Hazrat Maulana Mazhar Sb DB – an embodiment of Akhlaq

Zikr Majlis, at Musjid ut Taqwa on February 15, 2018

Poetry: Maulana Mazhar ki Amaad

The programs of Hazrat Maulana Shah Hakeem Muhammad Mazhar Sb DB – the illustrious son of an illustrious father, have been widely announced. We tend to take the Ahlullah for granted because they come regularly to our shores. We should actually be seeking out their company, but it is the extreme kindness of these great personalities that they take the sacrifice upon themselves to come to us. We should therefore show our appreciation and attend their programmes with the correct intention, etiquette and respect to draw maximum benefit from them. The poetry discussed is an introduction to Hazrat Maulana Mazhar DB, his outstanding qualities and the benefit of being in his company. The darknesses of our souls and hearts are removed by the light of the Suhbah of the Ahlullah, and if a person spends a substantial amount of time around them, that light eventually glows in his heart too. A person becomes enriched with the jewels of knowledge and wisdom which the Ahlullah distribute, and ‘droplets’ of the sukoon that Allah SWT ‘rains’ upon them, fall on those around them as well. The gaze of Ahlullah has a miraculous effect that can turn a person’s whole life around. We should prepare our hearts and ourselves for Hazrat’s arrival, try to be in his company and make khidmah of him and the guests that will be accompanying him so that we obtain his duas and gazes of kindness.

Duration Main: 00:23
Duration Naat - Hfz R Arbee: 00:10
Duration Main 2: 00:02
Duration Zikr: 00:03
Duration Dua - Hajjee Kamraan Shb: 00:06

Tags: Ahlullah, Akhlaq, appreciation, benefit, darkness, dua, effect, embodiment, etiqquette, father, gaze, Hakeem, hakim, Hazrat Maulana Mazhar, Heart, illustrious, Khidmah, kindness, life, poetry, son, souls, sukoon

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