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  • cultivation of the heart. "Sufism" has been defined as a type of knowledge by the great Muslim Sufi masters and schools of Sufism exist each tracing their
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  • Sufism has been defined as a type of knowledge by the great Sufi masters. Shaykh Ahmad Zarruq, a 15th century Sufi who wrote The Principles of Sufism
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  • Outline Introduction 5 Pillars Muslims Muhammad Qur'an Hadith Sunni Islam Sufism and Islamic Mysticism Salafism/Wahhabism Names of Allah Praying Introduction
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  • A scholar of kalam is referred to as a mutakallam. Main source: Sufism Sufism (Arabic: تصوف, taṣawwuf) is a mystic tradition of Islam based on the
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  • Indian medieval philosopher Adi Shankara. Sufism is the mystical branch of Islam. Baba upholds the school of Sufism known as Wahdat-ul-Wujood (Arabic: Literally
    13 KB (1,926 words) - 18:35, 3 September 2015
  • follows Ibn Bajja, and Ibn Tufayl is, in some major ways—esotericism and Sufism—indebted to Ibn Bajja, and because Averroes was a protégé of Ibn Tufayl
    16 KB (2,723 words) - 17:22, 23 January 2014
  • at least once in a lifetime. An important spiritual way of islam is the sufism. The New Age movement is a Western spiritual movement that developed in
    20 KB (2,941 words) - 15:45, 3 September 2015
  • (some,) (neo-)Platonism, Essenes from Jews to Christians (to Manichaeans, Sufism, Rosicrucianism, Theosophy) are Gnostic (capitalized.) However, gnosticism/epistemology
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  • distinctly mentioned in either the Qur'an or the Hadith; such practices include Sufism, a regionally-varying Islamic folk movement based on Islamic mysticism and
    70 KB (9,711 words) - 08:18, 2 May 2016
  • -false / on_account_of- "vok" 〕 cud' sufok' should suffocate 〔 cud' /+/ "suf" -false 〕 cud' vok' should call dev' blok' must block dev' provok' must
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  • for the success of Satyagraha. They are no hatred, just cause, accept self suf-fering, and prayers (Gandhi, 1948:61). Principle 2 embodies three of these
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  • lead to the same God. In 1866, Govinda Roy, a Hindu guru who practiced Sufism, initiated Ramakrishna into Islam. Ramakrishna said that he "devoutly repeated
    405 KB (70,118 words) - 00:58, 9 May 2016
  • enough 〔 "sufitc" -quantitative / "suf" -quantitative -grammatical_masculine 〕 〔 "sufitc" -abstract substantive / "suf" -abstract substantive -grammatical_masculine
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  • "fit" 〕 〔 "prof" -past_passive 〕 cud' sufitc' should be enough 〔 cud' /+/ "suf" -grammatical_masculine 〕 cud' tsit' should cite cud' tsit' should quote
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  • -potential / no,_not- "suf" -substantive -extreme -grammatical_masculine / no,_not- "sufitc" -substantive -extreme / no,_not- "suf" -substantive -extreme
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  • serv' should serve cud' sufer' should suffer 〔 cud' /+/ "sufe" -head / "suf" -element 〕 cud' suker' should add sugar 〔 cud' /+/ "suke" -head / "suk"
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  • -d SUF Degree Of Sufficiency 1 none at all; not…at all 2 way too little / woefully insufficient / way too few; not...anywhere enough / totally under-[+verb]
    118 KB (597 words) - 04:33, 15 May 2016
  • 〔 "sufer" -suggestive -decisive / "sufe" -suggestive -decisive -head / "suf" -suggestive -decisive -element 〕 suferu'u need to suffer sufitcu'u must
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  • "suf" -substantive -nominal_abstraction -extreme -grammatical_masculine / no,_not- "sufitc" -substantive -nominal_abstraction -extreme / no,_not- "suf"
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  • of a taste of enlightenment that one knows it is possible. In tasawwuf (Sufism) this is called "hal," or state. To reach the station, the maqaam, can take
    515 KB (91,170 words) - 23:49, 27 August 2015

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