Tom Facchine – Lessons from the Black Companions – Barakah and Usamah bin Zayd

Tom Facchine
AI: Summary © The importance of women in achievement and their contributions to society is discussed, along with the negative impact of the Prophet Alayhi's death on motivation and performance. The importance of faith in protecting intentions and actions is emphasized, along with the need for faith in one's words when it comes to religion. The importance of learning from mistakes and learning from mistakes is emphasized, as it is crucial for everyone to have faith in their actions and actions.
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looking for Marissa at number one is

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what type of was

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a big show of hands? Is a lot of content already.

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way I'm getting a little vocal. What I learned learned also, as opposed to now Lima, about the inositol Have you eaten a lot? Well accent and a heavy, heavy what happened in some ways?

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What's your reporting of the 200? What was the most

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popular Dr. Bala?

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Today

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we look at the life of a man

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and her son, who Sam Evans, a

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woman who was an orphan, yet seen his father until the time that Mohammed Ali celebs was, was still in his mother's womb.

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When the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam was six years old. He went on a trip to Medina, that call yesterday with his mother and Amina and Baraka.

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They were visiting fabulous relatives there, however,

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tragically got sick and died on the return journey back to the

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mother of the prophets or maybe SoCal Salaam is still buried there in the village call them at work on the road between

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whenever the time they left the young lady cycle, alone with Barack,

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Barack and protected and nurtured and raised Muhammad Ali salatu salam was low and tenderness, as if he was her own son.

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She brought him back to the house of his grandfather, I'm going to flood and live together with them.

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When the prophets of Allah Juan eco, Salam grew up, and married Kinesia he sets daughter free, was Monica was so dedicated to caring for the Prophet alayhi salam, so sadaqa she remained as part of his household the problems, I think so I

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used to call her his mother.

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And he used to say he has to be at the base.

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She is the only one left from the family that I grew up with

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the problem of aging, so I've set up

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an easy childhood.

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He was sort of passed around from one caretaker to the next. The one constant in his life, however, was Baraka.

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We know about the legendary virtues of the Prophet alayhi salam so even as a young man, his honesty, his gentleness, his trustworthiness. Oftentimes virtues are a results of the positive influence from someone else in our lives, especially during our formative years. When we're still we're still figuring out who it is that we are. There is good reason to believe that Barack as the one concepts and young or happens like I am, so for sulla is partially responsible for influencing the profit snowball character, I like to sort of set up

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the prophets of Allah Hawaii, who was set up also with through hardship after his childhood has ended. He lost two children. in their infancy, he had to deal with the terrifying nature of the Revelation when it started coming to him. He had to deal with his own community's rejection of him and the divine message that he carried.

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The supports that he received from South Asia is well known, but as a constant presence in his house from as far back as he could remember. We have to also believe that Baraka played a large role in comforting and supporting profit. I saw him throughout his difficulties

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to comfort and support another person is a tremendous virtue that regretfully is largely ignored or looked over today. Our society, our era, rewards and praises achievement.

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The good grades, the prestigious career

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What the type of achievement our society recognizes usually individual achievements, things that we can say I did this, I did that. Things that are fixed to put on a resume, or a CV. What isn't recognized or rewarded or praised nearly as much

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is contributing to somebody else's machines? Sure, we give it lip service, we say things like, behind every man is great woman.

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But who gets the medals? Who gets the honors, who gets the special treatments, who can put on their resume or CV, that they were a crucial support for someone else, have contributed to somebody else's individual achievements

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in our community today, this affects women the most

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our women who Allah has, generally gifted with a greater capacity to comfort and support are often means that feel like that's not enough. They aren't made to feel like if they don't have a career, they aren't contributing, that they aren't achieving anything. Now, I'm not saying that careers aren't an important source of fulfillments for women, nor I want to downplay the importance of contributions that women make to their communities and families by having a career. All I'm saying is that the women should feel just as honored and praised for dedicating their full time to comfort and supports. Look at what the prophets of Allah why he was setting up machines, and look at how

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much he depended on women like botica. Along the way,

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the comforters and supporters like Baraka are the unsung heroes of our time. If society wants give them the honor that they deserved, that we as people of faith should do so.

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Wake up for and sorted to be revealed Marco was one of the first people to believe it will happen, it's probably not a slog to set up and accept the standard.

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Eventually, after the intro to Bettina both are married and power them from the sun, SUN strive make their baby.

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Together they have a son named Amon, which gave her the title of home Amen. The mother of Eggman through us real life, Monica wasn't able to say everything in Arabic correctly. I would have loved to have said that one time Monica entered the room with a Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam was and she said to him, salam alaikum

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what we could translate as peace, not economy. From then on the problem it saw from the Sunnah, he permitted her to simply say,

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look, Baraka was a righteous, brave woman of faith. There are miracles authentically narrated,

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as there are for several other companions come about. That hubby says that while she was making the migration from that ghost Medina she was fasting

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with a sunset and it was time to break fast Patoka had nothing to break for fast with not even water,

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the person narrating the story whose names are fairly impossible. That said this out of nowhere appeared a bucket of water. She drank from this, and her thirst was quest for the rest of her life. Monica even used to say that she tried to fast on lots of different journeys, putting this thing to the test, trying to make herself deliberately thirsty, and she was not able to. She never tasted the first the rest of the life.

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Monica was also a hero during the battle that was

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in the early stages of the battle, she passed water for the soldiers, and she treated the wounded when the battle turned into chaos and many of the weak hearted Muslims were treated. Some narrations actually say that Boko picked up a sword and entered into the battle. What is certain is that she was struck by an arrow on that day during the battle, which she later recover from. She also accompany the cost of living.

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It's easy to understand why. Let's imagine we're all back in school for a second. We're in the middle of the semester at some point our T

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Should pulls us aside and tells us, Hey, don't worry about the final exam. You've already gotten an eighth class.

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How would that impact your motivation? How will that impact your performance? I can speak for myself. And I imagine most of you when I say that my performance from then on would suffer. Even if I were engaged and interested in the course, with all the other responsibilities weighing on me, I would probably put that course on the back burner. After all, it's already a luck, I can come back to it later.

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But when the Prophet alayhi salatu salam told a companion, that they were bound for Paradise, it never once had this effects, we actually find in the opposites, they are more zealous and artists. They worship and obey our laws either with more firmer than before.

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The new information that they had about their final resting place didn't make them arrogance. It made them more humble. Can you imagine if one of us was promised paradise, anytime someone disagreed with us, we would remind them, you better listen to me over promised paradise.

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What made them so different from us?

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Perhaps it was that their goals and their aspirations were higher and lofty or impure than simply getting his paradise.

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When it comes to you, or I mean, imagine the pain and the torment of the Fire, we imagined the ease and the pleasures of paradise that we strive for it. That's what motivates us. So if you were I was in some you promised paradise, that thing that we're looking for, that means that we've already won. Our goal has been accomplished, we can kick back soon, kick back and relax a little

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bit the companions and especially the elite of the companions, like Buttercup, they weren't simply trying to avoid the fire or achieve paradise. They wanted to please Allah subhanho wa taala. And pleasing Allah is never over. If it's achieved in one moment, in the next moment, the slate is wiped clean. And it needs to be achieved again and again, and so on moment after moment until we leave this world.

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Their faith was not limited to a transaction

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for eternal bliss. Instead, they were aiming to please the source of all this. And they knew that everything else will fall into place.

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The Companions who were at that level worshipping Allah, not just to experience an eternal pleasure, but to please Allah. If they were told that they were destined for Paradise is simply to increase them. In devotion. They could handle being told they were in Paradise because that wasn't their main target in the first place. Just the side benefits. Glad Tidings of paradise were like words of encouragement from a teacher, or a boss. A good students who cares about learning and mastering the material will only go harder after being encouraged like that.

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But live long enough to see tragedy and hardship for some of her first husband, as was mentioned, was slain at the Battle of Taylor. Her first son, Amon, was also slaying the battle for me, after the conquest of Mecca, but her greatest three was outliving the profits of a boy whom she raised that protected or so

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when he died on her cry like she had never cried before. Someone said to her, why are you crying this much?

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She replied, I swear by Allah. I knew that he would die. I'm only crying since from now on. We are cut off from the revelation.

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After the Prophet alayhi salatu salam died. Many of the Companions would pay visits and give gifts the bulk of making sure that her needs are met said honor maker, as the Prophet alayhi salatu salam had done before. She outlived several Buckler adenoma. Finally, in the reign of her fan, she returned to our Lord and it was very the end of the year in Medina, Buddha Holy *, there was some new law and the wonderful polysatin proceeding and equally there are some people who didn't know book

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A company sent me was shipping with a wireless subpoena. He wants to know why show me

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the law sheet that I will tell him and he showed me what shall remember me and I was saying that I'm hammered in our book was to bury the money. So the law for a while, what else have any What if way, will suddenly go to steam and the deal

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when the Prophet alayhi salatu salam had stood amongst his companions and told them, whoever would like to marry one of the women of Paradise should marry or payment, one man stood up,

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his name was, say, even half

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an hour. So he just freed slave. He had been given us against the problem he saw

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when he had already eaten. So it was part of their hustled and was one of the very first people to accept the sun as well as he was sold into slavery by the enemy tribe, in his homeland in northern Arabia. And that sure he saved his father and uncle were able to track him down and actually traveled to Mexico with money in hand, which is by him back.

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When they got there, they felt safe with my husband. So what were some of them, they offered him the money in exchange for z, the Prophet salallahu Alaihe. Salam told them he would not accept any money. However, they should like to take beside himself. And if he agreed to go when he could go freely.

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They agreed, only to be shocked when they chose to say it with my hands on a lot of it.

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They told them that in all the years they have spent together will happen with a lot of money he was selling and treating him with so much care, and so much affection that he would rather stay

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surprised and confused. His father and uncle had no choice but to go back empty handed. Well had this dilemma. It was Sunday. On the other hand, it was so happy and safe choice that he took him by the hand and marched down to the cabin, and announce to everyone that not only was it free, but from now on, they would be the adopted son of Mohamed salah.

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Now, at this point of the stories, he stood up in front of the rest of the companions jumping at the opportunity to marry

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so many people, they must have been truly an ALA a couple.

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For one, Z was significantly younger than Barack Z. He was 10 years younger than the prophets of Allah while he was.

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And keep in mind that Baraka had helped raise the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam and he was a child.

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This means that Barack was probably at least 20 years older than say, a poor. Secondly, their marriage is what we would call today and inter racial marriage. They it is described by most accounts not all, as having white skin and will demoed. The hadith scholars said that it was one of the past

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broadcasts we know was black. No one protested their marriage the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't tell us a no way of it's not you. Let someone else merrier. The Prophet alayhi salatu salam was pleased with their marriage. And the prophets of Allah wa eco southern one was never pleased with anything, except that it was good and pure.

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Furthermore, this was not as a first marriage. He had been previously married and then divorced from none other than Xavier with this dash, of Qureshi noble and the cousin of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam.

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It's a testament to the purity of Satan's hearts and the strength of his faith that he never wants hesitated to marry.

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He never thought it will go with him last because of his age shot because of his skin color, not because he had been married one student that leaves now

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we can see that see that? Just like father Connor was only concerned with pleasing Allah. He didn't care what other people thought or other people said and if he didn't worry about his reputation, he had an assurance from the Prophet himself

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that this was looking for his FL that this was good for his afterlife and say that needed no further convincing after that.

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Together with Polycom

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They have a son, April 7,

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will send a had even darker skin than his mother Baraka, which caused some gospel. In Medina.

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Those times were no different than our times in that sense. People like to speculate that suggests that say it wasn't really Osama responding.

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In an authentic I mean, someone who was a specialist in seeing resemblances.

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He came and he saw Osama and his father say laid down, they were both knocking on the floor. He looked at their feet, and said that you could tell by the resemblance in their feet, that it was something that was certainly saved somewhere. This is significant because it never needs the prophets of Allah when he was setting up says that he was very happy to hear this. He now had proof against anyone who wants him to put question or doubts into Simon's lineage.

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husana grew up to be a strong and pious young man, the Prophet alayhi salatu, Salam love who suffer so much that he had the tail pick philosophy that something worthwhile,

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then they can eat for lunch at my uncle Tony, the profit is sort of the center used to grab in the summer and a hassle. Or at least purchase the sun by the hand and go around until people buy a lot of coffee and I love these two. So you must love these two as well.

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One narration collected by a target and the Fulani, they tell us that the prophets have a long way he was someone used to say that husana is the most beloved person to me, after my father.

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The Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, he only made one hatch.

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And during Hajj, for those of you who have been there, you leave out have spent the night that was deadly. And eventually you make your way back to the Congo to make a walk on the valve.

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As soon as the sun sets, you're allowed to leave.

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But the prophets have a long way he was during his house, he waited. He was waiting for the sun.

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Keep in mind during this single house with the Promise of Allah while he was performed, and we're hundreds of 1000s of believers from all over Arabia, many of them have never met the prophets of Allah weddings before many of them were new to Islam.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is keeping all of these people waiting. And that is an area of the Hadith says, Here comes a black man with a broad flat nose into some

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a group of people who were there waiting, who were relatively new to Islam were shocked that the prophets have a long way he was suddenly waiting for a black pen.

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They said this is what we've been waiting for. And right there they are posting. They renounced their assignment they went home, leaving how much in the middle without completing.

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That wasn't the first time or the last time that was sent in the face discrimination. At the age of 18, the prophets of Allah when it was said that made husana General of the Army that was supposed to leave and traveled north and engage the Byzantine Empire. He was in charge of a more of a smarmy that had much more senior companions, and is that he? Oh Ma, I will refer to it as more they were all about taking orders from the sea and flatten the sun.

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There were people in the army, not the major competitors, but some of the lesser companions who are newer to Islam, that we're not happy to have some as their leader because of his age. And also we can imagine because of his appearance, when the Prophet alayhi salatu salam heard this, he said, If they criticize his leadership, then they also criticize the leadership of his father before him.

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It's a wonderful thing that the leadership should be given to someone with such excellent character. And someone I love so dearly, as was

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one of the biggest lessons that we can learn from the summer

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was when he was fighting in a battle and as he was about to slay one of his enemies with his sword. His enemy cried out loud. Yeah, having a lot

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of sun swung his sword anyway, killing his opponents.

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troubled by what happened he went to the profits along the way he was set up to tell him about the profit. I mean, some of us and I responded to him, he said USANA

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Once will you save his testimony of faith on the day of journals?

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If someone replied, He only sent it spare his life.

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The Prophet slaves replied and said, Did you peer into his heart? What will you say for his testimony of faith on the Day of Judgment?

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The Prophet God says what's kept repeating himself repeating himself until husana said that he wished that everything he had done as a Muslim up until that point would be wiped away, and that he could accept Islam do from that day.

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From the story we learn, one of the most fundamental parts of our faith in another Batman, with the Yes, action are accompanied by protections that everyone will be judged according to that intention, who said of a story and the conference response of a lot it was similar features that intention is hard, but that allow you

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the unseen, someone else's intention cannot be known simply by looking at their actions, or looking at the circumstantial evidence. This was to Simon's mistake. He thought that because his enemy was fighting against him. It proved that his intention was to fight against this man, he didn't factor in other possibilities. Maybe this person was being forced to fight. Maybe he came to the battlefield reluctantly. And now he said he must wait since self defense. Oussama also assumed that his enemies testimony of faith was fake, because it seemed a self serving, it would benefit him in that exact moments to become a Muslim. We can imagine some thinking, if he really wants it to accept

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the standard once you can. Why did he wait?

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Who suddenly thought that he knew what faith looks like he thought he knew what a sincere conversion looked like. But that's not always healthy force.

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Did something similar happens? It

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didn't seem as hard to start to incline toward us until he was so conflicted that he left his house with a sword in hand, ready to kill the property.

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To the outside observer, it looks like Omar was going in the wrong spiritual direction, away from the faith. But when he showed up to the door of a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he knew that

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he could have lots of a sort of his skin his hand, he could have hoped that the circumstances he could have made a similar assumption

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as their son did, and order this a panic attack. But the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, he knew that what was needed was not a fight, but an embrace.

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Now, this doesn't mean that there are no consequences. When it comes to the rights of other people. If someone has taken something from someone else, we cannot say, Oh, you don't know his intention. To avoid restoring rights to the one who was oppressed, we separates between the action and the intention, we rectify the action, and we leave a law to judge people's intentions. If someone repents if someone says that they've changed, we don't try to pry open their hearts to figure out is this person sincere or not? How could

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we must take them out of their work.

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You and I might not be on the battlefield by yourself. But we make a similar mistake all the time. With our brothers and sisters faith. We look at their actions. We look at their circumstances, we say things like this person is arrogance. They think that they're better than everyone else. They're just trying to show off fear Allah. And don't worry about anyone but yourself.

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If someone else were to be arrogance, that same struggle that's between them and a lot and by making it a topic of conversation, not only are you piling up seeing for yourself, but you're getting distracted from improving the only person that you can control.

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You would hate for other people to talk that way about you.

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So look for your brother, what's your love for yourself? Don't struggle yourself with other people's intentions. Allah puts intention in the hearts for a reason to keep it out of sight and to keep it on. Even on the left wiki says that the lesson was summer learned on the battlefield that day. It's

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saves him when the fix became Adi, while we were engaged in the first civil war between Muslims and Adi approached himself, trying to recruit him to fight for his Saif. Ali said to the summer,

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we never treated him differently.

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We always counted you as one of us. So why don't you come to play with us? Listen carefully to what he is saying. He's showing that he understands the discrimination that we saw, with his comments only accents against the background that other people treated Oussama differently.

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I appeal appeals to the fact that he had the Senior Companions never treated with some as an outsider. They ever made him feel like he didn't belong. This is the way of the people of faith. Who saw my however, had learned from his regrets killing someone who said this should have. And so he replied to it. Oh, founder of hustle, I swear by Allah. If you grab onto the whiskers of a lion, I will grab onto his whiskers as well, so that you and I could die together we live together. But this thing that you've involved yourself with the Civil War, I will have requirements.

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Sanders response teaches us one last lesson. Sometimes our mistakes and blunders feel overwhelming. Sometimes we beat up on ourselves. Like when we said that in our talk last week, we might feel like our mistakes, show us who we really are. We might forget all the good things we've done and all the progress that we've made. We imagine that our life is on a path and our mistakes states derail us and take us off of that path. But Osama story shows us that even our most grievous mistakes are actually part of our path.

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A law permits everything to have everything that happens is in some way like gifts from Allah, even our states, a lot of cousins want us to feel embarrassed or humiliated. He doesn't want us to sin and many of our mistakes our sin

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but even the things that we struggle against are given to us with a reason. A lot of mites will it to happen, that we made a mistake today. Knowing that it will save us from a bigger mistake tomorrow. The process of struggling with and learning from our mistakes, develops resolve and determination. It makes us wiser and for that, like all of us gifts, we should be grateful but Masada was second and then we can move on from paperboard you is a lot of kids who use or Lunarlon yeah

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