Life After Death

Zohra Sarwari


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This is Monterey. salaam aleikum wa Rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh. Any resource to worry. And today I'm going to be reading you a little bit from my book. Imagine that today's your last day, this book was written for everyone who doesn't think enough about death for everyone who is not prepared for death. And for everyone who wants to learn more about death, inshallah.

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God willing. So I'm going to be a little bit about it. And in Chatelet, the law, he can inspire you to think about death and to start getting ready for your last day shower. godly.

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Would you ask everyone you know for forgiveness. Forgiveness is something we all seek and need. It's an innate characteristic we possess. No matter who we are. Every human being at some point in their life needs forgiveness, or wants to forgive others. Forgiveness lightens our heart and makes us feel that everything will be alright. Forgiveness teaches us that we are not perfect. Forgiveness makes us realize that life is not perfect. And that all we need, and that we all need to remember that forgiveness helps put closure on the past and brightens our future. Forgiveness humbles us. Forgiveness brings peace into our hearts as well as others. Forgiveness makes us forget pride, and

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helps us judge situations based on the moment. So here's just a little bit of an excerpt from this book. Imagine that today's your last day. It is a book that many many have been inspired with and have been motivated by and many have thought differently after they've read. So it's shut out a lot. I hope that it can change. I hope they can help you as well. If that is what you're looking for, to think about death, understand death and accept it more than anything. Does Akela hire us and I'm like, I'm gonna have to my backup