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"O Allah! We seek goodness from Your Knowledge and with Your Power (and Might) We seek strength, and We ask from You Your Great Blessings, because You have the Power and We do not have the power. You Know everything and I do not know, and You have knowledge of the unseen. Oh Allah! If in Your Knowledge this action (We are about to take) is better for my religion and faith, for our life and end [death], for here [in this world] and the hereafter then make it destined for us and make it easy for us and then add blessings [baraka'] in it, for us. O Allah! In Your Knowledge if this action is bad for us, bad for our religion and faith, for our life and end [death], for here [in this world] and the hereafter then turn it away from us and turn us away from it and whatever is better for us, ordain [destine] that for us and then make us satisfied with it."

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Importance of a good shaykh by Shaykh Abd'al-Qadir al-Jilani Radi Allahu anhu

Al Ghawth al-Adham Shaykh Sayyad Abd'al-Qadir al-Jilani Radi 'Allahu anhu said: You must work hard to ensure that your hearts are not locked out of the door of His nearness. Be sensible! You are getting nowhere. You must seek the company of a Shaykh who is learned in the law [hukm] and knowledge ['ilm] of Allah (Almighty and Glorious is He), and who will show you the way toward Him. Without seeing the successful [muflih], one cannot succeed. If a person does not seek the company of scholars who put their knowledge into practice ['ulama 'ummal], he is a chicken from an egg abandoned by the rooster and the mother hen.

Seek the fellowship of those who enjoy fellowship with the Lord of Truth (Almighty and Glorious is He). What each of you should do, when the night has grown dark and people have gone to bed and their voices are silent, is get up, take an ablution [yatawadda'], perform two cycles of ritual prayer [yusalli rak'atain] and say: "O my Lord, guide me to one of Your righteous servants near to You, so that he may guide me toward You and make me familiar with Your path." The instrument [sabab] is necessary. Allah (Almighty and Glorious is He) was quite capable of guiding [His servants] to Him without the Prophets [anbiya']. Be sensible! You are getting nowhere. You must awaken from your heedless folly. As the Beloved Prophet Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam has said: If someone relies entirely on his own subjective judgement, he will go astray. Try to find someone who will be a mirror for the face of your religion [din], just as you look in the mirror to check the appearance of your outer face, your turban and your hair. Be sensible! What is this crazy foolishness? You say, "I don't need anyone to teach me," and yet the Beloved Prophet Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam has said: The believer is the believer's mirror [al-mu'minu mir'atu 'l-mu'min].

When the believer's faith is sound, he comes to be a mirror for all creatures. They behold their religious faces [wujuh adyanihim] reflected in the mirror of his speech, every time they see him and get close to him. What is this craziness? Not a moment goes by without your begging Allah (Almighty and Glorious is He) to provide you with more than you already have to eat, to drink, and to wear, with more sexual opportunities and more income. These are not things that could increase or decrease, even if you were to be joined in your plea by every supplicant whose prayers are answered [da 'in mujab].

Supplication [da 'wa] will neither increase one's sustenance by so much as an atom, nor reduce it by an atom. This is a foregone conclusion [mafrugh minhu]. You must devote your attention to doing what you have been commanded to do, and to avoiding what you have been forbidden to do. You should not worry about that which is bound to come your way, because He guarantees that it will come to you. Allotted shares [aqsam] arrive at their appointed times, whether they be sweet or bitter, whether you like them or dislike them.

The people [of the Way] attain to a condition in which they no longer have any prayer of supplication [du'a] or request [su'al] to make. They do not beg [in their prayers] to gain advantages, nor to get rid of disadvantages. Their supplication comes to be a matter concerning their hearts, sometimes for their own sake and sometimes for the sake of all creatures, so they utter the prayer of supplication without conscious premeditation [fi ghaiba].
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"O '' Allah, endow us with good behaviour in Your company under all circumstances!
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[When the believer's faith is sound], fasting [sawm], prayer [salat], remembrance [dhikr] and all acts of obedience [ta 'at] become second nature to him, mingled with his flesh and blood. Then he receives protection from Allah (Almighty and Glorious is He) under all circumstances. The restraint of the law [hukm] does not desert him, not for an instant, while he is on this course. The law comes to be like the vessel in which he sits, as he travels over the ocean of the power [qudra] of his Lord (Almighty and Glorious is He). He goes on traveling over it until he arrives at the shore of the hereafter, at the shore of the ocean of grace and the hand of nearness. Thus he is sometimes in the company of creatures and at certain times in the company of the Creator. His work and toil are with creatures, while his relaxation is with the Creator.
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From Shaykh 'Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani, "The Sublime Revelation (Al-Fath ar-Rabbani)," translated by Muhtar Holland (Al-Baz Publishing, Houston, 1992), p. 426-8.
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On the authority of Abu Hurayrah r.a., who said that Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. said: Allah SWT said:

Whosoever shows enmity to someone devoted to Me, I shall be at war with him. My servant draws not near to Me with anything more loved by Me than the religious duties I have enjoined upon him, and My servant continues to draw near to Me with supererogatory works so that I shall love him. When I love him I am his hearing with which he hears, his seeing with which he sees, his hand with which he strikes and his foot with which he walks. Were he to ask [something] of Me, I would surely give it to him, and were he to ask Me for refuge, I would surely grant him it. I do not hesitate about anything as much as I hesitate about [seizing] the soul of My faithful servant: he hates death and I hate hurting him. (It was related by al-Bukhari)
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“Allah! There is no God save Him, the Alive, the Eternal. Neither slumber nor sleep overtaketh Him. Unto Him belongeth whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is in the earth. Who is he that intercedeth with Him save by His leave? He knoweth that which is in front of them and that which is behind them, while they encompass nothing of His knowledge save what He will. His throne includeth the heavens and the earth, and He is never weary of preserving them. He is the Sublime, the Tremendous.”

Monday, August 22, 2016

SKETSA - KISAH MISTERI YANG DISANGKA TIDAK BERLAKU LAGI DI ZAMAN INI.

Sketsa (untuk renungan sahaja)
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(Foto Hiasan semata-mata)

Suatu hari, baru sahaja habis Pok Nik makan tengahari, seorang tua bertongkat mendekati Pok Nik. (Pok Nik namakannya sebagai "Orang Tua Misteri - (OTM)" Pada mulanya Pok Nik menyangka OTM itu peminta sedekah. Tiba-tiba datang OTM dan mengucapkan salam kepada Pok Nik lalu meminta izin untuk duduk di meja yang sama. Bau minyak atar kasturinya semerbak. Memakai jubah unggu baldu. Lalu Pok Nik memperlawanya makan tetapi dia tersenyum dan menolaknya dengan baik.

OTM : "Tuan, ada berapa jenis takdir?" (Selamba bertanyakan Pok Nik)
(tersentak lalu Pok Nik selamba menjawabnya)

Pok Nik : "Ada dua"

OTM : "Apa dia?"

Pok Nik: "Mubram dan Mualak"

OTM : "Bezanya?"
Pok Nik : "Yang Mubram telah tetap - maut, jodoh, rezeki dan yang berkaitan dengannya.
Yang Mualak boleh berubah - asbab syariatnya - antara lain - teguh cita-cita, usaha ikhtiar dan rangkaian doa serta tawakkal"
OTM : "Tuan cakap tadi 'maut adalah (takdir) Mubram?"

Pok Nik : "Ya"

OTM : "Bagaimana jika seseorang itu 'mati hidup semula'?"

Pok Nik : "Itu Takdir/Qada Mualak"

OTM : "Mengapa pula? Tadi tuan cakap 'maut adalah takdir 'mubram'?"
Pok Nik : "Benar Syeikh, tetapi orang yang mati, TIDAK AKAN KEMBALI LAGI - jika dia kembali juga, maknanya istilah 'maut hakiki' tidak boleh diletakkan ke atasnya"
OTM : (tersenyum) "Jadi apa sebenarnya keadaan manusia ini?"
Pok Nik : "Dia diistilahkan sebagai 'pengsan'. Masuk golongan 'hilang ingatan, majnun' - macam orang kena sampuk dan rasuk atau tertidur sehingga lalai menunaikan solat.."
OTM : (tersenyum lagi) "Makanya jika dia 'pengsan' - atau digali kembali kuburnya setelah dipastikan masih hidup rupanya, atau semasa hendak menyemadikannya, tiba-tiba dia bangun? Apa yang perlu dilakukan?"
Pok Nik : "Pertama, dipastikan dahulu itu bukan perbuatan syaitan - maka kena ada yang arif mengenainya. Jika sudah dipastikan dia wajib mandi hadas - kerana dikira pengsan - sudah masuk golongan yang 'tidak sedarkan diri', atau 'lupa'
OTM : "Tadi dia kan dimandikan tadi?" (mandi mayat)
Pok Nik : "Itu sebab dia disangka mati, maka taklif syaraknya sudah dianggap tiada lagi. Tiba-tiba dia 'hidup kembali' - maka kena kembalilah menanggung 'balik' taklif syaraknya - sebab 'masih hidup'.
Sebaiknya, dia mengucap selepas mandi hadas dan berwudhuk. Selepas mengucap dua kalimah syahadah maka dia wajib tanggung kembali 'taklif syarak' ke atas dirinya - jika ada solatnya yang tertinggal, dia kena qadha, jika dia hidup balik pada bulan puasa - maka wajib diqadha puasanya"
OTM : "Alhamdulillah - tauhid, feqah dan tasaufmu sangat seimbang - inilah yang kita mahu"
Pok Nik : "eeh, saya tak reti apa Syeikh"
Cuma termenung sebentar setelah dia menyebut "kita". Lalu dia bangun, berjabat salam, memeluk Pok Nik malah membayar makan dan minum Pok Nik dan beredar. Sesetengahnya pelanggan yang berkebetulan makan di situ adalah jemaah dari masjid yang berdekatan - menoleh ke arah OTM yang berjalan perlahan-lahan ke lorong berdekatan. Pelanggan kedai yang lain malah penjual makanan juga kelihatan terpinga-pinga - rupanya ada di antara mereka sedang khusyuk mendengar dialog Pok Nik dengan OTM. Lalu ada yang bangun mendekati Pok Nik. "Tuan ni Ustaz ke?"
Pok Nik : "Hissshh..mana ada tuan - orang tu tanya soalan, maka saya jawablah - setakat saya mampu - orang tua tu lah yang sepatutnya tuan tanya - bukan saya..."
"Hebat jawapan tuan, kami ni AJK masjid pun belum tentu boleh menjawab soalan itu."
Pok Nik : "Itu hal qadha - qadar tuan - Asas. Juga salah satu Tonggak Rukun Iman, wajib kita imani dan ketahui"
Mereka terdiam dan bertanya "Tuan ni siapa sebenarnya?"
Pok Nik dengan yakinnya menjawab : "Saya adalah seorang Perunding Pengurusan'
lalu tergelak kecil memerhatikan reaksi mereka. Semuanya terdiam sebab Pok Nik memakai baju kemeja dan seluar 'slacks'. Mungkin ada yang menyangka Pok Nik seorang 'ustaz' tetapi tidak pula berjubah dan berserban. Pok Nik hanya senyum - cepat-cepat bangun dan beredar dari situ. Ada yang mengejar Pok Nik nak minta no. telefon, tetapi Pok Nik mengangkat tangan sahaja terus ke kereta. "Lain kali ye..InsyaAllah"
Sampai sekarang pun Pok Nik takut nak pergi makan di situ. Bukan sahaja bimbang OTM tu datang lagi bertanya soalan yang 'tinggi-tinggi' tetapi bimbangkan orang sekitar menganggap Pok Nik ni 'orang pelik'....
(InsyaAllah, di lain masa, Pok Nik akan kongsikan lagi kisah-kisah ini - diharap sahabat-sahabat sudi mendengarnya)