Waleed Basyouni – The Life Of Abdullah Ibn Al Mubarak Part 2

Waleed Basyouni
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses the importance of remembering past events and the social and political changes that have occurred in the past. It touches on the use of money and the importance of learning from experiences to improve one's understanding of the world, including struggles with money and missing a military appointment. The segment ends with a mention of a new lecture on the life of men and women. Despite struggles, the speakers emphasize the importance of remembering the struggles of those facing them.
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Lau salatu salam ala Rasulillah who Allah Allah He was so happy woman who Allah about

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Welcome to

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The Friday Night Lights which is tonight we will continue our journey with the scholar that we start talking about last week which is an imam Abdullah Abdullah Mubarak Rahim Allah Allahu Tada. And Bin Mubarak Rahim Allah Allah died at the age of 63 at a 181 Hijiri, which it means 797 C. And we get to learn that early ma'am. You know, Barack was born to a very righteous father not known of scholarship, but of piety and fearing Allah subhana wa Tada and his mom on his mother's side, from her autism, which is Today in ozbek, Stan and that part of the world and he had the same feature of people from that area, which is basically the east side of Europe and North of Turkey and in the old

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days, the cold this whole entire region, Turk a truck

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and we get to know that to the Imam. Mubarak Rahim Allah in his youth was not necessarily committed to knowledge and ailment. Even it was said about him that he was involved more he was fascinated by musics and playing some musical instruments. And you know, was not very committed even though an average person at that time at early age will be memorizing the Quran have no but it doesn't mean necessarily that he was committed to the religion then later on. After an incident happened he became more interested in knowledge and he started seek knowledge in his 20s so it caught up quite late. comparing to other scholars, we get to know also the to the Imam Mobarak Rahim Allah.

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When he was he started learning the knowledge after an experience that he had with a Robbia

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who is a chef that was in jail at that time have a beard Nana Suhasini he was in jail and he had a trick he did a trick to enter jail just to listen to the Hadith that this man has because he's older he have met and has an anniversary and some older Yanni senior scholars, and he heard from him 40 Hadith. Rahim Allah Who, Tana, we get to know that he was very rich person and then lived in a very big house luxury life. Then later on in his life when he moved to even a small house. He was temporary time and of Kufa. He said that he loved that lifestyle way more than the lifestyle that he had in model with his very famous big house a lot of servants. He loves to be just living a simple

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life, because he was very famous. We mentioned last week how the Khalifa Harun Rashid at that time, his aunt when she looked at her own Rashid, walking in the in the street with the people around him. And she compared the Khalifa, the president, the Caliph, and one of the greatest king of his time, compared him to the people around Abdullah Adnan Mubarak, it's nothing of the law of Ladakh was surrounded with hundreds of people who are so interested in what he say, documenting what he's what he's saying. They all love him, they all care for him. They all want to be always around him about email load data. And there's something fascinating to see how this color was so loved by his

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students Rahimullah data. And she said at that point, she said, That's the true the true honor. That's the true fame. You know, not what my nephew has when her nephew is the king is that what not only a king is the greatest king of his time, or him I have no doubt.

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We get to know that someone likes a Fianna 30 Rahim Allah who is one of the greatest scholars of his time, he said, I want to live one year like abnormal Bodek. But I tried and I failed miserably. I couldn't I couldn't even last for three days to be like him. He was very different than anyone else or hemo, low Dad, we said that there are certain things shaped his life. And that's important because these things can shape our life too. And we have to recognize that our life impacted our view of the world, our personalities, shaped by certain things happen to us or certain things we put ourselves in. Many times people ask me about jobs.

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And I always tell young people, whenever you have a job whenever you're about to choose a career

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Whenever you want to decide which college to go to which job you want to take, okay, which path and you want to do it, don't just look at what you are going to gain.

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Always think about what you will become,

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what this job will do to you, what this lifestyle will do to you, what this career will do to you, what studying this field will do to you, what you will become. And that's an essential question to ask yourself,

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you know, not just about what you will gain what you will get, no, it's about what you will become. And one of the things that we talked about last week, how remember, Barack have mentioned have lived through the last five holder fat from the Omega dynasty, and he lived also the five he died in the fifth Khalifa in the Abbas dynasty. And we said in the beginning, there is also much instability in the end of any dynasty and in the beginning of any dynasty, there's so much war, so many civil wars, there's, you know, problems happening in society. And we talked about that and all these movements that took place at that time.

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Yet with all this instability, the Muslim world at that time also, at the peak when it comes to knowledge, there is a huge movement of documenting the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Salem documenting the knowledge of Sharia, classify this knowledge, you know, writing books about different field and nakida into heat in theology, and fill in Hadith in different areas and felt and also you have history and you have a huge movement in relation to poetry, literature, Arabic language, and all these kinds of things that start growing at that time. And our man our scholar, you know, he was your any great scholars and most of these fields, Rahim, Allah done, you have witnessed the social

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change, and the social change, there is a lot of change happened to the society. Now you have, you know, in the beginning of SNAM, most of the Muslim were Arabs come from Arabia, Live simple life have very, you know, limited exposure to the world. Now, he live in the time this is almost on almost 200 years, after the prophets of salaam time, the Muslim were mixed with so many different culture heard yet Rome, North Africa, you know, all these different languages, people, new Muslims, you know, non Muslims around you. So, there is a lot of different culture mix changes, you know, financially people in the time of the process on them, the money is very limited, the Sahaba has

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very limited sources of money. Now, you talk about people have access to a huge amount of wealth they have it's enough that the Muslim have inherited the most

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civilization dynasty you can think of at that time, which is the Persian Empire, the took all this empire, they took over it, they inherit all the money from them, all the wealth that they have.

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And now it became part of the Muslim tertiary and the Muslim world, you know, he have seen how that rulers have some of them abused their power very bad, did not fulfill their rights towards their people, you know, have made him and allowed him to see how important for you to be independent, because when the fall of a dynasty entity, the rise of another dynasty, that new dynasty coming up user that mountain shoot to promote their war and to justify their civil war and the other one use Johanna lemma to justify you know, their actions. It's interesting. I saw two videos, montanes one from a Mufti from Ukraine,

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saying that Jihad you said it Allah with the Ukrainian is must and every Muslim should come to help the Muslims there.

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Another video from Russian, okay, and from a church in sheer, say how important every Muslim should declare Jihad and come fight with us against the Ukrainian you know, who did 123 to the Quran and blah blah blah. And everybody uses Islam and use this. And that's not surprised. You know, if you read history in World War Two German have used schewe and scholars made an issue for to us to say that fighting with the Germans is the right thing to do. Islamically and the British got also scholars and she used to give fatwa that fighter with the British and World War Two

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it and you know and the allies is must the Muslim should join the war.

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And you know with the Ottomans in the middle and now you should leave them and was not Hara and all these cuts of religion sometimes used by government for political reasons. So he understood that that's why he was very independent person Raheem are allowed to add.

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Also one of the thing that shaped his life, we talked about him living in Morocco, and we said model is a city that have a great wealth of great scholars. There are a lot of books, one of the greatest library in the world at that time. Also, he said one of the things that shaped his life money, and I remember telling you the story, how he inherited the farm from his father than his sister donated to his son, then his son died, and he ended up inheriting all this. And he told me last time, that his capital, his capital, what is it's about 400,000 400,000 dinar of gold, which is equal to 1.8 or $1.9 million today, that is capital. And that investment, okay, he will make for him every year

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about $28 million.

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He would make out of this $28 million

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as an income as a revenue for himself, Rahim Allah Tada. But you will get to know today how we use this money. That money I've allowed him to travel that money, I've allowed them to support the student have knowledge and skill around the world, that money have made him able to win the hearts of so many people by being nice and generous with them. That money made him independent, no need for government or rich people to control that money have made his personality very different. We have wealth and relax and you don't worry about money, you relax, you deal with people with forgiveness, you always have the higher ground, you know, and so forth. Money became very good servant for him.

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one of the thing that we said about Tim Rahimullah that shaped his life, that he traveled a lot. He traveled first time when he was 23 years old to era. And, you know,

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sorry, he traveled when he was 23 years old, and that was 141 Hijiri. And he travelled to Baghdad, he traveled to Mecca to Medina, to Syria to Egypt, to Arabia all the way down to south and Hora sun and Iran and many different areas to the extent the Lima Muhammad Rahim Allah in the time of Abner Mobarak nobody have traveled to collect the Hadith like Adnan mobilock Rahim Allah Allah data traveling around have led him to be exposed to different culture, different scholars, different madhhab Okay, and also made his own his connection to the scholars dialogue. So I don't need to say so and so told me about so and so no, he went straight to the source. And that made his nada Addy

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and it means I don't need to say, you know, Chef, what he told me that Chef Salah Hassan, he said that no, I go straight to CSR and take it from him. I became much shorter, you know, between me and no one. So you see, that's make you basically your URL more authentic. And that's happened by traveling. Also one of the things he was able to collect a great deal of books that written by many different scholars around the world and give him access to narrations that no one else has. It also made him famous scholars around the world get to know him and not to hear about him but to meet him and personal Rahima low data.

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Samar Halford said I never seen a man who traveled to seek knowledge like a bin Mubarak Rahim Allah Allah Who dat

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one of the thing that shaped his life and that's an important that he had so many teachers. I don't think we talked about this last time. He had so many teachers in the robotics set. I collected my knowledge, Carter humbled to learn from 4000 shares.

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I challenge some of us today

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to have even 400 Share or 40 share

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even from online

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Yeah, and I'm giving you even online shareholder counting them for you.

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That you really you know what I study a whole book online with a share. I listen to a whole explanation of the car or books of 50 online with a chevron anthemion or shelf in Djibouti. I challenge you most people don't have even that now. He is 4000 Chef

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He said 1000 of them is studied faithful with an Imam Malik and Sofia in theory, and Abu Hanifa Anil Ozai and Ill Amash. 1000 of them were not just narration they were folk Aha.

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Great scholars have fit

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it new MOBOTIX set see how the variety of scholar wasn't for Abu Hanifa and Sofia an hour to be like any other student of knowledge, just collecting narrations. Boliviana 30 and Abu Hanifa allowed me to understand to have a deeper understanding, to know how to give fatwah to know how to analyze.

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Rahim Allah to Allah. He said, I traveled from Morrow city, all the way to Harun evening movie era. Where is the era and era that from ozbek stand to Iran or Turkmenistan to Iran?

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Okay, how far they are from each other? I looked it up on Google. How far model from array which isn't. And Hera I found according to Google, and absolutely it will be much bigger than that. But according to Google, it is 700 Miles

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700 Miles

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not on a luxury Lexus car.

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Or up corona are on United Airlines Flight. Now walking camels news for what Karla suffered to means SMA had eaten wind I travel all the way to a right to listen from him one Hadith

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that's it one hurry.

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Because this honey, I don't have it and he hasn't. So I traveled all the way just to collect one Hadith and I came back Haroon himself, he said

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it was surprising. He came to me and he was still in his camera. And I welcome and he said do you Is it true that you have this hadith is it? Yes. And I told him the Hadith. After he heard me he raised his camel again and he start heading back home. He said that said you're not going to be stays it now I came all the way for this hadith only.

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And he has not only one time he traveled once all the way also to hear one narration. Okay, about from the hustle and bustle, worry about the hustle and bustle. He didn't meet the hustle bustle Rahimullah.

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And he used to take the knowledge from people who are older than him younger than him and appear the same time the same age. One time somebody told him until when you will keep traveling to collect the Hadith until I die.

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He was asked once you have none Mobarak if you die if you die, and Allah gives you the opportunity to come back to life, what would you come back to do he said to come back to go to learn the hadith of Rasulullah saw Salah

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I'll come back just to learn the hadith of nebi Salah Aeneas Allah

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you're going to be mubarak and listen carefully to this

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parliament the hub to Allah and even cut Elana dimmed

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he said men to have to walk a lion to harbor Allah and elaborate them.

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Ah man in

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any at a higher man Maru. Yatta were talked about. He said, Rahim Allah, anytime you pick and choose from a scholar, you will regret

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you should take all of this color has, then you filter it.

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But if you say no, I'm going to take this I'm not going to attend that I'm not going to you will regret later. His message was take everything this person has then after that you start filtering it.

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Then he said Rahim Allah Anna. Yeah, we'll move on. He said Rahim Allah, that he narrated from people in the same level higher older than him younger than him and his peers. That's why so Fianna 30 He was in his level yet, so Fianna 30 is considered his chef. Yet so if you're under 30 consider his students because of young, not aged honey from him.

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And what he said, You will not be a noble scholar of Hadith

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until you write the Hadith from those who are older than you younger than you and in the same age as you

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and this is important for us today. So many times. We just want to go after the big names the olders

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and you know what sometimes you can get so much from people are not necessarily to be the older.

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Can people look a bit older than you in the same age you can learn

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From them, you always, you know, cared for that.

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One thing that important to realize about him because this is helping you in your path and learning and shaped his life a lot, that he cared so much about having

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a very unique methodology in seeking knowledge. His knowledge was not just one time from here and 100 from there and one class here, no, no, he was very critical.

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And he would have a methodology that he followed in building his knowledge, like one number one.

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He reads a lot of books, a lot of books. He reads the narrations of so many scholars Rahim Allah that your enemy Command said ignorant Mubarak used to sit at home a lot. So it was told him at at a stone hush don't you get lonely? He said No. Sit at your home by yourself is it I'm not by myself. I'm with the Prophet SAW Salman and with Abu Bakr Omar, this is how he said I am with the books that have documented their statement and their life. I'm reading what they said what they did.

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As if I'm living with them

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he was said it was set up in Barack Why don't you sit more with us more after this. He said when I pray with you and I leave I go sit with the NABI SallAllahu Sallam and Abu Bakr and Omar on the Sahaba I go and read about them and study their narration

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you said once the kids see what I do with you guys sit and make bite people.

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When I go there and I sit with the Sahaba and sit with the Hadith and listen to the Hadith and listen to the narration review these narrations nobody backbite nobody say any bad thing.

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Yeah, yeah. Annie Madine. I didn't Medina is the Sheriff of remember Buhari just for you to understand which what kind of person we talking about. He is the Sheriff of alcohol. I didn't even said the knowledge of Islam.

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Ended up in two people.

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Two people have the knowledge of the Sharia. The most knowledgeable to Who are they? Abdullah Abdullah Mubarak then after him. Yeah, hey, man.

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Guess what? Yeah, Heaven man in student if Abdullah memobottle.

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And another word I've gotten Volek is the man.

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Yet it new Mubarak said something and that shows you his methodology. He said like I said, when Marco Neiman Matata Belen, you will be always a person of knowledge. As long as you continue to seek knowledge

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for either one No, or the ending for a judge.

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When you reach a point, you said I don't need knowledge anymore. That's when you became an ignorant person.

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That's why an imam Raja hundreds of years later said what he said he said knowledge is three stages. And by the way that's applied to all kinds of knowledge. You enter the first stage, you become arrogant. You enter the second stage, you become humble. You enter the third stage, you realize that you're ignorant

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and there is so much you don't know.

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Also, his methodology his knowledge is based on narrations, narrations, narrations, narrations, from the companions, and from the successors.

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Today, many people that are in their faith, their upgrade is not taken from this early generations.

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What make it nimble, Baraka himolla methodology is so solid, that he looked at what the Sahaba said what type of insert

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and he also looked for the authenticity of generations. You happen to have him and his students can Abdullah K usin. Musa Musa beaten you are smart, he always verify he's thick or trustworthy. He was at him so he'll Hadith when he narrates Hadith. It's authentic. He wrote, he wrote with his hand 20,000 narrations of Hadith ketema via the issuing of Hadith

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20,000 aerations from the Hadith, or 120 1000, Hadith

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candidness. Mubarak echoed

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the authentic

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hadith is sufficient for you you don't need to look to the weak one.

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Today some people Masha Allah and I'm some Yanni you find if you listen to online you listen to solve this year who speaks some of the people who speaks the default of their lectures that everything he says we can

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default and I don't want to mention names

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majority of what they say is weak

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I can give an example to show you the difference

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I once

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talked to the leaders

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of that dramatic w the WT movement,

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and they are the leader of that movement worldwide.

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And I told him one of the main book that you guys teach your followers a book it's called for violet Iman

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this book has fava,

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which was fired. It has things it is unacceptable from Hadith perspective, a very weak Hadith mooncup Hadith fabricated narrations and a hadith that is by each man Rama mouldboard makuu. fabricated

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and sometimes he said Buhari and it's not even authentic at all. And I suggested I said, Why don't it's a beautiful concept. Why don't you ask scholars

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to authenticate or to rewrite this book? Oh, yes. Yeah, don't be too strict. There is no interest of verifying what I didn't find interest in them and verifying what is authentic and what's not. That was not the methodology that this or Imam have used

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in robotics set either to the table kabbah for Erica will Ethel if you became a judge follow the generations

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of new Mubarak was with Muhammad didn't happen.

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And they were good giving him his farewell then they said before we depart from you we don't know if we'll ever see you again. Alsina give us an advice caller letter Inanna don't ever take opinions as your leader

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take the interations don't follow that somebody saying my opinion his opinion his opinion no look at what this opinion based on how Allah Tala Rasulillah Salam that what the Sahaba said what the tabular insert

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and when he narrated the Hadith in Sahih Muslim in them in Ashraf Sati a new huddle in mind and Asada one of the sign of the Day of Judgment. The knowledge will be taken from Asana, what's Asara?

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Alladhina? you've tuned everybody. For in now there was sorry, what I saw how sorry for sin, said Allah saga doesn't mean young. It means young and age. No. It means those who give fatwa with their opinion, they don't follow the narrations. They don't look what the Hadith said. I'm saying this because today, we have unfortunately i generations. And some brothers and sisters in Dawa.

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All we care about when it comes to an issue? They don't care about looking at what's the evidence says, or what's the Sahaba says? Or what the tambourine says they will take an opinion exists exists, and some books have felt and some of these opinions came and some of them are that very late Yanni is not in any close to the time of Abu Hanifa or Malik or Shafi. Ahmed, no, it came very, very late. And just because it was mentioned in the books that he thinks that this is a justification for it to be valid,

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or just as justification for it to be an and a valid thing to be presented and it's okay to follow.

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That's not how the right methodology of building your knowledge we're just not looking for any opinion exists in the books of fact, otherwise, the books of faith have so many opinions, what a second up laughing, not about not every difference of opinion is acceptable.

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One of the things also Rahimullah

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he was any verify where he take his knowledge from

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he was so careful about who are who he study and who he read the Hadith from.

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If no mubarak for example, so don't ever sit and study under innovator someone who haven't innovations religion on a laptop mobile in what I tend to see them up to there.

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Someone who is not trustworthy knowledge. Not everybody open his house, not everybody online. Not everybody has a class, it means I can trust and sit and listen to them. Now.

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He was asked once

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did you hear? Or did you know about ambered niobate I'm gonna be obeyed, is the founder, one of the founder of a deviant sect it called Alma Tesira.

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He is somebody who denies either of Allah to Allah, and there's a lot of problems. But also he was very famous ascetic person, very known of his strong position against rulers and stuff like that, at that time.

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He was told, Do you sometimes mention him, but you never named him?

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And he sometimes you mentioned things about him, but we never mentioning his name.

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Even though sometimes you mentioned people who have somebody like that and stuff like that, kind of had that kind of accent will be there. This was a leader. That's why I never mentioned him to anyone.

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Also, his in was not limited to one area and that part of his methodology. So his narration was not focused in on an athlete and theology or in spirituality or in a club and mannerism.

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No, it's all the above.

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Jaco Rahim Allah Allah Leah koonunga. To cool Ethel Wahoo room in a manifesto to recommend Hadith Yes. What he solved this problem in one sentence, the problem of should I listen to the other Hadith or Allah Ray? Or the folk AHA or the Mahadevi he said

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the foundation should be the narrations.

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The main foundation that you've that you build on is generations. And you take from the opinions of the scholars, what will help you to understand the narrations.

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You never ever treat the opinion of one scholar and you take it in the same level of Cunnamulla canon Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Also in the same time, the Mubarak says Tala to add the Bethel Athena center, what Allah Tala Elementary in the center

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what can we have global adaptability and

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he said my teachers the generation before me, they used to seek manners before knowledge.

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You have to be well mannered before you'll be well known well learned.

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And he said I spent 20 years collecting Hadith but I spent 30 years learning mannerism

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and good etiquette and a proper etiquette

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Today young people you talk to them about proper etiquette look at you that you're gonna teach me

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everybody think that is well mannered? Well Masha Allah

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have excellent manners. Excellent etiquette. Adnan Mubarak said 30 years I'm trying to perfect my manner work and not because he's a bad guy or a bad character. Now you will know what kind of character but that's what you should learn and spend time in it. And that shows you that admin Mubarak Rahim Allah Anna was not focusing on one area but a very holistic approach to religion.

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Let's go about special qualities. And remember, Barack lived in a time where there are so many great scholars, elimin Malik and Imams of authorities and great scholars. What made this person so special?

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He was one very talented person. And he used these talents in the best manner. Let me tell you something about talents.

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It's not what you got it what do you do with it?

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I'll say this again. It's not what you got. It's what you do with what you got.

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Your talents are Allah's gift to you.

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What you do with them is your gift back to Allah.

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I'll say this again. The talents that Allah giving you are Allah's gift to you, how you use it, it is your gift back to Allah.

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And I'll give you one more point.

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So many people Subhanallah gifted

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but so many people have not opened their packages yet.

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It's like I give you a gift bag. You know a box of wolves something wrapped

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and you

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But after a year or two, it's still there and the mega desk, you never opened it. You don't even know what's inside.

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There's so many few guys so talented. You have so much potential, but you unwrap your gift yet that Allah has given you

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in Mubarak was not like that. Mubarak have discovered himself very well and have utilized his talents so well. For instance, he was so good and memory has such a sharp memory.

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When his father said our burn all your books that you wrote, because I'm so bothered by them, is it even if burnt out rewrite them again because they are in my heart and memorize them?

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You talked about 1000s 10s of 1000s generations

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he was asked Do you memorize the Hadith very well. And His face changed and he said, anytime I see a hadith or it's not that I like I never forget.

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I remember Sharla Shabazz Rahim Allah, somebody asked him a weird question. When we're interesting. He said, Do you memorize the Quran? He said, I memorize the Quran the same way I memorize certain Fatiha.

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By the way, if the MOBOTIX with his sharp memory, never narrated Hadith, just from his memory, like he always when he said he has a book, Why out of respect for Hadith in the Vsauce Allah also accuracy

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number two, one of the talent that is a good writer,

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and robotic lived in a very early age in the early time, it's the second second century he died 181 At that time, knowledge, there is a movement of collecting the knowledge, but for someone to start writing, and you know, making em classified two chapters, this is something very new, not exist a new worldwide, not only in air in the Muslim world worldwide.

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He wrote two books and fell in different chapter of filth, wrote books in zoo and

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wrote about Tafseer his book and tafsir considered one of the best I've seen ever written.

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book in history. A book in fatawa has fed to us was collected undocumented. Never heard of before people writing book and later on in NASA a world Buhari this is way before Buhari. He wrote the Hadith and before they collect the Hadith and put them all together, no, no, this man I put over the book salah, purification zakat among the early early time he did that Rahim Allah Khattab of his sunnah and fulfilled, he wrote books in theology and refuting the Shabbat of that innovators like the diarrhea and the merger and the people of Buddha and the Shia at that time.

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You're going to be sad, was so never good to have and carry out and

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he wrote so many books in many different areas and knowledge. That is the one room I think of what he means chapters, which is something very new at that time. He's a genius to come up with these ideas.

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When it was said about him when NASA doesn't even NASA, his books are very beneficial.

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How many books we have today from his books.

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Unfortunately, the only books we have today from the books that you wrote 13 books

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and the vast majority of them were missing. Rahim Allah to add

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another thing about dental robotic. He was very eloquent. He's a poet. His poetry is so beautiful. Rahim Allah.

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He was asked how you became a poet. He said me and my buddy. Okay. We were kids, little kids. Okay.

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And he said, My father and his father. Okay, it'd be to Mela, if need to mail us father, my father and Mobarak. They used to tell us we were kids like very early age. Every time you memorize a line of poetry, you will get one neuron.

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Like, you get $1 Every time you memorize one line of poetry, I give your money, I get a gift. So I could look at a lot of money and I collected a lot of poetry and that's what helped me to say poetry.

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I became so used to it. He became very poetic about female low data. And he I don't know how

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One of the famous one who said right to do no but to me to call Obama Hi, Ron. What could you do it man? Well, I've seen since killed the heart and if you so used to practicing sins will humiliate you. turqoise Zulu will be Hayato polu leaving since that will bring life to your heart, why you will enough sick as Yeah No, it's better for you to disobey your desire. Well, but that a dean a little Maluku about also in rural Alabama. What have corrupt religions are kings

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worshipers who are ignorance Ravana why about also and corrupt scholars? Those the one who are responsible for corrupting any religion. Baron Mufasa fella murabba Who while I'm totally filled with man who ha locka durata uncle movie g 15. Joby newly the app clean and nothing Oh, and Taiwan. They have her sold the religion to buy something like a did animals have no value. Anyway, he used to use poetry to remind people and give you a story.

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A Mubarak Rahimullah heard that a great scholar by the name of Ismay live near Arabia.

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He accepted a position with the government. The government hire him in the region in an era

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and in bustle to be in charge of the distribution of a solder pot. It's like the Treasury let's say it's not like that. 100% But it let's say he became like an IRS officer. Just the closest thing I can think of today. He was so mad. He wrote to him and advice but in a very beautiful way in a poetry.

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Ya Elumelu vazee And your star do Anwar al Misaki

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even really? Yeah. Has 10 kids by the way. A lot of sisters big family to take care of. And when you work for the government, you get paid.

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So maybe that's the reason he accepted the job. So he told him Yeah, John no hidden me the whole vazee And yes, Tado Anwar al Misaki. Totally dunya what is that be he'll attend to the he will be dealing for certain Majnoon and Bihar bandirma Quinta de wa and Bill Madani

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fissara three wire to Kofi Serbia and it only inwardness theory energywire took our power Luffy resume above is solid uni and culto crypto family can find either khadas and Lahemaa will be he said to him, What happened to you? You use your knowledge. Like the way you use the hug, the hawk to catch the birds, the prey, the rabbits the targets, use the religion like a weapon to gain money to gain fame. What is this narration that used to narrate to us about the grades color like in our own and others? What is the narration that you know and you memorize about staying away from government and rulers. If you say I was forced to that, I have to do that.

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What really happened? It is when the donkeys fall into the mud, that what happened to you.

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Anyway, when he read that he cried, and he resigned after that have been ready yet.

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Also he was very intelligent, very smart. He sharp, he respond quickly his good debater once he prayed that in Kufa and Abu Hanifa was next to him. You know the heavy the only say Allahu Akbar the raises their hand, Allahu Akbar one time and they never raised their hand again and masala.

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The Mobarak Rahim Allah He was doing what came from the Sunnah of the Prophet of Salah that he raised his hand when he said Allahu Akbar, the first one Allahu Akbar. We're going to record semi Allah Holloman Hamidah coming up, Allahu Akbar okay coming to this Jude and sometimes Allah Quran is standard from the Russia always been narrated from the process Solomon plenty of the Sahaba Samba Khalifa saw him and his students everybody everybody will never understand also this is a great scholar in the same time when if a jokey when

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you keep saying it like this, I was worried that you gotta fly. Like, like keep any kind of joking with him kind of mocking.

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Then he said, When I saw you first time didn't fly i

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knew that following the Sunnah will not make me fly

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ouch he said if like this make you like a bird or like trying to fly you said this at the beginning of your salon didn't make you fly

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then it was said we never saw anyone like this can speak like this turbo Hanifa

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Imam also Rahim Allah one of the thing about him. He is an unbelievable amount of mastering self control. And that's a very good spiritual quality about him. He has an unbelievable amount of controlling his desire controlling himself. Okay.

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He was asked one time had been robotic. You asked us to avoid the dunya not to be running behind this worldly life. But we see you when you come to McCann Medina and he says you bring all this business trade and merchandise and you sell them and you make so much money

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then he said Yeah, I love it. I do this. So I will never be in need of anyone or soon What do you owe Creemore lb I use this I can obey My Allah

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I always when I know that Allah needs something from me I will do it

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this money never stopped me from doing what Allah wants from me.

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Then for what you've told them if that's the case, you're good. Rahim Allah to add just to give you an example. He used to travel and he will feed people barbecue the best type of food the expensive food while he's fasting.

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Rahim Allah Tada

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once person said I saw him behind your Quraysh in some of the neighborhood carrying the wood to the house like getting purchased goods and carrying on his shoulder and carrying it in the market. He has 1000s of people can serve him he's extremely rich man. Yet he served himself he carry things on his own shoulder Rahim Allah to add it was he was seen walking without shoes in the market. Buying things from this just a sense of humility like you know Allah to add

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one of the things about him or him Old Law special quality. He understood the importance of money business being independent. He knows how to manage money very well by the way not everybody knows how to manage wealth very well.

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In MOBOTIX Rahimullah Allah said once to someone somebody told him I have 10,000 dinar

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right imagine killer some businessman here somebody Abdullah has a business. If somebody comes to you Abdullah and he said I have $10 million

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colors Should I return

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should I stop making business are in the assets of the wrong? Should I stop seeking more money?

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He said no you should continue

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than you should why you already have so much money. He said I'm worried if you stop earning and he only have a capital that's not moving harder. He will became worried about the money to run out of it so what he will do he will be stingy pile Elia up before and after you're in what are you cream? Oh Java, he will not give his neighbor and he will not start helping people. Why? Because there is no more there is no income coming. But as long as there is money coming. I'm happy to give because they know when they give I get back but when I know there is no income. I will be more tight with my money. That's an incredible I'm understanding that's pretty interesting way of seeing it. But I know

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a lot of time.

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A man came to the move out and he said nobody immediately asked him What's your job kind of measure for took her under brawny.

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what's brawny

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hallelujah Hillman in your scenario Nell Ballari

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Carla lolium Takenaka Sana masa hipstery.

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He said anyone you mean by boron. He said I have people work for me who make Ballari anybody know what that means? And you have any idea what that means? Body boron,

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and body and hasil.

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So it is basically a stem of bamboos, you put it together and you make like a rug. People used to sit on it. That's boy said That's my business. I make rugs made of like them booze sticks.

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You know very famous rug.

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To use it to put it on the floor, put it sometimes on roof for house, you know, use it for many different ways. So that's what I do. And he hasn't said I have people work for me who makes this and I sell them the products if you don't have a job and if you don't have, you know a job, you wouldn't be in my company.

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He said

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a zoo is not to have money

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now, as it is to be able to hold yourself accountable and you have money that will protect you from humiliating yourself to others. Too soon what check aliveness. Also one of the things about this man very special quality. He has so many iterations narrated so many iterations of Hadith. That's why for Bala had to see from Tunisia, he said, I used to study with the scholars of Hadith and in Kufa, and when they disagree over narration, they will say let's go to the doctor.

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And they refer to Mobarak as the doctor he's the one who really knows what's the problem in this generation.

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It really You said Harun Rashid have taken as indeed a person who basically abstain from religion and have done so much bad things so our should said he should be excuted is it don't kill me said why? He said I have made them 5000 Hadith

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or 1000 aerations 1000 fabricated had it on a spreaded

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keep me alive so I can tell you which 1000 had it all today.

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Then how about I don't need you? I have no Mobarak

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he will figure it out. Kill him.

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I don't need you. I haven't Yeah, you should have been Mobarak Yes. That whole durations of Hadith most of the narration of the Hadith if you go it will go to six people.

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Six people among them at noon Mubarak Rahim Allah

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and among them were here and a document of demand. Didn't say look upon it. He was known as Amuro meaning he said I never memorize something and I forgot.

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Just I'll tell you

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one, one of his quality Rahim Allah Tala. He was very generous man.

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Unbelievable level of generosity. Rahim Allah. He used to spend on poor people every year from his own money. Okay.

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What is equal was equal to

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$27 million

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from his own money $27 million. I collected the gold I transferred to basic I did the calculation. It's about $27 million. I used to spend every year from his money on poor people.

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Let me give you an example of how generous this person is. If no Mubaraka himolla used to go to pursues a city and NZ batarfi Han used to sit in a hotel. And a man young man used to come to him and he used to help him. And this man used to help him the robotic take care of the baraka affair. And he hears the Hadith from him. I'm delighted him about I came one time, and he didn't see him. He didn't come to do what you used to do every time when he visited the city and not to study with him. And him robotic Rahimullah while he's sitting in the city, a person said, come the enemy of attacking the border of the Muslim and we need soldiers. Suddenly, Mubarak enlisted in the Army and

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went with them. You didn't get chance to explore exactly what happened to this young man. While isn't the fight and battle when he had his way back. He said by the way, what happened to this young man? I didn't even he usually come with us to the war when there is need for soldier. They said he's in jail. He said why? He sits in jail because of debt. He was in debt. He has a debt of 10,000 Durham 10,000 Dharan.

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So he said, huh,

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who is the one who lent him the money? They said so and so. So he went to that person. And he said, What is his loan? This person is 10,000 the wrong he said, That's it, take it. So he gave him 10,000. And he said, I asked you by Allah, you never tell him that I paid his debt all.

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The men said I never told until the MOBOTIX died when he died. I told the young men and the young mental later about the story. So when he came out from jail, he came to have them about, hey, where are you? I missed you. He said I was in jail. He said what happened? He said somebody came and paid my debt off. May Allah reward him Zala here. He doesn't know Monica never told him Rahim.

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Hello to add

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once Mubarak, hello, once of embolic A man came to me, he said I have a I'm in debt, can you pay my debt off? He said, Okay. He wrote a letter to the one who's in charge of his account. He's basically accountant. He said, pay his debt.

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How much is your debt? He said, 700 the wrong ignorant Mobarak by mistake he wrote 7000

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So when the check or the paper came to the accountant, he said to the man, how much is your debt? To compare it? Is it 700 Then he looked at 7000

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So, he went back to the Mubarak and he said, it says 7000 But the men only need 600 700

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And I'm not sure if I have 7000 to give him

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he said you know what? Whatever I wrote for him that what Allah intend for him? Give him the 7000

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Then he said, but I'm worried that if you give keep doing that, you will be broke. If the MOBOTIX Is it your money or my money?

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Are you going to be broke? Are you worried about me being broke? You worry about yourself or me? No, I'm worried about you. You so don't worry about to me.

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I narrated this Headey that didn't nobody saw Salam said men fell jam in a hill Muslim Farha of our Allahu Allah.

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If you surprise your brother, with something that will make him or her happy, Allah will forgive your sins. And this man was expecting 700 Now I'm surprising him with the 7000

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and it makes him for sure make him happy.

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And I hope that Allah forgive me for that, that for me more important than money. You see how the narrations change people respect perspectives?

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That's another level of generosity.

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Money never was in his heart. It's always in his hand, Rahim Allah Allah.

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Just just another level of understanding what Saba means. Allah another level

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and I never come anyone like this in my life.

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A man came to him and asked him for money to buy food.

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For APA who did ramen he gave him the wrong one. You can buy food with him

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after he left his students and you know who's that person is Schneider. He said this man actually comes from a wealthy family

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either in the home in your home in that Corona in the Lambo and halwa

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this person he used to be rich used to be from a family only eat meat and expensive food

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so I'm not sure if one Dirham one gram for someone who comes from a background you know this man never never ate any food like like cheap food

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he said What lie on the Motherland to India in the homie manual called back level hubs.

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I only thought he's among the people who eat any any grain and like cheap food.

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If this is the case, call him

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you call him back and he gives him Tinder

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and he said go buy the food that you're used

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some people in the RPG can ask I've seen this in some of the charity work the humiliate the fucker

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definitely has to get the second hand one

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cannot you cannot go by and from

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good store in the mall no I asked to go thrift store or like Goodwill while they are any.

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If you're not very wealthy, you cannot even think about the mall. Yeah and the farther you can get Kohl's or like Walmart that's your

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maximum you can grow

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who said that?

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That's an understanding of that. I'm not saying we spend money on and wasting. I'm gonna buy him. No, but you know what, this is something suitable for him to be something reliable for him.

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That's the lifestyle that he has you know this person I mean be deserved that

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it used to be a big wagon filled with food and expensive desserts and stuff like that that every time I travel he used to give to the poor and to the students with him

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somebody said car ride to buy a rain to camels each side loaded

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be the judging machine loaded with a barbecue chicken

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hundreds and hundreds of them was brought for his dinner when he put a dinner in put a dinner invite everybody in the city

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to eat or him on lockdown

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never seen eating alone Rahimullah

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Abdullah he used to go to a village

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and he said get all the orphans in the village

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Jimmy Rooney a term he'll carry

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over kids who are orphaned and poor and a lot of orphan because at these villages near the border, so a lot of war men die.

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Then he said okay, here, these are dates. This kid's delivery dates,

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the even data to be the old one that I need to break your teeth while trying to break it.

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He said cool Weidman

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each one of you either date save the seed

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for each seed you give me I'll give you a donor

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like I'll give you a $10 let's say so you can give it to your parents. And the kids will eat I got 10 I got 50 right I'm full I was able to eat 250 Everybody gets money so we can go back. This is his way of of basically

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any of helping you

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your own look ma'am

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for your buck Majah or Josephine is Ernie mean Mr. Rottie Masjid whatever amor to Hawaii

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feeding a hungry person

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more rewarding in my skill in the day of judgment than building an entire nest by myself

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that's a fit

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go ahead call that

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I said no one

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I said one

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mother was

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highly yours so

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among In fact when it comes to sadaqa that he used to spend many most of his money in supporting a student of knowledge.

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He said I know people who are righteous who are people to virtue

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They seek the Hadith. And we are very committed to knowledge and to Tao and people needs them. And if I don't support them, they will not be busy with seeking knowledge they have to work to provide for their family, and their knowledge will be lost. But if I help them I will help the knowledge to be spread in the home of Muhammad wa salam and nothing I can think of more rewarding than spreading the knowledge among people. Once he settled for the 11 al blue lock was hubback method short, I only became a businessman to support you and your friends. He said only because five people I have a business my business I have this business I make all this money because of five people So who are

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they? How does Sofia and Jody was if you had a marina well for the living ER or Muhammad Ali cemac was made earlier.

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All of them if you read about any one of them, every one of them was sent one of the bestest color of his time Rahim Allah Allah.

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He sent to Abubaker me I asked for 1000 Durham hard suit Debbie Hafeet NetApp oh man I know that those people try to buck up NIOSH ruler try to bring you two closer to them. This is 4000 You didn't you can spend you can this is enough for the whole year. Don't worry about them.

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Rahim Allah Tada

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i just because I'm taking 15 minutes and we have some mashallah Yanni. His money with this colors is unbelievable.

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He understand the power of money. This is one of the most amazing story heard about him mnemonic. He traveled to mom or all the way in Yemen.

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And after he studied with my mother, he heard of the Hadith from Mama.

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He gifted mama 500 grand as a gift in his own his way out.

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While he's riding his camel, he was told

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about a hadith. He said, I never heard this hadith in my life. I don't know in this tradition. They said Mama has this nourish

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mama that I was just with him. Yes. He still didn't leave the city.

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Then he said la hora de la Bella. And he started he continued. So his students and the people who have said Danny, it's weird. Have no medical never missed an opportunity. Why don't you go back to ask him to generate the Hadith for you?

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He said I will not.

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Why? He said because I just give him the five hundreds.

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When he narrated all this narration to me before he was not expected money, but after I give him the money I'm worried that he will only read this hadith because I give him money and I don't want to corrupt his intention

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That's how much he cares about their intention.

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Look at the difference between this and today.

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People telling me chef okay I can give him what to do man for $750. Hotel Jumeirah and a talk in the night for 1200 50 have a huge amount of talk in the night and classes and Saturday. You know for three for 2500 I can do the whole weekend with unlimited number of talk for 3000 hours and anytime I want of them what is this?

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Well if somebody said to me, Hey, I'm gonna raise funds but I'll charge you 30% of what I raise

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Anyone you stand up tomorrow give for the sake of Allah is it for you we'll have one of the 30%

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These are very few by the way is not the norm.

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There is an extreme example that's wrong when it's all about money. I got a young people just did not graduate from college.

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telling me how much should they shall shift.

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money is not a goal money is a means

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and it can corrupt people's intention.

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This man was also

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has a fifth car g prime Allah. One year he was going for Hajj

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in his way to Mecca.

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He has a bird his bird died. So they put put the bird in the side of the road like in a kind of dumpster

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and in the night he felt that is something movement around the area where they dump the dirt. Then he see this young woman looking through the stuff that she looked at because they're caravan so you know what

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This trash or something they throw away. She was looking into this and she picked up that bird.

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She cleaned it from the feather and she took it with her. He said, Yeah, I'm at Allah girl. Don't you know this a dead bird you cannot eat haram in Islam to eat a dead animal. She said, I know. But we are so poor, that eating dead animals had out for us.

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He said, Show me your house.

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You went in he looked and he saw her house her whole neighbor.

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he said what happened? She said my father used to be a rich man actually. And all his wealth was taken away from him by the governor. And all my family ended up like what you see.

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Then Rahim Allah said to the people with him, no had this year.

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Why? He said how much we have. They said we have about 1000 pieces of gold. That's equal to what is today $23,000

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That's what they have. Okay, about 23,000 baht. He said this $23,000 all yours. He gave it to the family. And he said we do hedge next year.

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We're going to spend all the money hedge to this poor family to take care of them.

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But I have not looked at

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look at the look at the understanding.

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He said if two people traveling together

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one of them was praying to rockers

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Okay, to occur.

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Then he left it for his, his, he noticed that his friend looking at him. So he stopped praying because he was looking at it. He said that's real that's showing up.

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And he prayed the Toorak I just shot for him that should associating other with Allah.

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He said your intention can make the small deeds big and can make a big deed small based on what's your intention is

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just to wrap it up. As I said,

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it was said it'd be Mubaraka Mataranka hustling and hustling higher Illawarra mafia visa, every good, righteous area you can think of a good Mobarak tried to do some of it. Anything you can think of when it comes to every area Salah he is too fast, to pray too fast, to make hedge to make you happy sebelah to stand up for the poor to donate to look after the weak. You know he is when it comes to poetry and literature. He was excellent when it comes to Hadith. Anything you can think of is excellent. He's generous. He's brave Rahim Allah to add just to show you about his bravery Rahim Allah and his participation in Jihad one time in the battlefields

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the Muslims and the Romans with fighting, or the enemy, I'm not sure now they're Roman or not. But yes, Romans and this big, huge man from the Romans image.

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You know, like a ball came from the line.

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And he said who challenged me.

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Okay, so a Muslim came. And guess what? This man killed the Muslim guy.

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Okay, then another Muslim challenge him he killed other Muslims. Another then all of a sudden somebody came from the middle of the lions, you know, covering his face or the masculine is on his face. And he challenged him.

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He challenged him he basically a duel until this Roman person lost his sword and he was running and the Muslim was running after him until he killed him.

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Then another person came then this man killed him and another person and Muslims army good so you know now the battlefield start and the battle start after the duel. And basically everybody is excited among the most. After the battle finished somebody came behind him and he moved his mask. Then he sold that this is the mobile mobile

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it's you

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you said yes. And since when you expose people

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Rahim Allah to add his his bravery was not only in battlefield but also standing for the truth. Rahim Allah on

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the governor of model came to him and he asked him narrate generations the Hadith.

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Barak travel the world took

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Look the Heidi and this governor coming and Prince telling him hey, come narrate for me that ahaadeeth

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pneumonic said, No.

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He said, Tell me the honey knows Allah said no.

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And he said, I don't think he will do. He told them no, right? He's not even writing himself. He brings someone to write it for him.

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He said, I guess we're not getting anything out of this man. Let's leave. So he left the house of normobaric Rahim Allah and all of a sudden, ignorant robotica hemo love to

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walk with him, show him so much respect. And he walked him all the way to his horse. So the governor looked at me said just a minute ago, you don't want even to talk to me. I'm talking to you and he never replied to me about Hadith.

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But now you're treating me like this.

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He said my honor to the Hadith Rasul Allah when I have known yet within the NFC law.

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I will never lower the Hadith process under for you.

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I want to keep the problem Hadith high, you have to put an effort for it or not lowered you, me and you as individuals, you're my enemy. I will show respect to my president. I show my respect to my governor.

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But when it comes to the religion, no not lower their religion.

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He was an avid worship of Rahima who love to add

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he was so many so careful about his deal. And that's very hard when you're rich.

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too careful about every penny everything haram Khaled What do you do right what you do wrong? Today people don't care. Is this allowed or not? They don't care.

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And he was basically studying. He borrowed a pen from someone

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and he forgot to return it back. He found out the pen when he reach home and model all the way in circumstan

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so he traveled back all the way to Syria to return the pen.

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Do you know how far this two cities from each other 2000 miles

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today you go to HEB and the girl she's forget to scan something or ship put you a bag full of stuff from the customer ahead of you and you I got a bonus

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know what I that's his mistake. Why did why he scans

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I'm happy I'm smart.

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You know, I bought it at a discounted rate than a return it back and I got a full price for it.

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I'm smart, no, no. You have no water. Rahimullah lot to add.

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He fears Allah. He was heard drinking from zamzam. And he said, I was told that the prophets of salaam said when you drink zamzam PRAY and He said you are I'm drinking the water of zamzam today, the outer Schumann piano for the thirst of the day of judgment

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or him Oh my god.

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And I told him before how he avoided fame. He was very well mannered Rahim Allah, He said, good manners, two thirds of Islam.

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Two thirds of the deal is to be well mannered. And he said we need more added more not more manners, more good etiquette than more knowledge about him are allowed to add.

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Just to give you an example of how mannered he is. He came to homogenization, metaphysics is Greek scholar. So metaphysics Welcome welcome. And he didn't know that this was back in the beginning. So he told him the Mobarak you have to narrate to my students some of the Hadith that you have collected, he said, I will not ever speak in front of my share. He said no, you should. I asked her by Allah to do so.

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Now, the robotic his she asked him

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for her death at home via Hadith he narrated to them a hadith Guess what? Every single one of them that he heard from her madness eat. He said her madness they told me that he heard this Hemet and so all the Hadith so he will not show that he has something to ship doesn't

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out of honor and respect

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Rahim Allah God

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He also anytime that you feel that there is somebody needing advice, he will give it to scholar. Even he reconciliate he heard that Emanuel Jose have a very bad view of Abu Hanifa that was a in Syria burhani Venezuela the he said very very strong statement against the behemoth so what happened in Mobarak? He did.

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He brought a book and he said what do you think of this? Let me say wow, whoever wrote this whoever said this is a scholar. So read about this. That's even better. An intelligent who wrote this, he said this is a Hadith

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he said that's the man that you criticize. Then he said a stone for Allah. I didn't know that he is that good?

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No, he didn't come and said You wrote his show him yet he disagree with me with a lot of things have been robotic. But you understand the value of Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah see how he cares about reconciliation between the scholars? It's not like today I'm so happy to find this person said bad things about that person. I take it and I rule on it start a fight. I love to see fight between people. It's not like that Rahim Allah.

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let me end with this mazing stories about him by him a lot that

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he died in 10th from Oban.

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181 Hijiri Subhanallah when he was coming back

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he wasn't in the ship.

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And he was like so sick. And he said after he said we

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I wish that I can drink uh, so we it is

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the closest thing to it today oatmeal.

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The closest thing to like oatmeal said I wish I can eat oatmeal.

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Then they look everywhere whereas oatmeal and they found someone in the ship has oatmeal.

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And so hubby said so and so has oatmeal. We can buy some from your take from him some oatmeal for you.

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Then he said what you do is if you work for the government, you sell him what to eat his food. I don't know if his money is hot or not.

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And he died and he didn't eat it

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today and he's Pamela halaal Halal haram right wrong income okay Income No. Okay. We don't care.

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She I want to have a job. Young mean, teenagers told me I want to get this job. Yeah, but this is not a job.

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It's a job. I'll make money. Yeah, it's not about making money is that I'll have money helot or not.

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But yes, every ready to drop the ball from now to lower the bar from now.

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What are you going to do when you have family?

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Now you don't have family. You're just making the money for the sake of just paying for your luxury luxury things, or maybe for really good reasons.

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But not talking about not judging every job but the concept is not in the head. Is this head out or not? This is allowed or not.

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And then robotic doesn't believe it's haram this money this man's but he doesn't want to be even in the gray area.

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The story that I want to end with which is unbelievable story. He used to go to hedge.

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This session where we're what kind of person we talk about

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why Safin a third is that I couldn't be like him even for three days.

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He said let's go for Hajj.

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So the people model said let's go it's like a group hedge. And imagine I tell everybody clearly exam center here. We gotta go for hedge group.

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So everybody enlisted and he said I have a condition. What I take care of you I'm in charge.

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So in the hedge group, he is to cook for them, make the food for them. And he said all your money Give it to me and charge you the money. So everybody give him some raw, like the money they collected in a pouch. They tied it and they give it to him and he market. Mohammed Mohammed Abdullah, okay. Aisha, whatever her name, okay. So they go bring the food they eat the fancy food, everything. Then they go to Mac and after they make the hug

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They go to Medina and they stay in Medina. And obviously they stay in a place which you call hotels today Han and stuff like that food drink. Then after we finished it now after we did the Hajj and we visited Medina, now go to the market buy gifts for your family, you still have a little bit of money left in your budget. Do I still have money? Yes, it still I manage it very well. She sure is it yeah.

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Go buy gifts, they go buy again. And he again, gift again and the way back. So everybody buy gifts for their family, and they buy a gift again. Then when they reach back home, oh my god, he must be more than what we spent. Then after everybody comes back tomorrow, he said, Now I have a dinner to celebrate our journey together.

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So the whole entire group comes. And they have this beautiful dinners meat unit.

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And after each and every one eat. He gives them their pouch which has the money back each and every one of them.

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He never opened it.

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What happened? He said I never intend to take any money from any one of you. You can keep your money all your trip was on me.

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That's another level.

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That's something you never read about anyone else.

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And I will say this.

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That's not only because he has money.

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His Generosity did not start it from having a lot of money

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is the generosity of the soul of the heart of the spirit.

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There's a lot of people have money.

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But they're not generous.

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No money control them.

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But this men control the money.

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I hope that the life of men robotic can inspire on us. So many different meanings, so many things that we can do in our life, to have a better life. And that's the whole point of studying the life of the scholars. Thank you for being great listeners patient with me and those who have missed this, this lecture from the beginning. You can go and listen to the show online and benefit from this and the previous one last week as well. mirrorless Python ALLAH forgive the Mobarak mailscanner dalla raise his level and gender and benefit us from His knowledge and gather us with him in the letter name and make us among those who will follow his footsteps and the scholars like him and to benefit

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us from what we hear and what we say. Some Allah has sent a man and Amina Muhammad woman select Johan Johan komak.

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