46. It is our conviction that Allah Ta’ala instructs us in consideration for our interests.
47. The Ahlullah know that Tahajjud is not Fardh, but practically they treat it is a Fardh.
48. Taking our weakness into consideration the Muta-akhireen (later Mashaaikh of Tasawwuf) have advised that Tahajjud be read at the time of Isha as a safety measure for perhaps one does not wake up and the omission bothers one.
49. Rasoolullah (Sallallahu alaihi wasallam) said that whoever has been given four things has been given the good of this world and the Aakhirah; a grateful heart, a tongue engaged in Zikr, an enduring body and a protecting wife.
50. An ‘enduring body’ refers to perfect Taa’at (obedience unto Allah Ta’ala).