In the Name of Allah, The Most Gracious, Ever Merciful.
Love for All, Hatred for None.
A Brief History of Ahmadiyya Movement In Islam|
Once he was having a discussion with his younger brother Mirza Bashir Ahmad. The topic of discussion was what was more valuable - wealth, or knowledge? The Promised Messiah (AS) was sitting close by listening to their discussion, startled by their views, he at once admonished them:
“My dear children neither wealth nor knowledge is valuable, what is most valuable is the bountiful mercy and grace of God Almighty. Without God's mercy both can be harmful”.During the lifetime of Hadhrat Ahmad (AS), his burning desire was to serve the cause of Islam to the best of his ability. At seventeen he became member of the Sadr Anjuman. He founded an association “Tasheez al-Azhan” in March 1906 and later published a quarterly magazine by the same name. Thus he gained written as well as verbal skills which proved profoundly useful for the Jamaat. Hadhrat Maulana Noor al-Din, Khalifat al-Masih the First, took him under his tutelage at a very young age. Thus he studied the Holy Quran, books of Hadith and Masnavi Maulavi Roomee from Hadhrat Maulana. He benefited tremendously from his pious companionship. At the Jalsa Salana this year he delivered his maiden speech.