Saad Tasleem – Could Be Worse, Get over It!

Saad Tasleem
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses how people complain about problems or issues that they have faced, but they don't want to admit to them. They criticize the idea of harming people's privacy and state that until people receive a better understanding of the situation, they will not allow others to use their names. The speaker also mentions the success of their own organization, but expresses concern about harming people's privacy.
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When someone comes and complains to you about some problem or issue that they're going through, do you find yourself telling them, hey, it could be a lot worse. You're watching hashtag asleep.

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Let's say somebody comes to you and they're like, Hey, I just broke my phone, my screen shattered, and you say to them hashtag firstworldproblems? Is it really that big of a deal? There's people starving around the world, they don't have anything to eat, and then of shelter, and so on and so forth. You're worried about your phone? Well, the problem with this is that we end up belittling people's issues and we don't want to do that that's not very productive. It doesn't make anyone feel good. Instead of doing that magnify the greatness of Allah show them the greatness of a lot, for example, that the other the percent of Tatas to say, a llama Jeronimo sleeve It was literally hate a

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minute, Oh Allah reward me for this difficulty for this hardship and give me something better in return. This is a DOD that we can make for any type of these difficulties. And a lot knows best. Until next time, I said I'm worried what I'm into law hate Obamacare.

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