Fatwa: # 19692
Category: Character & Morals
Country: South Africa
Date: 5th January 2012


Ahsanul Qasas (beautiful incidents) from the lives of our pious predecessors no.5


Malfooz : There is no cure for an ignorant person


Hazrat mentioned that someone once wrote him a letter asking him to give them some zikr. Hazrat replied that they should read Qasdus Sabeel. The person replied that he has read it but he doesn’t understand. Hazrat told him to ask someone who understands it to explain it to him. He ignorantly replied that I don’t consider anyone but Allah to have the ability to make me understand.

Hazrat mentioned: what cure is there for a person who has such a bad understanding and lack of intelligence?

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The Messenger of Allah said, "When Allah wishes good for someone, He bestows upon him the understanding of Deen."
[Al-Bukhari and Muslim]