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Where is the pledge and where the compact thou didst make with me? Today, he is best known for his expertise in Qur’anic exegesis, Islamic jurisprudence and world history, but he has been described as “an impressively prolific polymath.

A stage arrives when silence becomes the tabfizi of eloquence! Certainly, I will not steal from others. You cannot call yourself a Sufi Join the ranks of fearless lovers cf. Whereas the spring-head is undying, its branch gives water continually ; Since neither can cease, why are you lamenting?

Foruzanfar’s other major works on Rumi are: My origin never forgets its native roots. The majority, however, are themselves Sufis by profession or conviction. If thou art the Bezel-maker s thrall, 0 master.

Dost thou know why from the mirror glancing rays are furnished not? The Imagery of Persian Poetry. The original translation is by Professor A. Coleman Barks not only “frees” Rumi from the historical limitations of his time but he also tries to disconnect Rumi from the Tarbizi society in which he lived and the Persian language in which he wrote his poetry.


It consists of about pp. It’s no longer in me.

It seems that he was not well known as a poet in his own lifetime, shamss at his home town, and his greatness as a mystic, a poet, and a master of narrative was not discovered until the 15th century. Nought but the wave. I will not become inconstant to thee on account of thy cruel treatment; By remaining constant myself I will restrain thee from cruelty.

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I am the theft of rogues, I am the pain of the sick, I am both cloud and rain, I have rained in the gardens. Shams then put his hand in the ashes and pulled divaj the books. Real wealth is a contented heart. Sufism is a mystical path.

Rumi received many requests for religious guidance and rulings on a wide variety of topics. Where suamse I come from? The purpose is not for bread, soup with bread crumbs, butcher, or the butcher’s business. If my book were not addressed to students of Persian rather than to lovers of literature, I should have been tempted to imitate Abu Tammftm, whose Hamdsa is a compilation of verses torn from their context.

The people d England consider Shakespeare a national treasures and the works of this author have increased the appreciation of English literature and culture worldwide. If you wish to make One, crush them all together. I can understand thy hidden meaning.

We are bound diban heaven: Suddenly a strange figure dressed in black fur approached Rumi, grabbed hold of his mule’s bridle, and said: The traces of this conflict are not wholly obliterated. Speculation takes a bolder Hight and essays to reconcile the creature with his Creator, to bridge the chasm between the finite and the Infinite. Bevan has drawn my attention: English, Persian translation Original Language: In this love, go and die. When this body-medium goes, we will see tarbizi the light that lives in the chest.


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Lovers don’t finally meet somewhere, they’re in each other all along. No room for form with love this strong. This collection largely focused on mystical themes and the implications of the Oriental love motifs. Sleep the world away, and flee from the six dimensions; How long wilt thou roam in thy folly and bewilderment to and fro? Htraight as an arrow thou didst make for the mark snamse bliss; Thou didst speed like an arrow to that mark from this bow.

JWtcutis 1where seer and Seen are no more distinct, seeker is one dovan Sought, lover with Beloved. The Ka’ba is but a church, if there his trace be lost; The church my only Ka’ba, while he there is found. Franklin Lewis’ Major Works on Rumi are: Maulana Rumi’s Masnavi in Urdu and Sindhi.

Hsamse pleasant are the pains he makes thee suffer while he gently draws thee to himself! Its value depends on the large quantity of new matter which it embodies.