As was mentioned: It is a miracle that we have the details including the names of the Prophet’s (ﷺ) horses, his weapons, his clothes, etc. – especially considering the pre-modern era where such information was difficult to record and preserve.
Wisdom consists in doing the right thing in the right way at the right time. If any of these three components is missing, then the act is not done wisely.
Real ownership is permanent, and it is only for Allah.
Just as a literate man can identify meanings behind letters written on paper, a literate believer can read the signs of the world after reading the Qur’an.
Yes, it is true that we do not accept all the things written by Sufis in their works or done by Sufi masters, but neither do we accept all things we come across in books of Fiqh, Hadith verification, Tafsir, etc., and there are huge blunders and problems one finds in these books as well, along with evidence of outright cheating in some cases. Thus, the need for a teacher to guide us on the way.
Through manipulation, doubt can be sown in the minds of many about almost anything, even direct sense-data, true axioms, etc.; this is why as Muslims, our methodology for accepting information must be robust.
The bird needs 3 things to fly: Two wings and a tail; as an analogy, we Muslims require 3 things: Aqeedah, Shariah and Haqiqah; if we do not endeavor to love Allah properly, we will be lost, and this deficiency will present itself eventually, with the potential of ruining everything.