If the Master-of-Ayan, the Master of Dawat will read Dawat with due sequence (of performance) then the entire Roohaneen of the entire Holy Prophets Alaihimus-Salaam, the Holy Companions Radhi-ya-Allahu Ta-aala Anhum, the Aulia-Allah Rahmatu-Allah Ta'ala Alaihim, the Ghaus, the Qutab, the Martyrs, the Abdaal, the Autaad, the Faqeers, the Dervishes, the Arif, the Wali, the Momin, the Muslims from Hazrat Adam Alaihis-Salaam to Hazrat Muhammad Sal Allahu Alaihe Wa Aa-lehee Wa-sallam and then entire spirits of each and all (jointly and severally) of the entire world from the Noble Prophet Hazrat Muhammad Sal Allahu Alaihe Wa Aa-lehee Wa-sallam to the Day of Resurrection will stand around him in round circular lines and he will shake hand with all of them and the meeting in their Majlis will be allowed to him in his life and death. Reading the Dawat of such class fits only for the Master-of-Ayan. That is the reason that, for the Ain-ul-Ayan, is appropriate and suitable to the read Dawat on graves and bringing the entire Arwah (Spirits) in his control through the Auspiciousness (and blessing) of the Holy Quran and the Order of Lord. That the Kaamil People-of-Dawat, who does not know this path, he cannot be considered the (real) Reader of Dawat. That Faqeer the People-of-Dawat, who will cause discomfort for the spirits in the graves as the People-of-Hazoor and the dominant, he will be smitten and disgraced in Both-the-Worlds - this world and the next world. It should be known that "Silence" also has four kinds:
The first kind of these four kinds of the Silence is this that the worldly person does not talk with the poor, needy, exploited, and indigent and beggar because of arrogance and the cruel vanity in the Nafs.
Hazrat Muhammad Sal Allahu Alaihe Wa Aa-lehee Wa-sallam said that: O my Lord! Keep me oppressed, make me not the oppressor.
(Saying of the Holy Prophet of Allah Hazrat Muhammad Sal Allahu Alaihe Wa Aa-lehee Wa-sallam)
O my Lord! Cause my life amongst the Miskeen (poor) and cause my death as Miskeen (poor) and O my Lord! Take my Account in category of the Miskeen (poor) on the Day of Resurrection.
And Ghareeb (poor person) is he, in whose body does not last wrongdoing, backbiting, contamination and anger and coercion (Qehar). And Shikasta (broken down, beaten and sad) is called that person, who has bound the yoke of the Obedience of Lord around his neck and the title of "Miskeen" has been bestowed upon every Aulia-Allah by the Lord of lords (Rabbul-Arbaab).
The second kind of Silence is this that: keeping silence in order to hide the faults. This Silence keeps in it the Khud-Faroshi and trading (and shop keeping). Such trader (shopkeeper) is embellished by jamiyat in the Outward but lacks Marifat in the Inward and remains distraught.
First Prev 35 Next Last