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Re:Naqal Mubarak 4 Years ago  
Hazrath Imam Mahdi ,the Promised (May Allah bless him and give him peace) has said that -
"Migration from one's house (that is, leaving the house and all household effects) is absolutely obligatory (farz-e-'ain); one should practise trust in Allah (tawwakkul) and totally surrender (to Allah); give up all desires and temptations from the people (khalq), and fixed income; and look at profit and loss with the realisation that it comes from Allah; remain in seclusion from the people, perpetual retirement (khilwat), remembrance (of Allah), contemplation, concentration and meditation; and clean and gladden the heart; desire for divine love and for perishing (fana); nearness (qurb) to and the meeting (with Allah). And if one does not possess all these attributes, one would not be da'i ila Llah (one who invites unto Allah); and his sermon (wa'z) will be of no use. "
 
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Re:Naqal Mubarak 4 Years ago  
It is narrated that Hazrath Imam Mahdi,tha Promised (May Allah bless him and give him peace) has said in respect of nafs (soul or self) that -
"When the candle of divine Unity (Ahdiyyath) is lighted, this disgraced sinner (nafs) should throw itself in the fire like the moth (an ardent lover). As Allah has said: "(The righteous will however be greeted on that Day), O Soul! which is at rest, Return to thy Lord, well-pleased, well-pleasing!" (S. 89 : 27 and 28 SAL).
 
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Re:Naqal Mubarak 4 Years ago  
Hazrath Bandagi Miyan Abdul Karim Rz .is narrated to have said that -
"There were four to five hundred prophets at one place. The prophet who was superior among them would deliver his sermons and distributed sawaiyath. All the others followed him as remaining in the company of the superior is obligatory (farz) and there is no gain without company (suhbath)."
 
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Re:Naqal Mubarak 4 Years ago  
It is narrated that a scholar by name Ruknuddin came to meet Hazrath Imam Mahdi,the Promised (May Allah bless him and give him peace) at Nehruala (Patan, in Gujarat).Hazrath Imam Mahdi, (May Allah bless him and give him peace) recited and explained the Quranic Verse: "Whoso desireth the life of the world and its pomp, We shall repay them their deeds herein, and therein they will not be wronged. Those are they for whom is naught in the Hereafter save the Fire. (All) that they contrive here is vain and (all) that they are wont to do is fruitless." (S.11: 15 and 16 MMP) He said that for people with such qualities (or attributes), there is nothing but Hell. Hazrath Imam Mahdi, (May Allah bless him and give him peace)maintained the generality of 'man kana (whoso).' Ruknuddin, however, said that the commentators of Quran had specified that 'man kana' referred to kafirs (infidels). In reply Hazrath Imam Mahdi, (May Allah bless him and give him peace) said that Allah had said 'man kana (whoso)', and He had not specified whether they are the reciters of Kalima (kalima-go or Muslims) or not; whoever had this attribute (sifath) is a kafir and this attribute will not be found in anybody other than kafirs. The scholar said that the king, the jurist (qazi) and all the Muslim scholars (ulema) had the attribute of seeking the world. Hazrath Imam Mahdi, (May Allah bless him and give him peace) reiterated that Allah had said 'man kana (whoever)' and he (Hazrath Imam Mahdi, (May Allah bless him and give him peace)) also said whoever (had the attribute of seeking the world was a kafir); and that he (Hazrath Imam Mahdi, (May Allah bless him and give him peace)) would not specify anybody by name. The scholar confessed that he had the attribute of seeking the world. Hazrath Imam Mahdi, (May Allah bless him and give him peace)said that no Mussalman would have that attribute. The scholar repeated a second time that he had the attribute of seeking the world. Hazrath Imam Mahdi, (May Allah bless him and give him peace) said: "You recite (and believe in) the kalima of Prophet Muhammad (May Allah bless him and give him peace); how can you have this attribute in you?" The scholar reiterated for the third time that he had the attribute in him. Hazrath Imam Mahdi, (May Allah bless him and give him peace) finally said: "If you have this attribute in you and if you retain in you that attribute (deliberately), then Allah calls you a kafir." After that Hazrath Imam Mahdi, (May Allah bless him and give himpeace)recited the following Verses from the Quran:
1."Lo: those who expect not the meeting (or seeing-deedar) with Us but desire the life of the world and feel secure therein, and those who are neglectful of Our revelations, Their home will be the Fire because of what they used to earn." (S. 10: 8,9 MMP) .
2. "Whosoever may desire to have the (ephemeral) things of this world which quickly pass away, that do We quickly let him have it, as We please, in this very world; and then We have, kept ready Hell for him to enter, disgraced, outcast." (S. 17: 18 SAL).
3. "Say: Shall we inform you who will be the greatest losers by their works? Those whose effort goeth astray in life of the world, and yet they reckon that they do good work. Those are they who disbelieve in the revelations of their Lord and in the meeting with Him. Therefore their works are vain, and on the Day of Resurrection We assign no weight to them. That is their reward: hell, because they disbelieved, and made a jest of Our revelations and Our messengers." (S. 18; 104-107 MMP).
4. "Some of you desired the world, and some of you desired the Hereafter. Therefore He made you flee from them (enemies), that He might try you. Yet now He hath forgiven you. Allah is a Lord of Kindness to believers." (S. 3: 152).

 
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