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Fihrist / Index

S/N Kelime Kitap Sayfa
1 Preface 6
2 Belief of Ahi as-sunnat, harâms. Tawba. Mahdî 9
3 This Ummat will part into seventy-three groups 34
4 It is not permissible to confine the meanings in the Qur’an al-kerîm within philosophers’ views 36
5 It is necessary to hold fast to the Sunnat and to avoid bid’ats 37
6 5 2-89 In the world we must do what is good for the Hereafter 39
7 6 3-31 The ’âlam-i-arwâh, the ’âlam-i-mithâl, the ’âlam-i-ajsad, life in the grave 40
8 The 'âlams and everything were created from nothing. Greek philosophers 43
9 We must cease from unnecessary, useless actions. 46
10 Answers to those who deny torment in the grave 47
11 How to hold fast to Islam; importance of namâz 50
12 The meanings of the words in the adhân 56
13 Importance of namâz. Those who do not perform namâz 58
14 Raising the finger during the sitting posture in namâz 65
15 Namâz is the highest worship 76
16 What do sunnat and bid’at mean? The ta’dîl-i-arkân in namâz 77
17 We must perform the namâz correctly. Consuming (food, etc. that are) halâl. Who is called a martyr? 79
18 Allâhu ta’âlâ cannot be comprehended through mind or imagination. We must have îmân in the ghayb 85
19 Explaining the secret information about praying 88
20 Encouraging one to obey the owner of Islam and to love one’s master from whom one has learned one’s faith 90
21 We must observe Islam throughout our worldly occupations 91
22 We must know that sorrows and troubles come from Allahu ta’alâ 92
23 We must be patient with troubles caused by men 92
24 Sorrows and troubles must be deemed as blessings 93
25 When our outward deeds are disorderly, our heart becomes disorderly, too 94
26 Troubles and disasters are atonements for sins 95
27 Giving up our own wishes, we must follow the wishes of our Owner 96
28 Pride and arrogance are dangerous heart-sicknesses 98
29 Rasulullah’s asking for paper while dying. Superiority of the Sahaba 101
30 The Sahaba loved one another very much. Slanders of the Shi’is 115
31 Superiority of the Sahaba. Why many troubles are sent upon the beloved 121
32 Detailed information about genies. Souls of the Awliya 134
33 Presence of souls. Attributes of Allahu ta’ala 151
34 Souls show themselves in men’s figures. What metempsychosis is 154
35 Informing about the value of namaz 156
36 Tawakkul 160
37 Lawh-il-Mahfuz and Umm-ul-Kitab 199
38 Irada-i juz’iyya 204
39 An elderly Muslim’s advice to his daughter and his prayer 207
40 What is a true Muslim like? 226
41 Booklet: “Qada and Qadar” by Abussu’ud Bey 228
42 Everything the beloved one does will be liked. Hamd is superior to shukr 231
43 Men of Allah do not have a mote of worldly love in their hearts 235
44 Man is created so as to be civilized. In order to be civilized and to live he needs other men. In this need does his superiority lie 235
45 Every action in obedience to Rasulullah is dhikr 237
46 Mu’jiza, karamat, firasat, sihr 238
47 Reason why khariqas and karamats are few 239
48 Being a Wall does not require showing wonders and miracles 241
49 The iman-i ghaybi of the distinguished, of the ignorant, and of men of tasawwuf, who are between these two groups 248
50 The states of savants of zahir, of men of tasawwuf, and of the distinguished, who have reached perfection in knowledge 250
51 Man’s origin is ’adam (non-existence); there is no goodness in ’adam 251
52 Reason why beautiful appearances look sweet 252
53 Allahu ta’ala is not like anything, nor can He be comprehended with mind 253
54 53 3-44 Answer to those who disbelieve the fact that Allahu ta’ala will be seen in Paradise 254
55 The knowledge of ’Ilm-ul-yaqin of the men of tasawwuf and of philosophers 267
56 The inference of ’Ulama-i-Rasikhin and of other savants of the din 268
57 Everything that occurs to mind and imagination or that is understood through kashf and shuhud is a creature 269
58 Translation of the 61st letter from the book Maktubat by Hadrat Abdullah-i Dahlawi 270
59 58 Translation of the 85th letter from the book Maktubat by Hadrat Abdullah-i-Dahlawf 272
60 Conditions on which Rasulullah made women to promise. Shirk, sacrificing an animal for a man, theft, fornication, abortion, slander, using amulets 283
61 Sacred nights 299
62 Translation of the eighty-eighth letter from the book entitled Maktubat (Makatib-i-sherifa) by Hadrat ’Abdullah-i-Dahlawi 310
63 Salutations and Greetings (Among Muslims) 316
64 63 The ayat-i-kerima which reads as “Subhana Rabbika...” 325