Reda Bedeir – Insight Into Surah Yusuf Tafseer Part 3

Reda Bedeir
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of "we" in Arabic, including the meaning of "we" and the use of "land" in relation to emotions and actions. They also touch on the use of "has" and "has been" in various context, and the difficulty of difficult situations. The importance of praying and showing love for someone is emphasized, as well as the need for caution and caution about "medication" in one's life. The speakers provide examples of people who use the "medication" in their daily lives to make a change and make money.
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Okay, we live at

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the fact that Allah subhana wa Taala was supporting Yusuf Ali Salam. And we said a lot of times I said oh hyena LA and the question was before we left can Allah subhanaw taala

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since revelation to a boy who's seven, and to a woman who's the mother of masala Salaam, Allah use the same verb is here. Oh, hi Anna LA. And the word out hi means revealed, literally speaking, while hyena ilma Moosa. Well, if you hear of bucola nam,

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right? And the answer is,

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exactly, that's the meaning here, which is to inspire. It's something that you will feel in the heart and this exactly, you know, some, some of the scholars have said, you know, you started to be a prophet at that point. So panela that's, that's the opinion of some scholars, but other scholars, they said, No, this is like inspiration, Allah subhana wa, tada, you know, put it in his heart to comfort him. And that was the first thing unless Fanta, like gave him four things that we will, Shall I get out of this? Well, hyena LA. So the inspiration from Allah subhanaw taala, in itself was a comfort to the heart of Jesus, don't worry, you're not alone.

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Let them not be unknown, you will, at some point of time in the future, and to not be mean something that will happen in the future, the Emory him had about this situation. So it means you will you you will live, you will not die in the world, you will reunite with your brothers.

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Not only that, you will be in a higher status, because you will be reminding them, you know what you have done to me. inshallah, if we come to that verse, I will remind you, at this time when we said yes, this is the time that we're referring to, if not, you have to join the eternal journey. Sorry, Sir Joseph next year, hello,

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rowhome, Leia, Sharon, and suppiler, this is exactly what will happen. And at that point, they wouldn't even they wouldn't even recognize why, because just about that time, when he would remind them of this, you know, happening or this event, there will be like, a long time elapsed between the two situations. He's going to do this, you remember, you know, when, when he his ideas of Egypt, just like more than 30 years, or 40 years later, and of course, Yusuf Ali Salam was very young at that time, he was seven. Imagine you haven't seen somebody since the age of seven. And he's now in his 40s. Would he look the same? So they could hardly recognize him? But he wouldn't they left him

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they were already adults, so he can't miss them. So he was talking to them. And then he reminded him, like, do you remember what you have done to us?

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They looked at him.

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And they could hardly recognize that it was him. That's what I

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meant here. So what are the four things that Allah gave us here? First of all, he comforted him right, while highlighting a demonstration itself, second

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letter of the unknown means he will reunite with his

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brothers and family. Third,

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he will be in a higher status because you know, it will be coming from him. Do you remember what you have done to me when I was young?

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And the last thing well, home LaShawn they wouldn't recognize at the time when he reminds them of the situation.

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Now let's move to the next verse inshallah.

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Take a question here, would the prediction of one's honor fall under the preservation of progeny? Yes. In fact, sometimes some of the scholars use the word honor instead of poisoning. So yes, the answer for this question is yes.

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And then Arabic they use the word Adam and Adam.

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Now what happened after that, let go that's going to lock

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your head.

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they left us in the

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well, and what is the time that they choose to come back? Allah subhanaw taala said, Ah, and they came back to the Father. Why? Why is it that they choose Asia? And what's the meaning of the word that?

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When do we pray Asia?

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After sunset, like at sunset, we pretty much had a bright, but when we wait until it's completely dark, and this is the time of Russia, and you see what I was like, I shouldn't

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It's completely dark. Why? Because they're going to be lying. So they want it to something to help them to be undercover.

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Because what happens when you are lying?

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You know, when you deal with somebody for a long time, I'm not going to use the, you know, that marital relationship here in the analogy, not to offend anyone, but like, let's talk about parents or one of your children comes to life.

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You can tell some of them will be like, you know, not I feel like, you know, moving all the time, or somebody would be like, you know, drinking, I mean, you can tell like, he's not telling them because he doesn't feel comfortable to Pinilla as if the human body's saying, this is how I'm gonna, I'm gonna embarrass you.

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Because it's against the pure nature of the last parabolic created you What do you like? And the person was asking, i akuna tabanan would, I believe are we covered? He said, Yes. I akuna momento, but he would he be miserly? He said yes. And he was asked if I akuna mukha Durban he said no. Would the believer be a liar is if somebody lies. He's not a believer.

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At the moment when he lies. He denies that Allah subhanaw taala can hear him.

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So why did they choose Asia? And why did they choose the dark night because when they speak, you can tell through their facial expressions that they are lying. So they want it to be dark so that it will help them not to be discovered that they are lying.

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I look at the next word. They're a lot smarter. I said, you have a cool

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What's the meaning of your cold?

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weeping? Is it really weeping?

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That's what I told you before. don't translate the words literally. It means acting as if they are weeping. Because it's fake tears. It's false tears.

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Why? Because Allah subhanho wa Taala told us and I'm sure that you will agree with me on this. A lot told us and selected Nigel. And the verses are 43 and 44. One who who attack our Africa one, the one America here. The only one who can make you laugh is Allah subhanaw taala you can fake love.

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And when you cry or when you whip it has to be coming from your heart. And you can tell if somebody is trying to cry but it's not genuine so from the heart

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right or wrong.

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And that's what the other point said. Where's our point? is it again? Every time

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The autopilot said it a step ahead. Do more on your own in Vienna membaca amendment Rebecca. If you see the tears in the eyes of two people, you can tell who is really crying and who is really acting that is crying because it can never be fake.

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It's only Allah subhanaw taala you have to be in a certain psychological state that you can cry from the heart

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How many times did he try to cry and he never got the tears? This happened to you before but how many how many times the tears will come to your eyes and you don't know why.

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How many times in your life you will be sitting by by yourself and so we're going to say I don't want to be with anyone Leave me alone. And you close the door and you start crying and if somebody asks you why are you crying you say I don't know.

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You know when do you know when this happened? If nella phi Rahim Allah said in the lower layer below La Ilaha Illa.

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meanie there is a Baroness in the heart. It can never be you know, filled without also except with the love of Allah soprano. And at that moment, your soul is crying to you enough. The flesh has eaten so much. But I need some

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man rush.

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I need my level of human to go up. And this these are like, you know, Oh Allah helped me I lead you now.

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And this is our mercy from Allah subhanaw taala after them. When somebody knocks on the door, you try just to hide the tears and say, How are you not like I'm really, I'm fine. Why you started the connection with the lightning.

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So I'm saying that this happened to you sometime.

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These are the moments when you need a loss.

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So they came they were not crying. They were acting

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Why because they want to take the father and they want to get him to believe that

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they really care about us from their sideline. Okay, how can we discover their life? Let's continue. So they came during the night. They, they had fake tears. And then they said Paulo

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in the heaven,

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stop here.

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Or Father, we went racing.

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We went playing

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with us it was erasing and playing with you know, what are you so far

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we left uses to guard

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or picnic items

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to guard our luggage.

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Is this is that what you promised? The day before? So Carla, you said, I'll send home I

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sent him with us tomorrow and he will eat and lay right. Now we are looking at the first slide. This is the first one. So they choose, you know, this is why they are not professional. criminal. Right. And they say there is nothing called perfect crime. The criminal, especially humans, you know, they will always they will always make a mistake, they will always leave something behind. So here they choose the night to help them didn't help the act of trying. And even their words will

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embarrass them. They said we started you know, to play. We went racing with one another. And use it was left to to guard the luggage, the picnic items.

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And then Subhanallah right away for gorilla who saw the wolves devour him? Well,

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you wouldn't believe us while I

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saw the puppy, even if we are telling the truth. Why are you using the word truth? Because you're liars.

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So apparently they are trying to hide using the word truth because they know that they are liars.

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They said, Look at them, they're attacking you. You wouldn't believe us. Even if we're telling the truth. Why? Because you're unduly like you became accustomed to lying. That became a second nature.

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So so panela

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can we derive another evidence that they are not professional criminals from here?

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Yes. Let me tell you this.

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When you say sorry, when the brother's abusive, asking the permission of their father, what did he say? They didn't plan, even the excuse that they will come after they will banish him or kill him or, you know, they agreed to put like to throw him, you know, at the bottom of the world didn't plan what to say. But what he said.

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And I feel that there was little differences, like, Here you go, he gave us the excuse. And that's what the score is, is the sense that they said jacobellis slam, you know, he offered him the excuse when he said, What, a half or

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so because they are not professional criminals. If they were professional criminals, would you like to learn the lesson, how to be a professional.

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You have to study criminology and so on.

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They should have to use it for the first time and send him back home.

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And then the second time and send him back home safely. And then a third time. The wolf devour him. It makes more sense, right? But apparently the first time you take him and you say that same excuse that your father gave you, what does it mean?

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You're mister criminal, right? They don't know what they're doing. They're not professional. Right? So this tells you again, that they are not evil people. Because these are one you see. Their, you know, their greed for love and care from their father blinded them. And they just like, you know, we will do we want to get more care from our father. What's the result? They don't care

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to fly home. And then they said, Well, my aunt Minnie Lennar?

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What Oh, goodness, all the pain. What's next?

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So Pamela, when they said when a goodness out, okay, even if we're telling the truth. This tells you how the sense of guilt was intensifying inside them.

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Right? otherwise they wouldn't mentioned the word true, because they are far away from the truth. But they are attacking him. They say you wouldn't believe us. Even if we're telling the truth. Yes.

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Again, as I told you before, what is the meaning of often that we started before, the same word was used to

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I give you the literal meaning of often it means heedless, unmindful careless.

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And we use the twice now, does it mean the same meaning?

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You said I'm saying. So as I said before, Allah subhanaw taala uses the word and you have to go deeper and understand the meaning don't take the literal meaning of the word.

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deep into nature, they're not. I said they are not professional criminals, but when they choose the night, and now they're saying the wolf devour them, do you think that these people would be really crying, they're still insisting on the crime so far, they will try later on when they repent. And Allah would show us the real time when they were really written, but now you know, they choose the night and they're coming in their life. And they brought the shirt we're gonna talk about this now. So this causes this You said your pool here doesn't mean the literal meaning of really crying or weeping. Right?

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And there are lots of pedophiles. I said whatcha wanna come in? So he beat me.

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So Paolo, look at the last pilot scribe the experts.

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Who can read this in English inshallah.

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in inshallah, verse 18.

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Take a look. So Allah subhana wa Jalla wa ala pamesa. Here with me Dominica. This is exactly what they have done.

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They took off his shirt.

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Of course, there is no wolves involved, right. And what did they do? They slay one of the goats. And they got some of the blood and they stain the shirt. Again, no perfect prime. They forgot that. They're going to say the wolf devour him. What a merciful wolf

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eating us without touching the shirt. This is exactly what the Father said, he said, are

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given to us. Like what a merciful wolf have my son. He ate him without touching the shirt.

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That I'm saying again, no perfect prior, you were lying.

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But more than this, Allah subhanaw taala said, what Joe Allah pamesa he and they brought his shirt. And they said be dumb in Canada.

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In Arabic language, the word Cardiff is a noun. And we're talking about blood. When we use

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we should use an adjective

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to describe the dumb which is blood.

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So it would be in Arabic and classical Arabic should be meant to do them mcglue las panatela use a noun plus a noun, which means let me give you the answer. They're going to make it easy for you because moving from Arabic into English only makes sense to you. When I say listen to this analogy when I say

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yes sir.

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courageous or gray.

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Okay, this means that he has a quality of being courageous, right? But can I say in Arabic? Yes, sir. Is college we can say this in Arabic.

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What does this mean?

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I'm trying to say like, you know, I'm trying to exaggerate the quality of bravery in him, is what I'm saying. So when Allah subhanaw taala said, he said, that means blood and cat, it means lying. It's the noun itself, as if the blood that they stain the shirt with was crying and saying, I am alive. I am not real blood, I am alive.

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Look how the language is strong that's used in the fraud. So as if the blood that they brought to stain the shirt was crying and saying, I am alive. I'm not real blood. So the word democratic as if we're saying, you know, blood that is alive.

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Not like you know the translation would be like, you know, folds of blood. fake blood. This is not exactly the Arabic dynamic is so strong. Did you get the analogy? When I say you know

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President so and so is fair or just okay this is one of his qualities, but we can send out a bit, you know, prison, so and so is justice as if he is the embodiment of justice. So the blood here is the embodiment of lying itself. This is how a lot of pannacotta use the word determine candidate. So as if the blood is lying embodied in the form of the action that they have done when they stain the shirt with some fake blood.

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Well, Joe, Allah pamesa here with them in Cardiff, what was the answer from jacobellis salam.

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Now we are in a situation and they want to just to put yourself in the shoes of jacobellis, Salah.

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10 of your sons are coming.

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And they are giving you the news that your son, your other son was devoured by

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a wolf, and you know, deep in the heart of their life.

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Look at this situation. Now, I just want you to put yourself in his shoes and feel what he would feel.

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You are between two fires now. You lost a son?

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And who is claiming that he's lost? And you feel fishy that they killed him? Your other sons?

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It's a very difficult situation. And this is why when a person in such a difficult situation, what should you do? To whom should you resort? Remember the word of the summer?

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Yes, we all need him but he doesn't need us. And this is why it's a panela what he said to them, high levels of wallet lack of physical armor. This is an indication that he doesn't believe they're lying. This is yourselves You know, you're meeting up a tale.

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You're saying something which is not true.

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And then he said for sovereign Jamil, what do I need now? Beautiful patience, which means I should be patient without complaining. Because what should I do?

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I lost my son

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and who caused his loss? My other son.

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This is a very difficult situation, who should be sought for help at the point one law

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per se fu no one can help me in this situation except Allah. And this is exactly what the process lm POTUS and then attorney

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as the Hadith says, when the Prophet was in a situation that no one can help him except Allah. Allah Salah, and it's exactly the Hadees that Jeff was sharing with you this morning, he would rush to the prayer and he would say, the hyena comfort aspray say Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. And it's during the prayer.

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And this is exactly what he said, he said, Allah who was dying,

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Allah is the only one that we should resort to such a situation, what does it mean? They say, we have a sebab. And we have clinical as well meaning a lots of panels Allah has created means for us, right?

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If you need some help, like if you are sick, you go to the doctor, right? If you if you need knowledge, you go to somebody with knowledge.

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Right? But sometimes, all the means in this world are not enough for you. Nobody can help you except the one who created the means. Or when you come to such a situation, there is nobody who can help you except

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and this is exactly the situation. It's a pretty difficult situation. By the way, when we say suffering Jamil, you come to a situation where like, as if somebody is taping your mouth, you can't complain. But you are full of sadness. You're in a situation that's very confusing. I lost my son, and it's my other sons who did this to him. What should I say? I can't speak because I have to stick to sovereigns.

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I have to have beautiful patience. I can't complain from the heart of Allah. I can only complain

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to Allah and this way the pop salon would say, comfort us with saliva. Now let's go and print because what's the meaning of salon their brothers and sisters? The word Salah is derived from the word in Arabic Silla, which means connection.

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relationship. It's a very special spiritual connection with Allah. When you stand there, and you really say Allahu Akbar, and you mean it. Allah subhana wa Tada, boasts of view.

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Above seven heavens on front of the angels. What do you say in prayer? Allah subhanaw taala explained that Fatiha to us. He said, some two salata video, and by the way, the word of Salah here means

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in this habit, he said i divided into two parts between me and my servant.

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Either called Abdi Alhamdulillah here of Bellamy if it's coming from your heart, not from your phone, and you mean it and you reflect on it. Allah subhanho wa Taala above seven heavens would say,

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Allahu Akbar.

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Should we do this in Shaolin Mara?

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from the heart, and imagine what if it's coming from your heart? Allah subhanho wa Taala above seven heavens is proud of you in front of the angels saying, My servant is thanking me and that's the meaning of and hamdulillah All praise is due to Allah who is Allah, the Lord of all the words.

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And then he would say, a rough man, your ahi Allah is going to say if it's coming from your heart, Majid any happy we have my servant is a glorified. And when you say, Maliki only Lee homie, if you just reflect on the Day of Recompense the Day of Judgment, and how people will be skilled in that day, what will happen in that day, and the sun will be very close, people will be sweating, nobody knows what's gonna happen next. So Paula, if you just reflect on that, they will say Malik el Medina, he's the one who control and he's gonna say that De Lima in in Monaco Leo, who's in control today, nobody would answer he would say, I don't know. I mean algebra. What are the kings? Who are

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the tyrants? Lay men in Monaco Leo?

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who's in control today? Nobody would answer and then the third time limit.

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Who's in Dominion today? Nobody would answer and he's gonna answer himself is

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everything today, nobody can talk. And he would say I have listened to you. All your life you have been talking and I've been listening. But today, I will talk and nobody will talk you will listen.

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So in that day, when you say Maliki on Monday, you reflect on that. And what do you say Malika within a loss of profit is going to say, I

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know my servant knows that I'm winning in the day. And he's preparing himself for that day. This is why do brothers and sisters, many of the sell off when they used to pray alfalfa? How would take half an hour from them?

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And I'm sure today, if somebody like, reads it in such a way just to reflect on it, you will think that the man, you know, guy or something happened to Why isn't he speaking? So Panama? And this is why a man came to Abu hanifa Rahim Allah

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when he said, I want to have, you know, crucial and my salon.

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And then he said, go ahead and pray.

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But he said, I read the Quran. I can even read the whole Quran, I'm praying, but I don't feel anything

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that he said, Okay. Imagine that I will be watching you today while you're praying.

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And upon Allah. The next day he came in, he said, I only prayed with half and

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then he said, Okay, now, imagine tomorrow, that the prophets of Salaam is watching you all your pain.

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And he said, I could only read this on the last day.

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Then, Oh, honey, follow him. Allah said, Imagine tomorrow that Allah subhanaw taala is watching you.

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He said, I couldn't finish it.

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So can you reflect on that? When you are praying you are talking to Allah? How many times have you reflected in them? So long means you are

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and what law Allah is responding.

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This is exactly what the lesser than the Hadith he said, I have divided in between me and my servant. Until you say, you're gonna vote.

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You alone. We worship You don't say we worship you alone. You say you alone. You start with monotheism first. We don't associate partners with you in our worship Subhanallah

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I look at this. What do you say we

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A lot of people will say no. And now it means we worship because we are standing together. We are one oma and we care about each other. And today brothers and sisters, they will be selling extensions like no, don't touch me.

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And to Pamela there will be a brother of blood brother and he's standing next to his brother and they have been with him because of inheritance issue.

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And we are saying why the oma is suffering today.

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You say he cannot avoid you alone we worship and then you say you alone

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we seek for help. So this is the first part

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Then the second part, you start requesting. And so Pamela, this is exactly what your child will do to you. And Allison is teaching us, you know, here's the here's the old merciful, he said,

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is the old words what I need you to do with your parents, like, you know, those who are married and have children, when your child wants something from you? How do they behave? Cipolla the same way they wouldn't come and say, give me $50 of a field trip tomorrow.

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No, they wouldn't do that. If they want to get the $50

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they will come

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that are you mad at me?

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No, no. Okay. I'll come again later.

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And then they will try again. Like you know that you're smiling now. Are you okay with me? Yeah.

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You look handsome today.

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What does this mean? praising you. He doesn't want you to listen with your ears. He wants to work your heart.

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You see, Allah teaching us this when you communicate with Allah subhanaw taala don't speak with a

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little bit from the heart because Allah was never listened to the analysis of the house. This is why I keep asking brothers and sisters. How did you feel before Salah the same after Salah? I think yeah. So congratulation for the workout. You didn't pray. If there is no connection between your heart and a lion and pray you just know it worked out up and down. Salaam Alaikum.

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This is exercise physical exercise, but there is no spiritual exercise.

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Right? And you still will do this or you will come close. Like Give me a hug.

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Of course I know that my son wants something I say let's go ahead for you on. I love you. I know. I know what's next

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15 2017 but only you know they need 20 but like you know I like some pocket money. You can give me 50 that will be good.

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Then do you think if he comes and hugs you and kiss you and you know praise you would you say no. So Pinilla less details. And then after that we say it didn't set off a little stuffy, you start requesting after you praise Allah subhanaw taala and it's coming from the heart. You start requesting guide as to the straight path. What's the streetcar?

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And then you start integrating that sarong Valentina and nom de la him. What's Rafa Latina, naantali the way of those all home, you bestowed your blessings. It's a certain effect.

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When you turn around takahama its condition. If you obey the messenger, you are obeying Allah, because he's the messenger from Allah right? And then right after that

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Dena Anam Allahu Allah him, a person who will do this, he will be with us all whom Allah subhanaw taala bestowed his blessings for they listen to what comes next. When and maybe

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prophets was of the UK was Shahada was solid he has this other company.

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So profits of the game like a buck, like you said, it's the land use for us to dig we'll come across this inshallah. If we finished what

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was thought of him and the righteous? And these are the best company.

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Yeah. And then you say,

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Allah him know the path of those with whom you're angry. Who are they?

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Yeah, some people would say the dues. Not only that, and everyone who behaves like them.

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Why? Why am I angry with them? Because they have the knowledge and they don't act upon it. How many Muslims there is today. So don't say this again.

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In Islam, you are corner. There is no way out.

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If you don't know listen to the Quran, first.

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tamila Talamo she don't know ask the people with knowledge.

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And if you know

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what Palermo

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like act upon the knowledge and a lot of the Brazilian told her that I said haritha the petroleum tells him now that you know stick to the path because this is the right path. So I want to allow you to read the first half with new eyes and I want you to decide in fact, starting today on from the

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But the time

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let's go back.

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So you see we stopped at sovereign Jamil so sovereigns Emil means beautiful patience and the processor when he was asking, must sobre Jamil Paul, who was sobre, la de la Sakuma. It's patience without complaining, but you have to add something between brackets

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to other than Allah.

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Because the orientalists or Mr. Sher Khan, who studied the Quran and Islam to try to find something to attack Islam, they said, use a balance that I'm sitting here for sovereign Jamil and later on, they would say in school, but he was he, he lor, I complain, because of my anguish. And we, to Allah, they say, you said, Your Prophet said, beautiful patience means patience without complaining. And here is your Pope who's complaining? We say you just say to a person like this, Mr. ignorant, if we don't complain to Allah to him, and shall we complain,

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we will die out of suffering. So you can complain to Allah. But you shouldn't be complaining to other than Allah because they are weak people like you.

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And again, I showed this with you yesterday, it's very important to understand this because some people are confused. If I am sick, for example, should I complain?

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If you complain saying why Allah, that's wrong?

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Because they use alarm if Allahu Allah is not the question, but we have to be question. But if you're sharing with someone who's gonna say, you know, how do you feel FM delay, you know, lots of parabolas, this thing you would this person Tell me a lot smarter than making me a monster patient? You are not denying the fact like why Allah you're just sharing it with someone you're not complaining. You're just sharing it. That's, that's, that's, that's okay. That's fine. And I told you the evidence, when I showed the law when I was saying, What?

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Oh, my head because she had a severe headache. The problem said, but and I have a law what I saw, I have a more severe headache more than you. So they were talking to each other. Otherwise, the problem would say, No, I actually don't complain. Don't say this is what I'm saying. So she was not saying why a lot of giving me a headache. No, she was just trying to get sympathy from the professor.

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Okay. In the meantime, Allah Subhana, Allah created the means.

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So your heart shouldn't be attached to the means your heart should be attached to the one who created the means what do I mean by this? Let me give you a real life example.

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When you get sick, some people adopt one of those one of the situations, two extremes, someone was going to say, I trust Allah.

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I will never take any medication, I'm not going to go to those doctors, they know nothing.

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My grandfather have never seen a doctor. This is why he died, you know, in his.

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So my question is, is that right? This is an extreme. Why the evidence, the professor himself in the lobby Holla Holla, Panda poccadot, the one who created the disease, created the medication, seek treatment by taking the medication, but your heart should be attached to the one who created the brain to the chemist to make the medication and the brain of the physician who will try to diagnose the disease and examine you and diagnose and prescribe the medication.

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You understand? I'm saying?

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You understand what I'm saying?

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Let me elaborate. And I'll give you a real example. Somebody has a headache.

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And then he would say anybody here with extra strength Tylenol? And then he would take to go

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Where are you okay, now? Yeah, thanks to Tylenol.

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No, that's wrong. Tylenol is the mean. But we'll let you can take all the title in the world and you still have the head.

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You should thank

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Allah Who created a brain for a chemist who made the title No. So you should go up to the source. Look to the mean, said I'm saying somebody would have a problem and you will go to a doctor and this doctor is very famous, Mashallah, she's a very good person or he's a very good person, everybody who goes there, she's very experienced. When I say you have this problem, go to the doctor.

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And then the person would go, like, you know, once everything is okay, and Allah fuels the sick person. And then the next person is going to ask him like, you know, where should I go? It's like, what the doctor Mashallah, she will cure you in five days. Is that right? No, she will

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treat you in five days, five years, whatever. But who's going to cure you in five seconds in five years, or will let you be sick for the rest of your life?

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And this is how do we learn this? Go back to sort of the Sharla that we shared yesterday, and learn from Ibrahim, the description of Allah subhanaw taala

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pointed at the idea that he said in the whole module, there are no mystery and then he said,

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Bellamy This is the opposite of the moment, except for the Lord of the words. He said, I love the Hala pony was the one who gave me everything. He brought me to life who gave me health, who gave me one

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for whom I D, he didn't leave me in this world. Just to voice three. He provided violence in the Koran and a messenger to apply this and he was a human being. And then he said, Well, Lenny Hoyle para Mooney YSP. And what did he put over here? Remember yesterday?

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Who I mean? It's a confirmation that it's only Allah who feeds us and provides drink for us. Because when you are a child, you know, you can see that your father and your mother they feed you. So they ask you, like, Who? Who's feeding us like my mom. I remember like, you know, my youngest kid.

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I hate shopping.

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For my son, I hate shopping.

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For the majority, I know that. Oh, I know, the sisters. You know, they This is like one of the joys of life, right?

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I hate to go to the mall.

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So Subhanallah

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the, I usually would give my my wife the money, and she would go and buy the stuff for the kids. So while we were sitting one time and say, okay, say three positive things. Every one of us in the family say three positive things about each other.

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And then the youngest one, she said, My mom always buys us everything.

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The food, the clothes, everything.

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And I should encourage that, of course. But then her mom, you know mentioned said like, you know,

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your dad gives me the money.

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He said I never saw this. You are the one who does everything.

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And it's upon Allah, the eldest one I remember when she was young, she used to ask me, like, you know,

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who brings the food

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and who brings the coldest and to correct the Akita. From an early, early time. I used to say Allah.

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I was not living.

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I was up there.

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And I see you, you go to the wall,

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and you put something and then the money comes out.

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This is how the kids think. And you have to be very careful, by the way, because now you are inculcating the right Takeda in them.

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And I said, Okay, let's go into the vicious circle. Since you told me that. Some parents would like you know, it's like, no, don't talk about this. Let's move on. Okay, that's wrong, because they're going to ask that company and they will have corrupted data that I'm saying, so you have to go down to that level. I said, What is that? You said like this is money. I said, Okay, next time, I took her to the bank, and she said I can have this money.

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