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If you are giving each one dunya, they will ask for a second one. They have greed, endless greed. There is no gratitude now, as people are never satisfied from this life. SubhanAllah. Eventually you will leave this world and no one owns the treasures Qaroon left.
Tafakkarru sa`atan khayrun min `ibaadati saba`een sannah. To remember Allah (swt) for one hour (contemplate or meditate) is better than seventy years of worship.
What happened to people since the time of Adam (a) until now? What has become of people? They are all dust. They built castles and palaces from gold and silver, and they made ornaments of all kinds, but in the end they were taken under the ground. They have no mind! People become greedy. For what is all this greed? Allah (swt) will ask, "O My servant! What have you brought with you from dunya? Nothing! I gave you dunya to work in for your Hereafter. You didn't bring anything with you?" But people forgot their Hereafter and are working only for this life, so no goodness is reserved for them in the Next Life! Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar! SubhanAllah 'l-`Aliyyu 'l-`Azheem.
laa taghurrannakum al-hayaat ad-dunya. Do not be cheated by this life on Earth. (31:33)
Dunya deceives Mankind, falsely saying, "I am yours." Dunya was for no one but it deceives them, saying, "I am yours, take me! Take! Take”. Few think about the consequences. Laa hawla wa laa quwwata illa billah. “Do not be cheated by this life on Earth.” Throughout history, since the beginning of time, Iskandar, known as “Alexander the Great,” was one young man who had greatness. He traveled from Macedonia to the end of the Indian borders, conquered countries and became one of the best emperors in the history of Mankind. He was a young man, SubhanAllahi 'l-`Aliyyu 'l-`Azheem.
He conquered kingdoms and defeated kings and became of the very few who ever reached that level. From India, whatever he reached I visited, because the Lord made me reach them. I went there and the people gathered around me and I addressed them about Alexander the Great at the last point he reached, then he returned back. Like waves he came breaking on shore, coming and going back, coming and going back. He returned, SubhanAllahi 'l-`Aliyyu 'l-`Azheem, but he reached Mesopotamia, which means, “Between two rivers (Tigris and Euphrates).” He reached Baghdad, SubhanAllah, then death reached him.
Where are people's minds now? With the mind Allah (swt) gave him, Alexander the Great thought and addressed, and advised the servants of Allah with wisdom that will last until the end of times, saying, "O people! Nobody takes anything with him. If anybody took anything from this world, it would have been me. Look, my hands are empty!” People don't read anymore, but this is part of our history and it is a great advice.
Alaysa minkum rajulun rasheed. Is there not among you a single right-minded man? (Hud, 11:78)
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If you are giving each one dunya, they will ask for a second one. They have greed, endless greed. There is no gratitude now, as people are never satisfied from this life. SubhaanAllah. Eventually you will leave this world and no one owns the treasures Qaroon left.

Tafakkarru sa`atan khayrun min `ibaadati saba`een sannah.
To remember Allah (swt) for one hour (contemplate or meditate) is better than seventy years of worship.
What happened to people since the time of Adam (a) until now? What has become of people? They are all dust. They built castles and palaces from gold and silver, and they made ornaments of all kinds, but in the end they were taken under the ground. They have no mind! People become greedy. For what is all this greed? Allah (swt) will ask, "O My servant! What have you brought with you from dunya? Nothing! I gave you dunya to work in for your Hereafter. You didn't bring anything with you?" But people forgot their Hereafter and are working only for this life, so no goodness is reserved for them in the Next Life! Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar! SubhaanAllahi 'l-`Aliyyu 'l-`Azheem.

laa taghurrannakum al-hayaat ad-dunya.
Do not be cheated by this life on Earth. (31:33)
Dunya deceives Mankind, falsely saying, "I am yours." Dunya was for no one but it deceives them, saying, "I am yours, take me! Take! Take” Few think about the consequences. Laa hawla wa laa quwwata illa billah. “Do not be cheated by this life on Earth.” Throughout history, since the beginning of time, Iskandar, known as “Alexander the Great,” was one young man who had greatness. He traveled from Macedonia to the end of the Indian borders, conquered countries and became one of the best emperors in the history of Mankind. He was a young man, subhaanAllahi 'l-`Aliyyu 'l-`Azheem.
He conquered kingdoms and defeated kings and became of the very few who ever reached that level. From India, whatever he reached I visited, because the Lord made me reach them. I went there and the people gathered around me and I addressed them about Alexander the Great at the last point he reached, then he returned back. Like waves he came breaking on shore, coming and going back, coming and going back. He returned, subhaanAllahi 'l-`Aliyyu 'l-`Azheem, but he reached Mesopotamia, which means, “Between two rivers (Tigris and Euphrates).” He reached Baghdad, subhaanAllah, then death reached him.
Where are people's minds now? With the mind Allah (swt) gave him, Alexander the Great thought and addressed, and advised the servants of Allah with wisdom that willl last until the end of times, saying, "O people! Nobody takes anything with him. If anybody took anything from this world, it would have been me. Look, my hands are empty!” People don't read anymore, but this is part of our history and it is a great advice.



Alaysa minkum rajulun rasheed.
Is there not among you a single right-minded man? (Hud, 11:78)
WebsufiLive, CategoryDeath


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