Tom Facchine – Lessons from the Black Companions – Al-Miqdad bin al-Aswad

Tom Facchine
AI: Summary © The segment discusses the ongoing racism and racial supremacy in the United States, including the use of racist language and the negative impact on one's behavior. The importance of learning from the solution provided by the sun and finding meaning in one's life is emphasized. The speaker describes the actions of the Prophet Muhammad's life, including his death and return to his home, and the use of milk and prayings during his time in service of the gods. The segment also touches on the negative consequences of trying to convince people to wake up their friends and get into a pool of money, causing dissatisfaction and loss of progress, and the importance of learning from the experience and finding one's way back to the past.
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was the one

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who was

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goes on.

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In the United States of America,

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February is recognized as Black History Month.

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So this month for the next four weeks we will be doing a biographical series on some of the most significance and impactful black companions.

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Some of them will be familiar to you

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others not so much.

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Some may ask, why do we need an entire month of talks about this? Is sadness against racism of any type or source? Why there is discrimination against a particular group? Or discrimination for the benefits of a particular group? Of course, this is true. Allah subhanaw taala says,

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Yeah, as in

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was your own medical show? Well, you know, these are out

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in the lobby a problem in the locker room for me,

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oh, people, surely I have created you from male and female. And I have made you into clans and tribes so that you may get to know one another. Surely a novelist of us who Allah is the most pious, surely a law is knowing informed?

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A lot to either he says explicitly that, yes, He created us differently, and put us into different groups. But then the purpose of that difference is, so we may get to know one another.

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As we say, variety, is the spice of life.

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These differences were never meant to provide people with reasons to treat each other unfairly. No, not at all. Allah drives the point home by declaring that the best people to allow are the most pious, that's is the criteria. That's the rubric, not your lineage, not your skin color.

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Oh, last time, that reminds us that He is the one who was knowing and informed about everything, not us, including who is most pious.

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What we do know with 100% certainty is that this man is for justice, and against racism and prejudice. Some may think that Islam is clarity on the issue of race and racism means that we don't need to talk about

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this is a mistake.

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To draw an analogy, we know for certain what this map says about the prayer, and it supports. The fact that Islam is clear on the issue doesn't mean that we don't need to talk about this, especially if we were in a community where few people pray.

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What the size is whether we need to talk about something or not, isn't how clear is, is on the issue. But it said, How are we doing?

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As a Muslim community? What, when compared to what the sun clearly says about that issue?

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That is the relevant question here. How are we doing as a community compared to Assam? skleer stance on racism? Do racial stereotypes still persist? In our communities? Maybe we know better than to voice these stereotypes in public, but at dinner with our families, or when we're with our friends, do we make negative comments about an entire group of people with skin darker than our own?

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They are no good. They're lazy. They're this their patents, etc?

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What are our attitudes towards people who are darker than ourselves?

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When we approved it, our child's best friend

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or our child's preferred marriage partner had darker skin. How many shades darker would be willing to tolerate?

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This isn't a witch hunt. It's not about blaming anybody or canceling anybody. This is about

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it's enough to know, we should say that the issue of race and racial supremacy existed at the time of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam and it's something that the Companions themselves how to deal with.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam warned us that four problems would not leave this woman alone. This was one of them. He said I'm gonna be overseen Emery Janelia Laetrile Guna. Gospel feeling that he will park within and search

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for things found in mind issues from a period of previous Samish ignorance

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For that they want some pride in your lineage and insulting people's lineage.

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If that wasn't enough, we live in a nation, the United States of America that existed officially as an apartheid state for a long, long time.

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apartheid has lasted much longer depending on what part of the country you're in. Just last week, CNN reported that a black man passed away in Louisiana. When his wife tried to buy a burial plots, she was denied, and told that the cemetery was for whites only.

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This sort of unofficial apartheid assigns a race to people even come here from other places in the world, you become racialized, and that can affect how you're treated. Those of us with lighter complexions are racialized as whites. Those of us on the darker side of us are racialized in a different way, and are more likely to be treated with suspicion.

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It was the length of Hajj Malik el Shabazz better, remember, of course, is not convex, who saw Islam as the solution for racism in America. In an interview conducted after he returned from college, he said, quote, it would probably do America well to study the religion of a son. And perhaps it could drive some of the racism from the society.

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What we want to do in Utica, New York, 2021 is understand the solution that the sun provides. And make sure that we're living according to that solution. So that we're able to present that solution to the society around us.

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In order to do that, we have to go beyond tokenism. We can't just point to be loud, say that there's no racism in the sun and be done.

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We want something a little bit more meaningful and substantial with that. We want to sit at the feet of the black companions, and learn what they have to teach us and let it transform us.

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That's the idea behind this Friday series.

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The first black companion that we will be talking about as

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someone who may not be heard before, and that was one of the first people is not going to accept the sound. So that makes it part of the 17. And nobody, he fought the battle of better and was one of the only companions to have a war horse on that day, earning the title of fairly seamlessly into the cavalry of the prophets messenger. See, that loves messenger.

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Email. He describes the fifth element that has been really tall with dark brown skin, deep set eyes and shaggy hair, and imposing finger will heat them in the worth of the neck. He lives to see 70 years after a short man himself conducted his gymnastics. And he was very, and remains a term that Jonathan appeared in Medina.

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What can we learn from that?

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In our Muslim narrates, in his city, a story from

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my dad said that one day he can show his friends, they got together.

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They had a problem.

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They were sorry.

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He said that they were so hungry, that they their hearing and their vision was starting to be effective, would come and go.

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They left from their homes and they began going door to door appealing to other companions for food. But no one had anything to give.

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Then they came across the peninsula already.

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And when the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam found them he brought them back to this house and hosted that message on guests.

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There they found three goats. So the Prophet alayhi salatu salam told them go ahead, milk the goats and share the milk pushing you off.

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Then the Prophet SAW Allah why was he likes, he left them at his own house, milking the goats sharing the milk as he went about his day.

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And Bill Bennett says that they used to always saveable of milk for the office of the bodies. They used to set it aside for him until he returned.

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The Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam usually would not return it so late in the evening, to the point where the family was to prep for

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are already asleep when he came back. The Prophet alayhi salatu salam would answer to give sedans he would give snaps quiet enough so that he wouldn't wake anyone up, but loud enough so that if you were already awake, you could hear it.

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Then he would go through the lesson itself on a porcelain pray. And finally he would come back to his home and accept that whole milk and drink.

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One night.

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He said, This is literally the temple paint.

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I had already drank my portion of film, he says, when I started getting suggestions and ideas in my head,

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I thought, why don't we have songs have dinner at the house of the unsought?

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Surely he's going to have milk over there with them. He doesn't really need his bowl tonight.

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So I went and drank his whole life.

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He says when it descended into my stomach, and I knew that the deed was done on yourselves turning back, the devil assaulted me with regrets.

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Well, we'll tell you what we've done. Have you drunk for profit straight.

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When he comes back and doesn't find it, he's going to pray against you, and you will be destroyed. Your worldly life manager after life are finished.

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And metab lay in bed last night's rest. As you can imagine, he said that he had a piece of cloth for a blanket that wasn't warm enough for his entire body. If he covered his head, his feet was sick out. And vice versa. He covered his feet his head would stick out. So he made their blanket over his head pretending to be asleep while his two friends were knocked out snoring. Waiting, as that was in anticipation for the profits returned from above or the southern shore and

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the profit eventually comes in from a cyclist. He gives His jump for

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that he leaves to go private domestic. And my heart is pounding.

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Time seems to crawl lies he awaits the return of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam and his own demise. Finally the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam comes back, he approaches a spot where the boat normally is he realizes the bowl is empty. He begins to raise his hands on the surface of sky and at this point, a McDonald's Washington horror. There he goes. He recalls thinking I finished. He's going to pray against me and I say this.

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But the Prophet Muhammad was a lot when he was seven. He said something else.

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A lot of money was given to Saudi.

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Oh, I'll feed whoever feeds me and quench the thirst of whomever punches my face.

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And if that tells us that he wasted no time, he had been pretending for sleep. Now he leaves up, wraps his blanket around because it's cold and we've been in a fight and he rushes out the doors find one of the guards. He looks for the fattest one, and he fought for the profit for the logo he was and then he grabs the roll, and he goes through the rest of the books and knock them. He describes the books as being alarm. He said that they were not expected to be felt in such a strange hour. And if that doesn't expect any of them to have much milk, but he finds that it's possible that God then comes back to the powerful Lavaredo salon with his offering.

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He doesn't accuse him of anything. He doesn't reprimand them. No, he's concerned that no one got there that day. So he asked him. Have you had your drink tonight? Let's make that just thrust his bowl of milk into the prophets. Hamlet says drink.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam he takes a few sips of sips and then he stops and pushes it back into his hands straight.

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Same thing takes a few sips and keeps forcing it upon him forcing upon him until we can tell finally a prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam sporran can't get any more

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at this point, and my dad, he knows that he has secured the blessing of the Prophet SAW. And he's so happy that he falls to the ground laughing in the life

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the promise of a lot so he asked him, What's gotten into you.

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So if that tells you the whole story from the beginning

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After he finished the process of law, he sort of said, this is nothing but the Lord's mercy.

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Would you allow me to wake up our friends to share the screen with us.

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And if that applies to him, I swear by the one who sends you the truth, I don't care if you have it all to yourself, or whether we share it you and I, or whether you wake up the entire city and we all share together a pool of public capital I suddenly love and you want to be separate from Sydney and equally then let's stop you in full.

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Humbly now I'm accepting was super level was on

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Last week, and on top of being on the shipping was shot on the LSAT with Mr. Hamilton, it was very overwhelming. Some of our body he was, he was having to live while he was.

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In the story, that we had told him that we have a perfect example of the nature of people and how it happens. It begins with wanting something too much

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at first, but that is truly it needed his hunger drives him out of his house.

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Allah subhanaw taala then from provides certainty, and relieves his need.

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His need for food was not just met once in the time of crisis. But every day after that he sees the guest of the prophets of Allah while he was sudden,

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his one bowl of milk wasn't much, but it kept him on his feet.

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The problem, as so often happens is that when our needs are met,

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and always met, we get to country, we get to attach, we forget our time of crisis. And we come to expect the new normal with a sense of appointments. Of course, this is the way things should be.

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Once Gratitude has left our hearts, once entitlements has taken its place, you start to become dissatisfied. And we want for

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our attachments is growing to the point where we even start to covet what other people have,

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at this point, in such a better shape on the old enemy of mankind, who knows what we're thinking, who was sitting, waiting, watching as our gratitude got smaller and smaller, and our entitlement and attachments got larger and larger. The devil is a tremendous opportunist. He has impeccable timing, and is very concerned about liability. He's not going to force you, as the law says in the relation of the supply.

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surely the federal has no authority over voters who believe and rely on their Sustainer the devil is not going to do anything himself. He is simply going to make a suggestion,

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a suggestion that under normal circumstances, we would see clearly as wrong clearly as immoral. But because of our intense desire and attachment. Our judgments is compromised. And we considered it we listed up we pay attention

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to plead this case to seal the deal, because that will then justify a steak sauce. He provides the reason the rationale, the justification. He uses your worries playing upon your own wishful thinking. As Allah Allah says the appointment be here, when the younger pushing on.

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He promises things to them, and creates desires within them that they didn't have before.

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And the devil was not promised anything except wishful thinking, advanced.

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In the case of a myth that the devil was trying to convince him that the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam with misses both of them. He was probably the unsalted, he doesn't need it.

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And Next comes a moment of sin and transgression completely are all doing and fully our responsibility when we decide to act upon that suggestion and make this a reality. A law tells us what the devil will say on the Day of election and see if one of us tries to blame him. Well, that can lead to some fun in that

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because our former genital leave allows me to want to be allowed to go now at 741.

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I never had any power over any of you. All I did was call you and you answered me. So don't blame me. blame yourselves.

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But the devil, the devil is not done yet.

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He loves threaten corruption on earth as much as he loves causing internal turmoil. So after we act on his suggestion, he assaults us with guilt, and regrets significantly, he tries to exaggerate the enormity of what we did. He tries to make us identify with the people that we did. There you go again, you can't do anything, right. You're always like this yourself. You're evil. You're no good, You'll never change. You don't deserve the companionship of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, you don't deserve a love for us.

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Here the devil is trying to scare us into identifying with the lifestyle of evil and committed to that lifestyle.

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If you believe what the devil tells you about yourself, if you really think that you're that bad,

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it will increase the likelihood that you will return to sin in the future, you will become resigned to what you think is your destiny, and really was just hiding from the devil follow.

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What makes him so special and the story is so special is that he intervened in this process, and turned the tables on the devil. He did what every single one of us do every day, some form of his attachments, left him open to suggestion that he let himself become convinced and did something wrong. He lied before not able to sleep, sure of his own destruction, believing the things that that will have told him about seven.

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But then he heard the merciful, hopeful words for the novel properties

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and opportunity for redemption. He is remembering the Mercy of Allah subhanho wa taala. And his recognition of this opportunity for for redemption, conquered his heart and his body. When he came to the prophets of Allah want to send them with a meal and a bowl of milk all of a sudden, he has more food than he has seen in a long time. If he hadn't had that mushroom just a day before, he would have probably thrown himself down and devoured it. But not anymore.

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His heart has now been conquered by a spiritual goal.

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And so his attachment to the food is gone. The promise of love if someone even asks him, should we wake up our friends should be sharing a meal. And

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with the selfishness and attachment completely gone,

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says that he doesn't care. He doesn't care if he even takes a single bites, or if they wake up the whole city and they share it all together. This was

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one final story. One of those having the students of the companions, they said that they were sitting with us that one day when another companion walked by

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one of the Fabian who was seated he said, Look at that man, that man is eyes are blessed that they have seen firsthand the Messenger of Allah, I swear by the law I would have loved if we had seen what he has seen.

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And if that sapling was quiet for a while,

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then he said,

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What makes you wants to be present? For something that a lot Matthew absent from

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no one knows if he had witnessed those days, how he wouldn't have acted and what side he would have been on.

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I swear by Allah, the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam was sense among a group of people. Many of them Allah had destined to be dropped into * on their faces.

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They didn't respond to this invitation. They didn't bear witness to the truth that he brought. Once you get praise.

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Once you praise the Lord, you're raised in a community that testifies to the truth about the Prophet Grace isn't enough for you that the generation before he was put to the test.

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I swear by Allah the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam carried out his mission. Under the most extreme circumstances. It was a period of supreme ignorance. They didn't think any faith was better than the idolatry that they do.

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Then the clear truth came to them and people were divided, until a man would find that his father or his son or his

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His brother had rejected a face, while a loss of removed the shackles from his own heart. Imagine living and knowing that whoever enters * will be destroyed, such that you carry around the knowledge that I want them and how will be some of your family and friends.

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This was an mitad response. And because response to the younger Academy is very instructive, it shows us the human tendency to question a lot of will, and the destiny that a lot chose for us.

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Maybe we're not questioning a lot with with anger and indignation, but many of us spent a good amount of time fixated on how things might have been better. If only this or that were different. In this story, the seller see on Saturday, we feel like they missed out on something. They wanted to see the profit on a softer salon, they want us to accept the message of a sub asset team down and fight for status.

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All of these are good things, but their memory and imagination is one sided. They are only thinking of the glory that they could have shared it. They're not thinking about the unfair trials that the Companions suffered, or how many contemporaries of the prophets of Allah he was someone that ultimately chose their worldly interests over faith,

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acknowledges the mixed feelings that existed during that time. It wasn't all happiness and bliss. If you were from that generation, it was likely that you have family and friends who fought against the faith perished during that fight, and are therefore destined for the hellfire.

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And but that suggests that living with that knowledge is haunting,

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despite their certain faith, and miraculous accomplishments,

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and my dad tries to show them, that at the roots of their fantasy, is a lack of gratitude to Allah subhanaw taala

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won't they be grateful for the Lord has delivered them from the possibility of failure, and then set cause them to be raised in households where the poor man's recited and the prayer is established? Where they can study the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi, WA, Sena and worship in safety, without fearing for their lives, will they then be grateful that they have it easier?

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And my dad's advice is timeless. We might look back on our lives, some of the decisions that we make, the path that we chose, and wonder, what if I had gone that direction and said, What if I happen to make that different decision, whether it's for your career, or your spouse, or where you live, when we let ourselves imagine the other ways life would have played out, we're usually doing two things, we're usually imagining the best possible results of what could have been different. And we're usually remembering the most difficult things about our current situation.

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We forget that our lives have been different, we might also not have the good things that we currently enjoy.

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And honestly, the things that we take for granted. If our lives had been different, we also would have different problems, different struggles, annoyances, and failures.

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This fixation with how things could have made a difference? Yes, it's very natural. But it has to be kept in check. The remedy of data reminds us is gratitude.

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Taking time to remember our blessings. And thanks a lot for them. A strong practice of thanks and gratitude will put our hearts at rest and liberate us to truly experience and appreciate the like the loss of time carefully and lovingly chose for us but myself in the setting that I don't believe

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in the law

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Yeah, I used to live in an animal sanctuary. He was certainly more testing. All of a sudden he was commercially comedy but he was running into haggling over Gee, what that we found that will happen otherwise it won't happen come out of our rocking. Rocking in the dynamic nobody on earth does not want to see me was a ship that was shooting whatever our team wants, so

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we need to watch out

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for that, out of that honor to be a local couple time whacking washing my lawn. What did people learn and grow physically about from the rock

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We need all of them. I don't know

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what we're gonna do that but I'm

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also gonna shut up. Yeah, we got a walk in the law the airport is semi retired even. We didn't have any texture to carry with me before now.

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First of all what are your thoughts on

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every sitcom, Allah we are members now

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like about Allahu Akbar, I said, Oh Allah, Allah, Allah Allah by shadow and Muhammad.

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Yada, yada yada.

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Comedy set up a comedy Surah Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar.

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ilaha IL love LA

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long Oh my god.

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