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Jumad-al-Ula 1433

Immediate Wilayat
by Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahmatullahi alayh)

[Surah Baqarah 2 : 222]

A young person, after listening to a talk, experienced a revolution in his heart. He asked me : “With my past, with the sins in my life, how is it possible for me to become a Wali?”

I said : “It is extremely simple. It takes just one minute to become a Wali (friend of Allah Ta'ala) . Raise your hands and with deep regret and remorse in your heart, shed a few tears and pray to Allah Ta'ala :

'O Allah, I have wasted my life, but I want to become Your Wali - I want to become Your friend.

You have immediately become a Wali. Now make an effort towards fulfilling those rights which had been violated. The effort made indicates to the sincerity of your Taubah.”



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The best of both worlds
by Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel Saheb (rahmatullahi alayh)

In verse 200 / 201 of Surah Al-Baqarah,
Allah Ta’ala states :

“…From amongst people are those who say : “O our Rabb, grant us (Your bounties) in this world.”

But they will have no portion in the Hereafter.

And from them are also those who say :

“O our Rabb, grant us good in this world, and good in the hereafter and save us from the punishment of the fire.”


In the pre-Islamic days, known as the days of Ignorance or Jahiliyyah, people would also perform the Hajj. They too would proceed to Mina, Arafaat and Muzdalifa. However, there were many customary actions which were rife, which Allah Ta’ala makes mention of, guiding the Muslims to abandon such ignorant and vain pursuits, more especially during the sacred days of Hajj.

Allah Ta’ala continues the same discussion, by mentioning that some of those Arabs from the period of Jahiliyyah, would, during the days of Hajj, only make dua for worldly needs and wants. They would ask for wealth, property, honour - anything and everything worldly, which they were desirous of. Their duas thus comprised of only requests for material acquisition or worldly success, and such supplications were and are insignificant in comparison to the greater needs of man in respect to the life to come.



The ‘suhbat’ or company of the Auliya Allah is such that even if they remain silent in their Majaalis, those who are present and who had come with sincerity, will leave with nur in their hearts”