Tag Archives: Rumi

Reflections on this anniversary of Sheb-i Arus (2016)

December 17, 2016 On this anniversary of Sheb-i Arus (Rumi’s night of Divine Union with his Beloved) I am deeply saddened by the unbearable suffering of people in Syria and my homeland Anatolia as well. During Rumi’s years in Konya in the 13’th … Continue reading

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Reflections on this anniversary of Rumi’s Sheb-i Arus (2015)

Image credit December 17, 2015 On this anniversary of Sheb-i Arus (Rumi’s night of Divine Union with his Beloved) I reflected on 2015’s challenges. I remembered the conditions that prompted me to post these I surrender to your infinite wisdom and love God … Continue reading

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Rumi’s 7 Principles

These 7 principles of Rumi are not mentioned enough in the Western literature. Westerners are attracted to his poetry but ignore the formulaic presentations of his wisdom. The situation is reversed for the Turkish people. They seem to ignore the … Continue reading

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Rumi’s Night of Reunion

Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi died on Dec 17, 1273. This date is known as Sheb-i Arus (Wedding Night). Every year the 17th of December is celebrated as the night of Rumi’s reunion with his Beloved. This poem of Rumi explains more … Continue reading

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Rumi

Jalal-e-din Rumi (Mevlana) (30 September 1207 – 17 December 1273) is one of the world’s most beloved mystical poets. He was a well known and respected Quran scholar living in Konya before he met the traveling Sufi dervish Shams of Tebriz. … Continue reading

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