Three Golden Advices of Hazrat Shaikh (rah)- Actonville Jaame Masjid, Benoni

Special Programme, at Actonville Jaame Masjid on February 23, 2017

The great Wali Hazrat Shaikh Zakariyya (R) spent the last Ramadaan of his life in I’tikaaf in Stanger, South Africa. It was no ordinary I’tikaaf considering the calibre of Hazrat Shaikh (R), and furthermore that he was at the end of his life, when a person’s spirituality is at it’s highest, in the month of Ramadaan, in the company of great Ulama and Mashaaikh, present in the huge gathering, Allahu-Akbar! Upon his departure he gave the people three short advices. The advices of the Ahlullah are simple but profound, and practical serving as a ‘roadmap’ for all aspects of life. The first advice he gave: keep your tongues busy with Durood Shareef. Durood Shareef is an amal with unlimited benefits and rewards, such that many great Ulama including Hazrat Shaikh himself has written on different formats, wording and virtues. The second advice given by Hazrat Shaikh (R): keep your body engaged in practicing the Sunnah of Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW). Hazrat Shah Abrarul Haqq Sb (R) used to say, a person should make amal on the Sunnah he is able to practice easily, and Allah Ta’ala will give the taufeeq to practice on those Sunnah which he thinks are difficult to practice upon. The third advice given by Hazrat Shaikh (R): keep your heart engaged in the remembrance of death. In Hazrat’s Shaikh’s khanqah programs during Ramadaan, the sermons and poetry (nazms) would focus on the reality of death so that people could ponder and come out of a state of negligence. In life it is these actions of the tongue, limbs and heart which determine a person’s Jannah or Jahannum.

Duration Salaat & Salaam: 00:19
Duration Naat - Hfz M Seedat: 00:05
Duration Main: 00:35
Duration Dua: 00:09

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