My students asked me about Jinns
They asked me about Satan
They asked me about the Iblis
They asked me about Qarin
They asked me about Dewa & Dewi
They asked me about the Sihr (black magic)
They asked me about Ruqyah
They asked me about the Kebatinan in Gayong
They asked me about the Roh (soul)
They asked me about the Sufi's healing and Zikr
They asked me about Imam Mahdi (pbuh)
They asked me about Dajjal
They asked me about Yakjud and Makjud
They asked me about the great Zulqarnain
Students will ask their teacher, because their job is to learn.
A teacher will answer them with his best knowledge, wisdom and opinions, because this is his job!
But when it comes too deep and too specific...
A better answer is "I don't know". "WaAllahua'lam". "Go ask Mr. X because he knows better than me"
This will let a student further his searching more everywhere.
But a teacher also must be a really good student.
He must have been too.
Being a teacher does not mean he's not a student anymore.
Learning is from the cradle to the tomb.
Those who thinks he is the master, he is still a student. But those who thinks that he's still a student, he is a true Master.
When we talk too much, we miss the training. When there's too much information, there will be less practical. The information is important, so that we do not walk in blind. But what is the goodness of a bright sight, while both legs are so weak to walk.
So must balance both of the side.
Roh akan mati tanpa Ilmu.
Ilmu akan mati tanpa Amalan.
Amalan akan mati tanpa Ikhlas.