muhaqqiq ("verifier" or "fully realised") 

For Ibn 'Arabī this represents the highest category of the people of God (rijāl Allāh), the primary characteristic of all saints and prophets. The muhaqqiq is one who realises the true nature of all things and acts in accordance with that vision. As the Prophet said, "give to everything that has a haqq its haqq": thus the realiser discerns the nature of each thing's truth or reality or rightful place (its haqq), and behaves towards it in the best and most appropriate manner.

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So all things appear in opposition, but to the wise they all work together and are not opposed. 

If we knew all that there was to know, and all ignorance was eliminated, we would be consumed and cease to be.

Therefore ignorance is a good thing, since through it this world continues to exist.

Knowledge is also desirable, for it leads to the awareness of God. Thus, each is a partner with the other, and all opposites are joined.

Night is the opposite of day, yet they are partners and both do the same work. If night lasted forever, our eyes would become dazzled and our brains would go insane.

Therefore we rest and sleep at night, and the brain, thought, hand and foot, hearing and sight, all gather strength. By day they expend these powers.

So all things appear in opposition, but to the wise they all work together and are not opposed.

— Rumi / Jalaluddin Muhammad Rumi

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We are under the control of Someone 

Every day undesirable and painful experiences happen to us without our freewill.

Certainly these things contain implicit messages in them beyond our creation.

We are under the control of Someone beyond, Someone that watches over.

With many, an evil act brings pain.

But despite these unwanted experiences, our nature does not want to accept the thought that we are under the control of another.

— Rumi / Jalaluddin Muhammad Rumi

student of action and student of words: 

The Amir said: “The root of the matter is action.”

Rumi said:

Where are such people of action, so that I can teach them action? But now look how you cock your ears, seeking after words instead of action.

If I were to stop speaking now, you would become upset. Become a seeker of action, so that I can show you action! I am looking all over the world for students of action so that I can teach action.

I am looking all over the world for anyone who knows action, but I find no student of action—only of words, and so I occupy myself with words.

What do you know of action? Action is only known through action. There is not one traveler upon this road—it is empty—so how will anyone see if we are on the true path of action?

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difference between the mystics and ordinary philosophers and theologians 

Another difference between the mystics and ordinary philosophers and theologians was that, instead of trying to convince the reader of the truth of their ideas through argument, the mystics insisted that anyone willing to undertake the appropriate spiritual disciplines and practices could discover it directly for themselves.

Thus, among Sufis (the mystics of Islam), seekers who reach the end of the path are called al-muhaqqiqun, which means “verifiers.”

This is because, as the thirteenth-century Sufi shaykh (master), Ibn al-`Arabi, declares, Knowledge of mystical states can only be had by actual experience, nor can the reason of man define it, nor arrive at any cognizing of it by deduction.

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You may have faith in your heart, but unless you share it through words, it is worth nothing.
— Rumi / Jalaluddin Muhammad Rumi

Jinn/Demons (Benevolent and Malevolent) 

Demons (Benevolent and Malevolent)

What does mean?

The original Greek word daimon does not carry negative connotations. The Greek conception of a daimōn notably appears in the works of Plato, where it describes the divine inspiration of Socrates.

In Christian writings the word was used to signify “pagan god” or “unclean spirit.” Much later, when the Bible was translated into Old English, “demon” was rendered as “devil.”

Demon - Daimon / Daemon; Greek Word of The Day Lost in Translation. greekerthanthegreeks.blogspot.

Greek words (mis)translated as Satan/Devil in the New Testament.

Daemons are benevolent or benign nature spirits, beings of the same nature as both mortals and deities, similar to ghosts, chthonic heroes, spirit guides, forces of nature, or the deities themselves (see Plato's Symposium).

In the first of his 1641 Meditations on First Philosophy, Descartes imagines that an evil demon, of "utmost power and cunning has employed all his energies in order to deceive me." In Meditation Three Descartes is going to establish not only that there is a God but that God is not a deceiver.

In thought experiments philosophers occasionally imagine entities with special abilities as a way to pose tough intellectual challenges or highlight apparent paradoxes. Examples include:

Some knowledge and information from in English language: "Pork" 

Why forbids eating pork?

Because curses are realities and according to Quran, apes and pigs are former human beings

Curse of God also makes "Zombies":

➡ This -
➡ That -

Understanding the two lives and two deaths in with reference to

(1) their "life-1" in this world as a human being.
(2) then "death-1" changed their form.
(3) then they live "life-2" in this world with the changed form.
(4) Then they die the "death-2" which is the "departure" from this world to the other world/realm.

So when God cursed some Satans from human beings:

• Some of them became "Apes".
• Some of them became "Pigs".
• Some of them became "Slaves of Taghūt".

That is why eating pork is forbidden in Quran.

Sheik Tirmidhi once said, “Saiyid Burhan alDin expounds truths so well because he has studied the books, secret writings and treatises of the masters.”

A Sufi answered, “But you study them as well. Why don’t you speak like he does?”

Tirmidhi replied, “Well, Burhan al-Din has also made great spiritual efforts and accomplishments.”

The Sufi said, “Why didn’t you say that in the first place? You only know how to repeat what you have read; that is the difference. But we are now speaking of something greater than books—you too can speak of that!”

— Rumi / Jalāluddīn Muhammad Rūmī

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Few care about the other world at all.

They have fixed their hearts upon this world entirely.

Some seek these teachings to eat the bread of God, some only to inspect the bread.

Still this is a good thing. God has sealed the eyes of some people so they can cultivate this present world. If no one were blind to the other world, this world would be empty. It is this blindness that gives rise to culture and progress.

So the cause and reason for civilization is blindness, and the cause of devastation is sight.

Those who run for the sake of the other World, they are truly seated. If they are seated for the sake of the present world, they are running.

— Rumi / Jalāluddīn Muhammad Rūmī

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Within people there is a longing and a desire such that, even if a hundred thousand worlds were theirs to own, still they would find no rest or comfort. They try every trade and craft, studying astronomy, medicine and every other subject, but they reach no completion, for they have not found their true desire.

All these pleasures and pursuits are like a ladder. The rungs of a ladder are not a place to make one’s home; they are for passing by. Fortunate are those who learn this. The long road becomes short for them, and they do not waste their lives upon the steps.

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God’s treasuries are many, and God’s sciences are many.

His pens are many, and that each one is loftier than the next.

God revealed this present world so that you could accept the other stages that lie ahead. He did not reveal it so that you would say, “This is all there is.” The masters of crafts demonstrate their abilities and arts so their apprentices will find faith in them, and will believe in the other arts they have not yet demonstrated.

— Rumi / Jalāluddīn Muhammad Rūmī

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It is stated that after Mohammed (pbuh) and the Prophets (pbut) revelation will not be sent down upon anyone else, but this is not true. This is why Mohammed (pbuh) said, “The believer sees with the Light of God.” When someone sees with God’s Light, they see all things, the first and last, the visible and invisible, for how can anything be hidden from God’s Light? If anything is hidden, then that is not God’s Light. Therefore this is revelation, whether they call it revelation or not. ____ Rumi / Jalāluddīn Muhammad Rūmī

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Difference between "Muhaddith/Muhaddis" and "Muhaddath/Muhaddas": 

♦ Muhaddith

"In describing the muhaddith , Al-Dhahabi raised the question, "Where is the knowledge of hadith, and where are its people?" Answering his own question, he said, "I am on the verge of not seeing them except engrossed in a book or under the soil." —

♦ Muhaddath/Muhaddas

They are from 'Mulhamun' Those who receive from 'al-Mulhim'

Plural form of Muhaddath/Muhaddas is Muhaddathun/Muhaddasoon

Muhaddasoon/Mulhamun after Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) are Messengers But they are not Prophets!

➡ Prophet is the "Messenger of Allah"
➡ Angels are all Prophets always ranked "Messengers of Allah"

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'Shake hands and rancour will disappear. Give presents to each other and love each other and enmity will disappear.' — Hadith:


"The Prophet ( ﷺ ) sent Mu`adh and Abu Musa to Yemen telling them. 'Treat the people with ease and don't be hard on them; give them glad tidings and don't fill them with aversion; and love each other, and don't differ."


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"The One through whom all righteousness, justice, and truth are revealed." 

Name of Allah الله:

♦ AL-HAQQ الحق (The Truth, The Reality, The Truly Existing)

The One who is the truth, the real, and the truly-existing.

The One whose essence is the only substance and the only reality.

The One whose essence is wisdom, justice, right, rightness.

The One who is just, right, proper, correct.

The One whose essence is unavoidable.

The One who acts in accord with the needs of every situation.

The One through whom all righteousness, justice, and truth are revealed.

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In all the world there is nothing more difficult than enduring the ridiculous. Suppose for instance that you have studied a certain book, corrected, amended, and fully recited it. Then someone sitting beside you reads the book all wrong. Can you endure that? No, it is impossible. However, if you never read the book, it makes no difference to you whether anyone reads it wrong or right—you cannot tell the difference. So, enduring the ridiculous is a great discipline.

— Rumi / Jalāluddīn Muhammad Rūmī

Knowingness is the perfect Sheikh. Inspired and true thoughts are His disciples ranked according God’s closeness to them. As each thought expands it comes nearer to knowingness and farther from doubt.

Errant and doubtful thoughts are the outcast disciples of the Sheikh of Knowingness. Every day they wander further from the truth, and fall deeper into darkness.

— Rumi / Jalāluddīn Muhammad Rūmī

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