For what do we live? Who lives for eating & drinking is an animal. Who lives for servanthood becomes Sultan. O our Lord! May You fill us with Your love & longing. Who is the centre of the love & longing? Who is in the centre? Rasul-i Kibriya (sallAllahu Alayhi wa aalihi wa sallam). The Prophet of the End of Times (sallAllahu Alayhi wa aalihi wa sallam) is filled with love & longing. To love him, to love the Prophet (sas) – that is what faith is. What a beautiful Prophet is that Prophet (sallAllahu Alayhi wa aalihi wa sallam). You wouldn’t be able to look at his face for long; it was not possible to look. Such a beauty & magnificence is granted to the Prophet of the End of Times. He didn’t appear that way to the people. If he did, all people would collapse, fall down in sajda and say “This is our Lord”. He didn’t appear like this. Subhan Allah. Sultan Allah. How ignorant the people of this time have become. They ran far from the realities. They are not seeking them. They have fallen to fighting. Go ahead O Shahi Mardan. Your yaran admire you. Who does not admire is an animal. O yaran of Shahi Mardan, how beautiful is your speech.
That Prophet (sallAllahu Alayhi wa aalihi wa sallam) is the only Prophet who represents Allah Almighty – he is who is the Khaliph of Allah Almighty. Our glorification is to him, (through him) it reaches our Lord. Glorify the Prophet of the End of Times (sallAllahu Alayhi wa aalihi wa sallam), that glorification reaches Allah Almighty. Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. Don’t fight, O people! The people of the End of Times have fallen to fighting. Why do you fight? What is the fight for? What did Pharaoh say to Prophet Moses? “Ya Musa, ‘In Turidu ‘Illa ‘An Takuna Jabbaran Fi l-‘Ardi” (28:19). “Do you want to be a tyrant on earth?” Is that what you claim? No. It was him (Pharaoh) who wanted to be jabbar/ the tyrant. Being Al-Jabbar, The Mighty, belongs to Allahu Dhu-l Jalal. Prophet Moses is a servant, so was Pharaoh. But Pharaoh did not admit his servanthood and he vanished. Allahu Allah, Allahu Allah.
~Shaykh al-Akbar, Sultan ul-Awliya Mawlana Shaykh Nazim (Qs)