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      ABDUL WAHID OSMAN BELAL
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      Subject: [Serenity Fountain] VISITING AN ILL PERSON

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      30 September 2012 / 14 Dhu’l-qa’da 1433

      VISITING AN ILL PERSON


      Sayyid Abdulhakim bin Mustafa Arwasi ‘rahmatullahi alaih’says in his booklet Safar-i-akhirat:

          Visitors to an ill person must not stay very long. Even if they are people loved by the ill person, they must leave early. If an ill person asks, they must stay a little longer and, asking for permission after awhile, they must leave if he does not ask them to stay. It is not right not tolet anyone enter a seriously ill person’s room. Pious people must enter theroom and stay there long enough to say the Sura [1] Ikhlas once, even if the ill person does not want them to. You should not deprive the ill person with the excuse that the doctor said that no one must see him or talk to him. Pious people must enter his room and recite the Sura Yasin-i-sharif. It would be useful even to say it secretly.

          People with an ill person must not say exciting things that may worsen his illness; they must not tell stories or start conversationson such topics as newspapers, property, trade, politics and governments.

          The person on his death bed must eat what is halal [2]. As far as possible, he must eat things prepared after saying the Basmala [3] and other prayers by vigilant-hearted people who have ablution.

          People with an ill person must tell religious tales andquote the words of the Awliya [4], of savants, and of pious sages. They must elevate his love for these people. Talking about the Awliya-i-kiram‘rahmatullahi ta’ala ’alaihim ajma’in’ causes Allah’s compassion.

          When the symptoms of death are seen, children, people who are junub [5], and menstruating women must not be allowed into his room. Great care must be taken not to leave any pictures in the room, nor even in the house. Some savants or pious sages must be with him and try to get him to say the Kalima-i-tawhid without forcing him. He must not be oppressed to say it; those who are with him must say it loud enough to let him hear, but he must not be annoyed. If he says it once he need not be coached to say it again. If he saysother things, he must be reminded to say the Kalima-i-tawhid (saying "La ilaha illallah") once more. That is, his last word must be the Kalima-i-tawhid. It is sunna [6] for those who are with him to have him say, “la ilaha illallah,” once without forcing him. It ispreferrable for those who will remind him to say the Kalima-i-tawhid not to behis adversaries or inheritors. If no others are available his inheritors can do it.

      GLOSSARY
      [1] suura(t): a Qur’anic chapter [a chapter of the Qur’an].
      [2] halal: (act, thing) permitted in Islam.
      [3] basmala: the phrase “Bismi’illahi ‘r-rahmani ‘r-rahim” (In the Name of Allahu ta’ala the Compassionate, the Merciful).
      [4] awliya: (pl. of Wali) a person loved by Allahu ta’ala.
      [5] Junub: i) a person who needs a ghusl ablution. What causes a person to become junub is prescribed by Islam. İi) state of a Muslim needing ablution of his whole body (needing a ghusl).
      [6] sunnat: i) act, thing that was, though not commanded by Allahu ta’ala, done and liked by the Prophet (‘alaihi ‘s-salam) as an ‘ibada (there is thawab if done, but no sin if omitted, yet it causes sin if continually omitted and disbelief if disliked; the Sunna; i) (with fard) all the sunnas as a whole; ii) (with the Book or Qur’an al-karim) the Hadith ash-sharif; iii) (alone) fiqh, Islam.


      The destination of a man who hurts his neighbours with his speech is Hell, even if he prays much, fasts much, gives alms much. But, if he doesn’t hurt his neighbours with his speech, the place for him to be sent will be Paradise, though he may pray little, fast little, and give little alms.
      Hadith-i sharif


      'One should carefully choose whom to love, and share the love accordingly'

      'What is important is whom you are with, not who you are.'

      'Kalam-i kibar, kibar-i kalamast.'

      (The words of the superiors are the superior words.)

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