A Spiritual Evening of Zikr (Meditation) and Discourse.

We are delighted to announce the visit of the venerable Spiritual Guide of the Naqshbandi Haqqani Sufi Order (Tariqat), Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Adil al-Haqqani, son and spiritual heir of the late Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Nazim Adil al-Haqqani.

Tuesday, 14th February 2017, prompt start at 7:00pm.

Al Miraj Banqueting Suite
11-29 Wordsworth Road (off Coventry Road)
Small Heath
Birmingham
B10 0ED

Free event, open to everyone of all faiths and backgrounds. No booking required.

Food and refreshments will be provided.

Please attend and invite your friends, also if you could distribute to help create awareness of the event. This will be much appreciated.

#MSMUK17

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Shaykh Nazim: Footballs, Turbans and Faith

“You may be walking down the street when a football hits you on your head, knocking off your turban. If you look back to see who hit you on the head with that football, you fall down from the level of real faith. Why did you look back?

Do you not know that the initial cause is your Lord, and that whoever kicked that ball at you is only a secondary cause? What do you have to do with a secondary cause when you know the origin of all causes?

If you are a real believer in your Lord, then why are you angry with that boy and looking back to see who struck you with that football, in order to quarrel with him and make trouble (fitna)?

If you continue walking, then there will be no quarrel, no fitna, no badness springing up; therefore, one of the main desirable results of being patient in the face of unliked things is that it promotes peace in the world among its people.

We must practice holding our tempers and being patient, for every time we are successful, the way of real faith is opened up to us.”

~ Mawlana Shaykh Nazim Adil al-Haqqani

(Mercy Oceans’ Hidden Treasures)

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