21
The hearts of the Awliya are enlightened with the Nur
(effulgence) of Allah

22
The Dua of one's Shaikh (for one) is by the permission of Allah

23
The Dua of one's Shaikh is an indication of the Fadhl
(special graces) of Allah Ta'ala upon one

24
Never reject the words or advises of one's Murshid
(spiritual guide)

25
Hold the conviction that the error of my Shaikh is better than my rectitude

26
The fruit of silence is Najaat (salvation)

27
Do not speak much (i.e. unnecessary speech)

28
Always uphold the practice of Mujaahadah (fighting base and evil desires)

29
The reality of Mujaahadah is to oppose the Nafs

30
The need for Mujaahadah exists for all times

31
Eat well, sleep well, meet (socialize) less, speak less

32
Weigh your words (carefully) before you speak

33
Keep this thought very firmly in mind (at all times): 
My Allah Ta'ala is pleased with me, my Nabi K]  is pleased with me, my Shaikh is pleased with me. You will never experience decline

34
There are two Usul (principles) to observe in life:
Sabr (tolerance) and Shukr (gratitude)

35
There are two powerful formulas to avoid harm:
Istighfaar (repentance) and Isti'aazah (seeking of protection from Allah)

36
It is the combined experience and finding of thousands of wise men that to increase acquaintances and friendships is detrimental to oneself

37
Abstain from the companionship of Hakeems and (worldly) poets;  There is apprehension of harm to one's Imaan and wealth

38
Love Khalwah (privacy and solitude)

39
Association should (only) be with the
Awliya (pious persons)

40
Following the commands, abstaining from the prohibitions and remaining steadfast on ma'moolaat (devotional practices) is  a clear sign
of advancement and progress

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