Yaser Birjas – Reliance

Yaser Birjas
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of practicing the holy water cooler and trusting Allah's teachings to achieve success in community outreach and achieve long-term health. They stress the need for strong emotions and practicing the cooler to avoid harm, and emphasize the importance of practicing the cooler to avoid harm. The speakers also emphasize the need for trust in oneself and personal experiences such as loss of jobs and parenting, and emphasize the importance of giving one's trust to control one's actions and moments. They urge participants to join their families program and daily Facebook groups to create healthy financial habits.
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While we get and forget to the Lord of the worlds we are always in

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how could I forget that She guided me to this thing? And for that reason soothes

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I'm armless

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Rob Delilah me I'm glad Ramblas phrases do the wrong behind me. I want to thank you I want to praise you in my brains my sacrifice

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I want to thank you I want to praise you in my prayers my sacrifice

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I want to thank you I want to praise you in my brains must sacrifice and

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I want to thank you I want to praise you give my prayer my sacrifice and die for you

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I'm feeling good week in love today got to say thanks to Allah forgive me Jana de Allah. Follow the breath debris to the trees back to me Can't you see I'm living live and

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got the sun shining down on me perfectly currently feeling the breeze

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and the cloud gave it shade to me read from me

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grow in the food that

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and we could never count your blessings every second so many lessons got me turning to the heavens. Thanks so he for creating me shaping me sustaining

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phrases to the bid on me.

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I'm blessed Chambliss breezes through the rock me I'm glad stampless praises to the rug behind me. I got a thank you for my eyes and my thighs and my toes and my nose and mouth and my lips and my smile and my ears and my peers and Mama mind and my time AMA and my friends and my Bose ama drowns and my health and my well then the love in my life and the fact that you sent me a beautiful or the good and bad for the strings that are happening for my mom mom and dad so much more I could add you give and we give while we get and forget do the Lord of the worlds we are always in that how could I forget that you guided me to this the end for that brings us to the blind me

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I'm blessed Chambliss

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Delilah me I'm blaming stampless phrases to the wrong behind me. I want to thank you I want to praise you in my brains must sacrifice and

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I want to thank them. I want to praise you in my prayers, my sacrifice.

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I want to thank you I want to praise you in my prayers, my sacrifice and

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I want to thank you I want to praise you give my friends my sacrifice and love for you.

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Dum Dum Dum Dum Dum Dum Dum Dum

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I'm feeling good waking up today got to say thanks to Allah forgive me Jana de Allah for the breath debris do the trees back to me. Can you see I'm living live

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got the son shot

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all right. So Dominic what Hookes law here what account are folks welcome

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to Ramadan 360 No, you are not in the wrong place you do not to need to readjust your internet or check your connection. You are at the right place. My name is Brother Ibrahim, I'm from Montreal, and I will be your host today at Hamdulillah we decided to give half site a little break a well deserved break Alhamdulillah but she is still with us in the chat box, you could you know she's still there hamdulillah somewhere.

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So welcome everybody to Ramadan. 360 is day eight session today is day eight analog and think about it how fast the man has been going. We are already in day eight, almost 1/3 of the month is hotspots.

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So folks, you know the drill, let's start changing our names mentioned where you're from, if you're new, if you have not done that before mentioned where you're from the city. Let's turn on those cameras in sha Allah. And if you want let's get maybe one or two comments, I'll read one or two comments about if somebody could share gems from yesterday, either or from the session before if you could share a gem from the session on gratitude. Or Russia was it was the first one or yesterday Right. So it was not their gratitude session. But for today so in the meantime while you drop a gem that you learned from yesterday

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for today in sha Allah we will have a session on Tawakkol reliance and we will have it with Chef Yasser Burgess

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to drop a one in the chat box below if you

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if you had a class with chatter yesterday but just drop a one in the chat box below. Okay Masha Allah Okay, so a lot of some of you here know him which class did you take with him?

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Which class did you take

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love notes in Toronto Okay.

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Masha Allah many classes okay, you're lucky you're lucky my sister bill please. Too many to count Ma sha Allah Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah all Mashallah. You went to the Bosnia trip. Okay. Yes. So he is there's apparently there's some, you know, rock gonna break any news. But, you know, keep your eyes open on future trips that are being organized by bless voyage and sha Allah. So folks,

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as we are getting closer, and Alhamdulillah, I was getting a code evolve. Code evolve. I think this is one of the top classes that are taught I didn't take it yet. But I always hear that it's one of the top classes that you can take with AdMob and Hamdulillah.

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Alright, so folks, as you are turning in your cameras, and as you are, you know, still sharing your gems. Just a brief word about Jackass about jazz. He's been he's been actually trying to guess how many classes has been did he teach or that amount of? I'll give you some numbers. If you think it's below 100 Drop a one if you think it's below 150. So between 100 and 150, drop a 250 to 200 drop or three

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and 200 250 and drop a four. Okay? And remember that Chef willing to assume he has he's the one I think with the most classes that are taught with that mushroom with around 250 classes and promote mistaken so drop your numbers. Let's see if you could try to guess how many classes the chef Yes, Jess teach with our mob?

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Jalen, those answers come in

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all right, Mashallah.

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Three to four, you just give it away.

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So shuffle is one single use that 250 Chef he asked him, he thought 197 classes 197 classes. So the correct answer was three. What do you mean five? There was no there was no five five was not even an option.

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Okay. Alhamdulillah

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Okay, so hamdulillah more people are tuning in right now. And search where are those gems? Oh, okay. They're posted on the board. Okay at hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah.

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All right, folks. So with that being said, let me see if I shift Yes, it is available and present with us. I could see him here

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Okay, so with that I'll ask you also to keep your gems, write down some gems in sha Allah because I will ask you to share them towards the end. And I see that he has his camera on Hamdulillah that means his his ready. So chef, yeah, somebody just hired the Logitech a lot for tuning in.

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The fact that Chef The floor is all yours like Michelle said I want to go on with the light I got I got to handle a lot of anatomy and so the levels are kind of hammered in mind it was like the cylinder Sleeman Kathira my my bad. I hope everybody's enjoying the month of Ramadan. Insha Allah Allah now that the first quarter of the month is gone. I hope you have so much you would like to catch up on that music hamdulillah you're doing great job. But now you'd like to be to reach that level of perfection. And now there is no such thing as perfection this dunya other than what Allah Subhana Allah allowed us to achieve and arrive at insha Allah azza wa jal but Alhamdulillah it's

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always good to know that we can do better we can do more inshallah that especially in this very blessed month of Ramadan and I'm very very very important thing to keep in mind in sha Allah as we move on with the month of Ramadan we move on with our daily life that we ask Allah subhana wa Tada to take it easy and make it easy for our brothers as soon as they are Bellami. We ask Allah subhana wa Tada for their for the Rama for their mercy you ask Allah Subhana Allah alleviate their suffering and remove the hardship they go through Allah we ask you that you deliver give them victory that you promise your brand I mean we ask Allah subhana wa Tada to strengthen their Eman and confirm their

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hearts and give them that peace and tranquility in their lives and protect them protect their family, their children, their livelihood, their household, they are Brandman brothers and sister today inshallah that discussion is going to be on the subject of the word coolala hito Baraka with Anna, when was the last time you sat down reflecting on this principle itself? telecon which means to rely and depend on Eliza, when was the last time you sat down truly and genuinely. And you just started reflecting? Is that? A minute okay, that Allah as of June because Allah Subhan Allah says and Allah have number two a kidney that he loves those who practice Tawakkol and Allah that with

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those who are killing those who depend on Him and rely on him, but am I truly one of those people? Do I practice telecoil regularly in my life? It's a very serious question as Rima because truly when it comes to the Lord CQL is one of those ribeye that was one of those acts of worship that we seems to be just

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simply gonna, like read about and reflect on simply as as a novelty of history or some acts of the most righteous, you know, figures that we read about in history, but we don't realize that this is something that you are required as a believer as well to to practice that you're supposed to be one of the fundamentals of your faith as a Muslim, is to truly have the Quran Allah subhanho wa taala. So really, I'm asking the question myself again, when was the last time you sat down deliberately and consciously, simply just to reflect on this principle of the vehicle to ask yourself a mind whatever can do that really practice this one? And how do I know that I am with the vehicle or not?

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And if I am not, then what do I really need to do in order for me to accomplish that goal? Besides I mean, what's the benefit of it anyway? So inshallah my discussion within these next few minutes when the line has really spoke about what the workload is, what the benefit of DevaCurl and how we can accomplish that, what could be in the light of autodata. Hopefully, by the end of this conversation, at least you have a road map for yourself, okay, what am I need to do in Charlottesville, because I really, really need this month of Ramadan, if I'm going to come up with anything beneficial. Let me get at least with this new practice, this new A vida of the heart, that I feel that I'm falling

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short or falling behind on accomplishing, so hopefully, Inshallah, we can do this together with Eliezer. So let's begin first of all by talking about the meaning of the water cooler itself. But the word good in the Arabic language is a verb that comes from Tabacalera token. And the essence of this verb, it means to depend to depend on others. It depends, it means that you delegate your affairs, and you put them in the hands of others for them to accomplish things that you yourself cannot accomplish on your own. So sometimes you need for them to do it all together from the beginning to the end. And sometimes you just need, you know, their assistance in helping you

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accomplish that particular good deed that you're hoping Michelada photo accomplishment alias. So, but that's from a linguistic definition of token from the technical definition to occur. What does it mean exactly Ricardo who are anti Madol, calm. They say it's about the dependence of the heart, the dependence of the heart, which means it's not the dependence of the body, the limbs, no, it's the dependents of the heart Adela hit America with Allah Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala fee JAL Bill menagerie word of Al mudhar to bring me benefits and defend me or protect me against harm. So the dependence of the heart on Allah subhanaw taala, to bring in that which is beneficial, and removing

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and pushing away that which is harmful. For me, God was a delicacy as well as Bab and accomplishing this by doing the ASVAB which means you, you will go into the means of accomplishing these matters. And then you put your efforts in the hands of Allah subhanho wa taala. And finally, I suppose as webinars through the legal means of accomplishing this matter, so they say that's basically it. For example, if it was if you would like to have kids, you're going to get married, if you'd like to protect yourself from

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from poverty and begging, they need to get to strengthen your skills and find a job for something. So you need to seek those means. So that legal means in order for you to accomplish specific goals with the help of Allah subhanaw taala. And the final part of the definition they say some are thicker to be level whatever the beholder Allah avacado relief and the teacher that then you trust Allah subhana does judgment in regards to the results. So if we look at it right now, I need to I need to bring my horse to focus on Allah subhana wa Bucha Hana in regards to bringing me good, defend me and protect me against any harm that could happen to me while I'm utilizing and using

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those legal means the permissible means of acquiring these things, put in my trust and Allah subhanaw taala and judgment at the end with the end results. So we might be doing many, many things in our life in a certain way. And I thought that I have acquired all the legal means and all the appropriate skills for that, let's say I wanted to, let's say maybe become a successful business person. I would like to have some online business inshallah or maybe I wanted to get married and have kids and this and then so I made all this stuff out on the SD Shara and then I put everything right now in the hands of Allah subhana wa Tada. Things didn't come out. They didn't phase out the

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way I was hoping for them to do does that mean that I failed? That's when the devil comes in. Because you're a b I did everything right. I didn't even the way you asked me to do it. Your Allah Now I didn't get the result of this matter into your hands. So if ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada was for me to get what I was hoping for. handler that's a plus. But if Allah azza wa jal did not, it's still part of the test. It's still part of the test. And that's when I put my trust in Allah subhanahu, wata and with all my efforts, rather than assistance as you can see here, when it comes to the subject of Java code, I need few things in order for me to format our code to be a proper over here.

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The first thing the first thing is to have a strong Iman a strong belief in Allah subhana wa Tada that he is the controller of all affairs. I have to have the full trust that Allah subhanaw taala is the controller of all affairs. And that's the first thing I need to do, to have again, the full trust that Allah subhanaw taala is a control of our affairs. Why is that? Because he's 100 he's a creditor. Subhanallah Dan, Allah says Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, doesn't he know better? Since you the one who created Whoa, a lot of people have been and he's the most subtle, the most knowledgeable Subhana wa knowing all things. So if we trust that He is the Creator Subhana

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Mata Allah, and he knows what is what is

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what is best for you because he's the creators of Panama. So why worry about things that happened in your life, you know that he says, I will get to that which is best for you. What is best for me, the most likely is actually the end result. As Allah says, we're not happy, but to the 13 not necessarily in the immediate, immediate

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first, so the first thing is to have that the strong belief that Allah subhanaw taala is that he is the controller of all efforts. The second thing for me in order for me to do that, is that I do my part, I do my part, the way Allah subhana asked me to do so I need to take the ASVAB and the means to success over here. Because Allah says in the Quran, Kavala Dena Jaha definitly, Nadia Nam sabudana you strive you struggle first in my way, and I'll guide you the straight path. So I need first of all, to put the effort there. And then I would I would after that, delegate that to Allah subhanho wa taala. So again, the first thing I need to have the knowledge that ALLAH SubhanA control

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of all offers, and He is the Creator of all things Subhana wa Tada The second thing I need to do my part, because Allah has asked me to do my part in these matters. Well, at the end of the day, how did you know that didn't know. So we're gonna, you start, I'll guide you through, it's not going to just come from from the sky, Allah will guide you if you start to shallow to Baraka with that, obviously, we'll talk about the ASVAB the legal means and the passive means to make things successful. Number three, make the ASVAB need to be attached to the, to the skill, not to the heart, your heart is attached to Allah subhanho wa taala. So while I'm doing that, as Bob, while I'm

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working, while I'm studying, while I'm improving my my, my, let's say time management and so on, all these things are just means to success. But my attachment, my heart attachment is to Allah subhanahu wa taala many, many people unfortunately fail in this one why because they start having so much hope in the means. But then they forget about Allah subhana wa Tada judgment that he might not even allow it to happen for you. So we start focusing on going to the to the person who is the most connected person to make it happen. We are paying our money into certain areas so they can make it happen. We try to take that certification that degree and go to this counselor and in many, many, many things

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have handled and at the end, Allah Subhanallah doesn't well it is not going to happen. So remember that your heart needs to be attached to Allah subhanho wa Taala while your body is the one that is actually working and attaching to the ASVAB so what I'm doing my ASVAB hamdulillah by my heart just over the last version, why is it so important? Because if the results are not in accordance to what I was hoping for, you will never be disappointed. Never be disappointed because hellos mean, well, I did everything in my power. And Allah does not want this to happen for me. So therefore I trust Allah's judgment that there's something better for me in there, and I move on, that is Taco. That is

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the outcome. You don't can just deny this as Bob and for them or believe in the ASVAB to be the real means of success. And then when they fail, you kind of like lose hope completely. Because you were attached to this well, you thought that they are the one that would probably maybe bring you success you're hoping for now how strong people are in that regard? Well, no, we're all human beings. Remember the sort of the man who came to the Prophet SAW Allah sent me the message and then he was dying because he was had his camel outside.

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And then he asked Professor Samuel Rasulullah

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Kealoha Torkel at the Wirkkala like, should I tie down first and then put my trust in Allah? Or should I just put my trust in Allah and leave my camera as is? And the Prophet says?

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No, you first do your part, you tie the camel down. And then he put put your trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala now on the other hand, I want to make mention a story although it's just a habit of Allah Anwar, but we're all human beings, we have those moments of weakness sometimes. You know, when, when Madrid and de Madrid and Variera, they were married in the, in the, in the, in the system of slavery back in those days. So Maria became a free lady. And when she became a free lady, she she left her husband, when she had the right to kind of like another marriage and move on. Suddenly, he realized how much he loved Iran, and he was crying his eyes out for her. And he went to over close a deal,

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comma, and others trying to help him, you know, to bring her back to him. Finally, he comes to the Rasulullah sallallahu because she kept saying no to everybody. She's not going to come back then. And now Malik goes to Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam as a final resort, because in his heart probably in his mind that you know what, if Rasul Allah comes to her, I think she's not gonna say no, like, how could she say no to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam so we had so much hope that she will return back to him because the prophets of Allah Salah

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is now actually interceding for him and he getting involved into it right now. So he goes to the Law Center Vera and he tells the Yabba era Allah, Allah movie Why don't you reconsider and go back to Murray forgot to do Rasul Allah Shafia Nam ama is that an order to obey or you just given me instruction just like any suggesting something he goes no no I'm just suggesting that cloud in cannabigerolic Avella hydrated maybe if this is the case I'm sorry I'm not interested in

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now obviously I'm trying to imagine when the professor was coming back to Malaysia problem let's sitting down there rubbing his hands so excited that hamdulillah she's fine she's back to heck together devastating news that even the Prophet says I'm intercession did not work out so he broke in tears and he was actually chasing her out you know the streets crying for a lot there's a lot more than that one day even the prophets Allah salami so he saw him and his uncle ambassadors and because caller does Allah gentlemen help him with in video, we will devalue the Terminator. Look how astonishing how much Malik loves the euro. And how much billionaire hates me with

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like, this wasn't a super cool love, unfortunately. But my point two turns into what could perhaps move it in that moment. Being in such an emotional situation. His heart wasn't where it was supposed to be.

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So he put that that Jani Halas in the hands of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, she is going to be okay. But the prophet says and could not convince him and to him, he just broke into the lawn hold on he was like almost losing it in that moment. Now what happens in matters Allah knows. Well we know for sure is that when it comes to the work Kojima Your heart needs to be with Allah subhana wa Atana but your body, your hands, your eyes needs to be with the skill that you're trying to acquire that you have the means to make that difficult become successful. Insha Allah hooter Baraka, Anton. Now, what do we get out of having that sense of DevaCurl and reliance on Allah azza wa jal, there's

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so much how you can get out of it. The first thing we find it in Hadith, Abdullah Hadith, Muhammad Husayn or the Allahu Allahu wa, when the Prophet Salah Sam says Cadet Holloman mati so we're gonna Alphen build a Seminole add up, he said, Salah Sam, there will be 70,000 people now in terms of 70,000 is the exact number or just exaggeration of the size of the crowd. The ultimate, they say 70,000 Doesn't necessarily mean 70,000 specific weather needs a lot of people, a lot of people like there were many people will enter Jannah he says Be ready hisab and one other, there will be no account for them. And there'll be no hisab which means they're not going to be standing there to

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measure this because they're off the hook. They're good enough. So they're not going to go through what other people would have to go through. And then also how of course the professor he mentioned that he also sent me him Lana, who are they? Who are they also like, Could you please tell us for this blog because people they were throwing suggestions and they say they were the early Sahabas and they say there's that. But then he says hola Semcon Humala dinner last last often, they don't see graffia personally.

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What are your own they don't practice superstition. What I act on catherization they avoid using the fire and treatment Kailua Bay metal karoun And they fully trust or rely on Allah subhanho wa taala. Now these four qualities if you do them, it's not considered haram. That but it's my crew and it defies the whole concept of our Quran Allah subhanho wa Taala one man he heard the Prophet saw some say the Colorado's Allah, Allah Allah Allah Quran and we also like can you make the point that it will be one of them? And the professor told he was in this was was Akasha Khan. Yes, you're one of them. He gave him the gate and colors he gave them guaranteed antigen. And then the amount of the

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money he said, How about me eversewn because I was in South Africa, we our cash our cash, took the first the first one and that's the talus. Now these four again one more time we say it kind of last taboo. They don't go to other secret okay for them, they do look out for themselves. However if other people volunteer to do it, okay for them, they're reminded number two, well, ah, yes. What I what I tell your own, they're not they're not superstitious, they're not superstitious, meaning they don't you know, stop going to a trip or somewhere because there's someone said something or they heard something that made me feel superstitious about it. Now, they don't believe in that stuff.

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What I actually own they don't always catherization or fire in the use of treatment, although it's not haram, but they just kind of like don't use fire until the treatment by YrB metal karoun And they fully rely and they put the trust in Allah subhanaw taala May Allah make you among them? Oh, they are Bananaman. Another thing from what we learned about Tawakkol Musa alayhis salam, he made it he made it in Allah so I mentioned this in the summit of moussaka, Wirkkala Musa, call me a moose etc. As people call out on me In Kuntum Edmonton Villa if you truly believe in Allah, for Allah whatever color then you put your trust in Allah subhana wa Tada in continuous living if you're truly

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submitted to Allah subhanaw taala so what does that mean? He's making a typical conditional our case and making a man conditional on Tawakkol meaning you're not a true believer, unless you unless you truly trust Allah subhanaw taala unless you truly rely on Allah azza wa jal, that's a very important thing. Because Hamdulillah I pray, I made my salah, I first saw Madonna work across the hall to her job and do many of these good deeds. But when it comes to events in life, my heart is always shaking, because I don't think I have the proper understanding of the work could maybe I'm not really having a debacle in Las Panatela. So my Eman is really is not what it's supposed to be. So

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yes, the work is very essential. And if you do so handle up damage and increase your Eman and actually give you the seal of someone who truly submits to the will of Allah subhanahu wa Tada

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and Allah azza wa jal He even gave us a handle I guarantee that if you trust Allah azza wa jal, he will be enough for you are allowed to order Kota Romito colada lipo husband,

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those who truly trust Allah and they put their lives on Allah azza wa jal, Allah is sufficient for them. Well, I, I can't see the manifestation of this in a way and situation more and better than what's happening in us right now. For the websites and vermelha make it easy for the metal behind me with all what they go through with all what they had to go through the panel. I would come to try to compromise their email and their dean. They're still they're still have that staunch stance on they believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala because they trust Allah azza wa jal, Allah, Allah will take care of them in the dunya and in the ACA and we ask Allah to make that in the dunya so swift and fast and

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mediate your anatomy. Allah subhanho wa Taala you have been multiple Killian ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada he loves those who trust Him and put the trust in Him subhanho wa Taala brothers and sisters there's so much we could talk about the worker but I want to I want to talk about how can I get that local inland? Alright, how am I gonna get how can I become a person who truly have to talk to Allah subhanho wa Taala will have share with you a few things Inshallah, number one, in order for you to have that strong vocal on Allah to Baraka Allah number one thing is to have a strong strong Eman Bill Allah Okada that you have a strong faith and Eman and Allah subhanho wa Taala predestination

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and the color of Allah azza wa jal because without believing in the power of Allah subhana wa Tada we lost, we are lost. So what does that mean when we believe in the color of Allah subhana wa Tada there are four steps to believe in color of Allah azza wa jal

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number one,

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that you know that Allah subhana wa has known this that Allah Allah Allah, Allah has knowledge is is

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eternal. Allah's knowledge is limitless, it has no boundaries. So Allah is ALLAH SubhanA wa he knows the past and the future forever because the limbs of Hannah Montana so you know that you believe that Allah has knowledge, there is a compass and everything. Number two, you believe that ALLAH SubhanA wa has written all these things, all that knowledge, all that knowledge is already documented, documented, however, that documentation does not necessarily does not necessarily control what you do. It's actually only documenting what you're going to be doing by the knowledge of Allah subhana wa Tada number three,

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that you believe in Allah subhanaw taala is great well, and and divine well of allowing things to happen the way they do. So what does that mean? When I see good or bad? Why these things happen because Allah allows them to happen. So when I choose good Allah allows it to happen when I choose bad Allah allows it to happen, allows it to happen Subhana wa Tada. Here's the thing, even even claim, Rahim Allah he explained and Kedah will cover beautifully here over the will of Allah span beautifully. He says look, when it comes to era to lions, the Allah's Will, there is a rattle konia and that is universal irida which is which encompasses everything that you see in this creation, the

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good and the bad, and the ugly, Allah allowed all these things to exist as part of the tests of Hana data core, the radical, the universal one the big circle. So you have the halal and haram in it, the good and the bad, the crime and safety, Marriage Divorce all these in that you see in this world, they exist in that big circle of allowed the circle of the allowed

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out of all these things that he created Subhanallah wasn't allowed to happen, he chose a smaller one. And he put everything good into it.

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Everything good that Allah subhanaw taala made good, he put that into it. And then he asked us to follow that this is called the circle of command. So you have the circle of the allowed near the circle of the command. So in that command circle, Allah subhanaw taala put everything that he wills for us to do by His Command to get us to Jannah so and he sent us He sent us prophets and messengers, he sent us guys and scholars. He gave us free

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Well, he gave us a call so you can reason with things and so on and make our decision to move from the big circle into the smaller circle. So those who move into the smaller circle, they're still in the big circle overall. So they're still in the hole of Allah subhanaw taala, to choose good. And those who don't go into the good circle, they stay in the outside circle, which is they're still basically within the will of Allah Subhana Allah to allow them to choose that, not that they created their own. And the fourth, the fourth thing about remember cada is to know that after Allah was these things, he facilitates by creating these actions for us. Meaning nothing exists around us,

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except that ALLAH subhanaw taala wills it to happen. So for me as a believer, I first of all I need to have a strong believer in Allah will cover so whatever happens as the prophets as I mentioned, Hadith, even Ambassador Ratan Wardha.

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In the Hadith, colossal Allahu alayhi wa sallam marlim, an MA Sabah, Colombia, Cali, Colombia Kulusuk you have to understand that Whatever befalls you wherever we fell you it was never meant to miss you. And or whatever missed you it was never meant to hit you or or you receive it. Because Allah Subhan divine Well, that happened for us once things happen, happens by the permission of Allah subhanaw taala. And now it's my test, to look around and see what I can do to make things right and change that color with the Word of God and inshallah have done. The second thing in order for me to have a strong talk on Allah subhanho wa Taala is to learn to submit to delegate all my

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efforts Allah has chosen after doing my my my part, I've studied, I've researched, I asked people, I even made surveys, I did everything I could in order for me to get the best result. And then after this holiday, leave it to Allah subhanaw taala delegate the results to Allah subhanaw taala. Look, you delegate the results, not as bad. The as bam, you're responsible to acquire them to do everything in your power to acquire the sperm and this means for success. But you need to make sure that you delegate the results to Allah subhana wa Tada because no matter what the results are, they're meant to be as part of the test. Sometimes I need to change those results with a bit of

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powder. And sometimes there's nothing I can do about it. So I just submit to the will of Allah subhanho wa taala. As a result of that, of course, we need to understand that in order for me to have to work coal, I need to make sure that I do understand that I needed to start first, I need to work on my ASVAB acquiring the means as Allah Subhan This is what Lavina Jahad Ophelia didn't know. So when you put the effort, I'll guide you through. You can't just sit there and ask Allah Subhana Allah for success for your exam, or for that in that interview or a new relationship with your spouse and so on. When you're not really taking the means to success. So for example, we have issues

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with your spouse, you need counseling, and if you're gonna just sit home and just think that you know what, no, I don't need counseling, how are you going to be successful there? If your child is not doing well, you know, health wise I need to go and see a doctor I need to go and ask an expert with that if you're not going to do the sensitivity talk or Allah subhana wa jal you can't do this, you cannot do this. If you would like to maintain a healthy financial habits, don't overspend and many other things and then expect Allah's power provide for me, you need to be responsible as well too. So again, you have the ASVAB but we talked about as we said, when it comes to the ASVAB the

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means of success, you have to make sure that with these means you are you're attached to your heart, Allah subhanahu Hutan so it's not like these means that bring me success, the only vehicles it just a just a means by which I can accomplish that good inshallah with the baraka, what are and then

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last thing I would like to add insha Allah azza wa jal is

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you need to increase your and your knowledge

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because how can I really have a strong email put our cudham How can I just let go and submit myself to Allah subhanho wa Taala How can I know that this is a mean of success or otherwise in this area or that area for example, that requires a lot of knowledge. We had Allah subhanaw taala confab alum and Allah Allah Allah, Allah have the knowledge there is no God worthy of worship but ALLAH SubhanA with that, when it says Subhanallah Dada NMF Shalom everybody, those who truly have the cautious of Allah subhanho wa Taala they feed of Allah is among the servants of Allah that people have knowledge. The more you know, the more likely you will understand what color is how to submit

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yourself to the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala what are the areas I need to I need to work on in order to improve my chances of success and so on. So, so that's why that's why knowledge is extremely extremely important. May Allah subhana wa Dhana give us the ability to accomplish this your beloved Amin I ask Allah subhana wa Tala to keep our hearts connected to him. We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to increase our reliance and dependence on him We ask Allah subhana to give us the ability to be true Muslims, those who submit to us well Subhana wa Taala We ask Allah azza wa jal to give us the ability to

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delegate our refers to him Subhanallah what we ask a lot is to always make our affairs best for us in this dunya and in the AFA and we ask Allah subhanaw taala to make it easy for others as we ask Allah Subhana Allah to protect him and shielded from all harms your beloved Amin to accept the shahada to heal the wounded and gives you for those who are sick and return those who are absent We ask Allah subhanaw to give safety those are Allah we are Bill alameen and bring them home safely all along Donna

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Amin Amin Baraka law fixture has of just for this beautiful reminder.

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And it felt like a condensed class, masha Allah

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so before I take the first questions, I just a reminder, some of you already did, you are sending your questions to me privately so that I don't lose them. That would make it easier for me. So we're going to have approximately 10 minutes of q&a.

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Realistically speaking, we might not be able to answer every question. So please be patient with us in sha Allah. So I would just want to show you folks the beautiful Padlet that we have. And this is from all of Omega 360. So you can go back there and go back to if you need some notes, or some gems from previous days. You could see them right here. I'm not going to read them. I'm not going to highlight any of them because I want to take the time back to give back the time to check so but just for the q&a, but this is the link, it's in the chat box below. Probably it's buried right now, but inshallah you could dig it and find it or somebody could repost it in sha Allah. So for the

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questions, first question is showing us the definition of the worker that we mentioned, what's the reference? Was it at the definition by a scholar or was it where do we get the definition from? This is actually it's all different words because it will pay more hemella use that definition. The verb is the definition as well to Rahmatullah Pty limited all automatically when they find the Tawakkol they see it magically be our lives depend on what data is the reliance of the heart and Allah azza wa jal, always the fatale Masada a different model, when bringing the beneficial and benefits and remove all harms, and keep us away from all homes, of course, my affidavit ASVAB. So in addition to

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that, they say while you're using the means to success, and you delegate the results into the hands of Allah subhanaw taala, afterwards, Allah barnacle a fixture? The second question is, because the worker is an act of ibadah, if we don't have it fully, or in the process of learning, are we sinful for having incomplete the worker not the months of * Allah subhanaw

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taala master data and you need to be conscious of Allah subhana wa eautiful illogical as much as you can, so if, in the process, you know, as I'm trying to learn to have that talk, because probably most of my life as has always been,

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let's say, an alpha male, for example, my life or somebody would say I was a type A personality, higher achievers, and so on. So we always, always work on accomplishing things and we cannot accept anything below success below 100% For example, so we be used to that all our lives. And now suddenly we realize the reality of life is different. Not everything is going to come your way no matter how much effort you put into it. And sometimes you start just wondering, I but I did everything right, what's going on here? Why am I getting what I'm asking for? Well, that's why this life is a test. You see, with ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada, that relationship is not one it's not mathematical, there's not

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one plus one equals two. Again, remember the relationship with Allah subhana wa that is not mathematical. Why? Because Allah Subhana Allah, he could give you an abundance without input from you know input, but Allah has given you in abundance. Why? Because he's getting Subhanallah he's the most generous and you could be doing everything right. And you still don't get the result that you wish for. Take the example of take the example of nadesan know Ali Salam, he did everything in his power, he gave that 950 a millennium

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you give down for almost 1000 year and if anyone should believe then at least the closest to this man because it will be consistent with his path and His ways for an entire Molina Arias that was still his wife and his children they chose to always charged at least they chose not to be among the believers. So just because we're doing everything in our power does not necessarily mean that we are gonna actually

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accomplish what we hope for. But you're definitely gonna get something that Allah Subhana Allah wills for you and if you trust Allah's judgment, instead of me trying to keep knocking on that same door forever. Maybe I need to look at the door that is open when is it? It will claim Rahim Allah says something beautiful call in Allah terracotta Allah it Avaloq Hekmati Fatiha Amira Hannity, if Allah subhana wa Taala chooses to close a door out of our wisdom, he will definitely open another hour of mercy.

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Some people they insist on that door over and over again keep knocking over they tried to break that door down Subhanallah and is that budget is not open

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went behind them there tons of doors are the open but they just didn't want to turn turn around to see where the door just open. So if ALLAH SubhanA wa dallah chose for you something that you did not maybe like so Hanalei just simply turn around and see where that door is. Allah has just kind of with that I will open up out of Mercy inshallah da na. barnacle eviction Nana follow avec. The next question is, can you please clarify regarding the fire treatment for the Hadith are people that do not fire treatment and how is it used today, like not well, in terms of the use and fight and treatment, back in the days obviously, if they if anyone has wounds and evangelists in time people

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they still hit and let's say a metal piece and then they kind of like they press it on this on the on the skin to remove a cyst for example, sometimes or even seal a wound or something. They used to do that in the past, and sometimes they still until Until today, the prophet service and even as a matter of fact, another Hadith he said that among the best treatments, he says one of the most one of the things he mentioned palabok kriya tominaga also catherization using fire. But in this hadith he says if you would like to be among them with Achille, among those who would 70,000 go to the agenda without any have to go to the auditing didn't do these four things. So what is the uses of

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catherization? Today? Some scars actually, they say that, and that's an interesting, controversial thing, using using laser like LASIK for example, or hair removal for example, using laser with that because it's easy, it's fire.

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So would that take the person out of the 70,000 when someone asked me this question, I said yeah,

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you must you we will perfected everything, they get us into Jannah and that's the only one you think is gonna get you out of the 70,000 Allah understand. I would say just trust Allah's judgment do the right thing sha Allah may Allah make it easy for me now, I don't know if you've seen sure sometimes they do a type of hijama with fire inside of it.

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Because that's not it's not on the skin itself. The classical hijama is when they put smoke into the cup and then they put it on the on the wound. So that actually it creates of course you know the pressure and start sucking that blood out. That's different they only put the smoke into the into the cup and sometimes the cotton piece, which is so good alcohol, they burn it and they put it in the in the cup, and some of them some of them they leave it in there as a matter of fact, so that the blood goes onto the the cotton itself, but overall if you use that fuser hmm oh that fire is better for you inshallah. So I'm going to combine two questions into one here chef, as the students

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are asking, they feel that sometimes Tawakkol goes up and down. And we know that there are changes the auditor, does the Tawakkol how much tobacco do I have? Does that also change my fate or my product? Well, keep in mind Allah Subhana Allah already knew the future. So he knew that one day you will make the DUA he knew that you will have that worked with at a higher level for example, so by His Divine absolute knowledge of Hana, whatever, he knew that you're going to be making that and so he before even that, that that cover was recorded, ALLAH SubhanA wa to the world that it will be changed for you. So not that he didn't know about it, he knew Subhanallah Anna so it was recorded as

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the new product that that should happen to you, but I don't know that you don't know that. So my job in this life is to try to do my best to make sure that my other is in a way that is most pleasing to Allah subhanho wa Taala that's all what I'm struggling for. Now.

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So I'll your books I'll keep the questions. So what is relevant to the topic and sha Allah? Not the questions related to Office? Somebody's asking about bitcoins problem.

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Well, you brought it up

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okay, so, okay, so for the questions related to the topic of

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silicone, so does Oh, could cuddle, okay, so you've touched a little bit upon it, but if we can maybe elaborate, because our other could change with our Tawakkol Okay. Does that mean that even like we are, the order is being written actively will like how does it work, or hasn't been already previously recorded, it's already been recorded the cutter for us you're we're alive right now. And since you're already life is already handled here, ALLAH SubhanA has audio recorded everything for you even an 11 month old, when the child in the in the in the still the belly of the mother's, the angel comes down to be that soul into that by that body and then writes these four things. And one

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of them is basically a threat or other anomaly or a recipe or shuttling outside. So everything is already written for us when we are going to die, what we're going to earn, are we going to be successful or not in this dunya and the ACA, so all it's written about us that

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question is, do I know what's written for me? I don't. That's why when Okasha asked the Prophet says about this, he says, God Rasul Allah, even for female Iman, if this is the case that Allah has written everything, why bother than, like, why bother doing anything, then? Carla Emanuel, for coulomb is only methodical. So don't say that, listen, focus on what's relevant to you. Just do your thing. Because you don't know what Allah has written for you. You don't know what Allah knows about you in the future. But you can make it right, you can make it right what Allah has written about has written about you by choosing the right thing. So my job is not to worry about what Allah knows

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about me in the future, how my end is going to look like in the future I need to work on what am I going to do now. That's what matters to me. So choose the right thing today, hopefully, your end result will be on that path Inshallah, because the Prophet says, Look, you do. And Allah will make it easy for you. So if you do choose Good lord, facilitate good for you. But if you do choose bad, Allah will facilitate that bad for you. So he's just going to facilitate what to choose. So he makes sure to choose, right? Again, I don't know how my end result is going to be, which is why we cannot judge anybody in this life, if they're going to be good or bad until they die, until they die,

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because we don't know. Long enough I love the last question, folks, I'm gonna get I'm going to combine two into one.

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How do we know how much effort is done? And if we overwork? Is that a sign of a weak Tawakkol?

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I mean, I think this question is a bit subjective, because it depends on what effort you're talking about, like for example, somebody start, they want to get married, right? And they are very obsessed. So they have a long list and they keep you know, changing and looking and scrutinizing and asking people questions to make sure he's the right person, she's the right person. And they become too much too much basically, in obsessed with that, or the idea of as bam, that they just there is no room for tackling him. I mean, we have to accept that this life is already designed to be hazardous. Allah Subhana Allah says Calakmul insanity, Kevin, you've been created with cable, which

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means toiling constantly, you're going to always be working on for one thing rather than one thing. So even if you marry the right person, doesn't mean it's gonna be easy.

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It's gonna be easier, probably. But not necessarily easy. So there's always an element of risk over here. So people that just need to learn that there is an there's, there's a limit. So whether it's like in financial things, if it's choosing someone for marriage, if it's steady thing, it's business trip, whatever that is, I just need to do whatever is required for me to do in terms of just investigating and finding the right information and then inshallah make this Farah and trust Allah's judgment and move on.

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was set out I was like when I got told to fall down to the floor the floor is all yours like a lot that

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height and I said I'm really caught up into labor category one or the bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah Hill Karim Baba rubbish roughly Saudi were serially Emery. Well hello looked at a melissani of Kabul Kohli.

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Alright, so in sha Allah, today we're going to be reflecting over Tawakkol and Hamdulillah. We got an excellent, comprehensive lesson on Tawakkol. What it means, what the benefits are, how we can develop our coal. And just just a little bit before I hear from you remember that the word the word coal, it occurs 44 times in the Quran, and the name of Allah, Allah kill which is from the same root as the word topical, topical is to rely and Anwar keel is the one on whom you rely, it is the one whom you attach your heart to. It is the one whom you depend on, in order to achieve your goals in order to seek safety from what it is that you want to avoid. And this name of Allah, Allah kill

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occurs 14 times in the Quran. And we have learned that the word Kol is actually an action of the heart. It is Robu dia, it is servitude to Allah, through your feelings through what goes in your heart, and to what call is to put your trust in Allah, to rely upon Him, to entrust your affairs to him while calling upon him. And also while being pleased with what Allah subhanaw taala decrees for you, being pleased with the results that Allah subhanaw taala chooses for you. Why? Because you know, that Allah is enough for you. And because you believe that whatever Allah subhanaw taala decides for you, is better for you than what you decide for yourself.

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And when you look at the Quran, you see that Tawakkol is the way of all of the prophets of Allah. We learned in the Quran that no Allahu Salam said, for Allah, Allah He Tawakkol to I put my trust in Allah. Sure I barely his Salam said, Allah, Allah itoa kana upon Allah, we put our trust, Ibraheem Alehissalaam said Robina I lake at our kuleana our Lord on you, we put our trust. Musa alayhis salam said to his people, In Kuntum Amman to Billa he violated our Kullu if you truly believe in Allah, then put your trust in Allah, the prophets of Allah set to their opponents. Were madeleina, a learner to our killer Allah Allah. Why should we not put our trust in Allah? Meaning of course, we

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are going to put our trust in Allah. This is something that is part of our belief. And this is the way that we that we accomplish our goals and say you don't meet our Killeen, the leader of all those who put their trust in Allah, who was he? It is our Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what was his way? He put his trust in Allah. In the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala tells him repeatedly, that put your trust in Allah, put your trust in Allah and there's numerous verses that mentioned that. So it is the way of those who believe the way

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Those who humble themselves before Allah, that they put their trust in Allah, because they see the might the perfection of their Lord. And they see their own weakness and their limitations. And when you look at the word Tawakkol, from the route while calf lamb is another word, which is a local, and a local, is actually a modular brief meaning a man who is weak. All right. So, a person who is weak, is not able to do everything themselves, right, they need someone to help them, they need someone to, you know, do their work for them. Because they're, they're incapable of doing everything themselves. So this is the the reality of the workload, that you know, that you don't have control

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over everything. You know, that even though you're putting in your best efforts, and even though you, you you may be, you know, you know what you're doing, still things are not in your control, the results are not in your control, right, things could still go wrong. And it is to acknowledge that we can only accomplish our goals with the Tofik of Allah, with the help of Allah when Allah subhanaw taala facilitates, when he allows, when He enables, and to what call is, is related to humility as well. Right? In the Quran, we learn about how when the when the Muslims went for the battle of her name, Allah subhanaw taala says that in our Juba, Catarratto, your great numbers impressed you and

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you were feeling very confident that you know you you've got this. But what happened fell, Antonia unkown che and your great numbers did not benefit you at all. So Tawakkol is about recognizing that no matter how capable I am, and no matter how well I know my stuff, all right, no matter how confident I feel.

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The results are not guaranteed.

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Why? Because at the end of the day, Allah subhanaw taala is will prevails. So it is to, to humble yourself before Allah and put your trust in Him. That He he's got you. Right that he has your back. That with his help, you will be able to accomplish your goals. With his help in sha Allah, you will be safe. So Tawakkol is needed in all situations. Whether you find yourself capable, strong, ready, or you find yourself weak, okay? Afraid or you feel like you don't have the means. No matter what situation you find yourself in. The work goal is should always be a part of the process. It should always be the state of your heart that you are putting your trust in Allah, not in yourself, not in

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your efforts, not in your strength. Not in your plan. You're putting your trust in Allah. Now, instead of the Toba? Allah subhanaw taala tells us in verse number 51,

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that call lane you sleep burner. Ilana Khattab Allahu Luna, that oh Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam declare this, that lay you sleep burner,

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never will touch us never will reach us never will, will strike us

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Illa except maquette of Allah who Lehner what Allah subhanaw taala has written for us meaning nothing except what Allah has written for us will reach us

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who am Oh learner, he is our guardian our protector why Allah Allah if Allah Tala Khalil mcmeen On and on Allah should the believers put their trust. Now this is an excellent idea which helps us understand what telecoil is and how how we're supposed to think when we have to work hold on Allah.

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The first thing is

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Elaine, you sleep Anna Illa market of Allah hula now we learned in this ayah that

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whatever Allah decrees is what is going to happen. Right nothing but that. So whether it is something good or something painful, right? We we gain something we lose something we

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I earn some benefit or we suffer some kind of harm, whatever it may be, whatever it is that happens in our life, physically, financially, socially, emotionally in any way whatsoever. It happens when it happens when Allah subhanaw taala has decreed that for us, it happens according to Allah subhanaw taala is decree.

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The second thing we learned from this is Matt Khattab Allah Who Lehner

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what happens to us happens because Allah subhanaw taala has decreed it for us.

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Notice it is for us, not against us.

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What does that mean? That means that when you believe in Allah, anything that happens to you, actually happens for your good for your benefit.

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Didn't the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say that may you read the love will be higher on useless admin who? Whoever Allah intends good for he puts him in, in in some kind of hardship. Right? So even when there is a parent suffering, even when there's pain and death and loss, and loneliness and abandonment, whatever it may be, it is happening in your favor.

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And this is why even when it comes to the incident of if the great slander against our eyeshadow de la marinha Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran letter Cebu shall Allah con Belle Hua Cairo LACOB do not think that it is bad for you in it as it is actually good for you. Why because amazing is the affair of the believer. Right? If something good happens, he is grateful. If something painful, difficult happens, he is patient and through that patience, he goes so far he earns so much benefit.

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So who am I Lana, he is our Mala, he is our protector. And this is something that only those who believe in Allah can say that Allah is there to protect me.

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And why Allah Allah if Allah Tala killing me known, Allah subhanaw taala is telling us that on Allah let the believers put their trust, meaning in all situations, in all types of difficulties. So this shows us that the what call is needed, when in every single matter, every single affair.

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When you leave your house, you're going for a walk, you're going for a run, you're going to a grocery store, you're going to work, you're going to run your errands, you leave your house, what should you say Bismillah he, the word Cal to Allah Allah, in the name of Allah, I put my trust in Allah. That's what the prophets of Allah who earliest and and taught us that when we leave our house, we're stepping out the door, we declare that we put our trust in Allah. Right. So to what call is needed in every single matter, even when you're cooking, honestly, for me, I need a lot of the worker when I'm preparing food, because I don't know what may go wrong, right? I don't know if

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it may burn or it may not be ready on time or, you know, people could really go hungry. Right? So to what cool is needed in every single matter.

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You think that you know, you're writing an exam and you're like, Yes, I answered every question. But then once you you hand it over, you realize afterwards I don't think I turned the page over. Right? So the what call is needed when you when things are in control. And also when you think that that you know you you made a huge blunder. The local is needed even when you're worshiping Allah. Allah subhanaw taala says far boo what our colourful, worship him and put your trust in him.

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Why? Because it's not always easy to worship Allah. Right? Like, for example, you're fasting these days, and you have work to do. You've got a family to take care of. Right? And you wonder how am I going to manage everything. So where your fear begins to increase and your anxiety begins to increase for whatever reason, you will find weakness in yourself you'll find a lack of resources, whatever it is that's causing you fear and anxiety. You need who you need Allah. You need to put your trust in Allah. Sometimes you're dealing with people who are not truthful, who are not trustworthy, right, but you can't, you have to deal with them. In the Quran, we learned the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is told

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But if the enemy inclines to peace, making peace and start a war, then go ahead and accept that with our color Allah Allah and put your trust in Allah. So even when you're dealing with treacherous people, you put your trust in who? Allah azza wa jal when you want to accomplish your goals for either xenta Once you've made up your mind, then fatawa QCL Allah, Allah put your trust in Allah. And when you put your trust in Allah, what happens? You draw closer to Allah, and you receive the love of Allah in the Lucha your hibel with our killing.

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All right, let's hear from you.

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What have you understood and felt in learning about the Wakil?

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Go ahead, raise your hand and then unmute yourself Bismillah.

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All right, Lanie. Go ahead.

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I saw like go everyone.

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I'm your student and once in a while brother Ibrahim student as well.

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The Wakil is a word I actually use today without knowing that today's topic was the local.

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My mother in law passed away today.

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She's in another country and in Bangladesh. And we were in a gathering with many sisters who came to visit. And I said out loud, I said, she had so much the Wakil.

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And the reason I say that and this is my reflection is that she had a calmness about her and a trust in Allah that you could actually feel.

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And when once I asked her, I said when you were raising your kids, my husband and this his siblings, did you ever dream about what they're going to be like and what they're going to be professionally? She said no.

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And she just smiled and from that smile, I knew she had a calmness and a trust in Allah, that Allah will take care of my children. Of course she put them to school, she did what she needed to do as a mom.

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But she had a calmness. And

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as I said, You could feel it. And another thing is liquor. She, when you were talking about cooking, when she would cook every ingredient I ever saw her put, she said Bismillah

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so she was always in that the care of Allah so I feel and Allah knows best. That when we are in the constant remembrance of Allah, that the tobacco is there it goes hand in hand insha Allah may Allah give her genital for those and I hope that you all can pray for her soul. My name is ENISA.

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we can't hear you for some reason.

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You are unmuted, but for some reason we don't hear you.

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Can you hear me? Yes, no, we can hear you. Um, just to add on. I don't want to bring down the group too much. I recently saw a video of a sister in Palestine. And she was asked if she was ready to meet her Lord.

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And she was ready. She had you could tell she had to look out that she had complete trust in Allah. And she was actually excited to meet him. He started listing all of the favors that he had shown her even as her world was crumbling around her when she should be running somewhere in hiding or begging some foreign dignitary to save her. She said I am ready to meet him. He has given me so much he has done this for me hesitant this I am ready to meet he has promised me this He has promised me that to where she was excited. And I think that when we reach that point of proper tilaka we are excited to meet Allah we are not worrying about oh I still have ducks I need to get in a row. We are excited we

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are we are whatever he has decreed for us whatever is going to happen. We have done our part while we are alive. And we know that once we go we trust that Allah has seen what is good in us and He will

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Given our reward and so I just wanted to add that that

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I think that that's one of the things that will be assigned for me is when I stop being so afraid of death because I do still have that lingering in the back of my head even though I know what I have to gain it's still that fear in the back of my head so that means that there's still some more work I have to do because I want to reach that part that I am excited because no one will escape that end and so I want to meet a good one and I want to be excited for it.

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Just for sharing

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have SATA here go ahead

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okay, HIPAA.

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Okay, Leila

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salam alaikum. I was just listening. And when the sister said about her mother in law in July, vanilla June, when she was mentioning her mother in law and having calmness and thinking, okay, without knowing I'm recently about my issues, I did feel a calmness. Because I was praying making dua and I was like, Okay, I have done my part. I was like, tired. I was like, I don't know what else to do. And then I kind of gave my problem. I left it to a last one or whatever. And from that moment, I felt a calmness. So am I feeling is this tower? Correct? Is this the same thing? Yeah. Because see,

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any decision that we're making, right? Should I buy this or that, should I eat this or that any decision that we're making, whether it is a small, day to day decision, or a big one, there's always that fear we have that things may not go as planned, or the decision that we're making might be the wrong choice. Right? So to put your trust in Allah is to acknowledge that, I don't know everything, I don't know the future. I can't foresee everything, right.

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And I do my best, knowing what I know. And I put my trust in Allah, that he will take care of the results. And whatever that happens, happens.

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In my in, you know, whatever that happens in sha Allah, there will be something good in it.

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The work will doesn't mean that you become lazy, and that you don't do anything and you don't put in your effort by for example, if you're cooking and you're like yeah, you know what, I don't know whether I should put salt or not, whether I should, you know, put this the spices or not, you know, I just put my trust in Allah and whatever happens happens. No, you have to do your part. Right? You have to know what you're cooking, how much you're putting what you are putting, but if your fear and your anxiety is getting out of control, that you you just want perfection and out of this fear that it's the results are not going to be perfect, you are panicking you are getting overly worried and

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concerned that is not healthy. Right? So you counter your

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fears and your worries with what with knowing that Allah is there. When you reach your limit, you know that you have reached your limit, but Allah subhanaw taala is there to take care of your affairs

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All right, next person Thank you. Sorry, so

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can I add something else? Okay, quickly go ahead. Yes, I was gonna say so if this calmness is what I'm feeling I want all the sisters and brothers out there to know this is amazing feeling like to leave everything to Allah is an amazing feeling. Every step you're not having anxiety every step you're calm like you know you're taken care of by like, bigger word like God is taking care of you. So you the feel is diminished but you have this bond. So please start working on your zikr and everything everything just

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LMRA calm I could sell.

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So yeah, I just wanted to share my personal experience upon a law was

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The fact that

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I work in corporate America, so Subhanallah

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I got so used to like having a process in place in order for me to just, like I need to do this, and then the outcome is going to be this Subhanallah

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and I realized that, and I'm not actually like, from a very religious family or anything like that, so Subhan Allah also,

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it's a little bit tougher to like, try to adapt or learn how to, you know, get closer to Allah. subhanaw taala so I realized that, like, being in the corporate realm, training and learning and development, it's kind of like,

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I have to invest as well in my personal development with Allah subhanaw taala like, we have to invest in our spiritual development as well. Subhanallah Absolutely. And I guess the situation for me where it's like, I felt this Tilak code without understanding what is to work anyway, or like, this concept of Islam was

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just like, being true to your faith, even of like, you know, you're, you don't look necessarily outside or you're don't you're not 100% But when you see some, like, having integrity, so Panelo like, that kind of like principles that were even if something as simple as like having a head of income. Subhanallah so that was important to me. And like being a single mom, I always wanted

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a quick solution, instant gratification because I'm used to just trading like that. And subhanAllah I realized that sometimes we're asked to look for something and like, we don't get the answer right away. Subhan Allah because he's testing our loyalty to him are like, are you gonna keep coming back to me are you gonna just get it in peace out, you know, Subhan Allah, and

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I just want to say I was just so beautiful, like, you know, sometimes we underestimate our own selves, because of how other people that we care about and we seek validation from, like our parents or family perceive us, or like, they know our faults. But Allah is just so amazing and Subhanallah so forgiving and beautiful that like,

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it just amazing. Like, like, you just plant a seed, and he just, like returns it to you Subhan Allah.

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That's my reflection with telecon. Does.

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as no alikom

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the sister before me, you literally had me goosebumps. And I'll just shorten a bit of my experience. I come from the brown part of the world, which is the Desi community. And I think this will help the younger sisters more as they speak.

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In our culture, marriage is a big deal, especially for our moms, you know, like before your graduation, it's like, okay, when are you getting married. So however, with an arrangement,

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I got engaged, and I did not feel it, because I felt I think living in Canada, initially, and now New York, I was affiliated with Al Maghrib for a long time. And once you're a part of all Maghrib, something new changes, no matter which family, you come from background you come from. And when my heart said, That person is not right for me, because whether it was I don't want to defame anyone but with alcohol and everything, whatever a different part of life. I call it off in my society, it's a big deal. The girls are always the one at bling. Like even if you're calling anything off, everyone talks about you. The negative things and my mom was heartbreaking and saying what will

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people say you should not call it off, continue, blah, blah. And I was like, Ma, as long as Allah is there, the certificate of my character is with Allah. And you vote like mom and dad, you both believe in me. I don't have to think what others are saying about me. And

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Judy is the first time openly I'm sharing and thanks to you guys. We're building a community. I feel relieved.

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COVID hit. And during COVID I lost my mom. The day I lost my mom, a family friend of ours. 10 years of family. I was blessed with a marriage proposal literally the day my mom passed. It was mom's friend's son. And all I can tell you I don't mind sharing Asia for life like 30 years for a brown girl getting married. It's a big taboo in our culture, but Tawakkol hits the spot if Allah is there, if you are right, whether someone is seeing you or no as long as Allah sees you, and you're inside knows you have not wronged anyone. And you're right you're doing it right. Just be with Allah. Allah will pick you from places that you don't know so the day my mom left I felt like

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Allah took a blessing give me a non replacing in the form of my husband and more than that, the trust in Allah sister and brothers who are listening to me I'm sorry, I'm very emotional.

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The moment there's nothing but Allah and Tawakkol it's the biggest blessing a Muslim can have. Thank you so much. I'm sorry for taking a very long time just to get like it might come up Viki

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As Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatu.

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First of all, che how much Allah may Allah increase you for doing this every night, you're such a blessing to us that I thank Allah for forgiving you to us.

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I was reflecting on something that the chef said earlier, he was talking about the four conditions to believe in the clutter of Allah. And the fourth was that Allah facilitates his will to be carried out. And this had me reflecting on

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a concept in Islam that took me like eight years being Muslim to understand and that is how Allah's decree and freewill work together, because they seem on on somebody who doesn't understand it to be contradictory kind of concepts. And a lot of put a situation that I was able to witness which was so simple, but it outlined perfectly how Allah you know, beautifully interweaves both of these things into our lives. And it was the simple situation of a person I know, they were trying to catch a bus after work, they got to the bus stop, and the bus had just pulled away from the curb. And some bus drivers will open the door and some won't. And this bus driver happened to say no, I'm not going to

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open the door for you. They were upset, obviously, they want to get home, they wait for the next bus, they get on the bus and they sit down and in the seat in front of them on the on the dash is a phone and being a Muslim, this person is not going to steal the phone. Allah knows their character, Allah knows the decision they're going to make. So they return the phone to the bus driver. And the beauty of this was that in that situation, Allah decreed Inshallah, that that phone was going to go back to the person as a mercy and not a test of losing the phone and having to bear with that as patients. So he put the right person in the right seat at the right time for that situation to carry

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out. And this beautiful simple situation really, really helped me to understand how Allah's decree and our own free will mesh together to create the existence that we do have

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to, to that kind of Haven.

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Beautiful argument.

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Sorry, can you hear me? My concern? Yes.

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I don't have anything very profound to share just that, you know, I have been at a job for a while that has been really testing me beyond my limits. It's been a very, very hard situation to be in. And I basically cried every single day since being here. And I was so determined to quit one day, like I had a whole plan and I was gonna come in and, and it just so happened that I didn't quit that day. And I found out that one of

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one of like, one of the people that worked in the building, who I was cordial with had actually been planning on taking her shahada, and in the springtime, which officially starts tomorrow.

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And I don't know, like, it just was so funny to me, because I was so determined to quit and, and I always said that, you know, I was only going to do that when either like, you know, they got rid of me first or I got rid of them. Or when a law told me it was time to leave. Like I just didn't want to make that decision myself. But I really felt like it was time to leave that day. And then I came in and you know, this girl told me Hey, you know, actually, she was she was nervous to ask me if I was Muslim, she saw that I had a hijab on but somehow we got to talking that day and she told me that she wanted to take a shot and she asked me to be a part of you know, the journey with her. And

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I was just so shocked and you know, it just made me think again like about how Allah does things for for very specific reasons and how I might hate this job but like maybe I'm supposed to be here for for whatever reason, and you know, as much as I cried my eyes out every single day running to the restroom or literally Trish trying to hold the tears in

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I don't know why I haven't left yet. I just know that I'm trusting and Allah and and hoping for the best because I know that Allah has has the best plan for me as much as it hurts as much as there's just so much like, bitterness sometimes and cattiness and like I'm told to quit and everything, like I pray about it, but it just still just doesn't feel like the time to go. And I just I just keep going back to like that day that I had every intention to quit and then a girl told me that she wanted to take her shahada, and that speaking to me, made her feel you know, comfortable. And again, like Allah just puts us in different places at different times for whatever reason, and we just have

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no clue but just to trust him a lot no matter what, no matter how hard

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things feel because obviously, I'm not going through the worst thing in the world. And I know that and that's also one of the things that makes it so hard because like, my work environment just feels like swollen with cognitive dissonance and like just people that are, you know, still sipping on their Starbucks drinks and ordering their sweet greens, and it's just, it just feels so like ignorant.

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But again, we find each other like, Allah has us in certain places to find you know, each other, if that makes sense. Perfect. Exactly. We still have a couple of people who want to share their reflections. So please, if you can keep your reflections short, try to keep them within 30 seconds. Second Law heightened next person

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Okay, so only concerned about certain

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issue. Um, I initially had to reflection but because of time I'm going to I'm making sure. So today, I was just my, I was reminded of my last exam because I got it

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recently. And the last exam I had before then I had a program to attend, right before my exam. And it was a very, very important program, I was so scared that like, I was going to like fail this exam. Even though I know I like I was prepared. Because the, the lecturer in charge of this exam, like the exam is very, like everybody like, the exam is like in maths, physics, and like people do feel this exam, like constantly, every year, like is very, very rare to have like a five because five is like the is. And I just went. And then like, when I go on the night before the exam i i was, um, the age I was HSC. And I would, I would like put people through like AP like revision before the

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exam, I was having this revision with my classmates. Even I felt like I was not even, I was able to, like,

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have this revision for myself, like, I didn't memorize this revision. Well, I was just carried over to the exam. And I didn't know me, I was just like, what I pass on notes, it's just going to because like, allows you, and I was just ready to accept whatever it was that I got after the exam. And then the results came in and I was just, I was just amazed, like, actually pass. And so many people were like, add, so like, so many people had

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01, and I had five and I was just shocked, like, like, if I don't even

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add, I believe and just go with it. And just add that

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reliance on. Gods we I just felt like I would have even messed up the exam. More. One thing over here is that sometimes when you you know you put your trust in Allah, you expect the best from him. But then the results are not what you wanted them to be. That is also a test of your Tawakkol. That Do you still? Are you still pleased with Allah? With what he decided for you? Right? So Tawakkol is that you put your trust in Allah from the beginning to the end.

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Even what what he has chosen for you is actually better for you than what you chose for yourself.

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Yes, so that was the like the second part of my affection because this was not the next person and we only have a few minutes left.

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Siri, go ahead.

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Hello, M is today's not a question, or hamdulillah is reflected on a session with you. And with beer just before. So is reflecting on myself when I'm by myself going for walks or after my prayers. I learned like in what I used to reflect on my life. I learned why certain things happened. Like good and bad. I used to stay longer in situations that I needed to I learned to walk away instead of staying longer. And I used to depend on others like growing like growing up in my life. And I realize people have their limits, but they can't use their capabilities. And

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then over time, I learned to depend on others help more and more. And I will completely depend on him. First I go to Allah first before other people. If I know for some has that capability or intellectual knowledge, I'll go to that person. If not keep to myself. I've used to wonder why I've become more reclusive socially when it comes to certain things is because I've actually tapped technical, technical competency. I've actually restrain myself a bit more to like just figure out which one to go to first and the last one is is having that leap of faith and subvert to accept the good and the bad because I used to get scared like okay, I prayed I want the results and then my son

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was so good

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still is not perfect, but it's become better. So those are reflected on tonight to Zach, enough excellent reflections. Next person have some

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medical center.

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Why do you trust our neighbor be alone? And the more you connect their addresses to the

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next person,

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Salam Alikum.

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I just want to share a story that's happened to me today. I was just sitting on short inshallah. Yeah, I was sitting on my bed, and I just, I was worried about something that I feel is like, be happening to me. And I was thinking in my head, why are you wearing? Do you trust a line of or not? And I was kind of like thinking about us and asking myself, why am I with my coworker? And I had no idea what discourses. So I was just calling after my prayer, my prayer, and I came on YouTube, and I saw that you guys are on. So I was like, oh, what's the topic of today's lesson? And so that was our goal. And I was like, Oh, is it a sign for me to trust him and just look at these curses and see,

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okay. Like, if it's true that it only came about hurting about the type of lessons in ideas, and he's like, everything that I was worrying about, was like, It's okay. It makes sense. So I was like, Okay, I'm going to trust him. I know, I cannot, you know, get him back. I cannot

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hide myself from this. So I'm just going to go through and do my pattern trust. And Hamdulillah. Good. Burglar. Viki last comment to each other.

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That's person.

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Okay, so I caught on with a little ghetto. Okay, that's the shirt about the reflection of my Tawakkol Well, I have been through till now after my father died in 2016. My other than Him didn't get the videos and assemble Hasee but, I mean, so now we are as three daughters live with our mom here. Hamdulillah you know, when the age getting older, and your parents keep asking you. Moreover, when you reach 30 years old, and she keeps asking when you will get married? And how will how will take care of you while you are still staying single here. How if I the other day, when I can see you get married, literally, after my mom keeps saying that and the shape and keep the spring on me.

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The worst was itself like about my future? How, how if I die before I get married, she really wants to see her daughters get married at least once. So I believe our design is way more than I can imagine. Like,

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tight, tight on your camel and say has to be over when you move up. That's strengthened me and yes, he's the best painter nothing you have to doubt. What? What the greatest blessing for myself, if I'm still unmarried, I can take care of my mom and my sister here. And this household so everything like the blessing that we can understand. And it needs spread this you know on this type of goal so yeah hamdulillah for this thing, that's my reflection does a good job as I can proceed. And

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one last thing I want to say how do you affirm your Tawakkol in Allah by saying it out loud, say husband Allah wa Nirmal will kill anything that frightens you anything that worries you. Something about the future something about the present something that hurts you something people say affirm your trust in Allah has when Allah when airmen were killed, when the prophets Allah who earlier Salam would get up in the night in order to pray the Hudson, he would begin his prayer by saying a lung medical handle and thorough bousema Swati will ERP or Allah For You is all Praise You are the Lord of the heavens and the earth like Al hamdu and taka you must somehow it will only woman fee

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hint For You is all Praise You are the maintainer of the heavens and the earth and whoever is in them. Like I'll handle for you with all praise and turn all summer wet you will help you are the light of the heavens and the earth. Oh Local Help Your Word is true. Well word you can help your promises true. Will you call Oka help your meeting is true. While Jana to help. Paradise is true. OneNote will help. * is true with Sarah to help the hour is true. Allahumma look at a slum to Allah to you. I submit what Becca Amman to in you I believe

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We've warily cut our content on you I put my trust what a Laker and up to and to you I return will be kaha some tool and with your help I argue meeting with my enemy what Laker How come to and I take my matters for judgment to you fall fiddly macadam two, one 102 So forgive me all of my sins, warmer, warmer Astro to Ireland to enter Ilahi La Ilaha La Ilaha Li Li rock, you are my God, I have no god other than you. So you can also make this thorough to affirm your Tawakkol in Allah. Inshallah we'll conclude over here for today. Brother Ibrahim, back to you. Yes, this is like a lockout. So the timing for your session on lockout everybody for sharing your reflections on

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hamdulillah it is important to have a space for everybody to share and be vulnerable and accepted in that space. Folks, before we conclude tomorrow in sha Allah, we are going to have our session about patience or sub.

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And also it will be about this.

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It's about patience and it's going to be with SHA monozukuri insha Allah

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