The Stories of the Prophet Episode 49 Session 18, Musa and AlKhid

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Smell level 100 knows how to sell for less than Mr. lakemont light Allah wa barakato

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This is reality zazzy We're coming to you to the stories of the prophets

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and today inshallah Tyler we are with episode number 49. And it's session number 18 talking about Musashi setup. And today we will be with Moosa and alfetta. inshallah, so, Episode 49 and session number 18 just talking about Moses 18 lessons so far, talking about masahisa. So please allow me to give a minute or two for more people to join, so that we could start and resume our series inshallah with that

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work on the brothers and sisters, those of you on Instagram, and those of you on Facebook, as I can watch out for joining.

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It's been a, it's been a, you know, a long week. So charlo Tyler, we've been doing these series.

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Now for the past

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several months.

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We've done quite a few series, we've done the end of time we've done homemade happiness. And then we've done

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we started the stories of the prophets. And today as I mentioned today is episode number 49. And it's session number 18 talking about Moosa today inshallah, we'll be talking about Moosa and affetto today, today's session will be quite interesting, a lot of lessons very, very,

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you know, worldly lessons that we that we can all relate to

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a lot of lessons that we can all relate to six months now all mash all lessons as me

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now why do you need to go back and check them out all the other lessons so that you can, you know, be up to speed with everybody else? Because every session there's something you know, at least one or two things that you

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that you will be that you could learn from you know, every every session every lesson, definitely there's a lot of things that we can all relate to. So, please do go back and if you have missed any sessions are all on recorded on Facebook, on Instagram and on YouTube as well. Anyway, so my business sisters last week, we after Moosa Elisa them

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you know, again, got the toll off from Allah subhana wa, tada started teaching, teaching the in order to how to better slot a and and and he sort of divided them into different groups like 12 groups, and each group was led by sebat like each group was led by by a chief for the leader, right? So, one day as masala Salim one day as Masai Salaam,

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was giving us a talk

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with no slave, you know, teaching them to talk. And then one of bento saw it, one person asked him a question. He says almost that, who is the most

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knowledgeable man on earth, or mosa, who is the most knowledgeable man on earth? And then most of them said, I said, I, so let's handle it. And I wanted to teach him a lesson. And I wanted to teach him a lesson that he is not actually the most knowledgeable man on earth. In fact, he attributed it to himself was he should have attributed it to Allah subhanho wa Taala that Allah is an Adam allele, one of the names of Allah subhanho wa Taala Adam, Aleem somehow subhana wa tada his the the the the the supreme

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Knower subhana wa tada the knower of everything so kinda right so allies there's a you know, since you believe God gave it to Moosa or Moosa, there is a man actually who is more knowledgeable than you. There's a person who knows more than you. And he made it so hard for him, did not describe this person, you know, or have his name or whatnot. You know, he just says go to this, the junction of the two C's go to the junction of the two seas and in there you will meet a man and that man he is the most knowledgeable man on earth.

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On earth. He has more knowledge

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Any, so Moosa now wants to seek knowledge. Like I said earlier sisters and brothers this session is really, really interesting because we can derive lots of lessons from it, you know, especially for those who seek knowledge, number one, number two, especially to those who are going through difficulties, hardships, and sometimes they wonder, sometimes they wonder, you know, as to why certain things are happening to them.

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And it can make more sense once we go through the story of Elijah and Moosa, sometimes you are going through something, you know, and you have good intention, very good intention. And then, you know, and then

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little problem happens on the way

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you stumble, you fall, and then you wonder why that thing happened. At that time, I was going to a very important meeting, and then something happened, you know, and I had a very good intention, why that marriage didn't happen.

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Why that divorce happens, why

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that baby died, why that man died, why that woman died, why that person had an accident. Why, why why? Oftentimes, there are certain things you know, certain times where we wonder as to why things are happening to us. Right. So here, we will learn about you know, some of the hikma some of the wisdom as to why or maybe we don't necessarily need to know the why. Right? Sometimes we don't really need to know the why. Because if it's coming from Allah Subhana Allah to Allah Allah is you know, is the best of planners tapana everybody plans but Allah is the best of planners subhanho wa Taala but as human beings we have that weakness and as human beings we wonder, as human beings we

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ask questions

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as human beings we ask questions and though some of the questions are like why

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I invested so much on this relationship

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Why did it didn't have to fall like that? What do you have to collapse like that? What do you have to end like this?

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Right, or I sought so much and I sacrificed so much, but I did not get what I I think I deserve. Why? Why? Why Why? We could learn that inshallah tada today from the study of musasa

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it's a very strange man. strange story.

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go someplace. What is that place the junction of the two seas? What two seas?

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What two seas? Where? Why can't you just tell me a Why doesn't he come to me? I'm a prophet. I'm a prophet. I need to learn Omar Why doesn't that man come to me?

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Know your knowledge or your knowledge seeker. So you abide by the the etiquettes of a knowledge seeker. It is the student who goes to the teacher, Allah Allah, Allah. Allah, Allah Allah. It is the student who goes to the teacher. Although today we have so many teachers go into the students and begging them begging them to come and learn.

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Yes, a lot of sheoak and stagers, they're begging the students, whereas it is the student who goes and begged the teacher

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Hmm

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So Moo Sally said them was kind of like, you know,

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thoughts a little bit by by Beijing minister teaching him that, you know, No, in fact, you shouldn't have attributed knowledge to yourself. There's a man who is more knowledgeable than you. Right there is a man more knowledgeable Daniel. And yeah, you know what I'm gonna meet him. So go to the junction of the two seas what two seas want to talk about it as well and charlo Kai

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magicbands mahalo

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majima about the junction of the two seas.

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And these two seas By the way,

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either it will be in in in the the junction between the the Red Sea and cyanide

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the Jordan C, the Jordan C and the Red Sea. There's a junction in there either there where the salt water or the salty water meets the the sweet water they call a junction of the two seas the two seas between the the the the the salty water and the Sweetwater there's a partition, there's a junction, so either between the Jordan sea and the Red Sea, all or it could also be the

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Where the white Nile meet the Blue Nile? Where's that in Sudan,

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where the white Nile meets the Blue Nile in Sudan.

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But Moosa was closer to the Dead Sea

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was closer to the Dead Sea. So more was most likely near the Red Sea a lot. We don't know. But he just told him it is in the junction of the two seas. So Moosa had to walk miles and miles and miles and miles, to meet that man, to learn something from him to learn something from him.

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And this is the, this is the case of the knowledge seekers, right. To seek knowledge you need to you need to exercise a lot of efforts. You need to exercise Yes, older now a lot of things are easy to have access to online, on the internet, but even online and the internet, you've got to watch out what you're reading what you're looking at what you're, you know, listening to,

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I'm good by the way, I'm alright you can listen to me all you want. inshallah never deviate. Because everything I say is based on what Allah says in the Quran. And what Prophet Mohammed says in the Hadith, he'd say, That's it, right? So you're fine. But even online, you got to be careful and be skeptic as well. Yes. If something does not make sense to you ask, but ask in a very, you know, modest, respectful way. This is also one you know, one of the fruits of, of seeking knowledge, one of the etiquettes of seeking knowledge, how to ask questions in a proper manner.

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Now, you want to learn knowledge, how to ask a question in a proper manner. Not like Yo, yo, yo, teacher, yo, yo, what? Yo, What man?

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Yo,

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yo, yo, what?

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Not a nice way to ask, you know, to ask a question, you know, yo, yo,

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Fei, the the Prophet Mohammed understood them when Jesus came to ask him a question.

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You can sit down, you know, he's dies against the ties or his knees against the knees of the Prophet Mohammed Aslam. He put his knees against the needs of the Prophet Mohammed, then he put his hands on the ties of the Prophet Mohammed as a student, and asked him, you know, questions of Prophet Mohammed, Mohammed, what's, what's Islam? What's a man was?

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I think he was looking at him. And he was asking the question, and then he wasn't arguing, you were saying, Yes, correct. You're right. You're right.

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All right. So, so most, and he said, I know, he had to undertake a journey, a long journey,

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a long journey.

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And then on the way because it's a long journey, he told his maid who went with him, you know, like, his servant went with him. He says, Take

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Take a fish with us a fish you know, and then if once we get hangry, you know, we'll have it like, you know, for as a meal. But, you know, that's, you know, maybe roasted or something over the Gupta fish, and then take it with us into our journey. Once we get hungry, you know, we stop and then we, you know, we have it as a meal. We have it as a meal, but it'll take a fish with you. And then why a fish? Like I said, the whole story is filled with with would

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vary a lot of secrets, filled with secrets filled with all

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amazing story. Take fish, why not? Chicken? Why not just bread? Why not? some beef? Why not some lamb? Why take fish? Take fish. And,

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you know, cook it, and then put it in your in your basket. And let's go and then once we, you know, in our journey, we certainly were going to get tired, hungry, then we would stop and have it as a meal.

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was the name of this man almost up? I don't know. It's a man who's going to be between the two junction, the junction of the two seas he'll be there.

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So he took his he's a man with him, and that man is according to the scholars, you will be you shall be known. You should have known my brothers and sisters. He, He is the one who in fact,

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after the death of Moosa, he will become a prophet, this boy, this boy will become a prophet. Eventually, his name is Yoshi yuja known, he will eventually become a prophet. And he is so Pamela, the men who have taken venues to LA and enter la vaca. Yes. So Moses training him

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He, he's training him for him. Come, let's take this journey together. Right and carry the back for me, Allah Come on What? Carry the back of your teacher.

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So Moosa now is the teacher.

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And who is the students? The student is usually the boy going with Mussa and carrying the bag. Ah, yes, carry the bag of your teacher. There was some Pamela

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the like, mmm a handbag or, or Emma Malik, they all these emails, they used to have someone who in fact, if you want to talk to the Imam, you have to go through the, to the to the students, he had a very somebody who's really close to Him, who would be like the guy who's taking care of his time or the guy who was taking care of his appointments or whatnot. Right? So there was this man who is the shoe holder of the shoe,

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the shoe holder of the shoe, but look so panela anybody who wants to talk to that Imam, he will have to go through the shoe holder.

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He had to go to look at it. Some you may say it's disgraced, you know, kind of like position or the job just to be the shoe holder of the man, but a lot elevated to him because of knowledge. He is just holding the shoes of the female when the man comes, He gives him his shoes. But nobody can talk to the man. They have to go through the shoulder and the shoulder. He's the one who makes appointments. So if somebody wants to talk to you, man, please email I need to talk to the Father. They have to go to the shoulder.

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Mentor daddy law, as the Prophet Mohammed Salim says, Matata Allah, Allah, whoever humbles himself down before Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala would elevate them. Allah would elevate them so he was the shoulder. But you know, Allah elevated him here you sharpen and known and took the journey with masa and the first journey was Let's learn together

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we're gonna learn right because eventually that man he will take bento slot

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so he carried the meal he carried the bag and then which was

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inside which was the was the fish you know that meal and they department as Allah subhana wa tada says fun tada all

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in the lock Oh, who speaks Arabic

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And those of you on Facebook and those of you on Instagram, Lilo Lilo Lilo killer kilo maybe speaks Arabic who speaks Arabic here, you know, fun thought, ah, Paul interlock. What does interlock mean, you know, in Arabic, in English, it says and they departed, they departed, but interlock is like, you know, somebody is about to undertake a, you know, like a race or race

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in Turlock, like when you have a race, in a sense, and then you have a guy who, who shoots a gun, right, you know, he once he shoots that gun, and then the, the, you know, the, the runners, they, they they have lunch, they just like run. So what happens here is if they lock before the interlock of the, of the of the race. So here, Allah subhanaw taala kept saying frontopolar often

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as if they're, you know, that about to start a race.

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And likewise, in knowledge, it requires in luck. It requires like you're there physically, spiritually, you know, emotionally interlock

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to walk hundreds of miles on foot,

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on foot, maybe hundreds of kilometers on foot, just so that they can meet their teacher.

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And who's the teacher? It's a secret. It's a man who is going to be in between, you know, the junction of the two seas.

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And the beginning of the story, first and foremost, brothers and sisters teaches us three things. Are you guys taking notes,

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sisters, and brothers? Are you taking notes, those of you on Instagram and those of you on Facebook? Are you guys taking notes? Because the tea, like I said this, just the beginning of the story teaches us three things. Number one, it teaches us persistence.

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It teaches us persistence. Good. Yes, me very good. persistence. If you want knowledge, you want to be persistent in seeking knowledge. It's not easy.

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It's not easy. So you need to be persistent and you have to have the

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Lots of patience, lots of patience by saying no knowledge requires a lot of a lot of patience and persistence, you need to wake up early and go to the teacher go to attend the lecture, and then take notes and then come back and then review your notes.

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Number two, you need to be in it to uh,

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to humble yourself down definitely, especially if it was your teacher, another fruit or another added another etiquette of seeking knowledge. So all you need to be humble, and you have to have Adam

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Adam, good character, good moral character good etiquette in seeking knowledge with especially with your teacher, especially with your you know, the one who's teaching you and number three brothers and sisters.

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And this is the most important element in seeking knowledge. Who knows it Who can tell me from Instagram and from Facebook Who can tell me the third element This is the most important element in seeking knowledge. Number three Who can tell me what that is?

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Yella quick way Who can tell me what that is.

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I say three things you need to add persistence in seeking knowledge and patience. Number two, you need to be humble and have adapt. Number three, which is the most important element using it Yes, of course. But

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patience. We said that patient sister Fatima. I said patients I already said patients with persistence they go together. But you need a third element which is the most critical element. The most critical element anybody from Facebook efforts? Yes, you need to make efforts that's persistent sister Lola robe LuLaRoe you need to have you know every making effort that means you know, persistence now I'm teaching it Yes. At some point. taqwa. Yes, it is all good. But Geez, I know it is all good. Attention is all good. But there is that critical element none of you have said it yet. That that very important element in seeking knowledge number three. If it without it, everything

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goes down the drain. Respect we said that respect. Passing knowledge we said that but you know it's part of you know, it's without this third element. Everything goes down the drain. Sisters and brothers you need sincerity.

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You need sincerity.

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You need sincerity. Write it down sincerity. You need to be sincere shop non consumer you need sincerity LuLaRoe you need sincerity. Shazia you need sincerity. So here it is mean you need sincerity. All right, write it down. loss is loss. If you look at the books of Hadith, like the book of Albania, for instance, the book of the 14 heads, or the book of Makati, or any book of Hadith, the very first heading that they start with is in

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the yet we're in the medical memory in Manila. Go back and check the 40 Hadith for instance.

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Everybody starts with the hammer they start with in the metal bin yet, see, you know the actions are based on intentions. actions are based on intentions. So one has to have a very pure intention before undertaking this journey. Why do you want to become Adam? Why do you want to become hallford? Remember, in the end of time, that series which we have done, you know, during korona time

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and he's still calling the time but the very first time when we started that series and they said the very first few people who will be thrown in here fire it remember that the very first three people who will be thrown in Hellfire In fact, they're Muslims. And one of them is somebody who sought knowledge and became became half of the became alum. But he did not do it off of pure sincerity. You know, he did it out of fame, he wouldn't be the first one to be thrown in that fire. So that's why I said this is the most critical element in seeking knowledge, sincerity.

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So go to social capital, first number 60. So let's look at verse number 60 chapter a cave, verse number 60, what it's all

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about who had a blue image man behind had a blue image.

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And then Moosa, he told his Fatah Fateh in Arabic means young man, young boy, you know he's talking about you shot, you should have been renewed.

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I should not rest Allahu Akbar persistence. He told him I shall not rest all my Bob

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I shall not rest had to upload images by hand by hand until I reach the junction of the two seas.

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I mean, until I get into the junction of the two seas Yeah, and I have, I'm focused. I'm going straight. I want to learn knowledge. I'm going to meet this man who will teach me knowledge. So I will not have risk law. Oh, yeah.

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Oh,

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yeah. And I wouldn't walk and walk and walk. Even if I have to walk on my life. I would walk on my life until I need this man. That's called persistence.

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That is called persistence.

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By brothers and sisters, even the angels they make up for those who seek knowledge.

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In those of you who are here right now, those of you on Facebook and those of you on Instagram, do you know that the angels are making the app for you right now?

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Did you guys know that?

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Shannon, that's Gavin.

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Yes, mean, Lino kilo. So Sergio, saying, Do you know that the angels are making the app for you right now? Because the Prophet says that the angels are making the art for the seeker of knowledge.

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Even the fish in the sea, Allahu Akbar, even the fish in the sea, they make the art for those who seek knowledge.

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Or Sahara suhaila. It's not to hope so it is definitely so in sha Allah, it is definitely so because the Prophet said so that the angels are making the art for those who seek knowledge and you people are here for you here just to watch how amazing I am.

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Are you? Are you just watching out how amazing I am? No, you're not here to watch how amazing you're here to seek knowledge. So because you're here to seek knowledge, angels are making the art for you right now. How can EMA? Exactly? Me that's not for me, it's you're heading towards what the prophet Mohammed said. And that he said also, that even the the see that even the fish in the sea are making that

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even the fish in the sea are making that for those who seek knowledge.

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So

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yeah, I want to learn

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Mm

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hmm. Used to see

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men and Mahabharata in a locker bar.

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Even, you know, from the hen belly might have

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been offended from the henneberry madhhab. He used to have this much about you know, the pen, and he was always writing, writing, writing, writing, they, they jailed him the last time, you know, they he was he was beaten. He was beaten so many times.

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And they gave him the to him in jail. All he needed was I want you know, the ink that the time they used to use, you know, the, it's like, it's not a pen, you know, it's like this stick that they used to dip in the ink and these to write with it. Right? So he said that's called bah, bah bah, you know.

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Arabic is Inc. So he says, with the Mahabharata with my Baba to my maka. maka, maka means the grave. The grave cover cover, right? You're all speaking or even an old or Arabic. You said cover? cover, right? So he says with my baba baba with my ink, to my mcbomb to my cup to my grave.

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I was writing and I hope that's why I keep asking are you people taking notes? Sister? Yeah, she means she's taking notes. And sister Kereama she's the sister Fatima. She's taking notes. Now what used to take notes? I don't know if she still does, but I know now why she she used to take notes.

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Anyways, a man a boy, you know, in fact, let me just share this story with you. A boy came to a chef who wanted to learn from him he wanted to you know, he wanted to learn some some more from him from him.

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Like love youth now there so sometimes passionate, I just want to learn and they want to read books and whatnot to become Adam. They want to become Adam in no time. Right? So the shift told him or Okay, come with me. So he took him to the you know, to the to the seat to the ocean to the sea. And then he took his head and then he put him down inside the water. He put his head inside the water.

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The boy came to the chef I want to learn from you. I want you to teach me

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I want you to teach me

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All right. So

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we took him into the ocean with them. And then once they reach the ocean like this

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Seeing that he put his head inside the water.

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And the boys just started moving because he has to breathe. Instead of moving until he was about to die. He was dying because he's dying. And then he let him go.

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And then he was so angry at the chef or the teacher. He was sewing here at him. He almost killed me. I just came to you. I want to turn to anyone who wanted to kill me.

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The shift asked him, What did you really want when you were inside the water? What was the most important thing that you really, really wanted at the time? He says I wanted air. I wanted air I wanted to breathe air I just wanted to breed. He says, Go back. Go back. Once your love for knowledge becomes like your love for air, then come to me and I shall teach you

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love aka a love walkabout. Go back. And once your love for him for knowledge becomes like your love for air for air, then come back to me. I shall teach you knowledge I shall teach you in.

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Don't just go to learn knowledge just because again, this is sincerity. Why do you want to learn? Do you want to learn to be called Adam? Or do you want to learn indeed to save yourself and to save your family and to save people around you?

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Do you want to earn a title?

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Collie share it you just want to earn a title or you want to do it so that you can be saved in the Day of Judgment.

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So Moosa told the boy I should not rest. I couldn't be walking and walking. I should not rest until I get to my appointed place so I can meet that man so I can I can learn from him. La bajo la

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la.

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Done Allah subhanho wa Taala says, but I'm Bella majima I'm a nema nasioc

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Sabina hoofing Buhari Salva magia was upon

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Tina vada Anna, no other Nabina savonlinna

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When they reached the, the junction of the two seas, look at this amazing thing that just happened now. They walked and walked and walked and walked. And in fact, they reached that that appointed place that they wanted to go to, they reach the junction of the two seas.

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They sat down to rest

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and then on the way and then they resumed their, their their journey. And somehow not the boy forgot to fish for God the bag in you know in by in a word in the place where they were sitting in the place where they were sitting, that he forgot the fish in there. And then they resumed. And when they passed further on, Moosa said to his, to his servant, bring us our meal. We got Henry bring us our meal. Truly, we have suffered much fatigue in our journey.

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So the two things happened here, they will walk in and walk in and walking. And of course, they sat down just to rest.

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And then they stood up and then carried on. But on before they carried on somehow the boy forgot the fish.

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And that happened between the the direction of the two seas. And then they went on again, looks and Pamela Allah made it even harder. You reached your place, and then kept on going. And then now you have to go back again. So Pamela, like I said, this story is filled with mysteries, love mysteries.

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So they went back again. And then who said once he you know, he said he told his servant.

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Why don't you you know, give us our meal. Certainly we have suffered much fatigue in our journey. And then the boy said, the boy said on Friday

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you know soccer motiva has eaten Oh,

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oh, he died

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you know sokrati vein Nina Seaton

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Sani who illustrate on

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what the Hagia Sabina who will

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follow on

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daddy Hema Paul song.

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The boy told Moosa, he said, Do you remember when we took ourselves to that rock because when they you know, they were traveling, they were traveling, and then when they you know, they stopped to rest. They sat down on the rock. They sat down on the rock and then when they resumed their journey, the boy forgot the fish right by the rock.

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So now most I told him after some time again, you know, he says, Go back, go back.

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And you know, I, I want to in a way, let's say we have an undertaking, you know so much fatigue, so given and suffered so much fatigue, give us the food, the boy said, Do you remember when we, you know, we took off on ourselves to that to the rock when we went in on then we sat down on that rock? Indeed.

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That's what I forgot the fish. But then he says, when Matt and Sandy who illustrated Oh, and

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indeed I forgot the fish, but he said it.

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And it was only the shaitan who made me forget it. It was the shaitaan who made me forget, you know, the fish. And then he says, and then they took back the course you know where when they came as they traveled, I don't know for how long again, they traveled and traveled and traveled and now they have to go back and follow the footsteps of Allah subhana wa tada says, follow the

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30 Hema pass I saw they went back exactly what they came back and where they came from.

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Back and forth. As I said, Moses said, I will not rest until I find the man so that's persistence.

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Moosa did not get angry at his servant.

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Moosa did not get angry at his server didn't say, why did you forget the you know the fish? Why didn't Why didn't you? You know, why aren't you careful? Where are you so careless? Why are you not paying attention? You know, we're so hungry. We're so tired. On top of that, you know, you know, you forget about the fish. You forget about our meat. You forgot one of them lunch. You know, he did not get under him. He knew, okay, that was the sign. That is the sign. So we need to go back exactly where we came from. Because that's where I'm supposed to meet that men. That's where I'm supposed to meet that men. And then they go and they walk back. And then they walk back.

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And when he went back brothers and sisters, he so a men

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sleeping,

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covering himself with as they say that I buy, you know, the sisters, they will I buy him and the brothers they would I bet I look at him in Morocco. We couldn't sell him. Right, you know, and that web came up, you know, selling him? I don't know, you speak out of me. I hope you know some homies that, you know, even in the Egyptians, they use it in Syria, they use it

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in the Alamo, not in not in India and Pakistan and Bangladesh. They don't it's a different it's a different sort of type of garment. But it's something that you know, stuck out by like, you see the lot of Saudi shoes, they wear them, you know, a lot of Saudi shoe, they wear that, you know, the they were the top and on top of their top, they weren't something you know, either black or or, or or white or, or creamy, you know, so that's type of scenario you know, so that's like a bad kind of thing around you know, so so he saw this he saw a men sleeping and covering himself with a green net with a green eye by

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green and this is why some said he is called Alfredo Alfredo come from or comes from green. Maybe the green Abba in Arabic Green means about

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in Arabic Green means up so maybe this smell because he was covered with a green I bet His name is ahead of

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him you know this is one of the one of the

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one

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that is an overcast overcoat maybe you want to call it overclock. You can call it overcome code, but overcoat but it's green so what you know is it because it was covered with you know that green know about it? That's why his name is low, but it is one say it is one saying

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or it is also It's been said that this man wherever he goes and travels if there is a land which is that say deserted, that LED turns green. Hello, Aqua? Maybe this is why he called he's called

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Hello Adam. You know, there's been many many, you know, statements or many opinions with regard to this man his name cutaways is complicated because it was also

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the reported that this man has so much barakat, so much blessings, if he was to walk on any land and that land is let's say,

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kind of like dead, that land would turn into green. So his name is incredible. But at any rate, but areas.

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Musa said Well, that is the sign that's what we'll be looking for. That's exactly the sign I was given. That's the sign what we've been getting even for. So let's go back and follow on and return

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trace of footsteps so they went back retracing their footsteps. So the man there you know was sitting and sleeping. And more Sally Sam did something nice. His teacher is sleeping. He left him sleeping. He did not wake him up.

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Look at the other of the student.

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The other of the students

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the etickets right the other

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I've been walking for miles. I a moose up

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a moose at the Prophet Wakey wakey wakey wakey How can you sleep in the villa for Allah evident No. Musa sat down

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until Alfredo got up.

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So Moosa, he started first with a Salaam Aleykum

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Selam Aleykum.

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And then a federal said, why they call Sam

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will be out of the custody then

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and how there is no peace in your land. He's talking about Egypt.

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How did he know about Egypt?

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crown crown was darling. When I was no presser there was no peace in Egypt. But slightly. I talked about Venezuela and all the hardship that Moosa you know and underwent with them with Venezuela and so there was no peace. So look at the third one aleikum wa salam Peace be upon you. And how come there is no peace in your land or Moosa? Radhika Silla

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Moosa, he didn't ask Who are you?

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I'm Moosa from begusarai. Now, this is me.

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I came to learn from you.

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llll Allah,

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with other with other with with etickets with respect. Moosa says yes, I didn't even introduce him

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while he was set up and had already have that knowledge.

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I came to learn from you.

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No arguments,

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no questioning.

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I just came to learn.

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I said,

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you will not be patient.

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Most I didn't say I'm a prophet.

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You respect yourself. You're talking to a prophet, but that is called humbleness. As I mentioned, initially, he was humbled.

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He says, I came to learn from you.

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No arguing, no questioning.

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And fedele said, you will not be patient.

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If you were to travel with me, you will see things you won't be patient.

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Moosa said Satoshi Dhoni in sha Allah who saw me along what

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are seen like I'm

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Satoshi Dhoni in sha

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Allah Slavia long when

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Musa said you shall find me patient inshallah, I shall be patient. When I see the comma and I shall not disobey any of your orders. I will listen and obey Allah Akbar. What an amazing respectful students talking to his teacher, I will be patient and you need patience to seek knowledge you need to have patience that's number one. Remember when we talked about this earlier on and I should not disobey any of your orders that our header put a condition

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a header put a condition and once that condition bar at the back Danny fella does only say in had come in with

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only one condition.

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Only one condition and the condition is on a Fannie, Fannie Fannie veiny attorney fella does only she had

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to come in who the cop the attorney?

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He says if you were to follow me, do not ask me any questions until I justify all my actions to you

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at some point, I will explain

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In all my actions to you, but do not ask me any questions Why you are not with me or why you are in my companionship. That's my only condition.

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Most I agreed.

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Moosa agreed. And then Musa alayhis salam, and there took that journey with a feather to learn.

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New keys, new tips, New Island, New, amazing, amazing and new amazing tips and new lessons from life.

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new lessons from life, Musa alayhis salam, he will undertake that journey my brothers and sisters under that condition, which is not to ask questions, and not do those obey any order coming from his teacher, to listen to watch and to be quiet,

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to listen to watch and to be quiet. Isn't it

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would Moosa fulfill

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the condition

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would Moosa fulfill that condition. In fact, I want to share with you if you want to learn or because seek knowledge,

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I want to share with you 11 1213 points 13 points about it, but 13 points on on how to facilitate the path for you to become inshallah knowledgeable. I would like to share with you about 13 points or so, you know, these are key points that will facilitate you know, the path for you to seek knowledge inshallah. Whoa, Dad, what's gonna happen to Moosa? What's gonna happen to him? He will do some very, very strange things mystery, a lot of mysteries. And Moosa is in art. And he is not allowed to ask questions. He's not allowed to ask questions.

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Yes, there was a cliffhanger at the time.

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Just like the hidden play the cliffhanger on moose up. I'm going to do the same. I'm going to play a play a cliffhanger on you as well. With my respect with your the spec, with all due respect, just like the cliffhanger between a hill and moose up. There is a cliffhanger right now between me and you, inshallah. Tada. So we shall meet you tomorrow. But if the left to resume the story of Alfredo, and to assume the story of Musa alayhis salam, thank you so much for joining Metalab Bless you, may Allah reward you. I shall see you tomorrow, six o'clock Eastern Time. Saturday, six o'clock eastern time. Please tell your friends, tell your family, bring them because you will learn so many really,

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really beautiful lessons life lessons, life lessons from the story of alfetta and masahisa. Or I didn't even say that, by the way is okay the profit is your profit. I will talk I know I will mention that as well tomorrow be in the lab. I will mention that tomorrow inshallah. Tada. Thank you so much. Brothers and sisters that Camilla head. We'll see you tomorrow in sha Allah. Allah said mid cosmic law. So Mike on Facebook.

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And so then Welcome, Mr. Graham. Is that Camilla have somebody come by, come by come by aleikum. Good night aleikum. Good night alaikum.

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Salam aleikum. Good night Aleikum by Aleikum we'll see you tomorrow.

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Hello, Santa Monica. Take care.