A Muslim doesn’t cheat, either in the world or in religion. Keep Allāh’s Orders. Don’t change to please people or to follow imagination. Karāmāt are not obligatory. A friend is one who speaks truly.
Real Islām Is Ṭarīqah
Jul14 2016 Turkish 19min
All the fitnah in the Muslim world today is caused by a handful of bad scholars, who, perhaps without knowing, are following shayṭān. Ṭarīqah, especially the Naqshbandīyyah, will correct the situation just as S. Abū Bakr (ra) corrected the Arabs who strayed after the passing of the Prophet (sas).
Allāh's Order Is for Everybody
Jul13 2016 Turkish 16min
Allāh’s order is for everybody the same, even for the Prophet (sas). It is obligatory to learn and important to teach. You can’t follow your ego and teach what pleases people if it is not correct. There are no exceptions.
The Way of Happiness
Jul12 2016 Turkish 13min
Ṭarīqah shows people the way of happiness, which comes by accepting that all things are from Allāh and that there is wisdom behind them. Liked and disliked things come equally from Allāh and if we have patience we will learn and be at peace.
Life Is like a Play (6:32)
Jul10 2016 Turkish 15min
All our life is the same, like a play repeating over and over. The non-believer is bored because he is aimless. The believer, however, is always happy because each day is an opportunity to come closer to his Lord and he is thankful for all he has.
An Exalted Character (68:4)
Jul09 2016 Turkish 15min
The Prophet (sas) was created with a perfect nature. There is a proper way to behave towards all of creation. He showed the perfect way, for friends, for enemies, for animals, for the earth. Follow him to be of the people of Paradise.
Don't Be Angry
Jul08 2016 Turkish 22min
When asked for advice the Prophet (sas) repeated “Don’t be angry”. To control anger is very difficult but can be learned slowly. There are only two reasons for righteous anger, to help the oppressed and to defend Allāh’s order. S. Abū Bakr was an example of this.
The Six Days of Shawwāl
Jul07 2016 Turkish 11min
Every month has its speciality. Shawwāl is hard. To fast the six days after one day of ‘Īd is sunnah and added to Ramaḍān it counts like a year of fasting. It takes away all sin.
Jul06 2016 Turkish 4min
We must be happy with these days. Allāh is happy with them and they are from his generosity, which is for the next world. Be happy all days.
The Holy Feasts
Jul05 2016 Turkish 15min
There are two holy ‘Īdayn (feasts) that are gifts from Allāh. Allāh is happy with the people and sends them rewards. The people of today say they are Muslim but they don’t show respect for the Prophet (sas) and they will be asked about this.
Ziyārah Mawlānā Sheikh Nazim
Jul05 2016 16min
Ziyārah Ḥājjah Amīnah Sulṭān
Jul05 2016 17min
Gift from Allāh
Jul04 2016 Turkish 15min
Only fasting people know the gifts Allāh gives at the end of the day. The happiness is not just for eating and drinking. Allāh is happy with them and sends His Angels with gifts. No suffering is empty for the believer. Their is a reward for all.
The End of Ramaḍān
Jul03 2016 Turkish 15min
‘Īd can be determined by calculation or by moon sighting. Don’t follow your ego or your opinion or you will be lost. Be at rest and follow the decision of those in authority in the country where you live, be with the jamā‘ah.
The Heart of the Believer
Jul02 2016 Turkish 14min
The Prophet (sas) said that the heart is the most important part of a human being. If it is good the rest is good. A believer wishes only good, light, and mercy for others. Non-believers are dark and miserable and they wish misery for others.
Jul01 2016 Turkish 15min
Laylatu l-Qadr is the night the Qur’ān descended from Lawḥu l-Maḥfūẓ. It occurs one night of the year but which night is a secret. Usually it is in the last 10 nights of Ramaḍān, often the 27th night. The Prophet (sas) said it is good to be awake and praying this night and to ask for forgiveness and for health.
The Celebration of Laylatu l-Qadr
Jul01 2016 38min
The Secret of Success
Jun30 2016 Turkish 10min
Mawlānā said that the secret to success is to always move forward slowly. Don’t take on more than you can carry and then get fed up. In both material and spiritual matters take it slowly but steadily and persevere.