Kumpulan Hikmah Pancalaku (473)

PART FOUR HUNDRED SEVENTY THREE

 

Hikmah #4721

“Fasting of the stomach, ears, tongue, eyes

and mind make the self can control the ego.”

~ Wiyoso Hadi ( Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #4722

“Fasting of the heart make the self can empty

the heart from ego and anything else but God.”

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

 

Hikmah #4723

“Fasting of the soul make the self

can become egoless in God’s Will.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 1395H – )

 

“O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous.”

( Surat Al-Baqarah verse 183 )

 

Hikmah #4724

“The first one is the fasting of common

believers thru the month of Ramadan

and therefore it is said that it is one of

many openings to the way to become

egoless in the Will of God ( fanafillah ).”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 5, 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #4725

“The second one is the fasting of the ascetics.”

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

 

Hikmah #4726

“The third one is the fasting of the prophets,

the awliya Allah and the fasting of Maitreya.”

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

 

Hikmah #4727

“It takes eleven years for Maitreya

to master the fasting of the heart.”

~ Yos Hadi (Moharram 1395H – )

 

Hikmah #4728

“It takes twenty years for Maitreya

to master the fasting of the soul.”

~ Yos Hadi Wiyoso ( 1395AH – )

 

Hikmah #4729

“Maitreya started to try fasting of the heart

since a nine-year-old boy then in Germany

and promised to himself not to approach

any girl he likes until he could master the

fasting of the heart and fasting of the soul.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi (Moharram, 1395H – )

 

Hikmah #4730

“Without strong determination no one can

become egoless in God’s Will and the best

determination is loving God unconditionally.”

~ Yos Wiyoso Hadi (Moharram 1395AH – )

 

Jabir (Allah be pleased with him) narrates; “The Prophet of Allah (Allah bless him and grant him peace) returned from one of his battles, and thereupon told us, ‘You have arrived with an excellent arrival, you have come from al-jihad al-asghar (lesser jihad) to al-jihad al-akbar (greater jihad) – the striving of a servant (of Allah) against his ego.'”

[ As recorded by Imam Khatib al-Baghdadi in Tarikh Baghdad, Hafiz al-Daylami (Allah have mercy on him) in al-Firdaws and Imam al-Bayhaqi (Allah have mercy on him) in al-Zuhd al-Kabir. (Faydh al-Qadir, 4:511) ]

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