Bawa Muhaiyaddeen Fellowship


Bawa Muhaiyaddeen Fellowship
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5820 Overbrook Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19131
(215) 879-6300
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Muhammad Raheem Bawa Muhaiyaddeen (Ral.) said, "Develop your determination to the state in which your sheikh is firmly entrenched within you. That is all you need, the rest will follow. This is not magic, it is not a mantra. If you slip back one foot the guru retreats six feet. Be steady on the path; if you fall back three feet, he will slip away double the distance. If he is walking ahead of you, follow him. He is the leader. Hold on to him and follow straight behind him. Suppose he walks one way and you turn to look at something in the other direction, by the time you turn back he will be gone. You might see something entertaining and be distracted. You look, then suddenly you remember and turn back to the guru, but he is gone, vanished. He is a light which has gone far away. In the end, you have neither the guru nor what distracted you. Maya has vanished and so has the guru, the light. The sheikh will not be here forever, he has a destination calling him. If you hold on to him firmly, you might reach the same place he is destined for. The Tree That Fell To The West- pg.149

Muhammad Raheem Bawqa Muhaiyaddeen (Ral.) said, "Do not fight holy wars, seeking to kill other creations of Allah because of their religions. Fight a holy war to destroy religious hatred within yourself. That will bring glory to the inner religion spoken of by Allah and the Rasulullah (Sal.)" The Golden Words of a Sufi Sheikh -pg.223

Muhammad Raheem Bawa Muhaiyaddeen (Ral.) said, "The Light of Alläh, the Light of God, will save you. God will give you paradise. This is a world of darkness, but God’s world also exists. His is a world of grace and a world of Light. We must leave the world of darkness, birth, and death, and let that kingdom of God’s grace and love grow. We must have peace and perfect justice. We must practice patience, sabür, inner patience, shukür, contentment, tawakkul, trust in God, and al-hamdu lilläh, giving all praise to God. We must keep God in our heart always. When we belong to God, difficulties will naturally confront us, worldly difficulties will oppress us. Sorrows come readily to the followers of God, but do not allow any room for them. Make room only for His duty, His justice, and His truth. This is the way to conduct your life." My Love You My Children: 101 Stories for Children of All Ages, p. 9

Muhammad Raheem Bawa Muhaiyaddeen (Ral.) said, "The radiant Power in the center is Alläh. And the lights you see emerging from Him are His qualities and His duties and actions, or wiläyät. They rule all the universes in this world and the next. My grandchildren, you must make your wisdom, qualities, and good conduct disappear into that resplendence. You must seek only to surrender to that Light. Your one thought must be, “Accept me.” A Mystical Journey, p. 82

Muhammad Raheem Bawa Muhaiyaddeen (Ral.) said, "First, it is your duty to complete whatever you have to do. You cannot put the shroud of death, kafan, on yourself at the end; put it on at the beginning. You cannot bury yourself after you have died; prepare your burial before you die. You cannot judge yourself later on; make the judgment on yourself before that. Do not think that judgment day will come later; understand and make your own judgment. Before you die, you should understand what kind of house belongs to you. Understand these matters. With understanding, complete the work that has to be done, and having done that work, be ready at all times. Then your journey will be easy." To Die Before Death: A Sufi Way of Life, p. 203