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Forget the world

Forget the world, and so command the world.  Rumi

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Hodja Mullah Nasruddin: Fate

A certain man asked the famous Mulla Nasrudin, “What is the meaning of fate?” Mulla replied, “Assumptions.” “In what way?” the man asked again. Mulla looked at him and said, “You assume things are...

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A fire

 A fire has risen above my tombstone hat. I don`t want learning, or dignity, or respectability. I want this music and this dawn and the warmth of your cheek against mine. The grief-armies assemble,...

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Sufi story: the sparrow and the nightingale

  Once upon a time here was a happy couple. In their union reigned love, real one. In the morning when they used to get up, they kissed each other’s hand. They were having breakfast together, they used to pour...

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MAULANA’S WISDOM: The formula

  This is the formula for success: to free ourselves from the obsession with worldly occupations so as to be able to concentrate on the spiritual task for which we have been created. Until...

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20, 21. YA QABID, YA BASIT

Al-Qabid Al-Basit  He is the One who withholds provision for anyone He wishes from His creation by His Justice; and He is the One who gives without limit to whomever He wishes out of...

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What is will power?

As the match potentially contain the fire, we hold the Divine within us. It’s our nature. The will power is a divine attribute present in each of us. Just one person is enough to...

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Hodja Mullah Nasruddin: the shoes

 Mulla Nasruddin used to purchase shoes which were too tight for him, one size too small. He was continually complaining and grumbling to everybody, “I will die with these shoes!” People said, “Why don’t...

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Open a window to God

Listen, open a window to God and begin to delight yourself by gazing upon Him through the opening. The business of love is to make the window of the heart, for the breast is...

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Sufi story: The Elephant and the blind men

Once there was a city, the inhabitants of which were all blind. They had heard of elephants and were curious to see [sic] one face to face. They were still full of this desire...