Prophetic Dynasty II – 06

Wisam Sharieff


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Episode 6 – The Master Key


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hamdulillah al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah nambiti

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just getting settled in their friends, a settlement, a gumball document Allahu wa barakato hope everyone's comfortable and I'm welcoming everyone to our prophetic dynasty. Let's take a moment for everyone to get settled in. On hamdu Lillah wa Salatu was Salam O Allah Rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Allahumma salli wa salam ala nabina Muhammad Ali Mustafa sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a privilege and an honor to be with you all handle the law.

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We are all set to go. I'm giving everyone just a minute to get settled in. definitely excited about today's prophetic dynasty. I'll take a few minutes to set the precedent to set our schedule for everyone just getting joined in us and I'm on a kumarakom into law peace and blessings be upon you around you and may they emanate from within you. As we take a moment or so can I get a thumbs up on sound and audio and you can go ahead and thumbs up if you are here to make Salawat on the Prophet salallahu alaihe alayhi wa sallam

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so left

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he left the room is me. Brother Ali Jackalope later desire audio and video is fantastic guys this is it. Seven months out or even Mubarak. I hope Allah accepted your Ramadan. I hope you had a fantastic growth and transformational month. I hope Allah subhana wa tada really juiced you up with Eman

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zelina and family I said Ahmad ecomark Matt de la casa de zaak lo Clayton but for sharing that video, but everyone who's here SR Parveen saramonic Markman de la everyone who's here. let's identify some of you are here to learn Sierra and I absolutely love that. And some of you are here to express your love. And it's a way to celebrate the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So sister Fatima Great to see you Zack lokeren

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Sona flowers.

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Asahi cumbre de la sister Fatima. So let's lay the precedent. The groundwork here. We have all said those of you who watch prophetic dynasty one in prophetic dynasty one we set characteristics of this employee in all of these kings and all of these prophets who came giving a similar message like we tried to everyone got that right that it was one message from the same God and all employees have the same God, sister ratio. Thanks a lot for that, for sharing that.

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Now, once you did that all the prophets didn't disjoint you they brought you together so you were like David musante Salatu was Salam Jesus, from Noah to LA Salaam to suit a man What are you buzzle kiefel was to lay man was the Buddha and then you start doing quite a bit.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Thank you, brother Muhammad for sharing that comment. And that Hadith rather. So we built that and then we got up to Jesus, the pinnacle of love. Adios, salatu salam. And Jesus wasn't just the hijacked phrase of like heart Love and and romantic love. He was the expression through which we saw God's mercy. Allah subhana wa tada created something from no it no father allowed him to speak miraculously, to cure the leper to do to cure in so many ways. So we saw Jesus and I wanted to bring you forward. So that was one whole year. So a lot more slowly was Salim Allah, all of the NBA May God sent His peace and blessings on all of the prophets. And as a

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result, we came then to the pinnacle. So in the pinnacle of prophethood, Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the first episode we discussed why it was so important for a end prophet to come. why it was so important for there to be a the best of all mankind and then for the door of prophethood to close, we discussed that in the first episode. But today, I really need you to get a little bit deeper. So I I need you to get deeper. There are five names. nubby and rhassoul are two names that we're going to cover. That's group number one, group number two. We have the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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We have the prophet Isaiah Salatu was Salam as a nebby. We have the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as a tool, and we're going to talk about that that's my main focus. Then we have the Omi the unlettered prophet who did not read or write. We had the Prophet de

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have me the prophets along with selam, who de Hama. It was a, it's a coastal area of the Arabian Peninsula. I think it's the southwestern side of the southern tip. So the Southwest southern part of the Arabian Peninsula is called the hommy. He was known so now you're gonna get into characteristics that are specific to him. Where he was, he was unlettered, he lived. It was of the people of the Hama. He was a hashemy. He was of the clan of bundle Hashem. He was about blocky. And when we get to the name, it is about lucky a mountain where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam rather use of walakum wa salaamu Rahmatullah

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where the Prophet peace be upon him, it was a mountain, a mountain path, where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam visited and was known from Baraka lofi from everyone thanks so much and sister and to everyone Alia and all the kids at home

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that would a salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah. So that's the premise. You understood. We came down this legacy we we addressed. All of these men came to their people showering their people with guidance, love, and they came with a message of tolerance and they continued through that. I want to highlight two names.

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Baraka lo fi comm that's absolutely wonderful. Those who met at HUD, tell me a little bit more we're at Hodge did we meet I would love to reconnect with that, that moment. So if you could, characteristics of a Rasool and unabie, a messenger and a prophet and then characteristics of the unlettered man who lived his hood was the HMI, and unlettered and his tribe was Hashimi he was his hood and the places that he's been around about lucky. Those things. There's not a lot to teach you. It's a lot of just information. We'll read about it. You look up where the hammer is. My uncle used to work for an ad agency in Jeddah, still called the Hama. So it's a place learn about it, but we

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are trying to make a differentiation today. And you can tell I'm excited about this. Between the Arab the location, the language, the culture, and why did God pick the parentheses of Muhammad peace be upon him, the hashemy, the avatar he that the HMI, the unlettered, like that's really important.

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vark Luffy can use if I'm hoping to get into the ayat B is an Allahu taala that will come up. If you could pull up that ayah for me use it if you can find it. In Allaha mala Ikeda, who you saw Luna, Allah nabee, if you could pick up that ayah and then put it in the tab will read it all together, use core on.com or recite quran.com

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Allahu Akbar Kabira. Well, hamdulillah he gets a lot. So as you can try to draw this picture of the man and all of his characteristics. And the Prophet peace be upon him didn't necessarily have a choice of where he was going to be born. But this man salallahu alayhi wasallam now put him in the guise of Nabhi and wrestled and you're able to take the conversation to the next level. I would like to stop and just acknowledge the sister who is with us here. We all were in the same main tent in Mina in the last hudge. And it was, we it's those all night was when you like you're not exhausted, but you're, you're high on life. You're high on HUD, if that's if that's understandable by you. She

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we were together her her husband and I and it was an experience that I wish we could try to understand. It's something that only the internet can do and the love of unabie that brings us back together. I remember completely Rick's and family. It was that night next to the juice cooler in the middle of the desert. And it was those prayers and it was not being able to sleep. We were wired that night. It wasn't even jetlag, it was that opportunity. For everyone who can celebrate that with us. There's a lot of haters out for those of you who are like let's get to the content, let's get to some content. So we're going to move from here together, we're going to work together to say the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the only Prophet and Messenger sent to all of mankind. So we're now focusing on these two components nebby and rhassoul. He is a universal Prophet, and with a universal message for all remaining times and people I need you to tell me that you accept that because if I say he's a prophet for all time, and all people

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Do you accept that someone could learn to live by the life of the Prophet peace be upon him? And before accepting him as unabie? And as a result, because he was before prophet and messenger? Do you accept that someone could take them as their good his guru? His Swami? Can you take it? That's his life coach is Mohammed. And then this guy kind of climbs up the ladder and says, Wow, this guy was crazy smart. Where did all of this come from? And then the pieces of the puzzle come backwards. We say he is our Nabhi and our rhassoul. But don't take him to be a guru, Swami Shaikh life coach. We don't take him but we do put him in a religious box, and then limit him to Nabi prophet. So do you

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see how it's just a matter of how you say it? So do you all accept

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it? A Swami is someone who is in the Hindu culture in the Hindu tradition, it is

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someone who you take religious guidance from like specific, specifically a spiritual guide, right?

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I mentor I like it because I call a parent sister I shot but sister Ayesha sister injury Praveen and family, could you see that Muslims would have to widen their scope and say, our Nabhi is a prophet for all times, all people believers are not, let's raise the value of our Nabhi. He is a universal profit for all times, in all places, what makes him different is that our Nabhi and this is what I want you to get every time you hear the word nubby and rhassoul I want you to think universal remote, I want you to think master key, I want you to think VLC player, it's like a video player on the internet, it's known to play anything. So minor B is a universal remote. It doesn't have to work

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with an Apple TV or a Samsung only. It doesn't have to be a Muslim TV. And that's where the universal remote The Master Key of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, where you can apply his message to different situations to open different doors, to create different situations where other prophets, their application is in their time in place, I need you to try to sketch them.

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As they apply to their time and place my Nabhi never changes. But the message, the way it's applied in time, that it's flexible, and we'll talk about that more.

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The Prophet sallallahu wasallam is that universal guide, so he does not change but every time you read the series CRR it reads you, the CEO of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam does not change. But every time I read it, it reads me. It's a very subjective reading based on whoever taught me my first interpretation of the prophets alladia Selim. So first idea, who is the first person who ever taught you cognitive therapy, who's the first person who introduced nebby or rhassoul to you? You can't recognize but as a child, you then associate your partner you then associate, excuse me, this nubby rhassoul and you can't help it you're a child, you associated to

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that bearded guy to that lady to that person to that video.

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If we can go back to the Sierra and say, every time I read you, the Sierra is reading with some and first re aligning and Miss

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correcting the misinterpretations that I have about my original introduction to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam let me get some silhouette if you're feeling that right there.

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Your subjective reading in the interpretation based on a based on whoever first taught you. So here are a few sentences that I really believe are going to connect with you and I prepared myself today. Let's take a moment right now. A salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah to shake no mon begun the eye. Okay, team, I okay, Team A great shout out for your HUD preparations. Everyone I okay. Institute of knowledge.org. And check out the HUD program that's going on this year, I'll be there in heart and in spirit. And we're continuing to say three sentences. If I accept the ibrd Salatu was Salam. You say that by saying my nebby is for all times in all places, you don't finish the surah you just keep

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improving. Please write that down. It's just like personal growth and all this personal development stuff that's really popping up now. The same way personal growth, growth never ends. Our growth in the Syrah never goes away. Did anyone like that I really loved that of the Father.

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What is up? I'm gonna try here. Can someone give me an example? Has any one of you ever thought? That didn't make sense? So you're reading Sierra, reading, Sierra, first time? 10th Time 30th Time, you hear my nubby say, and you're like, I don't make sense to me, and then some life event will happen. And then you'll be like, Whoa, have you been in a situation where like, Oh, now I understand. I'm going to give you a tougher example. But like in divorce, you're like, Oh, I don't really understand what is he saying about divorce or upload? Akuma rotten? And why is God saying this and this, and then you hit a brick wall who called divorce and you're like, Oh, thank you, God.

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Thank you for Allah. Like a thank you for having my back on this. So how many times have you said, I didn't get it till this happened? you react to the stories differently at different times until you'll get it? You may hear something religious and say how many people can raise their hand or say Salawat on this? You've heard something in your life from my hubby from my school. And didn't you say Nah, Nah, that's too much, man. I just started praying, yo, that's too much. How many of us have done it? And that's a reality. What we do is we we kind of pick and choose the parts of Islam. What we're trying to do here is say, if we took him as guru, if someone wants to give me a translation of

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Swami, but Swami is when I say Swami, the all the connotations of shares and religious leader, they go away. People love their Swami. People love their guru. So if we took our Nabhi to be just raised, the word prophet has kind of gotten this bearded religious man screaming at me. That's that's what it carries, unfortunately. So we're re associating Nabhi and Russell. And as we are doing that, we recognize that all of us have said I did it. Oh, man, no, no, that's too much. Oh, I once read the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was watching

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a companion of the law who died on eat, and he saw them dipping a piece of bread in salt and vinegar, and said, What extravagance is this? I saw my nebby bark Luffy Come sister injury that comes from the same root though that I understand Swami is a reference given to the husband. And when you look up it is the reverence is the wife revering the husband to the level of Swami. So my, if someone could take me back to the narration, so we were discussing that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spoke to the Sahaba about dipping the salt and the vinegar and he said, What extravagance is this? I was at a dinner party stuffing my face with like chicken curry, no joke,

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like the chicken and the curry and the bread. And it was it was many, many years ago. And I was like, Yeah, not i'm not i can't apply that right now. I've got a kebab in the other hand, you know, like it just didn't, didn't click until many years later diet and food became something and I said, Wow, being so mindful that salt and vinegar in a single meal would be considered a level of luxury. It's just a complete different place of educating absolutely a pleasure to have you a set out what a camara de la and a great pleasure to have and to be able to announce here at the ESPY Awards. rayhaan Jalali sorry, Ron, if that's blowing up your spot, just love having you here, bro. I said

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I'm wanting to love. So friends, we are focusing down on these two key components. All of us have heard the Prophet peace be upon him said and then when he said it. What happened guys? were like, Oh, that's a little too hardcore for me. All I'm asking from you now friends, why they come Islam to everyone is that we start seeing him. Okay, let's take the example if your fitness coach said, cut back on dairy, I want to see those. I want to see that Asscher cut form underneath the your six pack, I want you to get that eight, that 10 pack, cut back on dairy. Would you come to your fitness guru to your fitness

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director, your coach and be like, well, what's your proof? You're like, no way, bro. You're shredded. I want to be shredded like you. If we came to our Nabhi with that mentality, my beloved friends, I think we would change the game because we'd stopped seeing him as religious advice. And then we'd be like, wow, this is my life coach, my fitness coach. This is my mentor. And I'm not going to try to be like him, like dress like him only. But I'm going to expand my Nabhi and say he wasn't an Arab prophet you with me on this. He was You got it. He was a prophet born in an Arab nation. And that was his. That's the title, but that character and the spirit of what he does

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Hot, wasn't Arab. I just want to point that out. Here are a few more points. No Arabs meditated in a cave. Arabs weren't well known to taking care of anger, and being well composed. Arabs didn't take things lightly Arabs held grudges, these were realities. So don't play the Arab card because he even changed his own society.

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So I think you get that the prophets alladia, Selim didn't come to give us one universal application, but came to give us

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enough to apply it universally Yo, that is spittin flame right there. When I'm serious, I'm happy that we came up with this. The profits along it was solid did not come through as unabie Ender rhassoul, the only one to be profit and messenger, he did not come to give us universal application. If you do everything my way. It's right, he came to give us enough so that we could universally apply what was going on. We'll talk about this a little bit more.

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I guess it's fair for me to be happy about what we've prepared. And this is why we need to read this again and again, because every time you do, it doesn't change. But you change. So I read the Sierra today, and we're like, yo, bro, that's too much. That's too much, then some event in my life affects me. And I'm like, Yeah, I get it. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam says, keep this spheres of men and women separate. And you're like, Oh, don't worry, we're just friends. And then that era, and it rolls down, the snowball becomes huge. And you're like, Whoa, I could have avoided all of this if I had just stayed away. So you learn to effectively grow and then revisit the Syrah. And you need to

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use it as a gauge to what issues you're having. And as a gauge to see what you can correct in yourself. Tell me if anyone's there right now seeing us look at this era in a different way, not in a linear fashion that I want to become more Arab. I want to look more Arabic. That's not a phrase autumn. So I am saying no, I want to get the spirit of this prophet who came to an Arab people. And let's keep moving. The goal is to keep making effort to find the correct application for your situation. I don't know if anyone wants to chime in here. Can anyone say you've been in a situation that you can't say the Prophet peace be upon him was in a gathering where there was alcohol in a

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situation where there was music blasting in the situation where you could lie, and the person you're talking to is intoxicated or otherwise inebriated? You're not going to say, what would the Prophet do? But you're going to take the essence of how you're gonna be acted, and then you're going to say, Islam doesn't have to be and this is going to be my concluding point. I do not. And I'm going to say this now, do you all live the Syrah as if we all have to recreate the 23 years that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam was a prophet. So I have to find a brother in order to fulfill the sooner I have to fight an overt conduct and I have to fight wars. Because Isn't that how he established

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Islam? I'm going to say that now, and you're going to say, but know that that's not so then what way are we coming to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? Let's take an example here. The goal is to keep making efforts to read the surah Sunnah apply the knobbies spirit to situations now you're telling me so where's the Quran and Sunnah application? So the Prophet sallahu wa sallam accepted both interpretations, and the universality of what he said came out in a great situation with my father. Yes, Salaam Alaikum. Welcome, bro. Do you remember the situation? Can anyone tell me the name of the Sahabi who narrates the two groups of companions were told to reach this destination and

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praise a lot of the other one of them said it's time for us or bro we got to stop read the lava on. The other group said my hubby said let's get to our destination when they got there. If Islam was about a sword, if Islam was about right and wrong, ultimately, right? If Islam was about a universal right and wrong, why did he accept both opinions?

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Okay, we're leaving I know that doesn't make you feel comfortable. So the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. It's about you making the effort to figure out with scholarship and diligence and choosing the best answer you can discern based on the universal message making Nabhi into mine I'll be making rhassoul sorry friends into my resource.

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I where I had it was more effective. Just

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My apologies. All right friends.

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Okay, so with that being said, if we can go into to some of the, the core that we've been discussing, how does the Prophet sallallahu wasallam pardon guys just getting back in.

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that's my slight comment there for me. Let's start at the top. The first name we're going over today is named number 21 Russell linguistically, Russell. Russell comes from the root word, or Rossi left are all seen and lamb to be long and flowing hair to dispatch, Rasool a messenger and envoy, a delegate an apostle. There are many narrations and all many, many times in the Koran that Allah says Rasool

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Oh, sorry about that. If you have to try hard to understand, you shouldn't have you shouldn't have to. So for now, just roll with the punches. For now I am asking you keep learning about Islam, and keep seeing the form of Islam the religion that has formed, but your nubby Adi Salatu was Salam came for more than just the Big Mac of Islam, the laws and the jurisprudence and cut the hand and do this and do that. You have to believe that because if your only belief is that the profits on the log why to sell them only came to establish the law and annihilate everything else. It's us versus them. And unless you see a component is the establishment of Islam without murdering people, and that other

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people could benefit from our Nabhi without having to accept him as a prophet first. And I think for any Muslim that might that's not fair. I had to do with it. It's almost I am I am on request of the union of the all the world. I am saying to us as Muslims, do we have enough heart to carry the Sunnah of Mohammed Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and bring it to the world as he is a Rasool that he is sent out of Salah Rasulullah will be who they are, what they need help they do the hero who Allah Deen equally.

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And nyingma and family that's the point that I'm going to get to today and time Mulva prayer has started and the time is slipping away. So here is the next jump for me. I'll give you the underlining word nebby and the word nebby coming from the root word. Never, never young battle to be high raised elevated to inform notify, tell advise

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that I'm okay. In a large number of these those narrated referred to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as nebby. This is a longer discussion. I'll read it to you. I just want to give you one discussion and type this into Google you'll get you can get your own research on what's the difference between a Nabhi and a rhassoul. But today, I want to raise the bar. And yes to some of you this might hurt your brain. But some of you have been long enough here to what's my real gem? What's my real corporate today? So I'll give you one example what's the difference between a rhassoul and an abbey and as Yasser Apollo the male s Ponte Allah bless him and increase his ability

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to impart more knowledge and protect his family points out even Tamia refers to an opinion his opinion that unabie is sent to a people who already believe in him and a Rasool is sent to a people who do not believe in him and he has to work from scratch might not be being both in Makati. No one believed in anything Madina munawwara he was believed in more because you inform the people you are who who are already willing to listen to you. But you have to be sent to a people who is not Yes. And nabby can warn our people because they listen. Rasool our Salah has to be sent because the people do not because the people don't accept him in the first place. Things that the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did that no one else did. I brought up this point earlier things that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did that were not to the norm of his people. So I'm not emphasizing his Arab Enos or that he was born in Makkah or that he was from the place of the HMI but I'm more interested in Nabhi and rhassoul you making being like, wow, this is my life coach. Things that the prophets a lot of Saddam did. He was one of only one in Makkah who went up to the caves to meditate more aka to

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think deeply about to be mindful. Arab men were not known to be patient and patient and he a good control of their anger. He was trustworthy. He didn't party as a teenager.

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A Russell and nebby the only Russell and Nabhi at the same time no there were other rituals as well.

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did not take part in a battle did not take part in a paddle pre Islam.

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If you want to look this up, the prophet peace be upon him did not take part in the Battle of fee jar. I feel like bringing up that information is going to take us off topic. All right, friends, now you have the second half. So if I can take your attention here and see if we can

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call our attention to a greater topic.

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Are you prepared in a time when Islam is being

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on the chopping block? Are you ready to say I believe in a law and his rule and I believe Islam and the application of my Nabi Suna will be forever. And it will live during all times at places. So can you effectively say that not for the next 50 to 100 years? Will the social climate be such where you're going to discuss or take part in the establishment of an Islamic State? I would like to I don't know about you. Because all I'm saying today is pick aside either the application of Quran and Sunnah and the way you understand it yourself, not somebody else's interpretation, the way from the first person who introduced to you the prophets of law to sell them up till right now, if you if

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that is what you know of the universal message of Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, please go choose that path and be clear. Don't be double worded and I know that what I'm saying is clear, but I'll say it is cutting people's heads off us versus them kill the world all get to heaven and party and at your expense. And I'm going to get you I'm going to kill you send you all to hell. Look, it works. It's there. Just like feminism. Do you see it working? Now? So God what's the opposite of crazy guys? Crazy is still crazy. So whether it's a crazy person yelling liberalism, a crazy person yelling extremism or a crazy person decently yelling concert contrary conservative then

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they're still they're still screaming some crazy thing that's here on this place. Yes, I know you're with me.

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But if you say no, Islam isn't this and no they're just misinterpreting No bro you got it you got to choose now. Is it just a misinterpretation? Or is it a goggle a set of goggles that they have put on. So there are two huge points in the 21st to 26th name of nebby and rhassoul the HMI of a blocky Omi

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hash hash me it is that you have to choose a version a

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I say version, and that's going to bother you. You have to pick a living Islam. You have to pick a living Islam. So in 100 years from now, when a discussion is there, and there are social injustice and people are calling out, stand up Islam or Muslims defending the world is calling out it's a discussion to be had. I my children and my next generation will not have anything to do with that. So when someone comes to me and says what is your religion, I have to be able to say my religion is in the spirit of my Nabhi and my Nabhi lived so that's point number one caring point number two the hugest my NaVi lived with rituals and routine. That is it. That is the key phrase that if you could

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lift and say something check it out, check it out of the car, they're helped me if this works for you. How many of you want to enter a single sunlight into your life Yo bro, I should do more. I should do more miswak I should wear a goofy I should make to record I should. I should, should should and you end up shooting all over yourself. play on words. Hope you're big enough to hear that. And so you should all over yourself should and you don't end up doing this single sooner. So check it out in order to revive the Sunnah Mohammed or assuta La Silla

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Laurie, I feel like you're living up to it. Not cookie cutter ring around the things that you don't like. The number one thing that you really are going to do Michelle and family is find out the blocks of time of mine, Abby, find out that so you make your schedule not by trying to do more things like the Prophet, but you say, Oh wow, he had a morning routine. He had a bad set afternoon routine. And now have the father wakes up and goes yo, it's morning in my morning routine. I love having miswak so now we do clean my brush the teeth, cut the nails, make the Vickers like, whoa. And now whatever Abdulkadir in as soon as he gets up, it's literally like a shopping spree. And now the

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sooner is a supplement. It's something juicing you up in the morning and you're like, word I've got 1215 an hour 12 minutes an hour. Right and thank you so much. Rick's and family when you start saying what's my morning routine? What's my evening routine? Yo, I'm in a funk. I'm having a bad day. Yo, what's my bad day routine? Now you're starting to say I'm fasting like the Prophet sallallahu wasallam I am doing low I'm breathing like the Prophet sallallahu wasallam I read Quran like the prophet SAW some. I'm doing postures of prayer and, and being out in the heat or in the sauna, and praying and benefiting from the physical postures of prayer. I am doing these components

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based on a schedule. Tell me if that didn't just make this easy for all of us. Because sooner Oh man, religious guy told me I gotta do this stuff.

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And I don't do miswak as soon as as soon as I shifted the gear and I said, morning routine, literally a list came in my head, oh, I could do this. I could do this. I could do this. And the shift happened and boom

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nebby became mine. And that to me, is where we're gonna go with it today. There's a lot to talk about. But I got my points. I got my points. Should I tell you about the profits a lot is on being unlettered. Should I tell you about the prophet SAW them being from the type of Harsha me from the de Hama, I told you all those things at the beginning?

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So yes, perveen doesn't have to say my Sunnah routine. perveen recognizes she's a real person values herself completely and says, I exist. I'm not trying to be the Prophet peace be upon him. Because it's always tough. You're like, I don't I don't get it. Like I work. He doesn't work. His sleep schedule is different. That's not the way it's gonna work. So Parveen wakes up every day, she has to wake up, whether you get the fudger or you don't get to fudger. Whether you wake up on the alarm, or you wake up late, when you wake up, say, what's my routine? Am I just going to sporadically go, Oh, I'm late. I have to do I have to do I have to do? Or Now am I going to really follow the Sunnah, and

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follow my Nabhi and follow my school, because my anxieties are lateral got enough time and on the Day of Judgment, my anxiety is gonna be Oh, my God, I'm going to hell. And you know what? I relied on the example of my hubby to cool and chill out here. take better care of yourself here. And he's going to sort things out over there. So there is this new relationship with your Nabhi that you are going to introduce? I don't know how many of you have ever talked in the third person? Oh, I'm so thankful to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. I'm so glad that he left all of these amazing examples. I'm still going to milk it guys. He was the Prophet for all mankind.

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So if I don't accept him, and is he still my Prophet, oh, play the card. Tell me. I know, you're Muslim. And you're like, That's not fair, that we have to believe and do all this stuff. And that just shows your inner insecurity, that's your inner uncomfortableness. So you heal those things. You get it. Every time you read the Sera, you're dialing yourself in and finding out, hey, I don't want to be doing this stuff. So in shut off, can you tell me if I don't believe in the province of LA to sell them? Is he not still my profit? I don't believe in God. Is God still not my god? And that was the game changer. Right? We do the research for this show for this. And then it happens in the

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middle of the week. We'll just stop and go. No way. So I've read these notes and I know where we are, but it happens and that this was the moment that nebbia

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rustle it took us out of the box of Arab. I'm not telling you Look guys, I got a Koofi on and I have a beard. I'm not telling you don't follow the Arab eyes Sooners. But please don't make him Arab only. And then focus there, he's not going to change but every time I come back to his door, I will be a new person and a better person. And just like self development, I will develop into a greater person Allahumma salli, wa salam ala nabina Muhammad, so nebby seen his different components, recognizing and someone wants to misquote me Go ahead, because I'm down on this point.

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Either you see black and white, find and kill, you see, a hood, but other 100 you see that in order for you to fulfill a prophetic divine prophecy that's multiple, that doesn't work together. To fulfill this divine prophecy, you must organize and become a group and fight these words and skirmishes because the Jihad must continue always look, friend, there's a narrator there is that's a set of goggles. And I'm not going to argue that, but you're sitting here watching me on a device with LTE, so please stop living the luxuries of this place. And then bashing this place and being a Yo man Islam. So it's like, I don't get it. Make a choice. Be a Don't be a coward. And if you're

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like, well, he's encouraging us to jihad. I would like to put the cards out on the table. I don't pray, I'm not I I don't pray, I'm addicted to several things externally, internally, I cos I don't have a good relationship with my mom. Oh, and I'm not good to my community members don't know where the graveyard is. And I don't know that there's orphans in America. But Yo, I've been playing Counter Strike for the last 15 years. Yo, send me over to Iraq, I got this stuff like that. That is literally the mentality of our

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This is literally the mentality of the internet warrior. And so today I am saying, we're drawing that line in the sand. And we are going to see this little 100 years of our time 2000 2000 to 2100 to up to 2100 that this time in history, God will look down and say but you didn't realize that you were coming back to me. You didn't see that. Oh, it's so hard to follow Islam that's not Islam. That's not your NaVi you wouldn't follow your number you wouldn't feel this way you wouldn't feel uncertain about your Nabhi so then what is Islam and that's it is Islam your personal self development from now till the inevitable meeting with the last panel with Allah entering paradise?

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So instead of learning about a prophet, and I'm encouraging Sera, Sera Sera keep reading, maulana Abdul Nasir Mufti menk Shaykh yasir called the these are just English lectures if anyone has any other Syrah that you want to do just throw it in the chat box never stopped listening but names of our Nabhi wasn't about listening to lectures was it guys? It was about making that transition so is more Sunnah is better posture. eating well is a having a healthy relationship with my spouse is a controlling my anger having unconditional love developing the Jihad of the nuts. And yeah, I did say is that easier? Or is it easier to go die and say here cut here I come hallelujah. And yes, I am

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throwing shade to the fan friends, because that is a narrative. And I don't think any one of us associates with the narrative.

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So then what Islam? Who's your Nabhi? Who is Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, not a commander in chief. And what is he? Because either Guru Swami chef,

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life coach fitness coach,

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anger management sobriety coach, sensuality and intimate energy coach. How did he How was he? How was his energy and intimacy with his family? Like that's what I'm talking about guys. And that's where either you make a choice and you say no, I want that black and white Ron and so not hardcore, no ketchup, no mayonnaise. I wanted hardcore and no trim the fact that look bro that's then go go become a Puritan and see where that path leads you to, but everyone else who is alive and calling him at your Nabhi right now, I am asking you pick a path of pure of being pure in your diet pure in your speech.

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You're in your thoughts pure in your essence, I conclude on the smallest of topics today Allahumma salli wa salam ala nabina. Muhammad, if you have anything you'd like to add, we will be concluding within a few minutes.

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I hope that you've taken this, I will give you a quick moment it was today, it was literally within the last two hours, I was at the gym. Beautiful, our role model

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who won't judge us our role model who won't judge us. I was at the gym with my family in the, in the open the public pool, the bigger outdoor pool, I was there. Every time every 15 minutes, lifeguard comes into the pool and says everyone get out for 10 minutes, kids get a 10 minute rest. So no one passes out in the pool. We all came out of the pool, my family, of course, in our regular attire, and, you know, job and whatever everyone else was wearing. And another family was there. A Caucasian family was there. I left as I was leaving the gym.

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I'd like to say very awkwardly, because it wasn't with the support of his family, a larger Caucasian man came over. And he started here on my left side. Imagine this in a, you know, three minute conversation. He started on my left side and just kept, he just kept shifting and shifting and shifting till I promise. He spoke to me from here for at least a full minute. And I was like, I'm not going to shift because I understand what this is about. So he came over as Why are you leaving the pool? I hope there's not you're not leaving for any other reason. And I looked at him. I said, What what other reason? Would there be like, Are you trying to hug me or bring me in? Like what's

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trying to happen? There was at this point, His hands are all over me. His hand then came here. Friends, you tell me first time you ever met someone he identified himself. I'm a Trump supporter. But I just wanted to let you know not all of us are blank, blank. And then he used to be like, not all of us are blanks. So I almost felt like he was waiting for some validation. Like, no, you're not a jerk. I'm validating this. But this man's not moving very shifty. I kept saying that's great. If he goes, I just want to make sure you had no problems. And there's just this very awkwardness in any adult who's here. Michelle, I don't think you're ready for the rude rude part yet. There's hands all

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over me. And at this point.

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As you study jujitsu, you study anything, there's a part where Haha, turns on and you've tapped the right parts of my body, that now I'm focused in on you. So if you make a move, I'm going to destroy you, I'm going to dismantle you. So that happened. And I was like, okay, we are now he's using words to be able to make advances. And at this point, I'm pulling in, and I'm realizing I'm here with my family. And he's here with his family. So he's talking and now has come all the way around. He's here in front of me between myself and going back inside. And so I clearly am trying to let you know, very odd just just like real odd sister just in you. But he's still saying I don't want you to

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feel bad. And in three minute conversation, I said he's a Trump supporter three times. But I see you with your family. I see. And I'm here with my family. So you see him as best as a man can do. throwing out some connection I want to be I don't know, he wanted to be nice. But by this time, I've been touched here touched here, touched here. And there's a sense of, bro, are you sizing me up to see whether I'm like I'm stiff? Or do I need to drop you now. So I'm telling myself anger trap control yourself. This is this is your dollar, you know, this is the intestines being thrown on you. So I leave, wish him the best wishes. Then his he wanted to feel validated that I'm a Trump

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supporter, but I'm not a jerk, but I'm still gonna size you up. And just I'm gonna I'm gonna put you on physical notice. He had a large cup I could not make out and it has a straw on it. So it's kind of like, you don't drink beer through a straw. But, and he didn't look inebriated. Call us this finishers. I've got minutes. I'm thinking about you guys. So I'm going to conclude the story, not waste your time. not overwhelmed the time. Pardon. And as I walk in, I finished my swim with my kids. I touched a lot just like a lot. And I'm shirtless. I'm swimming. So there's a lot of physical contact. And I'm waiting like I'm literally like, let's go. I'm waiting for the last move but his

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kids are there his wife is there and my kids are running around. So now dismantled. defuse the situation. ask Allah Subhana Allah for mercy and I'm thinking, okay, but you know, I'm wishing you the best and at this point, it's a complete Trump handshake. We're like, we're literally we're in the glass.

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or hold. And now I leave I'm saying hi to every lifeguard just making eye contact with everyone like guys, this is public, every one side, even his own family with like, Oh my God, His girls go to gymnastics with mine, I think don't think he realized that. Because we're supposed to be the alien people who would not know about gymnastics. And literally my daughter said, that's my best friend from nastic. So I'm holding myself like, okay, go inside walk towards and I finished my last workout in the sauna. 112 degrees, you can get a workout like there's no tomorrow. I saw him pacing. And then he followed me into the sauna.

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Bad idea. That's my turf. That is the sauna. As soon as it breaks 104 degrees. I'm in the tent. And so I could stay there as long as you want. And I will smile and have a conversation about molecular structures and the cosmic kind of Cosmos all together. And I will love it. So when you come into my territory, ego see the ego came in. So I will say this much the ego kicks in, everything was happening. And I'm like, Okay, are we going to talk? And

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I don't know whether he was trying to fight or not, though. So I'm trying to get to a conclusion. So I did what was best. I zoned him out. I had eight minutes to work out in the sauna, kids are waiting, people changing. And I have to teach office hours. And here's what's my point.

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Instead of being passive and being a good Muslim, that's weak. And instead of falling into an anger trap, and being like, hey, I need a third workout. That's a very bad way and a bad facial gesture. But that's where the mind works out, like, hey, let's gravel for a little while. Very bad. No, not at all. But as the ego is going on, you then bring yourself to say, but he wanted to acknowledge my Muslim ship. So I wouldn't say my Nabhi wouldn't be angry. So he then left the sauna without saying a word because he just he couldn't. Yes, I think there was a test there was a and then he went and got admitted as an administrator. So I'm like, this is absolutely I want, I'm going to go to

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prophetic dynasty. That's what I kept saying, I'm like, nothing is going to stop me. I was like, Hey, can you get out of this, you get out of this right now. Because I don't need this. I don't need this in my day. So now he did the whole, I'm gonna get an administrator. And then whatever he said, he they walked past me clearly checking me out to see what I was doing. And then stopped at the corner of the pool and looked out and made a gesture to an empty pool. They were pointing at an empty pool going. Uh huh. So I walked over to them and said, Hey, I'm so glad you came over. I wanted to discuss whether it's appropriate in the first meeting, and I touched the first, the

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administrator on the neck, and then I looked him dead in the eye. And I said, How comfortable would you be if on our first meeting, I touched you here, and then all of a sudden, everyone froze, and I was like, Ha, now I'm comfortable. And so now both of these men have been smacked in the neck and their look, not harshly. My touch is dental, but aware. And he rolled.

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He rolled over a few of his sentences, and the long story short, I felt like I wasn't acting like my nubby friends. I felt like I was taking the example to carry the spirit of what he brought. I was in the right logically, I was in the right physically. And for all intents and purposes, guide talk, I could have taken him, blah, blah. That's not a good way stuff. For lunch. I'm sharing all sides of the story. But the object of my story is very weird situation. And I didn't say what would the Prophet do? I felt violated and I didn't like being touched. I felt touched, I felt violated. And so I shared my opinion as me not what the Prophet would do. But I stayed within the spirit. Sorry for

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all the facial motion. There's a lot of emotion. You can tell there was I was I got intense.

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But I use the spirit of what he brought.

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I hope that that means something to you. I didn't because when I left outside, I thought to myself, okay, we saw him just be a good boy and leave this alone. And that's not a good way to talk to yourself, because you're not a boy. And the one that clicked I was like, but my manhood had been moved and had been infringed upon. Oh, I forgot to tell you as they were walking in from the pool, past the Sunnah. I was lifting up to get my bag and I got a

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Hey, keep it up. And then I was then I was like, we did the deal.

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Do you want to tango brother just you know did tell me you want to dangle it'd be so much easier than the passive aggressive stuff. I like it let's grapple like let's not on a wet floor it's not gonna go well for you. And again, this is all ego talk. I did not want to fight anyone my soul wanted good for him. Ego just talks. So let's conclude here, friends. That last little slap right before I went into the sauna, and then he followed me into the sauna is what

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promoted me to identify the anger trap. Dr. Les Cotter, thank you so much for helping coach me through that. But I felt infringed. I didn't let Islam. Well, what does Islam say? I my feelings were hurt. And I allowed my Nabhi the way he would to me. He would say did you feel upset with some? And that's it. Did you guys get it or not? I have to be good. Because I am a newbie or trying to be like a newbie.

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If you got that you I'm in love. I've experienced love.

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That's it. I did what was Sam would do if he was a follower of Mohammed salatu salam not this superimposed with Sam has to be as patient and perfect as a prophet. And if you got that, then we have connected today. Thank you so much friends.

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That's it southern Florida lien Allahumma salli wa salam ala nabina. Muhammad, friends in honor and opportunity. Always a privilege, I'll see you soon was Salam Wa Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. I do have to go. Because my dad has been transferred home. He is home. He is.

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Thank you, Dennis, thank you for for being a guy just as a guy understanding that I really appreciate it. After two years of being in long term memory care, my father has been shifted home to hospice care, we are going to see his ship off and allow his soul to go over back to God. It is an absolute honor. I have loved for each and one of each and every one of you. Love is positivity. resonance, love is connection. Love is eye contact. Love is the inner net connection, the inner connection that we have together, I have experienced it with you. Love is a verb. It's not a noun. I don't own it, and it can't be exclusive. So I do love you and I pray the best for you. You are

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awesome. And my reverence and positivity, positivity, resonance towards you, which means May there be love, just like love her and everyone and just for fun and kick. So you can go to bed just to know that real men will not come off of their points if you ever expect your husband to be like, Oh, I get the point. When I touched the neck of the administrator and to him, he still said he kind of froze, looked down like a little boy and said, well you know, always touching you the way I would touch any friend and then he tried to like put his arm around the administrator put his arm around, not his hand on the neck. So he looked like a little boy but I again I'm not trying to defame him.

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He doesn't have a way to speak back for himself. But did you notice pant boy was caught with bathroom door open and he's still going to be a little boy. He's never going to change his opinion and say, Ah, I totally agree with what you're saying. Thank you friends. Allah loves you tremendously right now. May we be connected through that love. Thank you everyone was so damn Why did he come to LA he will Baraka