Stories of the Prophets #34 Musa the shoulder for the oppressed 5
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and today is episode number 34 and we are with session number five
talking about Musashi said the shoulder for the oppressed Moosa the shoulder for the oppressed. So this is session number five Episode Number 34 that me port a
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I hope you people are doing great today, today's Friday. I hope everybody's doing
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area by Facebook. So I'm gonna hop over the cattle Instagram. So I'm gonna hop on what a catch I hope you guys are doing great. This is the stories of the Prophet series, which we've started him two months ago and today we are with episode number 34. So 34th lecture so far, talking about you know, the profits and and today inshallah tada we are with session number five moose at a Sam the shoulder for the oppressed, and you will see you will see why we picked that title for most at least why he deserves that title and beyond why most of the shoulder for the oppressed, right. So, we will inshallah tada you know, understand, you know about that today evening. So my brothers and sisters,
welcome again. And let us get straight to it is Neela. Yesterday, we were talking about the you know, how Masada his ceram got to know about his mother, how Musa alayhis salam, Casanova, his real mother, the one that was breastfeeding him, you know, the one because, you know, that deal that she worked out with?
samosa had that, you know, the, that Hannah and that, that Jonathan has that tenderness from two moms, you know, he's fostering Mum, and he's actually a mum, you know, the birth not Mum, you know, who's actually was, you know, breastfeeding him and then ESEA, the wife of Freetown, so, who used to love him, but then, you know, we talked about how his mom used to
tell him stories, especially the study of use of a sem, and we said yesterday as to why she chose use of use of was from British law, he and US have lived in Egypt, right and he used to be beloved by Egyptians. So she needed him to have that role model
as mu Sally. So then eventually, he will find out that he will need to know that he is from Venezuela, he he is from the son of the children of Israel, although he lives in the palace, thinking that he was Egyptian. But, you know, later on, he would find out that he was lucky. He was water discharge. You know, the name of Moosa is a water discharge, as we explained, you know, a couple sessions ago
and, and then he had to make that decision because his father, I mean, his mother told him, by the way, Father, we don't know anything about Moses father, the subject just just clicked in my head. Allah Xhosa did not mention anything about Moses father. We only about a mimosa Mimosa Moosa was mentioned in the end 136 times 136 times and all this times in our lives luxury many times talks about his mother, and how long his brother and his sister his sister, right many of them who who was walking in on from far, Percy, he,
she was walking from kind of like from that bank and watching him from afar when the mother threw him into the river. So so we know about his mother we know about huddle and his brother went over his sister, but and never mentioned anything about Moses father, who's his father in law who
have you people you know, notice this I mean, that just Halla it popped up just like that, but you know, there's there's some wisdom behind it.
Hello, Adam, but the the the value of women maybe all I could tell,
all I could say is, you know, the value of, of women the value of a mother, you know, and this amazing mother who, in fact she he refuse to suffer from any woman, except his own mother, you know, because Allah subhanaw taala made that promise to her and he, you know, and he fulfilled that promise to promises. And he fulfilled one so far. And the second one will be fulfilled as well. So, but it's interesting, it's really interesting to, to know that Allah does not talk, you know about moose as father, although we know about use of Yes, we talked about his father, but some handle, in the end, we don't talk about use of some mother, man, look at how these things, you know, and
things. You know, the stories are, you know, sometimes they make you think, you know, and make you know, and being off use have had that wonderful relationship with his father. But we don't know anything about his mom. Right? Where it brought him. We had a wonderful, you know, I mean, wonderful. He, we know about his father, but he did not have that relationship with his father in law, because his father was I know, chose to be a non believer. So but but I mentioned about his father, not about his mother.
So Yusuf Ali, Sarah, is married, he's married,
you know, and that relationship with his mother and father.
Look, as he is married, in the end, Elijah talks about his mother, you know, and he talks about his father, you know, Ibrahim, whereas Moosa, we only know about his mother, but we have no information whatsoever about he's about his dad, you know, so we'll leave it as that.
We talked about the some of the traits of the you know, of a leader, as musala, he certainly had that mission, right, the mission of, of, of moosari. Sam, remember the mission brothers and sisters, I mentioned them, they were four missions, those of you on Instagram on those on Facebook, who can remind me of mu says missions, he had four I mentioned four missions, or are they What are Moses missions, right, he had four, four things that he had to do.
While he was sent out,
you know, as a prophet as a messenger, you know, the mission or the message that he's carrying. So for remember, I mentioned, then those of you who are taking notes, you should know this, to confront founders, number one write to confront the greatest tyrant that's been around. So that's number one. Right? Zack allow me to calm down to toe heat. So not to call number one to confront him number two, to call him to that either a lot to call him to that a lot. Number three, number three.
And number three, what's number three,
to fully benefit from slavery, does that allow him to fully benefit slightly from slavery, and number four, lead Banu slot in a way now back then, that's number four. So number one, is to control for them. Number two, is to call for give him our call him to Islam, according to that either a lot. Number two, number three is to free benefit from slavery, you know, to support them from from, from from disgrace. And number four, number four is to is to bring people in and out from Egypt and to start the Renaissance, right to start that Renaissance with Ben it's like an amazing story. Amazing, amazing story with so many lessons. So that was his mission. So he needs to be a leader because he's
going to lead you know, these hundreds of 1000s of people move very slowly. So he needs to earn the the to inculcate these qualities of a good leader. So we talked about the qualities of good leader number one, he no only a true leader has to be has to have the quality of gentleness and tenderness. That's number one. Number two, we talked about distinguished education.
A true leader has to have distinguished you know, education and Moosa Elisa Lam, he learned that this is why he had to live in the palace, you have to live in the palace to get that distinguished education. And number three, we talked about physical strength. Truly a good leader has to build that physical strength and as you know, the Egyptians, they they they used to be really good at you know,
not only education, you know, but also education, the the, the, the evidence is the pyramids, right, the pyramids, they were very, very brilliant smart people until today. People do not understand the the the wisdom behind all the technology behind the
Behind somehow the you know, the pyramids and also sports. So, physical strength, number four, confidence, confidence and pride you know pride meaning not arrogance, but a truly there has to be an A has to have that high self esteem, high self esteem and confidence he got that when he was in the palace and he will need that you know, to stand up confront fear around number five courageous courage a true leader has to be courageous.
Of course, you need to have that courage. Number six he a role model a true leader, you know, he has to have a good role model this is why his mother used to talk to him about use of family celebrities to tell him the story of use of Allison as use of and and and moves up they share some common denominators they were bought from Venice, la he right Moosa, eventually he will be kicked out from Egypt, Yusuf was kicked out as well, you know, from from phosphene gone to Egypt. So they share a lot of, you know, common points and, and, and moves up.
And the use of a cerium was beloved by the Egyptians, they loved it, you know, Egyptians they loved him, he saved them, you Safari sir. So, here's to tell you about the story of of use of So, true a good leader has to have a role model.
We also talked about you know, another quality of a good leader is to have a balanced personality, right, a balanced personality, someone who's flexible, someone who is flexible, right and, and balance personality not too harsh and rough, but he will have to have you know, a balanced personality, also somebody who is humble, somebody who is humble, how would you see that some handla from
the story of Musashi Sam, humble, yes, he will go and and and he used to go to Venezuela, he used to go to his family, poor people who will sit down with them, you know, hit people who are poor, who will sit down with them, eat with them, and also he will go to the palace and live with the people on the panel. So he he builds a panel of quality he built that that wasn't you know, that balance as well in his life? Yes, he can easily easily melt with, you know, with both societies, easily, you know, melt with both societies, the Society of Venezuela, the poor, the humiliated, the disgrace, but he didn't mind sitting with them on the floor, maybe an eating with them, whatever, and living
with them and talking to them. And at the same time, he would go and live in the house. So you know,
he was humbled to wildlife, and the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam when he says Mentawai lay off. But the sisters, sisters and brothers, please remember this month awada idealer Rafa who should ever have humbles himself down before Allah, Allah will elevate him or her to Allah, which is against, you know, the opposite of arrogance. Because the arrogant as the Prophet Mohammed also Salaam says that the Arab will be resurrected and to deal with judgment in the form of an ant Subhanallah, arrogant going up, you know, going with his head up or with his nose up, you know, he's so arrogant, on the day of judgment,
on the day of judgment,
on the day of judgment, the arrogance will be resurrected in the form of and the prophet SAW some says that, you know why, and people will not even look at them, they'll just go on step on them, you know, but also the wall but whoever humble himself down Allah subhana wa, tada, we elevate them in this dunya and elevate them in Africa, elevate them both in this life and elevates them in the head after this is the importance of being humble and being down to earth. That does not mean that you disgrace yourself when you're down to earth. No, do not misunderstand, you know, bla bla, you know, humbleness is to be down to earth. You know, your your accept the fact that you know, your you know,
the poor people don't don't don't you know, don't oppress them don't feel that you're in be good to them, be gentle with them, you can talk to them sit with them on the floor. Finally, you have your your your they say, you know, today we say he's cootie You know, you're cool with here or there. You're cool. You know, and and Muslims, they have a problem with that Subhanallah a lot of Muslims have a problem with the summit. You know, they claim that they're not arrogant. Other people claim they're not arrogant, but sometimes they act in an arrogant way. We don't even none of them know it. I'll give you some examples. I'll give you some examples. A lot of us many times, although we claim
that we're not arrogant, but sometimes we act in an arrogant way.
In the machine, let's give you an example in the measure right now.
Say you're, you enter the budget. And you see this poor man, you know, he's his clothes are torn apart, and he's not to somehow law to clean and the only miskeen muskie and then he comes to say sell them to you. He comes to see 70 you, are you how are you going to give himself
or the sister or the sister? You know, he gives him Sam any maybe he would just say sell them and then you move on. He says, He smiles, he's already come sell them and then you go lower, maybe you won't even say Sam, he wants to shake your hand, maybe you won't even shake his hand. Or maybe you give him like a very kind of like, you know, this shake. miskeen is a poor guy, you know, his his clothes are all torn apart. You know, he's wearing socks all you know, with holes in them and whatnot. So he says sell them but you won't give him that sell and that proper setup. On the other hand, you go to the machine, and then in the parking lot, you see this guy coming out from a
Lamborghini. You see this guy coming out from a Lamborghini or from a Ferrari or from a Bentley? Or from a Rolls Royce or from a beautiful amazing car dressed up nice in your mesh heartless many beautiful smelling amazing. And then he comes towards you to say Sarah, how are you going to give him sell? Mm hmm. The same way? law into into, into into hug your hug man. Do you I hug you. You know just send out I don't know you but I heard you.
You don't know him but you will hug him. Hmm. Because of mesh you know because of his status. So Pamela right. Because of the status because of the stuff you don't know the guy but because he just comes out dressed up really nice comes up from this beautiful, amazing car, whatever. No. And then he comes around. You're not gonna just give him said I'm the same way you gave it to the other guy that pulled him skinny man, the poor Miskin man who came to give you a smile. And you say welcome Sarah then you just moved on. Right? Or you sit and talk to him and whatnot. You know? No, this guy will stand and where Kevin? How are you? My name is I'm coming at. You tell him
what is it called?
what's your name in Orlando? I used to know this older man and I forgot
kanakia Hey, I'm calm right? I think I'm Kanaka Holly Nam Kihara is how are you?
What's your name? My name is
Muhammad Ali Allah and you do like this
or that I'll be
on your Habibi.
Right? So So I've got Nam kiya kiya hakea Hey exactly I'm kind of get so you know your your use like I mentioned sometimes we act in an arrogant way without even us knowing
you agree or not agree? Right? This I just gave you an example very very simple example in the machine. Same thing applies to the sisters. Sitting you know, comes in one that was amazing sister with some beautiful, amazing by our law. Beautiful, you know, chawan commies with beautiful beautiful amazing stuff, you know? We're gonna sit next to her and you're gonna tell her you're not gonna take a system foot. You know, she says foot to foot. You know No, in the other system, who's who's wearing some dirty clothes, smelling whatever. And then she comes and she says, sister foot two foot shoulder to shoulder you say ne ne ne ne
ne Don't touch my feet. Don't touch my feet. Don't touch my shoulders. This sister foot two foot shoulder to shoulder Let's close the gaps you tell her no no, no no no no closing the gaps. But the other sister with Mashallah. Very beautiful sort of alchemy. So, sorry with all these broderie beautiful broderie beautiful, you know, silky silky colorful goes with smelling beautiful, you know, and then she says foot to foot. Yes. Just a step on my foot toe. You know, if you want not only foot to foot shoulder to shoulder step, here's my foot step on it is to it. You'll you'll find and you sit next to her not Hello kita right. Sometimes so Pamela, we act in an arrogant way without even us
So now you tell me. Do you agree or agree?
Khadija elisabete LuLaRoe
Layla? Yes mean? So saying manisa do you guys agree? I suppose Ali, agree or agree.
You see how I told you initially
See, sometimes you know we act in an arrogant way without even us realizing. You say, arrogant, arrogant, no, not arrogant, but sometimes we act as knowing some 100 carry. So anyways, Musa alayhis salam he grew up you know with both in both environments in the environment of Venezuela a scene with them eating with them of course the food of Venezuela is not the same as the food of the palace come on you're you're eating the food of the palace This is renowned
for down there the best of the best the best food the best education the mains everything you name it, you got it the food that nobody nobody would have, of course will will have
So all I'm saying here is you know he adapted to the situation he adapted you know to both environments whether he's with Venezuela or whether he is not with better slide whether he goes to the palace, he's fine with both so he is down to earth you know, humbleness that's number eight number nine write down write down I didn't mention this right. I did not mention eight nine and 10 so these are I told you I will share with you 1010 traits and qualities of good leader you know of a good leader so so far I mentioned seven yesterday you know with balanced personality number eight you have to be humble right? That's number eight number nine a true leader is a carrier of a message
a true leader carries a message that he said I
have called a leader has to have a message a leader without a message is like a guy driving in in London UK without a GPS
right even those black cabs in in in the in the in Britain in England Britain in those black cabs who have these mind of masala I watched a documentary on those black cab guys you know they they memorize the and they used to drive a cab myself I used to drive a cab in San Francisco but those black cab guys in in in Britain in London, they memorize the city just like like dead hands better than their own home yeah, and they know the city in and out but they still use a GPS now. So so a leader without the Salah without a message in life is like a is like a guy driving in the in London without anywhere driving without a GPS not knowing where he or she's going.
Right? Not knowing he or she
Where are they going?
So remember this sisters and brothers so far, this is nine, nine traits or nine qualities of good leaders. Right? Let's mention them all together. Now let's start now let me mention number 10 and then we will you know recalculate them. So number nine as I said, you have to have any Salah you have to have a message that's number nine, number 10 number 10
a true leader has to have
good company you need to have a good companion on your way and you're not only a role model role model maybe a person that you don't you know that is not you know he does not live with you he's not in your you know, he somebody that you know all but leaves very far away. That person may not even know you, right? He's your role model. I know but I don't know he does not know me. I just follow him right or follow her but a good companion you need to have a friend
and he will build that softball with his brother.
So much so that when he goes to confront, move around, he will take his brother with him it will take you know how long would him How long was not a prophet Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. Allah Akbar Han was not a prophet. Moose asked Allah to make a how on the Prophet
as he when Allah Xhosa later on we were talking about this when Allah says that give him that mission to go and face for an hour and talk to fill around since I started because most I used to stutter. Moosa had this stutter, he says, Why don't you send my brother with me so that we can make thicker and and we will accompany each other? So he needs that? He need that, you know, that friendship, companionship, and then heroin came along? I love what about a brother and his brother two brothers. How's your relationship with your brother By the way, if you have a brother or a sister, how's your relationship with them? Look at Moses relationship with his brother and his
sister. They were very, very close. So much so so close that both of them will go and face the greatest irony of all time to now.
So these are 10
and the model Allah Dini Holly Lee
Young men johari the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam says a man will follow the footsteps of his loved ones. Let each one of you have his schools once that each one of you that each one of you
meticulously choose their loved ones, I mean they're close ones their friends, the prophet Mohammed awesome says
a man will follow the footsteps
of Allah, Allah men follow the you know, will be after you know following the religion of his close friends, that each one of you meticulously choose their friends
you will you know, a man will follow a man is a mirror onto one another where the mirror onto each other. So, your friend is a mirror onto you and your your mirror onto your friend yeah and when you when I when I look at you, you know my friend, I should see myself like a reflection of myself
same thing when your friend your friend looks at you know, when you look at him, you know or her she should also you know have that reflection.
So, this is why the importance of the importance of having a good companionship. So, let us go and recapitulate these 10 qualities of good leader right the 10 qualities of good leader number one yellow number one guys number one, number one I said tenderness and gentleness number two distinguished education number three physical strength now you know strength any sports number four, confidence and self esteem number five, courage number five, carriage number six, you need the role model, a true leader no good either need a role model you need a coach, you need a life coach, right number number number seven, you need you need to be a balanced balanced personality, flexible
balance and flexible. Number Number eight, humbleness number eight humbleness, number nine carrier of the sadder a carrier of a message and number 10 good companionship. Right good companionship. So these are the 10 qualities or traits of a
good leader. So, let's move on my brothers and sisters.
musala sam started, like I said, going back to his mom
going back to his mom.
birth mom, he knows his story. Now he knows who he is. But his mom told him Don't defog that that you know that secret keep it a secret for now do not reveal it and he kept it. But Allah subhana wa tada would have to test you, he will have to test you, when you claim you're a believer, you had to go through or you will have to go through some sort of a test.
And musala he Sam will go to that test.
You will have to make a choice, you will be put in a situation where you will have to make a choice. And as I said yesterday, a lot of us sometimes we make the wrong choices of hanaman you will see
is a carrier of
of a message. So
something that's going to happen
that's going to be decisive in his life.
And what's going to happen is
chapter passes solid assets verse number 15. Please be careful with me here. I only have few minutes left few minutes left and I'm done. But here's the gold I'm coming with the gold because I said in life you will have to make choices. Allah Xhosa will put you in situations where you will have to make certain choices. So here's the choice. And this choice will turn your life upside down. This is why I said it's a very decisive, you know choice.
It's not it's going to be that day. That day will be a pivotal day in your life. You will have to make that choice
verse number 15 from Asus verse number 15 from South Asus Allah subhana wa telesis audible Lamanna Shree paniagua Jean
Medina tada Haney reflecting only half the fee abajo Laney atina
first of all,
mean I'd only focus
early on I had I mean I Manisha on in who I don't know maybe. So Allah subhana wa tada says about Musa and then one day he added
entered his city, the city of his you know where he was born, you know the city of British law. He entered either Haney reflecting earlier or a time of an awareness of his people. Because not only now philosophy you know, he's not more getting breastfed, why are you going to Venezuela?
Why, you know, so at a time of awareness, so he goes, used to go in secret to visit his mom and his brother and his sister and his family.
Right? So he goes out of the day and secrets. And then Allah subhanho wa Taala says, and then he found two men fighting.
This is why I said this will be the pivotal day, he found two men fighting one of his party that means from various law in his party, and the other one from either way from his house from his house or his enemy. The man of his party sought his help, he sought his help. First, Lady whoami she it another lady Minato way. And then the one from his party from Venezuela, he he sought his help Moses help
fellow workers at home Moses, on the army.
I mean, I managed to get on in
Moosa without without asking Moosa without inquiring just because this man is from his tribe. He just goes, No, he has to make a decision. Right. Right. Dead quick decision. quick decision. Yeah, I need two men of fighting one from your from your clan, no one from your tribe, one from your party, and the other one from your house.
From your foes right from your phones. So who are you going to support most? Without thinking he went to support the guy from his own party? What did he do? He struck him with his feast and killed him. Remember what I said? Moosa was strong. Human, they know that one man, one inch punch, you know, one inch punch, just one inch with that 111 punch. He strikes him once he struck him, and he killed him. And then he says, heard I mean, I'm Alicia pond, this is the doing of straight on the heels of you know, adewumi he is misleading enemy. Because he realized I should have asked, I should have inquired, maybe the guy from my own party is wrong.
But I just he because he sought my help. I just went and I he went and he's stroking. Sisters and brothers. He has an amazing lesson right here of Imam Imam Malik.
he lived at you know, in America used to live in Medina. Brothers and sisters, do you want to? Do you want to hear this amazing story of America. I used to live in Medina, in my medic, the nomadic humans. You know, we call them the medic, he might have those in Iraq. You know, people in Morocco, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia, they adopt this medical method from Imam Malik. Right. He used to live in Medina. But there's this amazing story that happened to him what I know about the story of Mr. Malik,
we can all relate to this amazing.
He used to live in Medina. So happens this quarrel between a son or between a brother and his brother two brothers right between two brothers.
Between two brothers.
One brother killed the other brother.
He killed him.
One brother killed the other brother so that one brother died. So this is blood brothers. in Medina. They had an argument they had a fight one kill the other.
So they caught the killer. And the outcome the ruling is the killer will be killed. The killer will be killed.
came the family the father and the mother and they said we forgave house. We know you know we lost already one son. We don't want to lose the second son.
We lost one already. We don't want to lose the second house we forgive and we let go.
What did Mr. Malik do?
What did Mr. Malik do? Because this is very similar to Musa alayhis salaam Musa he saw two men fighting without inquiring. He goes and then he defends his the guy from his own party. Right? And then he killed the other guy without even inquiring.
Do you want to know what the mimetic did brothers and sisters?
The father and the mother they said we want we don't want to lose both kids.
But you want to know what Mr. Malik did brothers
yes yes me?
Yes No one LuLaRoe Yes, Khadija Do you guys are no no, no no later you want to know what Mr. Maliki that is about the alarm and
we can all relate to this subpanel carry.
You guys want to know YesI How about Facebook? manisa you give me the eyes? Want to know?
Should the meds okay?
Don't you smell something? But
who is that? Go smell the butter. Come on. Don't you guys smell something? What do you smell? I smell it.
What do you smell? I smell something funny.
I smell something funny.
Or no? Oh, yes. But uh, come on. He got it. I smell a cliffhanger in the making.
I smell a cliffhanger in the making.
Yes, we did. We did. We did. Yeah, no, it's not tomorrow. Tomorrow is Saturday and Sunday. No, no, it will be next week in sha Allah butanna. It will be next week in sha Allah who Tada. I'm done. I'm done. Zakouma love hair. Yes, it has to be cliffhanger. We're done. But amazing story, you will see what's going to happen to Moosa and now he had to make that decision. You had to make that decision. And he made that decision. And you will see what that decision. This is what I said it will be decisive. It is very decisive. It's a pivotal, pivotal, pivotal,
pivotal, a pivotal decision that he had to make that's going to change his life. And you see what's going to happen to him, but what did a medic do? And you know, and most of them will choose to travel somewhere why that particular time? You know in Jordan, why that particular Medina called Midian? Why? Why Midian particularly, why not go to follow Spain? why he chose Jordan, you know, did he know how to get to Jordan, did he know how to get to Madrid anyways, all this my brothers and sisters, so inshallah who Tada. As of next week, we will change the schedule. So it will be as of next week because we ran this poll, and a lot of you requested the weekends, you know versus
weekdays. So we will go back to Friday, Saturdays and Sundays and shallow data as of next week. Unfortunately, we will not see you tomorrow, we will not see your Sunday, I will see you a week from today meaning Friday, the next session would be next Friday in shallow data next Friday be in the left Friday, Saturday and Sunday. And the timing would be different as well, you know, the timing would be different.
The timing would be five o'clock pm, eastern time, the majority they wanted that five o'clock pm eastern time, which is 10pm UK time which is 11pm Belgium time, right. So, I will I will post this on my social media with regard to the new timings inshallah. hotaka. But as far as you know, the days the days would be on the weekends, you know, the series will no longer be on weekdays. It will be on weekends inshallah. hota Allah with regard to the seal class, we will, we will, we'll see again, we will pick the day for that I would run another
when when I when I would run another poll talking about the, you know, the tafsir class and when we should have them in Charlottetown. All right, is that Kamala Harris Baraka Luffy come May Allah subhanho wa Taala Well, I ran a poll and it was on Facebook and Instagram, you know, and I asked you guys, you know, to vote, and other people voted, and I went with, you know, I went by people's, you know, what people chose, I just went with the majority and the majority chose weekends versus weekdays. So unfortunately, we're gonna, you know, go with that, we will go with that for few weeks, you know, a few days, few weeks and see how that goes. And Sharla who tada we will see how that
goes, inshallah Tada, right. We will see how that goes. Oh, Australia time, so well. Why don't you guys vote? Why didn't you vote right. Now five o'clock, you know, is the majority, maybe I would change the time. Maybe I would change it to 6pm Eastern Time. Keep it the same time. 5am Singapore time? How long will occur with a labor law? You know, so I told you guys to vote and I'm just going with the majority of the votes. I know and, like I don't want people to I don't want to be like, dude, if you do do me if you don't, I just asked you and people voted. So that's why you know, you didn't vote the hell out of
these will be recorded in Sharla. Whoa, Tada. For those of you who may miss them, they will be recorded anyways, you know, so then you can always watch them. Let's try it.
See how that goes you know in sha Allah who tada to be on the weekend right? It'll be on the weekend anyway so why don't you you know stay up that day you know from Fazal and then stay up until sunrise. after sunrise you can listen to me you know stand up at the sunrise then you can pray your you can pray your your your your Doha inshallah tada whatever inshallah we'll try we'll see how that goes in Sharma right. We shall that goes, it was on both Facebook and Instagram. You know, the voting, you know, it was on Facebook and Instagram. You can always go back to my page and see them in Sharla huhtala. But at any rate, is that Kamala hair Baraka feeco salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa
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