(Regarded as an important Salawat by Sheikh Effendi, recommending all those who can, to learn it by heart)
Allahumma salli 'ala sayyidina Muhammadin (O Allah! bless our master Muhammad) salatan tunjina bi-ha min jami'-l-ahwali wa-l-afat (so that by this prayer You will deliver us from all fears & evils) Wa taqdi lana biha min jami'-l-hajat (that you will satisfy all of our needs) Wa tutahiruna biha min jami'-s-sa'iyat (that You will cleanse us of all our impurities) Wa tarfa'una biha indaka al-ad-darajat (that You will raise us to the highest levels) Wa tuballighuna biha aqsa-l-ghayati min jami-l-khayrati (and that You will bring us to the ultimate of all goodness) fi-l-hayati wa ba'da-l-mamat (in this life and after death) --------------------------------- Subhan'Allah for The Mercy for all creation. Since there is No Limit to that Mercy How can there ever be a limit to our Love and our Praises? All of it is merely a drop in the Ocean... Ya Rabbi! Guide us to Love Him(ASWS), He, Who You Love, Ya Rabbi And as you have favored Him(ASWS) above all your creation Help us, Ya Rabbi, to favor Him(ASWS) above all else. Ya Rabbi help us to hold fast to His(ASWS) Sunnah Even if it is but One Because this will be the truest rope to salvage our blemished souls from the dark abyss of our sins Ameen, Ya Rabbul Alameen. For the sake of His Majesty, the Prophet(ASWS) our Sheikh Mevlana, Sultan ul Awliya (QS), and our Sheikh Effendi. Ameen Ya Rabbul Alameen.
Sheykh describes how to know the ones that Allah doesn’t love:
“The easiest way to know that, is the love of the Prophet (saw). Love of the prophets. Love those who love the Prophet (saw). It is very easy to understand then. You don’t have to go into details, – “This one is beloved and this one is not beloved. ”
Those who have a drop of love in their hearts for the Holy Prophet (alayhi salatu wa salam) or for any other prophets, it is a sign to us that we must try to have some communication with those. Those who don’t love Allah and His Prophet (saw), leave them.
They are not any good for you and not any good for me.”
– Sheikh Abdul Kerim al Hakkani al Kibrisi