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This book has been written for the Isal-E-Thawab of the whole Ummah of the Holy Nabi

Muhammad Hamza Ahmad 08/10/2013 //

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Wisdom 1 The first and foremost factor of Imn is respect

for RaslAllh .

Wisdom 2 Imn is to accept every word of Sayyidun

RaslAllh as absolute and nothing else but the truth and to testify whole heartedly to the reality and truth of Sayyidun RaslAllh .

Wisdom 3 May that faithless persons mouth burn who

ever says that the Prophets clothes are dirty! If Allah Almighty gives him the tawfq to have the right etiquettes why does he not say the dust has taken refuge in the Prophets clothes/cloak?

Wisdom 4 The practice of Qiym is good and

recommendable because it is honour and respect to the Beloved Nab . And indeed, this is a practice of the great lam and we follow them.

Wisdom 5 (Only) that individual who is a master of

sciences, he who knows the pitfalls the nuances of argument, and he who has all the force and he who has all the weaponry with him should venture into refuting the heretics. Even then, where is the need for such a man to go in a forest full of jackals?

Wisdom 6 The beloved Messenger of Allah has

two personal names. He is known as Amad in the past scriptures and Muammad in the Holy Qurn,
. There are countless attributive names of Sayyidun

Rasulullah , He is known by a distinct name in different areas. Every area (skies, earth, oceans, mountains, etc) knows him by a special name and he is addressed accordingly, .

Wisdom 7 If you desire my life, I will sacrifice it. If you

desire my wealth I will give it. However, there is one thing that I will never sacrifice, and that is, the love and reverence for the beloved Prophet .

Wisdom 8 Alhamdulillah! I have never loved my children

or belongings for any other reason besides for the love and pleasure of Allah Almighty. My attachment with anything was solely for the pleasure of Allah Almighty. Hence, affection for my children is due to kindness for creation and this is a virtuous act (awb). My children are for me the means of doing good deeds and this is not in my control, but my nature, (characteristic or Fitrat).

Wisdom 9 By Allah! Were if heart was split into two; one

part will have inscribed l ilha illAllh and the other part Muammadur Raslullh .

Wisdom 10 Sayyidun RaslAllh is

immaculate and unique in all his qualities. Allah Almighty has created nothing like unto him. He is matchless in every aspect. The essence of his beauty is indivisible. No creation received or will receive a share of or a similarity of his unique beauty.

Wisdom 11 For mn to be real, two things must be

present: reverence for the Prophet and making love for the Prophet .

Wisdom 12 It is preferable to keep the childs name

Muammad alone and not to add any name to it because the excellence of the sacred name alone has been mentioned in the blessed Aadth.

Wisdom 13 It is the highest degree of compulsion on every

Muslim to love and revere all the beloved servants of Allah Almighty and hate all His enemies. This is pristine mn.

Wisdom 14 A Mumins conduct and style must always be

in conformation with the conduct and commands of Sayyidun RaslAllh . Any contradictions to His command, is indeed, direct opposition and disobedience to Almighty Allah.

Wisdom 15 Musical instruments are prohibited (arm)

and shall always remain arm. If arm is adjudged all only due to the factor that the masses are extremely involved in this action, then dissolving the Shar will become a pipit in the hands of transgressors and wrongdoers.

Wisdom 16 Musical instruments are arm and have no

space in the Shar, however to sing without music on the occasion of khatnh is permissible, provided that it will not create any fitnah.

Wisdom 17 In regards to the beginning and ending of a

date there are four different methods. The Christian method is that the date is counted from midnight to midnight. The second method is that of the Hindus, from sunrise to sunrise. The Greek philosophers count it from midday to midday. The fourth is the method of the Muslims, which is from sunset to sunset, and this is logical that there is darkness before light.

Wisdom 18 When you awaken from sleep you should

recite, Kalima Tayyiba thrice. The blessings of this beginning of the day will continue throughout the day.

Wisdom 19 The major [kabir] sins are seven hundred.

Whatever constitutes to the disobedience of Allah Almighty is a major sin. whatever sin you consider light, is a great one.

Wisdom 20 Do not curse yourself, friends, family and

wealth as one never knows whether it is time of acceptance of that curse and if it does come true then it will cause a great deal of sorrow to you.

Wisdom 21 Do not leave your homes without an

acceptable reason late at night when all are asleep and the streets are quiet. It is stated in many authentic Aadth that at this time bad-omen (bala) travels very freely in the atmosphere.

Wisdom 22 Do not go to sleep without washing your

hands after meals, as the Shaytn licks them.

Wisdom 23 Ignorance is a sin in itself. There is no excuse

for not offering prayer due to ignorance.

Wisdom 24 If Major and minor sins are separately counted

then people will do it considering them light, they will be worse than major sins.

Wisdom 25 The sacred Ziyrah of Madina Munawwarah is

necessary with every ajj performed.

Wisdom 26 A person who does not love and respect the

exalted Nab , even though that person worships all his life, his worship is fruitless and rejected.

Wisdom 27 There are many Abd-Allahs in this world,

but the true and sincere Abd-Allah is he, who is Abd-e Mustafa [servant of the Beloved Prophet ] . If it is not so, then he is surely an Abd-e Shaytn.

Wisdom 28 One must always be aware of ones condition

and not exceed the limit of ones understanding.

Wisdom 29 One must not be proud when praised and

accept ones faults when corrected.

Wisdom 30 All the misled were destroyed when they tried

to use their limited knowledge to wrongfully interpret the verses of the Holy Qurn. They could not fully understand the Ayahs so they used their own interpretation and misinterpreted them. Such peoples brains are worse than that of monkeys.

Wisdom 31 Concerning music, there is no question of

eligibility or qualification; nor is it allowed for anybody to listen to music. Except for the mesmerised, the enthralled [majdhb] those who have lost their mental faculties and are hence not held liable by the Divine Law.

Wisdom 32 It is impermissible and forbidden to call

Madina Tayyiba as Yathrib. It is a sin and the one who says it a sinner.

Wisdom 33 To visit RaslAllh is near to being

Wajib. Many people dressed in the guise of friends scare one by saying there is danger on the way, there is illness. Beware! Do not listen to anyone and never return deprived. Your life has to end one day anyway. What could be better than losing your life in his way? And it is has been seen that whosoever clings to the Prophet , he keeps them in his protection. WalHamdulillah.

Wisdom 34 To convey the reward of anything to Allah

Tala is ignorance as He is free from this need. He is Ghan al-Mutlaq. To say, Thawb Bakhshna (give reward) is disrespectful to the Prophets or the Awliya as bakhshna is used to mean a bigger person giving to a smaller one. He should say "Nazr karna" (dedicate) or Hadya karna (present) as this is free from disrespect.

Wisdom 35 We know that eyes are impermanent and the

impermanent cannot see the eternal. Hence, it is unique to the dear Prophet to see Allah in this world.

Wisdom 36 Whichever issue was not dealt with by Imm

Ab anif, it will remain perplexing until the day of judgement. When Imm Ab Ysuf became confused regarding certain issues , he would say: When there is no ruling from our teacher; then this is our state.

Wisdom 37 The Doomsday is near - Good people are

leaving the world. Whoever leaves does not leave behind his deputy. When Imam Bukhr died he left behind ninety thousand disciples and scholars of adth (Muaddith). Sayyidun Imm- al-Azam raiyAllhu nhu on his death left behind one thousand Mujtaids who were his disciples. And these days thousands die but leave behind nobody.

Wisdom 38 To be a Muaddith is the first step on the

ladder of knowledge (Ilm) and to be a Mujtaid is the last destination.

Wisdom 39 Mild fever, cold, pain and other light diseases,

once in a while, are a blessing for the body not a problem. On the contrary absence of mild diseases is a problem.

Wisdom 40 Concentrating on Allah Almighty after

drifting in thoughts is Jiad al-Nafs (Striving in the way of Allah Almighty) and Jiad against the lower self is great Jiad.

Wisdom 41 If food and sweets are given to the ascetics

(fuqra), it is sadqah (charity). If given to the near ones, then it is Compassion, and if give to friends, then it is, repast. All these three acts invite Mercy and Expel hardships and difficulties.

Wisdom 42 People and things which are close to Allah

should be respected. Because of their nearness to Allah their respect is the veneration of Allah.

Wisdom 43 Had the Imms not been then adth (Prophetic

Tradition) would not been understood, if the adths would have not been understood then the Book of Allah Almighty would not had been understood, and if the Book of Allah had not existed then there would not have been Allah Almightys order.

Wisdom 44 The construction of the Pyramids of Egypt

took place some 5750 years before the creation of Nab Adam . Nab Adam appeared on earth more than 7000 years ago. This construction was certainly the work of the Jinns who had already inhabited the earth 60000 years before the physical appearance of Nab Adam .

Wisdom 45 If someone has made confirmed decision that

he will not take rest until offer all his remaining prayers (salat) and suppose that in this condition that person dies after a month or after a day then Allah out of His mercy will reward all his Prayers.

Wisdom 46 O Muslims! O those who sincerely follow the

Shar of Raslullh ! Know and certainly know that Sajdah for any other than Allah the Almighty and All-Powerful is absolutely not permitted. To make Sajdah Ibadah to anyone other than Allah Almighty is undoubtedly and certainly Shirk and open Kufr. Sajdah Tazm is arm and there is also a controversy among some lam whether such a person who performs Sajda Tazm is a Kfir or not. Such prostration for ones spiritual shaykh or Mazr of a Wal is not permitted, but is a grievous sin and also arm.

Wisdom 47 Salvation depends on the fact that every single

belief of the Ahl as-Sunnah wa al-Jamaah be so firm that one will remain firm even if the sky and the earth vanishes.

Wisdom 48 Concerning this fact of the black mark that

appears on the forehead due to performing Sajdah, it is established that if this has been done intentionally for the sake of show, then it is arm and a grave sin. If the mark appeared due to excessive and sincere Sajdah for the Pleasure of Allah Almighty and the person felt very happy and proud about it, then it is an act of Riya (Hypocrisy). That mark for him becomes a sin and if the mark appears and that person does not bother about it then it is Mamd (Beneficial, Excellent).

Wisdom 49 Never sit or associate yourselves with

oppressors, sinners, transgressors, heretics and faithless people for there is a great chance of being influenced, if not so, then accused or being blamed.

Wisdom 50 O Group of lam! If you put yourself in

Mubhat (Permissible) leaving Mustaabt (Desirables), People will fall into Makrht (detested). If you commit Makrh, people will get into arm (Explicitly prohibited). If you carry out arm, people will indulge in Kufr (Infidelity).

Wisdom 51 A spiritual shaykh who does not respect and

follow the Shar is himself in darkness and totally incapable of illuminating (rating someone elses path or guiding them). Such people are disciples of Shaytn and the enemies of Islam.

Wisdom 52 To follow any path other than that of the

Shar is the path of the Cursed Shaytn.

Wisdom 53 The evil jesters who mock the lam and jeer
at the teachings of the Shar, they (falsely) claim that the lam and the Fuqara have always been at odds with each other. These ignorant idiots cast doubts over the most eminent lam and question their integrity.

Wisdom 54 True love is when all actions are within the

framework of the Shar. Any action outside this is not regarded as love for Allah Almighty and His Beloved Rasl .

Wisdom 55 When an ignorant person worships or tries to

tread on the path of Sfism, the Shaytn makes him dance on his finger tips by putting his reins in his mouth, the bridle in the nose and drags him to wherever he desires.

Wisdom 56 The Beloved Prophet is the king of

the universe and reflects the majesty and grandeur of the Real King. His order prevails in the whole universe. All are His subjects and servants. Whatever he desires, Allah makes it possible.

Wisdom 57 The people of unbelief should be told to come

into the circle of Islam first and prove that they are true Muslims and then other issues can be discussed.

Wisdom 58 True Muslims (Ahl-e Qibla) are those who have

firm faith on all essentials of the faith.

Wisdom 59 The belief in Allah Tala along with all the

essentials of religion and affirmation of faith is important because the denial of anyone of them is the denial of Allah.

Wisdom 60 All the ordinances of the Shar body, soul

and heart and the sayings and knowledge of the saints and learned are essential for the believers.

Wisdom 61 Those whose faith is in doubt should be

treated mildly for they may reform themselves.

Wisdom 62 The definition of the learned (lim) is that he

should be aware of the dogmas and is able to locate all his necessities from the Book without any help.

Wisdom 63 The victims of the great flood (of Nhs time)

did not have any descendants. Only the progeny of Sayyidun Nh lives on this earth.

Wisdom 64 Those who visit the graves the spirits see them
clearly; listens and understands their words. After death the power of the spirit increases manifold whether it is a Muslim or an unbeliever.

Wisdom 65 The Caliphate of the Righteous caliphs was

inspired by the Prophetic tradition such as that of Umar bin Abdul Azz . And now in my view such Khilfah will be established by Imm Mad in future.

Wisdom 66 The private knowledge is particular to the

Lord (Subhanuhu wa ta'ala) and is not possible for anyone else. And who ever proves even the smallest amount of it to be for anyone else in all the worlds commits without doubt the denial of Allah and polytheism.

Wisdom 67 Both legally and rationally it is impossible for

anyone among the creatures to encompass Allah Talas information so far as its full details are concerned. Even if knowledge of all creatures from the first to the last is summed up it would never in comparison be equal to that of the knowledge of Allah Tala, even so much as one part out of one million parts of a drop is in comparison with one million seas.

Wisdom 68 The Personal-Absolute, All- inclusive and

Exhaustive knowledge is particular to Allah Tala, and men cannot have the absolute knowledge but through the Divine Bestowal.

Wisdom 69 The worst are of two types: (i) The worst by

word who burble orally (ii) The worst by act who keep silent by the tongue but keep at their wickedness and malevolence. The Wabiyya are both of these.

Wisdom 70 The meaning of Ilm is that one be fully

equipped with the Aqaid (beliefs) of Islam and this knowledge must be constantly fresh in the mind at all times. One must also have the capability of solving any question on Deen from books without the assistance of any person.

Wisdom 71 Sitting in the company of the learned and the

pious also develops Ilm. Their company, talks and advice have a great bearing in obtaining knowledge.

Wisdom 72 Sound knowledge is that which has a good

understanding of Fiqah.

Wisdom 73 The existence of the Sublime Being of the

Almighty is compulsory for Him and whatever else exists, is the manifestation of Allah. Thus, in reality, there is only one single existence (i.e. Allah)

Wisdom 74 Human desires are acceptable as long as there

are no Islamic restrictions found in them.

Wisdom 75 Whatever the four Imams say is all in

accordance to the Shar. If they disagreed with the Shar, then why were they called Imams? It is the duty of every Muslim to obey and follow the Imams.

Wisdom 76 There is no Salt al-Janzah (Funeral Prayer) for

a Wab, Rfd, Qdiyn and all heretics. Salt al-Janzah is for a Muslim who holds Islamic beliefs and not for the Kuffr or Apostate. After knowing this fact and still reading Salt al-Janzah for such a person is Kufr.

Wisdom 77 Wabs (Deobands), Ahl-e adth, Qdiyn etc.

want that principles be ignored and discussion should take place on non-essentials. They should not be given any opportunity.

Wisdom 78 To shave off completely or trim the beard very

short once is a minor sin and to habitually do so is a major sin. This continuous act will make you a Fsiq Muallin and the Court of Shar will reject one as a valid witness. To perform Salh with Jamaah behind such a person is forbidden and if Salh performed, it will be incumbent to repeat that Salh. If one does not do so, then one will be a great sinner.

Wisdom 79 Whatever offensive Wabs say to me does

not the least bother me. Some of these shameless hypocrites send anonymous letters full of vulgar language to me. I do not receive one or two, but Allah Almighty knows how many such obscene letters are sent to me all the time. These things do not affect or bother me. In fact, I make Shukr that Almighty Allah has made me a shield of Islam. The amount of time they spend sending abuses on me, at least those moments of the Wab go empty in insulting Almighty Allah and His Beloved Rasl . It does not even cross my mind to reply to these obscene letters nor do I feel bad about them. This is so, because my honour is meant to be sacrificed on the honour of Sayyidun Raslullh

Wisdom 80 Islam itself will never be subjugated, but a

Muslim will be. The humiliation of a Muslim does not humiliate Islam in any way.

Wisdom 81 A Muslim may experience great hardship in

his lifetime in this Dunya, but if he is given a little breeze of Jannah and asked, What hardship did you experience in the world? he will reply, By Allah! Nothing at all. On the contrary, if a Kfir is given the life of a King for a thousand years in this world and never experience any hardship whatsoever, not even the heat of the sunshine, but when a slight gush of air from the Fire of Hell will be released on him in his grave and then Allah will asks him about the pleasures of Dunya, he will say, I did not experience any pleasures and peace in the Dunya!

Wisdom 82 Only one lacking Hidyah will regard the

pleasures of this world as true pleasures and its hardship as hardship, while in reality, it is the opposite.

Wisdom 83 There are three things necessary in this world,

a little food for survival, a piece of cloth to cover the body and a hole (shelter) to sit in. There is enough all money to acquire these basic things. When the Nafs becomes weak, the soul and heart becomes powerful. When this happens, sit in a hole without food for eight days and no harm will come to you. This is so because spirituality will control the physical body. The Divine Mercy of Allah nourishes the soul which supports the physical body.

Wisdom 84 Sometimes to disregard a minor sins may lead

to Kufr if the sin relates to the necessities of Deen (dharriyt-e Deen). The lam state that if someone commits a sin and people ask him to repent and if he says, What wrong did I do that you ask me to make Tawba?, this is Kufr. There are many minor sins (Saghra) that are from the necessities of Deen and if one regards them as all, and then one will become a Kfir. Similarly, if anyone regards a minor sin as insignificant, it becomes Kabra (major). The pious Awliya-Allah state that one sin links to another. One must not see whether a sin is minor or major, but observe whose Divine Laws you are breaking. If one realizes that one is a criminal in the Court of, one will not differentiate between minor and major sins. One will not sin at all.

Wisdom 85 In this world, mn is absolute excellence and

Kufr is absolute evil. Besides these two, there is nothing good or evil.

Wisdom 86 If leaving out a Mubah leads to the disgrace of

a Muslim then that Mubah becomes Wjib because it is arm to disgrace or humiliate a Muslim. Likewise, it is also Waajib to omit a Mubah that leads to the humiliation of a Muslim.

Wisdom 87 We respect the scholar because we look upon

him as a heir to the beloved Prophet . The lawful heir to the Prophet is an individual who is on the right path. An insolent person, who is on the wrong path, is a heir to Satan rather than the Prophet .

Wisdom 88 A Muslim should not love his brother or his

friend or anything else in this world more than Allah Almighty and His Prophet .

Wisdom 89 Those who are disrespectful towards the

Prophet Muhammad , they should lose their respect and love in your hearts at once. You should leave them and throw them out like a fly thrown out of the milk. You should hate them. Dont take your relationships and your friendships into consideration. Dont feel impressed by their religious leadership and scholarship. Their cloaks and turbans should not impress you.

Wisdom 90 Dear Brothers! You are credulous sheep of the

beloved Prophet . Wolves are all around you and they yearn to misguide you and plunge you into the tumult (fitnah) and take you with them to the Hell-Fire. Run far away from them!

Wisdom 91 By the Grace of Allah! I find myself in that

state which the great Fuqaha have stated, that is, the performance of Sunnah Salh is exempted for a person who is totally engrossed in the khidmah (service) of Deen. Alhamdulillah! Though I am in this category but I have never missed any of my Sunnah Salh.

Wisdom 92 The miracle of a Wal is his complete

compliance to the teachings of the beloved Prophet
. The steadfast adherence to the Shar is the best

of karmahs. A true Saint is righteous and follows the path laid down by the beloved Prophet .