Channel: Wahaj Tarin
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So they say, in the olden days, there was a couple living in the desert.
And life in the desert is difficult enough by itself. But that year, there was a famine or drought.
And the couple were really struggling.
So, eventually the wife tells the husband says, Listen, why don't you go to the Capitol, to buckle down
and go to the court of the halifa.
And put your case there for him to take
pity on you and give you from his wealth, to ease and your situation.
And Holly for was known as a noble, benevolent, generous individual.
So the husband agreed, and decided he was going to take the long trip, to buckle down
to the Capitol, to go and put his case to the court of the halifa.
But an Arab culture and an Arab tradition and in Muslim tradition, do you normally take a gift with you when you go to someone's house?
So noble man, thought I can't go empty handed, so looks around what's the most precious asset that he has that he could take
to the halifa.
So looking around, the most precious thing in the desert is water.
So he filled the water bag full of water from his local well
put that on the back of his mount, and decided to make the long trip to Buffalo that
now when he reached the land of the Capitol,
two rivers Cause you know,
arap Bhagavad is known as the place of the two rivers.
And he's brought a bag of water, in comparison to this, which belongs to the holly.
His gift all of a sudden seems so small and insignificant, and I can just imagine the insecurity,
smallness that he feels as he walks up
towards the palace.
And he's announced, and he comes into the court of the halifa and humbly presents his gift
which, compared to what already exists in the capital, and
owned by the halifa Did you know The two rivers Euphrates is there and
so small and insignificant,
but the halifa is generous, he has been evident,
is a Holly for
so he takes this little gift, insignificant, almost meaningless gift,
then gives it the honor
and respect and acceptance befitting the majesty of a holiday
and then responds and reciprocates by giving him and lavishing upon him gifts that would make him happy and not only make him happy ease and his difficulty back home and support his whole family.
This notion is caught on generosity, benevolence, nobility.
And Allah is Karim.
Allah is Karim.
So Allah Allah as takes the little that we give
an expands it multiplies it
and has an acceptance and acknowledgement
in novela, hella yo for me more myth Allah.
Allah Allah, Allah is doesn't wrong a person in their minutus we're in taco hasn't it and your blog where you see me lead on who ajira now via email. But if you come with a good day
he multiplies it.
increases it in a manner befitting His Majesty
and gives abundant reward and return
because he is carried