Demise of a Wali

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On Friday, 20 Muharram 1420 / 7 May 1999 one of the very great luminaries and aulia of our time, Shafiqul Ummah Hazrath Moulana Hajee Muhammad Farouk Saheb (R.A.) bid farewell to this temporary abode and passed on to his Rabb. Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ilayhi Raajioon.  May Allah Ta’ala grant him a lofty abode in the Aakhirah and bless his family and associates with sabre jameel. Aameen. Indeed, the demise of a wali of this calibre is not only a loss to his family and associates but rather a loss to the entire world.

His teachings illuminated the hearts of thousands of people and enabled them to tread the path of seeking Allah Ta’ala. From his innumerable priceless gems of advice, one gem is reproduced hereunder which is itself sufficient for a person to attain success if he firmly adheres to its requisites:

Hazrath (R.A.) says: “To bring a change into your life, remember this secret of success: The Hadith states that every week records of the Ummats deeds are presented to Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam). So keep this thought constantly in mind: Is there anything in my book of deeds which   will make the heart of  Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) happy? To reverse the evil trend of one’s nature and soul, and to bring oneself towards obedience, this contemplation is indeed an effective remedy.” (The day and night of a Mu’min) 

 

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