Homemade Happiness #7 – Moms and the language of compassion
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This is reality zazzy We're coming to you to session number seven homemade happiness
we're still with the moms today inshallah tada
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How's everybody doing? hope everybody's doing great.
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lasma ly or consider Henry law. And then and then one more habit.
I have another poem for the moms today. A new one.
And then follow up in my eyes is there and then almost have another one. Welcome. Welcome Atlanta. Well, I hope you're feeling better now. What?
Uh huh. I hope you're feeling better. Charla, I have another poem to share with all of you today. Another one with the moms about the moms. Another one another beautiful poem. Sharla excited to be sharing that with you inshallah. So brothers and sisters, this is reality. zazzy We're coming to you all to the homemade happiness. session number seven. Today, inshallah Tada, we're going to talk about a beautiful language. It's a beautiful language that not only moms are using, but all of us, all of us, all of us, you know, we need to use with our loved ones and Sharla to Adam. Yeah, might have a habit since 1991. Then was Alan hamdulillah. Shangri La I'm happy feeling better now. And
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And the the, it's all stayed with the mums, brothers and sisters.
And a quick recapitulation of all the
principles and foundations you have shared with all of you so far, I have shared seven, seven foundations so far right foundation, number one, worship a lot together. Note them down, note them down, just take a quick note, note them down the foundations and principles that we need to live by for homemade happiness and shallow data. As I mentioned earlier, you know, in the very first session, I will not be able to solve maybe from the session, all the specific cases in your homes, but what I can do instead in Sharla, who to Anna is to offer and you know, propose to you these foundations or these principles that if you were to apply them in Sharla to Hana, you will have
homemade happiness in your homes. So
Principle number one, worship a lot together. All right, that was our first
Session worship a lot together in your family. And then you will see that homemade happiness number two, value your family. Remember we talked about that how to value your family because if you don't value it, if you don't value something, Allah subhana wa tada would take it away from you. Number three, live with the mercy of Allah, you have to live with mercy analyzers and you know, when he speaks about families in the
spirit, you know, uses the term of near of mercy. And the number four family is a blessing from Allah Subhana Allah to Anna, your family is near your family is now. So cherish that Nima, cherries that nearmap from Allah subhanho wa Taala number five, we talked about the pivotal role of the father the very pivotal pivotal role of the Father number six, the father the friends, number six, the Father, the friend, and number seven mother's the engine for motivation. So that what we talked about yesterday, mother's the engine for motivation. So these are the six seven principles we have shared with, with you know, I have shared with you so far and hamdulillah some of you are already
writing or writing them down. Is that common law fair? Yes, later, you're doing that three showing mercy four, so type them down 456 and seven, right 456 and seven, so for his family is a blessing five, the pivotal role of the Father six, the Father, the friend, seven mothers are the engines for motivation. There you go. So
let us inshallah who to either move on. If you remember yesterday when we talked about the mother and we talked about the the the
moms, that beautiful title that was given to her by Allah subhanho wa Tada, right, that beautiful title given to mothers, which is the most beautiful title after the title of profits. Right? After the title of profit, the most beautiful title is mother. And then
when I we talked about that, you know, revolutionary statement with regard to that monthly cycle that every woman gets, she's the, the, the, as the, the evolution in the continuation of the existence of this earth, right through this Subhanallah this monthly cycle that that they that women go to. We talked about some hannula the owner, the Mother Teresa, they own the school. They own the mother, the mother, the school, the mother, the the the, the mother, the cook, the mother, the nurse, the mother, the indicator, the mother, the the driver, the mother, the doctor, the mother, the coach, the mother, the counselor, and the mother, the fighter now, you know, all these roles
that she plays, you know,
that every mom plays.
And yes, and also my brothers and sisters, the
her role, her pivotal role
in the continuation and the existence of,
of the family.
When the mom she is home,
the spirit at home is
it's a it's a flowery spirit.
It's a buzzing spirit.
It's a vibrant spirit. When the mother is home, when the mother She's not home.
The world turns into something great.
The world turns into something great.
boy went to his mother and asked her why Mom, why do women pray? Why do you pray some stuff non pray, Why do you cry? He says Mom, why do you cry? Sometimes women cry just that we don't understand why they cry. They just cry.
She said I cry because I'm a woman.
But that did not make sense to him. So he'll goes to his father and he asked Dad, why does mom cry sometimes just for no reason she cries.
He says because she is a mom.
But still he didn't understand what that meant.
He grew up became an adult. But that question still sort of like
stuck in his mind why the women cry.
He made the shape wise one and he asked
In one day here, why do women cry?
And the chef says women mums.
Allah created them with view shoulders.
When the family goes down, things go down, she raises everyone with her shoulders. She carries everyone with their shoulders. Allah subhanho wa Taala gives her this huge arms. When the family scattered. This woman, this mom, she brings everybody back, she holds the back and assembles everyone did you know everyone back and then Allah subhanho wa Taala has also given her this huge hearts despite of what you know, you may do to her and deceive her and break her heart yet she will always love you, mom, she was she will always love you unconditionally. Right? But she's a human being. He says he's she's a human being. Allah subhanho wa Taala has given her this, you know, these
tears, because she needs to vent she needs to, you know, she has all these, you know, she inside of her. She's a human being. So she needs to release that pain and that hardship through those tears. Through those tears, he says respect the tears of women respect the tears of your wives respect the tears of your mom's
respect the tears of your mother's.
She's a human being.
She She has so many things. So how to love But when she needs to release, you know, some of that pain that she goes through. She does is through through tears. So that's why for us men, sometimes we say why is she crying?
I gave her everything.
Why is she crying?
And you may not it may not make no sense to you why she's crying.
But for her, it's a release.
It's a release
a mom when her son or daughter, they feel down or maybe sometimes the son says I want to quit.
Hmm, the son says I'm gonna quit. I cannot do this.
I can't do this. I'm gonna quit. And the mom comes and she says, I know who I gave birth to.
I did not give birth to a quitter. I gave birth to a courageous, strong, wonderful boy, men.
I know my son, I know my daughter.
She's not a quitter.
I know who you are. She is the one who comes and, and molds him some handler and condition him or her especially when the sun symptoms. You know, the children are the kids, the boys, the boys, they just go down says I'm gonna quit this, I cannot do this. I cannot pass this exam. I started but I cannot pass it. I cannot do this. I'm not gonna I cannot I cannot get a good grade. I'm no, no, it's not for me. And then she comes that coach, right? She plays that role of that coach now.
And she says, I know who I gave birth to. And I know you can do it.
I know who I gave birth to and I know you can do it. And then she raises that giant and she awakens the genius within Allah Allah Allah Allah. Did I tell you sometimes I love how I sound.
Sometimes I love how I sound. I have this amazing course by the way, called training the genius within
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So she comes in, she awakens that giant within. And she says, I know you can do it.
And she gives you that boost and that energy, right? And then you go back to study. And then she comes in then she goes and then she maybe she she cooks the best, you know the your most beloved meal, and she makes your tea or your coffee, and then she brings it to you. And she says here it is. I know you can do it. I know you can do it.
And then you graduate
and then you graduate.
And then you were the gone and all that. Da da da da da da da da da da da da, da da da da. you graduate, and you walk on that hole right there you walk and then you look to your right. And you see your mom with her tears.
Your mom with her tears, she never gave up on you and she looks at
With her tears, as if she's saying to you, didn't I tell you? I know you can do it?
Didn't I tell you?
You that You can do it?
She looks at you with her tears that she does not speak a word. She just nods. And then you look back, she says, didn't they tell you
that you can do it?
that's why I call her the Ange, the engine for motivation.
I don't care what song it is. Da da da da and I don't care, the wedding, or the ceremony or graduation, whatever it is. Maybe I'm thinking of a wedding.
Maybe I'm thinking of a wedding then.
But the point is,
the point is the mom the engine from what evasion who goes and she empowers her son. And she empowers her daughter who at some point in their life, they wanted to quit because they found it to be hard to study. They find it to be hard to become a doctor. They find it to be hard to become an engineer. They find it to be hard to become a lawyer. They find it to be to be hard to become whatever they want it to become.
But she came she came and she kept on pushing and empowering and energizing. You know that Energizer? You know, the Energizer. You know, those of you who may be you know, in North America we have that that commercial about those batteries, you know, the Energizer, the battery keeps on going keeps on going. The moms she is that Energizer, that battery that keeps on going. It gives some ticket.
the mum who takes thing from her mouth, and she gives it to her son or daughter.
The mum who wants that bite, but she sees her son or daughter looking at that bite. She takes it and she says I'm fully and fully you take this says no mommy. No, no, no, I'm fully kimberleigh Chabad. I'm done and I can have nothing more and she gives it to you. And she takes the blanket from her side right? She takes it and then she covers you
she stays cold but she covers you
the mom huh?
She is that engine or not? That engine for motivation or not? She is the mom. Huh?
She never quits. And she teaches our kids to not quit. Yes, some fathers do that. Mashallah, too as well, Mashallah. They teach us not to quit.
I told you and then remember I mentioned this in the end of time, you know, the story of that woman who came to see Aisha in that poor woman with her two kids. And I gave them three, you know, dates one day each.
And then the mom she gave the days to the girls and then is about to eat her date. her kids are looking at her.
And then instead of eating her own day, she split in half. And then she gave it to the to her daughter's
high school she cried when she saw that scene. And she thought Prophet Mohammed about that scene and Prophet Mohammed, she Allah says it has made her arranger not because of that act, because of that act, mom.
When the Prophet looked at that woman, remember I mentioned that yesterday, that woman, you know, in that, you know, when she was lost, and her child was lost? After they came back from that, you know, the spoils of war, the booties, she was looking and you know, looking around and crying, Where's my baby?
she found her baby, eventually, and she hugs him and she cries, she hugs him hug him and cries and cry, and then she breastfeed him.
Prophet says, Do you see that woman throwing her baby in the fire? They said, No Allah, so Allah, how can she
but then the Prophet says, Allah is more merciful towards us, that woman or you know towards her baby, Allah is more merciful is more Rahim. Not
That's why I say to the brothers to the fathers a couple of days ago. We need to be new. We need to make lots of effort. We need to make a lot of effort because moms
The day when you come out from there from her womb, you know collage there's that connection there's that love is from Allah Xhosa is from Allah. It's in this connection right there. We men, we fathers, we need to play a much harder role to earn the respect and the love of our children. Yes, they love us. But the Prophet says your mother, your mother, your mother, it is what it is.
The mother the mother, the mother,
homework homework homework.
When this when this man is so this, the Sahaba this companion is so this man, you know taking his mom you know very old mom, right? He's taking her because she could not do her thing you know, to answer the call of nature. You know, he takes her and then you know and then he washes her. He cleans her. Right. And then he told her
all you do that to your mom. She says yeah, but he does it in a way that he's not too happy about it. says yes there's my mom she's cannot do it. I have to help her off to clean so he says she did the same thing to you when you were a boy. When you were the baby. She did the same thing to you knew when you were a baby. But she did it and wishing you a long life and health.
She did it. Wishing you along the life and health
and prosperity and you're doing it for her now wishing her death. You see the difference between you and her. She did the same thing not once not twice for years. Changing your diapers.
Changing your clean senior and baiting you she did so many you know she did that for many years. praying for you and wishing you a long life and prosperous life.
You're doing the same thing to her now. Yet you're doing it but you're wishing her death. You wanted to back house because you're tired cleaning hair, your tie taking her to take you know to the washroom yourself you know you're tired, you're tired and some what they do they she's going to take her into the into the this this four string or this one this this elderly houses this elderly homes. We can no longer take care of her take her or take the dad into this elderly home stuff for the lobby.
stuff for the lobby.
the mum like has an idea you send them and sisters This is a message for all of you those the wives, wives and moms.
A message to all of you when has holiday has sent them when her her husband Ibrahim left her in the middle of the desert with her baby crying his maid and he left.
He left without saying the word a lot told me to leave here and he left.
It's made grew up in the company of his mom Of course. He raised him
but him when he came back his son was a was a was a kid in a walk and running.
But so Pamela, the mom, she never spoke bad about the dads in his absence. She never told him you know what one day we were just he told us come Yella come with us, you know, and we walked and we walked in we walked
from a sham all the way to Mecca.
And he just stopped and he left you and I imagine my son is married. Imagine my son is married your dad he left us here in the desert where all the beasts beasts are no water, no nothing, no food, no vegetation,
whatever beasts, and he just left
and he just left.
No she didn't do that. She did not make him hate his dad. She used to speak good about his dad in his absence. Your father your father your father.
My mom's This is look at her.
And she tell her telling stories about his dad.
Your dad. He faced this kink. And look he stood strong. And they tried to burn him and this is what your dad did have a lot of social you know helped your dad and extinguish that fire and the fire could not burn your dad. The mom she's telling the story to her son.
They throw him into the fire and the fire did not burn your dad.
And then clean this kink. Another king in Egypt who tried to you know
do something haram and then your dad you know look with his dad. Allah subhanaw taala saved save save you know your other mom Sarah, clean him this stories.
So is the mom
So is the month.
And I said that,
we're never going to be able to really understand and value
our mothers enter the day they're gone. May Allah Subhana Allah forgive us really for our shortcomings towards our parents, especially tomorrow.
And then comes that age for our children, for our kids 610 between six and 10 years old, were the you know, that age where they need to establish their morals, their character, right.
And then she raises those those morals in her son in her in her children, the morals of
the other, the character, the patience, the love, the feel of Allah subhana wa tada loving the Sadat loving Allah loving Prophet Mohammed. You see, she's planting those seeds. They spent so much time with her that that miskeen is also doing other jobs. Right? So the mom, the educator, the one who disciplines her kid and raises them.
She's not positive woman, empowering them, empowering her kids to be positive.
Again, as they said, she never quits.
You'd be great. She always says you'd be great. The mom
this amazing story of saddened me walk us in the Battle of qadisiya, 70 of your class, you know, he was collecting, you know, help for you know, to help the soldiers to help the army. And then this woman she hadn't seen or nothing, she had nothing. She came with her hair. She just at least my hair, you could use it to maybe, you know, pull it in or for the horses or something, you know, she gave her half the sebelah
you know, and then he was, you know, in our side who cares about this woman who just she wants to give something to help the the army
and then came a boy, younger boy.
says no, no, we don't accept kids in the army. We don't accept she says he says
Allah estado whenever yet Allah has bought and I have sold. What do you mean? Allah has bought is Jenna and I sold I sold my soul to Allah. So it is not up to you. I've done a transaction between me and Allah Xhosa.
In the morning, the boy came
because he had to join the army, the boy came.
And then he said, I saw a dream. He told us I saw a dream.
I saw as if I was in this beautiful, amazing gardens I've never seen in this life before. I saw myself in this beautiful gardens. And under the gardens, there was these. There are rivers running beneath I've never seen something like that before. And then I saw myself in these beautiful mentions a brick of gold and a brick of silver.
I've never seen something like that before.
Then said no more cars said glad tidings to you. This must be Shahada. This must be martyrdom. He says if you were to get murdered today, send my set out to the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah
sent my celeb to Prophet Mohammed Elisa to set up.
the boy says I shot a shot. And then he told set me off as he said said
if I were to earn martyrdom, send my mother convey my mother said convey my mother said and he says yes, but who's your mom? He says my mom. She's the one who gave you their hair. He said we did a lot of luck. Such a boy such a mom, such a mom such a boy such a lion, such a lioness.
Coffee my mother sent me What's your mom? The mom is the one who gave you her bread, her braids. She cuts her braids and then she gave them you know, so that you can maybe use them to pull the horse and whatnot. You know, that's my mom. Come very convey her setup. If I were to die,
and she has a weapon.
Yesterday we said she has a secret from Allah Xhosa and she has a deadly weapon
and deadly weapon
deadly now I'm in a way and he did it in a good way that the weapon in the good way. What's that weapon?
Was that weapon? She has the hat coupled with tears.
She had she has that weapon, though, coupled with tears. Who can stop that?
Who can stop that to go straight to Allah subhana wa Tada, the daughter of the mom.
Did I have the mom when she goes for Tesla? You don't need to remind her to make the app for you. You don't need to remind her to make the offer because she goes for hazama just in fact to be making the app for you.
In fact, she wakes up and she prays and she makes more dough every day she makes her own self
love be Ebony all love my son, my daughter, I love my son all that my daughter.
Can anybody change their mom?
Those of you who don't even have a problem with your mom or you know somebody who has a problem with that, can you change your mom? Nobody can. You can never change your mind. She is who she is.
She is who she is. Allah has made the mom do the way they are so nobody can change. Your mom says okay, I'm going to take another month I have a fish and change your mind I
cannot change your mind.
So I'd like to share with you my brothers and sisters.
Another beautiful poem.
I have another poem for the mom.
I have another port for the mom. And I'm going to share it with you in Sharla hota Anna, but before I share that poem with you, I want to give you the translation of yesterday's poem.
I want to give you the translation for yesterday's poem. Are you guys ready for yesterday's poem strong station and brothers and sisters on Facebook and on Instagram? Are you guys ready for yesterday's you know poem translation am I'm ready to give that to you. Yeah, this is my
I try to translate it. In fact, it is not the best translation but it will give you an idea in sha Allah who Tada. It will give you an idea of what the poem talks about. All right, it says like this. Oh, me. Hold burn. This is yesterday's point. Before I mentioned today's point. Oh me. Ben.
Ben odo Nia Yeah. chanson Toshi ofii over the wall Odin Phil Oh monisha
Yeah, Kula donia Emily until a Hamas wama. Ana Fela aunty appa on me no be fabby mother.
Mother, de ke Amina dounia will be our IE oma. Hello he and fancy amore the colo Connie lon.
It says my mother my love. My mother, my love. My heart I cherish
the sun which enlightens my world. The flower which beautifies my life.
It says you're my entire world and my hope.
You are my entire world and my hope.
You are the meaning of sincerity. Allahu Akbar. You are the meaning of sincerity.
You are a gift from the Lord. You are a gift from the Lord. How can I live without it? How can I live without it?
What shall I give you as a present? Oh my mom. What should I give you as a present? Oh my mom.
My heart. My eyes.
Oh mom, my soul, my breath. My life.
All is a little for you or my mom.
Or is a little for you? Or my mom?
How many sleepless nights how many sleepless nights she spent
when I was sick.
When I was sick, crying and praying. Oh my Lord, my baby, my heavy, baby.
My baby oh my lord filled his life with beautiful health.
Mother's or ocean of hair, mothers or ocean of hair, they are Ocean of Good.
And oceans they never cease to give. Oceans they never cease to give.
Hug me or mother, hugging me or mom,
hug me. And
let me feel your love.
And let me dream. Oh my mother, hug me or mom.
And let me feel your love.
And let me dream Oh, mother.
This is a real thing about our moms. I pray that Allah subhana wa Tada. Protect our mothers and protect our fathers. And those of them who have passed away. I ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to grant them the highest level of gender in sha Allah. Hi, dad. My brothers and sisters, I want to move to a beautiful language today that we could use that moms use to speak to her loved ones and fathers sometimes use and we need to remind ourselves of this beautiful language.
Right? But before I remind you of this beautiful language, I need to check on you in Sharla huhtala quickly, how sister Fatima doing. How's my niece, Edwin? How silk 1998 silk how sister Yasmin doing how's Mariana doing? How's that will john hausky corner blown house house now when house? Yes in the rice house Kereama house our
house Laila laila
Laila house video Viviana doing, how's Roseanne doing? How's Eamon doing? How's she doing? How's Nadia Nadeem doing house? Or is last my life today? Where's my guy? Where how's our pay? Where's our cave doing? hamdulillah Where's your dad money sir? Is your dad there? How CF doing? How ci from the house an idea How's everyone yes it and it's handled a man How's everybody doing? And hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen how's the yard empty Sam doing? All of you doing great and hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen ah ha and hamdulillah they're the one Okay, we let go of one catalyst one you know we still have you know? For more we need to I need it I need to tell them I need to get rid of two more. I
don't have a zoo in my house zoo in your home. I don't want no zoo in my home. So call us he you know just little ones Yella? Somebody attended a came and picked up one of them. Yes in a couple of days ago.
heavy and then all the sessions Yeah, Amy Habibi. We need to upload them all on on YouTube please. My guy needs that name but not my guy we need to upload them on YouTube they're amazing amazing sessions specially yesterday's and today handle about Mom, please please make sure you do that. My my my hubby my love name Bennett.
You love like, Well, yes, inshallah husana will be at iccm tonight in shoreline Viet iccm tonight. All right, my brothers sisters, I checked on all of you. Now I need to carry on the homemade happiness. Since we're talking about the mom, there is one language that we need to introduce, specially with our kids with our loved ones. This language, this language comes in before the language of common sense. Before the language of, of intellect, before the language of of I know what's best for you, you know that language when your dad and your mom says, I know what's best for you. You know, when your father says I know what's best for you, you know, when when they say that's
coming. This language comes before any other language.
This language is called the language of compassion,
the language of compassion, the language of love, this language my brothers and sisters, it comes before any other language and language which you and I need to again, remind ourselves to use with our kids with our loved ones, no matter
the language of heart.
Before the language of intellect, before the language of use your mind. Use your brain Why is your brain Why is your mind What were you thinking before the language of its common sense before the language of I know what is better for you and what's good for you? The language of the heart, the language of compassion, the language of the heart such as I love you
have become a habit kata who kelty who
Mary john, Mary Mary
Betty betta I love you, or hate book
that language of love when you are quoting
Prophet Mohammed Ali Salim hee hee. So,
Lucia magnesia, but you know, the Sahaba was a kid and he holds his hand, look at Prophet Mohammed, he holds the kids hands, he holds his hands. And then he walks with him on, you know, on the on the roads of of Medina holding his hand. And then he says, Oh, my ads before he gives him an advice. He says, Oh my God. Oh my God. I love you. He's a kid. Oh my god. I love you. Oh, Mohamed, remember, after every Salah you say this de Allahumma niaga decree Kawasaki Kawasaki by the tick of Mahatma Murad is the one who raised his hand he is by the way, he never forgot it. Because look, the Prophet he could have saved my dad before after Salah you say this. But the prophet didn't say that the
province use the language of compassion. He used the language of love first he told him why I love you.
Well, he's all ears.
Well, I just all ears now is mad. Remember? After every Salah you say Aloma Enya daddy Kawasaki, kawasaki aerobatic. My brothers and sisters, this language of compassion, this language of love will solve so many problems at home.
This language of love will solve so many problems at home when the father so shows his his affection towards his kids.
When the mom shows and the mom she does that, initially some handler when the father shows his feelings
about oh man that was 1617 years old.
I remember was 1617 years old, but Prophet Mohammed, you know, was gonna give him an advice. He says, Yeah, but there are some people.
There's some people when you look at them, you love them. Your heart opens up for them. Oh, mama, you're one of them. You're one of them. When people look at you, they have to love you.
Mama knows what. He's listening. He's all ears. He's ready to receive. He is ready to receive some songs. You're giving advice to your son or daughter, but they are not in that in that mode to receive.
You need the key to open the heart before the ears. Listen to me. I'm listening to myself do you need the key to open the heart before the ear so that they can listen? So the Prophet is opening the heart?
And then he says, Oh, mama, make sure every time you come home, you always say a cinematic.
Look at the advice. He could have said oh my god. Oh, mama, mama, mama, when you come home, always greet your PTO. The family was set up by Prophet Mohammed and his Salah to set him. He started with compassion, that language of love of aveva, the language of of compassion. And then he says there's some people you can't help but love them. You can't help but love them when you look at them. You either one of them.
You're the one on
before you come you know when you come home always say a Santa Monica.
Huh? Isn't that better than
you stubborn? You don't listen. You're hard headed.
If you don't pray, you go to hellfire.
You could have said if you pray you go to China. You said the same thing.
You said exactly the same thing. But it's better.
If you don't pray you gotta hit fire.
Or better. If you pray you go to Jenna.
You go to Gen.
Abdullah Massoud, Oh, I love that best. I've loved that because the Prophet makes this for him. He loves it. He makes his to offer him a lahoma photography Dino alum with that we
will Allah make him happy in the deen. make him happy. Make him a scholar in the deen and give him the understanding of the interpretation of, of, of Messiah in the dean. Not only forgive but Rocky and give him the understanding of how to you know how he could interpret you know, certain
matters. Regarding the dean. I'd love the best if he came.
He was an alum of the Sahaba. And in beheaded would have been the one who knows more about Helen Helen Abdullah best. As I said, you need to keep. You just need to keep
language of compassion. Sometimes sisters and brothers, any dads ear dads and moms, dads, moms, a lot of dads and moms here today, right? dads and moms, I want to I want to tell you something really, really, really, really, really interesting. Something you couldn't be using not even knowing its power, the power of this advice. moms, dads, you're here.
Mom, dads, are you here?
There is this language called the language of love. That's sometimes, right. Sometimes brothers and sisters, just looking without saying the word.
You would send a message. Just looking. You don't have to say a word. You don't have to say you did something wrong. Prophet Mohammed is a synonym in the Battle of Haifa, in the Battle of Haifa, right? He people they would go there were starving the Sahaba they were starving. So the provinces whoever have some meat, some food, some some meat. Let's share it with everybody else. Whoever has some food that him or her let him share it with somebody else. And then came this boy this man, this boy, a young man.
His name was he found a piece of skin some piece of somewhere, you know, yeah, that he says, Oh, I have this. I will not share it with no one. I'm gonna eat it by myself. And then he looked back and and he saw the profit was behind him. The profit was behind him. The profit did not say a word. He smiled.
He says the smile of someone who is disappointed.
He just smiled. That's what he did the Prophet he did not say, Did I tell you whoever has some food? Let him share it with others. No, the prophet didn't say that. He just looked at him and smiled.
As if he was really disappointed. The boy rushed calling people people come come up, get some food, I want to share it with you.
The Prophet didn't say a word.
Sometimes just that look.
We'll do the job.
It's better than beating him with lashes like 100 lashes just that look.
The language of compassion.
I've got a lot to say about the language of compassionate business sisters, I've got a lot more to say. In fact, I have
more than 567 10 advice for all of you on how to raise and that will help you discipline your kids in sha Allah who data
to help you in sha Allah who to either utilize these, you know, advice I'm going to be about to share with you in Charlotte, North Carolina, you know, more than 789 10 you know, advice that inshallah you would find them very handy all from the Prophet Mohammed Salah Larsson. All right. You guys are ready. You're ready.
You're ready for it.
I want to share them with you this advice? golden, but you need a book you need tonight write down like a notebook and pen handy so you can get ready in shallow data to write down that these golden advice. Hmm, you guys already? Some people already smelled it. They smelled it. Yeah, they smelled it. Some people already smelled it. What did they smell? They smell a cliffy. cliffie hungee they smelled a cliffie handy.
Some they already smell this cliffhanger is something that I'm about to share with you. But something that you In fact, you've got to pay money. Lots of money to be able to get this information from but I'm gonna give it to you all for the sake of Allah because I love you all for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada.
So Cliff weekly V for tomorrow. But before you go, here is my other poem for the moms. My second point for the moms moms, this is for you. All the moms out there. Oh, the sisters who will be moms eventually. This is for all of you. All the women out there all the mums out there he is my second form for all of you. Are you guys ready? Mom's
ready for my second form for all of you moms. You ready? Here's my second point. You need to tell me that you're ready. You need to tell me that you're ready so I can share my poem with you moms. This is for the moms.
Are you guys ready for the month for the for the second poem? The first poem, I've just gave you the translation. This is my second poem, inshallah. Tada.
You're ready. Yes sir. Yes, come on. Ready Yella Ah, Mariana ready. Sophia, you're ready keep going to blow. You guys ready, Nadia? You're ready for my second poem y'all love similar. The similar. Ready chef? Y'all love some of them
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You may be wondering, we need the translation for this boy right?
This is for all the mothers out there.
So that will love me for all the moms
out there. And now you'll be wondering Are you going to give us the translation right? The translation also should follow tomorrow Sharla who tada
but if you would understand right so lomilomi salaam, Allah on me.
Peace from Allah to Allah mops. Peace from Allah Xhosa. To all the mothers out there may Allah subhanho wa Taala bless all the moms las panatela bless also all the dads Of course. May Allah subhana wa tada bless all the loved ones in sha Allah to Allah May Allah in this final days of Ramadan, put Baraka in your homes, put blessings in your homes, fill your homes with with joy and happiness and prosperity and make your home a homemade happiness inshallah tada I mean, I mean, I mean, as I Camilla hair brothers and sisters, this is the other words as he I shall see you tomorrow inshallah to Allah one more time. Double cliffie again in sha Allah tomorrow that is Neela bollock
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