From the Realities of Mawlana (Q) as taught by Shaykh Nurjan Mirahmadi
A’uzu Billahi Minash Shaitanir Rajeem
Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem
I seek refuge in Allah from Satan, the rejected one
In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful
Atiullah wa atiur Rasul wa Ulil amre minkum.
أَطِيعُوا اللَّهَ وَأَطِيعُوا الرَّسُولَ وَأُولِي الْأَمْرِ مِنكُم… ﴿٥٩﴾…
4:59 – “…Atiullaha wa atiur Rasula wa Ulil amre minkum…” (Surat an-Nisa)
“…Obey Allah, obey the Messenger, and those in authority among you…” (The Women, 4:59)
Modesty, Humility and Faith are Intertwined Together
Always a reminder for myself ana abdukal ‘ajeezu, dayeefu, miskinu, zhalim, wa jahl and but for the grace of Allah (AJ) that we are still in existence. At any time, Allah (AJ) get tired and take us out of existence. That this life we have is a rahmah and a mercy and that Allah (AJ) grants immense blessings in this life, the immense realities of guidance. This love that Allah (AJ) puts into our hearts for His Divinely Presence and calls us to the love and the ishq of Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ. Alhamdulillah, awliyaullah (saints) teach from Sayyidina Muhammad’s ﷺ immense oceans of realities that these three characteristics that Allah (AJ) grants and that these characteristics, they’re intertwined and locked with each other like three companions. The characteristic of modesty, the characteristic of humility and the characteristic of faith.
Go around asking, ‘Which characteristic do you want if Allah (AJ) could grant you?’ Many say faith, some say modesty, some say humility. Awliyaullah inspired within our hearts there are three companions that are interlocked and define the character of an individual, a character whom is based on faith. It means what Prophet ﷺ asked of us is that achieve faith and iman and awliyaullah come and teach us that if you want real faith, a faith that bonds and builds within your soul and for all of eternity is then to love Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ more than you love yourself.
عَنْ أَنَسِ بْن مَالِكٍ رَضِيَ اللهُ عَنْهُ قَالَ، قَالَ رَسُولُ اللهِ ﷺ” لاَ يُؤْمِنُ أَحَدُكُمْ حَتَّى أَكُونَ أَحَبَّ إِلَيْهِ مِنْ وَالِدِهِ وَوَلَدِهِ وَالنَّاسِ أَجْمَعِينَ “. [صَحِيِحْ مُسْلِمْ، حديث ٤٤، واَلْبُخَارِي، كِتَابُ الْإيْمَانْ، حديث ١٥]
‘An Anas ibn Malik (ra) qala, qala Rasulullahi ﷺ “La yuminu ahadukum hatta akona ahabba ilayhi min walidihi wa waladihi wan nasi ajma’yeen.” [Sahih Muslim, Hadith 44, wa Al Bukhari, Kitabul Iman, Hadith 15]
Narrated by Anas son of Malik (ra) that Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said: “None of you will have faith till he loves me more than his father, his children, and all mankind.” [Authentic by Muslim, Hadith 44 & by Al Bukhari, Book of Faith, Hadith 15]
Practice Modesty and Look Down at Where Your Feet are Taking You
So, our whole way is based on building that faith and the companions that come with iman (faith) is modesty and humility. The one whom takes a path towards iman and faith, Prophet ﷺ is guiding for them that if you truly think you have faith and you are truly directing yourself towards faith, he has two friends that never leave; Allah (AJ) locked them all together for us to understand. It means the one whom is trying and struggling to achieve this iman and to achieve this way of love for Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ must obey the two companions attached with faith. It means that modesty comes to the door of the servant and says that, ‘If you’re asking for faith to enter, we must come too,’ and then Prophet ﷺ taught for us: take a path of modesty.
Be modest means conceal yourself. Take the clothing of modesty, reveal to your home, your husband, your spouse only; not to the world. Don’t show off. Don’t expose. Don’t do all the things that we see are being done today and invite that guest of humility in your life to take a path in which to look down, not up. It means look to our feet, nazar bar qadam (gaze upon the path/feet). Don’t look to what people have, but to stare at our feet and our path, that, ‘Where are my feet taking me in life? What is my path in life?’
Be Thankful for Everything You Have
Be happy and content with what Allah (AJ) has sent to us. Love and appreciate what Allah (AJ) has given to us before we have so many lists of want. So people now can remember all the different talks related to this so many people are busy wanting something from Allah (AJ), therefore, having a difficulty in drawing close when they don’t really understand what they already have been given from Allah (AJ). The greatest gift is, ‘I gave you Islam and if you’re ashiqeen (lovers) and muhibbin (lovers of the way) are being that they give you in these classes and courses and associations this love of my most beloved – Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ. I gave you the tariqahs (spiritual paths), I gave you all these realities and you don’t thank Me the way they should be thanked’.
You don’t express that thankfulness because people are always busy praying for what they want, not what they got; not begging Allah (AJ), ‘Ya Rabbi, keep my faith. Let me to go deeper into Your realities because everybody is always praying for something they want from Allah (AJ), from dunya (material world), from whatever but very few pray that Allah (AJ) keep them in their faith, let their faith to go deeper, let them enter into the presence and the love and the ishq of Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ and everything in dunya is about taking away modesty.
If You Lose Your Modesty, Your Faith and Humility Will Follow
The reason to understand the three of them are locked is because you see people whom are supposedly influencers and they start off religious and in a matter of time, shaitan (satan) has convinced them to lose your modesty and people whom lose their modesty continuously tell you they have faith, ‘Don’t worry about it’. Say, ‘No, but these are three friends. They stick together. They’re not separating’. This is a bond in which Allah (AJ) has united them. When you kick out modesty, faith and humility are going with him. No matter how much you want to lie and how much you want to say in your dunya, doesn’t matter. You’re not going to convince anyone and definitely, you’re not going to convince Allah (AJ). That these three companions, they have to be actively in our life.
It means that modesty has to remain within our home. When it’s in our life and in our environment, in our home, it’s a sign that faith must reside there because modest people, they by virtue of being modest in this dirty dunya, you gain the entry of your friend humility because you’re more humble person. You’re conservative and what you want to expose of yourself and your demeanor and your behavior.
Calibrate Your Life By Keeping Modest
As a result, that servant must be either in these oceans or moving towards the oceans of iman because each are supporting that servant in the reality, that they grow an ishq and a love. Look the servant with iman, he has a love or she has a love for Prophet ﷺ and as a result of that love, the two friends are there. Modesty accompanies that servant and reminds them: be modest in this approach, don’t, don’t. Keep…it keeps catching you. Don’t expose too much, don’t show too much, don’t, don’t, just don’t. Don’t, don’t, don’t and keeps pulling you back with a rope.
As a result of that rope of modesty, then humility is a dress that dresses upon the servant. Less interested in exposing everything and it’s such an important reality on these nights of love and ishq because we talk a lot about these stations and these realities and some of the basics may be overlooked. That these three friends are together so when somebody feels themself losing their modesty, then it’s a danger. That it’s not something you can just let go out the door and don’t worry that humility and faith remain within you. They’re also departing. When modesty leaves, faith is saying, ‘We’re going too’. So it’s a sign for us, a way to calibrate our lives.
Be Humble – Don’t Post All Your Life Details Online for the World to See
That as shaitan, you know exactly what shaitan watches…wants because you look at social media. There’s nothing humble about posting everything about your life and everything you have in your life, doing a complete inventory of your life on social media for the whole world. Don’t post your children. Don’t post your property. Don’t post anything other than knowledge which aggravates everybody and they don’t…they want to shadow ban you.
So, it means you’re doing something right. When the satanic system doesn’t appreciate what you’re posting, you did it right. But boy, if they love what you post, something went wrong. Something was immodest about that. Something was not right because that’s how their system works. We post against smoking, they ban the video. They put it, ‘Nope, we can’t post this bad video’. So, it means it’s an immense gift from Prophet ﷺ to remind us that in our life and in this world that’s ever pushing us towards all these realities, that we keep a life of humility. That to be humble, not ostentatious, not showy and to keep a character and an adab and mannerisms of humility. That their life is to teach ourself and our family and our children modesty.
Modesty is Trained From Birth
Don’t underdress your children hoping one day they’re going to grow up to be modest. They have to be disciplined and trained in modesty. If you let that dog off the leash, you’ll never bring it back because we say every bacha (child) is a gorg. Every wolf cub is cute because cubs, by their nature, are cute but remember that’s a wolf. When that cub grows up, it’s no longer a cub. It’s a wolf and if it’s disciplined, you’re lucky. If not, that wolf will eat you.
So, modesty is trained from birth that you keep the children covered. You keep the way of modesty, teaching them humility, teaching all of what Prophet ﷺ brought for us. After 18, then what can you do? That person is an adult in these cultures. But at least up to the age of 18, we tried our best in life to teach the way of modesty, teach the way of humility, teach the way of being thankful and soft. No matter what you have, be kind to people. Don’t look down to people, be respectful of people. It means these are the adabs (manners) and these are the teachings that the tariqahs specialize in. They are the schools of mannerisms and the manners are very defined mannerisms to reach towards these realities.
Manners are Two-Way Because Every Teacher is a Student
It means their schools of mannerisms are an immense ocean of realities. That they can break down the realities of mannerisms that is so profound in our spiritual development that when we teach adab, it’s not only the manners the students have to have for the shaykh but it’s the shaykh’s manners for the students. It’s not a one-way, it’s always two ways because every teacher is always a student. It means that at every point in our lives, we are surrounded by people and how they should respect the position of the teacher because that’s the position of the Muhammadan Kingdom. You respect the office that they represent and that the shaykh has to have a mannerism to respect all the people.
Because we were talking about something today and it’s important because so many times we get posts from ‘ulama (scholars) and social media posts and shaykhs commenting on this and that, ‘I don’t know why they speak like this. I don’t know why they say it like this and these are not things we heard. This is not in shari’ah (Divine law). This not this, this not this,’ and making all sorts of comments. But to remind myself and that they should be reminded that Allah (AJ) holds to account everyone for manners towards His creation. Not one way that, ‘Oh, adab is you people respect me. This is adab Ya Hu. But no, the mannerism was how I was trained to respect you. You’re Allah’s (AJ) creation. Allah (AJ) loves you as He loves us, loves me, inshaAllah. He loves His creation. This reality only works if it’s both ways.
Everyone is Under the Nation of Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ
That’s why the big sultans (kings), they were so immensely amazing. We’re coming now to the Urs of Sultanul Awliya (king of saints) Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Nazim Adil Haqqani (Q). Immense love. I never heard him call anyone a kafir because he understands his position with Prophet ﷺ. That if you think he’s a kafir, you’re responsible to teach him; not to label him, not to attack him. If you don’t think he knows shari’ah, you train him. We’re not here to cast names at people, especially the bigger ones who think they’re big awliya (saints). Then their job was what? Was you were supposed to guide them because everyone is under Ummat e Muhammad ﷺ (nation of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ)?
The ummah (nation) that accepted and the ummah who has not yet accepted; everyone is under the nation of Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ. Didn’t he pray with all the prophets (as) on Isra (Night Journey) before Mi’raj (ascension)? It means that all the prophets (as) entered into Islam, took their shahadah (testimony of faith) with Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ acknowledging all their nations are under his flag. Now his nation that he’s looking to is then, ‘Go out and do da’wah (religious propagation).’ That’s the only purpose of your life, not to eat and acquire massive amounts of cash.
Did You Do Da’wah or Just Amass Fortunes?
Allah (AJ) is going to ask you that, ‘Did you go out and do da’wah to the people?’ Spread the good word by your kholuq, your character. Your entire life is spent to take care of your family but do your da’wah. Allah (AJ) didn’t send us here to amass fortunes because that’s not going to be an answer you’re going to give to Allah (AJ). Every dollar you have in the account is going to be a rope around your neck. ‘That what is it doing there? Why didn’t it go out for da’wah? Why didn’t you call people to this reality? Why didn’t you bring people towards Islam?’
So, the shaykhs make it very easy – take your finger, post and share the post. So, it means the turuqs (spiritual paths) then are supposed to be the examples of that. Oh, if I’m the bigger shaykh, my response was not to call you names but then start having teachings of what shari’ah is. If you think people lack the understanding of shari’ah, then teach what shari’ah is. If you think they lack adab, then teach adab. We think they lack the love and the respect of Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ, we teach the ishq of Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ.
Tariqahs are Built on the Foundation of Surah Al-Kahf
It’s interesting because the tariqahs, they’re base is a strong foundation is Surat Al Kahf. That anyone wants to know mannerisms and the ways of following tariqahs, Allah (AJ) gave to us it’s starting point is Surat Al Kahf and the example of Sayyidina Musa (as) and Sayyidina Khidr (as). What Allah (AJ) wants in tonight’s understanding as a reminder from Holy Qur’an how it guides our lives is that in the time of Sayyidina Musa (as) to understand and the backdrop of this, he was talking astonishing things and his people were saying, ‘Mashallah, that is there anyone more knowledgeable than you, ya Kalimullah (the one who speaks to Allah (AJ))?’ It means people have to contemplate what we’re saying.
So, when you think somebody’s big and somebody is this and somebody’s that, they’re nothing in comparison to a prophet (as) of Allah (AJ). So, now a prophet (as) of Allah (AJ) in which he speaks to Allah (AJ) is being asked by his people, ‘Is anyone higher than you, ya Musa (as)?’ Says, ‘I don’t think so but let me ask. Ya Rabbi, is there anyone more knowledgeable than me?’ Allah (AJ) said, ‘How are you going to ask that? Of course, above every knower there’s a knower’ because the concept is you can never limit Allah (AJ).
﴾نَرْفَعُ دَرَجَاتٍ مَّن نَّشَاءُ ۗ وَفَوْقَ كُلِّ ذِي عِلْمٍ عَلِيمٌ ﴿٧٦
12:76 – “…Narfa’u darajatin man nashao, Wa fawqa kulli dhee ‘ilmin ‘aleem.” (Surat Yusuf)
“… We raise in degrees whom We will, and Above every knower there is a greater knower.” (Joseph, 12:76)
Allah’s (AJ) Oceans of Rahmah are Limitless
It’s against our belief system, Ahlus Sunnah (people of prophetic traditions) belief. That if you think Allah (AJ) give you from an ocean of rahmah, say, ‘Go take from this ocean of rahmah’ and you took one cup. Do you think the ocean was diminished by your taking it? It’s impossible! It’s against our belief system because Allah (AJ) is infinite. What Allah (AJ) provides is infinite, has no limit. We can never limit Allah (AJ) so there is nobody who encompasses the limit of Allah’s (AJ) knowledges because the reality of Prophet ﷺ holds infinite knowledges as Allah (AJ) is infinitely expanding creation. So, how could somebody have a finite understanding that he’s it? Should have known not to ask that but as a result of asking and thinking, ‘Am I the highest one?’ Allah (AJ) said, ‘No! As a matter of fact, I’m going to send you to only one of My servants’.
﴾فَوَجَدَا عَبْدًا مِّنْ عِبَادِنَا آتَيْنَاهُ رَحْمَةً مِّنْ عِندِنَا وَعَلَّمْنَاهُ مِن لَّدُنَّا عِلْمًا ﴿٦٥
18:65 – “Fawajada ‘abdan min ‘ibadinaa ataynahu rahmatan min ‘indina wa ‘allamnahu mil ladunna ‘ilma.” (Surat Al-Kahf)
“So they found one of Our servant from among Our servants, on whom We had bestowed Mercy from Ourselves and whom We had taught [unseen/heavenly] knowledge from Our own Presence…” (The Cave, 18:65)
Even Sayyidina Musa (as) Struggled With Humility
So, here’s now a nabi (prophet) because many people think they’re the final authority on Earth but this one is a prophet (as) of Allah (AJ) who speaks to Allah (AJ), one of the six great prophets (as) of Allah (AJ) and Allah (AJ) is telling him, ‘No, I have another servant on this Earth. One, one more servant, many servants but I’m going to send you to one,’ who lived at the same time as the prophet (as) of Allah (AJ) and had a different kind of knowledge. That was astonishing for Sayyidina Musa (as). He told the prophet (as) of Allah (AJ), ‘How you can follow me when your knowledge is incomplete? You won’t be patient.’
﴾قَالَ إِنَّكَ لَن تَسْتَطِيعَ مَعِيَ صَبْرًا ﴿٦٧﴾ وَكَيْفَ تَصْبِرُ عَلَىٰ مَا لَمْ تُحِطْ بِهِ خُبْرًا ﴿٦٨
18:67-68 – “Qala innaka lan tastatee’a ma’iya sabra. (67) Wa kayfa tasbiru ‘ala ma lam tuhit bihi khubra. (68)” (Surat Al-Kahf)
“(The Other) said, Verily you will not be able to have patience with me! (67) And how can you have patience for what you do not encompass in knowledge? (68)” (The Cave, 18:67-68)
Stay Humble: Don’t Think You Know Everything
Why? Because this is a under…deep understanding of humility. Don’t ever think that you know everything and one should never think in a school of adab that who has permission to talk and who doesn’t have permission to talk. There’s 124,000 awliyaullah (saints) upon this Earth and they receive from Allah (AJ) and from the heart of Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ. Whom Prophet ﷺ commands to speak, they speak. Not anyone else. Whom Prophet ﷺ commands, ‘You don’t speak,’ they don’t speak, no one else.
The knowledge that they have are all uniquely gifted by Allah (AJ). No two the same because Allah (AJ) is not in need of manufacturing the same product. Allah’s (AJ) infinite oceans have infinite ‘uloom (knowledges), infinite specialties and that was just from the understanding of Sayyidina Musa (as) and Sayyidina Khidr (as) – a huge prophet (as) and a huge awliya (saint) on the Earth at the exact same time and the knowledge that the wali (saint) had was baffling for the messenger of Allah (AJ). That the wali clarified, ‘Because you know some things, we’re going to have a hard time because this is not what I know from these knowledges and as a result, you’re going to question everything’.
﴾قَالَ فَإِنِ اتَّبَعْتَنِي فَلَا تَسْأَلْنِي عَن شَيْءٍ حَتَّىٰ أُحْدِثَ لَكَ مِنْهُ ذِكْرًا ﴿٧٠
18:70 – “Qala fa ini ittaba’tanee fala tasalnee ‘an shay-in hatta ohditha laka minhu dhikra.” (Surat Al-Kahf)
“[Khidr] He said, Then if you follow me, do not ask me questions about anything until I myself speak to you concerning it.” (The Cave, 18:70)
Be Silent About That Which You Dislike or Don’t Understand
Tariqahs come to teach the same thing – be careful who you comment about, who you’re talking about, who should talk, who should not talk, what they should say, what they shouldn’t say. The adab training is you know what you know and you know what you don’t know. When you don’t know and you hear somebody else speaking haqqaiq (realities), stay quiet. If you didn’t understand it, alhamdulillah. If you didn’t like it, alhamdulillah. But there’s no one person who sits with the authority of Allah (AJ) and knows who should be speaking and who should not be speaking and who knows all knowledges and all realities. It means that’s the sign that this is not tariqah manners. The tariqah manners is that what you know, you know. What you don’t know, you don’t have to make any comment on it. What you appreciate, you can speak about it. If you don’t appreciate it, stay silent about it because this was tariqah was to teach adab, manners. Say, ‘Alhamdulillah, this is a servant of Allah (AJ). It’s not…it’s not for me.’
Sayyidina Khidr (as) Warned Sayyidina Musa (as) About Knowledges He Didn’t Understand
Because Allah (AJ) is reminding there was a prophet (as) and a saint and the prophet (as) who speaks to Allah (AJ) was baffled by the knowledge of that saint and the saint warned him that, ‘You’re not going to have patience with what I’m teaching.’
﴾قَالَ إِنَّكَ لَن تَسْتَطِيعَ مَعِيَ صَبْرًا ﴿٦٧
18:67 – “Qala innaka lan tastatee’a ma’iya sabra.” (Surat Al-Kahf)
“(The Other) said, Verily you will not be able to have patience with me!” (The Cave, 18:67)
That’s the immensity of Allah’s (AJ) Divinely oceans and Divinely realities. It means that we cannot limit our Lord and nor can we control our Lord. We can’t control whom He gives, what He wants to give to and what whom He doesn’t want to give something to. Our life was just to have manners. So, in our life, when we would come across people whom spoke things that we didn’t understand, we stayed quiet and that which our heart understood and was able to absorb say, ‘Alhamdulillah,’ and we enjoyed it.
The Adab of Eating Applies to Knowledges
It’s like a buffet. The adab of eating is you take what’s in front of you from what you like; what you don’t like, you don’t have to mention anything, you don’t have to say anything for the fear. You should have a taqwa (consciousness) that you may actually be coming against Allah (AJ) because if this ‘uloom and these knowledges were from Allah (AJ) then now you’re coming against. So, even in the adab of eating, don’t say anything against Allah’s (AJ) ni’mat (blessing), right? Because Allah (AJ) is the one offended. ‘Oh, you didn’t like the chicken? Why you didn’t like the chicken?’ There are people who are starving here because they don’t have chicken. It means so even in the adab of food, don’t say anything. You eat what you like and what you don’t like, you don’t have to make any comment about.
If imagine for food there’s a manner, what about knowledges? So then some knowledges are just not in the interest of people but doesn’t mean we have one source and everything is coming from that source and that source now tells everybody who they say, what they don’t say, what this is, what is that. No! 124,000 and each wali that receives and each whom are under the sainthood of different guides. All their knowledges are unique to them and Allah (AJ) gives them a uniqueness in which they feel they received everything. There is no one higher and each time awliyaullah corrected them and said, ‘No, you’re on that side of the ocean. You don’t see any of us because we’re on this side of that reality. We already passed that’. It means that infinite oceans of reality.
Approach With Your Loving Heart, Not Your Limited Mind
So, inshaAllah, reminder from myself that in this amazing way of realities, Allah (AJ) is amazing. You say, ‘Subhanallah,’ what Allah (AJ) want to give to people is Allah (AJ). When say, ‘Allahu Akbar’ (Allah is the Greatest), nobody can limit what Allah (AJ). Only can limit is a mind of a person but we’re supposed to be approaching with our heart and when we approach with our heart in good manners and mannerisms and we teach adab not only for people how they should respect us but how we should respect them and how we should respect each other so that the brotherhood, the tariqah-hood grows, the reality grows, the love and the bond grows.
Otherwise, the casting of names and calling people kufar and calling people this, calling people that only develops extreme hatred and bad character. For who? The weaker-minded people whom their brain is da’eef, is weak because they take these understandings and these insults and they try to act aggressively against people and many people were harmed in history by that. Somebody of a weaker understanding hears something, ‘Oh, this like this, this one bad, this one bad.’ Then they go out and try to hurt people. The tariqahs come to teach good character and love. That this is the way of Allah (AJ). Allah gives infinitely to His servants and alhamdulillah. If you like from that garden, sit and enjoy it and if you don’t like from that garden, go find another one. We pray that Allah (AJ) on these holy nights grant us from these realities and these adabs. These oceans of adab are what open for us proximity to the reality of Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ. Good manners open everything. Ishq and muhabbat (love) open everything. It draws us close to the reality of Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ.
Subhana rabbika rabbal ‘izzati ‘amma yasifoon, wa salaamun ‘alal mursaleen, walhamdulillahi rabbil ‘aalameen. Bi hurmati Muhammad al-Mustafa wa bi siri Surat al-Fatiha.
Higher Ones Quietly Do Their Job, Not Show Off
When you meet real servants of Allah (AJ) means very perfected in high level servants, they may say nothing. Right? We went to the maqam (station) of Mawlana Sharafuddin (Q) and we’re going through all the maqam and very old little man was following us. Who sent that old man there? He didn’t come and correct any talks or whatever we’re saying and say, ‘Oh what did you say? It has to like this, like this’. Just sat back there as an observer. Why? Because you’re visiting huge awliya and that observer just sit back there and make a du’a (supplication) for everybody, that their ziyarat (pilgrimage) be accepted and push into their heart goodness and take away from their heart badness.
The life of awliya was to serve, was not to cast titles and names and fights and battles but was to serve. If you’re very high, you’ll see the character of the high ones. They’re very quiet. They do their their job without looking. At the end of our ziyarat with Mawlana Sharafuddin (Q), we went after him to get du’a and he was already gone because he knows in the heart, ‘They’re going to turn around. They’re noticing me’ because he’s the only one out of our jama’ah (community). We know who we are and it’s just one old man staring at us with turban, everything, just staring at us. So, it means that you see them in your lives, the role that they show up. They don’t need to say much. They don’t need to correct you on everything you’re doing is wrong. Their job is to pray for you and it’s their prayers that Allah (AJ) is looking for, so alhamdulillah. InshaAllah, Allah (AJ) keep us around these good people, these loving people and that the nation of Sayyidina Muhammad ﷺ that Allah (AJ) send these awliyaullah to watch over us, to pray over us. Whatever they think is wrong, they inspire within our heart towards correctness and goodness, ishq and muhabbat.
Bi Hurmati Muhammad al Mustafa wa bi siri Surat al-Fatiha.
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Original Date of Suhbah: January 27, 2023
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