Seekers and Mureedain were very fond to see his blessed face and they followed him wherever he went. If some Seeker of Selk Salook or some other needy person appealed for his Inwardly help and Spiritual assistance, he used to ask him if he knew the tomb of a certain Saint from case to case and if he said that he knew, he used advise him to go there as your Share of Azal is with that Saint. When that person went there, he delivered him to his desired Destination through his Inwardly Tawajuh and took himself out. That Seeker believed that his destination has been unlocked by that the Saint of that tomb where he was advised to visit. Sometimes, he said to some needy person that he should go to a certain tree, as under it lives the Spirit of a Perfect Saint and his Spirituality will do his needful. Thus, that person used to go under the tree as advised and he used to ease his case using his Inwardly powers. He has conducted the Beneficence in this way. One of his (spiritual) Caliphs, Dlair Muraali, says that 'once we were travelling through a village. Noise of beating and crying was coming from a house. He enquired the reason of this. Someone told that the only son of one of your Mureed has died and this morning and wailing is in his house. In the meantime, someone informed the mother of the boy who had died that her Murshid was passing by her street.
Hence, that mother fell in her feet crying and weeping in great agony that the lamp of her house had extinguished and the stake of her life has lost and she had no othe hope. Hazrat Faqeer felt pity on her with mercy and went inside her house and asked her where the dead body was. She escorted him to the place where her son's dead body was rested. She removed the cloth from his face and said that that was her son. Hazrat Faqeer held the ear of that boy and said 'O lad!' and the boy opened his eyes at once and started talking. He said 'O lady! Your son had not died but instead he had gone in deep unconsciousness because of high fever. Massage his head with butter after mixing some table salt in it'. Not only that house but the whole village was sad and a place of mourning on his death and after a little miracle of Hazrat Faqeer, the whole village became happy and place of celebration. Hazrat Faqeer quickly left that village and went to a jungle. All the accounts of the life of Hazrat Maulvi Gul Ahmed Sindhi look like those of Hazrat Esa Alaihis-Salaam because 'his step was on the footstep of Hazrat Esa Alaihis-Salaam and he was a Dervish of the Mashrib like Esa.
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