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Written By : Hazrat Dr. Zahurul Hassan Sharib Gudri Shah Baba

God is Love or Love is God
Love is one and Love is all


The book as its title suggests is a veritable mine of mysticism. The book deals with the life and sayings of the Holy Prophet Mohammed and of Hazrat Ali who is the fountainhead of Islamic Mysticism. It deals also with the life and sayings of twenty-two saints belonging as they do to the Chishti Order of the Sufis.


This little book is unique of its kind. The biographies of the muslim saints who stand as the most illustrious luminaries in the firmament of spiritualism have not so far been written in English nay even in the vernaculars the materials are but very meagre. The part the great saints have played in the spiritual evolution of mankind is unquestionably very great. The true notion of the unity of God in India as in other parts of the world was inculcated by them. The materialistic tendencies of the age may to a great extent be considered responsible for this neglect shown towards the benefactors of mankind. The truth contained in the saying, "Man does not live by bread alone" is as strong now as it was nineteen hundred years ago. People do still find solace for their distracted minds in the lives and sayings of the great saints. The sayings contained in the book are universal truths that do not change with the time. For a man possessed of a meditative turn of mind they are an inexhaustible store of spiritual food. Some of the sayings tersely expound the great pantheistic doctrine of Sufi-ism. The power of music on human passions is really great as shown in the forcible words of some of the sayings. It touches upon the most hidden springs of human soul. Harmony in sound makes him realize the harmony in the universe and that his "EGO" is a mere manifestation of one great being that pervades it. Great pains are taken in the collection of the sayings. Thanks are due to Mirza Abdul Majid, B. A. L. T., Headmaster, Hewett Muslim High School, Moradabad, for his carefully revising the book. In the end, I hope that the book will meet with the public approbation, which will constitute a true test of its merits. Dated 17th May 1929 Nurul Hasan (Rais, Hony. Magistrate, Moradabad.)


The book was first published bearing, the title, "Biographies and Sayings of the Holy Saints". The second edition of the book was long overdue. Now, the second edition of the book is being taken out with a slightly different title -namely “Biographies and Sayings of Chishti Saints”. There are no marked changes in the book except that brief chapters on Hazrat Khawaja Qutub Uddin Bakhtiar Kaki, Hazrat Baba Farid Uddin Ganj-E-Shaker, Hazrat Khawaja Nizam Uddin Aulia and on Hazrat Naseer Uddin Chiragh Delhi have been, added. Moreover, a few lines have been added in the chapter on Hazrat Nawab Gudri Shah Baba, thus bringing the book up-to-date. It is proposed to take out books in this series, relating to saints of different Sufi Orders. I may say, that Inam Hasan M. A. seems much enthusiastic about the publication of this and other books in this series. "Sharib House" Jhalra Ajmer, India Zahurul Hassan Sharib March, 1981 Hazrat Mohammad Mustafa, the prophet of God. His name is Mohammed Son of Abdullah Son of Abdul Muttalib Son of Hashim. His mother's name was Amena. He was born on Monday on the 12th of Rabiul-Awal early in the morning. When he was forty years old he received the message of God on Monday on the 8th of Rabiul-Awal. He left Mecca for Medina on Monday on the 27th of Safar. He stayed for ten years in Medina. He breathed his last on Monday on the 12th of Rabiul-Awal in the eleventh year of Hijrat. (Mohammadan Era is counted from the day when the Prophet left Medina). His mausoleum is at Medina. It is considered to be the most sacred place for Muslims.

Sayings of the Prophet

1. Live together like brethren but deal like strangers. 2. The best man is he, who is the first to salute. 3. Know thyself to know God. 4. I did not know God so well as it was my duty to know Him. 5. Oppress not, suffer not. 6. Be kind to women for they depend upon you. 7. Whatever is entrusted to you return it honestly to the owner. 8. Fortunate is he, who culls wisdom by others' actions. 9. Love the lover of God. Love God sincerely and never cease praying to Him. 10. Worship God alone and do not make His rival. 11. Love one another for God's sake. 12. Breach of promise is disliked by God. 13. Noblest amongst you is he who is the most pious. 14. Propagate Islam and feed the hungry. 15. There is but one God.

Syedna Ali Murtaza

His name is Ali. His popular titles are Abul Hasan, Abu Turab, Mushkil Kusha, Sher-e-khuda and Murtaza etc. He was the son of Abu Talib son of Hazrat Abdul Muttallib. His mother's name is Fatimah, daughter of Asad son of Hashim. He was the first believer in MOHAMMED, the Arabian Prophet. He became caliph in 35 or 36 Hijira. He was assassinated at the age of sixty-five after he had propagated the religion. His mausoleum is at Najaf-e-Ashraf.

1. A Dervish is a lover of God and the lover of God is sure to win the love of His creatures. 2. After dinner rest a while after supper walk a mile. 3. I know God through the frustration of my schemes….my intentions ever miscarried and the decrees of Providence triumphed. 4. Someone denied the existence of God and urged the futility of prayers; Hazrat Ali thereupon observed, "If on the day of Judgement we find that there is God I shall be gainer and you the loser; but, if there is no God even then may prayers will not entail any injurious effect". 5. The world is a place of enjoyment and pleasure for the sinners. 6. The world is like a carcass, the seekers after the wordly gains degrade their souls to associate with dogs.

Khawaja Hasan Basri

His name is Hasan. His popular titles are Abu Said and Abu Mohammed. His father's and mother's names are Abul Hasan and Khera respectively. He was born at holy Medina. He met one hundred thirty-three persons who had seen the Prophet. Hazrat Ali invested him with the robes of Khilafat as his spiritual successor. He breathed his last at the old age of eighty-nine in the month of Rajab 111 Hijira. He was buried at Basra.

1. Spiritual ecstasy is the index of heart. 2. Music, if indulged in purity of soul, leads to God, but if indulged for the gratification of carnal desires is a source of sinfulness. 3. The life of the commonality of people is on account of blood but that of the lovers is by the love of God and the very life and blood of the lovers is the love of God. 4. The common people live by bread alone, and the chosen ones by the love of God. Devotion is happiness and Oblivion is distress. The Devotee and the Oblivious are in no way comparable.

Hazrat Shaikh Abdul Wahid Son of Zaid

His name is Abdul Wahid and his father's name is Zaid. Khawaja Hasan Basri invested him with the robes of Khilafat as his spiritual successor . He was a very pious man and spent some forty years in the purification of his soul. He bade farewell to this world on the 27th of the month of Safar in 167 or 177 Hijira. He was buried at Basra.

1. A Dervish is he who is above the temptation of gold and delicacies, otherwise he is not worthy of the name. 2. The spiritual vigour and the mental food of the godly persons is the dictum, "There is none but GOD".

Khawaja Fuzail Son of Ayaz

He is known as Abu Ali Fuzail and Abu Faiz Fuzail also. He was born at Samarkhand and was brought up in Khorasan. He was nominated as the spiritual successor by Abdul Wahid. He was well versed in the knowledge of Tafseer (Commentary) and Hadees (muslim Traditions). He passed away from this world on the 3rd of Rabiul- Awal in 187 Hijira. His tomb is at Mecca, near Khadejetul Kubra's grave.

1. One who hates solitude and loves society is devoid of the peace of mind. 2. Man must live a life of resignation, all our joys and sorrows are from Him and so we must be reconciled with our lot. 3. True religion is wisdom, and wisdom is humbleness, and humbleness is contentment. 4. It is true contentment that a Dervish must not expect anything from any of his fellowman, but from GOD. 5. The lover of God is he whose serenity is unaffected by public breath.

Khawaja Sultan Ibraheem Son of Adham of Balakh

His name is Ibraheem. He is also known as Abu Ishaq. His ancestors are Adham, Suleiman, Manssor, Nasir of Balakh Faruqi. He belongs to the royal dynasty of Balaq. He gave up the throne and became a Dervish. He went to sacred Mecca. He was the spiritual successor of Fuzail son of Ayaz. He breathed his last in 261 Hijira. He was buried near Hazrat LOOT in Syria. People hold different opinions about the date of his death and the place where he was buried.

1. Open one thing and shut up another. Open thy purse in the way of God and shut up the tongue except to the worship of God. 2. Think thy wife to be a widow and thy children to be orphans. Roll on the dust like dogs so that thou mayst have a right to sit among the Dervishes. 3. Patiently starve to death. Questioned, who would be responsible for blood? Replied, He, who imposed starvation.

Hazrat Khawaja Sadeeduddin Khadeefa Marashee

He was pious in life, an author of many books and a great religious reformer. He was the spiritual successor of Hazrat Ibraheem son of Adham of Balakh. He breathed his last on the 24th of Shawal in 256 Hijira. He was buried at Basra.

1. He is truly sincere who is the same inwardly and outwardly.

Hazrat Khawaja Abee Hubera Basree

He is the spiritual successor of Khawaja Sadeeduddin. He lived on his honest earnings. He never accepted any gifts or presents from the rich. He passed away from this world at the age of one hundred and twenty or one hundred and thirty on the 7th or 8th of Shawal in 287 Hijira. He was buried at Basra.

1. It is unbecoming for a Dervish to feast at the rich man's table. 2. A Dervish must be stranger to all and must ever be rapt in meditation. He should neither be flattered by praises nor mortified by public slander. 3. A Dervish must shun riches but must gladly suffer hardship and privations.

Hazrat Shaikh Mumshad Uloo Denoori

He was the successor of Khawaja Aminuddin. He was famous for his piety and sanctity. Throughout his life he took nothing in the daytime, even when a baby he would not drink his mother's milk in the day. He was born in Denoor near Baghdad. He was brought up in Baghdad. He breathed his last on the 14th of Moharram in 299 Hijira. His burial place is not known. It is probable that he was buried at Baghdad.

1. Music reveals divine mysteries to them alone who are considered to be worthy of it. The superficial observer hears but the words of the musicians while the rapturist is carried away by the divine strains in them.

Hazrat Khawaja Abu Ishaq Shami Chishti

His name is Abu Ishaq and his native place is Syria but he lived in Chisht. He is known as Chishti and he is the founder of the Chishti dynasty. At first Hazrat Abu Ishaq came into contact with Hazrat Khawaja Mumshad Uloo Denoori the latter asked the name of the former. He answered that his name was Abu Ishaq Shami. Hazrat Mumshad Uloo Denoori told him that he would be called by the name of Abu Ishaq Chishti. Having nominated him as his spiritual successor he sent him to Chisht a town in Khorasan. From that day his followers are called, "CHISHTIES". He passed away from this world on the 14th of Rabius-Sani in 343 Hijira.

1. Starvation excels all in its bliss. 2. The wordly people are impure while the Dervishes are pure in souls. Two different natures cannot, therefore, mingle.

Hazrat Shaikh Abu Ahmad Chishti

He is the spiritual successor of Khawaja Abu Ishaq Chishti. He did not sleep for thirty years and was absorbed in meditation. He breathed his last on the 3rd of Jamadeus-Sani at the age of ninety-five in 356 Hijira. He was buried at Chisht.

1. Fire does not affect the true believer in God.

Hazrat Shaikh Abu Mohammad Chishti

He was invested with the robes of spiritual Khilafat as his successor by his father, Khawaja Abu Ahmad Chishti. He passed away from this word on the 4th of Rabi-us-Sani at the age of seventy in 409 Hijira.

1. Cherish music to enlighten your heart. 2. Indulgence in divine music for a moment is as prolific as the penitence for hundreds of years; but the wordly people do not realise it.

Hazrat Khawaja Abu Yusuf Chishti

He is a true Syed. He was invested with the robes of spiritual Khilafat as his successor by his maternal uncle, Khawaja Abu Mohammad Chishti. After the death of Khawaja Abu Mohammad Chishti, he became his successor. He nominated his eldest son as his successor. He breathed his last on the 3rd of Rajab at the age of eighty-four in 459 Hijira. He was buried at Chisht.

1. Indulgence in divine music achieves more than long enduring penitence.

Hazrat Khawaja Moudood Chishti

He had learnt the Quran by heart and could recite it very melodiously at the age of seven. Afterwards he learnt other things. When he was only twenty-six years old his father's life came to an end. According to the will of his father he became his successor. He was the first to salute others and used to stand out of respect to others. He is famous for his hospitality. He was kind to his servants. He bade farewell to this world in the month of Rajab at the age of ninety-seven in 533 Hijira. He was buried at Chisht.

1. The lover of the divine music is stranger to the outside world but is friend to God. 2. The mysteries of divine music are inexplicable; one who reveals them is liable to punishment.

Hazrat Shaikh Hajee Shareef Zindanee

He led a life of strict seclusion for forty years and hated society. He used to live on the leaves of trees. He passed away from this world on the 10th of Rajab at the age of one hundred and twenty in 612 Hijira. He was buried at Zindana.

1. Riches are the enemies of a Dervish; they are to be shunned.

Hazrat Khawaja Usman Harooni

He was the true successor of Haji Shareef Zindani and is the spiritual guide of Hazrat Khawaja Moin Uddin Chishti Sanjree of Ajmer. He was born at Haroon. He was a great traveller. He passed the last days of his life in Mecca and there breathed his last on the 5th of Shawal in 603 Hijira and was buried there.

1. The lover of God should be charitable like the river, generous like the sun, and hospitable like the earth. 2. Suitable company is essential for the proper enjoyment of music, Hazrat Jonaid refrained from music for lack of suitable company while Shaikh Shibli, his disciple, finding a suitable company, took to music and joined the music party at Khawaja Abu Ishaq' s place. 3. Music is divine mystery. It is neither known to everyone nor to be explained to everyone. 4. A true believer is he, who cherishes music, illness and death, and he will be the recipient of divine favour.

Hazrat Khawaja Moin Uddin Hasan of Sanjar Chishti

His father's name was Khawaja Syed Ghiyasuddin of Sanjar. After the death of his father, Gharib Nawaz distributed the inherited property among the poor and devoted himself to God. He learnt the Quran in Bukhar and Samarqand. Afterwards he became a follower of Khawaja Usman of Haroon. Just after his becoming the spiritual successor of Khawaja Usman Harooni he came to India to propagate truth. His paternal home was at Sanjar. He was born in Sanjar, but was brought up in Khorasan; and came to AJMER (India) where he lived. He breathed his last on the 6th of Rajab at the, age of one hundred and two, in 632 Hijira. He was buried at Ajmer. Thousands of people visit his Dargah annually to receive blessings. He is known as King of India, Gharib Nawaz, Khawaja Sahab and Rahmat-e-Hind etc.

1. There are, at all times, hundreds of the chosen people of God, who live in obscurity. Think not the world devoid of saints. 2. He alone knows God, who lives in seclusion and does not profess to be pious. 3. Let not your physical body alone move round the Ka'aba. A pious man is he, whose heart is ever moving round the Ka'aba and the abode of God. 4. A pious man is ever steeped in the love of God. If he stands it is out of God's love, if he sits, he is busy in prayers; when he sleeps his thoughts are fixed on Him and when he awakes His memory is fresh in mind. 5. A pious man is he whose heart is stranger to all love but that of God. 6. A true lover of God is he whose morning is unacquainted with his nightly words and deeds. His meditation must be so deep to dispel every memory of the past. 7. The rivers are boisterous before they join the ocean, but when they do so they are becalmed for ever.

Hazrat Khawaja Qutub Uddin Bakhtiar Kaki

He is the son of Syed Moosa; He was born at Osh in 569 A.D. His father died, when he was still an infant. He is a spiritual disciple, premier Caliph and spiritual successor of Hazrat Khawaja Moin Uddin Hasan Chishti, better known as Khawaja Gharib Nawaz. He had two sons. He was an author and a poet too. He died, when he was participating in a music concert on the 14th of Rabiul-Awwal in 633 A.D. His tomb is situated in Mehrauli, New Delhi.

1. The practice of sleeping less, talking less, eating less and mixing with people less is necessary for a person who is desirous of attaining perfection. 2. A perfect person does not disclose the secret of Friend. 3. Whosoever reached the place of Reality, did so by the beauty of action. 4. The claimant of love, who makes complaint in time of trouble, is, no doubt, a pretender, a liar and a hypocrite.

Hazrat Baba Farid-Uddin Masud, Ganj-e-Shakar

He is the son of Jamal Uddin Sulaiman. He was born in 569 A.H. He is invoked by his title – "Ganj-e-Shakar". He is the spiritual successor of Hazrat Khawaja Qutub Uddin Bakhtiar Kaki. He had four wives, five sons and three daughters. He breathed his last on the 5th of Moharram in 670 A.H. His tomb is situated in Pak Pattan (West Punjab, Pakistan).

1. Perseverance is, indeed, a virtue, which characterises the way of the saints. 2. Fast is a secret between an individual and God Almighty. 3. Saint-hood implies Contentment. 4. Love becomes perfect by Remembrance of God. 5. Planning is trouble, and submission is safety, indeed.

Hazrat Khawaja Nizam Uddin Aulia

He is the son of Khawaja Syed Ahmed. He was born on the 27th of Safar in 636 A.H. He is the spiritual successor of Hazrat Baba Farid Uddin Masud, Ganj-e-Shakar. He is invoked by his title "Mehboob-E-Ilahi" which means "Beloved of God". He died on the 18th of Rabi-Us Sani in 725 A.H. His tomb is situated in a locality, called Nizam Uddin (New Delhi).

1. A Dervish should be unmindful of joy and sorrow. 2. A person should repose his trust in God and God alone. 3. Renunciation of the world implies real wisdom.

Hazrat Khawaja Naseer Uddin Chiragh Delhi

He is the son of Shaikh Yahya. He is the spiritual successor of Hazrat Khawaja Nizam Uddin Aulia. He is known as "Chiragh of Delhi", "Lamp of Delhi". He breathed his last on the 18th of Ramzan in 757 A.H. He lies buried in Delhi.

1. The true disciple is one, who acts according to the dictates of his spiritual teacher and guide. 2. What is required in all things is sincere intention. 3. He, indeed, is a real Dervish, who does not disclose his need to any one, though, he may be forced to face starvation.

Hazrat Syed Malik Mohammad Alam Moeeni Khanjar Walay better known As Saeen Gudri Shah Baba

His birth place is Kubke (Punjab) India, which is also called Khabaki in Shahpura district (Punjab). His father's name was Malik Shair Mohammed Khan who had acquired considerable estate during the sikh rule. As he grew up his father breathed his last and he went into the jungles. He lived in the company of Moazzam Shah Sahab who was buried at Sialkot. He often visited many sacred places on foot. Afterwards he used to live in Ajmer. He was a true Syed. He passed away from this world on the 10th Ramzan in 1327 Hijira. It is said that he died at the age of one hundred and twenty five years. He was buried at Ajmer near the Chillah of Gharib Nawaz (a subterranean cave and the first abode of Gharib Nawaz on his arrival at Ajmer, it is considered to be a very holy place by all people. Thousands of people come from all parts of India to visit this cave).

1. Overcome the devil of inordinate appetites, so that you may be worthy to receive the blessings of God. 2. Acquaint thyself with the divine secret and bid farewell to thy rosary. 3. Whatever belongs to a Dervish is for the good of all.

Hazrat Abdur Raheem Shah Sahab Moeeni better known as Qazi Gudree Shah Baba

He is the spiritual successor of Hazrat Saeen Gudri Shah Baba. His family members were the old residents of the district Bijnor (U.P. India). His father's name was Shaikh Ali Baksh. He lived in district Kashipur. He was brought up under the guardianship of his father in Meranpura. When he was about twenty-seven years old he came to Ajmer all alone. For a long time he stayed at different places. In Ajmer he felt the pangs of penury. He went to Saeen Ji to serve. He served Saeen Ji for about twenty or twenty-five years. After the death of Saeen Ji he devoted himself of (or to) philantropic services for sixteen or seventeen years. At last he expired on the 5th of Shawal at the age of sixty-four in 1344 Hijira. He was buried at Ajmer in the Chillah of Gharib Nawaz.

1. We must not compel a Dervish of (or?) a musician to do our bidding. 2. Love is silence and not words. 3. When a man sacrifices all in the way of God, he gets it back through His favour, even more. 4. The teachings of a spiritual guide are alike to all his disciples but their natures differ. 5. Patience and Humbleness are two essentials of a Dervish, who is without them is not a Dervish. 6. Beauty and Love are all-pervading. 7. Fidelity is stern stuff. 8. It is not Dervishi to wear long hair or coloured clothes but it is concerned with purification of heart. It is the same as to put on courtly dresses without knowing courtly etiquettes. 9. Sincerity makes prayers effective. 10. A man should be honest in his dealings even if it be between the father and the son. 11. Temporal affaires are accomplished by external means while the spiritual affairs are accomplished by internal means. 12. A secret thing should be done secretly. 13. Man is he who does good to others, for otherwise even the beasts gratify their natural appetites. 14. Human miseries are not from God but man himself is their cause. 15. Man achieves something only when he dies before his physical death. 16. Change in habitual behavior is the source of pain. 17. Behave towards others as becomes their rank. 18. Our own friend, friend's friend and the enemy's enemy is a friend. Our own enemy, our friend's enemy and the enemy's friend is an enemy. 19. Everyone is endowed with the power of influencing others. 20. It matters not to us if one comes out of the tavern or the mosque. 21. Good and evil are objective qualities. 22. All arrows shoot but at one target. All creeds adore but one deity. 23. Do not take everyone into thy confidence because the friend today may become thy foe tomorrow. 24. Companionship breeds mutual regard. 25. A Dervish is tongue-tied. 26. When even the Prophets and God Himself have been the victim of public censure we should not be mortified if people speak ill of us. 27. Let thy gifts be the best of what thou has't. 28. All secrets are not to be confided to every bosom. 29. Love is above all speech. 30. A Dervish is wedded to God. 31. God alone is the creed of a Dervish. 32. Be contented with the poor cheer and be not tempted by others' delicacies. 33. Mind your own business. 34. As you sow, so will, you reap. 35. A Dervish yields to no allurement and his passions are under his control. 36. Egotism is self-centered. 37. Precarious livelihood makes a confused mind. 38. A Dervish must retire from this shifting scene of world after he has fulfilled the object of his creation.

Mohammad Khadim Hasan Moeeni Gudri Shahi better known as Nawab Sahab Or Nawab Sahib Baba

He is the spiritual successor of Qazi Gudri Shah Baba. He was born at Moradabad in 1894. His father's name is Khan Sahib Munshi Mazhar Hnsan. He was a wealthy man of Moradabad. When he was only fifteen years old his father breathed his last in the year 1909. He received his education in the Government High School, Moradabad, and passed his Entrance Examination in 1914. After this he joined the M.C. College Allahabad, but circumstances did not permit him to continue his studies further. He was married to the daughter of Nawab Khawaja Mohammad Khan Sahib Jagirdar of Dholpur State. He used to come with his father-in-law to Ajmer on the occasion of the Urs of Khawaja Gharib Nawaz. Qazi Gudri Shah Baba was a friend of Nawab Khawaja Qazi Sahib. As the years rolled on, the relations between Qazi Sahib and him grew closer. He paid occasional visits to Qazi Sahib, at last Qazi Sahib bade farewell to this world. He then settled in Ajmer. He fell ill in September, 1970. He breathed his last on 29th of November, 1970 at Agra. His remains were brought to Ajmer and buried at Usmani Chilla. He is better known by his title of Nawab Gudri Shah Baba. He has written many books "Moin Ul Arwah" is his masterpiece. He was an inspired poet. His poetic nickname was "Khadim".

1. Discard formal to cultivate true love. 2. Annihilate the thought of mortality to gain everlasting existence. 3. The lover and the beloved are the manifestations of Divine love. 4. It is true attainment to curb one's desires. 5. Communion and Separation are mere desires but a Lover is above them. 6. Either there is no definite destination in love or my love bears no fruit. 7. Between the lover and the beloved, love, between God and man, prayers, and between the qualifying and the qualified thing, personality, are the uniting links. 8. Real love defies all understanding. 9. Silence is goodness and Speech is evil. 10. As non-existence comes into existence, in the same way existence becomes non- existence. Its beginning and its end are a mystery. 11. Speech is concerned with outward teachings while Silence is inward influence. 12. True love is above the good and the evil. 13. Formal love is the means to end and it serves no purpose after the goal is once achieved. 14. True desire is never gratified and true love is above all desires. 15. Self-forgetfulness is unaffected by separation and communion. 16. Every particle of dust is the manifestation of its Creator. 17. The treasure which the people seek in creation is manifest in every particle of dust. 18. True love is the obliteration of all base desires. 19. When the lover loses his individual existence and becomes one with the beloved, the partition of formal love is demolished and both become the same. 20. Particles make up the Universe but in truth the entire Universe is no more than a particle. 21. Different faiths are meant for preserving peace but now people disturb it under the cloak of religion. 22. Good and Evil are the posthumous memories of Dead. 23. From unit to limitless counting limit are the counting numbers. If you put aside this numbering you may be able to understand the secret of one in all and all in love. 24. Nothingness is a thing in itself. If both of these are discarded the reality is discovered. 25. Love is defective unless the lover and the beloved mingle their natures into one. 26. Love requires no guide. 27. Human desires breed all unpleasantness when once curbed the world becomes a peaceful abode. 28. By bringing non-existence into existence, existence becomes non-existence. 29. Material Beauty and Love are perishable while the Spiritual Beauty and Love are imperishable. 30. Beauty and True Love are the same. 31. True love is free from motives; and lust is another name for motives. 32. Laws govern those who are subject to space and time. 33. As light cannot exist without darkness, similarly virtue cannot be exalted without vice. 34. Love is an all comprehensive cause. 35. A Dervish is a friend of God and a friend's friend is a friend; so one who becomes a friend of a Dervish becomes a friend of God. 36. Love is a path which serves no purpose after the destination is reached. 37. Love is one and Love is all.