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How do you understand the effects of the words you speak?

Don’t speak. How are you going to know,
look, how are you going to know the effects of the food that you eat? People
tell you the food is harmful, no? How are you going to understand the effects
of that food? You fast, right? You fast, then you feel better. You break that fast
and you eat that junk food again, you know how you feel. Maybe if you just keep
on eating, eating, eating, eating, eating, eating and you don’t fast it doesn’t
have any effect on you, because your system is so used to it, you understand?
Your system is so used to it. You have to fast, some people. Some people they have
to fast a long time. Once you start fasting then you become more sensitive. You’ll be able to feel. That’s with the
food. Once you start fasting and then you take the junk food again, you say ‘I
cannot do this. Now I know.’ So the point is to empty yourself a little bit and
then you put something in, and then you look at it again. You have to empty
yourself. The whole point again is to empty yourself. It’s not to come full. You
have to empty, then you are going to know. So many people they come full and they
become fools to themselves, young and old, men and women. They become fools to
themselves, because the ego is thinking even if it’s small, one person, it’s standing
up as if it is the Lord, you understand? Whole world is looking and says ‘who are you?’
You see? Then I say we laugh at you. You’re going to become fool to yourself, because in
certain areas you cannot tolerate that, you understand? So now you are, how you
understand the words? Try not talking so much. How are you going to understand the
words? The tongue, how many times we repeat that Hadith? What is the Hadith? Prophet (AS) is saying ‘O my nation,
control these two things. If you take care of these two parts of your
body, then I will take you and lead you to Paradise myself.’ That is the part of
the body that’s between the jaws and between the thighs, your private
parts and your tongue. These are the two parts, especially in the 21st century,
people don’t know how to use, we use wrong. Correct or no? The fitnah from the tongue, the tongue
now it brought down empires. It brought down empires. That’s why in the way of Tarikat,
a lot of things you have to watch. You have to watch your eyes, you have to
watch your ears, you have to watch your tongue. You have to watch what is coming
out. People want to have this skill so that they become magicians. No, it is
not to become a magician. You have to know these skills so that you return
that speech, that power of speech back to Allah too. Everything has to return to
Allah. Everything belongs to Him, no? Your sight has to return to Allah,
your hearing has to return to Allah, your tongue has to return to Allah, your hands
have to return, your feet, everything has to return to Allah. Aren’t
all these things just shadows of that reality? Isn’t Allah the One Who sees?
Isn’t He the only One Who sees? Isn’t He the One Who speaks? Isn’t He the only One
Who speaks? Everything is coming from
Him and we have to return. How are we going
to return that to Him now? Nobody sits down, Tarikat becomes a game. Tarikat
becomes just ‘I feel nice, I feel high, so my station is high.’ In the
Naksibendi way it is to watch yourself. Tarikat, in this Tarikatul Aliyyah,
especially in the Osmanli Naksibendi way, it is to check yourself, to watch yourself.
Not to feel high, but to check. What did I say today? What did I look at today? What
did I listen today? What was my heart busy with today? That is Tafakkur. You
want to make yourself to become more sensitive to that, watch what you say. So
many of you you don’t know what you say, correct or no? Then they’re not going to
give you the secret then. Definitely you cannot carry it. What is
that secret? That when you speak, Allah is the One Who hears you, you understand?
Not people, not nonsense ones. The beloved ones they hear you. They sit and they
listen, because you don’t speak malayani. You speak for His sake. But this is
the job you have to do yourself. You cannot say to the Sheykh ‘now teach me
how to do it.’ They teach you, but like they say, what? You can bring a horse to
water, you can bring the horse to the water, but you cannot force it to drink.
The drinking the horse has to do himself. All these talks that we’re giving, if you
are just, by the time you finish the sohbet, you walk out and then you leave
everything and you just do the same thing to yourself, to
your friends, to your families, you are not putting everything together,
it has no effect. 40 years in front of the Sheykh, you didn’t take 4 steps then.
You think it’s a game because you think ‘it’s all about if I see some unveiling, if I
see some lights, if I see some this and I see some that.’ No. So many times in these
days, those things can fool you. So, watch your tongue. Aren’t we supposed to do that?
Aren’t Muslims already doing that once a year? At least once a year, one month in
the year. That is the meaning of fasting, you watch your tongue. And especially
people of Tarikat now, we must be aware. What are the first words I said today
with my tongue? Is it ‘what’s for breakfast’? Or cursing? Or complaining? Or saying the Shahadat, or giving Salams to our Sheykh?
Something. Do you need to be a genius or a saint to know this? No. Just to wake up a
little bit, to be interested a little bit, to have some passion a little bit. It’s
all there in front of you. You’re working, okay, you work. You finish working.
Especially in America you cannot say ‘I work 24 hours.’ People in Turkey, people in
different parts of the world, Pakistan, they can say they work
24 hours. Not us here. Three o’clock everything finishes, correct? Sit down.
What words come out from your mouth?
To be aware, and then you’re going to
calculate a little bit. Then that time, when you’re a little bit more aware, you
say ‘these words are better for me to use, these words they are not. These words help
people, these words are just emptiness.’ Anything that is malayani it takes
away your faith. It’s not that it’s malayani and it’s okay.
It takes away, it takes away light from you. Just like food, it’s food but it’s junk
food. It’s not only that after a while you eat and you feel sick, you feel not
so nice, but you’re actually not well, not healthy inside, you understand? It’s not
just a feeling, it is a reality. So everything has to return to Allah. We are
going to die. This is what the ayat is also saying in the Khutbah, he’s going to
make excuse but he will be witness to himself. Man will witness himself. You
don’t need the Angels to witness you, you don’t need other people to witness you,
you don’t need the saints or the Prophets or Allah you will witness to
yourself. That is the day when you cannot lie. You cannot lie. You say ‘no, I didn’t,’
your tongue is going to say ‘I did,’ your heart is going to say ‘I did,’ your hand is
going to say ‘I did,’ your feet is going to say ‘I did.’ Everything will witness against you.
In the Naksibendi way, we sit at least once a day you’re supposed to, in reality
it’s one hour a day, but 5 minutes a day, let alone 5 minutes a day, 5 minutes a week,
if any one of us sit down and watch and say astaghfirullah sincerely, by yourself in
your room, you don’t need nothing, you don’t need to recite nothing, you don’t need to
go up and down for nothing, nothing, just say ‘okay, I did that. That wasn’t so smart
of me. Astaghfirullah. I did that, shukr alhamdulillah. I said that too much,
that’s not necessary.’ You check yourself. You are bearing
witness to yourself. You are looking, you’re not giving any excuse, because
people, we’re giving so much excuses these days. Everything is an excuse,
especially living in the West. Everything is an excuse . Why you did this? Ah, because
of this, because of this. Somebody made this. Yes, you’re talking about the self-
blaming ego, that is a first step, where you blame yourself. They teach blaming
yourself here, in the West especially? No, they say blame other people, there’s no
blame, no blame, no shame. This is all very bad. It is not Islam. There are things
that you do that are good and it helps, there are things that you do, it is not so
good for you and for others. That has blame. And if you do that and you become
more arrogant, shame on you, because it causes harm to yourself and to others. People are not even trained, majority to
sit down like this and to listen to one man talk for half an hour, one hour and
not to say anything. They must say something, they must move
around, they must fidget, they must do something. They cannot just be
comfortable. But if you ask them, oh, they are the highest in tasawwuf
knowledge. So it’s become a game to people. So we must think. Man must think.
Allah is saying think. You must think, why don’t you think? This is for the thinking man.
Why I did that? Why I said that? When you come to the situation where, because
you’re doing it so much, you don’t have to wait til the end of the day to think
about it. Middle of the day you think about it. You don’t have to wait til the
middle of the day, as you’re doing it you think. You are saying, you think. You
become more awake where you’re stepping, watching where you’re stepping, you’re
more awake where your heart is, you’re more awake where you look at. Then if
you say too much, you know your heart is going to move and you say astaghfirullah,
it’s not really necessary. This is okay, this is not. Why do you think we travel like
that? I did not even allow people time to go to the bathroom. Just to make it to
be squeezed a little bit, so that you don’t have the luxury of doing anything
that you want to do also. You don’t have to, I’m not forcing you. But we have so
much luxury to do anything that we want to do, all the time. At least now, as
I said, 44 Maqams we visited. Is that possible in that space of time that
we’re doing that? No it’s not. It’s not possible if you’re one person to go just
like that, it’s not possible with 70 people to do that. But we did it. Not just 44 Maqams, we made ziyaret of
30,000 mukkades emanetler, the Holy Relics. 30,000 of them. It’s not possible
by this mind, it’s not possible by your understanding, but they can open it
because you are like that ant who is carrying one drop of water to take out
the fire of Nimrod, you understand? If Allah praising that ant with that one
drop of water that wants to take out the fire of Nimrod because it was set up to
burn Hz Ibrahim (AS), if Allah can praise that ant, why Allah is
not going to look at us with Mercy, that we are Hz Insan, that in our weakness,
we’re trying to do something to take out the fire of our ego. Especially
in this Ahir Zaman. Especially if you’re living in the West where there is
fire everywhere. But the thing is to try. You must. You cannot be arrogant and say
‘I’m not gonna try.’ You cannot be arrogant and say ‘I tried it, it doesn’t work. I’m
not going to.’ You must try. We speak about the sweetness of those
Holy lands, but understand this. That candy, say that lokma, that halwa,
to a person who is sick it is bitter. You understand? To the person who has not
eaten for seven days, that halwa becomes a manna from paradise. But it’s just halwa.
It is not the thing, it is man again. Yes, we speak about the Holy lands, the
sweetness of that, but if we are not ready, if we are not hungry, if we’re not
thirsty, there is nothing too. And there are people who live there, next to saints
and Sultans and Prophets, and it’s nothing to them. But it is something
for us, it is a sweetness for us because we want it. So the whole point is not
also where you are physically, there or here. It is whether you are thirsting for it
or not. Just like the people, everyone is loving to see the Baitullah, Mecca,
everyone is loving to see the Kaa’ba and you are advised, it’s sunnah to wave
at the Ka’aba, correct or not? To wave at it. I don’t know how the
Wahhabis think of that, waving at a stone. It’s not exactly shirik because you’re
not worshiping, you are just being friendly. And those that the whole lives they are
wishing to go there, and when they see, it is not their hands that’s waving, it is a
spirit that comes out. But for those people who live there, they will use the
Haram e-Sherif as a shortcut to get from this point to that poin instead of
circling around. So because we are thirsty here, we find it sweet over there.
So we must make our hearts to be thirsty for Allah. Has to be thirsty
for Allah. It has to be thirsty for the Prophet (AS). It has to be thirsty for the
Evliyaullah. If you make your heart to be full with
this dunya and then say ‘I’m thirsty for Allah,’ it’ll never work. It won’t. You
can be in the dunya, those who have to be, you have to be in the dunya, but you have
to know what they say. Yalan dunya. And then when the dunya fools you, like this
or like that, you say alhamdulillah. Allah is reminding me. Because I can get sucked
into the comfort of this dunya, but Allah is reminding me. Because if Allah doesn’t
love you, He’s not even going to give you a toothache, correct? How many people
believe this? Or they they get a tooth ache and they start complaining. I know
so many religious people, they say ‘oh ya Allah, why You give me a toothache?’
Astaghfirullah. And the level of tasawwuf,
to fight with Allah like that? Uff. So you must watch. That’s why in the
Naksibendi way, Hz Abu Bakr as-Siddiq he would go through certain kinds of
seclusion, and one of them wants to take a piece of stone, put it on his tongue, and
not speak. When it’s necessary, he takes it
out, he says something, and he puts it back. You don’t
have to imitate like that. Just watch what you’re saying, if it’s really necessary
not. Say something that is going to benefit you and others, or else keep
silent. Who keeps silent these days? People don’t keep silent. When they keep silent, (on their phones), what nonsense, correct? Sheytan is fooling.
Not even time, not even, any minute now they get very
nervous. Check yourself. One person takes out, the other person ‘oh, I have to take out.’
Another person ‘I have to take out.’ I swear to you, if I don’t have the work
that is here I would not. We went through that time in the Dergah, in the
early days too, Sheykh Effendi banned all computers and everything for a while. He did. And we
lived without, forcing ourselves to be busy with other things.
And then when it’s necessary to, and you remember that time, when you have to sit 5-10
minutes, you start feeling sick in your stomach. And you do, you feel sick when
you’re looking at your phone, after a certain time, no? What is making us to
keep on doing it? It is that addiction, it is that drug, it is that sheytanic influence
that is there. When it doesn’t become necessary anymore and you’re just addicted,
you just keep going and going. So insyaAllah, this is for people of understanding. If
you like it take it, you don’t like it, leave it. I’ll take it for myself. Wa minallahu taufiq, al Fatiha. Amin. Selam Aleykum.

2 thoughts on “How do you understand the effects of the words you speak?

  1. Are the major religious groups all ran and operated by alien inmate cheap labor able to produce bioengineered parasitic maggot's that infect and enslave human beings? With infected human beings puking those bioengineered alien parasitic maggot's out of their mouth's to force infect other humans and infected men have a bioengineered alien parasitic stinger that slip's out from inside their sexual organs to spread the bioengineered ALIEN parasitic maggot's has they gag strangle and brutally sodomize other humans behind closed doors to force infection that is called a forced conversion to a so called spiritual religious belief system? Is the speaker not a Jesuit convert loyal only to the Vatican? The brood of the widow of the candlestick maker a bioengineered parasitic rectum sucking maggot? Demonic possession?

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