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IF A PERSON FINDS FAITH TO BE DIFFICULT, THEN SATAN HARASSES HIM. FAITH IS QUITE EASY. A person only needs to leave himself to his natural state. He will leave his brain, spirit and mind to its natural state. IN HIS NATURAL STATE A PERSON GETS IN TOUCH WITH ALLAH. A PERSON CAN NOT GET IN TOUCH WITH ALLAH BECAUSE HE ASSUMES AN ATTITUDE IN WHICH HE SIDES WITH SATAN.
Some people are skeptical, some of them are timid, while some of them are introverted and hard to understand. A NATURAL PERSON IS VERY BEAUTIFUL. A person who expresses what he feels inside is beautiful. But of course I would not say that one would be incautious. One has to be cautious, but meanwhile he must be humanistic, reasonable. BEING WILD IS NOT BECOMING TO A WOMAN, IT IS A VERY ABNORMAL ACT.
Almighty Allah says; "If you love Me a lot, if you fear from Me, if you abide by the Qur'an, if you act sincerely, if you constantly keep your heart and mind with Me and repent, if you thank Allah, if you constantly praise Allah's supreme being saying "Allahu Akbar", if you constantly testify your removing any anthropomorphic elements or associations with Allah saying "Subhan'Allah", if you praise Me saying; "My Lord You are free of all kinds of flaws and shortcomings, Glory be to You", if you strive with all your might to praise Me and My Glory, no evil would ever fall to you. You will be at ease," says Allah. There is a secret in this.
A sincere, candid, high quality, classy, modern understanding of Islam; an understanding that takes arts and science as basis, that fears Allah, that completely submits to Allah, that acts according to the Qur'an, that sincerely interprets the Qur'an and acts according to whatever the Qur'an demands without making any additions or any subtractions is spreading like a snowball. As far as I see no one contravenes such an understanding of Islam.
Religion is very pure and simple. One should have good morals, one should be loving and sincere. Lawful deeds are defined anyway. There are many lawful acts, they are boundless. Unlawful deeds on the other hand are very few. They are defined in the Qur'an as well. One needs to keep away from them and that is it. You would be a good person, a loving person who submits himself to Allah, a person who loves Allah very much. You should not be wooly minded, you should just be honest.
The Qur'an informs us about what is auspicious and what is beneficial. The most beneficial thing to do is to strive to save the Hereafter of people and to give an intellectual struggle on the way of Allah. Or else it is not to become a businessman and to found holdings and operate touristic facilities and keep one's self with trade as some people claim. This is a highly insincere approach. Happiness comes with faith.
If one is sincere, he would understand the Qur'an anyway, such a person would understand the command of the Qur'an as well. A sincere person loves Allah very much, he loves the Qur'an very much, he loves the companions and he loves everyone. Such a person would be perfect with his humility and morality. The whole matter is about sincerity because Allah makes such a person feel the things that are wrong, and see the right things as well.
With sincere faith, even one person alone can dominate the world. For instance the Prophet Solomon (pbuh) was very faithful, Allah made him rule the world. Dhul’Qarnayn (pbuh) was alone, he was very devout and Allah made him rule the world. That is all. Patience, faith, sincerity and not minding the allurement of this world, that is all.
God is the One Who creates wisdom and wisdom is created every single moment. It has a constant flow, it does not remain stagnant inside the brain. People presume that wisdom can be preserved as if it is put inside a cube; actually that is not true. It is completely empty inside the brain. Wisdom constantly flows like a river, it is made to flow by God.
God would take away the foresight and perception of a person who is stealthy, skeptical, dark, ill-intentioned, dishonest, one that has malice in his heart, one who does not want the goodness of others, one who does not feel any inclination towards love in his heart. Such a person would start making incoherent movements. His glances would become distorted, his speech would become distorted, his reasoning would become disrupted. God would put obstacles in front of him and bring about exiguousness.
Let me give you a secret. God doesn’t say,” Those who have weapons, those who have power, those who have money and those who have political power will prevail in the world.” God doesn’t say ; ” Those who perform their prayers, those who fast will prevail in the world.” God says, “Those sincere servants of Mine will attain salvation and prevail in the world.” He only mentions the sincere ones.
Did the Prophet Joseph (pbuh) have tanks and cannonballs? No, he didn’t. Did he have thousands of students? No, he didn’t. Did he have money? No, he didn’t. What did he have? He had sincerity. He was the Mahdi of his time. God made him victorious. What condition does Almighty God has for that? One should be able to endure hardships, one should be patient in the face of hardships and sufferings. Or else no result can be attained if one tries to present himself as if he is facing hardships yet not really facing any hardships.
If you think devilishly, the deeper you think the more you get swamped by it. Thinking deeper is not in that sense: Thinking deeper means thinking sincerely. It means thinking with all one's sincerity, with all one's honesty, with good intentions, by thinking on God's side, thinking with love for God, never thinking anything against God.
There is no need to consume such an extraordinary amount of energy for attaining deep faith. If a person is very sincere, a deep faith would instantly be formed. They are imagining that religion is very difficult. They say, "You need to ponder deeply, you need to think deeply." Actually one cannot succeed at thinking deeply through mere willpower; God is the One Who will make one think deeply. A person does not have any individual power. What we need to do then is to be sincere. We have to be sincere and ask for it from God.
God prospers those who are sincere and who are devoted to God with a sincere heart, who have accepted ordeals and pains for God. Such people live a happy life. God says that He will open the way for those who are on His path and that He will protect such people. And He does so; that is clearly observed. He gives them victory. These are all explicit, clear miracles, tangible miracles. Nothing bad happens to such people.
Being sincere is living only for God. For, instance when one gets married, he gets married for God. When one opens a place of business , he does so for God. When one goes to school, he should do so for God. When one eats, he should eat for the good pleasure of God. Then his life will be plentiful and beautiful.
Almighty God always aims for sincere, exalted faith. When Almighty God sees sincere, lofty faith in the world, He increases the abundance on this world: When there is weakness in faith, God reduces that abundance on the world. That is why pure and sincere Muslims should continue this spiritual reinforcement with all their might.
“Sincerity” is a Word closely connected with the Qur'an. We could not know what sincerity is if we do not know the Qur'an. Sincerity means a person's not applying any pressure on his brain and thinking on the side of God in everything; it means his never expostulating on God- may God forbid, his never being troubled by God or never rebelling against God- may God forbid.
A great many people rebel against God or expostulate on God. They expostulate, saying, "He doesn't help me, He has taken my son away from me, He has taken my car away from me, He has taken my possessions from me." Who is the One Who gives you your child? God is. Who is the One Who takes him away from you? God is. I mean the expostulation here is very irrational; it is an act far removed from sincerity. God doesn't like such conduct.
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