Divine Tarbiyah

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Welcome everybody who is joining us, no matter what corner of the globe that you're having in front of no matter what corner of the internet, it's a pleasure to be with you guys now going into our second set of 10, our middle 10 days of Ramadan. It's an honor to have those who have been consistent who were keeping up as much as possible with us live and I know sometimes life just gets in the way so for those who are keeping up in the recordings, which is mashallah a significant number of you guys decide to live there for being with us once again. In sha Allah we're going to be joined by Sheikh Khalid with uni who is the president of among Arab Institute's Masha Allah Cody

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there's also our kind of best kept secret or one of our favorite kind of parts of the immigrant student experience because I've not yet met anybody with that level of knowledge who's this exclude this accessible to that Oma? And who's gives this much of their personal time to make sure that we get our questions answered that we get you know, thorough kind of understanding of a lot of the essential topics that concern us he teaches classes like complicated the A to Z a modern woman's fic at just pick up the iron vicar and I would lose count if I tried to recite them all a raise of faith, all of the kind of the some of the core heavy classes that a mother has Chiclet Yves is the

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one that we trust and we rely on because he does so many months and years of research. And he puts so much effort into every class and seminar that he has with us. He's taught on faith essentials. He's the most taught instructor that we have on the platform. He has he's got classes on a lot of online and he's mashallah toured with us on site. I think right now he's teaching nostalgia, which is the kind of moments of happiness of the process remember the moments that brought the person to smile and to cry? And then we have what is it lesson translation inshallah which is coming very, very soon inshallah to some cities near you in the summer so look out for his classes in person in

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sha Allah as well. Welcome brother virus and all of our loyals who are constantly joining us. Yes, the first one it was amazing. We've had two fights one is actually every single week. Shefali joins us on Tuesday at 3:30pm PST to answer all of your fake questions on the month of Ramadan and we've been taking him through we've been running him through his paces and he has not hesitated to one smash automatic Allah so I'm really looking forward to him being with us today and spending some time on his topic today which is divine therapy at our topic was our verses are going to be Saragosa verses one to 10 You guys want to have that open or once I stopped speaking I'll drop that into the

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chat as well Inshallah, reminder to those who are watching us publicly. Of course. That's what do you call it, we did just start our grand challenge with Imam Wissam Sharif, who you guys met a few days ago at Ramadan 360. It's such a pleasure. It's such a like a roller coaster learning from him on with Sam in the best way. And he's mashallah one of the most renowned Quranic and strict teaching instructors at worldwide. So if you guys want to take the like learning of the speaking of the Quran and recitation that you're on to the next level, I highly recommend that you guys give your Sunday citation that boost and join the Quran challenge is totally free. It's 10 days every citation,

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perfecting your little elements of the week that you might be weak on and being in an environment of supportive students who are doing the same and who are in the same journey as you. So once again, that's on revolution.com forward slash challenge. Make sure you check that out and join us live. You can also catch up in the recordings if you can't. We also have a telegram group and a community around that. And hamdulillah Welcome back, Anna from Manila. It's lovely to see you move Rahim from London, UK. When it comes down what happens to all of you a shout out again, as always, to our amazing friends and our charity sponsors who are doing some really unique things I hope to share and

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and it's others mean says it best in terms of what a McGrath has been able to capture or what to do what we've been doing in that time is a mugger that looks at the issues that affect people in our Ummah that affect the everyday Muslim, and we find a very practical way to give them solutions, their Islamic education. And that's the kind of the goal of Ramadan 360 is is to build a community around it. But if you've had any experiences or classes that tended with a mugger that that's always kind of our focus is to take a topic that people have a lot of questions and concerns and confusion about and to try to make it easy to understand and give you guys confidence and understanding on

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those areas. So when it comes to them to those of you who are joining us a little bit later, we're just about to get started in sha Allah for our 11th day of Ramadan. 360 and sha Allah with Shalini this uni and just bear with us we're just live at home vanilla everywhere and

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industry is going to be joining us very shortly as we begin our session in sha Allah. Alrighty Bismillah perfect. He's just coming into the session right now. We'll have the schedule as normal in sha Allah with our 30 to 40 minute and sha Allah talk and q&a if we have time for it. And then we will be jumping into our crime reflect session at the end of today. And of course we're going to be joined again with Dr. Muhammad Hakeem and I can't wait. yesterday's session was so juicy. It's I can't wait to see to hear the reflections from you guys. And from him and I see.

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Wiley coma Salam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh Shefali. How are you doing today?

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Can you hear us? This Mina?

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Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah awesomesauce the chef we've already put you through your paces. For our fatwa nights. You're not You're not a stranger to the Ramadan 360 crowd, but it's an honor to have you back with us to do a formal official session for us for Ramadan. 360. Does Abdullah care how are you doing today? I'm doing okay. Hamdulillah I lost Monica and except for Tomas and make it easy for all of us about yourself. I mean, at hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah. Honestly, it's a little rough shift. I just visited somebody like a family friend who was an old person's home was like going to retirement home. And obviously it's our decision that that is linked to us. Or that we can do

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anything about what we try to visit them as soon as as much as we can. And she was just Subhanallah like, you know, very emotional about the fact that she couldn't fast and that she can enjoy the blessings of Ramadan. But it was experiences like this and communities like this that still allow people like her to feel connected to the Ummah and feel like she still has a way to be in a community even though physically she can't go to the masjid that she can't go into any physical gathering So Alhamdulillah that we have something like this that's available. But yeah, bittersweet right now, to be honest, and just let her know that she 100% Enjoying the blessings of Ramadan, even

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if he doesn't fast because it'd be so alive, so absurd. When the Muslim has sickness or traveling prevents him or her from doing what they used to do when they were healthy, and President, they still take the same item. So she'll take the whole idea of fasting, even if he's not fasting. And that's just for sure. It's just not in China alone. Just this is something already almost one I gotta have declared. And

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as long as their intention was there also same thing with the Salah, and the Quran, so and that's why the movement Yanni Baraka, the movement, the older he gets the still the more reward he gets hamdulillah malas fine. That's why the person who grow old upon righteousness and good deeds, these things continue with you as you grow older and you can do much anymore. But if in your early life, you're not used to do good deeds and stuff like that, and you grow old, and you know what, you don't get that account keep going, unfortunately, so that's something to reflect upon. Since today, our meeting is about reflections. Beautiful, yes, insha Allah All right shift is excellent there for

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that beautiful reminder, I'm going to pass that along to her and I can't wait for us to get a chance to now connect and to benefit each other from you for the next bit. So I'm going to pass it over to you this the now let's start off on a day 11 of Ramadan 360

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Excellent Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah it was like the woman why now but

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today, or tonight, wherever you are, as we are passing 1/3 from Yvonne, I ask Allah subhana wa Tada to make all of you and all of us and those who are listening to me now among those who have benefited and accepted in the first third of Ramadan, and I asked him to allow us to even maximize our benefit from the 2/3 that lifts up from above.

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And to bring our hearts together and to forgive our sins and to give us strength, our strength to stay strong until the last day of Ramadan.

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Just brothers and sister stay strong aid is coming in sha Allah.

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And I would like also to say

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my talk to you today is about

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I saw that is so unique,

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which is sort of bizarre, so that others and it is very known in the books of Tafseer on the books of Hadith. I saw that other Celica well Allah,

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agressor, whatever.

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And this surah like many other soldiers have multiple names and the names are

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The Surah some of them comes from the prophets of Allah Salam. Some of the names comes from the sahaba. Some of the names comes from the successor Batavia in some scholars even put names for them later on. Not necessarily every surah in Ibiza Salam have giving it specific name. But the names that we have in the books of Hadith and narrations are the thing that I mentioned. And usually the surah is named either after the main topic, or award, and it that is very unique, or a story that is very unique in it. So for example, among the names that the Soto is giving, still, in the mimic tomb, the surah have had been only macdon Because the story of the this

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surah, the beginning of the Surah, the first 16 verses are related to this man who we get to know who he is, and what's the story. So they looked at the reason behind the revelation of the beginning of the surah

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another name was giving Surah till Anna,

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the surah is of a blind person, again, because he was blind. Also, some call it Surah to Saha,

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or Surah to Sephora, because this word was used in this surah and they are very unique, you don't find them in another. So

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I agreed that Surah

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armacell is a mucky, Surah which it means was revealed before migrating to Medina, and listen to this because it's important is going to we're going to need this point, as we talk a lot later.

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Actually, sort of the opposite what is among the early, maybe 10 sources revealed in the Quran.

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It's the one among the very, very early sources revealed,

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you know, because

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I'm delighted Nomi Maktoum among the earliest people who enter into Islam and a very, very early time, among the top like the the first Patchell interisland so we know for sure that the saw came in, in an early stage. So among the earliest sources in the Quran, and I want you to keep that in mind.

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This surah is 40 verses, and you might be interesting to some of you to know that the numbers of verses can be different actually, from one scholars to another, so you will find some books of poor some Messiah have, you will find 41 Some Messiah have said 42 Okay, in some of the books of

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Tafseer they will tell you the number and here is some of that people who attack Islam and Quran will tell you see.

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So you guys don't have the Quran reserve, some set? 42 So 41 No, it is the same exact amount is the same verses, but in irlam a mighty different way of counting them.

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And the reason for this because sometimes how do we know that diversity and individual Solomon used to read Alhamdulillah you know, believe me, it is Iowan our raw manual Rahi I had to it didn't do that.

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How do people know what is the verse that does by the pause? And maybe since I'm used to pause by ever in the end of every verse, but sometimes the verse can be long, or sometimes in the midst of sudden pause because the verse is long and you want to take a breath, or he pauses because you want to emphasis on certain meaning. So that pause on the Sahaba hear it. Some of them they will understand it just for taking a breath or for just an emphasis on something and some said no, that's a new beginning of reverse.

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So here where the count will be different. Okay, and these things are not from us. It is from the narrations and the way that people have narrated our reports that I add to us okay, that's why you will be fine for example and shows you that this is not up to logic or anything like that it's completely based on how the process of reciting so for examples of the va para la Swatara and if

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the delicate kita you will find that the count and if Nan and sort of the reverse number one.

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Okay? But

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when you go for example on the right, if meme rock did not count adverse number one

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They counted part of the verse, the continuation of it.

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And if lamb rock and Uranus did not count as one verse, like the same way for example, we send something off and if lamb miam saw one verse,

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Hi Mia Nyan seen off. This is one verse two verse.

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Baja one verse yes scene one verse, but the nimet boss scene

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was not verse number one,

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they did not count as a separate verse. So this shows you that basically it does something based on how the hurt where we get this there is the people that is different schools and counting the verses of the Quran, you are the people of Medina. They have system books like NAVFAC for example of interview, you know, the people of Makkah the how the counting of the verses and bizarre, bizarre world the Quran

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cool for Hamza yet and Kasai devil

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he had a book mentioned that number of diverse in every soul that people have Bosler like awesome and did he and

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others wrote about this even the people have a sham they have a school as well.

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Any then they have among them certain differences as well. So, you have the the counting of pasta, hence the mesh, Kufa Madani first Madani first second or last night any Mackey so that's that's the point. It's a whole entire science of Quran that might you've never heard of it. So don't just get anyone attack the Quran or tell you Okay, or some sects of usin that also believe that the Quran is not complete or there's, there's no, it's just a matter of do count, for example, Bismillah Kamara in part of the Surah or outside resort or something like that, but nobody have a debate is this verse part of the Quran or not? We don't have that among

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like the name of the science add to the Quran the counting of the verses of the Quran. That's a sign by itself among the signs of Domo Quran. The science of Quran has different areas, one of it a whole entire department does basically add the signs of add to the Quran, the numbers of the verses of the Quran going back to the slow.

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in Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa salam

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was giving Dawa to people who are among the leaders of Quraysh it was said Abuja

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may even have urged even harder

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in the

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and some of the cabinet the olders, the richest, the leaders of Quraysh.

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And in the visa Salam was giving the Dow and he felt it was the narration said that we would engage with him.

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So that's give the person hope that they are what listening. And even he said, do you see in what I say to you anything wrong, then they're gonna lie or Muhammad, we don't see any longer than what you see. So here you see the denarius and get excited, and he getting something with them. And you know, these leaders if they,

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if they accept Islam, their followers, their tribes, their children, you know, the people who follow them.

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Well, come on and to be basically

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in Paris law. It's very powerful.

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I'm not sure what's the discussion is about but if you guys discussing the issue of lateral Khurana thought like that, just keep that on the side. You can ask questions and just focus on on the main things don't be distracted by sight point. Like

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going back to what I'm saying. So in the midst of some good that hope, while he's engaged in talking, he hear this very familiar voice. Yah, Mohammed.

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I want you to teach me for the model Allah subhanaw taala have taught you

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yah, Muhammad, Ya Muhammad when it never looked to that familiar voice that was actually in New Mexico.

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They've been on Mexico. They've been on macdon Somebody already Muslim for a while.

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And he is related to his wife Khadija. So he had access to the process. And then because only a few Muslim at that time, and they spend very much time with the process, and also is related to his wife. So he has even extra access to the processor. So maybe someone was holding because you know, these Quraysh people like here and there and he's talking to them. So near them Mohamed in the beginning, maybe he might thought, you know, who's that maybe somebody not a Muslim who want to be a Muslim. And now in the reason he was asked to leave those people to go to give dower to this Muslim, and to educate him more about Islam or to answer whatever question here. Maybe so Salam was not

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expecting that timing.

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Okay, and to be disturbed at this point, while he thinking making some progress for those people. So he kind of He frowned, and he turned his face back to the people of all age to start to give them now.

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That's it.

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And it's maybe a few seconds.

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But this few seconds, were documented and verses in the Quran. But like 16 verses that we still recite until today.

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So let's explore why this few seconds were worth to be documented. What lessons that we need to learn from this, no incident, which is any one of us, if we look at it, just like raw like this, will say the Prophet saw some, you know, he's like, excused he was disturbed. He was, you know, if you yourself could just hold a second you know, he kind of upside because like, you get disturbed if let's say you talk and someone important, or one of your son come and you kind of Yeah, hold on. Just because I have something important something outside.

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You know, you might just in a row picture like that, you find that? What's the big deal? Now you will know?

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First, let's see who's living only Mexico. Who is

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Abdullah, the son of the mother of the blind Maktoum, it means a blind person, the Earth called the blind person Maktoum sealed, because he can't see. And when you can see you cannot express yourself well to overcorrect press and talk and describe things good because you're blind.

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Abdullah is the name that we know for a second, maybe somebody who said

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his mother was known to the mother of the blind person, but her name actually is Attica.

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And why a person will be named after his mother?

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Like, what about his father?

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And why would he take the name of his

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mother, you will find the Arabs do that.

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I'm going to be a hint

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at this because his mother is Masoom Iya.

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And not many Masoom is a tribe that higher rank than his father tribe. So you want to boost about his his his lineage and where he came from. So that's sometimes that that's why it goes this way.

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this man who became Muslims in a very early time

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and he's very well known, Yanni. Just to know you to know that he was the second man to go to Medina after Masada of Norway.

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That's why when he came to Medina, and he admitted Baraka, the people of Medina said, What happened to your friends what happened? Almost on a macro, he said, Don't worry, they will come. They are coming behind me.

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And he spent all his life serving the prophets, Allah Allah Salam, he was one of them. They mean the one who give a then with Bill Allah, Allah Allah and waterbuck in Nabi SallAllahu, I knew it was salam.

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Whenever he goes out for a journey, he will ask him to be the Prince and the governor and the Emir of Medina. And he did that some said even 13 times which it shows you that the value of this person in Nabi SallAllahu Sallam when a man Maktoum used to come in the visa salon will take his the Shaolin his shoulder or their

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robe that he has on him and in the resembled put it on the ground. And he said, Come you the one who Allah remained there prevented me

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because if you

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come sit here next to me I have to honor you and Allah subhanaw taala honor you and he represented me because the way I treated you that day, never forget so Allah Islam what happened? That lessons that terravita

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stayed with the prophets of salaam as you say that humble down to earth from the prophets of Allah sunnah. Stay with him until into his life

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and he was seen in the Battle of Odyssey away later after the person died his blind holding the banners of the Muslims in the battlefield why will hold the banner is blind he doesn't know what's happening. It will keep going straight it will never turn away

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the alarm and it was said that he died in that battle

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let's just dive in.

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We'll do We'll show him in a show your power neurology the

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Bismil you're rockin Rahman R. Rahim

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are the Salat

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heed that Prophet crown

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and turn away

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I'm beset yeah and his face from what lectern to the other side.

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because they're come to him, the blind man

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look at how this beautiful why Allah subhanaw taala describing the scene

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first of all,

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the verse didn't start by

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you Prophet frowned and turned away no no he said he

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did he knows that others he from even though he's talking to Mohamed salah, but he did not say you from

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you turned away

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because of Allah subhanaw taala he wants to make this representation light.

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not aggressive, not strong.

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And this one thing when you want to prevent someone, maybe it's a good idea to stay soft start soft.

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Not to start very strong.

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Okay, also because it could be subtle, a sudden mistake here is not very severe. And if you said you frown, you're frowning. You might think that this is a habit of the Prophet. If he attached this to him directly as the processor, a frowny face person or personal always frowning.

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But then there is a some Hey, someone heat like far will not be directly linked to him.

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There's also another beautiful meaning behind us.

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Which is

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when you see he frowns

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it makes you like the process of him. Okay?

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Well, imagine that image of a person frowning at a blind person.

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Sometimes when you separate the incident from the person, it allowed the person to reflect better in the incident

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one time

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and I did that

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I recorded myself

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when I was talking to one of my kids

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when I was talking to my kid,

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I didn't feel

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that I'm being aggressive. I'm being that, you know, negative tone. I didn't notice that.

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But my wife always told me Hey, well, you need to improve the way you talk to the kids and stuff like that.

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You know, sometimes I forget. So what I did, I record myself actually.

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And then listened to myself.

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And I was so

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shocked by what I heard

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because I separated it from you know sometimes the heat mode, you might suspect, but when you see this outside it make you visualize it. See it.

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You might not hear how you talk to your husband,

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or how you talk to your wife

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But if I promise you this is recorded in the video and you see it and you separate yourself and he sits in front of you it looks so different

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is so beautiful how the Quran put it this way

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he so now you can think of a person from Tannoy

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I was angry because a blind person who didn't see Muhammad talking to them he doesn't know what you're doing you're Muhammad

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he's not aware of what's happening that is so clear that is his excuse because he is what a blind

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and also because he doesn't know

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he's a disabled

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old this to make that implementation even harder and the prophets asana

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on the blind men came to him

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why man you do it you can see who he is

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and before even I want to go there

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in Nabi SallAllahu Sallam

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he from

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turned away

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I have a question.

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Did the blind person saw that?

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No. Did the blind person's feeling hurt?

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Did he notice that? No.

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But Allah saw that.

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But Allah heard that

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but almost wanted to documented that

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because what is expected from us

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to treat people according to our standard

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to that high standard of adapt, of etiquettes of respect

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that's why when someone

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kind of blink his eyes to the process I'm about someone sitting from the sofa in the museum was upset he said no, you can make like a sign to that hidden behind his back. He said Matt can be in the corner level high in

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denial is not appropriate for a prophet to do stuff like that.

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Like you know, like sending messages to each other and stuff like that. No, no, no, that's not the prophets isn't. That doesn't happen to

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those people the blind, the poor,

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the disable

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the weakened society.

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From day one and Islam have put so much emphasis on their on them

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mentioned their value protected the rights

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we're talking today about all the the proud in our civilization today that we think about the disable and now we provide parking lot for them and like no bathrooms and all these things, unquote undocumented the rights of a disabled blind person from the day one

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from the early time, and has nothing to do with anything it was just a face gesture

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that's why wouldn't happen.

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Ask about the Prophet sallallahu sadhana Hara Ashraf Alessia Tabby Runa who,

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who follow him the most the week or that

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who follow him the most, the weak or direction department.

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It was known, most of them fall are among the weak

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the poor

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so those people have a very important place in society and the Muslims and Islam

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we cubic means that people will pour less fortune, maybe slaves. No, not rich, not powerful people.

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That's the reason.

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in Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not have any less thought of those people. No, no and then it's a solid value

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In the person at that moment, just want hoping,

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as high hope that if those leaders are HBK Muslim, there is much bigger support happened to the Islam and to the Muslim, that rotita.

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And they completely disagree with some of them of a city and like a Razzie.

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And in my opinion, it was a clear error.

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And a mistake what he did in his tafsir about this particular incident,

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that he put the blame on unloved no Maktoum, he said, committed the sin by interrupted the prophets of Allah sunlamps Tao.

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And what the process Allah did was the right thing.

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And it's obviously so clearer. Al Quran came to the moment the prophets of Allah knew it was Sunday.

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And you might say, Okay, what did he say? He found that this is a problem in the verses doesn't support his theory at all, what he's trying to try to defend the process, but in defending him in the wrong way, the person doesn't need your defender Razi or anyone else.

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So for him to get out of it, he put himself in a bigger trouble.

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He said that the prophets of Allah Allah Salam would have prevented the process Allah because he was engaged with those people more than a bit Maktoum because they were from his own tribe.

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And he did not look at them because it's a blind thing. You will not notice it so you wouldn't care.

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We already did. And this is very bad way of looking at it.

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Right? He has his own problems all the time. But

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see, that's why only students knowledge are very good can benefit from Mr. Seal. He has some amazing things but there's a lot of bad things too. But this one aluminum because I noticed some online some people bring this up and I'm kind of reviving it so that's I'm mentioning it

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it is the recommendation is because in the B cell Allah Salam, his care so much about those people to become Muslim. His thought that by giving them doubt that take presence and priority over the one who came to him to learn the deen, that were the representation was

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okay, yes, it'd be so solemn his motive was that he cares so much about doubt to guide people. This is a Muslim already, but those people there is a chance for them to be a Muslim.

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But this one is Muslim, I can let him rely on Islam, but those people will die. We've got the hellfire.

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And everybody in doubt, understand that so many times, we get so distracted, but out by outside

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and we neglect and we forget about who are around us.

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The family members, the children, the wife, the spouse, the husband, Ben parents, the brothers, the sisters, the Laura, the cousins.

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we kind of seek the things that is not certain. While we have something certain in front of us and from this verse, the Muslim jurist build a very important principle and Sharia, the say, and the hula Druze and Tetra Umbral McAloon Emeril, now whom

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you're not allowed to leave something that you certain about, for something that you're not certain about.

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I know for sure that this blind man come in to learn an open heart and want to know want to improve, and those people may have no interest

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abandon one who wants for the person who might want that's not right. That doesn't mean that I don't give them down. But that means I have to put my priority correct.

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And that's why it's one of the great lessons we learn from this, that we have to give attention to those who are coming to learn.

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The people who wants to, to improve the people that their hearts open, that they want to grow.

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And it's not appropriate for us to leave them

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just to chase people who don't have no interest

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in you or what your data is about.

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In my experience in doubt, I have seen people be willing to sacrifice their backbone supporters

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to please people who are critics, peoples who are far out

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From your doubt, following from what you do, they have zero interest in you. But still I bend over just to please them.

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And in the in the in the process, I lose my friends, I lose my, you know, my closer allies, the people who really trust me the people who really love me.

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And that's just wrong. Not correct.

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I can imagine if you have a business, and you have a loyal customers come to you every day.

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And you start giving them any lousy service, just because you tried to chase people who are going to another business, nobody will say that this is a wise thing.

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I think also, especially for us to living in the West,

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there is a lessons

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for some of the dour that we see

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there is a lot of people dedicated their life

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and all their dollar movement and all their work

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on chasing people who are far away from the religion.

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But they don't put any effort to educate and to elevate the level of those who are guided by those who are with them.

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So he wouldn't be part of this GEMA part of this group for years. And his level of knowledge is the same as level of him as long as you go furrowed or go outside or go chase people you know, and to bring people to the master or after he come to the master he's left

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it's good for you to bring people to the master. But also it is more important for you to learn from the story that you know what you need to take care of those who are in the master.

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You need to have a strong base

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and it is a false narrative that people say we bring into the masjid so you guys take care of them. They don't let you take care of them.

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No, that's not that's not true.

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Also, same thing with some groups that they think that $1 is only for non Muslim.

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I remember when I used to have Texas dollar convention they said is this for non Muslim? I said no for Muslims and the Dow for Muslims. How's that?

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Yeah, the non Muslims Allah's father, little miracle, the human better. I relayed the information to you.

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I expose you to the religion. I don't impose the religion you I just expose you to the religion.

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But that's one stage that's like I deliver the message to you.

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But the biggest work is to work on those who accept the message.

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Look at the amount of time that the process on spending his life

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and building this Muslim community and building an basically

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any the amount of education and time and therapy that went to the teacher, the Sahaba or the Alana Manuel,

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please don't misunderstand. I'm not saying giving out to the non Muslims not important or giving Dawa to people who don't come to the masjid is not important.

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It's an important but what I'm saying it's more important to make sure that the people on the massagin are good people. So when the Muslim comes with those new Muslims, also misguided Muslim come to the massage they will see an environment will change them

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they have to see a big difference between the mustard and the street.

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But if the masjid is people, not far away from the level of the people of the street, you're not going to go any far.

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Your data is not going to be any strong

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and I hope this will come and an open heart because this might be a sensitive a lot of it.

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It is important

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from this story to learn lessons

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especially in Bala

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up person has to be realistic

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has to be also clear in their goals.

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in Ibiza southern part of the representation was

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that you yo Mohammed over kind of killing yourself over this fall.

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He wants all of them to be Muslim. You think that will he puts Allah saga and many times in the Quran c'est la laka bath your knapsack. Isla 30

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You're going to kill yourself

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over this

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Okay, are you like overdoing it?

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Take these

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sometimes some youth and some brothers and sisters, when they think about the Ummah and the global issues, and the world,

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he saw drown into the amount of,

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you know, call for sins, immorality, corruptions, injustice, that he think that he's responsible to change all this.

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And feel like you know what, I have to change the whole entire thing.

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And I feel so overwhelmed that I'm not changing the world.

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You're happy, I want to tell you,

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Allah asked you to change your world first before Dell World.

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You have to think about what you are capable of? What can I do?

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How can I invest my effort and time and talents in the best way.

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Maybe I can be

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a good writer,

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maybe I can work on myself to be a good speaker,

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or a poet or a person who publish literature on a die or share or sign scientist,

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an inventor, a businessman,

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a person who helped the Muslim to manage their affairs. That's what I am capable of. And I should be happy and build on that.

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And instead of just chasing all these big dreams that are not necessarily something realistic.

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there's one thing I want to say also,

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about the atman a Blind

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Al Quran could have said,

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and Joe, anything any other description.

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But who said one of the benefits of an AMA to show the excuse why he was loud while he's interrupted and also to make the process and feel also more bad about what he did because that's a very valid excuse for him.

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But also, I think there is something else we can

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learn from that.

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For us,

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sometimes when you think a blind person, what a blind person will do to Islam

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at that point in that in that early stage in Islam,

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who will benefit Islam more

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a blind person

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one of these leaders

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just by your own logic, you might go with the leader. But Allah calculate things in a different way.

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Eman and kufr Islam and Eman and what Eman produce something beyond your just logic.

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This man have contributed so much to snap

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became the the millions of

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or hundreds of 1000s of people that have bought on this Salah was correct because of his adapt

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for the last moment of his life, fighting and carrying the banner is hard to see. Until today millions of people learn from the dawn of McTell until today we teach the ruling that related to Maktoum Dan, in the books of Hadith.

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You never thought that this blind man will have that much contribution

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to Islam.

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It is so wrong to judge the man on faith and believers just by dollar signs.

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When the Toccoa came to the heart,

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those poor people, those weak people, those people that you don't think much of

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might be the biggest power and empowerment for your dollar

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decide sometimes when they see an imam or a leader

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would run after the rich of his community. I know they're a big donor.

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And it's okay to have respect for leaders. But what's not okay not to have respect for your average person who come to the masjid for the person who doesn't have money to donate if your organization

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does not correct to care about the teachers who bring so much money, but you don't care for a teacher just because he doesn't bring money

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is not correct. Because it may be a cartoon Sorona before IFA equal Allah bring victory because of the week among you

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Allah says what I do not mean Hieronymus Ricardo archibeque

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Even if you like that we should look how it looks like and he saw oh my god this will be great thing

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that fascinating of celebrities into Islam so

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some I was visiting recently a country and somebody shall be wanted to meet that person and and like that person is what

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is a celebrity athletic

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you know,

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in the way this person making me feel like I have to chase that person

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I started this is the best Johnny he was a Catholic now maybe he's one facet of Muslims or like you know, like just a Muslim or whatever. You know, he just just a soccer player or like a wrestler or or football player or rugby player or whatever it is. So

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I would assume you see a fearful how an oran or a scholar that's an a very another by itself. But that's a very high level

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it's a sad when this kind of balance and vision is not clear

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in the mind and the heart

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that's why an AMA is much better the blind person don't just not because he's not famous or or this or that to celebrate. Just don't don't undermine the value of the person.

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In the business,

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no doubt

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is one of the has the best of my

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district presentation came

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as a proof

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that didn t be so someone is a true prophet from his Lord.

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some of the Sahaba said of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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would have

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hide anything. He would have hide this verse.

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I settled the alarm and said the prophets or Salam would have hide anything from the Quran. He would have hide the verse and sort of heads up.

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What took 15 FC km Allahu de adduction NASA what happened?

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When the prophets of salaam told Z? No, no, don't divorce your wife. And then it's not actually in his heart. If you divorce or he might marry her. I'll expose that to the whole public.

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He said you're hiding something in your heart different than what you say.

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If there is a verse, and it's very unique that Aisha cut her eyes that specifically verse, okay, so it's your jealousy to

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it but if you would have had something that would have been this, but it is what Allah said in the Quran.

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Yeah, you have rasuluh Belial mountains really come along.

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Messenger of Allah delivered the message that was revealed to you. For inland. Inland differ if you didn't do a mobile notary signing. If you don't deliver the message complete, you have not delivered the message. Wala Huya, Similkameen and NAS don't worry about people. I'll protect you from it.

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I want I want to take you back to something I said earlier. Do you remember I told you this verse among the earliest verses this right? Okay. I want you to imagine now and that'd be so solemn. This is a new thing. I'm a prophet.

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receive revelations every time he received a ration your death or comfort under you know, Johann was Zinman

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misanthropic and let the hell up. All these verses coming and he delivering them on a mission like a Sabra all these early verses, well, what are

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you following it?

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Now Jabril come in with a revelation.

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And in the midst of something gets so excited about receiving that revelation just like a cool design, he loves it so much. That's why when that was stopped for six months in Ibiza Salam felt like he's gonna die

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missing the Quran. And when he gets it, he goes and he delivered

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imagine the excitement

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and now he's opening he looking for the verse opposite to Allah and

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he can handle Allahu Akbar

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it's in a very early stage

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and comes with this representation

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and you know what's even worse than he has to deliver it

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he just now building his reputation with the people

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and he already the people telling him you're not worthy you are this you are that you're that and now he has to tell them the criticism of Allah of him

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and he has to deliver that to them

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got it I just can't imagine how that feels

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attached but you're also building you deliver

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a messenger I don't make this I don't make the rules. I deliver the rules

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just unbelievable.

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Something they need

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something is very interesting.

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Something so great.

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And guess what? And it versus to be recited until today you know what if many times I would represent my son or my daughter

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I don't remember it I don't bring it up polish remover.

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I manage it were present one of his employees is still in college. It's became in a file and that's it.

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But that's not the case here the case here this representation is documented in a in a way that it will be kept recited again and again and again and again and again

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number one, something to reflect upon

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that shows number one, that this message is from Allah not from Muhammad Sasa number two is to declare something so important

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representing correcting

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guiding people to the best of conduct

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constructive criticism

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never ever lower your status it's actually elevate your status.

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Those leaders who hate those who criticize them, who can take a joke

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about their unit know performance, or about the decision.

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Those who will put people behind bars for years just because they said

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any form of criticism to that

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didn't be read the Quran.

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Muhammad SAW Salam who is the highest of all human being never Lord.

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It actually shows that

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should not make you feel less or threatened unless you yourself weak

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which is the only build your confidence and you build on it.

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And even if it's in the public,

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because you are became a public figure,

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but that does not give the right

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for people publicly to humiliate others. Do you see how it's

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If he

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didn't see you, that's the other, that doesn't give the right to those on social media are so disrespectful of those who make mistakes.

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I'm not talking about that

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one of the things also that it's interesting here,

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some of them, scholars said,

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You know how he said he

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frowned, it is a new front.

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They said since the process alum turned away from the blind person, Allah turned away from mentioning his name and

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kind of distance into and that's a way of for preventing him as well.

01:00:59--> 01:01:01

This for that.

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But it didn't last except one more verse on the third verses, it will make Greek

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non No, but what would make you he came back to address and directly didn't take long as long verse two verses then after that he addressed him directly.

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sal Allahu Anhu. It was and

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it is the representation of someone who loves

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the prophets of Allah anyway, it was

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good, he's said, one made that he can allow me a second.

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But what would make you proceed to Mohammed? That perhaps, he might be purified?

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The Hello, who is?

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Could be a question. And it could be also encountered, I mean, representing him again.

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Doesn't is not a question that is expected an answer.

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And what I lost my thought is law Allah when Allah says Allah, Allah, which is he might, it means he will. Anytime in the Quran, Allah says might it means it will happen 100% of an odd person.

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So that's telling the prophets of salaam that even only two is among those who will purify themselves among those who make the Skia.

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be submitted to

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you said your Allah.

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I'm a human being.

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And you have given me a promise that anytime I will do or say something not correct or appropriate or fair to someone, you make that thing that I did for them an explanation for that person to reveal Judgment.

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Allah accepted that I'm promising that so no one in the day of judgment can claim anything against the prophets awesome.

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But look at what happened to him back to that few second. What Allah giving Eben Maktoum and return

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a praise that will continue until the Day of Judgment is among the first people ever operandi documented that they are purified and what does occur

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this gear means the person who do the good deeds

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then he said next I will use that turtle for Tampa home decor or be reminded and remembrance will benefit him reminded of the Haram so he will abstain from it. So in this two verses of Quran said that have been Maktoum will do the good deeds and abstain from the bad deeds.

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Isn't that the first Muslim?

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Even when the prophets are Salam full of Baraka a blessing, even when he did something not the most appropriate, there is still so much of blessing in his action that made that blind persons so good and so praiseworthy until the Day of Judgment.

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Sorry, I don't want to plug into your time I just want to make sure that you get a chance to reflect as well with data 100 Is it okay if we wrap up in sha Allah and we continue the reflections with the crud and reflect?

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Okay, I will.

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Wrapped up in 30 minutes. Just take a look. I thank you sorry.

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I'm sorry, I didn't even know it's just very hard for me these days, but I didn't realize that there's a joint session. So inshallah

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Dr. Mohan has a great point to share.

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But a

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A newbie Salatu Salam is not someone who's arrogant or you know he loves the week he would them. You know, Allah says whispered enough second that I'm living in a Hunan boom we like it we're actually doing our job. What I do is I'm gonna be someone's described it is always among those people who care for Deen for Taqwa. Por I said, you know, over the poor or with Yulia, Mohammed just click them away. And there is some said now. And this is the attitude that he loved everyone in the society. That's why the Sahaba were like that. That's why the Thai became became like that, you know, Sophia 30, or himolla. counted for quite a few images, it can look. So if you're under 30, the poor people

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in his gathering like kings treated like kings. I saw ship and bass Rahimullah. The first time I ever had a needle ship and I was sitting around like, a big

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a feast. We all sitting together.

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And it was that time just to get no one. And that's the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia of the whole world come from every corner of the world just to learn from him.

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I was sitting there just as like a high school or just sitting there

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and was respected and treated like any elder and in the same around the same food that we eating. They're members of the royal families already. There were two ministers from foreign countries, professors, seated acknowledge gray hair.

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And I will lie on not to forget your Bengali brother. Okay, who was next to me? Who the one who sweep the streets

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with the same clothes that from outside

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all sitting together the same way and once they torture kombucha a lot of those people who come from outside at work, sweat and smell bad. shuts it down. If you don't like it don't come

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that's that's the Halacha Naboo.

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Net Mr. sullen that implementation was not about him. Not hearing further now that fermentation was is about an epistle Allahu Allahu alayhi salam when he thought that this is more important than this

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amendments done if you continue the verses, as for those who think himself with without need, somebody has this attitude why you chasing it?

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Worked also what if he doesn't get purified? That is his choice. And

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then you permit them again, even with a harder word. He said, Well, unmanned Mindjack someone came to you not do chasing them. He came to you. Yeah, I can't. Yes, our running, seeking from you to help and to the element that not?

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Well, who I actia with fear and that's another praise.

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And that shows you the Open Heart required from you to humble yourself

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to fear Allah subhanho data.

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And what and Daniel Terra,

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you are from him, you are distracted.

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Mr. Salah was not distracted by game Allah party Wella having a good meal with them. No was giving Dawa to them.

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That's not

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was the right call.

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Then he said killer in that, that God don't come back to that.

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This is a lesson for all of us to be open to all members of society to accept criticism

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to protect the rights of the weak one

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and the disablism.

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We have to be balanced

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not to look to Dawa and to things related to the D and the Dow matter in a very materialistic way. And the calculated is not a math

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doesn't that equation is not just the formula is not like just pure logic. No, there is different way different aspects spiritual aspect of

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it. It's important to train our soul to accept criticism.

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And especially about things that is important.

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I'm telling you constructive criticism will not weaken you. It will strengthen you.

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have self esteem, high self esteem

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Anyway, I will end here but in the end, Allah says that this documented in a sort of a mocha Rama in an honor sheets marfo item Baja resin an exalted and purified, be carried by the hand of Sephora messengers, severe messenger.

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And was said, this is out of the angels and some said the Sahaba and this verse, luckily for you, and it shows you the virtue of the Sahaba

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and the angels the strongest one, but also you could say also including the people who carry the message, and that include the Sahaba or the Alana and the memorizer are the people who memorize the Quran the people who teach for all these are praised by this verse as well. Now let's find out and make us among them and I apologize for being a little bit slow today just kind of hard to pick on the base I couldn't watch everything in the chats I don't know what's really going on so I'm just watching the chat I just see things pops up but I don't know it's impossible. I hope you guys learned something and I apologize said Muhammad if I took from his time

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enough to how much I was like reading from an open book I left Alex

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by like having to come live. And I have actually another event I have to go we have any file with the mayor of Houston so I have to rush to drive to it and come back before oh yes I really would love to hear you I will try to like I'm driving a lot of left

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mine on Amazon. No, no, no, just take a look at Dr. Mahana Of course there's so much love for him in the chat. I won't do any announcements right now because I want to make sure we catch whatever minutes we have left Inshallah, but we've been reflecting like crazy already this past hour. Dr. Medina does excellent. Early to be part of that. So Bismillah let's let's jump into our Koran reflect portion for today. David Jeremiah Bismillah R Rahman Rahim Al hamdu lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah. While early Alzheimer's remain again. Today, we will try to shift gears we'll try to try a different method. I noticed that many of us here in this zoom session are on the

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telegram group, mashallah around 5000 Students close to 5000 students and that telegram group, which is awesome, which is great. So, we will try. I will be asking some specific questions about the dashboard of Surah Tabitha chapter number 80. And the I wanted to either answer in the chat or document your answers and put them Charlotte Allah Allah in the telegram group, here is the general dashboard or reflection question for the surah. So the surah is, is a teaching moment. It is using a teaching moment in the life of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. So that it teaches us something that is way bigger and more profound than the incident itself. Of course Prophet Mohammed Salah

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Salem frown in the face of a blind man, which as Jeff would have mentioned, it could have been dismissed this event is one of those many events like 1000s of events that take that took place that Allah subhanaw taala let go. But it was a teaching moment for the whole ummah. So it's much bigger than somebody who got upset and the Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem and Allah is trying to console him. The teaching moment, maybe we can describe to Abba as a handbook for Dawa handbook to change the world, one person at a time. So as I mentioned, the surah was revealed in the early days of Mecca. So the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam and the Sahaba and the Muslim ummah. And even as to our

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day, we need some methodology, we need some tips, we need some instructions. What is the best way to handle this dial? This is a huge message. And you have to understand something that in the early days of Islam, if there's a slight diversion, even in the intentions, even in the mindset of the diarrhea of the caller to Islam, a lot of diversion will take place. If Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem always gave attention and he would never do that SallAllahu Sallam if you always give attention to the elite and the rich and the leaders of the Ummah, imagine what's going to happen to those who will follow Islam later on. So that's why even the slightest face

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expression in the face on the face of Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem, who was always smiling Salallahu Salam as to what he told us, even those small, slight facial expressions were important. It was a teaching moment to teach us the handbook for the Mustafa for how to change the word and how to deliver Tao. So what we are going to do is the following every area in Surah to Abba is giving us a tip for the Dawa every surah and almost every word in the Surah is giving us tips on how to carry yourself how to handle yourself as a leader as a carrier to the message of Dawa and yes, I know we may not have the chance to go all over all the ayat but I'm going to give you guys prompts I will

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give you

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pointers so that Charlotte Allah we can move and we can reflect on our own type before we go to the point rather Understand. Yes, the Torah is the surah is talking about a slight in you know, less than optimal behavior of Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem, but this should not we should control our tongues even when he talks about him. Salah Salem and the scholars found it very hard as also share what we found how even his app when talking about the apps, the frowning of Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem, we are talking about Rasulullah Hashem and the the seed of all Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam we cannot even count his blessings and his his positive attributes were in Nicola hola hola

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Cohen Aleem you are.

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You are on a high, you know, character and Code of Conduct Salah Salem, we cannot give him all of his credit. And that's why when we mentioned his name, we say Allahumma salli ala Sayyidina Muhammad, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to send peace and blessings on him because we cannot pay him back. I just want to understand who is Mohamed Salah Salam that we're talking about with this mindset? Yes, there was a less than optimal behavior from the prophet and Allah subhanaw taala took it very seriously. I am number one, the Dahua manual again, there's a manual for our eigene number one, watch out your outer expressions as your Ibis or whatever. Yeah, Mohamed Salah Salem. And for

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everyone who claims to follow the prophets, Allah Allah. Make sure that you watch for your outer

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expressions, the way you verbalize your interest to people always monitor your outer behavior. There is a very good book that Imams Raman gifted me years back. It's called the Charisma Myth, the Charisma Myth that talks about basically how can you attract the people, by your body language, by your, by your voice by your attitude, and charisma is not something that has to be that people are gifted with. There's a misconception that there's some people who have charisma. There are some people who don't have charisma, you can always improve your charisma, you can always improve the way you carry yourself to people, if you project a power, if you project mercy and warmth, and if you

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have presence in front of your people. So again, I remember one Abba, reminding us you as the ad, you should have this charisma

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from the outside. And Jarrod Hill armour is number two when the blind man came to him.

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So it's actually the number two is telling us at the moment the armor came, the blind man came the Prophet Muhammad Salah Salem frown, so it's talking basically about the inner state of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as I watch your internal state as well, because you can easily people can sense there's a change in the voice. I remember one time I was giving a lecture and some kids were messing around and one of the attendees in the lecture she told me Brother Mohammed that when these kids were messing around, I got a little bit upset and it was very obvious on my face like everything changed upon Allah so people can sense even when your tone of voice when the mercy when the love

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that you have for the people changes people can sense that so watch the your outward appearance and your internal state number three and number three, warmer you three color Allahu Zakka How do you know? Yeah, Mohamed may be he is he may be this person Allama he is getting self purification.

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So as there yeah, by the way, you don't know what's inside the people that are an instant gratification cannot mix. You know, guidance from the people is not something you can order on Amazon and expect to be delivered to your doorstep and 24 hours otherwise you can you know, the hour and instant gratification do not mix so make sure that if that result is in the hands of Allah Subhana Allah Tada and you never know

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No, that's why as a day you should detach from the results, detach from the results. And don't assume that that because you can, you cannot tell. And if you sense things based on your own biases and perception, Jacqueline had a beautiful comment when he shared how he when he heard himself from a recording, talking to his kids, he noticed it was a different person, all of us Subhanallah we need to be cognizant that when are you rica our own internal biases? Allah subhanaw taala is telling the Prophet salallahu Salam that you don't know. And we don't know. Yes, this is common sense. By the way. We always say Allah knows what's in the heart, but it's not something that we always

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practice. So what might you think Allahu

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Allah has? priorities are different than our priorities. We don't know who would benefit that the eye and number four is giving us another dimension in Dawa Lala who Yeah, exactly the previous area. So it's talking about purifying himself. Oh, yes, Zack garrafa 10 With vichara. Or he might remember, which means he may not purify himself, he or she may remember meaning they may remember later. And that vichara may benefit him or her SubhanAllah. So there's two paths, there's two expected results, either somebody to get the purification, or somebody who might remember the purification. Later on, you don't know you cannot control you cannot order the hour to someone, you

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can only do your part I want us to try to give and I know we're kind of short on time, which is okay. But I want us to try our best to

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give the, you know, elements of the Dawa manual, according to Surah to Abba Surah Abba, again, every area has an element every area extracts part that should be put directly into the Dawa manual. So we are at a number for our vector office and farhood Decra. We mentioned that the dower manual is sending us some people might have this Kia, they may clarify themselves, others may have a car by and by the way, there's a difference between zero and yet as accurate. So in the Arabic language, the more letters you have in a word, the meaning grows bigger. And if you have a smaller number of letters, it's a shorter state word than it's a shorter or smaller meaning so yet exactly zero means

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somebody to remember a lot. Yes, zero means somebody to remember not the details of the data of the message. But the big picture. So a student of algebra for example you guys do yet attacker because mashallah most of you guys you guys eat your note literally, even if you're fasting you can divide like you take detailed notes you remember them this is the attacker, but if somebody remembered the general you know idea of a lecture or a message, this is get Zeca so Allah subhanaw taala is telling us even if someone you have Zeca even and somebody remembered the general statement of what was discussed, this is also beneficial Subhanallah type executor wolferton farhood vichara

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then Subhanallah I am number five, what do we put in the our Dawa manual from Iowa number five

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what do you guys think

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status does not matter Allahu Akbar status does not matter. Make sure that you are not and you don't have an elitist Dawa. That's only for the privileged for those who are have high status. Sister Rashida you want to share some some thoughts about a number five

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so now Polycom or de la berkata, Wiley comes to

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my solidly was salam ala Nabina Muhammad, I just wanted you were seeing the

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the fourth verse,

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like can you explain that to the record? Like what it means again, because I heard it but I didn't quite get it. Okay, thank you so much for asking, and I really appreciate the discussions because it allows me to slow down, make sure that we cover less information but the shallow we covered Okay, so we said yes. Zeca so we said a number three the color consistent for the question. So

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Allah is telling the prophets Allah, how do you know that this person Allama Abdullah manana Maktoum, he might he might have the outcome of this gear. So Teskey is to purify himself. And even when you say the words the cat, the cat, this is you know, there's a raw and this is that that has arrived with that with a.on it

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So this is a Zakat is when you purify your money and the Allahu zecca is when he period purifies himself or his soul. So Allah subhanaw taala extending the prophets salata lamp, maybe this parama this blind Sahabi will get this Kia he will be purified out of this Dawa. Now, that next year maybe if he does not

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achieve this year, maybe his he will Yes zecco your second means from that Cara, you know, which means to remember. So this is purification or he will be remember so on he will remember and we mentioned the difference between the car our Yes, it does occur is to remember everything about the Dawa. And yes, that car means to remember only the major points are the high level. Does that make sense?

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Yeah, so Hamdulillah that does make sense. Okay, Zach malarkey. And again, remember SubhanAllah. Again, this is our manual your Gemma from Allah subhanaw taala. Teaching us no matter what we do as the art as callers to this message, we want to be better than the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Allah, Allah is sending that some people will get it right away and they will start applying it some people will do yet exactly, they will remember the details. Some people will remember only the big picture. You don't know you just have to do your part inshallah to Allah. Okay, number five. And number five, mmm. And he stands for and telehealth offered, somebody mentioned that this is we should not

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prioritize those who are rich over those who are poor, or those who are poor. But also it's telling us something very important that we should not be the problem, the main problem. It's not a matter of rich versus poor. It's not a matter of somebody who has high status versus someone who has low status. The main problem with the kuffaar Have the courage that they had a sterner. They have the they assume they are self sufficient. They don't need the message. And that's SubhanAllah. We learned I learned early on in my public speaking courses, that one of the important

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tips in public speaking is to start with a hook to your audience. Make sure that you hook your audience by there's different ways of doing it. One of them is to have a knowledge gap is to start with a knowledge gap that will make your audience feel the need for information. If you are downloading information on them, and they don't even want to carry it either to hear the message or to get it then you're basically wasting your time. If your audience have a stagnant in their mindset, then why bother Subhanallah many sterner those who feel they don't need it for intellia who prefer the Prophet Muhammad. Allah is telling him Fanta Allah who thought that you are going out of

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your way the father is like from your from soda, which is to have someone who is thirsty, meaning that you are giving dower until you are thirsty. Shout out to brothers and sisters who are fasting and now they are thirsty. And Allah says us one I like he has like most of those who have Dawa. They have anxiety. They have worry, they have concerns that hey, I did my part I organized the event. I taught the Halacha and the kids are not listening. Allah subhanaw taala is telling the prophets Allah Salam o Allah is sending us when I they can. He has gone down, take it easy. Don't let the anxiety and more importantly, sometimes if you give a doubt, if you give a message and people don't

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respond, you might ask yourself, Hey, maybe I should change my data a little bit. You might talk to yourself, maybe let me add more to the leap. Maybe I should put more hope and less fear. Maybe I should not talk about controversial issues, controversial issues. Maybe I should only talk about hope and Jana and Paradise and not talk about the fire and this is very dangerous. When the colors when the carriers of the Quran, start changing and picking and choosing from their data to what appeases and appeals to the masses. And Allah subhanaw taala is telling the Prophet SAW salam Wa alaykum. He has detach from the results and make sure that you are only delivering the message

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Subhanallah I remember

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one time like last story, I remember one time we were in college days And

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subhanAllah we had a lecture about hijab. And

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there was a lecture about hijab and it was a conference that was kind of a very heated debate

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between somebody who's pro hijab and someone was against hijab and we're talking and everything and it was heated and of course I was on the side of the people with hate