Kumpulan Hikmah Pancalaku (1161)

PART 1161


Hikmah #11601

“The calmness of saintly women can

be graded in 27 characteristic levels


The higher the level, then the calmer,

more patient and more forgiving is the

inborn character of that saintly woman.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


Hikmah #11602

“1st level: Zaynab binti Jahsh, wife of Nabi (s)

2nd level: Hafsah, 4th wife of Muhammad (s)

3rd level: Miryam, guarding sister of Moses

4th level: Rayhana, 10th wife of Rasul (saws)

5th level: Ramla, 9th wife of Muhammad (s)

6th level: Safiyya, 11th wife of Rasulullah (s)

7th level: Sarah, the first wife of Abraham

8th level: Rahmaa, the wife of Ayyub (Job)

9th level: Aisha, 3rd wife of Muhammad (s)

10th level: Hawa, the wife of father Adam


11th level: Maria al-Qibtiyya, wife of Nabi (s)

12th level: Sawda, 2nd wife of Muhammad (s)

13th level: Juwayriyya, wife of Muhammad (s)

14th level: Maymuna, wife of Muhammad (s)

15th level: Hannah, faithful mother of Samuel

16th level: Elisheva, wife of Aaron bin Amram

17th level: Tzipora, wife of Moses bin Amram

18th level: Keturah, the 3rd wife of Abraham

19th: Zaynab bint Khuzayma, wife of Nabi (s)

20th level: Asiya, the foster mother of Moses


21st level: Alyasabat, the wife of Zechariah

22nd level: Hind, 6th wife of Muhammad (s)

23rd level: Fatimah, daughter of Nabi (saws)

24th level: Anne/Hannah, mom of Maryam

25th level: Hagar, the mother of Ishmael

26th level: Khadijah, mother of Fatimah

27th level: Maryam, the mother of Jesus.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395AH – )


Hikmah #11603

“Tell me dear spiritual sisters and daughters

in which characters of virtuous women that

you strive strongly with full commitment to

become, that must also be in line with your

inborn inner potential, so that Wiyoso Hadi

will pray and bless you to become like them


The calmer, more patient, and much more

forgiving you are then the more supportive

are you in helping Wiyoso Hadi Kasanpuro

in building a better peaceful devout world.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


Hikmah #11604

“Remember that the calmer, more patient,

and much more forgiving you are, then the

more angels will help you with more helps


It is the Law of Heavenly Attraction


It is the secret of Enoch, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph,

Isaiah, Daniel, Buddha, Jesus and Yos Wiyoso

Hadi to become great, spiritually rich, and to

win through the best peaceful way as always.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395AH – )


Hikmah #11605

“Don’t speak about Peace if you still spread

religion through terror and war for there is

no compulsion in religion as Allah had said


Wiyoso Hadi Kasanpuro is a leader of Peace

and his community is a community of Peace.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


Hikmah #11606

“Once you have the calmness of Adam,

Isaac, Buddha, the Virgin Maryam, and

Jesus, you will be patient and forgiving

as much as Wiyoso Hadi Kasanpuro III


Calmness of the soul comes

from the Peace of the heart


Peace of the heart comes from free

from anger, worry, and sadness thru

silent istighfar until enters fanafillah


If you are in anger, worry, or sadness,

recite silent istighfar until you do feel

entire peace in your heart, mind, soul.”

~ Yos W Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


Hikmah #11607

“In his teenage years, Yos Wiyoso Hadi

was more aggressive in disciplining the

others like Moses, Joshua, Elijah were


It needs 25 years for Wiyoso Hadi to

become as calm and peaceful as now.”

~ Yos W Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


Hikmah #11608

“You can transform yourself entirely If

you have full dedication to transform.”

~ Yos W Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


Hikmah #11609

“The best peaceful way to transform

yourself to become a better, calmer,

peaceful type of yourself is through

silent dhikrullah especially istighfar.”

~ Yos Hadi ( Moharram 1395AH – )


Hikmah #11610

“If you do not know what to pray to

make your day much more blessed,

you may recite in your subtle heart

Al-Fatiha once, Al-Ikhlas thrice, and

finishes it with Salawat Ibrahimiya

when you are in need and worries.”         

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 1395AH – )


“Once during a journey the Prophet, peace be upon him, heard a group of Muslims supplicating aloud. Thereupon the Prophet, peace be upon him, said, “Give yourselves a respite, you are not calling upon someone deaf or absent. Surely He Whom you are calling upon is near you and He listens to all. He is nearer to you than the neck of your mount.”

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