One thing that I consider necessary to bring to your notice is lack of discipline and submission. No doubt we look very disciplined people when compared with other organisations, but when we look at the standard required by Islam, and on the other hand, the difficult task before us, we really find our discipline far below the mark.
You are fully aware that you are very few in number with still fewer resources at your command in the field. The task before you is to change, in its form and spirit, the whole system of life based on impiety and ignorance, which is a thousand times stronger and resourceful. Compare yourself in number or resources you are no match to it. There' is nothing with you to bank upon for achieving success in this struggle except moral superiority and strict discipline. You can succeed in your great mission only when you establish your moral credibility and demonstrate such a discipline and organisation that you may be able to show your strength any moment an d at any place with full confidence.
In a party striving for the establishment of the Islamic way of life, obedience to the lawful commands of the party authorities is in fact in submission to Allah and the Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him). Whosoever contributes his time and energy to this mission for Allah's (Glorified and Exalted be He) sake only, and who submits to the authority of his party chief (Ameer) in order to serve the cause of Allah, obeys Allah (Glorified and Exalted be He) and the Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him), The greater the attachment to Allah (Glorified and Exalted be He) and the Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him), the stronger is the spirit of obedience in him. Similarly the lesser the attachment the weaker is the spirit of obedience. Which sacrifice can be more valuable than that offered by you while obeying a person who has otherwise no authority over you, but you have accepted him as your Chief (Ameer) only to work for the sake of Allah (Glorified and Exalted be He) and you carry out his orders without any grudge like a loyal subordinate, even though his orders may sometimes go against your wishes and interest.
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