Vurisar Send to a friend. For it is a tribulation whose period is long, whose station endures and whose sufferers are given no respite. This personal prayer differs from the alternative liturgical prayer of salat. Who perfecteth all bounties and Who wardeth off all misfortunes!
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O He, whose satisfaction is quickly achieved! Forgive him who owns nothing but supplication For You do what You will O He whose Name is a remedy, And whose remembrance is a cure, And whose obedience is wealth! Have mercy upon him whose main wealth is hopefulness And whose weapon is weeping! This appeal, or invocation may be one calling for blessings or evil. This personal prayer differs from the alternative liturgical prayer of salat.
Muslims practice salat, a fixed vocal prayer, regularly for the five prayers of the day. The outcome that God suffices, will always produce a greater benefit to all, rather than to that of the individual. A distinction is often made, however, between fixed predetermination, kada, suspended predetermination and universal determinism. Lastly, the view of universal determinism claims that the granting of a prayer is a direct result of terrestrial dispositions in accordance with celestial causes, thus through the laws of the macrocosm.
Through the negation of personal desires and attributes, a Muslim may strengthen ones relationship with God through the guidance and imitation of a trained companion of God. The practice of teaching and guiding Muslims in faith has been carried down for multiple generations. For it is the duty of all possessing the knowledge to pass it on, thus supplications were recorded for annual public occasions and inward prayer alike.
Commentary On Kumayl Supplication
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