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You listen to Drake

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or 55 cents because the moment that your body starts to you start to kind of like move to the music sets of Bob's music he puts the hot sauce in there like we know this if you ask anyone they say we know this but then it's like how often do you actually reflect on it? So we could all those other trucks right next to us and everything so that we almost we could almost die. Yes. How to look up quickly life can just take a turn Subhanallah suppose Reno discretion advised and this is for mature audiences. This is

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this is the

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show

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please welcome to the show. got exciting episode for you. Guess who's in the deen show? Studio? And hello, how you doing?

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Mila? How about yourself? And humbler? We had a close one yesterday, didn't we? Yes, sir. Yes, sir. That was a really. And it was something that took me by surprise. How about you? Oh, for sure. People like what are you guys talking about? Maybe it's a good way to kick off the kickoff of the program. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Tell them tell them what happened. We were we were having a pretty deep conversation. And I liked what you said. You said Allah was on our tongues and on our minds, right. And then it seemed like someone came over from the other lane. And we were almost like back then. Because you had the kureta. Writer, right?

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That brick wall right there. So it was a close call. You just came over. And we had to swerve almost random to that wall, potentially. Yeah. Yeah. So maybe just just by that much. Uh huh.

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And that just happened so quick. And that's just shows

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how life can just take a turn, will lay. It shows how like temporary it all is and how it can all end like that. You know? And it's moments like that, that makes us reflect and like I was telling you yesterday, like, how often do we actually reflect that this is temporary, that we are going to pass at some point, you know that we know this. If you ask anyone. They say we know this, but then it's like, how often do you actually reflect on it?

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That's the real question.

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But we were having that was a good thing. Because you can be in a state where you're not even at all conscious. That's why the Muslim is always trying to have the consciousness of his Creator at all times. He's, or she's doing the good, right? Try not to in those moments where let's say you're not working. Are you somewhere over the case? Subhanallah Hamdulillah. You're having meaningful conversations. You're, you know, you're, you're

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always in a state of Taqwa. Right. God consciousness. And that was powerful. When you said that we were we were actually we're, that's what we're doing. Yeah, in a way it was.

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It's um, it's funny to like when when we do the thicker and we say these things, is really for us.

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It's not for Long Islanders in need that is for us because it reminds us it keeps that Taqwa. And, like you said, even the conversation that we were having, just speaking about, Allah or maybe just something that has to revolve around that. That's a form of decree in and of itself.

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So my shoulder now imagine, see, that's that versus you listen to Drake.

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Or 55 cents, or even 50 cents? 50 cents? Yeah. 60 No, no,

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no. Huh. You know that has anybody ever said you kind of resembled this guy? Drake? Yeah.

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On my shoulder Yeah, the rapper. B was shorter a few people used to say you're better looking version of Drake.

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So you've been told that when you when your beards shorter? Yeah, yeah. There is so you could be listening to the Drake. And now you know, recently he had in the you know, it's it's crazy. You know, the kinds of things that people are, are the topics people are discussing. You heard this hot sauce thing? Yeah. A lot of sauce and a condom. See this? It's crazy. It's kind of like even have this

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Tim in the shine has to talk about it. But, you know, this is the reality of from a point where you have people who are, you know, reflecting over their purpose, living their purpose, you know, not getting to just paltry useless conversations. And then or you have people who are listening to Drake. He's like, is he I'm out of tune is he like, from what you? Is he one of the most still famous? Was he a rapper, r&b artist? To be honest, I don't know if he's still one of the most I'm guessing he is. I don't listen to rap music anymore. But when I did back in the day, he was he was definitely update, you know? Yeah. Is he a rapper or is he

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so he started off as like r&b, or navy r&b, but just like, kind of like a singer. And then he started doing rapping. Now whether the rapping is him, and I you know, is regardless of the case, but for the most part, he's known as a robber robber, let's just touch upon this, and inshallah we can derive some, some good and we can get some people, you know, a way to really thinking more deeply about some of these things that we're talking about. And I think this would be probably for the maybe some Drake fan would tune in, right. And this would be the one of the most meaningful, purposeful conversations that they've listened to in a very long time, and they can reap some

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benefits inshallah. So I guess, because it usually just revolves around and then, you know, going coming from that life that people have lived in the past, it's kind of revolves around the same thing. What just music, alcohol, drugs, and for men zinna

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so I guess this story revolves. The hot sauce story with Drake revolves around that he hooks up with some Instagram model. He's like, Come on, let's go. And she don't her fitrah has been contaminated, right? Usually, a modest woman shy woman is going to be like, you know, insulted by that but he's the man supposedly right? In the modern world. And she's like, Let's go what happens from there? Yeah, what's the story then? That's it they get down and then I guess she wants to like get a she wants to get pregnant probably by him. So she tries to take that what's in the you know, the balloon and then he ended up putting the hot sauce in there. Suppose Reno discretion advised and this is for

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mature audiences, but inshallah discussing this inshallah we can, you know, for those minds who never even get to because now

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you know, they're so consumed with so many of the things that are out there now, hopefully, this will mean our brother talking about hopefully this can make a lot of sense and we can awaken the fit that of the human being. So So So you see, then she ends up no modesty, no higher she's already you know, she that's her opportunity to hit it big. And she's probably acquainting happiness with this. Now if I can just hit it big I can get the baby inside me from him from that man Drake, you know, he's probably the Elvis Presley of our time, would you say something like something like that? Or to Mike Jackson.

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But he ends up you know, playing he puts the hot sauce in there a lot. While all this is true, you know what I mean? Or whatever. But this is what's like, people are talking about not us what we are now but you know, with a different twist to it. So he puts the hot sauce in in the balloon, and she gets burnt and now she wants to sue. What do you think?

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There's a lot to unpack. Right? So the first thing is that

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when you're dealing with women outside of Islam, or just outside of religion in general,

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there's this terminology known as hypergamy. We've all heard of it. Yes. Yes. Okay, so for those who aren't familiar hypergamy is like when a woman seeks to be with the highest value male now what consists of the highest value that depends upon each each woman right? But if a woman sees

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this man you know Drake high status is just they get like you said like Elvis Presley or why time kind of innocence. She's gonna want to be with that she's gonna want to do everything possible to be able to get some kind of piece of this cake, so to say, and doing something like what was mentioned, or she's going she's getting the going in the trash. Yeah, I this is this is not something that's as new. This is something that's like, women have been doing this to high status men, you know, outside of religion again.

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For a long time, you know, it's, it's a way for them to have their shot. You know, cuz if you think about it, if they get pregnant, well, okay, now they get the child support. And that's a hefty amount of child support when the man's making millions if not billions, you know, I'm saying, and then on top of that, she gets the, the clout the attention, status that Oh, her baby is, so and so's, you know, I'm saying. So it's like, it's, that's the first thing to unpack

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the hypergamy This is deep. Okay, so high status man, she's going for the high status men. And it really doesn't even come down to, if you look at it, like, if you're, so it's not even how much is attraction, like, he can be like, the ugliest guy, like not the best looking or, I mean, it's, it's like, as long as the main thing is the status. Oh, it depends. Like I said, each woman is gonna have a different thing that she sees is high value. And it's sad to say, but I'll, I'll even say that it's in religious woman as well. And just think about it. Like, if you have a religious woman, in her eyes, maybe the highest value male would be like, if it's a Muslim, your highest value male

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would be the man who was, you know, God fearing. He's headstock, where he prays, he does everything. He's on dean. And then let's say, you know, he is over six foot, he has a developed body, he is financially stable, that he has his own form of income, and whatever else she sees as high value, but let's say you have another brother who comes into the picture. He's also very God fearing, but he's not as attractive. He's not six foot, his body's not as developed. But he has other things to him, you know, he has other things, other attributes, should probably choose the the guy that she's more attracted to, and why she more attracted to him.

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Oh, Allah knows best. But I'm gonna say it's the program, His thing was like something inside her is seeing a certain type of value in this man in particular, that's why she's being so poor to win.

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And they've done studies on this, this is something that is supposedly they have, but again, a loved one. And we really don't know, but we can see it happening. You know,

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that's very interesting. So

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in this aspect that you mentioned, is not necessarily a bad thing, if you're looking for just the shift, like from now going towards someone, like in this case, Drake shifting over to someone who's actually like, you were saying righteous, pious, someone who's God fearing. Okay, and totally, that's not a bad thing. That's not That's not Yeah, it's not a bad thing. Okay, if you got someone also at the same time, who's really into

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protecting their not just their emaan, but their health, right? Someone who's like, you know, conscious of the vehicle that the Creator has given to him through life. So he exercises takes care of his body, his heart, his mind. So it's not bad. That's not bad at all the perspective how you look at it is, yeah, but that's not the number one thing, right? Yeah, that's the shouldn't be. It shouldn't be. It shouldn't be. But then again, like Allahu Alem, I'm not speaking for the Muslim sisters. I hear. I'm just saying like,

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subjectively speaking,

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it could be in religious woman as well. Yeah. You know, I'm saying, yeah. But you can see, like, for instance, I don't mean to pick on Drake, I mean, want the best for him, and inshallah we can, we can invite him to the dean also, I mean, but when you look at it's not necessarily that he just sent a status, that now he's got a voice that he uses. It's like, always compared to the guy, what's the guy with the flute, and you got all these mice following on Peter Piper? Yeah, you're

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hitting a flute and people get mesmerized, and they're just like, you know, following Him, and you keep falling, this guy could potentially end up in Jahannam, you know, and some Allah protect us foreign law. So he's not necessarily I mean, if like, guys were to, you know, look, he's like, okay, he's not like the most, you know, someone say, the most attractive guy he can put, he can be putting all sorts of lines in his hair doing all you know, all these crazy funky things. He's like, whatever. But it's just that's Would you say it's the status? Yeah. Because let's say he was just taken out of that. He's just like your regular guy. Now. Would he be like looked at the way now?

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People would the hot sauce be happening?

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Probably not probably. Okay.

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And let's look at this. Okay, if we look at what he's singing about, this is a for example, one song that they went crazy about back and this is very important because this goes back into unpackaging. Another thing these musical instruments

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Right. So this is if you take out the musical instruments and you just look at the lyrics so let's let's diagnose let me see what you think about this is just going to be making people go crazy if there's no musical instruments, they're just listening to these lyrics. So this is verse one drink Chubs my jam this ut for a chain and give it to a sweet one called the Maya Jane Gemma get given out gifts like Santa's sippin on sunnah used to lean and walk

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this is like Hooked on Phonics this

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closet filled up with designer come in like Panda Panda yeah yeah yeah, just came to the booth and asked for a wheel she never heard drill drill in Atlanta Arabic thing told me that I took like use of Arabic thing told me that I look like Youssef look like Hamza Habib. T please enter a key T into an E nice speak in Arabic. You know, so you don't look like you can't even come close to use of Alayhis Salam

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it's not even that stuff. Stuff. Don't even come don't even he's bringing he's singing it looks so he's singing about let's stop right here. And we'll we'll let me just finish this we'll go back with Papa skull and Gaza and not it's not even worksheet looks anyways it's like Hooked on Phonics. Imagine no musical instruments because the music is the hook. Right? That's the malware that gets in put the disease so you can get into your mind and body. What do you think about this stuff? He's thinking about? What did he say in Arabic? He's Arabic teen told me that I look like use of get that. But then he saw like speaking Arabic. Well, what was he saying? Look like Hamza get the HANA.

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Habib T please. But then you start to actually like, say

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and

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act the in t y n. Allah?

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What does that mean? I'm not sure.

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A beep D please. I do my it's my love.

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Tell us in the in the comments. Was that was he actually saying? But so now?

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You know, this is how what do you think?

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What do you got to unpackage here?

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That's

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again, that's That's right music, that's any kind of music. You know, like, like you said, use the instruments. And that hook someone in like, just like the the soil pewter pipe where he has a flute, and he's mesmerizing the mouse, or the mice.

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That's what music does it music. It mesmerizes you. And it gets you to a place of submission where you now submit to the music. Because the moment that your body starts to, you start to kind of like move to the music sets of Bob's music, you've already lost. I will like you've already lost because at that point, like subconsciously, you're just submitting to this rhythm, this pattern, this thing that's just moving like this. And once you've submitted to this,

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basically this, this auditory thing that's happening right now,

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you now accept whatever is being said, in the lyrics. So they could be saying something good, they could be saying something bad, whatever it is you're accepting. I mean, that's why people listen to music. And it has, let's say, the guy, he's he's singing or rapping about something emotional, he's sad about something, then you start listening to that, and then you start feeling that same emotion. And then you start like thinking about certain things in your life. And, and it's like, well, why why are you now thinking this way? Why are you not feeling this way is because the music affected you? Why did the music affect you? Because you submitted to it and you accepted whatever it was

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transmitting to you. So it can be a dangerous thing, man. Very dangerous. Yeah. I like what you said that once you start bobbing your head is Gotcha. Right. And

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it's, it's very deep, because our dean, you know, even this aspect protects us is a protection for us, you know, we follow it properly, that we don't fall into these pitfalls in these traps of shape time. Right? Little let alone going now to the atmosphere that is played into the club. And then what happened to

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you know, then in the car, and your whole life revolves just around bobbing your head, right? And this is like, you're in a state of just you're in a state of law, you know, confusion loss, you're just numb. You're just in a state of just numbness you know, back in the day, when I used to listen to Drake stuff a lot. There was this thing known as a don't drink and drive. Oh, don't do

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Drake and drive on Drake and draw her that way. It's like, if you ended up driving while you were listening to Drake, what would end up happening is that you would get so emotional that you would end up at your ex's house

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upon loss. And let's go back to I mean, the lyrics I'm sure I haven't heard the songs about. But if you were to take just like I give an example right now, we just took out no musical instruments. We're just reading, like, the lyrics. Right? So it goes back to the hook. They call it the end when I interviewed like, many former musicians and rap artists, they talk about this is like, the most important thing is the hook. That Music The music instruments that hook the person like a gotcha. Yeah. And then it's like the malware. And then the disease. The virus is in that malware, the malware being the musical instruments in the poison gets in you to their virus. Oh, yeah, exactly.

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SubhanAllah. So okay, you know, you have like empathy. And then you have apathy. That's what it is those two, right empathy and empathy, empathy, empathy. Empathy is, or sympathy mode, that sympathy, empathy and sympathy. Sympathy is where you feel for someone. But it's like,

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that's as far as you go. And then empathy is like, you feel what they're going through. So it's like, you feel the same pain that they're feeling. Right now, in a normal state, the human being will feel sympathy for when someone tells them something, like, let's say, you had someone telling you that they were sad, you know, that their, their spouse just left them. Right? You could feel sympathy for them. And you might even feel a little bit of empathy if you've been through something similar, correct. But it's not going to be the same, you're not going to feel the same exact thing that they felt. Now, if you listen to music, the moment that you submit, if someone's

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rapping or singing, and they feel that pain, and they're telling you almost like if the guy was telling you the same thing, but now he's saying it over music, you're submitting to the music. So you're accepting everything that he's saying. And now instead of you just having sympathy and maybe a little bit empathy, you have 100% empathy, as if it was your own pain. And that's all psychologically that's traumatic to us as humans, like, especially humans, who listen to music all the time, their emotional state, their psychological state is just bouncing all over the place. So it's just for the first time maybe some Drake fans, people tune in and did like, man, these guys

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that crazy man, but people who are fit that we're waking up to fit that the natural state of human being, you know, goodness aside, all human, they relate, I mean, they can, they can, depends how contaminated the fit that is, because too many people this is like, almost a religion. Right? You wake up to a guy, I was in that state also.

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But then you have people who wake up from it, and the knee, they talk against it, because they've been there. It's like the whistleblowers.

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But it's out of the love, I mean, just love for, for our families, you know, in humanity, and even those closest to us I can imagine are our sisters and the dean, daughters, you know, tomorrow to get May God Almighty, the Creator, Allah protect us, it would be such a sad state to see. And this is one of the intentions behind like, talking about this day, if we can wait, awaken some hearts, because we wouldn't want and we've seen this I've interviewed

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former musicians like said earlier who just totally not accepted the dean, and they don't even want to do because the guy knows the power of his voice, and he would go, and he was just doing the sheets. Now. I'm not saying you know, it's a good replacement, hopefully, you know, without the musical instruments jumping into this, but he didn't want to do that. And you got to respect that. Why? Because he said that, you know, sisters were you know how, back in the day when he was singing, they would take off their strings, gee, you know what I'm saying? And it would do it. And this is the only job stock for the law. What he's telling me this right law said, I don't want to play it. I

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don't want to you know, I don't want to be causing fitna so imagine like, you're in a state. You're listening to this guy, Drake boy, and Drake 5060 Whoever is out there, Snoopy. And then what happens like they you get the Peter Piper and it gets the malware gets in you and now he says come and you come like he did with his Instagram. So you want to say yes, I could be tomorrow. You know someone one of our so you got to have that. Taqwa. It's got to be sharp sound, you know, otherwise, you're going to be just pimped, like this. deport this girl she was pimped for

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by shaitan Oh yeah, I was about to say like, we should definitely chose it. So but now you said she was pinned by she Palma yet she definitely was. What is she? What does she like her 15 minutes of fame? Has? What does she like? At the end of the day?

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It for her now? Well, I mean, what would you tell her now she's listening, you know, she like the this is for us, sister and humanity.

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The best thing she could do right now. And we'll get to Drake later. Ladies first, ladies first.

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I mean, for her.

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It's hard to say anything, because she's probably not in a receptive place.

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But if I were to say something,

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it says she's better than that. You know, and it's not coming from a place of like, cuz you have this term and like outside of Islam. And forward, you have this term called a simp. You know, and I won't even go as far as to simp simp. A simple, I'm not going to go as far as to like, say what the acronym means. If, if one wants to look that up on their own time, by all means.

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But a simp

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like this, what you would say if someone was, like, would say what I just said, were like, she's better than that. You know, like, Drake, actually, he has this. And a few of his songs in the past, he would go to these clubs, the gentlemen's clubs, so to speak, where you know, you have these women that they don't have anything on? And he would tell them like, Oh, you don't have to do this. Yes. This shaking it for money. Yeah. So he was telling them like, Oh, you don't have to do this. You're better than this. And I would say that he would say that, but he was saying it from like, a running game.

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Exactly. He was trying to run games. So I'm trying to preface this by saying like, I'm not trying to run game. I'm just trying to like, come at her like a like she was my sister. Like genuinely, if she was my sister, I will learn all I look. You better than this, like everything that you're doing right now. What is it amounting? Like? What is this giving you at the end of the game? Like what are you getting from all this? You know, like, let's say you do get the fame. Let's see, do get the money. Let's see, do get the attention. And all of this stuff. Everything you have, you could think that you want. But at the very end, like when it's all said and done.

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And you you don't have someone who truly cares about you, and who is truly with you.

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You don't have any direction in your life. You don't have any purpose. You don't have any reason for why you're doing. You're gonna have your emotions and just your state of being your state of mind is all over the place.

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No one really cares about you. Because at the end of the day, like when you're famous is just status, status comes and goes. So again, like at the end of the day, what are you really getting from the you know, reflect on that you don't have to answer now but just reflect on it because you'll get to the point where you realize, okay, I'm I'm not gonna receive anything I'm gonna leave empty handed. And you know, if you believe in the Creator or not, if you believe in the afterlife, and now like maybe, maybe now's the time, now's the time. That's a good point now reflect what's my purpose in life? Why am I here? Shala. For the people who are living they don't fall in this trap.

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You know really be empowered, as that Taqwa. When you have that consciousness of Allah, you're about to slip off, then you know my Creator is watching me right? I'm looking for something more than this temporary world I'm looking for the hereafter. You know, Paradise is real Hellfire is real I don't want to fall into this trap Shakedowns gonna just you know, use and abuse me and at then he's gone and I'm by myself just with my sins you know to me allows most kind most merciful turn back to your Creator and now's the time looking to Islam Sr. should look into Islam just like you did you looked into Islam you came from a Catholic background when towards was it we talked about this before

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Christianity and then you went to all this third eye stuff, paranormal activities, what Hinduism Buddhism.

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Tao is

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a lot and you save the best for last slum. Yeah, submission to the Creator, not the creation.

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Sir, one God alone is so and then. So people can see that story

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about your journey, but that so now being in this state now, to the point where we're in the car, and we're talking about much of the things that now you learn over the time about the beauty of Islam, we talk about a bunch of things back and forth that just it sends a house, the heart into a state of peace, tranquility, you know, there's a good there's a good feeling there, right? How's that feel compared to before some of the, you know, conversations and good or bad, whatever used to get involved

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Before compared to now. So in regards to the conversations, the conversation before was always idle. I don't know idle talk, speaking about random things that didn't matter. Video games could have been sports could have been just some gossip or something like that. But

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it's like now, when you're in Islam, like,

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your understanding is different. You know that you understand this is all temporary. So when you do have conversations, it's like, okay, we can speak about the temporary or you can

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keep that Taqwa you can, almost performed like that, like that form of liquor where you guys are keeping the name of Allah live as you speak, you know, so it's beneficial, instead of something that just doesn't give you anything. So there's definitely a big difference there. And

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like we said, you know, we were in the car, we were talking about a journey to Islam, and we're talking about all these things. And we had Allah on our tongues, Alanna. Now mind our hearts. So it's like, even if that was our time, and we would have passed like that's it would have been 100%. All right, because we were in a state of Taqwa. We're in the state of remembrance. But now imagine we were in that same situation. And we were talking about sports.

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Or we're talking about that, or bills or finances, or something like that. Now, imagine that, like, if you were going to pass it that was your time, like, would you have been content knowing that you pass and nasty? Or would you have been content knowing that you passed in a state of remembrance, and I'm saying, like, there's a thing that were, is they Oh, if you're about to pass, and you know, like, it's your time, like, you should say, like Leila de la la.

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You know, and so it's like, it's his nine day difference in regards to conversations. La ilaha, Illa, Allah, this is what every one should have on their tongues, in their hearts in a tongue La ilaha illa LA, this is such a powerful statement. And I just want to mention, like,

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you know, a lot of times when, when people, let's say, like, the ones who are out there, and, you know, they can relate to a lot of times a lot of the things we're saying, like when we talk about death,

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you see, so many of these athletes now just dropping dead, you know, healthy, you know, alive, and they're playing soccer, playing some sport. And if you saw some of these, these just collapsing, they're just collapsing, you know, these athletes. So people think I have time I have time I have time, right? So then people fall in a state of cognitive dissonance, you know, they're just like, Oh, I got, you know, they, they can't fathom that reality, like but there's another reality coming just like you can imagine that you were in a placenta one time, you're in a placenta, and then you just came out of that the placenta, you know, it's gone. And now you're in this life. Compare that

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small space to this, and other something greater waiting for, for the believer. But what I wanted to mention was, it doesn't mean that you're just like locked up in a house of worship all day, the Masjid the mosque, you still live in life, you want to be a business, personality of businessman you're the best that you have Exxon, if you want to be a sports person, you're teaching people like you know how to be healthy or eat healthy what you're the best at that. But at the end of the day, you don't sell your soul for you know, some hot sauce with Drake. Alright, you got morals, you got principles, you stand on some truth at the end of the day, and you don't succumb to and if you do

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again, we're all human beings. We can make mistakes. You got to Lord who's the Most Merciful, the Most kind. He didn't send someone to die for you know, he's the most forgiving, you can go ahead and ask the Creator alone. For forgiving, he'll forgive you. And then strive your best not to go follow up a bad deal with a good deed. Right? And keep striving for the ultimate success was his Jenna paradise. Yeah. 100% It's on.

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On man, I definitely had something to say. But

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my mind went blank. But yeah, I agree. 100%

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I am going back to how we started this. And it took it took a while we're driving and we're just talking so I want you guys to imagine we're talking What do you remember exactly what where we weren't no conversation. What was it? You would tell me? Like what was the turning point for you? In your heart? becoming Muslim? To start Okay. towards Islam, right. Yeah. And then you were telling me how like, you started kind of questioning these things like trying to find the answers. And I think you were talking to your name was Uncle My uncle. Yes, your uncle and

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Yeah, by giving you a book life in the hereafter. So we were there in the conversation, someone. So I got this book life in the hereafter we're talking I want you guys to imagine.

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And then from there

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someone just swerves in so I gotta take a sharp turn I started turning towards the left and then the divider between the other side is there. And then it all that just quickly happened. I don't know if the car went back what it was, but we could have hit that wall if we were to hit that wall we're going pretty fast right normal speed limit 60 miles or something an hour. We hit that wall could have spun out and who knows you could have been dead. So all those other trucks. I right next to us and everything so that we almost we could almost die. Yes, Hannah. Look how quickly life can just take a turn. Subhanallah Yeah. But I like what you said that got us. Low. We're happy elated about

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that.

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Would you say I said we had we had Allah. No mind, alone a tongue

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in our hearts. And I'm polite as well Allah in our mind, but you get it. So brothers and sisters, I want you if you're I mean, look, I'm calling it out. I'm calling out if you're listening to Drake, Khalid DJ Khalid you heard this guy is any Muslim. Yeah, he's Muslim. May Allah guide him. We want the best for DJ Khalid. We want the best for you. DJ Khalid you can what he's He gives those like you know, you are beautiful. You are Khalid come on man a Muslim is want to submit his will now we've talked about DJ Khalid now.

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We want we got love for all these people out there. That's been the Prophet saw some look, he came as a mercy for all of mankind. But whose side are you on? Are you helping people get pimped by shaytaan? Right? Where you calling people to the truth? Right? So these two don't mix man. Yeah. Right. So what was I saying? So I was saying like, Look, if you're listening to DJ Khalid, if you're listening to Drake, if you're listening to 5560, I'm sorry, you said it's 50 cents, or any of these people it can be Kid Rock. I don't know the latest who are out there. They got some of these guys are just screaming stuff. And this is I don't know, that is true. Cut it out today, man. Throw it

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out, replace it with something better replace it with Quran, replace it with some what would you replace it with? Like, let's say, myself, if I'm working out, I have I put on like, the headphones. And I'm listening to let's say audio book a lecture, I'm listening to something that's going to empower my mind, my heart, my mind, what do you what do you suggest, if someone's working out, and they feel like they need music? Like, one on one, like that's a dependency. So that's, you know, you should already be trying to get away from that. But number two, like, if you don't want to listen to music, and desigen, that's, there's music playing like workout outside. Like, you can buy some

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gymnastic rings, or you can find somewhere that has a board and to do pull ups. Or you can get yourself some stuff to be able to do weightlifting, if that's what you want to do outside. You know, I'm saying like that there's always an option, there's always another choice, you're never stuck exactly where you are with what's going on. And I wanted to hit on this, you know, like it came to me while you were saying it about all the rappers and everything was like, you know, we, it's all about Islam, and all that we'll just think about this.

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There's two types of people in this world.

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You are the people who invite you to the good.

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And those who invite you to the bed.

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Now, these rappers people who are outside of Islam outside of religion, in general, they follow their knifes, they follow their desires. So it's the ego that's in control. But little do they know that it's there's something else that's in control of the ego. And we know clearly what that said, what that is the shutdown. shutdown is the one that's in control of our ego. If there is no higher purpose, higher power, or just like the guidelines that keep us on a straight path because we fall astray. And if we're stray, our ego tends to take over. And something else has to be in control of our ego because our ego is just his

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egos not it's not really anything. You know, I'm saying it's just a construct. It's a creation. So if our egos in control, think about your own ego think about like your ego wants like, it wants power. It wants respect. It wants money. It wants a

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know no one

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wants sexual relations. It wants women and if you're a woman, obviously wants men like the lust. I like it.

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It's, it's all the the worldly things the

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the carnal desires of this world, it wants to eat food, it wants to be good in this, it wants to enjoy itself. It wants to just party and have fun, all this stuff like, now, if you understand, okay, that's where the ego is coming from.

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And you understand that this person is being controlled by the ego. Like, do you think they're calling you to good at that point? No.

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Not at all. No. That's all I'm saying. And I want I want people to get this. Check this perspective, like you have laws in place, and you have

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the institutions that are out there monitoring, if let's say somebody was inciting, or had some influence of someone committing a crime, right, that they'll go after this person. All right, being affiliate, somebody who was an accomplice, let's say somehow he was maybe that person didn't even do the crime. But somehow he motivated someone to do the crime you get, you get the point. Now, let's switch this over to here. These are accomplices, people who are helping open a door for people to go towards zinna, fornication, to goes towards drugs to go source, alcohol, all the things that are breaking the law of the crater, the heavens and earth. So you see the example I'm striking, right?

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So the Drake's out there, the holiday scenes and all the other ones. What's the other is shot to say people who are Muslim, people get excited. So I and again, this is not to say like, Oh, we're better than DSP this, that and the other. No, they can be better tomorrow they can become out Imagine if Drake accepted the dean, the purpose of life, and he got out to imagine how much good he can do. So that's the motivating point. That's the love given to these people come come to the dean come to Islam, you know, instead of worshipping your desires, calling other people to all this heedlessness, and all of this debauchery and all these things, you're going to be accountable in front of the

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created heavens and earth. And the end of the day is hellfire, right? But you can turn around. And God Almighty can turn those baddies into good deeds. And you can go ahead and start setting a good example. And you can get to gentlemen shall be better than all of us. And everything that we're doing. Imagine the kind of good that Khalid Khalid, Khalid, and Drake can be doing or you know, for real, and what's sad is that the biggest lie that is gonna run to the head, if they ever think about this, and I'm speaking more so for drakey. But also, you know, for others is that if I leave this, if I go to Islam, or if they just choose to live a more simple life, religious life,

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they're going to lose everything, they're going to lose the status, they're going to lose the money, and they're going to lose the just everything that they have right now. Until then, like

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it almost like freezes them and keeps them stuck and doesn't, they don't want to lose that they don't want to get rid of that. But they, they need to understand, like, whatever you give up for the sake of your Creator, like you create is going to give you tenfold that you know, like I want to be professional fighter five became Muslim, now Muslim, and it's like, you know what, I gave that up. And now Allah has given me so much more humbler. So it's like with then they need to understand like, you're not giving up anything really. You're actually accepting so much more blessing so much more.

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There's so much more in life. And in regards to DJ COVID and DJ Khaled. However you say

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we the best, you know, yeah, it's a man it if he's Muslim, you know, a loved one. Right? Because in his heart he getting Muslim land was best. He says he is he says he prays he said he does stuff. But brother, like just think about the music you make. Think about the things you speak of, like you said, are you really inviting someone to the good or you invited them to fit in on to the zinna to the stuff like that, you know, and like and again, like he might be having that same thing when in his head where it's like, should I let this go? Because there's so much that I have I know that if I let this go like and I go to Islam, like then what is there really for me? You know, but again, like

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this is subjective. Because again, he might be more Muslim than I am. Allah knows best. We just from what we see from the outside, you know, so DJ Khalid, I mean,

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again, he can be better than, you know, most of the people out there if you take what Allah has given you now, you have a responsibility, like you talking about you're either inviting people to good or to evil. And you can't if somebody told you if I said look, if you keep going down this path

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If you keep breaking the law of the land, for instance, as you're gonna go to jail, let's say the person selling cocaine, let's say they're, you know, committing fraud, they're embezzling money. They're doing all sorts of, you know, things that if you look at the law, the statues, it's 20 years, 10 years, you know, 15 years so you can get life in prison man. Right? You think, Okay, this guy, he's concerned for me cares for me. But over here, you bet there's laws, there's laws, you're breaking the laws of the creditor, heavens and earth, and they carry a sentence, man, you're going to end up in jahannam. Right? You're gonna end up like, so when a person mentions that out of love

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and concern, then people like use the car, don't judge him. Don't judge me. What do you say to that?

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I think

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it's ignorance. You know, cuz

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Drake even has a song where he says

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if I could remember the day we see, he says

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he, at one point, he's like, I cannot see haven't been much better than this.

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Okay, my people from the sixth song, I don't know, okay, I don't know. 100%. But at some point, you did say, I can't see haven't been much better than this. And it's like,

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that's, he's talking about this world. Yes. From what he's experiencing, because like, he has all the abundance. He has all the money and all that but he forget. And most people have the abundance forget that like scarcity, and abundance, or tests and abundance is more of a test and scarcity. Because in scarcity, you don't have anything. Yeah. So it's like you are in a very low state. So it's very easy for you to be humble and be grateful for whatever you receive. But when you have abundance, it's very hard to be humble. Because you have it all. I'm saying Subhan Allah, we've packaged a lot man. So all of this can be of benefit to so many people reminds me of a hadith,

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saying of the last and final messages sent to mankind Prophet Muhammad peace and blessings be upon him obviously he's a brother to Jesus Moses, Abraham.

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He came with the same message worship one and only one Creator have is an earth be morally upright. We have the Quran verbatim Word of God Almighty. I won't get too preachy here. But look,

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he said that, for the believer who had struggled and strived, you know, to be, you know, upright, he made mistakes upon mistakes. You know, he had a hard life. And then the blue he or she will be dipped into Jenna, just for, you know, a second. And then it'd be asked, Did you experiencing anything bad in this life? Now, just imagine all the struggles I'm talking about, you know, just the worst of the worst things you can imagine. Alright, but the person was committed to do that taqwa, right, always in a state of turning back Toba repentance, held on to the toe heat. And then it'll be asked like, Did you experiencing anything bad in this life? Compared to the good rewards that's

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coming? said nah, and wish to go back to experience more because of the reward that's coming in Jenna Maresi, eternal, Paradise eternal, then he gave an example. But for the person who had everything in this life, can you imagine everything and beyond? Like the kings of kings? Right? And that person, who now let's say, deny God, worship His desires, you know, and the world just opened up to that person, right? Never thought to make repentance, right? Never thought to, you know, ask for guidance, never thought of his Creator. You know what I mean? misled people, like, you know, the Drake's of the world, right? Unless they turn back and they're still hope if they do, but now that

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person and that made me think of what you're saying they're experiencing paradise. Like he said, there's, you know, this is it, like this is the paradise so he's experiencing paradise, paradise on earth. That person will be dipped in the Hellfire just for one second and then asked, Did you experience experience anything good in this life? But he did right? He experienced all the he followed his desires till death. If he dies on that, he'll say No, she'll say no. Imagine just find the net person we don't know how far this is deep. Can you imagine?

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Subhanallah

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because just imagine like for the people, Ramadan is coming up soon. The last Ramadan that passed, there was the pangs of hunger. Right? But those pangs of hunger are not are gone now. Right Do you you you don't feel it, but the reward is still with you. Look at that. But the person now who experiencing you know that Instagram moment with the hot sauce and stuff that feeling that good feeling is gone for him right? It's gone. But the stint since still remains unless the person makes Toba.

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his man is so bizarre. Even the people who listen to this and

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this is all like fake this is this doesn't make any sense. Okay, that's like

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you might say that, but you know, in your heart is there because like, even when I was in a state of disbelief, like I still knew when I was missing the mark, when I was off the

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I guess you could call it the straight path. I didn't know it was a straight path. But I knew like I was just, like, if I had a bone arrow, and I'm aiming towards a target, I was not hitting the target, I was hitting somewhere else. And I knew I clearly knew when I was doing something wrong. And that was

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like, tainting my being, you know, I didn't I didn't believe in the soul anything, but it was tainting the soul tenting the heart. And like, these people who they don't believe, and they just don't even think about these things like, well, like, Is there is there deep down like it's happening, and that's why

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they are not at ease. They are not in peace and happiness, and have that clear direction. Because like, even if they think that they're free, even if they think that they're experiencing a life that they want to experience, they're actually not because they're going against themselves. And and they are essentially, like I said, the missing the mark.

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Yeah.

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I'd like to take the the remaining time. And if Drake tunes in his fans, DJ Khalid, we have messages for both of them. And then for Drake, and then that

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the the sister and humanity, who also we invite them to really do something really simple, you know, really reflect on what the purpose of life is, why am I here? Where did I come from? How long am I going to be in this life? And then what's my ultimate purpose in life? And I often leave people with the homework real simple as the creator, the heavens and earth, no intermediary, no intercessor, just one who created you ask for guidance? I mean, real simple. I mean, at what point around when we talked before, did you start doing that? And then you ended up accepting Islam? Like, how would you advise them because again, you probably coming from a background they came from maybe Catholic,

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you're also a Christian. And then also you did all the Third Eye stuff to crystals. I mean, you experimented with all the different, you know, manmade religions out there.

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From your advice. Now, how would you tell them, you know, if you're talking to Drake right now, and you want to invite them, or DJ Khaled, you want to invite them to Islam, man genuine invitation would be like, Look, you have all the money, and all the time that you could have asked for. So take, take a few weeks, and just be by yourself out in nature with like, no electronics or nice, nothing, no distractions, and just see what comes to you. And I'll leave it there. I'll leave it there. And then often, you know, we,

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we have so many shows that we done, that go into if someone wants to go deeper, we have all because Islam is something a lot of times people equate religion with it, just blind belief, you know, the beautiful thing for myself, you know, when I start to see the hundreds upon hundreds of miracles in the Quran, that there's no way that this could come from a human being, you know, the preservation of the Quran, you know, you have the splitting of the moon, the prophecies, so many things the life of Prophet Muhammad. So now if somebody goes and digs deeper, and they turn their thinking skull on their head, they start to investigate these things, is the miracles that Prophet Muhammad, usually

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people don't talk about that they talk about the miracles of Jesus, then the belief in Jesus, the love that we have for Jesus, the chapter named after his Blessed Mother, Mary in the Quran. Now we're getting deep. Um, this is, these are all topics we've done, you can go to the deen show.com. And you can type in the splitting of the moon, you can type in science, chronic miracles. So it's not something that you blindly jump into, right. So this is something that is for the thinking person's someone who reflects beyond just the material besides just the materialism in the hot sauce. Yeah.

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But like I said, reflect, you know, that's what I was trying to get out with. My point is like, I like to take the few weeks and just reflect because through reflection, you will start to come to the answers to the questions that you're asking deep down, you know, and Allah says in the cran, like, do they not use their monitor flick for like, a balloon? And yes, yeah, so it's like, start with the reflection. And then from there like

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it'll lead you to certain questions that you might have. And if you keep seeking, you keep looking for the answers, which, if you look for the answers, you'll find the answers. That's the beautiful thing is like, there's not, there's not a question that doesn't have an answer in this world. humbler? So if you reflect, then you're going to have these questions. And then if you are sincere, and you keep looking for the answers, you're gonna receive the answers and the answers and never be end up in Islam.

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I don't want people to get caught up with the with this the the term Islam always define these words, Islam, if you're searching for peace, I'm sure you are in life, contentment, that's how you get it by submitting your will to the Creator to heavens and earth. That's what Islam means. And a Muslim is one who submits his or her world will to the Creator, heavens and earth, just to before we conclude, let's go back to

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really becoming Warren Buffet, if you think about it, you know, and I think this, this, this should be something that we started the show will end with it also here. We're reflecting upon death, that reality, where if you bring it up, people get really nervous, they make a joke about it, and they change the subject. But it's something that is should be a heart softener soften are hard because the hearts become like a rock. And then when the truth tries to penetrate, it's so hard. But in these moments like this, this girl, she's probably hopefully it's a moment where she's like devastated. Hopefully, maybe it's not, I don't know, but more sisters out there who've been you

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know, in situations they've been raped, right? This is what happens. You know, the guy gets you into His place to clubs, they put the Mickey was Mickey in the drink? What's it called? You know? It's Rufus. Rufus. Right? These are real things that are happening with you on the dope on the drugs. And they got deep break out, the whole team comes in, right whole team goes out, and now you're left scarred for life. Islam protects you from that, no alcohol, no illicit relationships. None of these things, you know, but connects you to one who loves you loves you more than anyone could love you, your creator, you know. And people think, you know, you said, like, you mentioned that and people

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get like, kind of like, oh, they get like a little nervous, or they just get kind of worried. They don't want to talk about it. As if you don't want to talk about it, because you don't know what's gonna happen. Yeah, you know, and because you don't know what was gonna happen, you don't feel ready for death. So that's why if you're uncomfortable speaking about it, or thinking about it, you don't want to flicked on it. But it's like, Listen, if you, if you understand your purpose here, if you understand what the whole point of all this is, then you have an understanding of what happens after death. And therefore when you think about that, or, or talk about this or reflect upon it. It's not

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uncomfortable. It's more like you said, it's softening. It's enlightening, because it wakes you up again, it wakes you up and makes you feel like oh, yeah, I bet that's what's gonna happen, you know, like, at some point, this journey is gonna end and then the next journey will begin. You know, and it gives you that assurance, therefore you are,

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you know, you're not uncomfortable because you know, what's gonna happen, you know, I'm saying and Islam has from A to Z. That's the beautiful thing about this deal. From A to Z, it has everything, all the steps from when the soul leaves the body. And now the angels come and say, oh, good soul come out to the Mercy of your Lord and His pleasure or the opposite. So it has everything than the life in the grave. And this is what just fascinated me and scared me. You know, so much, but it's not just that like, you hear oh, he just he's in a better place Rest in peace, you know, to me, did you? Did you work for that peace in the hereafter?

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Did you work for it?

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So don't be in a state like you know of denial. And I like what you said, when you know what's gonna happen next you enjoy talking about it. Islam has it like no other religion way of life because Islam is from the Creator. It's not counterfeit, it's not mad made. So we're about out of time. So for the homies out there, for the i shows the hub deep DS and whatnot, hobbies. Who are they have this Deen, they've been exposed to it, you know, but now, the fitna comes, what advice do you have? You've been you've experienced all these things. So from your eyes, you know, so the youth You know, they don't fall into and go they want to let me just let me just see for myself the club let me just

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see for myself what it is to experience some of these things and then boom, you you get caught and Trump just takes that one time. And you're you're you're lost. So what do you what do you say for the youth who like you know, they get called by their friends. Come on, come on. Let's go let's go here, there and everywhere and whatnot. And they want to, you know, just just, yeah, so it kind of goes like that thing was like, when you told not to do something, you want to do it even more. Yeah, you know, so.

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For the Muslims out here.

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The Muslim men Muslimahs. Who they have all these things, they've never done it, they never experienced it. So it's like a part of the monster. Like y'all kind of want to see what this is about, like how I want to see what happens here. Like take it from a brother, who has reverted, who has experienced all these things, unfortunately, I gonna say what I've done what I've experienced, a lot has placed the covering on that humbler

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but none of it is worth it. Like you.

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From all the things that I experienced, none of it was worth it even for like a split second. And if I could go back, I would actually not do that. I would tell myself look like this. It's just not necessary. It's not needed. And like, sadly, some people are those people who have to like they have to hit the head on the walls and experience it themselves. And I don't I don't wish that for anyone. I'm just saying like look, it's not what your mind is making it out to be like it's not the grass isn't greener on the other side. And if if you just kind of own doubts if you don't have that full like conviction, and you just kind of wavering and you're being pulled in all these different

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directions, like take a step back

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and reflect just like I told to Drake to Digi character design or whatever like that. It all starts with reflection because even as a Muslim if we reflect it always brings us back to Allah you know

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and heal

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my brother so

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I got it right this time. Just so you did Um hello thank you so much. Where can people

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you know hook up with you you got Where's where's your brother Fuad and Rami? Rami they they Canada In Canada right now but if if you want to link up with three Muslims the three Muslims like oh, you know what I say? Look up on YouTube, the three Muslims and you will find everything over there inshallah very nice real nice discussion we have packaged a lot inshallah can be a benefit inshallah. Thank you and for you guys tuning in. Go ahead. Did you know that you can get a free you heard us mention the Quran. You want to see for yourself, go ahead and visit the D show.com. You get the Quran is a gift from us free. And if you have some questions you want to visit maybe a mosque

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