Book Name:Pait ka Qufl e Madina
The great Shaykh then asked him, ‘Tell me, does your Nafs permit you to become a Muslim?’ He replied in the negative. The great Shaykh then said, ‘If it is prohibiting you from becoming a Muslim, then according to your principle, you should become a Muslim by opposing your Nafs.’
These effective words of the great Shaykh had such an intense impact on the heart of the pundit that he said spontaneously, ‘I repent of my unbelief and become a Muslim.’ He then recited the Kalimaĥ and became a Muslim.
اَلْـحَمْـدُ لـِلّٰـه عَزَّوَجَلَّ, the pundit cured Khuwājaĥ Niẓāmuddīn Auliyā رَحْمَةُ الـلّٰـهِ تَـعَـالٰی عَـلَيْـه physically and the Shaykh رَحْمَةُ الـلّٰـهِ تَـعَـالٰی عَـلَيْـه cured him spiritually in return. He cured the body of the great Shaykh and the great Shaykh cured his soul. He cured the external bodily illness of the great Shaykh, and the great Shaykh cured his inner illness of Kufr (unbelief).
صَلُّوۡا عَلَى الۡحَبِيۡب صَلَّى اللّٰهُ تَعَالٰى عَلٰى مُحَمَّد
Cancer of gums
In addition to decreasing the intake of food, those who are habitual consumers of tea and Pān (betel) should also reduce their consumption of the aforementioned items. Let it not be that you reduce the intake of food, but your Nafs begins to deceive you into consuming tea and Pān in excess. Tea is harmful to the kidneys. It is safer to give up the habit of eating Pān, lime and scented aniseed and betel nut. Those who constantly chomp on these items are prone to cancer of throat, gums and mouth. Due to the excessive use of Pān, the mouth becomes red and, if the gums begin to bleed or fill with pus, then this causes the blood and pus to go into the stomach unnoticed.