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What does Rumi say about love?

“Wherever you are, and whatever you do, be in love.” ~ Rumi. Deciding to be in a state of love wherever and whenever and whatever we do can be so hard when someone or something annoys, frustrates, and bother us.

What does Rumi say about love?

“Wherever you are, and whatever you do, be in love.” ~ Rumi. Deciding to be in a state of love wherever and whenever and whatever we do can be so hard when someone or something annoys, frustrates, and bother us.

What does Rumi say about the heart?

Your heart is the size of an ocean. Go find yourself in its hidden depths. Find the sweetness in your own heart, then you may find the sweetness in every heart. I have come to drag you out of yourself and take you into my heart.

What is Rumi’s message?

“Rumi’s message of universal love, tolerance of religion and race, self-empowerment, spiritual development and enlightenment are truly timeless and timely for today’s audiences,” says author Shahram Shiva, founder of Rumi Network and author of “Hush, Don’t Say Anything to God: Passionate Poems of Rumi.” “Those few …

What does Rumi say about life?

“There is a life force within your soul, seek that life. There is a gem in the mountain of your body, seek that mine. O traveller, if you are in search of that, don’t look outside, look inside yourself and seek that.”

Do good deed quotes Rumi?

Here are a few of my favourites:

  • “Do a good deed and throw it in the river, one day it will come back to you in the desert.” – Rumi.
  • “Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world.
  • “When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy.” –

What does Rumi say about death?

“Death has nothing to do with going away. The sun sets and the moon sets, but they’re not gone.” “Death is a coming together. The tomb looks like a prison, but it’s really release into union.”

How did Rumi died?

Impairment of well-beingRumi / Cause of death

What is Rumi’s poetry about?

In a culture of materialism and illusory appearances, Rumi and other Sufi poets’ works are meant to serve as indications that there is something more than what we experience with our senses. Their poetry was not about escapism through intoxication or loss of self-awareness for the sake of another material being.

Why do people love Rumi?

“Rumi was an experimental innovator among the Persian poets and he was a Sufi master,” says Jawid Mojaddedi, a scholar of early and medieval Sufism at Rutgers University and an award-winning Rumi translator. “This combination of mystical richness and bold adaptations of poetic forms is the key to his popularity today.”

Do good and throw it in the sea Rumi?

“Do good and throw it in the sea” (ΚΑΝΕ ΤΟ ΚΑΛΟ ΚΑΙ ΡΙΞΤΟ ΣΤΟ ΓΙΑΛΟ). This is a Greek proverb I love. It means do a good deed and let nobody know about it.