The Greatest Generation #03 Abu Bakr RA

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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh during the journey from Mecca to Medina when the prophets of Salaam was immigrating in the company of a buttress the day for the Allahu, and

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at certain point, they were almost starving to death.

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So they stopped at a place that was owned by

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a lady that's known in the history of Islam as Omar potential hernia, because of the situation that was happening like there was like, there was like a drought and lots of crops and and the cattle and the sheep were like struggling to find grass too.

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And it was a hard time this is why even the cattle were struggling at that time to find lots of grass to feed on. Then when the processor lamb and abubaker stopped there.

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She had a goat and you can tell that the goats Pinilla

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almost like has no milk and was so skinny. So the Prophet Selim came close, and he put his hand on the goat. And so panela Allah subhanho wa Taala bless that goat, and it was full of milk and pork, or their loved one said, I started milking the goats. And I kept giving the Prophet sallallahu wasallam the milk to drink. And he made a beautiful statement. He said fischeri Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had to wait. He said, The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, quenched his thirst. And he drank the milk until I felt that I quench my thirst and hunger a lot. What do you think about this? How selfless abac was. He's giving the food to the problem, even

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though he was starving. But he said, once the professor Selim, you know, got enough of the milk. I myself felt that I'm the one who has responded to his anger. I am the one who felt that I am full.

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What a beautiful meaning.

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Think about this love. It's unconditional.

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So

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how can we develop that love for the profits of the love audience I learned by studying such beautiful stories that showed us Why would bobak deserve that status in Islam