"The next thing in the attainment of the inner life
is to seek a spiritual
Someone whom a man can absolutely trust and have every
Someone to whom one can look
up to, one who is in sympathy.
which would culminate in what is called devotion.
If once he has found
someone in life that he considers his Guru, his Murshad, his guide, then he
should give him all confidence.
On the path of perfection,
all things must be done fully." - Hazrat Inayat
To make disciples of; to convert with knowledge or
embraces and assists in spreading the teachings of another.
of a scholar or teacher; an adherent to doctrine.
Naqshband was visited by a group of seekers.
The seekers found him in
his courtyard, surrounded by disciples, in the midst of revelation.
Some of the newcomers said: 'How obnoxious - this is no way to behave!'
The seekers tried to remonstrate with the Sufi Master.
'This seems to us excellent - we like this kind of teaching, and
wish to take part in it.'
Yet others said:
'We are partly
perplexed and wish to know more
about this puzzle.'
The remainder said to one another:
may be some wisdom in this, but whether we should ask about it or not we do not
Bahauddin Naqshband sent them all away.
in conversation and
Even those who did not allude to
the experience directly were affected by it, and
their speech and works reflected
their beliefs about it.
Some time later certain members of this
party again passed that way.
They called upon the Bahauddin Naqshband.
As the seekers stood at the door and peered in they saw within the
courtyard Bahauddin Naqshband and his disciples deep in
'This is better,' thought a seeker, 'for he has learned from our
'This is excellent,' said others, 'for
last time he was only testing
'This is too somber,' said others, 'for we can find long faces
And, of course, there were other opinions, voiced and
The Sufi Master, when
the time of
reflection was over, sent all seekers away.
Later some returned and
sought interpretation of their
They presented themselves at the gateway, and looked
into the courtyard.
Bahauddin Naqshband sat there, alone, neither
reveling nor in meditation.
His disciples had vanished and were now
nowhere to be seen.
"You may at last hear the whole story he said, for
I have been able to dismiss my pupils, since the task is complete. When you
first came, that class of mine had been too serious - I was in process of
applying the corrective. The second time you came,
they had been too gay -
I was applying the
When a man is working, he does not always explain his
self to casual visitors, however interested the visitors may think themselves
to be. When an action is in progress, what counts is
the correct operation of
that action. Under these circumstances, external evaluation becomes a
acolyte an altar attendant in public
any attendant, assistant, or follower
Church: highest-ranking member of the four minor orders
servile flatterer; fawning parasite
a person who acts obsequiously
toward someone important for gain
yes-man, bootlicker, brown-noser,
toady, flatterer, flunky, lackey, doormat, stooge, cringer,
to instruct in
moral principles with
a partisan or ideological point of view
to implant by repeated statement or admonition; persistently and
to cause or influence (someone) to accept an idea or feeling;
(something) upon the mind of another by frequent repetition
(others) by frequent instruction or repetition; indoctrinate
Those few individuals that
are unable to reject the Call to serve the Creator.
Luminaries by the schisms
created when pointing out hypocrisy.
the current 'cutting-edge exegesis' of
Luminaries reject the acceptance of
superstitions and beliefs.
In the past many luminaries of Æon were
dealt with in harsh ways.
Many were "put to the question"
during multiple Inquisitions.
Jesus the Tannaim,
Muhammad ibn 'Abdullāh,
Meister Johannes Eckhart von
Hochheim, William of
Ockham, Teresa Sanchez de
Cepeda y Ahumada, Juan de Yepes Alvarez,
Benedict de Spinoza,
Henry David Thoreau,
Ralph Waldo Emerson,
Aldous Leonard Huxley,
Pierre Teilhard de
Chardin, Ray Bradbury,
Martin Luther King Jr.,
saints, saviors and
Ptolemy I succeeds Alexander
III of Macedonia and assumes the traditional title of Pharaoh.
Ptolemy I Soter I promotes Serapis
while adding Hellenistic overtones.
Emperor Diocletian declares himself
Jupiter Optimus Maximus
Soter, the Father of Rome.
Garcia, the first person born on the Indian subcontinent to attain sainthood,
hailed from a village in Vasai near Mumbai.
Born in 1557 documents in
the Lisbon Archives (ANTT) describe him as "natural de Agaçaim" (a
resident of Agashi village) in Bassein.
His mother, an inhabitant of
Konkan, his father a Portuguese soldier.
Modern scholars, such as Gense
and Conti, feel Gonsalo's mother was a native of Bassein.
is one of the Twenty-Six Martyrs of Japan, Catholic missionaries
executed by crucifixion on February 5, 1597, at Nagasaki.
At the end of
the 16th century there were as many as 300,000 Catholics but competition
between the missions, political difficulty between Spain and
Portugal, and factions within the
government of Japan led to the crucifixion.
By 1630, Catholicism had
been driven underground.
When Christian missionaries returned to Japan
250 years later, they found a community of "hidden Catholics" that had survived
community that grew to 12,000 members in by 1945 was incinerated at 11:02 a.m.
on August 9, 1945 by Fat Man and an all Christian bomber
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