Rania Awaad – Donating without true intentions Why good deeds may not count on Judgment Day

Rania Awaad
AI: Summary © The conversation is difficult to summarize as it appears to be a jumbled mix of words and phrases. It appears to be discussing a complicated situation involving a donor and a name, as well as a chain of events involving a medical school change and a chain of events involving a phone call. The speakers seem to be struggling to determine the origin of the events and express confusion and frustration over the confusion and frustration.
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On the Day of Judgment, that will those balances are not going to be heavy.

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In fact, they may be empty, even though people those people thought that they were coming with all these good deeds and charity and taking care of others and helping, but some of these things may not actually have counted if it was done with the denying of Allah subhanaw taala his existence. I think about this often, I think about things like philanthropy, you know, being generous in donations, how many people have donated, but with what intention, if you've donated for a name, or a plaque or a building to be named after you. The final year I was in medical school, they renamed the medical school, some fancy name of a donor. And all of us are like, What was the name of our chain of our

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school change? You know, and a wealthy person donated, I don't know that person's intentions, all I mean, to say, you know, a fancy name on a building, if the point was to do that, as opposed to a greater good a greater cause

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of being in the service in the worship of Allah subhanho to Ana, than did that actually amount to anything other than applause in the dunya and people going congrats

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