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Quran and Hadith Qudsi on Remembering the Divine

Quran and Hadith Qudsi on Remembering the Divine
Photo: On September 7, 1954, Muslims visit the Kaaba, during a pilgrimage to Mecca.



Allah would make the burden light for you, for man was created weak.

(Quran, IV. 28)

'If a man is so occupied with recollecting Me that he forgets to pray to Me, I grant him a nobler gift than that which I accord to those who petition Me.'

(Prophet Muhammad ﷺ)




Recommended Reading:

'The Spiritual Writings of Amir Abd Al-Kader'
​By Michel Chodkiewicz


Behind 'Abd al-Kader's role of brilliant warrior lay another, that of spiritual master in the direct lineage of Ibn 'Arabi, the Shaikh al-Akbar (the greatest shaikh). The thirty-nine texts translated here were chosen because they represent the major themes of the teaching of 'Abd al-Kader. Many are commentaries on passages from the writings of Ibn 'Arabi. They offer a rare opportunity to share the illumination of a master writing from his own direct experience.



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