May The Good Days Come

بِسۡمِ اللهِ الرَّحۡمٰنِ الرَّحِيۡمِ

Mawlana congratulates all Muslims on the coming of the Holy month of Muharramu-l Haram and prays that “The Good Days Come”.

Sultan ul-Awliya Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Nazim Al-Haqqani An-Naqshibandi, Sohbat of the 4th of November, 2013.



Marhaba, O lovers of Shah Mardan. May our day be beautiful and pure. May our day be pure. May our day be beautiful. Go ahead, O lovers of Shah Mardan. Let’s wish, let’s ask from Shah Mardan, let’s ask for beautiful days. Wish. Ask for beautiful days from Janab-ul Haqq. May beautiful days come. May useless days be far from us. What do beautiful days start with? They start with Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim. Say Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim. Don’t fear, don’t be afraid. Beautiful days; our days are beautiful.

Let’s say Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim. Say, O lovers of Shah Mardan. Say. Remember the Name of our Lord. Say Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim. O lovers of Shah Mardan. We ask. We ask for beautiful days and wait. Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim. Let’s say Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim. Recite Bismillah Sharif, don’t fear. Say Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim, don’t fear, O lovers of Shah Mardan. Why do you fear? You say Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim. What do you fear? Don’t be afraid, open. May days which are not beautiful be far from us. May beautiful days open, may nice days reach us. May they open, O lovers. O Shah Mardan, may beautiful days open. May we revive, strengthen, be empowered. Let us call to our Lord. May He favour us. O our Lord, we are Your weak servants. O lovers of Shah Mardan. We are Your weak servants. Qawwi dha’fana fi ridak. Give us strength with Your acceptance, ya Rabbi. Give us power, ya Rabbi. Give us relief, ya Rabbi. May our strength and power increase. May we be surrounded with lovers. May our strength increase. May our Lord give us strength. May He give power and endurance. May He give faith, may He give us Islam.

May our Mawla give us strength. O our Lord, may our faith increase. May our strength increase, may our majesty increase. Ya Rabbi, ya Allah. Al-Qadir Al-Muqtadir Allah. The Mighty All-Powerful Allah. O our Lord, may our remedy increase, may our strength increase. May the majesty of our day increase. May we receive majesty. May we get power, may we find strength. May we find, O lovers, strength in our Lord. Send us healing. O our Lord, send us strength, send us strength. May we get strength; may our strength increase. May our Lord send us support. Our Subhan, our Sultan, we ask from You, ya Rabbi. Ask. Ask from heavens. Let’s say la hawla wa la quwwata illa billahi l-‘Aliyyi l-‘Azim. O lovers of Shah Mardan, this is what we ask for – Shah Mardan. May he be beautiful, may he be strong, may he be majestic. May all our conditions and healing be strong.

Let’s say la hawla wa la quwwata illa billahi l-‘Aliyyi l-A’zim. We are weak. Give us strength, ya Rabbi. Give us power, ya Rabbi. Let’s say la hawla wa la quwwata illa billahi l-‘Aliyyi l-A’zim. Let’s say it. Say it and don’t fear. Your strength will come from heavens. Our strength comes from heavens. May our endurance increase. May our strength increase. Let’s say Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim. La hawla wa la quwwata illa billahi l-‘Aliyyi l-‘Azim ya Rabbi. Send us from the strength of heavens, ya Rabbi. Don’t make us despicable. Make us majestic, ya Rabbi. Let us ask, let us ask from our Lord. Let’s ask for strength and power and healing. This is what we ask for. We ask for healing from You, ya Rabbi. We ask for strength, ya Rabbi. May our strength increase, may our belief increase. May our majesty increase, may our compassion increase.

O our Lord, our Subhan, our Sultan. Our Allah, a remedy for all troubles. We are weak. Send us strength, our Allah. What we ask from You is cure, ya Rabbi. May our remedy increase, may our strength increase. O our Lord, O our Lord, send us faith, send us from Your Power, send us from Your Strength, my Allah. O Allah, the Owner of the Universe, don’t leave us on our own, ya Rabbi. May we open, may we get strength. May our strength increase, may our healing increase. May our Lord give us power. May He give power, may He give endurance. O our Lord, give us strength, give us endurance, dress us in the majesty of heavens, my Allah. May our hearts be conquered. May faith open in our hearts, ya Rabbina. May our strength increase, may our belief increase. May we be filled with the bliss of Your love, ya Rabbi. May the belief of heavens fill us, fill our hearts, ya Rabbi. You are Al-Qadir (Mighty), You are Al-Muqtadir (All-Powerful). Our Lord is You, our Allah. Fatiha.

Our Lord is Jalla wa ‘Ala. He gives whatever He wants, He takes away whatever He wants. He is Al-Qadir wa Al-Muqtadir. We are weak servants. Shah Mardan says it. You are weak servants, weak servants. O our Lord, give us strength. Give us strength. Give us endurance. May we remove kufr. May we remove blasphemy. May our endurance reach heavens bi amrillah wa hikmatillah (by the order and wisdom of Allah). May our strength and healing increase. Fatiha.

May our inside and outside be filled with faith. O lovers of Shah Mardan. Load us with faith, ya Rabbina. May we pass through the seven heavens, may we reach the vicinity of the Arsh (Throne). May we open towards heavens. O our Lord, may our inside and outside become a rose garden by Your command, ya Rabbina. Fatiha.

Blessed Muharram ul-haram for the nation of Muhammad ﷺ . May our souls open, may our hearts be conquered. May our hearts be filled with the bliss of love. O our Lord, may our hearts be filled and loaded with the light of heavens. O our Lord, our Subhan, our Sultan. Happy Muharram ul-haram for the people of Islam. May we be filled with abundant light. May we be filled with light. May we be filled with the light of Allah. Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar wa Lillahi l-hamd.

Fatiha.

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