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Chapter five

Concerning the blessedness of the invitation (calling towards Islam) of Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam


  1. The trees answered his call, prostrating.
  2. Walking towards him on shins (truck) without feet.
  3. It is though writing lines that were written.
  4. With their branches, calligraphically writing of his perfection.
  5. Like the cloud following him wherever he went.
  6. Sheltering him from the intense heat, (as that) of an oven in the blazing summer.
  7. I take an oath (of truth) by the moon that was split, it bears.
  8. A connection with his heart (which shows) the truth of my oath.
  9. What excellence qualities and noble deeds the cave contained (in it).
  10. While every eye (of the disbelievers) was blind him.
  11. The truth (sidq) and the true(siddique) in the cave were not seen (by the disbelievers).
  12. And they were satiny "There is no one in the cave".
  13. They thought a wild dove and a spider would not
  14. Lay an egg, or spin a web for the best of creation.
  15. The protection of Allah (made him) dispensed with double.
  16. From armours and high forts.
  17. Whenever time caused me any distress and I took refuge in him.
  18. I receive shelter from him which was not misused.
  19. I did not ask for the wealth of the two worlds from his hand.
  20. But I received a great gift the best hand that was ever kissed.
  21. Do not deny that his dreams are revelations (wahi), for verily his
  22. Heart does not sleep , when eyes sleep.
  23. And this was at (the period of) puberty of his prophethood.
  24. At that time dreams cannot be denied.
  25. Great are the blessings of Allah that wahi is nor earned.
  26. Nor was any Nabi accused (of lying when) giving knowledge of the unseen.
  27. His miracles are (completely) clear, not hidden from anyone.
  28. Without it justice cannot be established amongst people.
  29. How often has his hand granted freedom (cure) from disease by (his) touch.
  30. And set free the insane from the chains (fetters) of insanity.
  31. He revived the starving year (of famine) through his dua.
  32. Until it resembled a white spot on black times.
  33. By means of a cloud which rained so abundantly, you would think large rivers
  34. Gushing forth from the sea or like the torrential flood of Arim.