Channel: Zahir Mahmood
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close to it.
I was gonna get an A month instead of the kind of
But because it's quite light hearted
Brava spoke about. I wouldn't speak about the demise of the
green and then a few other things which are related to the previous
visit a couple of days ago, the NFC and asked the question
regarding a certain person associated with a hobby Some say he was not
That was he? And I wanted to know the answer to how many people have Mark Twain I want to know how many people have
where people, as the broker mentioned, mentioned, the people who work in full.
There are people who
have a lot of love,
the most beloved names
and those which have deepest
means meaning a person who works, and hammer is a person who is motivated.
And these his beloved must
matter who was after
he was, you could say the man who was the most active in taking down the superpower of the day after they would be no exaggeration to say that to a degree that he was even more
effective than some of the one who was the general at the Battle of Bath senior now say something which has deep relevance to the tool before mine. He says that before.
We Arab before the Persians were the superpower of the day, who would
say that we fought
we fought the Persians and the Persians, equivalent to 1000 hours.
And then we embrace Islam.
And we were motivated by Islam. Islam created something in us it was an impetus.
And then the time came that 100 hours with this new faith equivalent to 1000 persons.
What was it? These were better wins. You know, when you look at the history that the person that the Roman
ruler with these people, they regarded them as a waste of space. But then they
came and he came with this DVD moved to the grave, and they became the job and missae were motivated to change the landscape of history.
This is why people thought
you know what it
was before Islam
when the Muslims had fought the apostates, the army did
to how to believe any set now go and face the superpower of the day.
And he said, but let those of your worries want to go home and go home.
So, you know, he said who gave him permission whoever wants to go go home, there were 13,000 men
and he gave him permission out of those 13,000 11,000 decided to go
left 2000 to face who the superpower of the world
said I will send reinforcements. And he said he pointed
at the mean is a hammer will be the reinforcement and the hammer said
for 1000 men
is showing you sending one man
who said those were the those who have in their racks, the lights
will never be forsaken by the last panel
will never be forsaken by a loss of power
because these will keep them motivated
they will motivated the
change them and it may have an impact on other people.
The vast majority
is we make a slight change we may pray
a salon here or there or we make the out
but how do we actually make an impact on society?
We don't and the reason and you can see that goes
down to down to the most areas
education, low strata jumpiness the most you find in any area in the Muslim areas. So what happened to me and you Welcome to the likes of me, you will be practicing for 10 years.
And you compare this with
the companions of the
individual, he would you'd say does he have any profession? Is he good at anything? If they say no
every single person has the ability you have different abilities. Now,
do some work
do some what
I think was the nature that
he utilized people's abilities.
Because the professor muscle was a man who was motivated and he motivated others he motivated others look at this
we would find it very difficult to keep up with it.
Why because he was on a mission and this is why
he was walking, walking like this
and he whipped it
walk like this because Muslims are meant to have an objective in life.
They have an objective when
so a group of people you know there were
these people suffering
very company and they said these are the
these are people talking to me and she said
But when he spoke, you could hear him speaking, when he walked. And when he was in a gathering, he knew
he would feel it,
he would feel it. So this is why I have a term and don't take this wrong this sisters.
She was many of us practicing humbler, we maybe needed some time to, you know, adjust ourselves. But then we get used to being lazy. We remain in the kind of status quo. So
we wake up
to three o'clock we're on the internet.
We wake up one o'clock,
we put on the
we go to the machine, we press come have our food.
And then we delude ourselves
for how are you doing that, you become a religious
reality. You see, like this
does not make them, you know, make a change in society.
And this is why every person grows. Sisters, as we get in this thing, we have a look into the life of the Sahaba look into the life of
you actually realize how motivated these people were
sitting, and he will deeply concern. And this is a principle you can use in your service societies to use the organization's
concern, and willingness. What's wrong is ever one of the environments that I always have this problem. Every time I have a post, which is available, I see two types of people for that post. One is a man of varying types, but he can't motivate other people know,
itself. And the second person is that person who is not
to the same degree as the first. But he's motivated, and he motivates others. And he can organize these
choose the latter. And
the latter, is it Because see, the first one who
is fighting is for himself, as well as innovation, inability to motivate other people
and organize things that impacts everybody else is there as well. The second one may not be that pious.
He goes around and he doesn't pray a lot he shows up and we may not make it to the degree of the foot.
less piety is for limited to himself.
But his ability to motivate others and organize things has an impact on the entire society.
And this is why as well brothers and sisters, so don't go to your boss every time.
And you know, you said everybody in your mosque has a certain approach. So you just have you follow the sheep
read the life of the Sahaba the alarm. This is what the problem with the practicing brothers or sisters is meant to hold you to do anything.
So we never participate in society. What
motivated people to change people's lives.
Came to Mecca for the
The life of Athena is rather unique.
So one of the first people that I
Life and the
religion is the truth.
And then when he went back with the purpose
and he said when
left, and then
as an intelligent man understood
that there is no
messenger, and then the most profound statement, he said, it came to us,
we would give him station and we will utilize it.
He went to, he went to Medina, and after six months came the Battle of Malta and the province of Muslim youth, for what, for what he was best that you utilize in the battlefield.
He became safer love from the enemy.
Now see how the rules are?
Now with us, we want everybody to be exactly how we behave, exactly how we act. And if we don't act the same way.
Nobody says that. Because
you don't know that. On the other hand, you had another Sahabi
was he was the
man would never carry the sword, new life
and the Battle of favor.
He was looking at the womenfolk. And he
saw it, as he said, that man has a sinister agenda.
And Hassan said, he was so mad at me, I wouldn't be looking after the women I would be in the battlefield
was the RG RG of the province.
And she was a sister.
She dealt with it.
But the same Hassan
battlefield, he would go with the expeditions, and he was like an
ambush. They lost their footing, and they ran all different directions.
He was a big guy, he couldn't really fight. So what he could do was recite poetry.
recite poetry, so he began to recite poetry. And he began to you know, talk about the
the version of martyrdom
and then he convinced the Muslims and the Muslims
came back they regroup and they attacked and they defeated the enemy when they came back into Medina,
Hassan and he said,
and recite the same poetry that you recited in the battlefield.
Some began to shake
Hassan said my pulpit and Sydney Angela cola is a recite for me because a lot of us, okay your station
to the same poetry at the top of his clothes, and he came
home and he told his wife that when I done very big in this
house, he had two people, totally different abilities. Totally different approaches, but they were utilized in the community.
They were utilized in the community. And this is what we need to, you know, become people who work in the community, people who have an overriding identity and our overriding identity is Islam.
overriding everything else is secondary. What background you come from is all secondary.
you're black, you're white, you're Brown, whatever, you are a secondary
predominant, and our overriding identity is La Ilaha Illa. And that's something we need to realize. Because one of the greatest problems that the Muslim Ummah has today is issue of racism.
It's a serious problem.
try to remove this out of their communities, and we don't.
So when we see a problem with it, no easy
But that's it. You look at the problem that we have a worldwide we don't need anything from
the Americans or the Israelis. We
look at Pakistan
who works for the
Iraq, Afghanistan was a major problem.
You know, one of the major problem it was a it was a research based problem. It was the
Uzbeks, that was
DACA and select
say to a young
your man with the streets of ignorance in you
have equally the son of a black woman as I am a white woman because the professor muscle was breastfed by a black woman.
He deal with these issues.
person that he loved
and the other one was,
on his lap,
the other and he was kissing.
He was kissing
and he said look these two because of these two.
Who is he doing?
He was breaking stereotypes.
always doing good. The vast majority of black people were slaves. He deal with these issues. Have you ever never heard of
Have footsteps in front of me. And they were the footsteps of
his mother was a slave. He was a slave.
But when he saw me
he went and he said to me
in the first place, and he said how much he said five gold coins and
gold coins. gave it to me and the way you began to love
me and you offered me one gold coin for I would have sold it for one gold coin.
Oh my god, I swear by
100 gold coins out of 100 gold coins. And then
any free master. So
these two men who are saying this are the greatest men
to walk on the face of this earth, and they say Bella,
Bella was a slave, this son of a slave, but he embraced Islam. And this is why, you know,
writing identity is Islam.
And we need to understand that
you will need to access union t through fellowship.
That's what we need. We need unity. We don't need you know, we got too many guys.
Too many guys who think that they are only
and everybody is
going to watch. And I know we'll give it a few here.
But that is the truth. Because you know why? Because this is the worst.
This is the worst form of haughtiness. This is the worst form of pride that when you give your pride, a religious parody, a religious justification.
So you think you can speak condescendingly to other people, you think that you have a god given rights to look down other people because you're on the
If you really are concerned, the work of the brother or the system, be nice. Be nice to the person. And this is why you especially at this age, university with too many people have that disposition.
You know, disunity.
Nobody in 1400 key
But no more than 1400 years, as the entire
time the Sahaba so why are you showing your opinion down people's throats and causing disunity and discord in the Muslim ummah.
And this is something you know, we need to understand, because often we are the greatest call of disunity.
People have different approaches. And normally they within the confines of our JAMA, that's fun.
But we should not make us people
look at people in a condescending way or look down on people we need a bit of unity. The Muslim community if you don't realize it now, then
I don't know when you're going to realize
this is why the respective brothers and sisters are meant to speak
this week on
the final football
three feeding people the
sense of the hype server of
actually waiting to speak about that.
The purpose of a life sentence
in the Arabic language
in the Arabic language.
The word for love is Mahabharata. And they call it the report
come from the root word hubba hubba
hubba in the Arabic language means a seed
derivative and from where we derived have a deep relationship
Seed when you sow the seed,
if that seed attains, you know the right environment and water, the land is fertile in the sunshine, then that little seed it blossoms, and it becomes a flower, it becomes a tree comes from something of benefit something of beauty. Similarly, when
the see when you first meet a person and you incline you like that person, the seed of love is sown in the heart.
the quiet the right environment,
the right environment, that person that you love deserves the object
that love is reciprocated, that love is reciprocated,
then what happens is that that heart, embellish, and that love that little seed now grooves in the whole heart is embellished. And the leaves are embellishment.
But on the condition that the object of love is deserving, and the object of love reciprocate and love. And this is why you see that the sahabas love for the purpose of providing
unparalleled, humanity never saw love like that before. Why? Because
deserving of love and he reciprocated that love the Sahaba.
That when we were in the company of the purpose of It was as though we were the closest to the promise and
to the degree that
once in the company of the province. And the province showed so much love that he actually believed that he was the most beloved person.
is an omission of a lot and my whole business
man and the promise.
I regretted asking that question. But it was the look that the lessons showed that he felt that he was the most beloved person to the province.
And this is why you see the love that is
he was captured by the Mizuki. And he was bought and the placement was bought now is approximately where
and they bought him. And they wanted to kill him slowly.
So they began to cut his flesh. Then they began to poke him with space. And once he was going through this excruciating pain
came up to him.
And he said, Oh, wait, what are you prefer that Mohammed was in your place, and you were resting at home?
he was going through this excruciating pain, he said,
You asked me Would I prefer
to be here, and I'd be at home, he said is I swear by
death is easier for me.
And then he asked me
to pray. They allowed me to pray. And then he
would have believed with you and believed in you and we have
now convey myself.
He was sitting with the team. And he said,
I began to weld up and he began to cry. And he said obey by just sent me some arms.
And then they marked it for me. But when I was when he said
he said 10 is easy for me. That alone.
It was one occasion
I've sat with the person and Chris and the Roman emperors and I've seen how they follow us love them. And I have set with Muhammad and his followers. And I'll see how
and I swear by Allah, the formulas of the Romans and the Persians do not love them like
He will need objects. And this is inanimate objects.
We will need
a tree trunk
as you can obviously have a lot, I have a snake with a very good competent, if you wish, I would ask him to make
a point before you agree and then recent mentioned and the next week
he ascended the pulpit and this tomato. And the reason was that many people read through his narration and they own read it good Juma the Sahaba was it and they own their own words.
And some of them say that the tree, it began to shake, as though
some say they began to cry.
That it began to cry, like a sea camera was lost the child
began to cry like a small child with lost his mother, some say I was screaming with someone
giving birth and the
descendant from the pulpit. And he put his arms around the trunk. And slowly the sobbing stopped.
tree in general, from which the
infamous fruits, and if it chose to be a tree in general, and has to say that this is the note. And this is the note that she had for the purpose of the watch would be the love that believers have for the professor
and his wife,
the demise of the professor lesson, he would often cry,
he would cry, and they asked him, Why are you crying for he said, Why shouldn't I cry? He said, he cried over the departure of the Messenger of Allah and you asking me why she cried. And this is why
Sahaba had for the
parallel the love that I had for the brothers. I often say this, and this is no exaggeration, and I'm gonna finish here.
parallel No mother loved her son.
No, sir. Love the parents like
no room, you will not be Julian of Julian.
when he was migrating with it.
And he went into the cave.
Allow me to clean out the cave. And he was cleaning out the pain. And you
would say about this incident. Omar would say, if Omar could give the absence of his entire life for one day, one night in the life of
child life for one day and one night in the life of the day was this day. When he went into the cave and he cleaned it out and he had a government he took over the government and there was number of holes and he had to take down and fill in the holes. And then the Muslim came in at the
time. And the last one which he's gonna finish
was lying upon his thigh. He put his foot over this one hole.
in that hole, there was a snake