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True Sabr is to give up committing sins.

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True Shukr is to regard one's self not worthy of a single Ni'mah (favour)

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Protection (of one's favours) is attained through Shukr

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A Shaakir (truly grateful person) is a Mutawaadi (humble person)

65
A Saabir (patient person) is a Mutawakkil (reliant person)

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A Zaahid (ascetic person) is a Qaani' (content person)

67
The summary of Imaan is perfect Taqwa (piety)

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The summary of Islam is perfect Tawaadhu' (humility)

69
The outcome and result of Durood (salutation on the Nabi K]) is the following of the Sunnah

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The result of following the Sunnah is the
intercession of Rasulullah K]

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The jewel of the love of Sahaabah (Radiyallhu-anhum) is the perfection in attaining Hidaayah (guidance)

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The love of the Awliya is the means to acquire the love of Allah Ta'ala

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The person who is the beloved of the Awliya is
close to Allah Ta'ala

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Sitting in the company of the Awliya is like being in  the presence of Allah

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To be pleased with the decree of Allah Ta'ala from one's heart is to acquire the stage of Ridha (Allah’s pleasure)

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To give up one's schemes and to have conviction in the wisdom of Allah's doings is Tafweedh (true resignation)

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Opposing the Nafs and engaging in abundance of Zikr is the road to Fanaa (annihilation of one's self)

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To acquire steadfastness on Akhlaaqe- Hamidah is to
acquire Baqaa (permanence in one’s spiritual stages)

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A true and sincere Mureed (disciple) is very eager for the spreading of the Silsilah (spiritual order)
of his Shaikh

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Curbing the urges of Nafs causes Tama' (greed) to diminish

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