Better Me Ramadan 2019 #19 – Don’t rely solely on your emotions

Wael Ibrahim


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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Today, we wanted to talk a little bit about the emotions and the feelings that sometimes we experienced that may result us in doing the wrong plan a lot. The code states that you don't have to feel good. In order to do good. You don't have to feel nice. In order for you to wake up for fudger and pray. You don't have to feel calm. In order to pray your your five daily prayers, many people will come sometimes and ask these questions like you know, I didn't pray yesterday because I was angry at my uncle or angry at my father or angry at my wife or angry at my

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husband. So I didn't feel right. I didn't think that allowed except for me the prayer while I'm in that state of anger, this is no excuse you have to do the job whether you like it or not, whether you feel right or wrong. You know, the the scholars would call such a person Abdul hell, the slave, the worshiper of his condition, when he's feeling nice when if he feels good, he do the good thing and when he feels down, he's down and he do the wrong thing. So don't ever become a worshipper to your condition, be a worshiper to Allah subhanaw taala remember when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was given the command to read? He didn't know how to read, but it was his issue two sorted out how

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to figure out what Lost Planet Allah has commanded him. That was his own Java responsibility. So be responsible to fulfill the commands of Allah subhanaw taala whether you like it or not,