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“Submit to a daily practice

Your loyalty to that is a ring on the door.

Keeping knocking and the joy inside will eventually open a window… 59 more words




Keyvan Tabari

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Life Considered

Poema de los átomos

¡Oh día, despierta!
Los átomos bailan.
Todo el universo baila gracias a ellos.
Las almas bailan poseídas por el éxtasis.
Te susurraré al oído
a donde les arrastra esta danza. 34 more words


Rumi, on Love ~ with a Twist of Taj

The minute I heard my first love story

I started looking for you, not knowing

how blind that was.

Lovers don’t finally meet somewhere.

They’re in each other all along. 236 more words

Original Poetry

The 13th century poet of, nearby, Afghanistan. Jalāl ad-Dīn Muḥammad Balkhī.

Commonly known as, or the only way to know him if you are speaking English is by, Rumi.

Rumi has righteous significance. He spoke of the One, not the Many. 411 more words



Book Store 30 Minutes to Closing

Cowboys in their flower boats

If I were a Kabbalist, I would be a better Kabbalist

Wound in Raphael Green, Courtesy of a Persian poet… 59 more words