Jalal al-Din Muhammad Rumi, (or simply known as Rumi or Mevlana in Turkey).
The Sufi mystic was born on the 30th of September, 1207 and died on the
17th of December, 1273.
Published writtings by Rumi include "Masnavi-ye Manavi", "Diwan-e
Shams-e Tabriz-i", and "Fihi Ma Fih".
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- Through love all
that is bitter will sweet. Through Love all that is copper will be gold.
Through Love all dregs will turn to purest wine. Through Love all pain
will turn to medicine. Through Love the dead will all become alive.
Through Love the king will turn into a slave!
- Reason says, I
will beguile him with the tongue;" Love says, "Be silent.
I will beguile him with the soul."
- Into my heart's
night along a narrow way I groped; and lo! the light,
an infinite land of day.
- The intention of
laughter is gratitude in the place of complaining.
- God says, 'I have
bought you, your moments, you breaths, you possessions, your lives.
If they are expended on Me, if you give them to Me, the price of them
is everlasting Paradise.
- Similarly with
every religion, every faith, every grace, every miracle, all the states
of the prophets - the end of the thread of every one of these is in
the human spirit; until the need arises, that end of the thread does
not stir or become visible.
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