Tag Archives: Rumi Jalaluddin Mevlana

You are not earth, you are not water – very different you are: Beyond the muddy world – love you attained… Soul is elixir of life, it flows; body is channel; To both water and channel, you remained indifferent. Rumi, … Continue reading

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How good to be an overnight guest and then set forth again, Not frozen, not clouded, how good to find calm clarity. Yesterday is gone and with it your words of yesterday: How good to find a new word for … Continue reading

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In great love, the beloved remains hidden; The true beings of the world remain hidden. When the wind blows, clouds of dust are seen, Branches break, the wind remains hidden. Rumi, Jalaluddin Mevlana (1207-1273). Translated from the Turkish – The … Continue reading

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Both in the sky and on land, observe every particle: They too are in love with the mighty power! Happy, sad, good, bad – in love with the sun, Forever they turn… Rumi, Jalaluddin Mevlana (1207-1273). Translated from the Turkish … Continue reading

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I was in ecstasy – you said “Quieten down!” I did – you said, “Stay in ecstasy!” I was in ecstasy again. “No”, you said, “Calm down!” I did. You said, “No, stay in ecstasy!” Rumi, Jalaluddin Mevlana (1207-1273). Translated … Continue reading

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Come and join us – even if you’ve had enough – Don’t run way from friends – in our endeavour, join us… Fall in love like my heart, go astray Or, stop, whole heartedly watch love. Rumi, Jalaluddin Mevlana (1207-1273). … Continue reading

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Look, here, in this house, there was a light – where is it? At first it filled your eyes… Look, it’s now a dream in the heart. Always there; Never leaves: fills the heart. Rumi, Jalaluddin Mevlana (1207-1273). Translated from … Continue reading

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