Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi

Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi

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Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi (30 September 1207 – 17 December 1273), was a 13th-century Persian poet, faqih, Islamic scholar, theologian, and Sufi mystic originally from Greater Khorasan in Greater Iran.
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If you Want What Visible Reality

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If you want what visible realitycan give, you're an employee
If you want the unseen world,you're not living your truth
Both wishes are foolish,but you'll be forgiven for forgettingthat what you really want is love's confusing joy
Ex...
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The Self We Share

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Thirst is angry with water
Hunger bitter with bread
The cave wants nothing to do with the sun
This is dumb, the self- defeating way we've been
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Late by Myself

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Late, by myself, in the boat of myself,no light and no land anywhere,cloudcover thick
I try to stayjust above the surface, yet I'm already under and living with the
Excerpt from the translation of Rumi by Coleman Barks
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The Guest House

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This being human is a guest house
Every morning a new arrival
A joy, a depression, a meanness,some momentary awareness
As an unexpected visitor
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The Taste of Morning

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Time's knife slides from the sheath,as fish from where it swims
Being closer and closer is the desire of the body
Don't wish for union
There's a closeness beyond that
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In love

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In love, aside from sipping the wine of timelessness, nothing else exists
There is no reason for living except for giving one's life
I said, "First I know you, then I die
"He said, "For the one who knows Me, there is ...
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Only Breath

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Not Christian or Jew or Muslim, not
Buddhist, sufi, or zen
Not any religionor cultural system
I am not from the Eastor the West, not out of the ocean or upfrom the ground, not natural or ethereal, notcomposed of elements at all
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There Are A Hundred Kinds Of Prayer Quatrain in Farsi with English Translation

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emrôz chô har rôz, kharâb-êm kharâb ma-g'shâ dar andêsha-wo bar gîr rabâb Sad gôna namâz-ast-o rukû`-ast-o sujûd ân-râ ke jamâl-é dôst bâsh-ad
Hrâb Today, like every day, we are ruined, ruined (by "wine")
Don't open the door of...
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Shadow and Light Source Both

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How does a part of the world leave the world
How does wetness leave water
Dont' try to put out fire by throwing on more fire
Don't wash a wound with blood
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Not Here

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There's courage involved if you wantto become truth
There is a broken- open place in a lover
Where are those qualities of bravery and sharp compassion in this group
What's theuse of old and frozen thought
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Description of Love

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A true lover is proved such by his pain of heart;
No sickness is there like sickness of heart
The lover's ailment is different from all ailments;
Love is the astrolabe of God's mysteries
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Love has nothing to do with the five senses

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Love has nothing to do withthe five senses and the six directions:its goal is only to experiencethe attraction exerted by the Beloved
Afterwards, perhaps, permissionwill come from God:the secrets that ought to be told will be toldwith an eloq...
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Until Youve Found Pain

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Until you've found pain, you won't reach the
Until you've given up life, you won't unite with    the supreme
Until you've found fire inside yourself, like the Friend,
You won't reach the spring of life, like Khezr
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This Aloneness

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This aloneness is worth more than a thousand lives
This freedom is worth more than all the lands on earth
To be one with the truth for just a moment,
Is worth more than the world and life itself
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Masnawi

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In the prologue to the Masnavi Rumi hailed Love and its sweet madness that heals all infirmities, and he exhorted the reader to burst the bonds to silver and gold to be free
The Beloved is all in all and is only veiled by the lover
Rumi ...
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This we Have Now

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This we have nowis not imagination
This is not grief or joy
Not a judging state,or an elation,or sadness
Those come and go
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