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Naqshbandi Sisters

Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim. The purpose of this group is to bring all the Naqshbandi sisters from around the globe closer together in sharing thoughts, concerns, ideas and providing support and encouragement to each other.

Members: 207
Latest Activity: Jul 12

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Difficulty finding spouse 4 Replies

Started by Hafsa Mahomed. Last reply by inamia rafique Jul 9.

How to live with a difficult husband?? 11 Replies

Started by Martine langlois. Last reply by iman hashem Nov 15, 2013.

Hardship

Started by Jamiu Mar 29, 2013.

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Comment by iman hashem on May 20, 2014 at 3:32pm

dear sisters i publish the famous poetry by saidatana sultana Rabiaa al adawiya singing in an old Egyptian movie ;i knew passion since i knew yours (ya ALLAH)AND I CLOSED MY HEART AGAINST who he is against you(ya ALLAH)etc...her master when he saw her in her room which was  lightening by noor saidina Mohamad asked her to do what she wants :to stay as one of his family or to leave free than she left ......http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpQ8ppreorg

Comment by The Sufi Way on May 19, 2014 at 9:22am

To all sisters: I strongly recommend you read the life story of Rabia Al adawiyya, in memoirs of the saints by Attar. It can be read for free online ( just type in memoirs of the saints Attar...the pdf should come up, second option). It's the most inspiring story of a Saint making her way through life all alone from childhood to old age with such immense love for the divine. We can all learn so much from her. The other stories of the saints are also heartening, I particularly loved reading about Hasan of Basra. 

Comment by Asfa on March 20, 2014 at 9:52am

May Allah bless u all. aameen :)

Comment by iman hashem on November 16, 2013 at 9:15pm

al salam alaykom sisters please Tahira send to mawlana al SALAM from Egypt 2 him and i know that he knows what we want but ask 4 me doaa ALLAH bless u and all muslims ameen wa salam ALLah

Comment by Tahira Khan on November 16, 2013 at 8:45pm
Salaam sisters, me & family will be going to lefke cyprus to visit mowlana tomorrow night from London Insha'Allah. Any one else going Insha'Allah ?
Comment by Tahira Khan on November 14, 2013 at 8:46am
Salaam, jazakAllah khair sisters for add. Insha'Allah everyone is well?
Comment by iman hashem on October 16, 2013 at 1:26pm

from far away here in Egypt it send felicitation 4 all muslims around the world for the eiid moobarak

Comment by Jamiu on June 7, 2013 at 2:27pm

Justice is a condition for peace, and the Prophet, peace be upon him, kept insisting that one cannot experience the taste of equity if one is unable to respect the dignity of individuals. He set slaves free and recommended that Muslims pledge to do so constantly: the faith community of believers had to be a community of free beings. Revelation showed him the way, and, as we have often seen, he never ceased to give particular attention to slaves, the poor, and the lowly in society. He invited them to assert their dignity, to demand their rights, and to get rid of any feeling of inferiority; the message was a call for religious, social, and political liberation. At the close of his mission, in the plain lying at the foot of the Mount of Mercy (Jabal ar-Rahmah), men and women of all races, cultures, and colours, rich and poor, were present and listened to this message, which stressed that the best among people are so through their hearts, which are determined neither by class nor by colour or culture. "The best among you is the best toward people,"from greenpeace!

Comment by Jamiu on June 1, 2013 at 10:33am

Love is a journey. The one thing that the teachings of all spiritualities, religions, philosophies and modern psychologies have in common has to do with the fact that we always have to begin with ourselves. There is no escaping that. We must learn to know ourselves, learn to accept ourselves and learn to love ourselves. Love's first journey is a journey to the inside: again and again, we come back to ourselves, watch ourselves, study ourselves and become completely imbued with ourselves. Not in order to drown in a blind and arrogant egocentrism, but in order to find a balance. It is in fact possible that going back to ourselves is the best way to avoid egocentrism. Learning to love ourselves means learning to accept ourselves. What do we see when we look in our own mirror? The gaze is more important than the evaluation because, ultimately, it is the gaze that determines the evaluation. Our relationship with ethics begins with our relationship with our being: if we began by deprecating ourselves or even hating ourselves, the harm has already been done. A love for someone else that fuses with the other to such an extent as to lead us to deny our own being and our own needs is a love that is fragile, unstable and unbalanced and that will lead, in the long term, to suffering and failure (unless it merges into the experience of absolute self-sacrifice).We must learn to listen to ourselves, to respect ourselves and, when we experience love, to make ourselves heard and respected. We must love ourselves with humility and dignity: we must expect ourselves to change and make constant progress, and expect others to help us on our way without denying us in any circumstances. We must learn to love ourselves, and to make ourselves loved. from jj_jamiu@yahoo.com

Comment by Jamiu on May 24, 2013 at 10:57am

Happy Friday
Some people forgive themselves everything and condemn everyone else. Some condemn everything about themselves and find extenuating circumstances for others. Some do not forgive themselves for anything and forgive nothing. And others forgive everything and (almost) everyone. To love and forgive is to be both demanding and indulgent. This is a matter of balance. An Islamic prophetic tradition says: 'Find seventy excuses for your brother (sister), and if you cannot find any, imagine that there is one excuse you do not know.'  This suggestion echoes the Christian maxim 'Love thy neighbour as thyself,' and 'Thou shalt not judge.' It is about loving and suspending one's judgement. This does not mean accepting everything that others do (in which case there would be no love), but it does mean taking the view that their mistakes or sins do not tell us the whole truth about them. In Measure for Measure, Shakespeare suggests that we 'Condemn the fault and not the actor of it' if we wish to ensure that we do not punish the wrong person. All the monotheisms recommend that we make that distinction: human beings can judge acts, but only God is in a position to judge human beings. When human beings turn into judges, they invent not the hereafter on earth but hell. from jj_jamiu@yahoo.com

 

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Shah Naqshband on Fellowship

The Imam of the Naqshbandi Order said, "طريقتنا الصحبة والخير في الجمعية - Tariqatuna as-suhbah wa 'l-khayru fi 'l- jam`iyyah" - “Our way is fellowship, and the goodness is in the gathering”.

Definition of Fellowship:

1. The companionship of individuals in a pleasant atmosphere.

2. A close association of friends sharing similar interests.

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