it already over

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here. And of course, big bold so you can mix all the ingredients into and

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then you can use the metal baking pan if you like behind the glass baking bands, because the brownies and things don't stick to it after you get out of the oven. And the last but not least, the last and most important ingredient

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is the price.

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The main ingredient I need to do is mixing things together. Now I know what you might be asking yourself, you might be thinking

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isn't as bad for us to put such an ingredient in with the brownies? Well, first of all, I'd like to tell you that you don't have to worry about actually a Certified Professional food manager. And this is not a joke or gimmick traditional, I really am a Certified Professional.

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So now we're going to start mixing the ingredients into our role. And we're going to start by emptying out putting the bond makes it to the bowl, I'm going to have my one egg. And now I have the oil in there. And of course last but not least, are a special ingredient. Once you have all that in there, you can use a wireless or you can use a fork to mix everything together. Once you've

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emptied out into your baking back. And using silicone, make sure to get every drop of our goodness into the baking pan. So now we're going to do and I'm going to sit

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down for about 30 to 33 minutes.

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Let me explain to you the

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price, which is

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a bunch of kids who wanted to watch a movie. And the father refused because he said there were certain scenes that were not appropriate. And the kids argued with him that there's a lot of good in the movie that only a few scenes are dirty or just one scene is dirty. And then the rest of that has the most effect. It has the greatest actors and so on and so forth. So the majority of the film is just a little bit of bad, like the entire experience.

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Up to this point. So the story goes that evening, he cooks around his dog poop in the brownies. And then he offered the bonus and then he told them wait, there's one ingredient in the brownies. I didn't put some dog in it. And so would you continue eating. And so the kids they all refused to sit I went out to eat.

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Why not? And they use the same argument that they gave.

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And the rest of it is all good good ingredients to

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that even though a little

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goes back and the majority was good. It's still making the whole thing bad. Just like when it comes to the brownies, same thing should apply to the movies. And the story goes from that point on whenever the kids would say, you know, there's a movie that's out and it has a few scenes in it, but the best version from therefore we can go and see it. Can you tell them? Would you like me to cook up a batch of brownies? Okay, so that's it for this week's episode of a dev channel of legendary sharing with me down there some of the things that you live for the sake of a lot of time and more of this stuff and how it helped and how it improved your life and how it was a kind of replaced

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Remember, don't forget

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more of the good stuff. Thanks for watching.

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It's not over yet.

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Check my monkeys who said

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good.

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That's the

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so there's still a very, very important monster by the way I do happen to

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everybody got a point. And it's a very, very, very good point because the last panel to add a booster.

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Mark is a master's degree from the University. He just likes to do this kind of stuff to prove his point.

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And it's actually a really good channel if you go look it up amongst a few at every week. They started doing this a few months ago, every week they released a popular it's really really, really nice. The point is again, it's a really, really important point last time

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afternoon, or do not early last time and he addresses those who believe demons enemies of the battlefield, he's talking about letting suede actually be let them be so half of it about what Texan would have told them to.

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Do not dress your truth with falsehood. Don't dress something that's good with something that's not good and then try to make it all good. And then hide the truth which you've known to be the truth. Why when you when you know exactly what you're getting, right. And this would solve a lot of excuses and in not hustling mostly looking online. So when the human being stops making excuses for himself saying on has no 100 sided when you say one has no metrics inside of it, because essentially, all stakeholders share music constantly makes excuses for you. She's She's just a friend and all that type of stuff. I'm not I don't really look at her. As a girlfriend, I don't really think anything's

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wrong. We just saw we just like we just like we're not flirting with just being friendly. You know, whenever I touch her, I'm not actually touching her. Like in that way. I never really needed that and that kind of stuff. At the end of the day, you're really just fooling yourself, but you can't pull off sometimes. You can't fool the loss of time that's out. So if you lie to yourself, at the end of the day, you alone and you're the one that's going to be held accountable, right as one of you know, a sister starts to wear Hey, john, hey, john, is everything should be covered except for the face in the hands. But then the dresses start to come up to like right here and then right here

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and then right here. And then the pants start to come off like mid calf and stuff like that. You're not fooling anybody. You're not fooling anybody. You're only fooling yourself. At the end of the day, the last hour is going to hold you accountable. I'm sorry, that was offensive. But it's the it's a fact. Don't lie to yourself. Don't lie to yourself, when a lot reveals something to you. Don't lie to yourself. When you know something is true. And Amanda's messengers have a lot of them say stop there. Don't say well, it's not all that and most of it is good. And this is okay. And this is okay. And this is okay. Why do you gotta focus on the bad stuff because at the end of the day,

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you're going to be lost

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with us and our loss parenthood's Anna is the one who is most merciful with you. He already gave you enough color. He already gave you enough things that you could do to make your life easy and to make your life you don't have to go looking around for the how long you don't have to go live and disguising the truth so that you can make your life a little bit more convenient. So we asked him last time to bless us and shall we ask the boss parents to make us firmer on the truth who's going to be my two minute reflection reflection guy? If no one comes forward I'm appointing on cost

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don't don't go back to this when you guys were doing so good Mashallah.

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Don't go back to this yummy confluency. I'm going to I'm going to reflect on this. Just two minutes.

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Two minutes to share your advice.

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All of you. Even like the leaves are gone.

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You guys gonna be doing close by next month

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Don't make me leave feeling like affiliate Come on somebody who's gonna reflect for two minutes and

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I'm leaving microphone right here.

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I know you're not going to

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do my seminar,

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which I think they might have covered the topic pretty well.

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During the news,

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I think just gonna add just a little bit of a little bit of a twist, inshallah. So in the topic of being truthful, when you want to make sure that they will be truthful with yourself, Allah subhanaw taala in terms of everything that we talked about today, but you don't necessarily have to tell everything, the whole story, inshallah. So when it comes to being critical of something that happened, someone interviewed, you don't necessarily have to tell everybody about everything that you did all the sins and everything like that. Some of the people like for example, I have a person that I work with. And, you know, he'll start telling me about himself and what he did that day and

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what else happened. And you know, he's in a position of leadership, and in person and other people who aren't all you did this, and you get that and we're supposed to be a leader, and how can we trust and things like that. And so when we want to be truthful, we don't necessarily have to say everything about our about ourselves. And I think I mentioned once before, there's a man who came to the seminar and

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was in their presence. And he said, Oh, it was just dismissed with the right. mindset, oh, you, you had to build yourself after Allah had screamed, you write a lot of things that he had committed the sin, but he was one

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concrete firm, so everybody know about the sin, and then delete the tweet and long story short, you know, this man, he gets upset and he leaves and the last one, whatever you desire, following a good deed,

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whatever the case was, in this case, this person was talking about his sins. Allah subhanho wa Taala, had

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had a web he made this thing, this is between him Allah subhanho wa Taala. And the President made a sentiment. So you should seek forgiveness for your sins, but you don't have to make it apparent. So just adding a little bit to the nature

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is that

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so exposing your sins is an exception to the Bible. I think the only time that you should expose your sin is one.

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One, should you expose yourself

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when you're seeking help, right? So Sam doesn't say, Hi, Jason. If you know, it's not like the elephant in the room type thing where you ignore seeking help for it is something that you can do, you can do. So if it's a sin that you need help with seeking advice, how to get over with it, you know how to get over, then there's nothing wrong with seeking advice from the shopper whether or not you want to go out and blurt out everything that you do philosophy of concealment, because that

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lessens your chance of redemption. Right and really redeeming yourself.

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Anybody have any questions?

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No

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hesitation.

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Senator

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Sanders was really amazing.

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I'm pretty sure it applies each and every one of us. But one thing that I was thinking about was like when we're being truthful.

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You can tell sometimes it's a lot harder and a lot easier in different circumstances. And one way that I found I know, this topic has been covered a lot. But basically, it's the group that you're surrounded by. And if you basically feel comfortable with your sin, and in that gathering, and even being truthful about it, is no use because I you're not holding yourself accountable, or you have no health. But if you if you are in a group where you if you forget to hold yourself accountable for you know, messing up or slipping out when you go in intentions, you have your friends there to hold you accountable. So I guess I was just thinking about this would be like this made a lot easier if

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you're in the right setting with the right group. And if you're not and it becomes harder and harder and so basically you forgot what you're doing in the first place.

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And the last thing,

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I'll just mention this, make sure that you don't just believe in a lot of the messenger slides, I want to make sure you believe online and messenger.

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When you see something in the water, and when you see something in the public's eye, so don't hesitate, don't, don't sit there and try to analyze it with your own logic and say, Well, this doesn't make more sense. This doesn't make more sense, this doesn't make more sense. You have to believe a lot and the messengers have a lot of money and not just believe in the one must be sold. Because those are two totally different things. And when they have a lack of will they allow us to do the true form on the province, Iceland comes to them and says, I'm elected, I'm a prophet. Okay, I believe you are, what do you want me to do? You know, I went, you know, from Jerusalem, to Mexico,

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to Jerusalem to the to the heavens and came back in one night, I believe you. There's absolutely no hesitation except me not from along the messengers of aligning yourself. Right. So accepting what comes from Elon Musk recently, someone was also an aspect of following the truth, anybody else will have anything, any of you guys.

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Some,

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something that my body's telling me

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reminded me.

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No, any one of us naturally, whatever we do, there's a way to benefit us, you know, give us more motivation. And truthfulness, there's more than one meaning.

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There's many repetitions. And one things you mentioned that I really like is being truthful to myself. And my dad used to always say, eventually, we'll do something that made me happy, or you can always benefit that, you can always change your intention. Like for instance, you can say, for my friend, to do so and so go swimming, make the intention to also do for a second. And now you have the benefit. Just like if we're going to go play sport, and if someone says, Hey, I'm gonna pay to play the sport, we're gonna do is we're gonna do something more have fun you.

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So we can do the same thing.

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And I will never do this, but I'm going to do it right now. If you get a chance to attend the next week, then do them in shock because I'm going to tell them a story about someone who's very loving, and a monitored a person who really embodies being truthful to oneself. So if you get a chance to shut up, do come to the filament shop. I wanted to tell it today, but I didn't want to start the story and then have to cut it short, like I did with the other students. So we will talk about mention also next week. Anybody else?

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Anyone else?

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hesitation. You guys are caving in on Quizlet talk. Anybody else? costs five. Exam how fast our application is not delivered. So we'll try your best to make it to the convention next week in Charlotte line, Houston. It's going to be really amazing Michelle at the time. I hope that I'll see you guys there. centerline.