Sulaiman Moola – Forgotten Etiquettes – 07 Words Have Meaning And Names Have Power

Sulaiman Moola
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the history of the Red Cross's use of words and phrases to describe employees, including the use of "will" and "will tree" to describe employees. They also mention the use of "will tree" to describe a woman named Amara, who was considered a heartbeat for NASA. The speaker emphasizes the importance of maintaining good names for employees.
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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim, the greatest favor on the human race is where he and Revelation exclude revelation from the equation. And we would not know how to conduct our lives and look at a person who doesn't have the deen and the values, and then you realize he would be eating with his left hand even when his right hand is not engaged, he would be relieving himself from the call of nature and you will realize how he would be doing that. The way he speaks to his workers and employees. It's just appalling. It's just appalling. And it is sad for people who have the faith and the deen and the values if unfortunately, we stoop to that level. So in every verse of the Quran, there's so much

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etiquettes in fact, on the stain story and the narrative between Sedna, Musa alayhis, Salam and Javi there is the Book of Shadows Haleem Illa Adobe Taleem fi vo Imager or banal Hadid will claim La ilaha illallah the etiquettes that we learn from the journey that occurred between Musa and Khalid in the light of the Quran. So Jews 15 Chapter 18 Verse 60, when Sedna, Musa alayhis salam embarks on this journey, Allah subhanaw taala references it by saying, What if Karla Musa Ali Fatah who and remember when Satan or Musa said to the youngster who was the youngster you shall be known who subsequently became a Nebby? But in the current context, he was the servant and the HA them of

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Satan, Musa alayhis salam. So the Quran impresses upon us that it is of good value and morals that you refer to people with a dignified term, even if she's your domestic helper, how many homes you would find the children referring to the domestic helper directly by the name without saying aren't or respectful or dignified or anything, but you eight years old and that lady is 35 Surely there ought to be some protocol and respect. Li Fatah who the youngster said nah, Amara, the Allahu Anhu said if you want to create muhabba and tender ruin NASA be a heartbeat asthma e la, call people with good names, privileged people, honor people and dignify people. And that's the etiquette of today.

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Give people good names.

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