Sufism is a way of life in which a deeper identity is discovered and lived. This deeper identity, beyond the already known personality, is in harmony with all that exists. This deeper identity, or essential self, has abilities of awareness, action, creativity and love that are far beyond the abilities of the superficial personality. Eventually it is understood that these abilities belong to a greater life and being which we individualize in our own unique way while never being separate from it. Continue Reading
This Series of Article is translated from the book “Where is Allah?” which was written by As Sheikh A.Abdur Rauf Misbaahee.
There are four sects of muslims to answer the above question.
- The first sect emphasizes that Allah is on the Arsh.
- The Second sect says that Allah is in both Straw and Pillar
- Another sect enunciates that Allah is everywhere (Omnipresent)
- The Last one says that they do not have think where Allah is and it’s not necessary to know about it.
Among the above four sects the first ones are called “Wahhabis” swered ones. The Second ones are also called the swerved ones since they follow the Hulool & Ethihad theory.
The third ones are called Muwahhideens (Followers of Sunna’h wal Jama’ah doctrine) since they are in right path knowing the almighty through proper way.
The forth sects are known as wretches since they don’t want to know the name of their dad and their embryo.