They really mean: “It’s not worth it.” As in, it’s not worth re-prioritizing my life, not worth the risk, not worth what I’ll have to give up to get this, not worth raising my standards to get this. Do you agree? Yey or Nay?
#Friday Focus: What is one gem you picked up from today’s khutbah?
I was doing a seminar in “Durbah”, NJ, back in the day and a guy says to me, “It’s funny how we have three Omars in the seminar, and they all have arrogant last names.” I thought to myself, arrogant?
There’s: Omar Sheikh. Ok
There’s: Omar Akbar. Ok
… and then there’s: Omar Choudry.
So I said, “Ok I understand Sheikh and Akbar. But how is Choudry an arrogant last name?”
So the brother says, “You know. As in, ‘Choudry Saab’!”
:) Desi jokes that non-Desis just won’t understand.
Did you ever stop to think, and forget to start again?
So what’s one cool lesson that you learned from your local khutbah today?
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