Rhymer Rhymer

Gold Star - 20,259 Points (03.02.1967 / DHAKA Tangail, BANGLADESH)

No Problem For Waasila To Man - Poem by Rhymer Rhymer

Ask for something to a Wali:
It is not shirk/comparison with god, to ask for something to the friends of Allah

As Allah himself said, a moomin's hand is my hand, a moomin's leg is my leg and when he asks for something to me; i cannot avoid;
So, if an ordinary person asks for something to a wali/moomin/friend of Allah; it is similar with asking to Allah

we ask mum for food and mum gives it and i take;
But the owner of the food is Allah and he is giving it too;
process is, mom is cooking by her hand with hardship and a waasila/medium;

and usually we ask for food to a mom;
we never directly ask for food to Allah who is the real owner;
Let's the wali are acting as mom did; so what?
when you ask for something to a wali; then and then he pleads to Allah for the thing;
And Allah cannot drop the matter of his favorite person;

WE directly can ask for something to Allah
but we have not reached to the point to be granted;
That's why we search a waasila

(collected the iDEA))

This is a translation of the poem মানুষের কাছে ওছিলা করতে বাধা নেই/ Manusher Kase Osila Korte Badha Nei by Rhymer Rhymer

Topic(s) of this poem: reasoning

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 17, 2019

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