In 1898, in MGA’s book, “Najm ul Huda”, MGA admitted that he was hated my his father and elder brother since he was lazy and ate opium all day and refused to work. Thus, MGA’s god caused MGA’s father (Mirza Ghulam Murtaza)(died at age 85) to die as well as MGA’s elder brother Mirza Ghulam Qadir (who died at roughly age 50). In fact, during MGA’s childhood, MGA’s father repeatedly called MGA a girlie-man. MGA’s father would not allow MGA to raise his own children. MGA was a momma’s boy, his mom would repeatedly save MGA and make sure that MGA never had to work. In 1864, MGA was sent to pickup his father’s pension money and squandered it all. This was the worst thing that MGA had ever done, he was thus punished by being forced to work in Sialkot in the courts and specifically to never see his mother again (who was blamed or MGA’s being useless and lazy). MGA’s mother died in 1868, after she died, a messenger was sent to Sialkot to bring MGA home, thus MGA’s punishment was complete, MGA even missed the funeral.
From the 2018 online edition of Tadhkirah
“””I had, by nature, a retiring disposition and did not take happily to meeting people, which bore heavily on me. My father was disappointed in me because of this and considered that I was like a guest in the house requiring only board and lodging and realized that I preferred to be left alone and was not happy in the company of people. He admonished me sharply over this and counselled me, day and night, openly and in secret, to try to make material progress and directed my attention to worldly attractions, but I was being drawn very strongly towards God. My brother was like my father in these matters and he also treated me in the same way. Allah the Almighty caused both of them to die, and did not prolong their lives and He revealed to me that:
[Arabic] This is the way it should have been, so that those who bear animosity to you may be
removed and you should not be hurt by their remonstrance.”””
Mention me – mention – Brother Maher Abdul Majid Baig in a post that shows the level of Mirza’s morals or what is the Lord of Mirza.
So what did the Lord of Mirza say to him?
Referring to the original version of the Najm Al-Huda book, which is in Arabic and Urdu at the same time, as in the attached pictures, I found that Mirza Ghulam Qadiani used the expression “Kal Mikhar”, and it was not translated by Al-Ahmadi Abdul-Mu’men Tahir Hindi for the ticket book.
I searched 6 Arabic dictionaries like the Arabic language, but I did not find the meaning of the word.
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