THE MATHNAWÍ OF JALÁLU’DDÍN RÚMÍ

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There are complete translations of the Mathnawí in Turkish[1], Arabic[2], and Hindustani[3], but only the first two of the six
Books of the poem have hitherto been made accessible in their entirety to European readers, though a number of extracts from
Books III–VI are translated in E. H. Whinfield’s useful abridgment. While it may seem surprising that a work so celebrated,
and one which reflects (however darkly at times) so much of the highest as well as the lowest in the life and thought of the……

Rumi, The Mathnawi Of Jalalu’ddin Rumi (trans. Nicholson)

The Door Of Mercy Kenan Rifai And Sufism Today

Actionless Action
Mohammed Rustom

It has indeed been a blessing to sit with the great Kenan Rifai’s com­
mentary upon book one of Mevlana’s Mesnevi Spending time with this
book naturally led me to Kenan Rifai’s explanation of a famous tale in
the centered around ‘Ali b. Abi Talib. The tale is retold from………
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Actionless Action (Door Of Mercy, 2017)

Purification of the Heart:Translation and Commentary of Imām Mawlūd’s Maṭharat al-Qulūb by Shaykh Hamza Yusuf

Purification of the Heart, Translation and Commentary of Imām Mawlūd’s Maṭharat al-Qulūb by Hamza Yusuf

The Garden of Truth by Seyyed Hossein Nasr

The Garden of Truth~ The Vision and Promise of Sufism, Islams Mystical Tradition by Seyyed Hossein Nasr

The Garden of Truth~ The Vision and Promise of Sufism, Islams Mystical Tradition by Seyyed Hossein Nasr

Themes of Love in Islamic Mystical Theology by William Chittick

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“Muslim scholars who talked about love agreed that it is indefinable. In discussions of human love, they typically limited themselves to describing its symptoms, characteristics, and consequences. They summarized these along the lines of “yearning for union.” By using the word union, they were saying that the goal of lovers is to come together, not to stay apart. They understood love as the energy that brings about the encounter of God and man…”

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