Inspiring Message On The Beauty Of Quran With At Sisters Of Sunnah

Wisam Sharieff

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All praise and thanks are due to Allah subhanho wa Taala who has given me the opportunity to share some time with you today. I praise and thank Allah subhanho wa Taala for the men

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gift that we have, and most importantly, I praise and thank Allah subhanho wa Taala to be able to share time with people that I would have not otherwise been able to meet, but because of our relationship to Allah subhanho wa Taala and our love for the Quran, Allah brought us together. So I start today

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by asking Allah Hello

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Kate with those whom I can't see, but have the same intent and purpose as I would if I was trying to learn Quran. So I extend to you not only the words and praise of Allah subhana wa ala Alhamdulillah, I would ask you to stay the same at home. Okay, listen, say I'll do the

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best I also extend a salutation which you've heard a bazillion times.

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But today it's going to be a salutation not for to remind you about this world but in the hereafter. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam reminded us and Allah subhanho wa Taala says, as well in the Quran in surah, noon, that

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a person that made a Peace and blessings of Allah subhanho wa Taala, showered down and made the that Peace be with you here. And there's a heavy that I would like to start today out with. And that is about the people of Ghana, they will enter into the paradise, and they'll kind of have settled in and the 1000s of years will have passed.

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And we will come and meet each other, the sound heavy. And the profit so long. While it was Helen said people would come and gather together, maybe they hadn't seen each other or that had you know shared some relationship through Quran and Islam. And they would say, remember that day I remember that day when when we realized that we made it. Remember that day, when the pleasure of Allah subhanho wa Taala had entered into our heart.

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And that day was a day that you realize there you were going to make mistakes, and you were going to learn about Islam and you're going to take classes. But overall you had accepted a loss of unawatuna Allah as your Lord Mohammed to receive the loss of love on its own as your prophet and Islam as your way of life. And then after that, you just kind of made it right. And we all have circles. and sisters, I'm going to be speaking about that a lot today. But try to remember that date, whether it's today, or the isn't Allahu taala. Whether it's when you really cook and that feeling comes to you that yes, maybe I don't have a teacher available for me, and maybe I'm learning online. But this

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is what I want to do. This is what I want to do. So before we start today, if you could repeat these words, it says the Prophet peace be upon him. So Allahu alayhi wa sallam made and he made this three times in the morning and three times in the evening, we found this hadith narrated in divinity. It's a probably to be the latter he or what Bill is lanie de know what the mohammedi nebia ob two I am satisfied biLlahi that Allah is my Lord. What is learning Dena and that Islam is my way of life. No matter what comes my way no matter how people want it. No matter how alienated Islam become. It will lead to be larger than what Islamic Dino will be more hammered in Namibia. And no matter how people

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look at his interaction with women, or what Islam has to what

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They think it says about the man woman relationship. I make I am proud to say that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is our final messenger and final phrase. So to you I say,

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Mo aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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And when you respond, I might not actually hear it. But that's the amazing part about our relationship is I don't need to hear you say that Peace be upon you again, because by you being here, you intend peace for me. If there were, there are so many little things at the bottom, things that allow for speaking and someone said, shukran, and I appreciate that. But if there was no one to hear my word, then I wouldn't get the blessing of this talk. So I thank you all, for the opportunity. And this means, and this is going to help us understand what type of relationship Islam intends from us. It's not.

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It's not that we want from people we give as much as we can, because Allah asked us to, and then in return, if someone reciprocate, it's because they love you, too. They love you for the sake of Allah. So we try to cultivate this when we talk about our religion, because today isn't in that era, I would like to break the talking to three very basic components. And that is, number one, why is it that sisters need to step up to the plate right now in relationship to

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in relationship to what is then what is it that the Quran needs from us, you've all probably heard a small lecture on that. And finally, I would like you to know what you can do next, the Illuminati to Allah. So I'm going to quickly here, recheck. And that one of the sisters can let me know if the sound does cut out, or it gets inaudible someone will just drop me a text at the bottom. Otherwise, I'll continue to speak here, the dryer that I said, so I can repeat is probably too, with a raw and abroad, probably to be law, he

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is learning D Now, wabi Mohammed in nebbia. And the child I'd like to repeat this dog throughout the day, so someone says, so when you talk about, I talked about a lot of things, but us being satisfied with Allah will make us be satisfied with the laws that Allah Subhana Allah gave him. And that's really key, right? As women in, in this time and age, and in this religion, we have quite a bit to deal with. So let's just start very much at the beginning. Allah subhanaw taala has asked five basic components from us.

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And as sisters, sometimes we get detached from these responsibilities, because you're not sure, you're not sure who to listen to, right, there's so many things that our sister is intended to do. And on top of that, I said this to a group of sisters. In Sacramento, just last week there a young bunch of sisters, so so you can understand where I'm coming from. They're all in like that eighth, eighth grade to ninth eighth grade to pay for the rest of you. That's about 13 to 17. So in that age, I mentioned to them, they're like when we go to the masses, we're not covered enough, no matter how much they're covered. And you also said no, that no matter how much you try, there's always

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someone saying, Oh my God, we can do our hands. Oh, no. And then there are those when they step out of the market. It's like, Oh, my God, why are you so covered? Right? So it's this constant struggle back and forth where you want to get a job, you want to cover yourself, but you also want to seem and and feel, feel beautiful. So these two dichotomies sometimes overshadow the real potential of systems. And that potential is that they are the gems and the treasures of this religion. They are the princesses of what is this mean? When a sister has a responsibility to carry on, she can influence her family more than anybody else. It seems difficult in the beginning. So the first thing

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that the way we find out that a woman is a support and hold on the program that she carries that she studies, it can be a great light for her not only in the Hereafter, but it can become her mo it can become her the icon by which you follow. So let's start with number one shall Allah, the first revelation to mankind the first revelation to the Prophet, peace be upon him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as you all know is through a 96 ayah one through five, one through six.

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With a loss of Hiawatha, Allah says,

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this meal on the levee

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at home, that Allah subhanho wa Taala, in his glorious book, in the first revelation to mankind encouraged us to read the pictures, I really want to poke your attention here for a second, it wasn't reading the name of your beautiful mother or reading the name of the flow of the rolling mountains. It was read in the name of your Lord who created you. It's a logical thought process. A lot of analysts Allah is asking us to rise up and above the concept of male, female, emotional, spiritual, intellectual versus rational, is asking us to rise up above these things, and be satisfied that the creator made us and that we are going to turn to him. So read in the name of your

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board. Those of you who are unaware and unable to read the book of Allah, make sure to ask in the question box at the bottom, how you can start to learn to read now that I don't want to take too much time but it's learn to read on.com that's a whole different story, or different story. So we're going to get there. The first revolution now upon a man upon a prophet, the prophet peace be upon him, he comes down from the mountain, seeing and experiencing I'm going to use a word in English anxiety, overwhelmed a feeling. And we sometimes sisters, we experienced this feeling, a sense of anxiety, a sense of well, I don't know what to do. How can I balance family? How can I balance this,

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the prophet peace be upon him carrying this strength, strenuous anxiety came down to his home, where he found a mature sound and what I would like to call a balanced woman. He found Khadija Viola husana, who remember the product of law while he was selling them being younger, we could say, would be someone who's not as mature, he comes down, he looks into the horizon, and the entire horizon is filled with the, the midsection of the angel. Upon the narration of some narrations. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the angels the burials, one wing could have encompassed the globe could have encompassed the earth. And when he inquired to the angel and said, How many wings

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he had the angel Gabriel said there are angels who have more than 5000 wings. What are why this concept? Why am I bringing this up? Because I want you to put yourself in those shoes. We're seeing something that you're like, Okay, I can understand that belt, I can understand an angel, but how can you understand the concept of 1000 wings? And what does that even mean? 1000 wings? And how do you? How do you fathom something about this size. So first thing we're going to accept, there are going to be part

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of the spiritual realm that we don't understand. And when that part comes, we say lovely to the land of the aroma, and I am satisfied with you as my Lord, You created these things, and I'm going to accept them. So he comes down the Prophet peace be upon him to this complete and stable woman. And he says to her, he's able to share his anxieties. Now, this is an example that you will find in your annex study, you'll get overwhelmed it whether it's reading vocabulary, that we use fluency, I shut off

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the memorization, how to concentrate more on your prayer, sometimes these things become overwhelming. What you can do is have a person, whether it's a spouse, whether it's you who's going to try to work on enabling this characteristic for yourself, be a support killer, let someone come up to you, someone close to you and say, I think I just saw an angel. Now the key phrase is why we say that she was stable after the practice of law it was someone was encouraged to read, to find in the name of his Lord, the one who created him and created him from a cloth. He was able to come to his wife and say smbd covered is not an irrational statement. This was compassion. And this is what

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Allah subhanho wa Taala has put double quotes. And if we look at the Hadees, threefold more are at the feet of the mother, threefold more of compassion, of that, that mercy. It's there in a woman. So she said to him, you're not crazy. You're not overwhelmed. She wrapped him into quote, she did what he asked for, gleaned his trust, and then told him rational thought my beloved sister, because sometimes thick headed males including all of us, we, we want to believe that we're in control. So number one step learn to read and also become a

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vailable for compassion, because compassion is something that your counterpart lack. They want to believe that they have it but we don't know how to know Allah subhanho wa Taala so this is a DR coming out of the mouth of a school of law. It's a it's a, it's a follow up to his wife, cover me in the quote, she then supported him with three rational statements, not emotional, you can't be crazy because you feed the poor, you can't be put you're not possessed, you're not out of your mind because you take care of the orphans because you take care you keep your you keep your word, she solidified his character, and upon did the second component of what goes on once a month. What Allah

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subhana wa Allah revealed in Surah, number 73 and 74 the is start and in Ayah number four, Allah subhana wa tada points out the second thing that we need to that we very specifically need to give

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its correct articulation is correct pronunciation.

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de la to recite,

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appeal to

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the law, lowly, calculated and with a basic rhythm.

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Now there are two major things we get overwhelmed with sometimes it's how can I learn to read? And how can I have a relationship with

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the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam instructed us to learn the letters, the sound, and to constantly be in a struggle. Did you see how I'm kind of paralleling the talk here, the Quran wants to be read, it wants to be recited correctly.

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But as we're learning to read, we're also learning that knowledge needs a spiritual base, knowledge needs time, so that it can flourish. And in that, we find out that the flourishing of knowledge, the flourishing of your art, is not going to be solely just reading it, and trying to take classes on it. But it's going to be reciting the Quran and making it a enjoyable activity. And this is where I'll give you a small example.

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Say the word like I'm not there must be multiple languages across the board here, but just hum and say, hi.

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And when you press your lips, when you make a mean sound, is there is a melodious like a sinner sound. We all need the necessity when we all when we hold our children, you hum right? And that soothing sound, it settles the heart. do an example with me here, when you say is the meme in the Arabic language when you say it correctly with the W on top. Just listen to the sound not knowing the meaning or anything that when you say more, how

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do

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you feel a humming sound, you have a clear, stable sound and settle the heart. My beloved sisters when the going gets tough, and this talk could be the best talk in the world and you learn about Quran and Islam, which are all knowledgeable things, I want you to also turn back to this book as sisters. So that is a spiritual calming feeling. And I bring this back to Robbie to be learn more about what we learned in the known what the mohammedi nebia and in this sound, we are satisfied with Allah. Brian wanted us to read number two, it wants to be recited. And number three, as revealed in Surah number 74 these are all the first four and five is I'm going in order of revelation it for our

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Muslim men and modesitt who are under Allah subhanho wa Taala told us that after seeking knowledge if the law then we will move to the next phase which was spirituality reading books on and having a spiritual relationship with Allah. Allah Allah that was exclusive. Now let's talk about exclusivity for a second. A lot of times it did you take an online class, maybe you give someone advice, maybe you read

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you read some books on on your own to prepare, you know, for for a talk that you're giving. But a lot of times one of the components that's left out is speaking to a lot of Hiawatha Allah alone, where if I'm going to say tahajjud prayer and we all know how, how heavy that is it and how

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It's not the easiest thing to come about you try your best when you want to. But after your 200 pair or maybe you're waking up and after pleasure or during the day, you're taking time out to make to refer to parts of prayer. And these knuckle prayer or voluntary prayers are solely so that you can say to Allah, Allah, I'm thankful. Allah thank you for today. A lot of times sisters we turn to Allah we ask there's a lot to ask from Allah subhana wa tada and I encourage you to continue asking, but one of the things we don't do is we don't speak to Allah subhana wa Tada. And when when Allah gives us the chance to read Quran, when we read, we make a blog or have a inclination in our heart

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and speak to Allah as embassies it towards the end. As Maria said, I want it how I was able to do as the wife around a car or the love of God on her. I she made this law to Allah subhana wa Tada. She constantly spoke to Allah in depth. She said, Let's take the example just for a moment here in the spiritual realm. When Maryam Salama Allah has mom was making law now this is why you'll find it through an alley in Milan. It's like the third page where she's raising her hand and some narration said that she even placed her hands on her belly. Mafi dog one knee more how

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she puts her hand possibly a raise them or she placed them on her stomach. And she said this is Miriam mom. She said, Oh Allah, except what's in my stomach for the company. Now you're thinking, Okay, what kind of spiritual Why's this you should have been making righteous do offer righteous children? No, but she made the duar veal, you get it? She was she moved from the natural movement, and she made a gesture Marcy buckler needs de marhaba in my stomach. And when she said this, she realized that she made her do our real, what we would call real time. So if you're going through trouble peak to Allah have a closer relationship to Allah. And this, this helps to settle anxieties

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is number one. Number two, look at Ostia, the wife has set out in the last two aisles of suicide cream, which is to a 66 in the last three verses. And I wish that this is something that we can study inshallah, in the coming future is just to as a theme where Allah points out three types of women. So in this, she points she's sitting in a palace and gal, can you imagine sitting in a palace, and this is not any old palace, is that all right? She's sitting there, lavish silk and cashmere, drapery visited overseas and been to some of the policies and able to see the lavishness that the kings of the past lived in. And she said a lot of growth for me a home where she didn't

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say, see, she's sitting in her home, real time to our real time conversation with Allah, Allah Donna blog, I want you to memorize, and we're going to memorize a lot together in sha Allah. But you're going to start making a conscious effort. If you want a relationship with this Ramadan, you're going to read, recite and communicate with your Lord. She said, Give me a home base in this like, a like I'm in the best of homes here. And at that time, she was in the best of policies. And what is she asking for? She's asking for a home with a loved one. So when the going gets tough, and time gets, time gets a little overwhelming. And I feel like sisters have the right to complain about time more

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than brothers do, right? Because at the end of the day, a brother just said it to me the other day. He said, You know, I was complaining to my wife again and again that you know, what's the big deal, you take care of the kids at home, I go to work. And the sisters husband

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kept complaining about this. And I just met him this weekend. And he said with my wife's mom fell sick, so she had to leave home and I had to take care of the kids for like three or four days. And he goes I couldn't go to the bathroom with the door closed. I couldn't eat, I couldn't do anything. And when my wife came home, I realized that what she does is tremendous. So this is we do realize that there is an overwhelming feeling. When you want to study the deen you want to come closer to the religion but Allah I don't want to Allah has blessed you with treasures of children treasures of keeping the home well knows that this is the time to turn to Allah and you can flat out say a lot.

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I'm trying a lot. I want to make more. A lot. I want to pray more.

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And

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repetitively means a lot when you can talk to a lot and feel contempt, and move away from guilt and move away from discomfort.

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So keep this in mind real time. So you've got the spiritual component, l to r q calm is going to teach you how to read in sha Allah. It's the knowledge component. Spirituality though takes a while to develop, and sometimes spirituality when it develops. When you're alone, you're not sure whether you're right or not. So as a hadith narrated by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his words are that you must the heart, it acts as a legitimising. It acts as a settler of guilt of anxiety and depression. When the heart when you say to your heart a lot I don't know if I'm doing the right thing. I'm trying to learn to read I'm trying to make the 100 but I don't have that much time. Then

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you have to turn to Allah and also except what do you what do you think I'm going to make now? Are we to be live your bone what Islam Deena what the Mohammed in Abuja, you can make the dua Oh Allah, even if I did praise dodges online, it wouldn't have been enough. So you offset the anxiety barometer. And then why do I keep attacking this? Because there are tools that shape one uses to defer you from studying from learning from being settled. And the third component, so you saw the spirituality realm there. The third component was to rise and to warn people.

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And a lot of times, our sisters, the rising and mourning, and I'm gonna shout out, you know, my UK sisters here, right? There's a lot going on where you want to go out and you want to teach. I'm sure there's a lot in the United States to vote. I mean, we have a lot of things going on here. But in the UK, it's a smaller, tighter community. So sometimes sisters are always the MSA president and sisters are always in the forefront. It become almost daunting, because when you start working and you start advocating, or onic literacy when you start teaching, it becomes Oh, she's a girl, but she taught them or the I love this one. Why should girls memorize Quran? And I'm like, I'm pushing you

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to memorize, memorize and said, Oh, they don't need to leave. Like what? That doesn't make any sense at all. That's not why you memorize Quran so that so that the only reason so you can memorize Quran. So girls have this cultural uphill battle. And then you have the zeal and love for the deen. And this gets crossed in the middle when when brothers don't pick up their slack. I know there's one brother online brother who's getting let's get the brothers started in sha Allah, let's try our best. Getting back to the activism point.

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The activism point, if women are able to understand their role, if we're able to comprehend where we stand as as a gender, because Allah subhanho wa Taala has created women with certain characteristics that men don't have and that is the compassion. If you look at the ability of patient that is in a woman number that you are

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Zakaria, his wife the main ceremony in Salaam and it has mother, if you look at her law, she we this is a woman who has a child in her belly. And this is the only creature that Allah subhanaw taala has made. A female is the only gender that can be punched on the inside of a stomach and will still say, Oh look, my babies, my babies moving. I mean, if you tried punching a guy in it would move a punch back. It's unfortunate, but Allah has put that behind him. And this is something you can use to your capability. I'm going to give you a few example. If you listen to female scholarship, Dr. Hashmi, Amina Eli, he, there's so many female scholars that I can take reference to but I will point out not

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enough. They give advice as a mother only a mother can. But when a man a scholar, a male scholar speak, it's very much warning. And it's very much it's very heavy said well, this is what's important. And this is what concerns what sisters bring to the table which is very unique is a sense of apathy. And that to not apathy, empathy, to feel and to be able to step into the shoes of those who are making mistakes. Let me give you a quick example. When a sister when a brother sees a sister who doesn't wear hijab, what's the first thing we say? gotta wear a job that did yada yada yada yada yada, but guess what, I don't want a job and I don't have to. So that's it's a very double edged

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sword like well, you have to and that's it when you are sharing

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intimacy, how with another female, then you can also realize that you don't have to jump the gun to immediately say, this is what you need to do. But you can enter into that sisters mind frame and say, well in sha Allah start to cover yourself a little bit more, isn't it? so awkward? And this is, this is what I try to do more often. Isn't it awkward that men want women to uncover. So we have somehow convinced everyone in the world about feminism and about girl power. And at the end of the day, it works out for all the guys write it, however you slice it, women are still uncovering, and for the male population on Islamic, that's great. They good for us, you know, but women are being

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encouraged at all, you know, be large and in charge. And if you've got it, locked it and you know, hijab is no question and it's all over American TV. And it's just this constant bombardment.

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But you all are the very unique few who can carry this. And when you bring that up, and I bring that up with with sisters who are thinking about Java, just thinking about making, I don't want to make hijaab the line in the sand, it is a great step. But it's making that commitment to be less

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judgmental of other people and more in line with Allah subhanho wa Taala. Let me give you an example here, when you bring up to a sister that you want

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all women to be covered and to be respected. And that someone can look beautiful and feel attractive. But they don't need to block that in order for it to be attractive. Then you kind of change the psyche of a person.

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In the timing age that we live in right now, physical, the outward relations, or the outward physical demeanor of a woman, it means a lot, you can immediately look at a girl and if it's a job and very tight clothes, then you kind of put her in a box if it's a job with a skirt, and you put her in a box. I mean, yo Bob, different story. And if you got pulled out, I mean, my family's you know, I mean, we got ninja action all at my house too.

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But what hurts me is when sisters in these various groups, they kind of judge that person before they've given them the chance to talk. So sometimes the non hijabi will look at the nipawin like oh no first thing she's gonna say is cover up. Whereas our relationship our responsibility

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is more towards activism.

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conscious, open minded,

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hearing empathy of what situation a person is going through. Now, on encourages this on several occasions, and I know this might be a heavier topic, I want you to realize that sisters have a what they call, a tendency to want to want to give advice. And sometimes the advice comes out a little bit heavy. And sometimes it's advice is held under I'm giving naseeha now on both sides, we need to realize the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a cultivator. He was a farmer of the soul. So he would cultivate the feeling the probe for males, it was a very rational. Look at the sun, the moon, the stars, and for females, it was also the compassion. Don't you see your mother, one than the

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other one? She went through the difficulty upon difficulty? Do you not see the beauty of women? Do you not see the treasure that Allah Allah has made? So when trying to be active with us, I recommend and I asked that a lot North Allah give us a chance to be

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and I'm looking forward properly. It's not as easy. I'm talking to myself here basically, talking to a camera.

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So if I saw you right now, I would tell you to cultivate the seed

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of Islam, the love of Allah subhanho wa Taala and the character of Mohammed character is an example. In being active, love for Allah. A firm understanding of Islam, not just one or two rules did take this into heart. And number three, a character of the prophets a lot of money with them. I give you an example. And this will close the first part.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam walked into his home, one of his wife and i don't know maybe we'll make this a little interactive. Can anyone answer which is the Prophet wife was a convert from the Jewish religion and was a little bit older.

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If anyone can ask you that, I'll continue. So that wife, she was in the house and she was with another wife. Where am I

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leave their names out. Good job. Oh, hamdulillah. Sophia, very good. Great.

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For you mentioned her name. So I will say I have totally a lot of data on her. I don't mention their names because as a guy, I feel there are moms, right. So when I mentioned, like a coral that they get into, sometimes they just take too much profits a lot. But you're right. Sophie, already a lot of Donna. So look, it happened sisters in real life. That's what I like about. That's what makes sense about Islam. It's real. So you don't have to be holier than thou go out there. You can embrace your womanhood embrace your being caddy. And sometimes, I know that's not the most comfortable thing. But I asked my sisters, they said it was okay to say. So the two of them Discord. Okay, one

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way, or the other way, you're, you're the daughter of a do. Not the nicest thing to say right. And then he was like what, and they went back and forth, the particular law is entered. Now, he could have walked in and said, the most holier than thou statement, you are the mothers of the Prophet, the mothers of the believers. I am a prophet of be nice, be righteous. He didn't say any of those things. He emphasized and turned to the theology of love with on on time goes, Yeah, the Jews, they had a lineage of prophethood. So you are the daughter of a prophet either emphasizing, he was confident he loves de la. So he brought Prophethood into it, he had knowledge of the religion, and

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his character was loving. So he said, You're the daughter of a prophet. Now what he shifts over the attention goes over to the first wife who made the comment. And you're kind of still smiling, but you have to create a point and he goes, and you're the wife of a prophet. Right? So it's kind of like she showed up? She smiled as well. Oh, you did? Excellent. So you heard this example? I'm glad that you heard this example. And now, both wives are smiling. Now you try to figure this out, girl. Can you imagine if we all got into a little tip and you tried to settle it this way? No, it would have been like, oh, the carpets had to be nice and this and that. But sometimes we don't allow

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healing to be real. We don't allow, we don't allow ourselves to feel because we and I say the word we shackle it through Islam. So this is the activism that I'd like to push you towards the moral of the story. have love for Allah, understanding of the religion. And I really mean this complete understanding don't come up with,

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you know, while it says this in one Hadees. So I have to do it. Guys, I was out there to in a very strict,

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specific way of giving an answer. And then I started realizing that the religion was very bad. There would be people who covered and I'm sorry, my beloved sister, there will be people who won't. I hope that you know, all 61 of us are amongst those who are blessed with the gift of hijab and modesty. But in the world that we live in, and with Jay Leno's wife on the odd thought to get a job band, it's going to be tough. And I think if you wear hijab, you should be thankful to a lot more than anything else. Really, I know, it's tough, I swear to you, it is not easy at all. And it's even worse, because then you get to see people without the job, and they're all dolled up and they get

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the attention that you are, but it's a gift, knowledge, spirituality activity, will take a small cause here. I mean, now left behind God bless you all tremendously for what you've done. And I'm glad that you heard that, you know, some of you are taking your references and you're cross referencing them. So knowledge says, I need you to start to learn to read correctly, and start to

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move, make the basic recitation, the basic reading, start to make it more of a fundamental part. I mean, I mean, to say this with due respect, but how many times you've seen a girl she doesn't wear hijab, or Oh, my God, or she doesn't do something that you deem religious, but all of us, but the hobby, the hobby that your body and everything in between.

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If we don't know how to read, it doesn't, doesn't offend anyone, right. But I would recommend that we start their spirituality, my sisters who don't wear hijab, or don't cover the way that they want to. And when I say, don't cover that means I'm only talking to those who feel it in their hearts. It just yesterday, a sister sat with me and she said, By the time I work a job for two years I really wanted to I stopped for whatever reason I could give you her story you would sympathize with her. But at the end of the day, she said look, brother Sam, I know I have to. So for those of you who don't and know that you should, all I'm asking you to do is in the evenings ask Allah because at the

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end of the day, Allah subhanho wa Taala can change everything but just to make the law overall good.

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To unsatisfied, probably to be lucky or a lot satisfied with us, my lord the law he robbed

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me, Deena what the Mohammed in nebbia.

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So I'm going to take a quick town soundcheck.

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You can hear me it's going, Okay.

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I mean, I'm,

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I'm going to try it. Yeah. Excellent. I'm going to try to record these drives and make some other

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API move too much.

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I'll try to record this draw. And we'll get it done. And now we need to kind of push the envelope forward. There are three examples of women in Sure. So now you all you're with me, I'm kind of just coaching myself along here. Three things, knowledge, spirituality and activism. But activism for a woman is going to be different. You don't need to be

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brothers or obnoxiously

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pushy sometimes. Like I told you, this is Brian, you have to do it. That's because that's the way our brain works. Right? And, and I work on that too. But I'm speaking to you all now. Let's try to bring a softness that was there. Now I'm going to make a transition.

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I'm going to make a transition into a concept here.

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musante setup now this is something crosses the line a lot of people are going to maybe

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not take as well. Let me ask your sister, I saw a mirror. How much time do I have left?

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Approximately.

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Thank you.

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Roughly. Okay, I'll go with it. I knew our must need to do important thing. ever so much. I was so excited for this.

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I mean, this is such a long time coming back small, so fast. For a moment. Sisters are literally a university through which children pass.

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And this is like so necessary. So I'm going to try to stay focused here. But this part it comes with as much love as I can get as much

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as the brother of two sisters.

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Having no brothers, you know, trying my best to

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empathize as much as I can here guys, I want you to kind of go big scope with me here for a second.

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When Mossad is gonna go big scope here, so you're gonna have to step away from

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you as an individual, I want you to look at women as as creatures as a group as treasure, Okay, this one treasure that Allah subhanho wa Taala made and gave, they are have something that she is born have to play on. So when you read the story of moosari, Sarah, who and I'm going to give you as much male ego here as you can, he's walking through the desert, the bottom of his slippers have literally, I imagine, you know,

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your crop being worn away, and he's walking, basically the bottom is touching against the burnt ground blistered towards his tongue in his bright green from sucking on the water burying plants in the desert, and he's exhausted big circles around his eyes, he gets there. And the only description of the young lady who was trying to get water later on, became his wife, who was trying to get water was after he, you know, the male part of him, stepped in and he pushed away the other guy he got, he watered her flock, they were little tiny, too cheap, some narrative. So I mean, just imagine this, you know, a young lady comes by, and he eats them up the water, and then he kind of just, he doesn't

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even realize it happens to guys a lot. We do things in emotion, and we kind of just rush through it. And we think that we've done something, and then he kind of he laid back and then he took rest against the shape. You can imagine the exhausted he hadn't even put water on his own face. She walked over Allah doesn't tell us her name. Alex Anwar Donna doesn't tell us

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anything except the word Arliss. DCI.

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This is that she walked over with modesty.

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Now if we as and I say we so that you can kind of try to include me into this. It says if we don't accept that were female, our religion will be able to blossom. Why did Allah subhanho wa Taala point out this walk because a woman is at

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Treasure even before she opened her mouth.

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Now the picture, if we feel like no, we're equal, and we're gonna be the same as all the other guys out there, and we're gonna do exactly what brothers do then I'm sorry, girlfriend, you didn't figure out that Allah subhanaw taala made you with different parts. And if he made you with different parts, then you got to be available to respect those parts.

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Point number one, the female as an entity is a treasure. And just like a great treasure is it is not a garden. If it is not, if it doesn't know how to carry itself, and it doesn't realize, Oh, you know, you know you get very spirited? No, I'm just trying to get a girlfriend when you try to give power to a boy, no nuclear power to a boy. Yummy. So that why do I tell you that? Because you're like, Oh, what is the chauvinistic way he's talking, you know, number one, Allah pointed that out. Number two, the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? I'm sure you have some questions, I'll wrap it up.

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With lm narrative, the big point,

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I told you a few things from the topics, a lot of them said before the coming of the Day of Judgment. And I know we like to talk about the time

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35 or 35th 35th, that will come to women

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that will come to mankind. And these 30 seconds, or these 30, trials, diseases, these 30 atrocities

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would come to mankind before a global order was taken over. And a antichrist was

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not the easiest thing about

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that another. This is something I studied during my bachelor's, and it's not talked about a lot isn't that as awkwardly as the Prophet peace be upon and also said that the last

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the last disease,

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all my beloved, listen to this.

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Listen to this with an open mind.

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Just got into my car hit you like, Whoa, what are we talking about? The barely

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the final of the 30 3030 diseases.

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File doesn't make sense, guys. gotta think big picture here would be that men would have to shackle their women.

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Because women would be fighting and would be

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going back and forth to gain equal

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and equal level not equal rights.

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The globalization

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the acceptance of a godless world wouldn't be

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what was

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because she had certain sizes. Who would be doing

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your thing, men or women in their house.

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I'm going about 15 years back when I was writing about this originally

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15 years ago, now in

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the WWF wrestling men's Wrestling Federation, the champion of the Wrestling Federation, they also awkwardly steroids woman, and she was the male.

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The girl could do anything. Sounded bizarre. I found this very awkward. But I said whatever one thing, let it go.

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Then the Powerpuff Girl came up,

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pushing for girl power, women in power. Again, sounds really nice to the year. But remember, a juicy cartoon is telling you to get out there and you're the same.

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Okay, let's push the envelope a little bit further. Then doing separate medical studies and my mom.

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She said,

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a pediatrician Alhamdulillah. I only say that so you can understand that she has some authority to do this. He said

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they're coming out with a new pill. All the tissues are starting to go haywire. And if there are any young girls with us, I hope that you should be able to take this and it's a medication to birth control medication that stops the cycle. So initially, what came out physicians was it was to stop the cycle you would have a cycle one

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The year

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now,

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you know what

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Elon never intended for us to have a title every month.

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studies are trying to do this and trying to do that it would be great.

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Kind of something that made me feel like that's something I love cooking is something that Allah cleanse, despite the drama, or he might come across as

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a push towards more masculine, muscular women who could be strong, large and in charge of push for equality, and then this push to kind of stop feminist

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feminism completely right, you should be in charge of

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that. Please take this a step further. I need to kind of know that the virtual, you're all with me here that God describes a lot of different women. That woman who married Mozart, how did she walk? She walked and grab attention. Crunchy,

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takes an internalization, that I am a treasure. And even if a treasure reveal lightly, even if you can just see the blink blink catches the eye immediately. Not just about the cover, but it's about the way girls, let me tell you, I mean, I see sisters at conferences all the time. There might be covered all up here. But they know how to work it. And that's a problem. That's not you like, Why Why bother? Why try to work what you're trying to cover. If I remember when I told you about those girls at the high school, they wanted to go to one direction new Direction concert. But they also wanted to be covered. Right? It was it was it I'm naked in the masjid and I'm not naked enough

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outside the mosque it is this double world that's not gonna fit together. So we have to accept and I'm sure I got the name of that group. Yeah, doing doing, I forgot the name of the group long pointed. When we start thinking of me, Fatima, or mean, me sister Amira and I started thinking as women in general, I started to realize that a global order

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a global order, would not be able to come under control, and

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women were stripped of the concept of feminine femininity.

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You just make up the word feminine. Feminism is a word 1949. Guys, it's so new, please. Islam is the original giver of right. femininity, thank you femininity. So they want you to skip this. I'm going to now I'm going to go into the next level here. So we've got medications that stop you from being a woman. There's a great article about women who is taking medication now to stop to stop the lactating post. It's amazing. I don't even know where to go with this one. Because in the hospital we're delivering there are packages to deliver a baby that are professional packages, where will the token drip you as soon as you get in, you know, start you to immediately induce labor, and then the

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medication will get you out, you'll be back to work in 48 hours.

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What it's like, it's like those weird hudge packages that get you in and the more expensive The package is, the less time you spend. It's not it's not woman, forget it's mom for a second. Don't forget it. But you know what I mean? Like, leave this for a moment, they're stripping away this thing and I'm gonna go this step further. There are parts that are less requested that we draw our veils over.

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I'm gonna go to a newer here, have lots of headlights on I gave certain parts of that. You know, when people wear their bags across their back.

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You think guys are stupid, that they don't realize where your sex goes across. But it's about No, I'm a woman, I'm in charge. If he can't handle it, if he can't handle it.

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He can't handle it. And that's up to him

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is there at the end of the day, Allah subhanaw taala made reference to the to the man and he said that the male creature could be as worse as a cow. Or to tell you guys they eat they go and they look right to try to find

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when you have these type of and I'm going to say the word an Islamic mentality. They don't care how much you're covered, but you're going to lose the concept of feminism. So the Dow or the Antichrist movement wants to prepare. And and trust me you haven't heard this type of speech because I'm even shunned from talking about it.

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These things because all sisters might get offended. At the end of the

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day, at least are there the sisterhood to be offended? by the time they're done with us? beloved sister ingleby, Natasha, and you've been

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so when you Charla May Allah, Allah protect us. I mean Allahumma salli wa sallam Allah,

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protect the Muslims, but then there's the 68% of the 68%, the 60% there 13% of the Islamic the US, we attend classes and you go to Harvard, they do, they do not billionaires, they do not among risk takers, guidance, shout out to all the other organizations, we go there, that's like, point 2%. And of that 13% of the Muslim population is active. Shake after coffee, we're sharing something that if one person comes to mustard for for everyone that comes there for who don't.

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So there's and there's 13%, who just doesn't pray at all. But then there's the 68%, in the middle,

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who don't know where the farm is going, and probably don't listen to these lectures and Gilmore Girls and white collar and I'm stuck. I'm like, I need some new shows.

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Gossip Girl, they dictate what they feel. And if Glee says this is how a woman should be, they just dress to fit the part but the mentality stick to the New World Order. I can't believe I said that. But that's what it is.

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So what I'm asking other sisters to do is to realize the bigger picture of how femininity is being stripped from the female, not from the Muslim. But eventually, and I live in Southern California, and I'm not, I'm going to try to bring it to a point here. You see,

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creatures who you don't even know the guy or girl. And I'm very serious. It's the generation after us. And I don't think we have everyone's probably closer to my my age, right? Where we think we're young. But there's this whole High School world with skinny jeans, short haircut malnutritioned. And they saw this one weird looking alien kind of thing. And I'm sorry, but yeah, not so email. The email was in the day was a back in the day kind of thing. But email has now taken on its own culture. It's a apathetic, so yes, email has been as evolved. When you say email. I, again, my mentality, I immediately think it goes to Gothic sad, but you're right. Right, it is more. It's more

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of this push for there not to be

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a distinction you can't tell I am. My name is Apple, who names your kid Apple, I mean, like it boys and girl who knows, but getting the feedback back to the point here was completed an hour. Yeah, and some

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pens on the ground guy, he has a good point. Now I kind of moved away from the topic because even I for years have shied away from saying these things. But sisters, if we do not accept motherhood is a gift, the ability to have children, nurture them, and literally care for them as a homemaker and to be proud of I am taking care of my children.

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I don't know what to tell you. I want you to learn to read, I want you to learn about the lives of the of the mothers of the believer.

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And I want you to become confident, but your confidence, confidence is a pillar upon which your male half non Guardian non owner your male half

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will lean against and when he is overwhelmed or he looks into the horizon and he sees the midsection of an angel, your direct is able there to support him.

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I will I will. I hope everyone can see this. And I will start to give you a few ideas.

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starting to understand that your womanhood is a gift and it's a treasure that should be cultivated. Now this is what the four on one, a woman who does not

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recognize her femininity and does not

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nurture

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and I am going to make reference to exercise and beautified this woman will two things happen from a CT or unexpressive perspective.

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The first thing that happens is you start to see nakedness.

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Outside, and it starts to make you uncomfortable about women. And you start to be like, you start to have discomfort towards them. In fact, man, the majority of women are hurting the cause. Not the religious cause, but the humanity cause I wish I could share with you a little bit more, you are discussing the job, no, his job I'm talking about.

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I'm talking about when the food is left outside,

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the base coming eat it. When males are constantly constantly bombarded with this feeling, or this, look, but don't touch mentality. Bad things happen. And I'm not talking about rape and stuff like that. I'm talking about this society. Yes, it's a lot bigger than his job, it hurts the society. And as a society, we start to see women as creatures, we start to see women as objects, creatures, we are we are all slaves of Allah. Yes, objectivity, we start, we start to become objective, objectified.

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And if you have the opportunity to look into them, you will realize that the last statement that I have been talking about is not changing his life up into a

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consequence.

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Or getting a lot

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of

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people have done and other people have not are not terrible, but one asset, Xena net 2028. The last section, the last page of

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cookies, were allowed to honor

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those who purchased forget, do not be like those who forget a lot for forgetting a lot, your Creator of forgetting, put the words in it, not recognizing that the luck created I

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don't remember the recording right before he's got on here.

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He was doing and he does

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not make us does not make us not know

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when you forget that a lot, a lot. And in turn, you have forgotten herself. Because you lose your identity.

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What makes you a woman

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identify with who have

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you to not be

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jealousy is normal. This is about jealousy. When you are trying to be a shackle, I don't want you to feel like you're blessed

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to be beautiful.

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And you're

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not shared with

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I included this three, four years ago that was reprimanded.

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But I think that is important

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relationships

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as I have been encouraging you to leave

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me that, that that work on your letter, I want you to start

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to start taking care of yourself. Not for a guy, I want you to be beautiful for yourself.

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And I mean this because

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parts of the career that Allah

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pointed out to the wives of the Prophet salon is

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that there will be those who may or may practice who took care of themselves.

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These are physical actions. And I have

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the opinion that a lot is not only a physical

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sanctification of a lot, but even the movement. A lot is encouraging a sense of

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the word here yoga, which means

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you can't get your black

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hunched over like this all day long. Yeah.

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creating beautiful, beautiful. The problem is when we being a job

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away from taking care of ourselves. There's so much discussion of whether makeup and all that other business, but when you feel

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underneath your job, then you feel happy about covering

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your happy

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and difficult to get this balance of Oh brother. I don't want to be arrogant. I don't know.

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I love love beautiful.

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I don't have the time.

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And I haven't

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looking in the mirror.

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And

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UT is not only

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this law, when you look in America kind of shooting off,

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kind of go trying to go abroad, when you look in the mirror is a love make my

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beautiful as you have made my outside.

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I mean, you've got to make your your thing in this block is

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that when you look into the mirror, or what makes me as beautiful, which means you're accepting your beauty, and you're accepting the way you look.

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Inside that

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I

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turn this into more of a motivational thing. I'm motivating you because the road uphill in

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this world warlord is moving in a very, very strong fashion. Girls are being asked to not

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even this concept of female scholarship. I wanted to end in my time on.

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The third part is the necessity for female scholarship. Now when we say scholarship immediately using male, so it's like someone out there as a male scholarship for the last 50 years. Are you with me to make this

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scholarship for the last 50 years has been

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very judgmental. It's been very easy. So it came from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen.

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And it settled, you know, in Manchester, places which got into these little bubbles in London City to Australia, kind of sorta.

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But I would say that a cultural sprinkling came and now it's here in the West,

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in the West, because of this feminism movement, and because there is no one to look up to.

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Women have a lot of trouble looking up to scholarships to know what is a girl's role in. So I'm going to encourage you to number one, I'm going to give you a few

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tips and understanding. You'll remember even 100

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Gradius commentaries,

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commentary.

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Seven volumes of

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his wife came up.

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I wrote this, I just wrote a commentary on it even has his wife has been encouraged to

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do this with love and respect. He has fulfilled her responsibilities so well in the home.

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I want to study what

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he says I want to study it from the same exact teachers. And because he has so much reverence, remember, it's not because she was pushy and agitated, because he has been he sent her to study with those people. So number one,

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scholarship is an assessment to

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the topic upon which

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we need to build the rank,

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which is going to be jurisprudence. Some of you might be a little bit more legally oriented, get into that. Some of you might be more and I think

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number one, if you would like to learn to start going to the right avenues and my sisters, I have to tell you, it's going to be more manly men, right? That's okay. I want you to study and learn from them and to be happy. The second field is going to be

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a lot more It was a lot less pleasure.

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This life with his wife, love the love of God.

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All of them, never be pleased with all of it. He made the left pressure with

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how he dealt with one of the

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things that I'm a very, very jealous performers. And he spoke to them in a specific way. I'm giving you the narration

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that

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he left

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I look at that guy like a man brings, man brings us, okay?

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There's something that females will be able to understand through the study of heavy things.

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And I'm going to encourage you to study

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and study as additional scholars, because if you end up with this new

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covenant, then it kind of messes with the whole, they even throw out some

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errors because it was too hard. Don't go that route, that normal, traditional. But the last and the most important throughout

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the recitation.

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I need to say this nicely. What else

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have a one?

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Right? We spent a lot of time to

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make my voice more appealing

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to women.

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Go do that. Why not?

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Other

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our highlight a few names.

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From

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tk.com, they just look up to look for that.

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His great presentation

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to develop this concept, because that's something they can't take away from. Can't take away but I'm going to say it because I know these things are recorded. Let's try not to make it to a culture where sisters are opening up with reputation. So you might be like, Oh, yeah, larceny charges, men go back to a law need to be loved.

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And you're satisfied with a luxury illustrated now illustrated,

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there will not be a healthy balance.

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unified female voice, you can be reading hobbies or theater. So let's start there, because I know it's gonna come up.

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We have to accept

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with the most

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with the most happiness, I don't want to force it down your throat, I want you to save a lot of happiness. So I'm not going to sell it to you. But I am going to take the mouse scholarship and have the memorization of what it comes together. You don't have the opportunity to memorize it. I am opening up a memorization online, on my desktop that now we have my

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lack of phoronix

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what I need you to do is get past some of the hurdles I'm telling you right now you're going to go and study with start studying.

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Covered with and you're going to feel daunting, and you're gonna feel like oh, I'm not as good as that

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is not for religious people

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want

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something like this?

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You don't need there's no bar.

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Here, there's so much we think this would love and these are the first time you read one we had read it in the bathroom.

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You read it in the bath. Why am I telling you this? Because if we

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wait to become religious, and then learn for us,

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between

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TV media, hollywood music, the discussion of regrowth And what about your Facebook?

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You have to

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step out.

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I did like a long letter. I think we've captured Congress three phases here. The necessity of female politics can be found in a TV set called Women influenced by the messenger by the beloved. His name is

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Pamela Wadi women by the messenger or by the beloved one a couple of times

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does have a wide

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others of the believers very nice long long

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are getting acclimated with it. But in the meantime, can you listen to more female Can you listen to Amina

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Amina lobby Has

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she covered 112 hour running fabric.

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I will only say this one looked up to do as I find you for an hour. But it's gonna be an uphill battle but we're going to be in this together. That's the main part. You guys have to care about each other.

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Have

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you encouraged each other and you have to watch out for

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the younger girlfriend broke up and they visit New Year's concert within the culture that's being developed to be attractive.

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The way they look up to different speakers and whatnot is

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not affected. I think we could do a lot better than that. And have that.

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No.

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I'm gonna leave it at that there's a lot to say. Finished activism, knowledge you're calling activism. second component was whether this works for you or not, there is a global crushing a lack of permanence. There is a

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tool that

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I created

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to come closer to disease. I do know that lectures are available online.

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I know that we work hard.

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Listen to it. If it works out and try to buy audible.com anywhere it just helps to promote and then worst case scenario I even know doctor

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would say that and I speak on the mic. If you're going to listen to it on you're going to listen to it somewhere for free and you for some reason cannot I like to do finance can give something donate $1 $5 to the budget and make law for Dr.

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Rosa research he puts into it and

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he has a

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certain way of explaining things part of his brain which is so narrative is beautiful. How do you do that to your best with anything I said offended anyone he does a lot with great and I and

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if I offended you and you feel like Oh, he talks about physicality. I'm

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not alone. Only thing you got to remember from this from this class.

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What

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a beautiful, feminine