The Best Plan For Our Life

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Allah, Allah, Allah Allah.

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Allah Allah, Allah.

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Allah Allah, Allah Allah.

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My dear brothers and sisters in Islam.

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We are in such a difficult time today, I find that it's very one on one it's fast paced.

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Time passes so quick that we can barely catch up and

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ask yourself the question, are you happy with your performance?

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Are you happy on maintaining, you'll find this a lot. When a man comes in, make sure that you fast regularly

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the month of formula. One is time for other people, your family, with your spouse with your children. If you're doing enough,

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just if you have time, enough time to do enough of these good words.

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Many, many people living in our time, complaining so much about the lack of time.

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That's why lots of houses were lost.

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A lot of Alas, powder, sweating, bilasa, which is the time and specifically the late afternoon, most wasted time in our lives, driving from your from your work back home, or vice versa, you're doing nothing but waiting on the street.

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We're not having so much without performance when it comes

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Today, and specifically here in California, you guys are famous for the differences that you have all of this.

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So Tom, I have never seen so many warehouses around the airport like that. So when I was coming down to this area,

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it's very famous and well known for its businesses. When you say business, it's all about time management.

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If you don't manage your time wisely, you're gonna lose the competition.

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So you can always be competition, and you will always have competitors in this dunya. What about the other?

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his compete? What

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should you do, and you can't rush to the good work. It's competition.

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We all have the same amount of time. Age is different, a lot miserable.

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long flight or short flight. But when it comes to the time, every day that you live, it's exactly the same time 24 hours a day or night, it's the same time. How much do you use of this time for?

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How much you have for the

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It's all about time management. Many, many people came to me many times, they asked me a shift in my life.

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I don't just wake up at five o'clock in the morning.

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And then I have to go to work early. I barely see the kids when they go to school. And when I come back to sleep again, when I have the weekend. I don't have much time to go to such and such so I can barely catch up in my daily activities. What about my life? Give me a problem.

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So give me a problem. I want you to give me a program that I can follow during the day and through the night in order to compensate for all this loss in the head and help me with that.

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I say well, I wish it is so miraculous the way you want it to be.

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I mean people they want just a magic wand to solve their lives.

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Whenever they have time, just press the button kondalilla extra two hours and they can do whatever they want. It doesn't work like that in real life.

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I made this a competition.

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How much time you put in your life? For the last panel? What?

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Is it gonna be difficult? Well, it depends. Many people, I'm sure you all of us, myself, we tried that every once in a while we bring a new program to life. So it's five o'clock, I wake up 10 minutes before surgery, and then I go to them, and then I come back

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for a few days, and then you see that that same program goes down the hill.

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And it's not working you fail.

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Another time you try a third time, fourth time until you become completely desperate. So that's it.

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So that would be whatever happens.

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Most of our programs today are based on May Allah forgive us.

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Which means a lot of

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whatever I will allow me to do. Why?

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Why would be satisfied with this low standard. When it comes to dealing with a loss of animal data. When it comes to dealing with your customers, you're always looking for the best performance

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by looking for the best programs available in the market, software, upgrade your systems, hardware, you buy new systems, all this to help you manage your time and manage your business. Have you ever tried to program and upgrade use virtual software?

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The hardware is one that's you.

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But your software, your understanding the system by which you work in this life? Have you ever tried that?

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You need some extra probably help manuals, books, hardware,

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and learn an exercise? Well.

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Here's the solution. I have

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a software that will help you

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in this life. And hopefully

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this software is divine.

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And it's very, very simple. I call this the best roadmap or blueprint for successful career and successful life.

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This is a good plan. You start with this. And that's the best program you ever had in your life.

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What is it

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the purpose of

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the villa fear Allah, whatever you want

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unfollow everybody that you might do make your life

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better, how they will

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treat people with good manners.

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If you follow this example, you'll realize that this is indeed the most comprehensive, the most comprehensive plan for your life. It's a roadmap to success in this dunya

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going? What's the meaning of that? I mean, I can tell you wake up in the morning.

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When you wake up, make sure that you wake up your kids with you so they can pray with you. Read your car, be nice to your wife, help around the house, when the kids go to war, you make sure they have a good intention that you go out on time. And I will help you to go through this day with

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your family.

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session consciousness about what you're doing all the time. I can put all of these in details. Why many details because you can just summarize the whole thing and just use it

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wherever you are the best.

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You want to have a successful program feola isomethyl, whatever the word hydromagnetic language means wherever whenever.

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It's about time and about place. So doesn't matter whether you're at home, in the masjid in the market has worked in the opposite school.

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Keep this in mind. Fear Allah.

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Just don't forget about

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You have to make sure that you do the right thing.

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You do the right thing. But here's the question, Who determines what is right and what is wrong?

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Can I use my my own case? Say this is good, this must be wrong. You cannot. You have to follow what

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I said to you. That was right. And that's

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the purpose of this heading.

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100 Hello, I'm William halaal is clear and obvious how I was clear and obvious. There is no doubt it was Kara was calm.

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And between both there are some doubtful matters over

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the shadow areas, gray areas, that's where most people fall into these mistakes.

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Many, many people hamdulillah they strive to maintain a good life, spiritual life and a bad law.

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But they fall short and some other things. They will not be permitted.

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But when it comes to the doubts of matters, they always consider them hella. Why? Because again, their plan is Allah Rahim. Allah forgive me.

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Many people come at us and they say I said, this is how long have

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you told them? It's hard.

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And the immediate response? How much?

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Too much? How long or little? If it's not that much, so we can just do it and say, Hello.

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What's even worse? people they come to them accrued doubtful matters. And they say what's wrong with this session? So you tell them what someone

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wants to hear there is disagreement. What do they do? Hamdulillah, which was?

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Why is our standard when it comes to dealing with a loss?

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Why not take extra precautions so that you don't go and fall into the harm?

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Why just you know, maintain the same thing all the time? What about should you submit a punishment? Why don't you to

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feel love wherever you are, that's the best thing. You start with a new program, you wake up,

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you wake up, you go out, you make sure you do the right thing.

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So everything that she knows how to practice how not abstain from

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and then if you don't know something you're going to ask first.

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So Timothy, what is right, and what is wrong in your life?

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Many will not define the words

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and different perspectives, or the very famous examples

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when he was asked about

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what is

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So we asked the question, so have you ever passed through some kind of land full of stones, and the probably harmful issues? How do plants and vegetation?

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So what did you do?

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Have you ever asked for this? Sony lens said Yes, I did. So what did you do?

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I just fold my sleeves up over my head and work carefully. Which means I look before I put my phones do we do that in our spiritual life? in our daily life?

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Do you look before you work

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on your hand or your eyes or your ear or your tongue? Before you do that?

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He said to him, that's exactly the

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same thing in your life wherever you go.

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Now, as we go through this program, we start with feeling the last panel doing our best not to go wrong. But do we have guarantee.

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Nobody knows where

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we are.

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Which means we are going to make mistakes. And

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sometimes we feel so much pressure that we feel that we have been forced to do the harm no disposal

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But that's how we feel. Well, that's how this show you should look like. So

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don't do it alone will prevent you from doing it.

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If you're doing good, maybe somebody is forcing you to do good. No, it is so happy that you're doing it. Why? Because you feel that you overcome all these hardships, you abuse all these options to come and make a lot of time, you're so happy, so proud of yourself. Because if you did that you did that. And I'd love it easy for you.

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So armed in the process of maintaining that first step of your schedule, we can make mistakes. And that's why the prophets predicted that. And he said at the same time, he was very sorry

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for that mistake that you made with another

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person for you. Giving you hope. Never is better. Don't you ever cancel that program?

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Keep going on with it. Which means if you didn't

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fix it,

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what does that mean? In any business plan, and you guys know better in any business life, you have to make evaluation,

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evaluation every three months, four months, every six months, every year, you make

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plans to secure business.

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don't you have to make evaluation, we call them a hustler.

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Put yourself to the accounts. See how much good versus wrong you're doing.

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What you need to do, invest more in goodness and liabilities.

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The more

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the less liabilities will be on your account. That's what they say to us.

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I say

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we have a liability of doing wrong. That stays your record. says take that out. Do good. On the last panel forget. However,

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you don't wait too long to do that. mistake. You make sure that when you make a mistake, you feel guilty about it. Don't feel

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guilty about it say you know what I should have done. Immediately you go and you look for something good to

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give charity challenge me to do.

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Forgiveness. Do something sincerely good that Allah subhana wa COVID listen to you.

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On top of that, it depends on how bad that production was committed. It was a major sin, don't expect just

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depends on the magnitude of the sin that has an attempt to make as an explanation of that sin needs to be in accordance with up to the magnitude of the sin.

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always remember the whole Sins of grace.

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Allah Subhana Allah made great sins and minuses but you put in your mind that everything you do is great. Why? Because it's not about the sin. It's about against whom you're committing this

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isn't the the greatest

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citizen was a man of sin, it is still

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coming down from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Instead of being grateful to him, we just sent our sins backwards. And then we've got the end of the day, a lot of stuff now law forgiveness, change your plan, and make an effort to evaluate yourself for adversity. And whenever you make a mistake in the process of getting

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fixed up at a loss kind of covers that for you.

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Now, not too many people are one of these countries.

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Is there any hope for them to fix their life? The answer is yes, absolutely.

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What am I gonna keep up the good work? I don't know how to make five, more than five. I don't know how to ask

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too much. I cannot

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What can I do if I can't make all

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the profits or loss Allah has given you within least that you can do to maintain a good program for your life. He said, work hard in

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people with good manners.

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If you cannot be the best and

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if you cannot maintain this

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trial and error until you reach that level.

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At least two people can

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do something good for yourself and three people can do just for the purpose of recording

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Sometimes it

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can ask,

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what's the best way to manage?

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A large power data I mentioned is as large

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as three, until the judgment was large la de India, Mohammed.

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Al Manar is the best man the best example of good people with

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how much we know about Allah.

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They have enough knowledge to help you maintain a good relationship with people around you in this life. We

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treat people kindly, with good manners, that's the least that you can do. What does that mean? How would people recognize a person who's well mannered well behaved? And the person who's wicked? How will they know?

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from their actions? They see how much frequently they do good with good things and bad things. When you see someone frequently doing good things, what do they say about Mashallah, they're very well behaved.

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When you see those people doing wickedness all the time, most of the time you label them with what they do the most.

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Ask yourself the question, what do you do the most?

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With me?

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wasting your time, guiding others in front of other people.

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Take advantage of the poor and the weak. And what do you do?

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Based on this, you can evaluate your own character, your character, your characters, his frequent habits that remain, and the other

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good is a habit, it becomes habit to factor. If you don't, if you label in the community that you are not among those who are well behaved, is you're not doing enough.

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least three people.

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If you cannot do it with your boss, who cannot do it with the people, treat them kindly. And the last panel more data would love you for them.

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If you do that, in Estonia, you will be the closest thing to the answer.

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Wouldn't you want to have this position with

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the best one man in the studio will be the closer to the position.

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That also

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somehow one of the best records to be

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in agenda. So make sure that when you treat people with good manners when they talk about you, or someone who's very well behaved, that is the concept of dealing with people kindly.

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He said

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in the

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final part,

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as we

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just mentioned,

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he said that the person a woman might just behaving currently treating people with good manners might reach the degree of Asana Mo, the person who's always in CRM, instead of passing through the day, and mentioned the angle and nitrogen in the mind, just by being word of mouth.

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There isn't much that we can really do in this life. I know that time is very limited, even for the footwork.

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So how much are you going to give an effective message service for such a short time?

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Same thing applies to you in your life? How much time are you gonna live with this? Will No, no, no, I wish.

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But I'm sure

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you guys have your spine exams coming very soon for most of your kids. And students. Ask them what is their attitude when it comes to final exams? during the whole semester? They fall behind on their studies. Why? Because they know that time is still coming. We still have time we still have time until the final exams. Look for them. They disappear. They come seclusion.

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Why? Because it's time to catch up. Otherwise, it's gonna be too late. Well, I wish I had that same end of time in our lives.

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So we can repent, come back again to fix our problems. We don't. So therefore, remember, if you need to catch up the quality, the quality time of your life, that's the best casual

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whatever you want

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to say

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If you make something wrong, fix it and keep going on. If you cannot do this do damage

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until people come in with good manners.

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Here's a crucial question

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ourselves, can I jump on a taco sub making my schedule based on Mondays and Thursdays, pm only giving charity do all these great goodies all at once.

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I've tried that before, but I failed, I couldn't do I couldn't keep up with it.

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Absolutely. If you got to put everything all at once will never happen. Even in business, you don't do that. Why would come to the US, we missed, you know, calculate things because we know that a lot more behind.

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So what

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I would suggest to reverse this heading.

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And that's when

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we start for good manners to people. That's the least you start from this. If you have done something against anybody, go and talk to them. Say I'm so apologize, especially you spouse, your husband, or your wife, your children, your parents, to you,

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they have the highest price on you. So did you kind of start by slowly and gradually go and start upgrading.

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And in the process of doing that even mistakes.

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So you fix it, that when you start doing that frequently, it becomes your habit. And once this becomes a habit, it becomes something that you're looking for the person who truly loves China, what if you reach that level, here's the good news.

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For anybody in the studio, because of the good manners of luck,

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soldier would call upon

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or disagree, I love this person, man or woman.

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God loves this person, this person loves you.

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They are that joy and excitement he calls upon that happens with

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the angels. And he goes in

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all ages will love this person.

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So much.

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And then acceptance will be put down for him on Earth, meaning people will love him as well.

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When they see him this is the power law martial law comes in about

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when they come into a place everybody competes to have them sit next to them because they enjoy their company because they're nice people.

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And then on the other side says

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somebody dislike someone because

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I dislike this person you should.

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And you will need to be hates this person. For Allah is a person called angels. Allah does not like this person, that individual. Now everybody will hate.

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This hatred will be put down on

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me when people say that

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when they

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go to their store

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they stay away from them as much as possible. Why? I don't want to be dealing with this guy.

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Because it'll make you

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choose for yourself. Where would you like to stand?

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That's now the goal. The goal in your life should be to reach that point. The last parameter loves you What do you need more than this

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may be your roadmap.

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That ladder will take you to this goal and success. A lot loves you. Lots of good luck

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in this dunya and

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it doesn't require too much of your time. It just requires a few minutes to sit down and be sincere and evaluate yourself this evening. before you go to bed. Make sure to remember this.

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The law at the Mattoon feola wherever you are, watch

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out for that now mistake that you make with a good one.

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There was a race that was harder than NASA

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and three people was Goodman's a lot of money

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bla bla bla bla bla bla bla

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