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Nine omeone said: “A man came who wanted to see you. He kept saying, ‘I wish I could have seen the Master." Rumi said: He does not see the Master at this moment because in truth the desire that filled him, namely to see the Master, was a veil hiding the Master.
Greetings ParkSurfer! Hope you enjoyed the stories, poems, and writing here. If you are interested in reading further here are some Zen, Sufi, Poetry, and related books I recommend... A Book Of Wisdom And Lies - Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani - translated by Katharine Vivian Avicenna And The Visionary Recital - Henry Corbin Holy Fire: Nine Visionary Poets And The Quest For Enlightenment - edited by Daniel Halpern Ibn Al'Arabi: The Bezels Of Wisdom - translated by R.W.J. Austin Memoirs Of Saints - Fariduddin Attar - translated by Bankey Behari Muslim Saints And Mystics - Farid Al-Din Attar - translated by A.J. Arberry Mysticism: A Study And An Anthology - F.C.
Mullah Nasruddin The name that every Afghan remembers hearing about in childhood. Here is few of the thousands of humurous and thoughtful stories about Him. His identity is being claimed by three countries. Afghanistan, Iran and Turkey. Page 1 of 2
The Writings of Ibn 'Arabi Ibn 'Arabi began to write books at about the age of 27, and continued to do this for the rest of his life. Based on the titles in two lists that he left, it can be said that Ibn 'Arabi wrote about 300 works. However, the works by Ibn 'Arabi which are extant today number between 75 and 100. Some of these are very long, and some are short. His best known works are: