Friday, December 5, 2014

Some Designated Essential Guidance s- Auraad e Mashaaikh

Some Designated Essential Guidance s- Auraad e Mashaaikh


guidance auraad e mashaaikh allama kokab noorani okarvi


Some Designated Essential Guidance s
It is our duty to recall and recognize that Islaam is the religion chosen for us by Al-Laah Sub haana
Ta’aa laa.  If we practice this religion wholeheartedly and remain subservient to this religion than we will be prosperous in this world and hereafter.  We must remember Faith is the basis of religious and worldly affluence and the deliverance of the world after.  It is essential to have right and true believes to achieve honor and benefit in our actions otherwise rewards will not be awarded.  A true Peer (Spiritual Guide) is someone who has true believes according to Shari’at and Sunnat.  And a true Mureed (Disciple) is someone who has correct believes and is completely obedient and submissive to his Peer.      
                                   
Remember Hanafi, Shaafi’ee, Hanmbali and Maaliki are the four precise and true believes.  They are associates of Ahle Sunnat Wa Jamaa‘at therefore they are the ethical and virtuous ways.  Wahaabi, Deobandi, Tablighi, Maudoodi, Chakralwi, Ghaier Muqalid, Shee‘ah, Raafzi, Khaarji etc are all irreligious and apostate Sects.  They are the opponents of Al-Laah Ta‘aalaa and Rasoolul-Laah (ִSal-lal-LaahuAlaiehi Wa Sal-lam). We must keep away from them, as they are the enemies of our Faith.  We should not read their books or attend their gatherings.
We must with dedication and loyalty stay firm in our beliefs.  And embrace morality and devotion.  Always be careful don’t indulge in baseless and vain debates without religious knowledge.  When you take a Baie‘at (make a promise or take an oath) to become a Mureed (disciple) firstly, it means your happiness and desires should be the same as your Peer (Guide).  And it is essential to obey the orders of your Peer.  Secondly, the love of the Peer is in reality the love of Al-Laah Ta‘aalaa and Rasool-e-Kareem (Sal-lal-LaahuAlaiehi Wa Sal-lam).