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I frutti del Paradiso

There was once a woman who had heard of the Fruit of Heaven. She coveted it. She asked a certain dervish, whom we shall call Sabar: ‘How can I find this fruit, so that...

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Studiami

Study me as much as you like, you will not know me, for I differ in a hundred ways from what you see me to be. Put yourself behind my eyes and see me...

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Non è mai troppo tardi

It is never late to ask yourself “Am I ready to change my life, am I ready to change myself?”. However old we are, whatever we went through, it is always possible to reborn....

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Il mercante di Baghdad

A merchant in Baghdad had some bad luck. A thief robbed his house of all his gold. The authorities caught the thief but he would not reveal where he had hidden the merchant gold. One...

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L’ultimo discorso di Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti

Khwaja Muinuddin Chishti delivered his last sermon 40 days before departing from this world (1233 A.D.) “Love all and hate none. Mere talk of peace will avail you naught. Mere talk of Allah and...

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Cos’è il Sufismo?

Definire il Sufismo a parole è come voler descrivere il miele a chi non l’ha mai assaggiato. Qualunque definizione risulterebbe parziale e inadeguata. Le parole sono limitate, mentre il Sufismo attiene all’essenza. Il Sufismo...

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Il venditore di cavalli

Nasrudin was in the marketplace listening to a horse dealer’s sales pitch. “This is the most exquisite horse in this village,” the seller exclaimed. “It is lighting fast and never gets tired. In fact,...

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63. YA QAYYUM

Al Qayyum The Self-Sustaining Exalted and Glorious Allah! La ilaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He), Al-Hayyul-Quyyum (the Ever Living, the One Who sustains and protects all that exists.)...

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Se tutte le arpe del mondo

We have fallen into the place where everything is music. The strumming and the flute notes rise into the atmosphere, and if the whole world’s harp should burn up, there will still be hidden...

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Gli 11 Principi dell’Ordine Naqshbandi (8)

8) Il raccoglimento (Yad Dasht) Il «raccoglimento» significa: ricordo continuo, il mantenere il proprio cuore alla presenza divina, avvicinarsi alla verità. La contemplazione, la consapevolezza costante alla presenza divina. L’osservanza degli ultimi cinque principi...