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Neka su nam lica obasjana i srca čista!

U ovom Suhbahu punom općih savjeta, Mevlana se dotiče fakultetskog obrazovanja, slobodnog miješanja spolova, prednosti ranog vjenčavanja, kao i milosti za žene domaćice. Takođe je dao detaljne upute za traženje zaštite noću, sa posebnim savjetima za stanovnike Istanbula. Mevlana je takođe prisutne podučio i moćnoj dovi koja je uvijek uslišana, a koja rezultira ozarenim licima, čistim srcima i čašću božanske prisutnosti. Continue reading

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13 Chapters of Good Advice (Part 2)

In this Summary, Maulana gives simple yet clear advice on looking after the poor, holding Spiritual gatherings for the general public, about refraining from allowing youngsters out after Maghrib, to avoid staying in crowded and congested cities, to teach our children practical skills with their hands to earn their livelihoods, to marry quickly, advice concerning families and their womenfolk, and the need to set up a central fund called Baitul Mal to help less fortunate members of the community. Continue reading

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Higher education doesn’t always lead you higher: 16th December 2010

Maulana tackles the thorny issue of people who spend many years pursuing higher education. He explains the need for Muslims to seek out jobs that are in demand – even though these may be the blue-collar, less glamorous avenues of employment. Honour in Islam is in seeking halal rizq; there is no greater honour in being a lawyer, as compared to working as a plumber, yet people nowadays shun such manual jobs, due to pride and ignorance. What is the point of being an unemployed graduate? So much that is taught in University today is irrelevant and of no benefit to society. Maulana has three interesting suggestion for graduates of this type of knowledge. Continue reading

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