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My Dear Knowledge sharing & enriching Team,
In the name of God full of compassion, ever compassionate.
With due salutations to "Khwaja Moin-ud-din Hasan Chishti",at the outset “Wishes for the upcoming Eid e Milad”.

A divine baby is born,
A unique faith was formed.
The moon’s heart splits into two,
As the baby’s finger points at it, oh it’s true!

How blessed the mule, carrying the best of creation,
Old mule derived strength & raced ahead,
To Halima’s abode with speed during that duration.
Miracles after miracles he performed,
To the world the Prophet was gentle & kind,
Message of Peace he offered to the mankind!

A divine baby is born,
A unique faith was formed.
The moon’s heart splits into two,
As the baby’s finger points at it, oh it’s true!

In Today’s session let’s see what the holy Prophet conveyed not only to his fortunate community but to the world as such.
Incase paucity of time to read the lengthy article, refer my bullet points Pls.
Bullet Points:-
1.   The holy Prophet Muhammad(saw) is light and the holy Qur’an is also light.
2.   The holy Prophet laid down that the one who weeps and wails in times of trouble and tribulation invites the curse of God on himself as said by Hazrat Addullah Ansari.
3.   The Holy Prophet Muhammad stated that a woman who is obedient to her husband shall enter heaven with Bibi Fatima (the Holy Prophet’s daughter)
4.   Proper conduct in the Saint’s Assembly is very important indeed.
5.   Allah resides in the heart of the People.
6.   The heart of mumin is the mirror of Allah.
7.   One should take to generosity.
8.   A person who does not care for children can show no concern for adults.

Time for Tales/Real stories

TALE 1:- The heart of mumin is the mirror of Allah.

One day Hazrat Umar asked the holy prophet Muhammad(saw), “Where is Allah.”The holy Prophet replied, “In the heart of the people.”Then he inquired about the gnosis of the heart.
The holy Prophet replied, “The heart of a mumin (believer) is the mirror of Allah. It is between the two fingers of Allah. He keeps an eye on the heart of a mumin and a Muslim day and night.
Thereupon Hazrat Umar inquired as to what was the difference between the mumin and the Muslim. The holy Prophet explained:”The mumin is engaged in silent and concealed remembrance in all sincerity/.The heart of a Muslim does not do silent remembrance”. In worship and acts of devotion this is the difference. A pious person is a Muslim and an enlightened person is a mumin.
One day the holy Prophet said to his companions that God’s command had been received to this effect, that to earn His pleasure one should take to generosity. The thing given in His way is the thing that one keeps dear to one’s heart.

TALE 2:- Proper conduct in the Saint’s Assembly.
Master Nizam Ad-Din Awliya gives an example from Tradition:”Once the Prophet-blessings & peace be upon him-was sitting in a particular place and his friends had formed a circle around the spot where he was sitting. Three people arrived. One saw an opening in that circle and coming forward quickly sat down.
The second saw no place in that circle and sat down outside it. The third person looked away from there and left. An hour passed. The Prophet-blessings & peace be upon him-said:”During this hour Gabriel-peace be upon him-has come and told me:””God Almighty says that whoever arrives at a circle (of pious people), finds a place there, & sits down among them, We will see that he is given refuge in Our presence. As for the person who does not find a place in such a circle, we will take upon ourselves his shame, and on the Day of Judgment We will not disgrace him. But as for that person who looks away and leaves, our mercy will be similarly deflected from him.’”
Proper Conduct is that whoever comes into an assembly and finds an empty place should sit down there and if there is no place, then he should sit down outside the circle. Under no circumstances should he sit down in the middle, for whoever sits in the middle of a circle will be cursed.

TALE 3:-Love for Children.
The Prophet-peace be upon him-had a great affection for children, & liked to frolic with them.”Once, the Prophet –peace be upon him-saw Imam Hassan in a group of children. Coming near, he put one hand under his chin, the other, behind his head & kissed his face. It’s said the prophet used to play the role of a camel for Hassan & Husayn(peace be upon them)On the blessed tongue of the Master(Nizam Ad-Din ) came this tradition “Indeed, here is the camel.(I am) your camel”

Moon shines from:-
1.   Nizam Ad-din Awliya “Morals for the Heart” by Hazrat Amir Hasan Sijzi, translation by Sh.Bruce B.Lawrence.
2.   The Meditations of Khwaja Muinuddin Hasan Chishti by Dr Zahurul Hassan Sharib.

Do hear this melody in praise of the Prophet!

https://youtu.be/SQDQmHMNVNc

Thanks & Regards,
Reshma.
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Dear Team-Salaams,
At the outset “All Praise Be to the Lord”,this humble is able to write in this forum & pray this journey continues for a long time to come!(IA)
Trust me "Silence is a Bliss"!

1.   Quote:-

A quick recap of the famous quote as below [You happen to know this quote by heart I suppose]

Quotation:-“His had an innocently bright & broad countenance. Neither was his belly bulging out nor was his head deprived of hair.”

2.    Reference to context:-

Description of the Prophet  (Choicest blessing and peace be upon him):-As extracted from the jewel “The Life of Muhammad  (sal-lal-lahu alai hi wa sallam)” by A.H.Siddiqui]

I.   The Last Phase of Meccan life of the Prophet  (Choicest blessing and peace be upon him), His journey from  Makkah to Medina. Fatigued & thirsty, the Prophet( Peace and Blessings Be Upon Him ) & his companions wanted to refresh themselves with food & a few draughts of milk & reached the encampment of Umm Ma’bad al-Kuza’iyah.The lady told them that the flock was out in the pasture & the goat standing nearby was almost dry.

II.   The Prophet  (Choicest blessing and peace be upon him) with her permission touched its udders, reciting over them the name of Allah & to his great joy; there flowed plenty of milk out of them. The Prophet  (Choicest blessing and peace be upon him) first offered the milk to that lady of the house & what was left by her was shared by the members of the party.

3.   Who said to whom:-

The description of the Prophet( Peace and Blessings Be Upon Him )as narrated by the lady Umm Ma’bad al-Khuza’iyah to her husband Abu Ma’bad who returned to his home post the sunset thus…
I.   He had black attractive eyes finely arched by continuous eyebrows.
II.   His hair, glossy & black, inclined to curl, he wore long.
III.   His voice extremely commanding.
IV.   His head was large & well formed & set on a slender neck.
V.   His expression was expensive & contemplative, serene & sublime.
VI.   The stranger was fascinating from the distance & no sooner he came nearer this fascination was changed into attachment & respect.
VII.   His expression was very sweet & distinct.
VIII.   His speech was well set & free from the use of superfluous words, as if it were a rosary of beads.
IX.   His stature was neither too high nor too small so as to look repulsive.
X.   He was bright & fresh.
XI.   Always surrounded by his companions, whenever he uttered something the listeners would hear him with rapt attention, his commands they carried out. He was a master & a commander.
XII.   His manners were fine. His utterances were marked by truth & sincerity, free from all kinds of falsehoods & lies.

4.   My Comments:-

A Poem this humble has written a year earlier.

The Prophet  (Choicest blessing and peace be upon him)

*I think I too saw the prophet  (Choicest blessing and peace be upon him),
Once in my dream,
While surfing through the net,
I had some qualms,
About his good deeds!
I prayed to Gharib Nawaz  (Rahmatullahi Allaih) & Haji Malang  (Rahmatullahi Allaih),
Said to them “Guide me & show me the love & the light “,
“For if not I believe your Prophet  (Choicest blessing and peace be upon him),
How can I seek the love held in your basket!

I think I saw the Prophet( Peace and Blessings Be Upon Him ),
The same very night,
He led me to a hall,
Witty, medium height & he looked so very bright!
**Smart stature he had a medium beard,
Preaching black eyes, signaling me not to fear.
Asked me to watch a debate,
And find out if I had any regrets,
Any doubts, fear or distress.
Debate is between one man said ‘He’,
One man called ***‘Noel’ & the other? ‘Was blank’ you see.

Waking up, his message I realized,
Half knowledge is dangerous & debates are endless,
Without belief I would be helpless.
My heart filled with peaceful calmness,
Mind said now it’s time to show some goodness!
Charity like a flowing river,
Faith as strong as a pillar!
“Never ever doubt the Prophet  (Choicest blessing and peace be upon him),
Always believe in his kindness,
And Break through your blindness".

Also surf not through the net, [And Now..]
****Reading from the book, your eyes shall turn wet,
What a brave & divine angle he was,
Equality & Peace to the world he brought!
I think I saw the prophet  (Choicest blessing and peace be upon him),
Once in my dream,
Making me believe “God is one”
And in my sweet dreams,
Muhammad SAW, Pray you always come!

Footnotes:-
*Maybe my illusion/perception,for am just a seeker Pls (unlike any enlightened person)
**’Prophet’ or the Person in discussion looked like a learned professor.
***No clue of the significance of this name’Noel’ so Pls no offence; it was only a dream & my perception.
****The Life of Muhammad  (sal-lal-lahu alai hi wa sallam) by A.H.Siddiqui

With Lots of Love,
Sister Reshma.
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