His highness asked his Seekers if they had the answer of their question then. He said 'this is a very trivial example which you have seen. You have no power and capacity to endure an example higher than this'. He then ordered that 'go and take your bundle of wood. Previously you were a Majzoob Ibnul Waqt but from now on, you will be Saalik Abul Waqt and you will be able to enter and leave this condition at your will. Go and become busy in your job'. He left that place and made that person, the Arif Waasil and godly just by single Gaze!
How astonishing that these idols take away life by showing their attractiveness,
O Lord! You granted this ability to Your slaves besides this that You are God!
A Saint namely Hazrat Sultan Norang Rahmatullah Alaihi was one of his famous (Spiritual) Caliphs of his lifetime. He has been in his service and companionship since his childhood. He was a Blauch Khatraan of the community of the Town Wahwa of our homeland.
All of his life, he served Hazrat Sultan ul Arifeen Hazrat Sultan ul Faqar Hazrat Sultan Bahu May Allah Sanctify his Secret. It is said that once his highness went for travelling and sightseeing of the territory of Soon Skaisar, which was the native homeland of his forefathers. Sultan Norang was also with his highness. There is a fertile mountain known as Kallar Kahaar. On the first night of the Holy Ramadan, his highness sat in a cave on that mountain and engaged with Allah Almighty through Muraqiba. When the time of sun set approached, Hazrat Norang became worried that no one knows for how long his highness would remain in that state of Istaghraaq and how arrangements of their eating and drinking would be made in that uninhibited place. Hence, when the time of Iftaar came near, an Inwardly Muakal come down from the mountain and stood before Hazrat Norang in form of a deer bowing its head before him. He heard a Call from the Unseen that 'O Sultan Norang! Take your share from the horns of this deer'. Thus, he saw that on one of his horns was tied a serviette containing bread inside and on the other horn was tied a pot filled with milk.
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