People like to believe
In all sorts of conspiracies of evil,
But they find it awfully hard
To believe in conspiracies of good.
Spirituality & Religion. For over 100 years, and perhaps more, the role of the Sufis and the Sufi Shaykhs have been sidelined in a overt push against spiritualism in religion. The funny thing is that this has been done with the open support of many clerics and religious people. You would think that religious-ity = spirituality. But it is not so, although it used to be for the longest time in Islam. To a large degree, the religion of Islam has been secularized. And not in a good way.
|They may not look like much as conspirators, but they are|
as good as they come.
Disbelief and forgetfulness. But because of Wahabi-Salafi's distortion in spiritual training, re-writing of history and general malice towards everyone that opposes their way, not many Muslims now even feel connected to the Sufi shaykhs. So while these Muslims will go to great lengths in researching and exploring the terrible conspiracies of evil (Freemasonry, Illuminati... etc), they somehow cannot believe that God and the Prophet has not left this world unattended, and equal and greater than the conspiracy of evil is the conspiracy of good, inspired by the Prophet and led by the Shaykhs of the Path (Tariqa) - Servants of the Inner Essence and Meaning, and Masters of the World of Forms.
I am not complaining, you know. Belief in the Tariqa and the Shaykhs is not an electable option. It is not actually a choice. Our fates have been entwined before we ever breath our first.
Have a beautiful day, sunshine. May Love bring us closer together, regardless of the faith we may be dressed in at this very moment.
wa min Allah at-taufiq
Hate has no place in Islam
Love will show the Way