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45. YA WASI’

Al-Wasi’ The All-Embracing Exalted and Glorious To Allah belongs the east and the west, so wherever you turn there is the Face of Allah.  Surely! Allah is All-Sufficient for His creatures’ needs, All-Knowing.  (2:115)...

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Which kind of questions is it advisable to ask?

They should be questions of the heart. All what you can find on google or wikipedia do not ask. Some students like to release statements or share their opinion, instead of asking questions. This position...

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Mathematics

While Nasrudin was staying in another town, a local man asked him what three times two was. “Four,” Nasrudin replied. “You are wrong,” the man said. “The answer is six.” “Actually,” explained Nasrudin, “I...

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The Magician

  Gurdjieff used to tell a parable…. There was a magician who was also a shepherd. He had thousands of sheep to look after and he was a very miserly man so he didn’t...

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44. YA MUJIB

Al-Mujib The Responsive Exalted and Glorious He brought you forth from the earth and settled you therein, then ask forgiveness of Him and turn to Him in repentance.  Certainly, my Lord is Near, Responsive. ...

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How does the master guide the disciple?

The masters are not ordinary people, they come with a power in their heart and they take us because we are on their list. Every soul is entrusted to the hands of a master....

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The needle and the scissors

It is reported in the life of a great Sufi mystic, Farid, that a king came to see him. He had brought a present for him: a beautiful pair of scissors, golden, studded with...

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Friday, 13th March, 2015

A tughra in the shape of a peacock attributed to Mirza Muhammad Ali (1852–1937), one of the sons of Bahá’u’lláh, the founder of the Bahá’í Faith. A tughra (Ottoman Turkish: طغرا tuğrâ) is a calligraphic monogram, seal or signature of an Ottoman sultan that was affixed to...