Umm Jamaal ud-Din – The Power of Du’a for a Believer

Umm Jamaal ud-Din
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the impact of diet on mental well-being and how it can lead to "weird people" and "weird events". They emphasize the importance of practice and remembering a goal to achieve joy and happiness. The speakers also discuss the misconceptions of achieving goals and the importance of acknowledging one's weaknesses and apologizing for them. They stress the need to establish a stable life and find motivation and focus when following up on a project, and to set a clear focus on one's deen. They also mention a summit and a summit in New Zealand and encourage listeners to visit their page for more live updates.
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So I will just give a quick introduction cinematic.

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But also I might absolutely rubbish likely somebody with the the Amity will have an awkward similar Sanibel volley, a cinematic monitor over the counter to all of our listeners. My name is Dana and I'm from Lynx sisters. were part of a bigger team called link bow and we're based in Melbourne. We're a youth organization and we organize you know, things like hand art and classes based on very specific sciences. And with like, like I mentioned, sorry, we are based in Melbourne. So, yeah recreational activities as well. So today's topic is the power of data and our beloved chef Holmes randiness got away from Sydney is going to be presenting this topic for us. shareholder magazine has

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a bachelor in a sort of bit from and Medina International University. It has been a teacher of both and very strong science that measured the sunlight in Sydney for more than 14 years in Australian revertas. On July 1, began studying Lockwood at the digester, Saudi Arabia and later gained in the jazz and sundried from her teacher, Kitty Moser Pinsky, who was a student of chef England suede, alongside completing her motivational. She obtained a bachelor in languages with a major in Arabic from Western Sydney University and then went on to study various will tone, whichever religious texts from Arabic speaking schools at the open Islamic Academy in Saudi Arabia for more than 10

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years, besides having diligently attended classes of local Michelle contentious throughout the years, a well known di a public speaker and teacher of women for more than 20 years, who has a lot of money talks both nationally and international the night on July the dean is passionate about motivating others to become more steadfast in their faith along with empowering resistors through sharing the knowledge of shared era. So without any further delay, I'll let

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Anja magazine commence her talk on the power of directional caleffi key by using Shara you know handily learn mother who wanna study don't wanna stop food who wanted to boulais want to solly want to sell them Island a Vietnam Mohammed so long while he was selling or we ask them awful Tyler to bless this gathering we asked a lot of talent to make this a gathering of you know, the strengthens our Eman inshallah and you know, gathering on sisterhood be the lead despite us being you know, 1000s of miles away from each other inshallah even later Allah.

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Look, the topic I thought we'd speak about tonight is the topic of the power of Dwyer.

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I'm also gonna give a bit of an introduction into the power of diet and have a little bit of a speak, you know, I would love to talk about some of the mistakes that people have, or misconceptions they have around that subject of a doula and then finally end up speaking about like the men as a backdrop, you know, in order to have are accepted.

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inshallah. So, starting out, like, I'm sure most of you would understand that, you know, one of the most powerful and Eman boosting experiences that you can go through as a believer is if you look back into your past, and then you remember about times, in which you know, you prayed to certain things that Allahu Allah gave you now. Right? And especially when Allahu taala answers,

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one of your draws in a way that was far better or beyond anything you had expected? Okay, like, I fortunately, we do tend to focus a lot on what hasn't been answered, but we forget about all the dryers that a lot of diner has answered and how many harms he wandered off off from us, right? So one thing you will see in shoreline May Allah bless all of our lives, that the longer you live as a believer, the more you're going to see how Allah tala answers your draws in in very amazing ways, you know, ways that you know, it's like, you realize it's power heavy and to your diet at that same time, you wouldn't have been the right time. But then when you look back now you in retrospect, you

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can see the wisdom of why it was given to you, given to you at a time, which was different than what you had hoped. Okay.

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Look, for myself, you know, I know myself personally.

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There's been a lot of different times where I feel quite emotional about those particular dogs having been answered for me. It's some of them are very personal. It's not always easy to share. But like, just one quick case was

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when I came back from Saudi Arabia with my husband, we actually had nowhere to live. We were literally homeless, and I had twins. I had a young son and we literally had nowhere to leave, and we couldn't find any

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housing, my husband had no job because it just came back and supine, and I can't explain how narrow life, you know, hello world felt so narrow, you know me because you haven't got a job, you can't get a house. It's like a vicious circle. And then, you know, I really want to just live in the area where all Muslims were, you know, I just need to be that area for my email. And I want to be, you know, in that, that area. And, of course, we had opportunities to go live very, very far away from the community. And I like I was running the pub too. So I really didn't want to be, you know, in areas where I didn't feel supported and all that you know, how to cut long story short, I've been

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going up the, I don't know if you know, one g rodak. It's a windy road here in Sydney that's like, the same road as the Kimber mosque, you know, and I remember going up that road one day, just in absolute sort of desperation, and just really make you want to say you're Allah, you know, you know how much I want to like, practice my Deen and I want to have the right environment. So you know, y'all help me leave around here, you know, I mean, I just don't want to live far away. And then suppiler, not long after that, I was actually actually staying at other people's houses, and we had no lease. And then

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the neighbor who lives across the road from the house are leaving, now. He bring up my husband told him like this. And then he's just bought a house. And you know, he's fixing it up. And I think he'll do private rental. And then the Panama we ended up coming to live in this house and I'll hand it off, Mel protect us, we've actually been living here now for

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about 25 years, my show a lot to break the law. So you know, the panel Have a look. The only reason I think it was impact, like especially impactful when you're really in need and you make diet is different than when you're not really in need, you know, I'm trying to say so. But I'm just the blessing as well as the house. It's just the whole blessing that there's so many blessings that came out of this house. It's not the best house.

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Beautiful, beautiful house or anything. But, you know, I feel like there's such Baraka in this house. You know, what I mean? Like, how do they love?

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There's a lot of other stories I could tell, but I want to distract you with my stories and just try to focus on the actual topic.

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But look, there's no doubt that there is that sweetness that you do get.

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After you know, when you do you receive something that you really make drop for, especially when you make a lot of duar for many, many years, or you were very desperate and then the and then they you know the answer to your drop comes, okay. But what I want to also look at tonight is because this is something a lot of people don't realize that the impact that the diet has on your spiritual and even mental well being is actually often you know, even far greater than being given the outcome that you're making it for.

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Right so you think what you what you're making joyful is better for you but you don't realize the actual act of making data and what you get from a local tada through making that active data can be far greater like the the the impacts upon you and you know, your your spiritual well being your mental well being there's so many other, like, ways that you've been blessed through through making drops or loss of pantalla. Right.

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I was gonna go through a couple of ways. So the first one is that

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the panel when when one of the most powerful effects from Dwight is is the

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the inner peace that a long time is going to give you every time you sincerely make dua to him, right? So like no matter what you're going through,

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when you make diet and you talk to Allah Subhana Allah, you know, you know, you're pouring your your problems out to Allah subhanaw taala, you notice that you instantly you know, get that feeling in your heart that you're not alone. Okay, that that's something that Allah gives you through through making diet to him.

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And in fact, this is how draw is actually a powerful coping mechanism that people don't realize, you know, because when you make dr, you'll find that a lot of color places, you know, that feeling in your heart that you know, you don't need to bear this problem on your own, you don't have to deal with this hardship on your own right.

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Because when you're when you make drama, you know, you instantly get that feeling that Allah is with you. And that you know, he hears your voice. And he knows this, that your sadness, and he knows your worries, more than anybody else in this world could ever know or could ever understand. Okay, so that in itself, helps to bring you a great sense of Sakina and inner peace.

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Alright, so that's why even if you're not seeing the results of your diet yet, like the particular thing you're making art for, you need to realize this so much more than Allah is actually giving you through your diet to him than just being given the out.

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Come. Okay. And, you know, even just the knowledge that

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that you've asked a local to Ireland that, you know, a long time is taking care of all of your affairs. This is something itself that that brings a huge sense of relief to you as well. Right? Because drop helps you to actually also like unload your problems, right, there's another effect from it, you know,

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through to, we unload our emotions, our pain, you know, and, and

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that helps you to realize that you do not need to deal with all this of all of this on your own. If you think about the drop of yopu

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you know, that beautiful Gatlin says in a school bestie whose knee it Allah, you know, that verily I complain of, you know, my burden, and my and my sadness to Allah, and he's like, you can feel the release, you know, the release of those, that pain, those emotions, and so Paolo, what kind of relief comes after that, you know, from Allah Subhana Allah. So if you think about a duacs sisters, you know, you know, if you're worried about the future, then what does that do? It gives you that feeling of Kabila like of having competence in Allahu taala that, you know, Allah is going to take care of my face. Right? And if you're suffering from sadness, and pain over what happened in the

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past, then a drama helps you to empty your heart from all of that and let it go.

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Right? And if you've been oppressed,

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okay, how do I help you do I helps you because it brings you

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instant comfort, and helps you to release all those negative feelings that's trapped inside your heart because of being oppressed. Right? So span a lot like this. As I said, there's so many more benefits to it that we don't realize that just actually getting this outcome, we're always you know, we overlooked we overlooking all of these other benefits, right? That's what I'm trying to say.

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From also from the great benefits of a dryer is that each time you make Dyer, you're actually reigniting your connection with the loss of power dialer. And, and so what that does is basically when you make Dwyer you're basically you could say, watering the seeds of him then in your heart right now, what I'm talking about CTV men. Okay, so in the heart, we have all different types of like, when, as a believer, you have was like, you could, you could, like, it's actually they're actually, um, actions of the heart. Right? So, acts of worship include actions of the heart, okay, so from the actions of the heart, I like to work cool, you know, depending on a law, heavy fluff,

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you know, sincere, being sincere for the sake of Allah. Having a pain, having certainty in a law, that's all an action of the hot, you're hot has to actually do something like it has to move

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into that, right. So you can see that there are like seeds also in the heart, right, those different types of

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actions of the heart. They're like seeds of the man as well. Because once you've got those in your heart, like if you have your philosophy in your heart and you have tawakkol in your heart, if you have your pain in your heart, that all you know when you nurture it, it comes out and it's something that you know exemplifies through your Amen. Okay, your Eman is exemplified, you know?

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What, how can I say those seeds off from what your events brings out from? Okay, so this way, for example, we look at backward, backward is another one of those seeds, right? in Ramadan, we nourish the seat of taqwa in our hearts, and that's supposed to say starts in the heart. And then that affects the rest of our body like our and our character and everything. Okay, our outward actions. That's what I'm trying to say. So

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so for example, when you do when you if you know, regarding tawakkol, regarding a tawakkul, right, when you make dua, you're showing your tawakkul upon Allah subhanaw taala like you're showing your dependence upon Allah tala, in your face, and I try to explain to people that are working is like a muscle, like, you can read books about tawakkol like people always ask me, How do you have to walk, you know, so you can read about it. It is about having trust in a law, it's about taking the steps towards your goal, and then putting your trust in a law to achieve your outcomes. It is that but it's that act of actually just putting your heart you know, making your heart trusting Allah that

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Allah is going to bring me the outcome, you know, he's going to take care of my fears. That is like, that's like, you know, you have to practice that. And it's sort of like a muscle that you have to practice to make it stronger. Right? So it's not something that just comes you have to literally

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practice in between situations

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to practice that and one of the best ways of practicing it is making draft or last pantalla

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because you're turning to Allah you're having that hope in Allah that he's going to help you in your situation is going to bring about you know, the desired result that you're you're making joyful. Alright, and this is why if you look at the life of the prophet SAW love wanting to see them, you see that there wasn't one occasion in which there wasn't some type of drama that he would make for that particular situation you think about every single thing he was doing, you know, and that's what we've got draws for everything we do when we leave the house and we come in the house before we eat before you know after we eat

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everything name it, there's a drop for everything right and that is that whole process of remembering a lot a lot a lot of time like that is constantly you know moving the heart to you know dependent on loss of pantawid or viruses.

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Alright, so as I'm saying it's through to our that we nurture these seeds of Eman. Okay you are moving they see that you're nourishing these seeds and then from that your Eman becomes stronger through it. Okay. And in fact you know one of the greatest signs of how much your pain and to walk when we have you know loss of pantalla is how much we turn to Allah tala in our diet and humble ourselves in drop.

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Alright, if you look at more Sally's financial cost of almost Dallas, you know, he tells us that most nslm said, Rob be in Eva and Zelda Ilya min hiding, okay. This is your Allah. Verily, I am, you know, I am poor and in the greatest need of any good that you can send to me. Right? So if we, if we look at this dwad that he says to Allah, tada, he's showing first of all his poorness to Allah to Allah. And he's also showing Allah that Allah is Allah nee, Allah hold in, you know, Allah tala, in his hand is the movement of the heavens and the earth, right in the hands of a lot is that if a dominion of the heavens and the earth, right the kingdom of the heavens and the earth, and so Allah,

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Allah owns everything.

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So show your partners to Allah, and acknowledge that Allah, Allah ultizing, control all of your fears. And then every hire and every buck is from a loss of pantalla, right. And then when you do that in your dryer, then do the responsible happens to move salad slam, Allah, Allah tells us straightaway, the next aim for jack is to

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write that one of them came to him, one of the sons of Shrike came, and then the story goes on from there. And then we find out that you know, spent a lot more salads than ends up getting married to one of those, one of those daughters, and, you know, handler, he's given a job, and he's given a security because he had to leave where he was previously and he was in danger of his life and all those things, right. But he wasn't the greatest need, he was in a time of real destitution. And then he made that duart of absolute partners to Allah and then Allah brought him the Faraj, he brought him the release, you know, from that trial. So this is the example we get in the Quran over and over

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again, with the prophets and messengers, showing us the poorness to Allah and you know, that's why Allah, the prophet SAW along with us and tells us that a DA well I bet that duar is a bad like, it is the core of a bad you know, it is because of, like, when you make will that come saying to you, what's it doing to your heart when you do do, right? It's helping you strengthen all of these actions of the heart, you know, actions of a bad to have the heart.

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Okay, so, whether we're talking about having more fear of Allah, more maraca, you know, like being conscious of a lot watching us, you know, turning back to Allah Subhana Allah, having hope in Allah to Allah, all of these different

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actions that we better off the heart, okay.

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So that's another of the powerful benefits of making data, what it's doing feel Amen. Right then,

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thirdly, from the great benefit, you know, huge benefits of data.

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And this is, again, something that a lot of people are not aware of, is that the Panama through da level, tada helps you to be successful in achieving your goals. Right now, if you look at life coaches, a lot of them will tell you, you know, you know, write down your goals, if you want to achieve, you know, you want to achieve a certain goal, you should write it down. But let's be Let's be like this book. I'm not saying you shouldn't do that. I'm not saying you shouldn't do that. But if you look at the light, you know, the example

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The profits are long, what do you get the Sahaba. If we look at the scholars of the past, and we think about all of the, you know, all that they achieved,

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you'll see that they would in fact verbalize their goals through their drive. Okay?

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So, so part of the reason that, you know, draw is, is for the most powerful ways to, you know, attain any goal that you wish to achieve, is because, number one, first and foremost, you're asking Allah to honor the one who Nothing can be achieved without his help, and without him facilitating that for you. Right. So that's number one, obviously, right. But then secondly, there is another aspect of diet as well. And that is when you keep saying that, that when you're repeating that goal over and over again, every single day as part of your dryer, you're actually reinforcing your determination to stay focused with that goal, right. So that goal is always in front of your eyes,

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that you really want to achieve that goal. So Pamela, so this is why you know, actually turning your goals into, into, into a drama is actually very powerful.

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Okay, so what I'm gonna do now is I want to just move on, and quickly speak about some of the mistakes or misconceptions that people have when it comes to the topic of a drop, because we often

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we actually deprive ourselves from drop

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many times because we, we underestimate, just, you know,

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just how much scope that is actually, when when it comes to our diet, right? So, one of one of the misconceptions that a lot of people will have is, they might say to themselves, well, you know, Allahu taala already knows my situation. So why make dot team? Okay, of course, Allah knows everything. So if Allah already knows everything, why would I make drag to him? If he already knows right? So we have to realize is that we don't make dua to inform a lot of time about what we need. Okay? Because, of course, we're speaking to who was speaking to allow you the one who knows, you know, limitless knowledge right and hobby, the one who knows the most, you know, he's all aware of

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all things right. So the reason we're making draft or Dr. Tyler is out of out is out of our Robo dia to Allah right now servitude to Allah like you're showing your tauheed to Allah right? Making it to Allah singling out Allah alone in your dryer is practicing your Tell him to Allah to Allah and you know you're showing Allah huhtala your need and your weakness okay and and then besides that a lot of donabate the draw said that he made the jar and means to achieve anything we want to attain so it's just like, if you want money for example, there are certain s Bab there are certain means you know along on it made it from his sooner like the sooner of Allah

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Okay, is that

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to attain certain things in this dunya you have to take the means and then rely on a lot a lot of Tyler's but part of that means to achieve anything in this dunya is a draw not just take material means we should take spiritual means to spiritual means is making draw. Okay?

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So that's that's the first thing that's the first misconception don't don't ever think that what's the use you make a drawing or Allah who taught already knows no, you make do art because that's part of you acting upon your toe heat to Allah to Allah. Right? Alright, another mistake or misconception, people, you know, may say to themselves is you know, I've already asked them to analyze so many times you help or I've already asked him to so much, I've already asked him for so much, you know, how can I keep on asking for more back you being too greedy.

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So we have to realize, to what level a level tada loves us to him. And this is where it's very important for us to, to know Allah on a higher level, right? And to know, Allahu taala has beautiful names and stuff that you know, his estimate was different. He's beautiful names and attributes. Like we know that from his these names, is a khadeem, you know, the most generous and Joe words, you know, the one who loves, you know, to bestow His blessings and bestow His bounties. Right? He loves to be asked, like, Allahu taala lays to commit the shade. He's not like, his creations who, you know, when you keep asking them, they get sick of you. They get bored of you,

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they get sick of you, no matter how generous that person might have been. But eventually there's an end where it's unlawful to Anna, you know, panela He's the one who he never, you know, he never gets

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tired or, or, you know, he never gets bored of people asking from him. In fact, he wants people to keep on turning back to him and asking him, okay.

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And in fact, a long time tells us that even becomes displeased with those who don't make dark to him. Why? Because when someone doesn't make dots or law, they're not showing that their hump, you know, they're not showing their humbleness and they're not showing their need for a lot of something Allah loves a lot among us to show our need for you know, to him, so proud of what the honor you know, if you look at the diet in Australia, I am the bond among goddesses will all Buddha Rooney as the Jeeva

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your Lord said to me, and as the Jeeva platform, if you make draw to me, I will answer you in a lady they are stuck be rude on a Bagga t Sega, the whole Luna Johanna muda, hitting that those were too proud and too arrogant to make dua to me, and to crowd to you know, to do actively better towards me, that this is those who will be entering the fire metal protect us that's the difference between the believer and the disbeliever. The believer has the humbleness to turn to Allah and acknowledge their needs, and acknowledge their corners before Allah to Allah. Right.

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The other misconception that people can have is, you know, that they feel that you know, what I want to ask is, it's too much, you know, or it's sports too small. Some people that think it's too small How can I ask that from a law right, but we have you know, some narrations for example from Asia but your loved one heard other of the others of Sahaba for example, Aisha she said no ask your Lord even if it was to fix your shoelace if it broke and new devil have to work cool. Again you know duar is exemplifying your tawakkol the molecules are realized that so you might think that that's just my shoelace but you know that's the level of tawakkul that the Sahaba used to have that even a small

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thing goes wrong they make draw you know but look at us span a lot this is this is where we're lacking sister this this is shows you that the lackey now he man actually the lack in Alto, he's the lackey now tawakkol because we don't turn to Allah tala enough. Okay. And then on the other hand, nothing is obviously too big for Allah nothing's too big for Allah Subhana Allah Alright.

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So this is why I logged on it tells us you know the virtue of drop in to the corner,

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where it tells us what either Celica either Diani, but you need a body. If my servant asks me, oh, he asks about me, then tell him for in the body, the iron near Mooji who doubted day he that?

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I answered the call of the one who makes draws to me when he when he calls upon me fairly Yes, big bully, well, you mean ob La La home young children. So let let them ask for me and to believe in me that they may be rightly guided. So this is how we get right guidance by turning back to Allah to Allah, making drama and asking from him resorting to him right and believing in him and then through that we get rightly guided.

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So a lot of data shows us is that he responds to our Duan

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Wu Ji Buddha today either dad

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but what we have to realize is that Allah, Allah tala answers our da he responds to our Guan but what we need to realize it the way he answers it will be according to his wisdom and hikma and his Rama, also for us, right? And he, we come to another misconception that a lot of people fall into where, you know, they'll say, you know, I made up over and over again, but you know, Allah is not answering my job.

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Okay, so the prophet SAW Mom, what SLM he told us that when we make diet,

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there's different scenarios that can happen, right? Either a local diner may give you that thing straight away, or, you know, he might delay it for some time, to a time that you're best for us. Or he might remove a harm from you due to that drop, because he knows that giving you that thing is not the best thing for you. So instead, he removed some other harm from you, right? Or another thing he may do is he may say that for you, to give you what is far better than in the NFL. Because you know, many times we think something's good for us but a lot of times it's not good for us. Like a lot of dynasties in the Quran, wasa and tech Rahul Shay and what were higher level right, then you may

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dislike something and Allah knows it's better for you was that and to him boo Shea and what was sharp will love him and perhaps you love

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Something and Allahu Allah knows that is something evil for you one love We are level one ends on lead dalaman Allahu taala knows and you don't know, okay this we have to surrender the knowledge to Allah to Allah we have to surrender and know that Allah tala is more merciful to us even then our own mother so if he did not give us something it means Allah knows it was better for us even though it can be difficult for us to accept that sometimes right

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but inshallah what you get in written in recompense in the out era when you get it. So Panama, you'll be looking back and thinking to yourself, Hola, hola, Puerto Rico, how small minded I was, how, you know,

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you've been Yeah, standard it yourself, you know, how mankind is just so deficient in understanding, you know, making sure that when you see that thing of giving in john numbi, they learn to honor through your patients, right.

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All right, so I'm just going to quickly talk about the manners of da.

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Okay, so, because this is what helps you to get your diet answered. Okay, so, if you look at what you ma'am, you will find him even though Bainimarama law mentions about a Dwyer you know, the effective da. So basically, he compared drop to a weapon. And he basically said that the DA will only be as effective as the person using it. Right? So what does that mean? It means that the door is always shot, like, just like a weapon is always sharp, like you've got a sharp sword, for example, right? But if the one wielding it has any impediments, then that's going to affect or it's gonna have an impact on its effectiveness. Okay, so what makes the draft strong?

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First of all, your own internal attitude, okay, your state of heart.

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Your presence of heart when making drop, you know, you like we were talking about before, you know, you need to basically, you know, pour your heart out to a level to either in your job. And you need to have personal vision in your heart that allows you to respond to Okay, so you can't be making drama and sitting like I wasn't going to answer me, like having those doubts in your heart All is not going to add to me. You don't have to say you have to get rid of that. Okay, you have to be sure you have to have a personal bond have hope in your heart, that shoulder is going to answer me okay.

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Sometimes, the reason?

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You know, the reason we might hesitate to make, okay, is because we might think we're not good enough for a lot to answer. Some people that they have that was What's up, like they have that whispering in their mind that, you know, a lot of I think I was not going to answer my job because I'm not I'm not good enough for a lot to answer my job. So my advice here is, you know, stop looking at the deficiency of yourself, okay, we've all got deficiencies, but rather focus on the greatness and generosity and the Marvel law, right? If you're thinking or law cannot answer your door.

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Because you're not good enough, when you've got too many sins, you have to, you know, of course, by all means, make tober for your sins, right, by all means, acknowledge your worthlessness and your you know, your faults and all that to Allah, by all means, do that. It's something good, right? However, you need to focus on the greatness and generosity and rackmountable loving to either, you know, and not focus too much on yourself thinking that, you know, a lot can't answer my job because of my deficiency, okay?

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The Prophet still loved us and told us that from the character characteristics of Eliza gel, he says that in our back home, her young carry on that, you know, your Lord is so Panama, shy and so generous, right? That he is more shy, or he is so shy that for his servants for his believing servant to raise his hands to him, and he returns those hands empty in a bed because how much Allah loves to give how much Allah to Allah loves his servant to raise his hands to him. And so anyone who had belief in their heart and raise their hands to Allah, Allah would not return their hands back empty. Okay, he's giving you something already went through the different scenarios that he will

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respond to you, you have to know that he will respond, but how he responds, is going to depend on his wisdom, his Rama for you, which is more than your own self.

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Then the second thing I want to talk about with regards to manners of making up to cheer you don't really increase the chance of having your diet except is. Start by praising Allah by calling upon a long Tyler by his beautiful names.

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Okay, and he's different life example saying, you know, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah hey you're young or you're,

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you know, either living or all sustaining your elbow for jamahiriya Cooper motala by his beautiful names and then sending a full hour Salaam upon the Prophet for a long while it was sent them.

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And then just simply being sincere from your heart. Just saying it sincerely from your heart, even in your own language is not a problem because actually, sometimes in your own language are more sincere. It's going to come in the words that you just want to say from your heart, okay? But by all means, you can also mix in some to us from the Quran and Sunnah if you know them.

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And then another powerful thing to do in your diet is to as I mentioned before, is to acknowledge your weakness. You know, acknowledge your sins, acknowledge your unworthiness. If you're feeling unworthy, acknowledge that unworthiness to Allah because that's something that she brings you high in Allah's estimation, okay, when someone acknowledges their sins acknowledges their you know, their weakness. What do you think? What Eunice la slum out of his trial? Okay, when Eunice la cilan was he found himself in the darkness of the whale, you know, in the darkness of the ocean, the darkness of the night? Okay, three darknesses what brought him out of his trial, when he said and when he said

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La Ilaha Illa and sapan occur in equal to middle volley mean. So he declared in Tokyo to Allah that you know how he lands, then glorifying Allah Subhana qcca in the consuming of volley means he's acknowledging his, you know, his wrongdoing, he's acknowledging his wrongdoing, he's acknowledging his broken state to Allah to Allah. And he's oppression of himself. Okay. So this is what this is what caused a long time, that's the MCs drive.

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And this is actually,

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this is actually what causes a lot to enter your job, not just not just the drive units, we learn how to make data through the way that the prophets and messengers used to make data. So when you go through the Koran, have a look at the way they used to make diet, this is how you need to also make your job the same way. Right, you structure your job in a similar way. Okay, so basically, what really causes a drop to be accepted is like oil and acid is like basically making the draw of a bigger,

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like, showing your * is to Allah to Allah. Right? What would imagine somebody in a destitute state? How are they asking? asking for something, right? That's how you've got to be right. And then the last thing is, you know, repeating and insisting so like, you don't have to just set once you know, you can repeat it over and over again.

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But also the important part here is to ask with confidence, knowing that a long can give you that right. Don't don't sort of say words like if you can your Omar or you know, if you please your mom, you know, you've never said that that's not asking with confidence, you have to have that confidence that Allah who to Allah, you know, in Allah, Allah Cooley shaking for a long time that is Able to do all things. So he's able to give you whatever you're asking for. Okay? Nothing is too great for Allah. Like we said before, nothing's too small for a lot, right?

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Obviously, what you're making diet for as well, should not be involved in a scene. Okay, so you want a lot to answer your drop, you don't make drop about something that's going to be considered a thing or, you know, cutting ties with someone or making dryer gets someone who doesn't deserve it. Okay. And then obviously, our thing is, you have to obviously be careful about your food, about your income, you know, you want to make your make your life as helpful as possible, right? If you've got how long in your life, this can affect your

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being accepted. So we have to look at that we have to look at our life, are we living a healthier life? Are we trying to stay away from the harm because that those things can impact having, you know, having our diet accepted? But um, so I'm going to finish up in short right now, but just to wrap it up by saying that, you know, the secret to obtaining the accepted Dwyer is basically to completely empty your heart for a lie alone. Okay. And like I said, think about how would an oppressed person or person in a great misfortune, how would they be emptying their heart out when they you know what I mean? Like you're an absolute need an absolute need. You don't care about

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or anything else, because you realize the only way out is through a law, which if you can get to that level, then your draft would be accepted. And actually from the seller, if they said that if a person truly realized how much they were in need for a law, then the way that would make in the safety of their home would not be different from the way that someone calls upon a law while they're floating on a log in the middle of a sea. Right? Think about that person in the middle of the ocean on a log? how desperate are they? How is their drought going to be the quality of draw, right? If we really realized how much we're made for LA, we would be able to get to that level of making duac for

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loss of capital but that's you see what I mean? We've got this deficiency with ourselves and that's what's impeding

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often having our you know, dry accepting the way that like, you know, that we want inshallah, so let's just some points

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be the light to Allah, we ask Allahu taala to help us you know, to act upon this and to implement it and we ask a lot of time to increase you know, out to walk all in him and practicing at tawakkol and practicing alto heed, inshallah through through making more Dwight to him and remembering the law in old times in places in sha Allah as much as possible and we ask a long silence to protect us from having a heart that does not see him and and from having eyes that do not shed tears out of love for him. And you know from having outdoor not accepted by Him be the left Charla. So if anyone's got any questions in shallow, try to answer your questions and

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I'll just turn on the comments quickly because they were off. If you have any questions, I'm just looking off to the sisters who were listening and who joined as well. I've turned the comments back on. So if you have any questions, feel free to comment them. And there's also a question box down below. It's got a little question mark and a bubble. So click on that and you should be able to ask them

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is the slide going to be saved? Yes, inshallah it will be saved.

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I've got a couple of questions here in Sharla. So the first one,

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how, how do we find motivation and focus when it comes to our follow up, for example,

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not doing your prayers.

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You have to try to get yourself in a good habit, you have to establish good habits for yourself. It depends on what you mean by delaying your prayers. If you're talking about just trying to pray them. Within the first half an hour or an hour, you can have the leeway in praying your prayer, like within the first half an hour. But if you're talking about you're always delay your prayer to the very end of time and by the end of the prayer time, then you that's something you need to fix because the vast majority people who have a habit of praying their prayers, at the end of the time, are the ones who end up missing their press. Okay. So,

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and I've got actually a lecture about this, if like, I do have actually a YouTube channel. So some of you, I'm not sure if you're aware, but I have a YouTube channel. So if you look under on Geobella Dean, and I do have one of my earlier lectures, which I gave a few years ago.

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It's basically called something like organize your Should I suppose to read organize your life around your press? Okay. So if you have a listen to that, it should give you some pretty good pointers about, like, let me just say this, whoever doesn't have their life organized around their prayers will find that their life is very disorganized. Okay, so what helps you to get your life in balance and sort of set you straight in your Eman in your focus in your deen is getting your prayers in order? Okay, so you've got to think about like that. If you want to be stable in your deen, if you want to be stable in your Eman, it starts with the press. Do you need to be praying your budget

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pray on time? will hope pray on time. You know, you make that as your main priority to fix. Okay, that's we're talking about your font here. We're talking about the first thing they'll be asked about on your piano your prayers, right? So that's why you want to establish that and then it's like a foundation for your house. Okay, you want to build a house, you know, strong foundation. So think about your prayers like that. When you realize the significance of the prayer and how important it is for you to sit your deen straight. That's what's gonna help you motivate to fix your prey.

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Right. So that's, it's all about realizing the importance of having the parent order and then that way once you've

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Motivation when you realize the importance of it, that's what's going to help you to be able to do that and show more. And so the second juggle for that response. The second question is What advice do you have in regards to putting our complete trust in Allah spawn? Tada.

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So, no, we are not fatalists where we just put our trust and we don't do anything about it. Okay, that's not what the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu teaches us like, the Messenger of Allah was saved and put to work. Ilene? Okay. In other words, he was the master available to work he no one had more tawakkol than the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam when he went for the Battle of better, okay, he wore armor, he prepared an army he, you know, when he did, he drove from Mecca to Medina, right. He took every type of precaution to make sure he'll be successful in his mission, but at the same time he made for long to Allah as well. Right? So you've got to when you want to do something,

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you do need to plan it out well, right, you need to think about every try to cover all your bases in every way. Okay, but at the same time, you make dua, to Allah to Allah. And, you know, you've got to have that belief in your heart that, you know, all you can do as a human being, is take all the material steps to achieve your aims. But ultimately, everything is in the hands of Allah. Right? And

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if Allah doesn't want something for us, it won't happen. That's what it is. If I did not write something for us, it won't happen. But we don't know what was written. So we don't we don't feel wouldn't be pessimistic, but we work for our goals. We have hope that that's, you know, that's what that's that can show that's going to work out. We don't work thinking or that maybe it's not written anyway. So let's use No, we don't think like that. We, as Muslims, we always got, you know, positive outlook, always personal bonding online, you know, this thinking of Allahu Allah. And we know that when we work towards our goals, and we have the right intention for long Tada, that, you know,

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Allahu taala never wastes the reward of a bar scene. Right now things that always follow. So even if you didn't achieve your aim, Allahu Allah give you the reward as if you did it exactly the same.

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Circle. The third and final question is, what advice would you give to women who want to seek asylum acknowledge? So based off of your accomplishments, along with adequate that we discussed earlier in the live and your experience? What would your advice be to Young Australian women? Or just you know, women in general who want to seek asylum acknowledge, and what avenues should they take? Or essentially, where should they begin?

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Okay, so look, it depends on what you want, from your knowledge. Okay, so if somebody just wants knowledge for themselves or their family, then you can only find some normal classes around you can find some online classes or, you know, courses that you can join, and you can just, you know, I think everybody should have some sort of program of knowledge, like there should be a hand up or you attend once a week, and that's like your input, okay? You've got to have some input every single at least week. Okay. But then, if you're talking about deeper knowledge, it depends on what like I said, depends on what you want. And if you want to go to the deep knowledge, then the only way to do

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it, there is no other way. There's no shortcuts.

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On always tell everybody start with a Koran.

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And obviously, the key to ischemic Sciences is Arabic. Alright, so you can't escape learning Arabic. And so it's going to take a long time, it's going to take, you know, you have to be realistic, but you know, inshallah, Allah, Allah will give you tofield in the later Allah, you know, but yes, that there's, I mean, look at as I said, it depends on what you want, and who's asking the question. And, you know,

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it's a detailed question. I can't just stop that's like, from both sides just in a nutshell inshallah.

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So, the wrap up so the third question is start with and learning Arabic and also ensure that you have your own kind of Calabar to study circles locally. Yeah, like if you want to go deep, I mean, obviously, everyone should have a Koran program to definitely okay.

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So yeah, there should be a Quran program for you. Like we should all be in a journey with Quran and we should all have some sort of halaqaat which is, you know, because we need to revive very men constantly. And we need to bring it back to our family as well. We need to seek knowledge like so like in the past, you could be complacent about your knowledge, like

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Subhanallah we're living in a very difficult time, a lot of feet now. And you need to arm yourself with knowledge, a case like defense system, you know, and even for your family, your kids come back home, they want to ask questions, and then you don't know anything.

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So you're not you know they end up going asking other people so

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really the best defense against all this fit in is arming yourself as much as we can with knowledge that are paid our

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you know strengthen yourself as much as you can

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but like if you want to go obviously if you want to go deeper then yeah there's there's no easy way like it's it's gonna take ease Sharla The man was right on to make it easy for all of us and keep us good alumni mean alumni our mail opened up his ways for us inshallah all and you know, in my turn our paths be Mineta and just one final question, actually a question just came through, and this will be the final one. How can we be more accepting of others? Are there any area or drive for this?

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Yeah, that's a good question. Actually. I don't know if you know, but um, I actually just gave a talk.

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There's a summit going on right now. Have you seen that stickiness summit? Oh, yes. If anyone goes to my Instagram, since you're on Instagram here, so you can look at my Instagram page. So again on Jovana Dean, and on there I've got about the suckiness summit. And I've actually just given a whole talk on our product. So if you wanna check that out, it's actually up at the moment you can listen to it answered speaker in today's summit that was just posted the recordings there. So have a listen to that.

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You're asking about specific duar Yeah, there is

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just trying to arrange and I can always post it later. I'm just it's just off the top of my head right now.

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There is a little drop remember that the Messenger of Allah on Mars that I'm used to make about being pleased in general just asking a lot about a lot of data to be you know, to be pleased with whatever he preordained for you and Sharla

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um, that's basically what I could give for that question Sharma.

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