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Jumad-al-Ula 1433

Islaahi Correspondence

Steps forward on the path of Reformation

Replies of letters by
Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel Saheb
(rahmatullah alayh)

Extract from the Introduction to the booklet:

" Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahmatullahi alayh) was the Khalifa (representative) of two great luminaries: Hazrat Maulana Hakeem Muhammad Akhtar Saheb (Mudda Zilluhu) and Hazrat Mufti Mahmood-ul-Hasan Gangohi (rahmatullah alayh), and was, himself, the mentor, preceptor and spiritual guide of many, including myself.

Hazrat Maulana was an epitome of piety and righteousness, and an ocean of wisdom in his guidance and advice to Saalikeen.

The book entails selected replies to Islaahi correspondence, much of which is taken from the e-mails that came from various parts of the world. Since the same questions or problems are asked by different people, it will, Insha-Allah, benefit many more.

This booklet contains 20 letters with its replies. Confidentiality has been upheld and no names and details are made known or published..."

Letter One: Relating to Bay'at & Tasawwuf

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Islam is still Alive The Path became Easy
(Muje Sehle ho kahi Manzile)

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The 1 Cent Coin
by Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahmatullahi alayh)

Once, when taking a walk through a park, with some friends, we came across a fountain, wherein were numerous 1 cent and 2 cent coins.

On noticing this, it came to mind, that since the 1 cent coin and the 2 cent coin have negligible value – in fact, no worth or value is really given to these coins – they are generally discarded in a fountain, after some ‘wish’ is made.

And if the wish is such, that it would definitely be accomplished with money, then a mere 1 cent or 2

cents would not suffice for the fulfilment of the grand wishes of those who throw with any such hope… Nevertheless, I presented this analogy to my companions:

The value of the 1 cent coin, after having separated itself from the R5 coin, or the R100 note, diminished. It ‘depreciated’, so to speak.

…So many pass by such fountains, and yet no one considers taking one or a few of those coins.

However, when that 1 cent coin attaches itself to the R100 note, then its value and worth is considered just as that R100 note. When the 1 cent coin attaches itself to the R100 note, its value will increase...

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