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From Sufism’s Sacred Fihi ma Fihi: Discourses of Rumi, Discourse 10, Part 2 of 2

2019-02-25
اللغة:English ,Persian (Farsi)(ففارسی)

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Today we invite you to listen to an excerpt of Rumi’s teachings from the “Fihi Ma Fihi,” Discourse 10. “When the Prophet was transported out of Himself and spoke, He used to say, ‘God says.’ Now, from the standpoint of embodiment, it was His tongue that spoke; but He wasn’t there at all. That speaker was greater than He was. God is wholly free of form and words. Its speech is beyond letters and voice. Yet, It delivers Its message by any letters and voice and tongue It desires. There are certain lovers of God, who, because of their great majesty and protectiveness for God, do not show themselves openly, but they cause disciples to attain important goals and bestow gifts upon them. Such mighty spiritual Saints are rare and precious.” “Someone said: ‘Do the great ones come before You?’ Rumi answered: There is no “before” left to me. It has been a long time since I have had any ‘before.’”
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