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 Some Essential Realities.

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Abu Fauzi
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PostSubject: Some Essential Realities.   Sun Apr 01, 2012 7:31 pm

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In the field of Sufism and/or Tazkiyat-nafs, Renunciation, acceptance, satisfaction and patience are 4 essential realities. He who does not have these in him is not of the people of the Path of God. The essential reality of renunciation is to restore the (one's choice) choice to God, making one's own choice disappear. Acceptance is to submit obediently to what He has chosen for you: good fortune or misfortune, whether you like it or not.
To do something gladly is satisfaction, one of the states of acceptance. The essential reality of patience is to prevent the soul from complaining: he who moans, is no longer patient; he who whines, complains.
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