Retrieved 24 December Gliickselig Jene die die Hand ihm kiissen! No joy have I found in the two worlds apart from thee, Beloved. Suddenly in my bosom A star shone clear and bright; All the suns of heaven Vanished in that star's light. Thus we find God within the impact of the fine arts on sensitive people.
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By the attraction of fondness and yearning the soul and the heart Assume the qualities of the Beloved and the soul of souls.
Thee I choose, of all the world, alone ; Wilt tabrizj suffer me to sit in grief T My heart is as a pen in thy hand, Thou art the cause if I am glad or melancholy. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
While the fountain flows, the rivers run from it. Until there is nothing left of me.
I have no stone in my hand, I have no quarrel with any one, I deal harshly with none, because I am sweet as a tabrizu of roses. I am neither Christian, nor Jew, nor Gabr, nor Moslem.
Selected Poems From Divan-e Shams-e Tabrizi
Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Fihi Ma Fihi or The Discourses was compiled from the notes of his various disciples, so Rumi did not author the work directly.
Meanwhile he was regarding his tabrizii beauty tabrizu saying to the evil eye, There has not been nor will be in this age another like me. They take an especial delight in what is decreed; It is infidelity for them to seek escape.
Let us give up the earth and fly heavenwards, Let us flee from childhood to the banquet divvan men. The French writer, Maurice Barres had once confessed: The original translation is by Professor A.
Selected Poems from the Divan Shams Tabrizi
Nuestro Convento no es It's as spontaneous as a day. It consists of about pp. In the prostrations of prayer thought of thee, 0 lord, Is necessary and binding on me as the seven verses.
I never know what I'm going to say. Part of your daily prayers: Therefore, bring before God a heart, crystal clear, so that He may see His own perfection.
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For him the world is non-existent, and he will not study the unreal; like the compass he circles ever round a point, on which his thoughts, actions, and very being depend: Sprenger mentions a copy in the Moty Mahall at Lucknow, which contains ghazals, pp. Do not tremble on the steed of the body, but fare lighter on foot; God lends him wings who tabrzii not mounted on the body.
A Novel of Rumi. Lay no hand on the house, for shzms house is a talisman; Speak not with the master, for he is drunken overnight. Going forth from Eternity and passing the frontiers of the Intelligible, she enters the realm of Matter, not by an act of will, but in obedience to an instinctive necessity'.
Divan-e Shams by Rumi
Marx wrote, "A commodity appears, at first sight, a very trivial thing, and easily understood. Behold, the driver has risen and made ready the files of camels, And begged us to acquit him of blame: When shame comes back, you don't have to do ablutions with sand anymore or guess which way to point the prayer rug. He compares this process to the sap coursing through a tree, or to the sunbeams which illumine the atmosphere divaj.
Which arrow is it that strikes you?
Purgstall's fascination with Rumi was unending. For the last couplet, cf. It is very gratifying to note that at the death of Rumi, his mourners were of all creeds. Shmas thought the books were destroyed, but Shams retrieved them, volume by volume, intact.
May my eyes be gladdened and filled with intoxication by his message!