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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- Form came as a
branch of Love; for without love this form would have no worth.
- Truly, when I renounce
all thought of silver and food and raiment and the fire of lust, my
daily portion will come to me. But when I run after those daily portions,
the quest of them pains and wearies me and distresses me; if I sit in
my own place with patience, that will come to me without paint and distress.
- This world is as
the dream of a sleeper.
- Some have said
that love is the cause of service. This is not so. Rather it is the
inclination of the beloved that is the requisite of service. If the
beloved desires that the lover should be occupied with service, then
service proceeds from the lover.
- Remember God so
much that you are forgotten. Let the caller and the called disappear;
be lost in the Call.
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