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People in America are renewing their love of God

I just came across a feature in The Seattle Times talking about a renewed interest by Americans in Sufism, through the poetry of Jelaludin Rumi. The article is from the year 2007, it sheds light into the statement “People in … Continue reading

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Finding the perfect recipe for short lived happiness

It’s not the chocolate Witabex bits, nor is it the Gitanes cigarette kick that just happened, it’s detachment that brings about the dizzy sense of happiness. The little pleasures life can offer are intensified by our ability and readiness to … Continue reading

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By the river Barada, I knelt down and cried

To the river Barada, on the occasion of two rain showers only, ever since winter announced itself: When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy. When actions come from another section, the … Continue reading

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