What Is Our Goal?

Mawlana asked the important question, “What Is Our Goal?” If this question does not become a pressing reality propelling man to realize its answer then man can never have true purpose, satisfaction, or peace of mind.

Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim

Sultan ul-Awliya Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Nazim Al-Haqqani An-Naqshibandi (ق ), Sohbat of the 28th of December, 2012 Safar ul Khair

We are getting closer to akhirah day by day. May we become more enlightened every day. May our Nur increase & our connection to dunya lessen. May we turn to Allah Almighty, may we turn to His Glorious Prophet. May Allah not expel us from the nation of Prophet. May He not expel us from His servanthood also. We are weak. We are weak, we are weak.. 

I would like that we, including myself, know why & for what we came to this world & live accordingly. A person who doesn’t know his destination is bewildered. He may set off, take the road but what can a person do who doesn’t know where he is going? We went out, but to where do we go? A person who has no aim is zero. Where can a person who has no aim go? What is his life for? Our aim is to make our Lord accept us, to please our Prophet (ﷺ), to live under the flag of Islam, to leave dunya with iman, to have an enlightened face & pure heart in the presence of the Lord of Heavens. I want that we achieve the acceptance of Allah Dhul Jalal. 

It is the dhikr that gives power, nothing else

We want the intercession of the Prophet (ﷺ) also. May he intercede for us & accept us under the flag of Hamd. May he make us drink from his pool of Kawthar too, O Lord. May You give health to our bodies & not make the Nur of our faces lessen. We seek refuge in You from the states that come suddenly. We are helpless, weak. May You send us a Master, a Sultan, O Lord, for the honour of Your Beloved. May the goodness of this Safarul Khair come to us & its troubles go to the mountains. May the men & jinn be upon the way of faith. May we glorify (tasbih) & sanctify (taqdis) our Lord. May we tamjeed/glorify Allah Almighty. May we glorify him, recite tamjeed. We should remember our Lord. If we do, we find strength. It is the dhikr that gives power, nothing else- the dhikr of tamjeed. (La hawla wa la quwwata illa Billah) We should be busy with Tahmeed & Tasbeeh (Alhamdulillah & Subhan Allah). We have nothing else to do! We are created for this. “Wa Ma Khalaqtu Al-Jinna Wa Al-‘Insa ‘Illa LiYa`buduni” (51:56) And I created not the jinn & humans except that they should worship Me, says Allah Almighty. 

“Ma ‘Uridu Minhum Min Rizqin Wa Ma ‘Uridu ‘AnYut`imuni”(51:57) I seek not any provision from them nor do I ask that they should feed Me. How beautifully He makes it clear, our Lord Almighty. We don’t hear it. People are after playing, entertainment following their egos. Shaytan corrupted people to such an extent that it’s impossible to describe. Men & women, all bewildered. May Allah not leave us with those bewildered ones. May we live clean, leave the world clean & go to the Presence of the Lord of Heavens clean, having nothing to shame us. O Lord You know we are weak ones. May You show us the flag of Islam. May you show us the Sahib al-Waqt. May You also honour us with his service. His service is like Your service, O Lord. O Lord, may the new generations grow this way. 

You are the Qadir al-Muqtadiru. We are left helpless. May this state of helplessness be lifted from us that we also run after Your pure servanthood. May we not be from those who run after dunya, O Allah. You are Subhan, You are Sultan Ya Rabbi. You are Subhan,You’re Sultan Ya Rabbana. You are Subhan, You’re Sultan Ya Rabbana. Sultan is You, Subhan is You. Subhan is You, Sultan is You. Ya Mu’in Al-Ajizin Ya Rabbana, wa Alhamdulillahi Rabbil Alamin. Fatiha. 

To the good days. Salamun Qawlan min Rabbin Rahim. Salamun Qawlan min Rabbin Rahim. Insha Allah you carry the flags of Islam. May we see it also. 

H.F. Allah bless you. Insha Allah. 

M. To the good days, o son. May you have good, honoured days. Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar. Ya Rabbi, Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar wa Lillah al Hamd. 


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