Omar Suleiman – Omar Ibn Al Khattab R.A – 10 Unique Virtues – The Firsts

Omar Suleiman
AI: Summary © The history of Islam is highlighted, including the legalization of the Prophet sallali alayhi wa and the importance of ethics and compliance. The shaping of individuals and setting boundaries to avoid harms is emphasized, along with the use of animals and guidance in achieving success. The Spanish legal system is also discussed, including its use in establishing justice and self-pacing and accountability, as well as the upcoming trial of the Prophet Omar and the use of information provided by police to determine who should be in charge of the trial.
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Welcome to La Habra, Katelyn

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Smith Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala analysed to the Lord and he was happy to be here woman Voila. So welcome back everyone sha Allah tada We are now in part two of Satan Ahmed mahapatra, the law of Thailand. And I think that all of you can appreciate the challenge of trying to cover the life of armor and health on the low tide and on how to even choose where to start because with almost all the low tide animal

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while he is not superior to other vectors of difficulty alone, we should say that from the very beginning that from our creed, we understand that there is no person that is better after the Prophet slice on them than Abu Bakr Siddiq with a lot of time. But the life of Amato the a lot of time and on particularly the Salafi model, the wild type animal is a lot deeper than the life of a bucket. So the whole of the a lot of time until because almost khilafah lasted a little over a decade. Whereas a little bucket with a lot of time. Of course, his khilafah was only a little over two years, most of which was solidifying and holding everything down after the death of the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, rather than initiating a system of what life would look like after the death of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam for the Muslims, whereas in the case of Ahmed all the time, and who you have the genius of the ethics of Islam, and what it looks like to have a just ruler in place for a long time, and taking everything that he learned from the Prophet slice of them and implementing it in the most beautiful, and in the best of ways. So here's what we're going to do tonight with the 90 Tada. Tonight will be the most instructive of the lectures on all the law of Toronto. Why because I want us to focus on 10 virtues of Amaro the Allahu taala, and how some of

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which are unique to him, and some of which he simply excels. And they are ethics and assign virtues in Islam, that he implements in the best of ways and the most beautiful of ways. And even the ones that are unique to him. There's a reason why they are unique to him. And we can derive lessons from that in Charlottetown. So if you're a note taker, this is your lecture to take notes from and Chatelet Santa. And then next week with the 90 Tyler, we will talk about his khilafah particularly as a shepherd as a leader. And we'll also talk about his death and his legacy will be a lot of time until next week. So tonight with the night Otto we're looking through 10 things that are unique to

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him all the time, where we can take some instruction from for ourselves. The first thing that I'll mention in this regard, because it's not one of the virtues is simply that he is an answer to the drought of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam there is a reason why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted Amaro the low tide animal to become Muslim so bad. He saw something in him he saw many things in him all the time. And it can truly be said that Allah subhanho wa Taala has customized this one man about the Allahu tada and home for his sake, and for the sake of Islam, and that there is not a single person that you will find after the Prophet slice. I'm going Of course,

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because I will back it will be a lot of time I'm home. We mentioned his public his virtue always, above all, not all the time. But just a single person from home so much hate so much good can possibly stem. So the very first thing that I'll start off with is being divinely inspired to truth, divinely inspired to truth. This is a notion in Islam. That's very interesting intuition. Do we believe in intuition?

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Do we believe in righteous intuition that a person starts to have righteous inclinations and hunches? Yes. And to put that in perspective, we all have our fifth law right? So Allah has created us innately good. And the fifth law guides us towards towhee towards monotheism, towards mercy towards justice in Allah yet motto, be the ugly will essence have other things that are not worthy Allah will be distinguished by the fitrah is innate within all of us, the more sincere we are with our intentions, the closer we become to our fitrah the more that our natural actions are

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intuitions our views start to line up with what Allah subhana wa tada has intended for us. Okay, so the more truthful we are in our follow up in our seeking of Allah subhanaw taala the more our intuition becomes sound as well. And it starts to line up with what Allah subhana wa tada has intended for us. Now, does this mean that intuition ever overcomes revelation? No, but Subhana Allah the Most? The most profound example of that was one of the earliest biographies that we studied, which was Zayed bin Ahmed, who failed the uncle of Omar May Allah subhanaw taala be pleased with him both. Zaid, of course who died before the Prophet slicin received revelation. But without knowing

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anything of the Quran, without even living to witness it already, was an advocate for tau hate for monotheism already was stopping people from burying their daughters alive, already took exception with some of the economic injustices that he was witnessing already, you know, had an aversion to alcohol and find it found it to be unholy because his intuition was sound because he was so sincere in his pursuit of his own fifth law of his own goodness, no person

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that you will find, like almost all the time, in this regard, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would praise over and over and over again first we start off with the fact that this is a this was a supplication from our model the Allahu tada and we all have heard the dura where we ask Allah Subhana which Allah Allah and the haka what is opening what is open at t bar? Arenal Valentina Valentina, what is the kinetic de nada and another narration are all model the alongside and oh by the way, this is his dura that we trace where he was reported to have said Allah, an Indian Hakka, Hakka what was the very original belt in adulti Allah? What were filk me the HD NaVi again Allah

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Eddie Nene, Hakka, Hakka what were physically the very original belt in a bounty or fitness niche Do not be in the singular all muddled the a lot of time and who used to make this your Allah show me the truth as truth. I want to see the truth. I'm not afraid of the truth. Now sometimes a person says I wish you wouldn't have told me that this was haram or did you have to ask or did you didn't have to look into it? It's like when when something's a little bit doubtful. Like Please don't ask because I don't want to know if it's head on. I know a lot of you are thinking about certain restaurants and your heads right now. I don't want to know if it's head on because if it's head on

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or if there's an ingredient in it that I can't eat, then I'm not going to be able to enjoy my food. I'm not alone on who is saying Yeah, unless show me truth as truth. Edie Nene, Hakka, Hakka I want to see the truth for what it is what will fit neatly at very so Pamela and then grant me tofield grant me the ability to follow it. So don't just show it to me, then grant me success in following it. What Eddie Neil belting about it and I want to see false hood for what it is I don't want to hide from it. I don't care what the consequences of the truth are and what false it is. Show me what false hood is. And then grant me the success, the extra Nabil to stay away from it. This is why the

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Prophet sallallahu wasallam said in another authentic hadith lapad can a female public woman al Omani mahad de foon there were people in the nations that came before you that were spoken to, by who?

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By the angels, spoken to by the angels. Now, let's not get back into the whole Angel series. But there's a shape on that does West USA, right? There are also angels that prompt you. When a person is so determined to have their neffs be purified their self be purified. It's like they're hearing the angels that are speaking to them not like in a conversational way but they are prompting them. You know when we say more Hadith that someone that speaks Hadeeth Maha death is spoken to the prophets lie. Some said there were these special people in the nations that came before you. And in one narration the prophets lie some specified money is slightly people that were so righteous that

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the angels would speak to them. And the profit slice that I'm set for in your coffee on Mati ahead if there is anyone in my oma that's like that fit in the hole Allah, it's on the allowance how to handle like he has spoken to, by the angels there in the comments on this as well. Again, this is an instructive lecture now in terms of the virtues and the lessons, that the reward of joy, the reward of striving is not just a Jessa is not just the reward, but it's before that and he died, then the unknown sabudana we will guide them to our paths and then manage the unknown. We are certainly mercantil yamano and then we will reward them to the best of what they used to do. So the guidance

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that Allah gives a person is actually a reward in and of itself for their moja for their striving, and so on. Not all the time who would strive so much

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against his knifes so much against himself that it was like he was listening to the angels talking to him at that point Subhana Allah guiding him and prompting him naturally towards goodness. And Amaro, the Allahu anhu described this and an authentic narration from him. He said in one of his quote the muzzle of the Allahu taala and F lahan income, if the hem income verily those amongst you who have succeeded, are those healthy the middle how're what primary what what primary well, hobby laser female doing a 60 minute Hadith The higher the he settled the a lot of time for him and conveniently he has succeeded amongst you, who has protected himself from hella from desire from a

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farmer which is greed, which is having high hopes in this world. Right? How is your empty desires Thumma his greed. And the third thing is a lot of anger. He said if a person is protected from these three things, then that person will be a successful person and he said there is no good in anything. Like there is an truthful speech. Phil Cole was said philomel was set up to be truthful when you speak to be truthful when you pursue to be truthful. When you ask, there is something about Amaro the Allahu anhu about his honesty that is endearing. Right? Sometimes, you know, when someone is just so honest, that, you know, you wish like you didn't have to say it at that moment. I'll give

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you one of those examples because there are many of them with the Prophet slicin and he was just too honest. Right? He hears the Prophet sallallahu wasallam say that no, one of you truly believes until he loves me more than everything, including his family, his wealth and even himself. I'm not only Allah Anoka just kept quiet there.

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But he said wait a minute, Yasuda Allah, he said, he actually was doing the calculations.

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He said, I love you more than my wealth. I care about my money.

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And I love you more than my family. He loves his family, but I love you more than my family. But he said, but I'm not sure that I can really honestly say that I love you more than myself yet.

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So Pamela, look out on it. Like why put yourself in that situation? Keep it to yourself, right? But he's too honest. So he's saying to the prophets, I said, Wait a minute. I don't know if I love you more than myself.

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And the prophets lie some repeated until I am more beloved to you than your own self Yama.

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I'm not worthy alone who went home. And he played out all of these scenarios in his head amongst them.

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You know, when someone says I would die for you. That's a nice expression. Except one, the bullet is coming your way May Allah protect us all. And instead of jumping in front,

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you're out the door. Amaro, the Allahu anhu started to play in his head the scenarios. If an arrow was coming to the Prophet slicin them, would I go in front of him, or would I? Would I run away? Then he played in his head, he said, am I happier when Allah bestows something upon me or when Allah bestows something upon His Prophet, slice them so somehow, on his honesty, he played through all of those things, and he came to little Sula, slice them the next day. And he said, I swear by Allah that you are more beloved to me than myself.

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And the prophets lie some smiled and he said, they are Amash, and now Amash. Now you're there. So his honesty Subhana. Allah was so much that he would speak it even in situations that would put him

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in a detrimental place or in a place that might be a little bit awkward because of his honesty. Well, the last time that I know so that's the first thing divinely inspired towards the truth Mohammed the moon, and that is why you have the narration where the prophets lie some of them said no, Canada being in Burundi cannot Alma if there was to be a prophet after me, it would have been Omar while the Allahu tada and the scholars that authenticated or that viewed that Hadith as authentic, they explained they said, or Omar will be a lot of time and his guidance to the truth and his ability after that guidance, what he would do after he knew something was true, but will the

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Allah hoghton I'm home was distinguishing about him and that is why he is Al Farooq. Al Farooq is the one who distinguishes between truth and falsehood. He sorts it out and then he exerts himself in truth and then he eliminates falsehood. That's how he is one of the alongside animals. So he is a person who is Mohandas who is spoken to the second virtue of our model. The other one which is building upon that is that the Quran agreed with all model the Allahu anhu on multiple occasions, almost a preceded revelation. With many of his opinions, Allah subhana wa tada descends for and to agree with the view of almost all the time on multiple occasions. One of them we covered in the

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story of soda with Xamarin while the Allahu tion and the art of hate

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The verses of hijab the most famous one is in regards to the prohibition of alcohol wine. Remember last week we spoke about this no one loved wine more than almost.

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Right? He literally only went to the Kava before Islam, he only went to the Kava, because he couldn't find his drinking buddies that night. That was the hobby of Omar all the time, who wants to get together with his buddies and to drink so when people are thinking, I hope I don't find out that it's head on. Right? Right. I don't want to know that it's head on or don't don't, you know, don't make it obvious to me almost all the time. And he was so sincere in his pursuit of Allah that He would ask Allah in His 200 Yeah, Allah make things clear to us in regards to alcohol. Now, by the way, in my opinion, Amaro the law and who thought that alcohol should be prohibited, even though it

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was something that he enjoyed. Okay, now realize the Sahaba those that used to drink were drinking, even after the intro to Medina, because it wasn't prohibited until a few years after the Hitler to Medina. In fact, after they won the battle of better hams, all the Allahu tada and Whoa, drunk wine after they won the battle of bet that before the prohibition came the famous incident, right, this was something that was known to them. And he was asking Allah, Allah make it clear to us and he was asking a lot to prohibit it. First, the prohibition came What

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do not come to the prayer while you're intoxicated, no drinking when you're coming to Selma.

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No drinking when you're coming to salon, then eventually the prohibition came down of alcohol altogether. And that was from the, from the intuition of a model the Allahu anhu as well. The revelation agreed with almost all the time, when it came to the captives of beddit. Very famous incident. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as we know he showed mercy to the captives of better now Mercy is a good thing. And this is the characteristic the holdup of Islam. However, though, it is a noble quality of Islam. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not yet in a position of power. We're letting those captives of better go would not put the profit slice I'm in

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the community in a bad situation. Why? Because what did they do? They went back to Mecca, they got their strength back and they came back for it.

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Right so they were not an honorable people. They were not people that would abide by the contract that they would not fight the profits license anymore. They were not a people that would appreciate the grace and the mercy that was shown to that and the profit slice and was in a very vulnerable place but the profit slice of them, he loved to show mercy. He loved to show mercy and Allah is more merciful than the Prophet sallallahu it was Sunday. He didn't want to fight these people in the first place. quotevalet communicaton Well, hello Cora nakoma said fighting was prescribed for you and you hate it. Right. But after they fought the profit slice alum was lenient. Now the profit

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slice alum showed them leniency and let them go too quick or model the Allah tada and who advocated for a sterner approach not to kill them, but a sterner approach with the captives to hold them to deter them.

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And he comes in with the a lot of time and he sees the profit slice I'm an advocate or the Allahu anhu both of them were crying.

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And not all the time and he said, Tell me why you're crying so that I can cry too. And you know, I want to participate

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in this crying VESA vitola so whatever it is, either it'll make me cry or I'll make myself cry, but I want to cry with you guys to everything was also last night. I will bucket and Amato the Ola where I'm from I write the profit slice I'm gonna say I will back in and I'm gonna did this I will back in and I'm gonna saw this. And it turned out that the verse came down where Allah subhana wa tada sat down revelation that agreed with the opinion of Omar all the time, and another time all not all the time and he said, what that I saw macom Ibrahim

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and I told it also last night Salaam, yada sola if you would take my palm Ibrahim, as a place of prayer. So Pamela that was on little the Allah Han who he just said, Ibrahim is our father who built this camera.

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If only he would take his place as a Muslim Allah as a place of prayer. Soon after Allah subhanaw taala revealed what toughy lumen mikami Ibrahima will follow Allah revealed the verse that agreed with almost all the Allahu taala and another situation again the prophets thy sons mercy of the love and obey even said the man who sought to undermine the Prophet slicin from within for the entire state of Medina tried to crumble the Society of the profits by some from within put the profit slice of them in a vulnerable place over and over and over again. Tried to hurt him some Allah Harney who has suddenly tried to unseat him plotted with the enemies from outside and inside I mean the love No

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Raven saloon was always plotting against the profit slice um, he never took a break, never took a break and the entire time the profit slice on was in Medina and when he dies, what did the profit slice I'm do the profit slice

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I'm not only pretty generic on him muscle loss I said I'm honored the request of his son to wrap him in his own garment. Something the profits nice I'm only did for him a little the

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panel I mean this was so dear to the heart of the profit slice um he saw the son who is a righteous man and the last son Abdullah was so heavy on the horn, and he he knew who his father was. He knew what his father had done. So he's looking for anything to give him some, some mercy. So the prophets I seldom maternal and Amina mercy to the worlds he takes off his garments and the prophets lie some shrouds of the love No, David said Oh, the head of the hypocrites in his own garments elite salon, I'm an all metal dealer and was trying to stop the Prophet slicin from leading the Salah. Why

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was it because he hated him?

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No Amaro, the Allah was afraid that this would send a signal to the Manasa T and that they have a chance. Continuing your hypocrisy.

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You have a chance like if at the end of this also last lifetime is so merciful that he's going to pray on you despite everything you're doing to harm him.

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Then they'll think they have a chance Allah subhanaw taala revealed the verse in Surah two Toba verses from verse 80 to 84, that Allah subhana wa tada told the Prophet slice I'm not to prey upon them. And this is of course, the fifth of this. The jurisprudence of this is that you know that there are people that might commit major sins and one of the ways that a person can deter from a major sin is that the Imam or someone who is known to lead the Salah, would abstain from the Salah in this situation. And this is of course debatable. The point is to deter people from you know, the sin that is committed so from their hypocrisy so Allah subhanaw taala revealed in regards to a model

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the law over and over and over again verses that agreed with the opinion of Ahmed all the time, and Subhanallah this relationship with the Quran, by the way, is one where Amaro the Allahu anhu also saw the importance of the preservation of the Quran in written form as its most huff

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especially once maceda min Khattab started to kill the off when the father were being murdered when the those who memorize the Quran were being murdered. The Quran was gathered in the house of hopsital the Allahu taala and and Amaro the Allahu taala and who wanted that the Quran be gathered in copies so that no one would be able to claim that it's not preserved so that no one that so that if all the files were killed, the Quran is protected obviously Allah subhanaw taala is the one who preserves but this is from his wisdom with the alongside and one the part that we do and he pushed a little beckel, the Allah tada and hope to where I go back it'll be a lot of data and who said

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Phelim? Yes sir? oamaru euro Gianni hattah Shatta Hala, who, sadly the daddy colada at daddy Kennedy

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that Amaro de la appealed to me until Allah opened my heart to it. And I saw what Omar was trying to say I saw things the way Omar saw Now usually we're accustomed to the opposite. And will bekende will be allowed on who sees things exactly the way the prophets licensees things are a little the Allahu anhu follows suit. Right. And this is from the humility of Rebecca subdeacon or the Allah and also to recognize that the truth is with Amara in this regard, he has a point here, he has the point here and so the commissioning of de debnath habits will be a lot of time and effort to then collect the Quran from the collection of hafsa though it was memorized by multiple companions at that point

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comes from the pushing the insistence of all model the allot of time upon of a bucket a study called the Allahu taala and so this is the second thing which is the way the plan would agree with him about the Allah tada And the third thing and this is a really blessed category, there is no person who the prophets lie some had more dreams about the normal the allowance that I know panela no person who the profit slice on would see dreams about more than almost Allah tada angle and there are several dreams and I'll go through them and Chatelet to add on the first one. Probably the most famous of them. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said so this category three is virtues

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the prophets dreams about him. He said, Bina and Anna in one of our a to NASA your aldona la la him kamasan minha Maya glovo Satya minha Maya Bravo Jonah darrick. He said Salalah Hari, you assume that I saw my oma the people displayed before me and I want you to ask yourself if I was in the dream of the profit slice and then where would I be? Okay. Well, so last night Sam says some people had these shirts that only covered a part of their chest. Some of them had garments that went down to their knees, some below that so basically people are in front of the profit slice um, he's seeing his oma

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and while he's looking at his oma, he's seeing that everyone has a different shirt length. Okay,

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And he said while I was watching that strange sights upon Allah, He said Mandala Allah your honor rhodiola hota and whoa Why did he call me soon your job ro Amaro de la and who walked in front of me and he had this long garment that he was dragging or the allowance that I no longer with his huge height while the a lot of time and a garment that he is dragging kalu when I weld, Sahaba Sula, they said, O Messenger of Allah, how did you interpret that dream? Remember the dreams of the prophets lie? Some are ye a revelation? What was the answer of the prophets lie seven?

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He said a Deen

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That is his commitment to the dean. That's what they're at. And that mentioned a TMS stick with Dean, the way a person holds on to the incluido Ma, Tina come back over to take what we have given you. It's strength that Amaro the law and his commitment to the Dean was represented in that garments. I think of the Day of Judgment where everyone is standing under the sun, and people sweat in different levels. If you were in the dream of the prophets lie some how long would your shirt be? This is one narration about Alma or the Allahu taala. And another narration Which one of you just alluded to, that also lost my son I'm sorry, I saw in a dream that I had this cup of milk

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and I was drinking from this milk and then the milk started to flow out of my arm out of my fingers. So that's the last slice I'm seeing milk flowing out of his fingers to where the profits I'm sending even was coming through his nails so like the milk is flowing abundantly from his hand sallallahu wasallam and Amaro the a lot of Thailand who was catching the milk. And Amaro the Allahu anhu was drinking from that milk. They said from a welter who Yasuda Allah, how did you interpret that a messenger of Allah He said Allah in knowledge, Allah claim that the knowledge of a model the law and what was like it was flowing through the hands of the Prophet slice on the fingers of the prophets.

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I some he was so eager, so eager to catch everything he could hear every word from the prophets of Allah heart, he was on panela you know, in Medina, there's one narration about almost all the Alona which is very interesting when we talk about particularly circles of knowledge, okay, that Omar or the Alonzo had a neighbor, that was from the unsought that if he could not be around the Prophet slice um, he would assign that neighbor to go be with the Prophet slice them to basically tell him everything that he missed.

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That was the eagerness of all model the Allahu taala animal to capture every single bit of knowledge that he could from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, another dream Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam said now I'll read this only in English because it's a longer dream or so let's I'm said while I was sleeping, I saw myself at this well, and I had this bucket so I was pulling out of the well as much as Allah subhanaw taala health had willed for me to pull out of this well so then I handed the pail or the buckets elbow bucket on the Allah tada angle, and he said, Abubakar, or the law on her pulled some of it, but he said there was a lot of there was a weakness in his pulling all

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the Allah, May Allah forgive him for that weakness. Now, by the way, this is not sinfulness. This is what they're referring to the time the khilafah the succession of abubaker to the prophets license that doubleback couldn't make any mistakes on the law on who was there weakness? No, he's talking about the dream slice on the time that he had. It was a short time that I will buckle the law on her pulled what he could from that well to follow after the profit slice and then russula slicer, I'm sad Amaro the amount of time and who took over the bucket.

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And also lost my son said, I never saw a person stronger than him in performing that work. And pulling from that well, was the last lie Some said in his dream I watched on little dlo pull from the well until every single person drank to their fill, and even the animals had knelt down so that they could drink from it as well. Now what's one of the things that you will learn about on level the level one is khilafah His justice even reached the animals panela so the water that almost all the Allahu anhu was pulling now by the way, what is water in a dream, it's its guidance, right? Allah refers to it as revelation. So the goodness that comes from a nap, the goodness that comes

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from that water. The fourth one is a funny one. subpanel It's funny but it's also beautiful or similar. So I saw him says while I was looking at agenda he said I heard the footsteps of Bilawal the Aloha

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and the profit slice and I'm also felt the presence of unsustainable the Allahu anhu. One day we will talk about so the prophets lysozyme is aware of blood and on Sudan. May Allah subhanaw taala be pleased with them. Then the prophets lie Some said I saw this beautiful palace and he said that there was a woman that was doing Moodle, on the side of the palace. And the Prophet sly salon said the palace was so beautiful. He thought it was his

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Pamela masuleh sigh some have seen a palace in Jannah and it is so beautiful but also last night someone said I thought it was mine. So I asked to breed it his Salaam is that for me?

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Is that palace for me? and debris Ronnie his Salaam said rather that is for all of the hubbub around the hotel and so the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said for the character Li Raja Rama I remembered the lira the jealousy of Amaro the Allah I'm hoping it will lead to him with Iran so I quickly went away from that palace. Like even the prophets like some knows the era of Amaro the allot of time I know that he was an honorable man and I didn't want to offend their own model the law and you imagine the profit slice I'm saying that I'm looking at his palace and Gemma and I saw that there was a woman on the side of the palace doing well and I realized that's all model the law I know his

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house as soon as you realize I'm told the profit slice on this is formidable. So last night Sam said willing to move it I quickly turned away because I remember the leader of our model the Allahu tada and now if you're a model of the Allah, I'm sitting in this gathering, when the Prophet slicin is narrating this, what are you thinking? Like, wow, that's my palsson Gemma.

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Can I see it? Yeah, this little law, What color was the was the exterior? You know, what was the woman's name? What was the river like? Like he could have asked all these questions right? He could have taken the moment to like smile, like, think about the bragging rights because also last night Sam is narrating this dream after fetchit in his message and Omar is sitting right in front of them.

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Right think about the boasting rights you have on the Sahaba but what did the Sahaba say? I don't know the Allahu taala and who started to cry? What is he crying about? He said the abbey enter were only out of sort of love my mother and father be sacrificed for you a messenger of Allah. Nika ha

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you feared my jealousy. Would I be jealous with you? Yeah, to sort of, like I made you uncomfortable. in Jannah looking at my palace

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How beautiful is that sincerity? That's where his mind and his heart went? Like jasola Wait a minute, you know? You want me to have a veto with you yet? Also let me know I would never have to do with you. We got to sort of know like, How can I do that to you in Jenna. That was the immediate reaction of Allah, Allah tada and which again, some harmless shows you His beauty, his sincerity in that regard. So this is the third thing that we take the third virtue which is specific to our model, the yellow animal, there is no companion about whom the prophets liesman had so many dreams, always dreams about his height, His goodness, and about what he has in the Hereafter is parallel

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with all that demand fears Allah subhana wa tada as if he is a person who is not going to be granted agenda. The fourth thing,

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the chiffons, fleeing away from our model, the law of time.

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This is a famous narration side that we will cancel the allotted time. He said, then I'm gonna hop on over to the law, he saw the law and he was selling more in the hoonah, Switzerland and Quraysh you kalimna who were stuck through

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that under the law and who had asked permission to enter upon the profit slice at one time, and he had some women from grace that were speaking to him were stuck fitna which means they were asking for more now some of the Sahaba they said that the Prophet slice alum or some of the commentators, they said that the Prophet slice alum was being asked from these women something of more in terms of, you know, some expenses or something, right? They were asking for something that was material and its nature from the profit slice of them. Okay, now the problem was, okay adhia 10 aswat ohana, salty, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, their voices were louder than his voice of Allah Han. He was

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selling profits liason was was shy, he was modest sallallahu sallam, he would sit with the women of the community. And they were speaking in a louder voice than his. And then once they heard that on all the Allahu Tada, and who was outside, they all went and they hid behind the curtains of the house.

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So I'm not only allowed to ask permission to come in, the women that were sitting with the profit slice on them a minute ago that were raising their voices in the presence of the messenger slicer they were hiding, right. So I'm not only allowed to add and Hofer Edie and Allahu Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam for Johanna Amara rhodiola and what are pseudo Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam yelled Huck This is in Bihari now Amaro the Allah and who walked in the profit slice I'm sitting in the middle of the room and the profit slice I was laughing

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This is our beloved one so the lights on he's laughing at the situation but he just witnessed that the women hid from our model the alone I know after just a minute ago they were talking to him they were asking for more their voices were getting louder with the profit slice I'm when I'm not on the line who came they all had almost has no idea what's going on. He walks in and he sees the profit slice I'm laughing. So I'm gonna be allowed to and who says APAC Allah who cinacalcet Allah. May Allah keep you laughing.

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On messenger of Allah, may Allah always keep you happy. Allah. Why are you laughing? So the Prophet sly someone said, You know I'm not I'm laughing because there are women that were sitting here just now before you came in and they had no problem raising their voices when I was sitting with them but when you came in they all when they started to hide, so I'm not alone. He looks out and he calls out some What does he say? You enemies of yourselves?

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I do what and for sequent enemies of yourselves. You have haber with Amara not with the profit slice on you have all of Amara not with the profit slice I'm like What is wrong with you?

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So one of them calls back out to a little DLR and says in a shed what other love men rasulillah are in Mecca for low love Min rasulillah he sallallahu Sallam because you are harsher and harder harder than the Prophet sallallahu wasallam so they they call back out to all middle the low on who and fought back when he made that comment. Now by the way Subhan Allah these are the worst two qualities that a person can have right? No couldn't have been hollywell calm and fragomen Holic literally the same two words that allow us to the Prophet slicin them if you were fought one Valley they'll call harsh hard hearted they would have left they would have fled from you so on level the level on who

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says wait a minute Really? Am I am I a fog for Allah? Is this true? So now he's concerned one moment he's you know, he's advocating for the profit slice and then the next moment he's he's afraid so he looks to the profit slice on them who is laughing at the situation and also the loss of Allah hottie who was selling them and he never lies the lies and I'm even whether he is joking whether he is sad, the profit slice on only speaks the truth. He says well, the enough CBD he said I swear by the one and whose hand is my soul? My lucky cat shavon who Sadie can fudge gem cut inla silica fed Genova fedrick sobre la hardy who was something? I swear by the one in whose hands is my soul, my lefty aka

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shavon Sadie can fudge janpath shavon never sees you taking a path in LA silica fed generally referred except that he takes another path shavon will not even be on the same street as you.

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That's powerful. shavon does not want to be anywhere near you. Oh, all

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right. So what the prophets lie Selim is so Pamela and this is beautiful. That also last night, some insult anyone in this process that you make anyone feel bad? No, it's Pamela. But he's comforting Allah and giving him a glad tidings

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that you're not father, one believer. You're not harsh hearted or a person who is in a way that is not praiseworthy. Right, too harsh. But the harshness that you have is against the shape on to the point shavon you think the woman fled from you in this regard? shavon would flee from you as well.

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Now, what does that even mean? Is that just an expression? And this is something that's really important for us to take. What has Allah subhanaw taala tell us about following the shape long, we know the impact of shape on upon us that West was shaped on whispers and although the law does not assume he's not infallible, shavon can whisper right.

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What is the impact of these these words? Allah tells us what in regards to following the shape on when to tiberiu photomontage shavon

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don't follow his footsteps. Don't walk behind him. Okay. And was was alkalinize he whispers

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and when you remember Allah,

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He sinks shavon knows to penetrate your fortress when you're not on guard. And your fortress is the remembrance of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah Subhana Allah and hijaab Rahim Allah to Allah He says about this all model the Allah Canada EMA Vic panela first thing he was always in a state of decay. Always in a state of remembering a lot like the the man's whole life is like he's walking because

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everything about him is wicked. He's remembering Allah subhana wa Tada. So shavon never catches on level the Allahu anhu not alert. He's always on guard. So one of this one of the implications of this hadith is that shavon lost hope. Like I'm never gonna get that guy. Let me go try to bother someone else. He's, he's a lost case. For me. That's the first thing the second one Subhan Allah which is a very beautiful implication of this is that if shape balm can even be in the same place as you How can he even whisper to you? So Allah says don't follow the footsteps of shaitan that's after he whispered and then you start to Okay, let me entertain this a bit. Let me start walking behind

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him. But that's after you've given him entrance to come whisper to you. So if you don't even let him in your space, how's even gonna whisper to you

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So it's like almost all the time who did not even give shape on hope lots footsteps into his path. I'll not put such a barrier between him and the shape on shape on did not even have room to whisper to him. So Pamela This is really really important. None of the Sahaba were merciless none of them were infallible right. But do you ever see your own model they

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make a mistake. That is safe Pani in its nature that is devilish in its nature. No. his mistake sometimes is he gets like in her they BIA right well, the allowance out I know Amaro de la disputed with the prophet SAW something he was wrong that day. Right where he said we should go forward to sort of love but that was not out of a place of ego. It wasn't out of a place of desire, a place of something evil, right? It was something else. I'm the one who never, you know, allowed his knifes to give place to the shade line to where he exceeded the bounds in that regard, in a way that suggested a lowly self of his taking control of him while the allot of time. There's another narration from

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half subtle, the level in a top Ronnie that the shavon has never met my left here on the shavon has never met Omar all the time. I'm in a slump since the day he became Muslim.

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Like from that moment Subhanallah remember what we talked about last week? The story of Amara becoming Muslim like would you see this man and the way he was acting that day? I mean, he's fighting all the enemies of Islam. The Muslims are marching behind him that same morning he was going to kill the profit slice on them.

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But Subhanallah from the moment that he read bah ha

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that was it. It was like the cepung said

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this is our parting bye bye all right Subhana Allah he had gotten to armadyl the law I knew enough to to inflame him to go kill the profit slice alum but once on the law and read the Quran and changed that day shape on parted ways with online well the Allahu anhu so that's number four. The shavon would flee from him while the Allah tada and number five is Eva is worship.

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He saw the law of town and he mentioned that there was no one amongst us that was known to pray the night like our motto the Allahu taala and remember, those of you that watch the Ramadan series on meeting Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam this narration where the Prophet slice of them was walking the streets at night listening to the piano of the companions of Rebecca on the line whose voice was too low and prophets lie Some said you know, Why is your voice so low back it'll be a lot of time and who said you had a sort of lot the one who needed to hear me heard me I was making him who needs to hear me hear me which is Allah subhanaw taala It's okay if my voice is low, and the prophets I said

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raise your voice a bit. And the province license holder I muddled the law on why are you so loud

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at night when you break down like you're walking anywhere near the house of a model the law I know you can hear his voice booming with the Quran throughout the night and he said yada sola I was reading that loudly after the shale clean so I could make the sale theme flee so panela I was reading loud so shale theme would flee everywhere around me. prophets lie some told them Lower your voice a bit. So I'll go back under the law and raise your voice a bit on model the law will lower your voice a bit but it shows you the mentality I saw the Allah mentions that on model the law and hold that there was no one amongst us that was known for his night prayer, like our model, the

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allowance that annual and his voice was too loud to conceal, you know, he had such a deep voice. You know, someone would that deep of a voice even if they tried to whisper it doesn't work.

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Right. His voice was the deepest amongst the companions, and almost all the law and who needed no loud speaker, right? That's why they thought when the Prophet slicin was dying, let's let Omar lead because everyone will hear almost all the law on her leading the Salah. He was so loud with his recitation and he couldn't conceal his crying. Like you could hear his crying throughout the night above. So the Allahu Allah and Allah. He says that Omar the Allah Han, who had two tunnels under his eyes

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Subhana Allah from the amount of crying that he would do at night when he would read the Quran. It's like two tunnels, like the tears had eroded a part of his face from the amount of crying that he would do when he would recite the Quran at night. And almost all the time. When he would hear the Quran. They said he would he would he would be as if Allah subhanho wa Taala was addressing him

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addressing him directly. So one time he went out, and he heard a reciter Rizzuto to tour. And when he heard the reciter resorted to tour, and he heard the verses about the punishment spell up the punishment is what worried when he heard the verses about the punishment. He said, beat up in Canada by the Lord of the camera, he's talking to me, Allah is talking to me. And he became so distressed that he fell sick for some time. It'll be a lot of time when the people would come to visit.

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him not knowing what caused him his fatigue, like our model, the law, I know heard the verses of the Quran and they stung him sometimes because he worried about himself all the time. And this is something by the way that I want us to take as one of the most important lessons from the life of Allah. Why does everyone love the story of the law? I know his strength, right? anytime you want to put someone in line, right? You want to put someone in check. You reference the story of a model the law on why am I being this rough? Well, I'm not on the law. I'm homeless like this. Why am I talking to you this way? Don't you know? I'm not on the line who spoke this way? Why am I you know, you

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know, we justify our anger or we justify our harshness, sometimes we're trying to reference or model the long term. But the thing is, is that if you don't have the tahajjud of Allah don't use the stick of Allah.

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You don't have his night prayer, don't try to claim his stick.

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His standing at night, made him harsher on himself than he was on anyone else to where when Omar will be alone who was rectifying the affairs of people, there was never any knifes in it. There was never any self in it. And people knew that, you know, some how long when you have a leader, and you know that the leader works harder than you.

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What does that do? It naturally inspires you. And so when the person tells you, you know, gives you that nudge, to move further to do better, you know that it's coming from a place of goodness, and that that person leads by example. They always knew that although the law was harsher on himself than anyone else, that he pushed himself more than he pushed others. And that just as he was trying to cause the shale team to flee from him from his voice when he was praying at night, in the way that he managed the affairs of the community, he was causing the shale team to flee. He was bringing people to the best versions of themselves or the Allahu taala animal so I'm under the law and will

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push the people to enable them by the way, this is instructive even in the leadership of all not all the a lot of time on her side the castle the allot of time and who mentioned when when Amato Delano appointed him in charge in Iraq, in Kufa

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the first letter he receives, you know, you imagine like this is going to be your instruction, you're going to be the governor of one of the two edocs

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you're because at that time they called Kufa and Buster on the to Iraq so you're going to be a governor of a mighty place. On model the alongside I'm home. The first thing he starts off with, he says in a hammer family Command D assala. He said, Listen, the most important of your affairs to me, I'm appointing you as the leader is your Salah half is Allah Allah

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be mindful of your prayer, guard your prayer for in NACA in bojana to her because if you lose your prayer for Anthony Massey wa Alia, then you will lose everything beyond it. You lose your prayer, you lose everything, like Subhanallah This is my first instruction to you as a leader, as a governor, not to be savvy, he didn't give him some technical instructions about being a political leader. Be mindful of your Salah because if you lose your Salah then you will lose everything after your prayer. And so that's the fifth thing we see from our model the law no of course is worship is something that is distinguished with this other call this charity with is fasting and everything

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like that number six, perhaps the most distinguishing factor of his khilafah is is added and we're going to talk about his either His justice in sha Allah tala next week with Allah when we actually talk about some of the things that happened under his NAFTA. But you know, the the narrations in this regard are plentiful. The famous story of Amato the alongside Idaho, where he said to the people do not make the limit the dowry to limit the mob and a woman said to me all the amount of time that you cannot limit what Allah Subhana has added did not limit and almost all the allotted time and who said and this is the Sunnah of Abdullah Zack. He said the woman is right and Omar is

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wrong. Like she put me in my place. I agree. She's right. She told the truth, the story of set amount and fantasy law, the law of demand and who were all muddled Ilan who stood up and he said listen and obey hear and obey which is the way that they would start as they're about to give instructions as the for the fatten said nano the law and then said well law He then asked Matt, what animal clear we will not listen to you, nor will we obey you and Amaro the law and who did not say, hold on come here. Let me let me make an example out of your own model the law said Why

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can you tell me why I want to know why because this wouldn't come from you as a man unless there was something and he said, You took two garments, two clots for yourself and you only gave us one cloth.

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So Pamela like you think about the affairs of the oma. Right? When you have leaders like that. That's that's just that is something else. You know, imagine if that was the complaint we had with our leaders today. In the

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Muslim world you took to free yourself and you gave one everyone else. Right? And under the law and who could have just said said, Man, give me a break. I'm the Khalifa. I can take two clots and give you one. Instead, I'm under the law and causes son Abdullah to explain that Amaro, the Allahu anhu is so tall that Abdullah gave him his cloth and they weave them together as one so that could cover the body of almost all the allotted time. So he actually did not take too and give everyone one set amount of the law and he said Now we will hear an OB

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Okay, cases close them. Pamela that is the justice of alma rhodiola hotel and there are a few other narrations that I'll mention some of them not as well known. And you Mama sharpedo, Hema hola he says that one time, because this one's very practical for you when you're buying a car, okay?

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him I'm sure he says one time a lot of the law, took a horse to test ride a horse, he was the halifa and he was looking to purchase a horse. So he test ride, took the horse for a test ride. While on model the law on who was on the horse. The leg of the horse slipped

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and broke.

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Couldn't be because he was so big, Allah knows best but the point is the horse messed up in the test drive.

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So I'm on the low tide I'm home. He came back to the penny gave him back his horse with a broken leg. The man said, Alcoa, he said I want judgment.

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On what is the halifa.

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Right, like what do you mean judgment? You know, go find another horse? No, I'm not on the line who said, okay, you're right. He said, Who do you want to judge? He said that out a lot in that be sure. I mean, the man said I will not be pleased except with a judge named shoe right from Iraq, who was not even a Sahabi. He was a tad Berry.

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Amaro de la Andrew said, Fine. So I'm going to the Allahu anhu called, should I, I mean, surely has to judge between the halifa and the horse dealer.

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By the way, this doesn't absolve car dealers, right? If you know that the horse of the leg of the horse is broken before you give someone a test drive of the horse, then it's on you. Okay. But with this car slash horse in this regard, should I heard them both out? Should I said to a little dlo Andrew, he said, Look, you took the horse and it was healthy, and in good condition. You should have returned the horse in the same way. So should I ruled against Omar all the time.

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And he told us a lot about the law and you have to either replace them with the horse like it, or you have to pay him the damages, or model the loss of time and he said, I like you your apology? No, I appoint you as a judge. So he appointed him as a judge in Iraq just because he said your judgment was fair Make sense? And you know what, you're going to be a judge now. Because you judge against me, you had the courage you had the integrity, to hold that judgment even against me, you get to be the family. Now. There are multiple narrations Subhanallah too many of them to go through one other ones are needed and will save a lot of the a lot of data at home because there are multiple ones

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that involve non Muslims remember that enough of our spread. And there were many non Muslims now that were from out of them that lived under all the allotted time. One time, you know, there was a man that disputed with a Jewish man and under all model the law of God, I know no model the law and he ruled in favor of the Jew and the Jewish man responded and he said so doctor, Allah said, You've told the truth or you have judged with truth on the 11th anniversary, he poked them he said, How do you know? And he said because we find written in the Torah that none judges with the truth except that Allah sends an angel on his rights and an angel on his left and they keep him steady with the

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truth and if he abandons the truth then the angels abandon him another time we're all muddled the allot of time and who saw an old man from from the people of the book and he was begging for charity and all model the Allahu tada and he looked at him and he said, a husband I mean, come min kill jizya fee Shah fee shabby, vatika hudna min Cal jizya fee shabby baetica that we took from you the jizya we you know, we took the tax from you while you were young, from Malaya Anak Fie Fie chaotic, and then we lost you when you became old? No, no way. And he took the man and our model the law of tide assigns for a portion from beta not from the public Treasury to meet his needs, the story of

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Ahmedabad, also the alongside and his son, honorable the Allahu anhu was, of course the conqueror of Egypt under on model the Allahu taala. And the son of amor, whose name was Mohammed. So this wasn't Abdullah Ross. This was another Sunday Mohammed bin Ahmed Ignace, who was a horse writer, and he used to race with people and he raced with a Coptic in Egypt, a Christian man in Egypt.

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This man was asleep.

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And the man beat him. So what did he do? He went to him after the race and he hit him on the head with his with his whip. And he said, unable to Accra mean I'm the son of the nobles here. I'm the son of the conquerors I'm the son of the nobles. How dare you humiliate me this way? The man Subhana Allah heard that a lot of the law and when Medina doesn't let this type of stuff goes, go so he makes his way to Medina to complain about the son of the governor of Egypt talk about taking a risk.

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He goes to Amaro the law and he complains all the time and summons Amina us think about the sensitivities of this, to leave Egypt, leave your post and bring your son with you.

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And come to Medina

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offer this man Subhana Allah brings them in front of him. And he verifies that this indeed took place. He hands the whip to this Christian man. And he says to this Coptic slave, he says, whip him back.

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Go ahead and hit him the way he hit you. All this is happening for that reason. The man was hesitant, but almost all the law on his shirt and he said hit him back. And then he said now put the whip on the head of Amazon and also the low tide animal because it was in his name that you were humiliated. panela like just to establish the balance in society. That's the justice of armor. Now you might read that you say maybe Amaro the Lord had something personal with armor, or the allow anyone This wasn't an excuse? No, because guess what happens also in his khilafah Omar had a son named Abdur Rahman. Now Omar By the way, were all my other imams here. See at least one

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all right, all model the law on who named three of his sons I'm the Imam, because the Prophet slice of them said the most beloved of names to Allah have the right man and Abdullah. So I'm like man and Kabir. He had the big man, the middle man, the small man. He literally named them that way. Okay, so this was one of the other commands in Egypt. And he became intoxicated and he also committed Zina, he also committed adultery.

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Now, this is the son of a halifa By the way, Subhanallah it shows you, you know, Pamela, that he Daya is so in the hands of Allah subhana wa Tada, sons of prophets, sons and daughters of the righteous people, you know, not all of Amara Lila and his kids turned out like Hassan Abdullah, may Allah be pleased with all of the companions. So he must stop he slipped. And it was severe to major sin. I'm gonna ask was the governor of Egypt, he decided to carry out the punishment in private and he barely did it, you know, just kind of like symbolic but in private because let's not make a scene. This is the son of the halifa. I'm not alone when he heard about that. He called her up.

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And he treated him publicly carried out the flogging, the way that everybody else would be have it carried out Subhanallah to establish justice? No, no, my son is not going to get special treatments, because he's the son of money. Absolutely not. So somehow both of these situations involve an awful lot of time. The seventh thing in the law yet mobile adolescent is mercy.

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People don't think of Amara Lila on one regards to His mercy but his mercy is special. It is special and SubhanAllah. The beauty of Abu Bakr and Omar may Allah be pleased with them both. Is that when I will buckle the alarm assumed khilafah abacha was known for his leniency. But he needed to show some toughness in the face of the apostasy of Muslim and kidnap and that threat so much so that almost all the law I know thought he was being a little bit too harsh. When all the aluminum assumed

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he was known for his harshness, there was a fear maybe he's going to be so hard. Instead we see the leniency of our model the law and what came through the mercy of Allah or the law of Thailand who came through and this is actually a darat that almost all the Allahu tada and who used to make Subhana Allah should that and also the Allah and who said that from the frequent duras of Allah. He used to say Allah hum in Nila, Ethan for how many hours a week Make me strong. Allah in the life for Coveney Make me strong. Now he's talking about physical strength. He's talking about what the profit slice that I'm said the strong person is not the one that overcomes others. It's the one it's able

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to lead the Omni canossa who ended up the one who's always able to control themselves and anger that strength. So he said Oh Allah, I'm weak. Make me strong. We're in Nisha dejan. Yeah, Allah, I'm harsh. I'm severe shouldn't

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no Subhana Allah, self awareness is the most important ingredient to teskey after sincerity after spiritual purify you know after sincerity in your in your process of spiritual purification. Are you self aware or not? Right? You know, all the

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Who is self aware? says in neesha deeds. Sometimes I'm too severe Fellini make me lenient leaney make me merciful. What in me behave for Saxony and sometimes I'm stingy. So make me generous.

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Oh Allah I am weak. Make me strong. Oh Allah. I am harsh. Make me lenient Oh Allah I am stingy make me generous Pamela this was the drought of America but all the a lot of time and on multiple occasions on a lot of time and who also used to say, Your humble manner you're humble you're humble the Hadith of the Prophet so I said um whoever does not show mercy will not have mercy shown to them when you're thorough manner and he who does not forgive will not be forgiven by Allah subhana wa tada whether you're a fool or whether you're a man lamea fu Wella you Nana yet

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normal de la tada and who said that whoever man they are hammer your home whoever does not show mercy will not have mercy shown to them. And whoever does not forgive will not be forgiven and whoever does not pardon, okay, whoever does not pardon will not have a laugh or will not have pardon shown to them. And whoever does not protect others will not be protected. And this is also a narration from our model the last time he once had an incident where an ambassador be allowed to and who said that there was a man that had requested permission to speak to or model the law in front of the people. And he accused the Amaro the law analyze the relief of all sorts of things. He said,

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Well, law he, you do not give us enough, nor do you judge with us and justice made these heavy accusations to almost all the time. And Amaro de la tada at home, you could start to see the anger that was inside of him from the accusation like I do everything to establish justice. How dare you just come and try to throw this accusation in front of the people? And he said that I

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said to him, yeah, I mean, I mean, oh commander of the believers in the law to Allah Catarina v sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for the life, what motivated Maru for the ANA Jacqueline to show forgiveness to enjoy and what is good and to turn away from the ignorance so he said on model the law of town and we immediately It was as if the men didn't say anything to him. SubhanAllah he calmed down right away. But the best part about this narration is the last part of it by the way, he says, What can I walk off and and the key tabula that Amaro the A lot of times I would always be stopped by the book of Allah meaning he adhered to the book of Allah subhana wa Tada. So he stopped

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that where the poor and told him to stop like right away, the Quran says this, okay, so Mariano Alpina. We hear and we obey, there was absolutely no hesitation when it came to the Quran. And this of course shows in his legal system, all the Allahu taala and all not all the a lot of time No, of course is famous for waiving the punishment for theft in his time, because there was a time where people were poor and so those especially that were stealing food, in particular, the poor that had to steal food all muddled a lot of time did not carry out the head of that. He also told the Allahu tada and he said that for me to relax the punishments, this shovel hat by granting doubts to the

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person and loudly let her do that this shovel had a humble man Minh and akima fishable heart he said for me to relax punishments to not punish people by making excuses for them by casting doubts on them is more beloved to me than applying punishment to them while I have doubts about whether or not they are guilty or not. So I'll model the Alonzo showed mercy in that regard as well of course the mercy to the animals the mercy to anyone that had any complaint in his time while the Allah tada and number eight his humility and will the Allah tada and I'll model the Allahu anhu demonstrated a tada humility in every way. He used to say all the Allahu anhu Rahim Allah whom and in a year you will be

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Rahim Allah, Allah. May Allah have mercy on the one who shows me my faults.

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He said, if you're not going to be willing to tell me about my faults, then don't sit in my presence. I don't want people around me that are not going to tell me that you made a mistake here you made a mistake there so panela as self aware as he was on all the low unwanted people around him, that would humble him and show him his faults are the Allahu Allah and Allah tala Anima. He said about Omar while the Allah I know he said, if someone said to Alma it tequila, be mindful of Allah, his entire stature would shrink. It was like you watched him shrink, because someone would tell him to fear Allah immediately. He shrunk all the time. And he was extremely attentive. And he

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would listen to what you were going to say next. But the words

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to freeze or model the low tide and pour it tequila fear Allah. Pamela we hate people telling us things sometimes right correcting us, no one likes to be corrected. I'd love them about Rahim Allah. He stopped giving advice to the people. They said, How come you don't give him a car anymore? How come you don't give advice to the people? He said, because I don't really see people want to hear advice anymore. So I just stopped. I stopped telling people things about themselves, I stopped giving people advice, because I feel like no one really wants to hear it anymore. Where are the people that are seeking, they'll see seeking that sincere advice. So a lot of the law, if you

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started off a sentence with him, it's up to law, child, adult, rich, poor, whatever your status was in society all not all the time and who would shrink in that regard. And by the way, this is a sign as well of his distance from hypocrisy because the hypocrite Eva hasami fragile.

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When they get into arguments, they transgress, they become heated, they start to curse they start to yell, where do you see your model? The alarms were yelling, cursing at people being filthy with people when does our model the alarm will become vulgar with people? And why is it ever from his load from a lowly place doesn't happen with him or the alarm because his anger was always righteous anger all the time. I'm one of my favorite sayings from our model the Allahu anhu In this regard, because what do we what do we usually attribute

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strength to the person with the loudest voice?

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Sometimes, the person with the loudest voice dominates the gathering. Right? Or the loudest tweet,

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the loudest on social media? Right? They rumble everything by their loud voices by virtue of their loud voices. Amara, the Allahu taala. And he said, la yorgi Vanakkam Mina Rajamouli. Pantanal to who pantano to who is his Do not be impressed by

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Pantera to who is his is the volume of his voice. Don't be impressed by the roar, the loudness of a person's voice. What can now who Amana what kefan are the nurse who originally was panela. He said, don't be impressed by the volume and the voice of a man. That's not a real man, a person who can raise their volume, he said, but rather if a person fulfills the trust of people. What Khalfan allow the nurse and restrains himself from hurting the honor of people for who are watching Omar said that's a man Subhana Allah like that you want to see a strong man, a powerful man, a person who holds himself back from taking away from hurting the honor of the believers from taking away from

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the honor of the people. So it's apparently the opposite of what we attribute strength to in that regard. The story as well of Hoda mazon, who is a ruler from Persia, when he came to Medina, will be a lot of time. And by the way, there are about six narrations of our model the law on her taking a nap out in the open on his shoes. The Khalifa of the Muslims used to nap outside with the shoes under his head, just pick a tree in Medina and just take a nap and he wouldn't set up a body guard. So Pamela that was his habit. Well, the allowance on his sohoton was on the pompous ruler of Persia, the famous story, it doesn't have a center to it. But the famous story of what it was and when he

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came to Medina, and he asked to see on the outside and home and he's expecting to see a palace like the one in Persia instead, they say that's all model the Allahu anhu right there. I mean, the most powerful man in the world is actually sleeping under that tree on his on his sandals because you know what on model the Lord I know did not sleep at night, but he'd never missed his kalola he take his nap every day. He always took his nap. So his nap was out there under the tree. So he looks at our model the law and when he says the famous words Kempter phi delta m into n into a counter for delta for m into an MTA you ruled her camp with justice adult Anita so you were secure financially

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so you were able to sleep amongst the people in this way like you didn't have to worry because you didn't wrong people to where you had to run away from people. You establish so much justice amongst the people that you didn't have anyone to run away from you were able to just sleep out in the open in that way. So that's number eight. We learned his humility or the allowance and number nine and inshallah Todd I'll try to wrap up because I know arratia is is coming up number nine is one of the hardest things to come to terms with with his story. And it's good sometimes to read the biographies that challenge your your lifestyle, but

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let me let me preface what I'm about to share his his, his asceticism is poverty worthy a lot of time.

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Sometimes we look to the Islam that lets us feel like everything we're doing is okay and we don't need to challenge ourselves a bit. And just like sometimes we need to read about the fear of Allah to balance us out because our hope is becoming delusional. Sometimes, we need some of these harsher or strict

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examples from the companions of the Prophet slice on if you're looking for the companions, they used to wear nice clothes and they used to live in nice places and that enjoyed good food you'll find them Amaro the animal is not that person.

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And I want to actually mention what he says about himself. This is an authentic narration of no case while the Allahu taala and he says that one time amarante Allah tala animal he said that do not think that I could not have a fine life. No shit too if I wanted to lead to a burden was Lila and whilst Lina was Allah. He said if I wanted to, I could have had the finest cuts of meats.

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The best livers I know that for some of us, we don't eat liver. I don't eat liver but that was you know, it's a fine piece of the best cuts of meats the best liver he says, I could have had the best food the best of living and he said I know what a good life is like. I mean he used to live that life before it's not right. He said I could have had all of those things. When our kidney a step Thea has an RT for in Allah azza wa jal was of acquirement part of the Habitat for Humanity confy hieratic madonia was dumped out on behalf he said but I chose instead that I want to keep my good deeds to be rewarded later on, because Allah has described some people as those who have enjoyed all

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of their pleasures in this dunya and they have left nothing for themselves in the hereafter. All the a lot of time and one time saw Jabba didn't Abdullah the longtime

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and Jabara de la and was walking with a big bag of meats.

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And he said to jab it will be alone in a beautiful Sahabi virtuous, the hobby he said, Java, what is that? like as if he's doing something wrong? Deborah said Yamuna momineen it's meat.

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And he said, Java, what did you do? He said, I bought a lot of meat. I mean, what did I do wrong? It's meat slama and don't make this a vegetarian. A vegan. Hello, please. All right. There's something else to this. And Amaro the law and also nahama kinda what made you do that? Like, why did you buy all this? capital the law has stated, I just felt like eating meat. I desired meats, Amaro the law and I said, Oh, coolermaster hater. She understood it. You mean every time you want something, you just buy it?

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amazon prime

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impulsive buyers. You mean anytime you just feel like getting something you just buy it?

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And he said don't Didn't you hear the words of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, where Allah subhana wa tada set of habits on pyy batsi comfy hi article, Virginia, Western tax on behalf Don't you fear that maybe you're getting all of your goodness in this life. And this is another narration by the way. Again, don't turn this into a vegan halaqa but Amaro the Allahu anhu he said, Because meat of course, was considered the way of which a person you know, enjoys their food. And this is actually an emulator where he said he Akuma left him he said beware of eating too much meat for in Allahu beratan Kabbalah. He said that it can be as addictive as wine. Now, by the way, Mr. maryk Rahim

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Allah is the one narrating the narration and guess what my medic used to do? He used to eat meat. So there is something here to talk about balance right the importance of balance when we're studying the Sahaba of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So Amaro, the Allahu anhu was a person who was known for his poverty, his his asceticism, and who used to warn the people from being too impulsive pauwela is a narration Tim that if you have a comfortable bed don't always sleep on it.

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Take a break like a cm you fast from your delights you fast from your blessings and what does that cause you to do? You come out of Ramadan and you have an appreciation for those blessings that used to take for granted so sometimes a person should take a break and almost all the time I'm home used to advocate for that type of methodology that don't be an impulsive buyer don't just buy everything that you can yes it's fine there's no one that saying it's wrong. But is it good for your test kiya is a good for your spirituality just get used to the idea that I have enough money let me go buy it. I can purchase this let me purchase it or should you actually wait things out a bit, and sometimes

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deprive yourself not to a point of self harm, but sometimes deprive yourself to a point where you will appreciate the blessings even more. The last thing that I will end with self accountable. So Pamela, you don't find a person that was more self accountable than a lot of time and has so much so Who can tell me the most famous statement of mahasiddha most famous statement of accountability.

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I got an Adobe an English

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Not that one. Not Not that one.

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That's coming. And so let's

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but and Zack Malak

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MLR word you famous statement has evil unfair second problem to hassle.

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Hold yourselves accountable before you are held accountable was he no unphysical cobbler on Tuesday and weigh yourself before you are weighed, meaning your deeds. Put yourself in the scale of Allah subhana wa tada before Allah puts you in his scale for India who are a company savvy, and to hassle and foster chameleon,

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it will be easier for you to hold yourselves accountable today than to be held accountable tomorrow. Hold yourselves accountable. So Pamela with our own model, the Allahu anhu as many times as the prophets lie, some gave him the glad tidings of Jenna. As many times as the prophets lie some assured him all of the dreams the prophets lie some How about him the Prophet slice I'm saying that if there was to be a prophet that would come after me, it would have been almost all of these things and armadyl the law on who would go to her they feminine, the amount of the Allahu tada and who, who was the secret keeper of the Prophet slice Allah, Who knew the names of the hypocrites and asked for

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data? Am I one of them?

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Am I one of the monastics?

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Can you imagine that? That was the amount of his holding himself accountable where he would ask

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her they forget the amount of the allotted time to answer that question. Just a few narrations and Charlotte's out and then we'll stop. We find a narration where Omar will the Allahu anhu said lo nada Muna demeanor sama au Hannah's in the conduct your own agenda could look on my own illa rajadamnern wahida The heft to an akuna hula

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panela he said that if a caller from the heaven wants to call out and say oh, people, all of you are entering genda together, except for one person.

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He said I would be afraid that maybe that's me.

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That's powerful self accountability.

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I mean, would you feel pretty safe knowing all the terrible people that have walked the face of the earth? Like if a person called from Jenna and said All of you go to Gemini except for one person? probably think you're not that person or model the alarm Who said I would think that it might be me. But then he said, Well, oh nada, nada au Hanna's inner conductor Luna Illa, Roger and wahida La Jolla to an akuna hula.

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Then he said, if a caller announced that all of you are entering in the Hellfire except for one person, I would hope Allah subhanaw taala would make me that one person. That's the balance of hope and fear. And I answer panela with a little bucket called yellow and when he appointed him as a study for because we're going to pick up next week with his clean off all the time. As the shepherd leader of a bucket or the allotted time I'm only appointed him as the halifa I'm the love and material that will be a low tide. I know he said about a boba Sudeep he said after asanas Sonata, the three people are the best three people in regards to their intuition. The three that got things

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right. They saw things the right way. Were three people. He said the first one went to Sahib madeon hate to call it. Yeah, Betty is that Jericho in the higher minister Jared alcovy. I mean, the girl in madeon, who said to her father, right? Oh, my father appoints him because the best of those that you appoint is the strong and the trustworthy one meaning the girl who saw something in musante Silla. So that's the first person with great intuition. The second person, he said, was the wife of you, Aziz? When she saw use of it his Salaam and she said as a foreigner, oh, Nikita what other you know, he looks special. This boy has something in him. So, acronym Africa, let's take care of him.

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It might be that Allah subhanho wa Taala will benefit us through him or we would take him as a son and he said the third one of a bucket or the low tide and when he saw in almost all the time, that he was the proper halifa what a favor that apobec did for us or the Allah by appointing Ahmed as the Khalifa and Subhan Allah when you see abubaker or the law of Santa Ana appointing Allah as the halifa he's asking the companions What do you think? What do you think he's calling will say they've been late. He's calling but I'm not even sure if he's calling it might be thought of he's calling so they he's calling all these companions. He's asking them one by one for their opinion about Omar and

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I have to end with this one because it speaks to all of the virtues that we spoken about. The best answer he got was from Earth normal the a lot of time and realize it's not as literally next in line right? I mean, he's Earth not have an iPhone or the alongside

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who is more Beloved, who I mean he's in the running right? I will back it'll be a lot of data and I asked her if normal the Allahu anhu Tell me what you know about our hilltop. And this man said, you know, you know him better than I do, right? I mean, you know, I'm not of course it's Rasul Allah say some elbow back in and Omar right. And he said, Even so, yeah, Abdullah, speaking to Earth man. So tell me about what do you think about our model the Allah tada and

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he says, Allah Almighty

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May be unnecessary Raja who hiren min alania de la Safina and Islam.

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He said by Allah

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what people don't know about him does even better than what people know about him.

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How amazing is that? I know for a fact that if people knew his secrets

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they would admire him even more than they admire him right now. his private life would make him more worthy of the position that you are appointing him to than all of the public virtues that we know about him with a subpoena Mr. And there is no one amongst us that is like him will back it will be a lot of data and who he said rocky McCullough about dilemma Allah have mercy on you have Abdullah and he said well life I was not to choose him. I was going to choose you.

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Like Subhana Allah you gave me everything I needed to hear about our model the allot of time. I know I know him but I'm doing my due diligence but his private life is even better than his public life. His secrets are even better than what people know about him. All of the virtues of a model Delano can be summed up with a class with sincerity. We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to be pleased with him. We ask Allah subhana wa tada to be pleased with us. ask Allah subhanaw taala to grant us these noble characteristics, these noble qualities, these noble virtues and to gather us with the Prophet slice Allah with the companions with the prophets with the righteous ones with the martyrs and the highest

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level of agenda for the dose Allah I mean, inshallah tada next week we will continue with our model the law of town and we'll slowly learn more about the kind of you know Mohammed why the early heat will soften the edge Marian was set on wanting to live

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