Reda Bedeir – Beautiful Patience – Tafsir Surat Yusuf #4

Reda Bedeir
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of being patient and not complaining during difficult times, as well as the loss of loved ones and the importance of being mindful of one's time. They also touch on the use of words like "will" and "will" to describe actions and events, and the importance of not complaining when others do. The segment also touches on the topic of adoption in Islam and the importance of not giving up on adoption. Finally, the speakers discuss the importance of planning for unexpected events and the use of shacks and shirts to describe dreams. They also mention a wall and a wallless plan to stop COVID-19 cases and mention a Facebook post about a woman named Hope who claims to have a plan to stop the pandemic.
AI: Transcript ©
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh dear brothers and sisters and welcome to our weekly Hello beautiful patience

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and I'm going to give you a few seconds to share inshallah the link with other people because the prophets of Salaam said at then you are hiring capacity to guide somebody you know to do something good, you will get the same reward like them without diminishing any of the reward inshallah so if you can share the link with other people, you will get the rewards and charm.

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Okay, so last time we stopped at a cliffhanger as usual. And

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like the last thing that we were talking about is when the brothers of Yusuf came back,

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and they pretended to be crying in the light. And they stained the shirt of Yusuf Ali Salaam, and they told their father, you know, that will save our time. So panel, and as you can see, according to a report to be I shared with you that jacobellis lm noticed from the shirt that has not been even torn in any way. And he told him, Masha Allah, what a merciful wolf he divorced my son without touching his shirt. So as I said, there is nothing called perfect crime. And then we stopped at how that jacobellis until that moment, he was asked in the last panel of four beautiful patients, and also subtle logarithms to an earlier moto sifu. And he like he asked if they help have a loss of

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planet or Tyler, to give him the beautiful patience to you know, accept the power of Allah and what they have done to their own brother.

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And beautiful patience. I'm not sure if I shared it with you before, when the pasta lamb was asked what's beautiful patience, he said, it's patience. without complaining. What do you mean? Like, you know,

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I can complain. So for example, I can say why is this happening to me?

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There's two types of complaining you can complain about a lot.

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And you can complain to Allah. And this is where some people get misguided like because there was a young man in one of the conferences, he came to me and he said, You always try to pinpoint some contradictions in the other books. Look at your book, you look you have contradictions, because in this is where jacobellis lm is asking for beautiful patience, which is Surah 12, series number 18. Yet, if you go fast forward and go to 86, you will find Yahoo himself, so panela complaining when when the kids came to him, you know,

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and they found him crying until he lost his eyesight. And then they said, like, you know, what are you doing to yourself? No, to lajitas Kuru use of that's the I agree for the one that I mentioned. Like, you know, you will keep remembering use of data kouwenhoven until you will be on the verge of death. After Konami that halycon audio will die. What did he say? And that's what I wanted to share what he's complaining, he said, on in

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school with the Hosni.

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He said, I'm sharing my anguish, and my pain.

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And my grief, with a lot

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of them will mean a lot.

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And I know

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that what you don't know, in the form of revelation coming to me from a loss of time, of course, he didn't know exactly what what exactly happened to us. But he knew that he was alive somewhere. And he knew that something bad happened to him.

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And he has always

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hope that he will be reunited with us.

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So there are two types of complaining and that's the lesson that we want to look first. There's no one to drive today.

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Can I complain? Yes and no.

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Hold on. You're confusing, man. Can I complain? I said yes or no. Can it be yes or no? Yes. You need to understand what type of complaint

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what type of complaint because one of them is permissible. The other one is not.

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Can I complain about Allah

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on desktop,

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why, you know some people when something happens to them,

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and they don't know that Allah Subhana, Allah created us in this life as a test and the test could be in the form of something good. And it could be in the form of something bad.

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And really love the more you, you, you live longer and you grow and you live like, you know, you go through situations, this is only start realizing so Pamela, when something is happening now and it looks bad, and you sit back, like a few months or a few years later, you're gonna say so Pamela, I was so anxious that I wanted this to happen. But Allah Subhana Allah made it happen in the right time where Allah, Allah, you know, removed it away from your way because it was no good for you.

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And this is what Allah told us. And so I had to when six when he was talking to the best generation of the Sahaba, I said,

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Well, I said and Takahashi in Ohio, you might dislike something, but it's good for you. Why is that? And taheebo say and you might like something

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and it's bad for you? Well, La Jolla Allah one two letter is only Allah who knows what's best for you. So accept the father of Allah and be content with it. So now the question is,

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sometimes, again, when somebody like go through a difficulty or hardship, he loses like a loved one, he loses like a child, you know, they can say, you know, why? Why me? Why Why do you do this to me?

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I'm a Muslim. And I pray nine times a day. Follow up my time today. Right? Okay. And able to have like four times a year, hold on only one time. And we hope we can go this year.

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And I fast Mashallah. 12 months of the, it's only Ramadan, you can do voluntary outside of America. Anyway, so the person who would claim that he's a good Muslim, and he does everything the way it should be, but then why is it happening to me? Why do I lose because this is dunya.

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It's a test. And a lot this by giving analysis. I love this by taking back. So in the first scenario, like gives, you should be grateful. And one last part that I takes back, it's his, he gave it to you as a trust, you should be patient.

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And that's the life of a Muslim. It's, it's between gratitude when given and patience when denied.

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If we understand this, nobody will be upset.

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So I can complain about a lot, because a low and two is the best for me. But yeah, now give me the type of complaint that the type of complaint that I can make.

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You can complain to Allah.

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And this is why like, and I told the guy when he said, Jehovah's complaining, I said if we if we don't complain to Allah, Who else can we complain to?

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Who is our final and like first and final resort? Who can give us everything? Even if we resort to people, the people that means it's Allah who's doing this, throw them. And that's the belief of the Muslim. Everything that happens to me, it's from Allah, everything that bad that happens to me, it's from me.

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This is why I'll share with you

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a story of some people who go to the extreme

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in understanding this or misunderstanding this. We went one time to visit a brother who was sick at the hospital. And we asked him, brother, why are you here? What are you complaining of? And he said, Nothing. stuff. I'm not complaining. There's nothing I said. So do you like to stay in the hospital?

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Do you like to be surrounded by doctors and nurses or something? like would you like to be this place? Is like No, I said, you must be sick. We're not asking, you know, for the sake of us, and we want to make the app for you. Want to give you some condolences. We want to make it easy for you.

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And he thought by sharing with us his complaining about a lot. That was the misunderstanding. And this one I shared with him the story of the processor and the best man ever. One week before he passed away salatu salam, he attended a funeral.

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And when he came back home, I shut down and had a severe headache. So when the professor walked into said what was you complaining? So yes, sir. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Yes, she was complaining, but not about Allah. She didn't say yo la Why are you giving me this headache? Y'all like to triple you know, strange title isn't going away.

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She's just talking to him. She wanted some empathy. She wanted some sympathy from the professor. She wanted him to say

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Something for her. She wants him to make that for him.

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Guess what the Gosselin said Ben and I

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both said, you know, he did the same thing. He said like, Oh, you have a severe headache. My headache is more severe than yours. Is he complaining? No.

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So that they can feel sympathy towards each other. And then they can make that. So we can complain to Allah. And we can share with people so that people can make to ask for us. The only thing that's impermissible, if you complain to people about Allah, look what Allah has done to me. You know, I'm a very good Muslim, and he gave me two children. One of them has autism. And the other one like, you know, has mental disorder.

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Look, and my neighbors, they, you know, they don't, you know, submit to Allah subhanaw taala. And they have, you know, five cars, and they have, you know, two houses, and they have five kids with blue eyes and blue hair.

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It's Allah who gives whatever he wants? And are you measuring the pleasure of Allah, he's content with you, by what he gives you. And by what he gives others, when people do it in this dunya Allah gives all of them even if they don't know that Allah is the rub, he will provide for them. But what really counts as the afra? Is the person said, in the law, how often do you make your head on my life? Allah give this worldly life alone give a lot to people for those whom you love and those can be done he doesn't love to penalty

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when they can also do that in your head. But Allah subhanaw taala gives Deen to whoever he loves in the lie that I have bad then it Allah listen to this underline it write it down if I love someone who keeps thinking so can you repeat after me Allah loves me this one keeps this thing

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make it resonate here.

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So the more tests you have, it means the more love Allah have free because I felt like I had to be patient and accept his father.

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So we need to understand this concept inshallah so we know when to complain and when not to complain. And the last part of the set as the person I'm sorry, said he said in the law either hubbardton you know, you know photography I'll come across as a fellow of someone who will guide him to learn his theme. So if you are in that path, that's also a sign of the love of Allah subhanaw taala of let me just give you correct myself the wording exactly, maturity level be faded new photography. I just remember that text now, but you will be harmful a sponsor once Good for you, you know, he will make you knowledgeable when it comes to your de las panatela you know, give us the tip

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of the demon shop. Let's move on.

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And I left you with a cliffhanger you know what will happen next is Allah subhanaw taala in the follow acid watch

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read the boom and after that came a caravan of travelers

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and then they sent what it means a levy to the person who goes to the to the world to bring water for them.

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So he put his bucket down

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and of course who is there who is there at the bottom of the world who is waiting for help use the valleys. So once he saw the bucket, he hold on to the bucket. So the guy was trying to pull the pocket up what happened is so use of hanging on to the to the bucket on a bush

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so when he saw use it and use it was given half of the earth He was like a bright kid. He literally said good news. Here is a boy and he saw use of honey center.

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Now, you know a funny situation. Some people don't they translate words in the Koran like literally Allah said Raja at Sierra. So somebody told me she I heard you saying something different, like car means car. Exit No, there were no cars at the time of jacobellis. So Yara in the Arabic language comes from ese is here means to walk to travel to zero full of traveling the land as well as what I said. So from that comes, say as somebody who walks or somebody who travels

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like musafir traveler, and then say Yara Allah, wasn't it for Allah, aka theory assayed or suffer. So So Yara here means people who go together and they travel a long distance.

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So Sierra means a caravan of travelers. So don't translate it literally. As those who said one time he said sure. He said, you know the the brother of unify

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So, um, his name is Vinny Amin. And that's wrong because Allah mentioned his name. You know, in the Quran I said never. It's not there.

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This is no no check. Let me decide if for you, you know, when the brothers abusive, came back, and Yusuf Ali Salaam told him if you come next time without a brother who's half brother who's young, I'm not going to give you any any food. So what did they say to the Father? They said?

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How do we have been out of cinema and ahana? Knechtel?

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When it's dead? Okay. They said his name is Nextel because they said, Oh, Father sinned with us, our brother nected. No, it doesn't mean that Knechtel is a verb. It's not. And so they are saying, oh, our Father sent our brother then we get a measure of food. nectar means from kale, which means a measure. Again, don't ever try to translate the prom, Italy. Okay, so going back.

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Last one, I said watch it. I'd say yeah, don't worry. At

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all. I wish I had that.

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Good news, we have a boy here. But then right away, unless it was rude, be a BA.

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They looked at him. They said,

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this is not any kid. This could look so bright. There must be a story behind him. Their family will be you know, looking for him. And if they found him with us, we're gonna be in trouble. You know what, let's make some business here. Let's sell him and make some money out of them. So let's say it was a rule. So a saga means you said a means to to hide something. You know, when you have a secret? You hide it in your heart? Or you go to somebody says no. Can I trust you with this secret? So Asara comes from 07 means secret. So they hit him with law as if he's a merchandise, as if he's a commodity. So Panama, let's stop your ask

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ourselves. Have you been through that experience?

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Have you been taken, and like put like in a, in a sack or something as as a commodity

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user for less than I have now is going to lose his freedom.

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See how many of us have been through.

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This is why this is what it is.

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is all about beautiful patience, is the mother listen to stuff. I've never been through this. But his finest animals patient,

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a child, he lost his dad. While he's still alive. He lost his mom, she passed away. He lost his own brother.

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He's losing the other twin brothers. And they are the ones who did this to him. Now, he's lived in the middle of nowhere. And now these big urban travelers, they took him as if he's something not a human being.

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Then Allah subhanaw taala said, while love it may be my man who knows what they're doing.

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in this situation, these people like you know, they were not honest, they did not go and say like, you know, whose boy is this? Or they try to go and ask like, No, no, they just wanted to get some benefit out of this is why a lot better right away after this. They said why Sharon will be there many bucks with Roku.

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Allah uses the word in the Quran. Sometimes, like with the exact literal meaning in other contexts, Allah subhanaw taala use it with the opposite meaning.

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Think about this. So the idea for an Arab now, which would be whereby Oh, who with a million bucks, and some even if you are some Arab now, they'll be confused. Because your study means to buy an E or B it means to sell so I use the word what shadow for you and me as an Arab What does it mean? They bought him? No, they sold him.

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Does this happen in the prologue? Yes. I'll give you an example. When when a nassima Yes, sure enough, so hope to America Tila. You actually means to buy no Allah saying womanliness amongst people. There are those who sell their soul for the pleasure of Allah. Meaning when they go into battle, and they lose their life, what are they say? What are they do? are they buying or selling? They're buying gentlemen, for Allah say they're selling their soul.

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So Allah uses the same exact words giving the meaning and the opposite. Like I told you before, you have no means to think to have doubts. Right? In Home reliable

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Let's talking about the disbelievers like no, they are back in conjecture meaning they have like they have doubts in their hearts

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the sapan Allah the same exact word is used in certain haka to give the completely opposite meaning somebody who's dead sure somebody who's certain Allah said when you receive your your record and shall on the day of judgment and your right hand, what are you going to say gonna be very happy raising your record as if like, you know you graduated with an A plus is how

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I made it. I got an A plus, I'm going to join that. Why? Lucky you in the donation to any molar in in Serbia, I was digital, I was certain that I will be standing in front of Allah. I'll be brought to account so I got ready for this. So number two is the same verb, which in other ISS, I have doubts here is like uncertain. So be careful again with the bra. Don't ever translate anything literally.

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Okay, so here's our last question. Oh, who meaning the opposite. So they sold have not bought him be feminine bus. Like for a paltry price for a very small price.

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Why don't I do that? You know, at that time, there were two types of coins dinar which is the gold coin and Durham which is the silver coin. Imagine selling a human being for some Durham's for some silver coins.

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Allah said, may I do that you can even count them? It's not like 100 or 1000. Or, or 10,000. No matter do they can count them in your in your fingers.

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What can see him in his that he did? Why? Because they wanted to get rid of him. Why? Because they said his family must be searching for him. As they found him with us. Like we're thieves that we're going to be in trouble. It's exactly when somebody steals like a cellphone. Let's say that telephone is worth like $1,000 and somebody steals it.

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Do you think he's going to go to the shop and sell it

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is going to go to the black market. Try to find like, you know, some you know

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people who who do end up business and he's gonna say

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would you like to buy this? You're gonna say how much is he gonna say? How much would you like to pay?

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It's worth like, $1,000

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but they're gonna tell him like $50 say, Man, give me $100 no $75 a deal if the money and you run away Why he just wants to make money because it's stolen.

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And the person who will keep it will be in trouble. That's exactly how they felt this while I said what kind of human is it? He wanted to get rid of him.

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Now Mr. SLM lost his freedom and his soul as a commodity.

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Think about this.

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What's going to happen next.

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Next, is taking now to the market as a slave and it's going to be sold.

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Allah subhanaw taala said while parlane is thorough, Miss OReilly marotti akademie

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and the one from Egypt. Oh, now he's moving from Palestine going to Egypt.

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That's what the story tells us.

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So I want you now to fasten your seat. Make sure that your ticket is confirmed because we're flying to Egypt from Palestine. Okay, because of the pandemic no traveling now Okay, hopefully inshallah we'll be open so. So now Allah said, what kind of promise and the one who bought him from Egypt said to his wife, numerati he, amazing enough. Allah didn't say his wife.

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He said for his woman.

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I wanted to do this research from the front, like from a linguistic point of view, and this is my interest.

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Every time Allah mentions a woman in the Quran by saying imara it means one of two things. Either that woman is not of the same faith of that person, or she doesn't give birth to children.

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And I'm like, I dare you to find me something that will contrary to what I'm saying. Let me say this again. I will give you examples from the Quran. When Allah said Zelda meaning like wife, they have to be of the same faith and have children because this is the the fruit of that relationship.

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If no children it will be referred to as a bra. A woman

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If the faith is not the same if they don't share the same faith alone, say in bra, but if, if these two conditions are fulfilled, I was gonna say is out. And amazingly enough, I'm going to share a story with you now we're one of them didn't have children a lot refer to her as a bra woman, once she got the child alarm referred to her as white soprano. So

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now, Allah subhanho wa Taala, for example, said,

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Adam is going into our zone to continue

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pulling, Adam and we said to, you know, live, you and your wife in general, I use the words out. Why, because they're all the same thing. And they have to.

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Now, here, we're talking about ISIS missile. we'll discover in a few seconds now that this is the image of Egypt, the Minister of Treasury, or both him and his wife.

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Are they of the same faith? Yes, they were idol worshipers. But do they have children? Guess what? The next part of the I will tell you that they don't have children. He said to her as

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a Am I gonna take care of him what

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we might benefit from him. I will not either Who?

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Or we can adopt him as a child. They don't have children. That's why she's referred to as an RA.

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Is adoption allowed in Islam. We're going to talk about this in a few seconds. That's another also rule that we will learn today. But the question here is

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Allah refer to her as a murderer, right? Let's talk about Zachary Allah salla.

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sicuri Elisa Lam didn't have children, but his wife would have the same faith. Right? So Allah subhanaw taala, when he and her were talking about each other before they had the idea, there was always a bra. He said,

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what kind of tomorrow it is, and my woman was barons doesn't give birth and he said, You know, he said him, bless him, but I mean, like wife as a woman. He didn't say what, right

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after he made the ayah and Allah subhanho wa Taala gave them yeah, here, Allah Subhana Allah said was the Korea is a sloughing Allah who's out, meaning we fixed his wife for him. She has a child,

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that of Allah homophilic towards the end of the stream. So number 66. Allah said, Allah said a parable, you know, little Edina, Amman imperata for the hour, he didn't say no soldier. He didn't say the wife of frown. Why? Because the Pharaoh was either worshiper and Asya was a Muslim.

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Even though they had children,

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you know the story of the woman who used to come home the hair of the daughter of frown, right. So, go and do your own research inshallah, every time I mentioned Zimbra, you know, one of these two conditions are not fulfilled if the two conditions are fulfilled, then she will be referred as xojo. Okay.

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let me start off by Mr. limber it a creamy mouthwash.

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You know, take care of him. I said I am Fina, you know, but

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maybe you will benefit from him. I want to tell you the holiday is adoption, you know, allowed in Islam? The answer is no. wasn't allowed before Islam. Yes. When Islam came what happened was abrogated. What do you mean by abrogate was canceled?

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Is there like a famous story of somebody who adopted somebody? Oh my god, like the prophets Allah.

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He adopted a different hand or the law. Why? Why? Look at the beautiful story. They was bought as a slave by Khadija delana for 4000 dirhams. Can you can you imagine now as it was bought for 4000 dirhams, and use it for a certain was worth like, you can count them in your hand 567. So parallel, so and she gives aid as a maid to the person to help him.

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And he lived for some years and one day his aid went to the market. And his father and uncle recognized him. They said save your life. Back in the days, there was a tribe that traded us attacked us, and they took you you're free. You're not a slave, and they enslaved you.

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And then they went with him to the prophets, Allah La Jolla.

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And they wanted to claim him back. So look at the beauty of the processor. Look at his manners. He said you want to take him back? Because this is the real bad this is like the biological father. And then they said Yes, please. He said okay, let's bring him in.

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He agrees you can take him on even in the month. But we have to give him the choice. So the pasta lamb called Zaid, and they came he said, this is your father, this is your uncle. Would you like to go with him? He said, No, I'm gonna stay with you.

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Why? Because of the way the person I'm treated him.

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So from that moment on, the professor Lim announced, he said From now on, you are jadibooti, Mohammed yahrzeit, the sort of moment and the Muslim adopted him, that was before the Quran was revealed.

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Then Surah 33 was revealed, I afford an eye five.

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So Allah subhanho wa Taala mentioned sort of in So effectively, and number four, you know, those children that you adopt the new claimed that they are your children, they are not

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there in it. Five, Allah subhanaw taala said it, there are only about him, called them by the names of the real fathers, their biological father, so that they

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went back and they said, Okay, now your state of Nevada again.

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Now, somebody might ask me, so I can't adopt? I said, Yes. Because, you know, Allah said, No, but then Can I do something completely similar to adoption? Without being unfair? Yes. What is the quote of Allah? sponsorship?

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What's the difference? Two things. In adoption, you give

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your name to the child, which is not true. And this will last that don't do that.

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Second, they will be written in your world, and they can inherit you, they're going to be taking the rights of your own children, or even if you don't have children, they're going to take the rights whom Allah decided to inherit you after you though, she'll do injustice. This is why Islam said not adoption, but something completely equal to adoption, without being unfair. You know, staying away from these two things, is called sponsorship, you can sponsor a child, and you can take care of them pay for their food, pay for the shelter, pay for everything, give them money, give them medication, but then don't give them your name. And don't include them in your practice. So if you want to do

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good, just took a foul and this was about seven said, and our cafeteria team from Jamaica, Haiti, I and anybody who will sponsor an orphan will be in general like this, you see is no, this is how close you will be to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and it's a golden chance inshallah in Ramadan, Now to do this, and I have, you know, Mashallah.

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Of course they're in just giving, you know, for anybody, anybody who wants to sponsor an orphan. Imagine if you do this, and tonight is a is a is a night, you know, that could be that later to the Father. It's not going to be just one orphan. It's as if you have adopted an orphan for at least three years. You can count how many people in Sharla.

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Okay, so the last part that I said, as I am Fina owner, who wanted that there was going to talk about use of now. So some of you would say, finally, at least Yousuf is going to the house, or the Palace of the Minister of Treasury. It has some, he has some comfort after all of these calamities that he has been through. Yes, but wait, something serious is waiting for him again. Yes, he will live some years there, you know, they'll have some comfort, but supply law as I said, he'll always in this sort of move from one client into another client from one problem into another problem from one hardship into another hardship and the common one is the toughest one. So what is it we're going

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to show later on but let me just continue this I am number 21 a lost pocket I said what can become a canal use?

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McKenna from you know, Tom keen, like, like empowering. So now I must matter. Spotify is giving use of Elisa Lam some sort of power

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machinet are useful for art. We give him power in the land. Why? Because there's going to be working for the Minister of Treasury or the Minister of Finance at that time. What do you know I leave my home into a hiatus now is Elisa Lam is being prepared to be a prophet. So let's further said he's going to teach him the interpretation of dreams. Remember, this was started with a dream and he'll be specialized in interpreting the dreams

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and we said this story is the story of the three

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three dreams and three shirts right we already so far shirt one three and one shirt, right? Okay, you know another shirt that's coming soon inshallah. So he had a last month I said, and we teach him the interpretation of dreams. So Pinilla

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We'll talk about the types of dreams before at the beginning of the episode of the surah.

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But what I want to tell you as a reminder, if you see something bad in your dreams, please don't share it.

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And if he says something frightening, like a nightmare, it's never from a man. It's from a shakedown and he wants to scare you. So say older Billahi min ash, shaytaan algae and don't share it. But if you see something good in your dreams, that's Rokia that's not what we have heard and we have rubia. So Hearn means like something that would be bad. But Roja is from a man it's something that will give you hope, to hear some commercial in a bright place, greenery all around rivers, electrodes, good people, nice people, you see the processor lemonnier dream, what else can you ask for streaming with some because he said salsola he said mantra me Feelin Me he socket Ronnie,

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whoever sees me in his dream, he has seen me in reality in the shaytaan data method, which I cannot take my form shaitan can take the form of anyone except the professor

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and also another relationship model and if he met me first I aurania whoever sees me in his dream, he will see me in Sharla in reality, on the day of judgment and shall we are lots of academics amongst them, who will see inshallah him and our role yet and we'll see him in reality, inshallah, on the day of judgment, and we asked a lot smarter to make him our intercessor and the Day of Judgment, inshallah. Now, Allah said, well, la hollyburn, Allah Ma, this is a very beautiful phrase, what does it mean? Even though it's like, very few letters, but it has a huge meaning. Well, lo Vani, would Allah MD meaning

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you as a creation, you might decide something. ambra means like a matter, like anything that you plan to do. I want to travel, I want to buy a house, I want to visit this and I want to do this and that and you have a plan.

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But Allah has a plan. So you have a plan on one side and Allah subhanaw taala has a ban on the other side, which plan will prevail, which plan will happen, last plan will always prevail. And this the meaning of Allahu Allah, Allah Allah, if Allah decides something, nobody can stop him. But if you and I decide something, it could stop. It could be delayed. So that's, that's the meaning of Allahu Allah, Allah MD, is exactly equal to what I was what Allah says in Surah

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85. So to broach towards the end, the last part I said, when he was describing himself, he said, For Lima, you read, Allah will do whatever he wills, nobody can stop them. But you and I consider them and if Allah read them, or you read Malaya file, you might have a plan, your wife will give you a list of 10 items, you need to do this before you come back home, otherwise, you know what's going to happen to you. Okay, and then you go out and supply unless something happens, like it rains, or it pours or, you know, it snows or like, you know, something happens to the car, and you come back home without doing any things you can say. Where's the grocery?

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In fact, to tell you the truth, you know, you know, and then what happened is like, I have a plan, and Allah had another plan. Allahu Allah when I miss the meeting, you know, I was planning on like to go into all of this, but something happened to my car, and I spend the whole day, you know, at the beginning, and it's not even yet finished. So I'm sorry.

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Sometimes somebody says, I will travel, you know, to New York next week to visit my uncle, so and so.

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And then you say to him say inshallah, he's gonna say, you guys are very backward, man. What do I have to say?

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I'm okay. I will travel. I booked the ticket. It's confirmed

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to New York, New York still there to visit my uncle. My uncle is still alive there. He doesn't have peronal from doula.

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I said.

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So I did everything possible. I have a plan. But guess why not?

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A in in effect.

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Never say, I'm gonna do this tomorrow without saying

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that's what I was teaching you Why?

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You might have perfect plan. But

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I want you to remember this all the time. When you have a plan. It doesn't work.

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What? Let's go back to the brother who wanted to go to New York come to you later on. I'm gonna say, man. Oh, you're supposed to be in New York today.

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Yeah, something happened. What? You're in control, man. Hey, bro, what happened? is like, man, I didn't feel well that night. Oh, so I was in control of you. So you can even like, it's like, I'm okay. But that that night, something could happen to you. Let's say an hour later, okay, we'll travel you have a confirmed ticket, bro. What happened? Man, like, you know, all the troubles canceled because, you know, the weather conditions or something?

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You know, there were many cases of Corona at the airport. And they said, like, you know, this flight is canceled. Uh huh. So you're not, you're not going to love yourself, you're in control of the weather, you're not in control of the car, you don't have control of the airport, you're not in control of the airplane, even if you are on the plane, and then they say something happened, we can fly.

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Let's say everything went smooth. And now you landed in New York. And like there's an emergency in New York now. Because the test there may Allah make it easy for the people there is so tough. So what's gonna happen to you? They're gonna say, Hey, stay here. You can get there.

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Let's say you arrived, and you are at the door of your uncle, guess what?

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An emergency happened and your uncle slide the night before and he went back home?

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Well, so it came all the way to visit him. And he's not here. Yeah, who's in control?

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who caused that emergency to happen? They had to fly the night before you arrived.

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You see? What lohani put on me. So when you have a plan? Yes, goodwill as well to everything within your means, prepare everything possible. But remember, Allah is in control. This is why you have to say inshallah, and you have to mean it. Why? I'm going to conclude with this, you know, funny story of Georgia. But let me cliffhanger you first.

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A lot of what a man should do at a networking event.

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You see this wall?

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It's different from fat. This is something deep in the language. Whenever you see Wow. It means like, fast forward a one time. So he will fast forward like 20 to 30 years just because of that wall. But if it's fair,

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like one other hour to an FC, fast, awesome. I said used him. And instantaneously he asked if he took a lot. That means there was no time relapse, there was no like, you know, time between the time when she seduced him, she asked him to draw her arm. And right away he said mother in law. So the fact means that the action was immediate. But the word good means that after a long time, so when I'm better I should who when he became like, like, you know,

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full of vigor and he became a man, he became an adult at a nap hochma we gave him

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what's what in what's in. These are so deep words, we need to spend at least 10 minutes at the beginning of the next holla controller to explain what they mean. Because the last panel also ended by saying, What can daddy can he say, Marcin? And thus we recompense those who do what's sad. And how can it be a lesson? Because this is the first time Allah subhanaw taala is referring to use of as larceny. It's going to happen five times in this one Sharla every time I'm going to stop and I'm going to tell you, you see, I was referring to him again as my son why. And if you want to be Merson, act like Musa alayhis salam so inshallah next time, we're going to start by talking about

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what's the meaning of hokum and

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and what's SN and how can it be a Muslim inshallah and right after that, we're going to go into the toughest test that's waiting for you. And it's gonna cause him a big problem again, after we thought that Alhamdulillah finally now he has some comfort and ease and luxury, but this is life. So when when this pandemic is over in sha Allah very soon, you know, if you come across so difficult again, don't complain, complain to Allah don't complain about Allah. And I got a pretty good suggestion from one of the viewers, you know, to why not to ask some questions at the end, and then you can give you a prize inshallah at the end of Ramadan. So, next time inshallah, we are going to post some

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questions of what we have covered so far. And then at the beginning of the halakha, we're going to ask you to answer them. We're going to take names, and whoever gives the right answer. We're going to make a draw at the end of the month.

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Because I'm sure lots of you will give the right answers you became an expert now, you know and so you serve and then inshallah we will give you some prizes inshallah, that what I wanted to share with you in sha Allah is tomorrow in sha Allah, we have our popular program, you know, time for the kids with the forearm at 2pm inshallah, and make sure inshallah, to call our number 306-974-6564. And we're going to put it on inshallah, the announcement, just as a gentle reminder, and we're going to put it in the screenshot Allah, you can call us between two to 255 because we have a program to work on shala starting right at three and then I have another program starting at 430. And then I

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have another program at 11. So it's going to be a very busy day, and I have a program in the morning at 930. So make time for me inshallah, because the more Ramadan is coming to an end, the more we are overwhelmed with work, we are lost mentally give us the sincerity of intention, and we are lost mental accept all of our good deeds and wellness mental excellent are left to witness the other and get the rewards. And I promise to leave you the smile. Here's the story of Japan, you know to have I don't I was talking about in sha Allah, we have to use it not abused it, we have to mean it. When we say to her, I was going to the market and the people stopped him to like, yo, ha, where are you

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going? is I'm going to buy a car. And then they said, huh, say inshallah, he said, Why? I have lots of money in my pocket, and then lots of cars on the market. Forget about that. I'm going to buy car. So he went to the market and he came back and the people saw him without any car while he was coming back. There's a Java. What happened was the car he said the money has been stolen in shovel. So just how used in a loving way. Don't do it like Johansen Allah saints Allah at the right time with the right intention. And will it be our last panel dialer again except from us, and give us laylat and other insha Allah say Irene Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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