Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P13 126C Tafsir Yusuf 92-101

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of avoiding embarrassment and forgiveness in avoiding mistakes. They emphasize the need to be patient and not give up on one's beliefs. The use of words and the Sharia are also discussed, with a focus on showing respect and love towards parents. The importance of learning the Quran and being aware of one's options is emphasized.
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Color. You severely Salam said letter three virally Corleone, letter three by Lake Como Leone, there will be no blame upon you today. Forget about revenge. I'm not even going to blame you.

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Forget about some kind of punishment. I'm not even going to talk about this anymore. Forget it, close the chapter. Let's move on ladder three, barely Camileo. The word three is from the root letters set back. And the three was basically to blame someone to censure them to make them feel bad about a mistake that they have made about a fault of theirs.

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He says the latter three barleycorn William, I'm not even going to make you feel bad about it. We're just going to close the chapter. It's history. It's over. And we're going to move on let the three bar lay Camileo. And he says, He'll fill Allahu Allah calm. Allah forgive you, meaning May Allah forgive you. He's making dua for them. It's as though he saved from my part, no problem. You're forgiven. I'm not even going to talk about this anymore. I hope that Allah will also forgive you. Well, who are hammer Rahimi? And why wouldn't he forgive you because he is the most versatile of those as your mercy. He's giving them hope

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that hopefully Allah will also forgive you because he's so merciful. What is it that we do, at least threaten them with punishment in the hereafter, right?

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At least threaten them with, you know, God's punishment, that fine, I can do anything to you. Allah will establish justice. And again, we are making the other person feel bad. You know what our problem is, we say to others, I forgive you, I forgive you, I forgive you, but we have not truly forgiven.

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How is it that we have not truly forgiven because we keep talking about what they've done? We keep reminding them about it. Something that happened 30 years ago, I don't understand how you can remember that incident also. But women are able to relate those bad experiences so well.

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You know, they remember all the details. Also, I was wearing these clothes and you know, like something that you have, I was wearing similar clothes, something that happened 30 years ago, they remember all those details. This is not forgiveness. And of course, if you haven't forgiven, you will be miserable.

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You will be miserable. You will be unhappy, you will have high blood pressure, you will have anxiety issues, you will have stress problems. You will have poor health, because you have not forgiven the other person. Forgive them and free yourself. Do yourself a favor and don't talk about it. Don't remind the other person of what they've done, especially when they have apologized. Mr. Jamila, Salam Alikum, I remember after I finished Quran, I went back home and I carry with me this hadith about forgiveness. And I told my mother about it. My father, may Allah have mercy on him, he loved me so much. And whenever he goes to bed and he said to everyone, I forgive you. I forgive you keep

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saying that. SubhanAllah. Before he died, he read his salata lane, and he read his fortune, and he read Surah Al Baqarah. He slipped after that he didn't wake up. Forgiveness here, it has a lot of effects. Because when we forgive others, then we can, you know, say something like yeah, Allah you also forgive me. But if our hearts are full of grudges, and spite for others, then With what face? Are we asking Allah for forgiveness, when we haven't shown forgiveness, then how is it that we can expect forgiveness.

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And this is a reason why our relationships can never be mended. They can never improve.

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Because we don't forgive.

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We don't forgive, we hold on to the mistakes of others to their offenses, we hold on to them.

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This is why we are unhappy. This is why our relationships cannot improve. This is why things they never improve. They only get worse.

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To do that 30 years ago, so like you're still the same. If anything, they'll remind people of the mistakes that they used to make long time ago. Like for example, somebody has tried so hard to change themselves become a better Muslim, you know, start praying their slap properly wear hijab. And then what is it that people take home? Remember three years ago, when you were wearing those clothes and you went like this and you spoke like this and you did this?

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They embarrass them in public humiliate them.

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How is it possible that

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We embarrass someone, and then they will continue to love us. They will continue to have respect for us. We embarrass other people. And then we say, You didn't mind. Right? Chill. You didn't mind. Right? Really, you think I didn't get offended because you publicly embarrassed me humiliated me by reminding me and other people of my past mistakes, which person is perfect? Which human being is such that he has never committed a mistake. No one is like that everyone makes mistakes.

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And this is something that mothers should also remember that sometimes when children grow up, they embarrass them by reminding them of the silly things that they did as children

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that they wrote that they said that they sang. I mean, if a child is embarrassed by Please don't talk about it.

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Don't, you know, shatter his confidence by reminding him of his mistakes by reminding him of his silly things? Don't remind him. Yes, there's a certain age, you know, when a person becomes mature, that he doesn't really get bothered that his mother took a picture of his, you know, just in a diaper, and he doesn't care about it. But as a teenager, or maybe younger than that, it's kind of embarrassing to see such pictures being shown to the whole family.

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Because you know that everyone's going to poke at you. Everyone's going to make fun of you. So don't embarrass people in any way. Once in a gathering.

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A man he passed when, and the Sahaba when they heard that they started laughing, giggling, like in any other good would happen. Right? Here already giggling. So the prophets are a lot of sudden he said, Why do you laugh at him for something that every single one of you does?

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Why do you embarrass him for something that even you do?

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Yes, it's embarrassing in and of itself to be in a situation where you pass when loudly in a gathering and other people hear you, but you didn't have any choice. It was uncontrollable.

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And other people start laughing at you.

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Why do you make him feel bad?

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And it happens, somebody you know, they're saying something, they make a tongue slip. Everybody starts laughing, giggling. They're human beings. Every person makes mistakes. But don't embarrass people over their mistakes. Let them have confidence, overlook their error, overlook their mistake, let them go past it. You know why we have so many body image issues and anxiety issues and psychological issues these days. Because people get picked on a lot.

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People are made to feel embarrassed a lot for their looks for their nose, for their skin, for their acne, for their height for their family, for their results. For everything. People get picked on a lot. Little children get picked on. I remember my son when he was a baby, he had a lot of Zima. And his face was like raw, literally raw, as painful as it was for him to bear that it was difficult for me to even, you know, see my child suffering like that. But there was no way but to, you know, past those years. And I remember, sometimes people would just point and say

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just point and I would feel so worried about my childhood when he grows up if his face is still like that. What is he going to, you know, hear from people.

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And any parent who has a child who has even the slightest of issues, whether it's a speech problem, or it is a physical problem, it is a disability.

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You will know about the kinds of fears that they have, what their child is going to go through because they know they will be embarrassed, their child will be embarrassed so they become isolated. They don't go to any gatherings. This is little

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this is one

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look at how sensitive you SEBRAE Salam is then even though he had 100% Right and justification to take revenge. He does not take revenge. He does not even make them feel bad. He says love the three barley Camileo I'm not even going to talk about this. This is history. We're going to forget it. Let the three barley Camileo y'all fit Allah hula come, wha ha ha hamara. He mean, he said, is horrible. Go become easily had that with this shirt of mine for uncle who and then put it on our watch. He will be on the face of my Father. Yet he will see you. He will become seeing. He gave his shirt to his brothers. He said go back to Palestine to Ghana and put the shirt of mine on the face of my

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Father so that he can become seeing again meaning his blindness will go away. What do you need be ethnical. Marine and bring me your family all together. Meaning all of you bring your families and come here and live in Egypt. Move here. Now what do we see that your Uber is

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the father of use of an insulin here

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is just it began with what? A blood stained shirt. Right? A blood stained shirt.

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And that whole test is ending with what? Another shirt.

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Another shirt. Right? I mean, what's common over here shirt? One shirt made him so sad. That was the beginning of his problems to the point that he became blind. And now what happened? Another shirt, but from the same person use it for this scenario. What happened? It became the source of his happiness and delight and relief from his misery. What do we see that the same thing can be a cause of misery, and it can also be a cause of happiness for us.

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Someone, something can hurt us one day, but another day, they can make us happy.

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Another day, they can make you forget your problems.

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So just because you've been hurt because of something just because you've been hurt because of someone don't cut off from them forever. Give time. Give time be patient, have Taqwa. And Inshallah, what will happen? What caused you hurt yesterday will bring you happiness tomorrow.

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You see, everything in life is like this. Everything.

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Think about relationships. Which friendship of yours, you can say is perfect in every way that your friend has never hurt you. Never disappointed. You never offended you in any way. Do you have any friend who's like that?

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Even if it's your best, best best friend? Forever.

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Okay. I'm sure there was some point in life when they did something that annoyed you at least.

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That maybe made you feel jealous. feel hurt siblings, you hate them. And you love them. If they're around, you're upset. And when they're gone. You miss them. Right? Am I right? Or am I wrong? Okay. I remember the first day of that my son was off from school when a summer break began. I mean, think about their ages are so young, my children, but firstly, they were fighting and fighting and fighting. And I was so worried what's going to happen through the break. If this is the beginning, what's going to happen. But now 100 Allah, they're getting along so well than yesterday, when they were away from each other for just a few hours. They were hugging and you know, I missed you.

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When they're together, they fight. And when they're away from each other,

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they miss each other. Now, just because you got into a fight with someone doesn't mean that you decide never to speak to them again.

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There are people who do that, who say to their brother, never talk to me again. I'm not going to talk to you ever again.

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I don't know you you don't know me get out of my life. Get out of my face.

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Because they have not forgiven.

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Right? They're just focused on the problems. But remember, today they're hurting you don't remember when they made you happy?

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And perhaps hopefully Inshallah, in the future there will be a time when they will make you happy again. You know, like some children, they annoy their parents a lot. A lot. I mean, their children are very, very difficult to deal with. Very difficult I mean mothers are crying sometimes literally because of their children. But the same children one day they make their parents so proud.

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Take them so happy your husband, he's hurting you today. Tomorrow things will be fine. Just give it some time.

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Today he said something so mean to you that if you repeat those words to yourself, you will just cry and cry and cry. But ignore it just give it a few minutes give it a few days inshallah things will go back to normal.

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Your siblings has something your friends has something. But remember, this is how everything in life is you get the good and you also get the bad

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Jacoba Islam are useful examples of more extremely hopeful, no matter what the situation there. We're constantly looking towards the future that okay, we have this problem now. Let's deal with it and move on. Yes, something better is going to come up even within our own relationship. Yes. And the more hopefully you are the more good Allah subhanaw taala shows you. So if somebody's hurt, you never think that's the end of it.

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That's the end of it. I had a fight with my husband and I think we're going to end up in a divorce. Really.

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All couples fight. They argue. They argue some of them even get divorced. And then they get back together. Suggest because something has happened don't think it's all over. It's not over. Be hopeful Allah

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panel data with one hand, he will bring goodness, but focus on the goodness. And nothing is permanent in life. Right? So for example, financially, you're experiencing a lot of ease a lot of money, benefits. And then what happens? After some time, the less money less benefits? And then does it stay like that forever? No changes. It changes, everything changes, because in Nevada or city, this law. Now we see here that use of I said, I'm told his brothers go home,

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get the shirt to my father. Now, was it the shirt that was a cause of blindness and the cause of his vision coming back? No, Allah subhanaw taala cured him. Right? That shirt became a means. Now this doesn't mean that if someone has hurt to take their shirt, and you

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put it on your heart, so that your heart can feel better? No, this is an isolated incident, this is a miracle. This is to prophets of Allah, okay?

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Now, he said, bring your families meaning come to Egypt and settle here. Now you can imagine he had 11 Brothers, and about 30 years at best. So you can imagine that every single one of them was married and had you know, a wife and children. So it is sad that they were about 67 of his family members. 67. And they all came to Egypt. Now with their coming. Remember that the position of use of renessa became even more clear amongst Egyptians, how the Egyptians, they only knew use of racism as a slave. He came into Egypt as a slave, we only know him as a slave. But then when they learned that this is his family, he has such noble origins. They increased in their respect for use of racism.

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And when they learned the whole story, that this is how he ended up as a slave. And He's forgiving his brothers. Imagine how much more they grew in respect for use of rallies and I'm in appreciation of him. So this was all good for use already. Sinha to have his family come to Egypt.

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And you see one question that remains that? Why is it that you sort of Sinha asked his family to come I mean, wasn't a

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better off without them?

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If you think about it, the brothers of use of Redis, and they had only heard him. Right. And until recently, they were accusing him. And he's telling them come and live here, close to me so that I can see you every day and I can talk to you everyday, I can hear you every day. Isn't he asking for problems?

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Think about it. If somebody has hurt us, and we managed to get away from them

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move into a different house moving to a different city. You don't see them. They don't see you except just once or twice a year. Aren't you happy like that?

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Come on, they've hurt you. You're away from them, you're better off, but use of medicine, he brings them close to himself. Why? Because as difficult as it is to bear the difficulties that come from your family members. The nobility, the honor of a person isn't being with his family.

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As difficult as it is to bear the hardships that come from them.

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It's still better for a person to live with his family to be with his family. What do we want, as soon as we're capable, Move out, move out, you know what, I can't stay with my siblings anymore. I can't stay with my parents anymore. I need my own space. Okay. And you know, if you're married, you have children, you have your own, you know, different kinds of life, it's understandable.

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But if you are trying your best to get away from the city so that you don't even get to see them. Except on your EAD. Maybe once or twice a year, if that is the NEA behind it, then you are depriving yourself of a lot of reward. Because which believer is better, the one who stays amongst people, bears their hardships with patience, forgives them. And you see dealing with family members is very difficult. But if you are patient, you observe the coin dealing with them eventually what happens you win their support you in their support, and having that support is much better than being on your own.

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Having that support is much, much better than being on your own. Because think about it. Many mothers over here if you were to be living in a place where you have no relatives at all, nor relatives,

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then don't you want that one night you and your husband can just go for some dinner and leave your children with someone who's trustworthy. Don't you want that but you will never experience it. But okay, there are some relatives that live in the city. And every time you meet them, you speak to them they hurt you or you get offended or you get irritated by what they say. Okay, but at least results are good.

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The bad comes with the good, the good comes with the bad and if you want only good, then remember that you are in this world only good Happily Ever After is where in general only

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you can easily deal with the difficulty with the other exam Exactly. If you can tolerate the difficulties that are coming to you from your family members then tolerating the difficulties that come to you from strangers is a piece of cake.

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You see now the people of Egypt they knew Okay, these are the brothers of use of racism and use of artisan was someone who was very honorable, respectable in Egypt, because of his first his reputation, secondly, his position and thirdly, the way he dealt with people, the king, what did he say a stuckness. Who you have seen, and he would consult use of our lesson for everything. So if you suffer nessuna you know if it is known that these are his brothers, this is his family. If they loved Yusuf, they also loved his family. And remember, this is what happened the brothers of us of our listener moved to Egypt. And then after some time, their tribe it grew. And that tribe came to

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be known as Bani Israel. Initially, they lived in Egypt with a lot of respect. But then what happened afterwards? What happened afterwards when they degraded themselves by leaving the deen than what happened for their own he enslaved them? He enslaved them and then Musa Islam was sent an order to rescue the bunny is slain while I'm a facilitator you and when the caravan departed from Egypt meaning use of rice and and gave his shirt to the caravan depart from Egypt. What happened? Allah abou home, their father, your Cobra de Sena, and where is he? He's in Canada, and he's in philosophy. And his sons have just left Egypt, they're on their way to Philistine Jacobo Hassan he

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said in the letter he to remind us of I find the fragrance of use of I can smell him. You know, every person has a distinct smell. Right? He said, I can smell you surf, Lola and Tiffany Dawn. And I would say that, I know he's going to be here very soon. But I'm afraid to say anything else because differently Dooney definitely don't

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is from the letters fat known that Fernanda is to be weak in mind due to extreme old age. You know, when people become very, very old, then they say things sometimes that don't make any sense to you.

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They say things which you completely disagree with, which is why Unfortunately, many, many people they're found rolling their eyes before their grandparents laughing over what their grandparents have said, ignoring what they've said, you know, yelling at them because of what they said, getting upset with them over what they've said. So your Cobra Sam, he was old. And he's a prophet of Allah and he's saying I can smell use of prime afraid that you're gonna say that you are weak in mind and you are saying crazy things. So this is why I'm not going to say anything else.

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Now Allah subhanaw taala gave good news to your Cobra son and even before the shirt reached him, even before the news of use of our lesson and reached him, this is just like before the rain comes. What does Allah subhanaw taala send? Clouds wind? All right. So Allah subhanaw taala sent him this good news. Now, Allah subhanaw taala decided that there's good news should reach him at this point. And he should have this feeling that use of is caused by at this point, not before.

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When use the relevant I wasn't the well, jacobellis I didn't say I can smell use of and follow that smell and take yourself out of the well. No, when he was a neighboring Egypt, jacobellis and could not smell his son. No, it was at this time that Allah subhanaw taala made him feel the presence, the nearness of use of his son because he was soon going to meet him. Follow the family said to Allah He by Allah in the color field biological Kadeem, indeed you are in your same old error. You are still in that same old ever that same old mistake of yours that you think use of is nearby use of a safe and He's alive. He's dead. He's gone. Forget about him already.

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Didn't your son say that? The wolf ate him to avert him. He's finished. He's gone. Stop thinking about him. Get over him. It's as though they're yelling at him. But yeah, Hoover. Listen, he was awful. Fallon and Gerald mushy than when the bearer of good tidings arrived. One of his sons brought the good news we found use of and this is a shared of use of and your son is enjoying a place of great honor in Egypt, when the bearer of good news came on. Call

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Wow That would be he put the shirt on his face for that the vasila Then he returned a seeing meaning his vision returned his blindness was gone. jacobellis and I'm sad color he said, Allah Mercola com Did I not say to you that in the Arlen woman Allah He may Allah Tala one I know from Allah that which you do not know. He was certain that one day you would meet Yusuf and he kept saying that he didn't believe their story that a wolf ate use of he didn't believe it. Why? Because he knew that use of rice Anam was going to be honored by Allah. He was going to get something special in his life because of the dream that he was already Salam had Kalu this idea of an O our father and other sons

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when they returned to him, they said oh our father is still fit Lana, do you know vana please ask for forgiveness for us. Ask Allah to forgive us in the Quran or Hadith in indeed we have been sinners, beautiful, this add this to use of our sinner, and they're saying this to their father also. They're apologizing to people, and they're also requesting that Allah subhanaw taala should forgive them.

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They were really regretful over what they had done. Because who is it that keeps saying I'm sorry? Please ask Allah to forgive me please do is to fight for me. Who who says this The one who really is regretful who's really sorry. Allah jacobellis Salam said, so for a selfie Rola calm, I will seek forgiveness for you will be from my Lord, He's promising that that yes, I will in sha Allah. You know, it's just like if somebody comes to you and says please make dua for me, do you just lift up your hands immediately and say, Yeah, Allah please give this person this and this and this, what do you say, okay, Inshallah, I will make dua for you. And when is it that you make dua when at a good

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time when the hours are going to be accepted inshallah so for example, after your Salah, you know, after performing a good deed after reading the Quran, so your Cobra Huseynov also said, I will seek forgiveness for you. And he gave them hope in who will have a full Rahim Indeed, He is Forgiving and Merciful.

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Now the Father is saying, I will make dua for you. Remember that the draws of parents in favor of their children.

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In sha Allah, they're accepted.

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Why? Because parents are those who are very, very sincere to their children, who want the best for their children. So when they will ask Allah for something for their children, they would really mean it.

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And Allah subhanaw taala will in sha Allah accept their their us.

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When a person loses their parents, one or both of them, then yes, it's a big loss. Because separation from parents, not being able to see them. Not being able to serve them is a big loss.

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the real loss is that you have lost someone who used to make dua for you.

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The death of parents means what? That you have lost someone who used to make dua for you.

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This is why

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those whose parents are alive what should they do? value their parents, the blessing of ferrets. Don't hurt them, don't annoy them, do Ersan towards them, make them happy, so that they will make doors for you and when they will make gods for you in sha Allah they will be accepted. For Allah Murdock Allah Allah uses now when they all entered upon use of they're all moved to Egypt, right in New York, all right. He's coming to Egypt

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and use of medicine and finally gets to see his father. After so many years. fallen man the Hawala use of word la Abba way, use of Raisa he took his parents to himself our Elaine remember I told you this earlier, means to go close to someone and also to hug them.

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Our Lady of a way. He went close to his parents and he of them, some of us were too embarrassed to hug our parents to sit next to them, to give them a kiss to receive a kiss from them.

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Use of early Santa he hugs his parents. What Carla? And he said, although Hulu, miss, enter Egypt in sha Allah if Allah wills me Nene as ones who are safe and secure, meaning now you are the residents of missile. So you stay here with honor with dignity. Now remember that use of our Hassan he was very well respected not just because of his position, but because of his character because of the way that he dealt with people his manner his service. And this in itself brought so much honor to your Kubernetes center to both the parents off

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Use of rice now

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that they were well respected as soon as they entered Egypt He said oh hold on Mr. Insha Allah m&e, you will be safe here you will be secure here, you will be well respected here. Why? Because of use of rice

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because he was well respected. Remember that when you do something good, automatically, you're bringing honor to your parents. And when you do something bad, automatically You're humiliating and embarrassing your parents. Your success is your parents success, your failure.

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Your embarrassment is that of your parents.

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So get yourself together, get your life together, do something good as your son will validate.

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You know, on the Day of Judgment, a person who's memorized Quran, don't who read the Quran beautifully, his parents will be honored so much. Right? Why? Why? Because their son used to read the Quran.

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If you cannot do anything, to honor your parents to respect them now, one of the best ways is through learning the Quran. Because the person who knows the Quran, he will be honored, but his parents will also be honored on the Day of Judgment.

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What if our other way here on an arch and he raised his parents upon the throne, which throne, the throne of use of right and center where he used to sit in order to run the affairs of his office, because you remember that he was a finance minister, he was not king. The Maalik was someone else he was as he is, and who was the Aziz, the finance minister. So in order to do all his work, he would sit at a particular seat, and that seat has been called an arch over here. This does not mean the arch of the mallet, but it means the arch of use of escena. So he raised his parents up on the throne. Well, her ruler also Jada, and they all prostrated to him, they all fell in frustration

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before him, what kind of such there is this? The surge that is off

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of respect of Iran after Aleem and remember that this kind of such though, was permissible from the time of Adam Rene Sinha, all the way to the time of reciting the Sunnah. This was something permissible, but after that we needed the shutdown of Mohammed salatu salam this kind of such that is not allowed. So we cannot bow in front of anybody out of respect. We cannot do such that to any human being neither a complete sign or have such the nor a quarter such that we're not allowed to do that. Okay, because in our Sharia it's considered a kind of shake. So we're gonna whose agenda they all fell in frustration before him. Does that remind you of something?

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The dream of use of release?

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What was his dream?

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So open up the exact verse

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cabin was Shem cell was born out all to me, Sir God.

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I saw 11 stars, the sun and the moon, frustrating to me. And this is exactly what happened over here. 11 stars, the brothers, the sun and the moon, his father and his mother, everybody present over there. And they all showed their utmost respect to use of rice. They all imagine even as father is showing utmost respect to his son. Because of the honor that Allah subhanaw taala gave him what call a year of a TI. User ready Sam said, Oh, my father had that a widow. Yeah. This is the interpretation of my dream. When Covel from before making the dream that I saw before long time ago, tell me something. How long did it take for the dream to really actualize? How long? One day? One

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week? One year? Many, many years? And was it all beautiful with pretty flowers and sunshine and rainbows? Yeah.

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How did it come true? There was a lot of pain. There was a lot of suffering, separation, loss, good times, bad times, a lot of tears, a lot of smiles. And this is how life is. But those who are successful are who? Those who pass every test that comes their way with somebody and with taqwa, he said cada gyla Ha Robbie have called my Lord has made it come true.

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Oh, my dream came true. What could the Arsenal be? And my lord was good with me in a hurry journeymen a Sydney when he brought me out of the prison.

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What is he doing again over here? Are binaire mature or bigger for had this mentioned the Blessings of your Lord, he's remembering the good times. He says we'll call center B. He starts with Allah's Ersan Allah was very, very good to me when he took me out of the prison in Rajani Muna surgeon, he doesn't say it was very difficult to be in the prison was very difficult to bear all the hardships to be lonely, to be you know, abandoned was very hard. But you know, Allah does not waste the reward of those who are patient. No. He talks about Allah azza wa jal or become and he brought you may know Badawi from the village but often through letters Baghdad, well, it means desert because, in desert

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everything is open and Budda is to be to be visible, and something is visible when it's all open. But remember that the word Bethel doesn't just apply to a desert, it means it also applies to a small village. Because in a small village, there is no high rises, there's no building, and as a result, everything is visible. So he said, Allah has done so much sound to me, he took me out of the prison and he brought you He brought you here from Bedouin life from small village life into this big country, the civilization may embody another shaitan. After shaitan had Neza he had induced benei, Verbena equality between me and my brothers, enmity. nuzzel what does it mean to interfere to

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poke in so shaitan he really created problems between me and my brothers. He filled our hearts with jealousy and hatred against me. He tried his best to make us suffer. But Allah subhanaw taala protected us that despite these problems, he took me out of the prison. Despite these problems, he brought you over here

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he's only talking about the blessings in love below three fully my Usha indeed my Lord is luckily very kind, and very subtle. Lima Yasha for that which He wills meaning in order to execute his wish, in the whole animal, Hakeem indeed He is Knowing, and he is wise, we don't know anything. And we don't even have any wisdom either. Allah is Knowing and he is wise. Now, what do we see over here? Use of artisan and he made his parents sit on the throne.

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Why in order to honor them, in order to show respect to them? Many times it happens that if children have been, you know, they have gotten something that their parents don't have, or their parents never got gave me and they have been successful in worldly life more than their parents were, then they start looking down on their parents. If we know something about gadgets that our parents don't know, then what happens we treat our parents as if they know nothing. Oh, Mom, you have no idea. Why do you even have an iPhone when you don't know how to use it? What's the point just got a small basic phone. We heard our parents in this way, you know nothing. You came from? Somalia, you came

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from Pakistan. You never went to school here. You don't even know how to speak English. We feel embarrassed because of our parents and we embarrass our parents. But what do we see? Usually Saddam in a foreign land with so much honor? What is he doing? What is he doing? honoring his parents? Because after Allah subhanaw taala. Who is it? From lungs to creation that we have to show love and respect to? Definitely the prophets of Allah and seven but for amongst people who are around us. First and foremost is who our parents were Bill Wiley, Daini, Arizona.

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And remember that under a woman Luca, Leah Vika, you and your money belong to your father,

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you and your money belong to your father. You are what you are, because of your parents. If you made it, a lot of money, if you've been successful, in your relationships, in having a family, in your work in your education, it's because of your parents. Now, many times children don't see this. What role do my parents have to play in my success? They never paid my fees. They never encouraged me to go to school. I had to work part time to collect money in order to pay for my education. Why should I show accent weapons? What did they ever do to me?

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Think about use of rice.

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What role did his father have to play

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in this

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success that he was enjoying right now.

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What role did his father have to play? Tell me? Did he teach his son calculations and Egyptian language or anything like that? Did he teach his son? Where was he, he wasn't gonna use a religion that was in Egypt. So why is use of our lesson I'm respecting his parents so much as whatever he has is because of the efforts of the parents why? That even if your parents have not been able to pay for your education, guide you to find the best spouse, they have not been there for you in the later part of your life. Remember, they were very much present in the early part of your life. They were very much present they did. There'll be a in the first few years that you lived with them.

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And you know, a child has basic therapy as done by the age of three, what beliefs he has, what weaknesses he has, by the age of three. I mean, those pathways are developed in his mind, and they are only going to strengthen over life.

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So your Cobra Hassan, he did his basic they'll be alright, the belief in the hate the Good luck. Good luck, if you see in use of our lesson of what were the two things that he possessed the right era theta, and the good o'clock and both of them they start when When do they start? Very, very early.

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So I acknowledge the favors of your parents, even if you're seeing them after a decade, and you feel like they've done nothing for you in the recent past, realize that they've done the most that any person could do for you. After the prophets of Allah. Yes. So he respected his parents could be now use of SLM he says, Oh, my Lord God, certainly they tourney you gave me

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You have given me when a monkey of sovereignty what I love Danny and you have taught me Minka we did a Hadees from the interpretation of dreams, interpretation of matters, understanding matters, interpreting them correctly. Do things are mentioned over here, use a restaurant says Oh my Lord, You have given me money. And you have given me and you have given me power. You have brought me to this position I could never have gotten here myself and the knowledge that I possess also, you have given that to me, I could never ever have attained that knowledge myself of being at a tourney you gave me Meenal Mulkey where I learned an email that will Hadees he says fall to law similarity will

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or originator Creator of the heavens and the earth ontology for dunya you are my Wally, my protector, my close friend, in this life well after and also in the hereafter. You have always been my protector throughout my life. And you will be my wali in the hereafter also. Because everyone besides You, Allah is weak. You are the master and everyone besides you is servant. You are the most knowing and everyone besides you other than you is

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not knowing they don't have absolute knowledge. They're limited in their knowledge. You are Melek everyone is Mom, look, you are hockey, everyone is Miko, you are the judge, you are the one who decides you are the ruler and everyone before you is weak, you are the rub. So, you are my wali You are my protector, you are the only one worthy of being trusted. I am what I am, because of you

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because of you because if you think about it use of verticillata through his life, he met many people, many protectors, he got the protection of his parents but what happened, he lost that he got the protection of the disease again he lost that.

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And then his knowledge benefited him. But what happened the man whom he gave the interpretation of this dream for he forgot about use of Raisa his knowledge didn't really benefit him there.

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His knowledge really didn't benefit him there. So we think that what we are because of the Air sign of people because of how they have treated us because of how they have helped us because of how we have used our skills and the abilities and the opportunities that Allah subhanaw taala has given us but think about it. People have been good to you why

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Because Allah put it in their heart, they have taught you something because Allah enable them.

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You use some skill of yours because Allah enabled you. And what happens in life, someone benefits you, and then you lose them.

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Right? You're with your parents, and then you separate from your parents, you move on, you get married, you grow up. And then what happens? You have your children, and then your children also going from you. You have your spouse, and then either you leave or they leave one day or the other dies.

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no person, no relationship, no asset, no skill, nothing of this life is permanent with you. Nothing. Anything you have anyone you have. Remember, they were sent to you by who? Allah subhanaw taala to benefit you. So don't get lost in that individual. Don't get lost in that skill in that opportunity. No, Allah is the One who gave you and we see that use of redness and I'm fully understands that he says ontology, not the king was my family. Not their disease was my family. Not my parents. Were my family. No, you're Allah. You are my Wali.

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You took care of me. You taught me you honored me, you gifted me, you gave me everything under when they give it dunya one Ophira and what is his hope, use of reason and what is his greatest wish at the time? There were funny Muslim, Ya Allah take me as a Muslim when you cause me to die caused me to die in the state of submission to you. Because a person could have lived a very good life up until a certain point but what guarantee does he have that he's going to remain like that forever? Yes, use of medicine was very successful thus far. But in order to die successfully, you know successful while he was successful, he needed Allah's help the funny Muslim man well, how can you be

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slightly ahead and join me with the righteous meeting after death? Join me with the prophets. Join me with the salah hey, I want righteous company.

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Yeah, like the story of Bill Cseh. So righteous but then what happened in die as a muslim?

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Use of rice and what is his wish ya Allah make me die as a muslim? Now what do we see here in this dua of use of renesola that anything that we have in life, whether it is knowledge or it is power,

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it is a gift from Allah subhana wa Tada. We see the use of redness and I'm despite having everything perfect. It's amazing how he's immersed in the realization of the greatness of his Lord.

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He's not thinking about his glory. He's not thinking about his power, his own might his own knowledge. No, he's just lost in the greatness of his Lord.

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That y'all Allah you gave me, I didn't get this myself. You give me through ways through means that I could never imagine,

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through plans that I could never make for myself, you know how we make a plan for ourselves. In five years, I want to get this thing mastered.

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And we follow that plan. But the plan that Allah subhanaw taala made for us of our listener, no human being could make it. No counselor could give it.

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Yes, we see the use of medicine. I'm realizing the greatness of his Lord, which is why he was able to go through the difficulties of his life. Because no one can go through these difficulties without this realization that Allah is an absolute control of my life.

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And thoroughly give it dunya you are my protector.

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And the one who understands the greatness of his Lord. Then he forgets his own greatness.

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He forgets his own greatness, the one who acknowledges the greatness of his Creator, then he can understand how little he is. And this is true servitude. This is a good idea. This has been an art before Allah. He's so humble, despite having the height of religious and worldly prestige. He was a prophet, and he's got so much honor. He's got so much knowledge, but look at his humility, but I've been called Titanic you gave this to me.

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And there are very few people who are given both of these blessings, worldly prestige and religious prestige, worldly success and religious success. Very few people who have both very few people. And those who have it are at a very, very big risk. What big risk of being arrogant, but look at use of Edison. He's so humble. You gave it to me

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Sooner Salam Alikum in this Ramadan is really important we seek

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personal Fatima I have a neighbor who used to be 15 Now he's 18 This boy he used to go Masjid he came from back home some Muslim country and he used to go Masjid five times a day in the morning when I take my son to the masjid I used to see him by bike going to the masjid. He used to memorize Quran, his parent, they went back home, they left him alone and then he started inviting friends and then he started drinking alcohol and then he started drug deploy completely he changed every time I see him I feel like I talked to him like I feel like he's my son I talked to him and he said okay, Miss I said, I have not missed call my sister and he said Okay sister, he feel bad but he can't

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leave it. So it's really important to ask a personal Fatima today maybe we learn Quran maybe we are in the middle of Muslim but we don't know that personally. We don't know that in how it will be. Yes and this is why use of reason despite having everything what does he ask for though a funny Muslim and ya Allah make me die as a muslim.

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Now we see that use of our salaam God everything that anyone could want in their life anyone could desire. What do people desire power use of Edison had it what do people want? family relatives use of race that I'm had that

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people want beauty? Whatever it is that I'm had all of it. People want respect use it for this and I've heard that people like money use already said I'm had that. Anything that people desire, the use of or listen, I've got it. But was he just happy with that? No, his eyes were focused somewhere else.

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His focus was not as duniya not physical beauty, not money, not power, not friends, not fame. His focus was one Gala, you be happy with me. You make me die as a muslim.

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Father or somehow it will all ontology for dunya his eyes are focused on his Lord. He's admiring the greatness of his Lord, he forgets himself. He's just lost in the admiration of the greatness of Allah subhanaw taala and like I said earlier, this is true servitude. When you realize that yes, I am a servant before Allah because whatever I have, I have because of him, because of him. You give me You are my protector. You kept me safe you made me survive.

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