“The lover’s ailment is not like any other; Love is the astrolabe of God’s mysteries. Whether Love is from heaven or earth, it points to God.” In this poem, Sufi saint Rumi describes our love
“Darkness began to cast its shadow over my soul. I felt no consolation in prayer; I had to make a great effort to meditate; fear began to sweep over me. Going deeper into myself, I
“What is truth?” This was Pontius Pilate’s question to Jesus. To really understand what truth is, we have to begin by imagining the situation; Pilate is the most powerful man in Jerusalem controlling the destiny
“O lovely one, aren’t you suffocating by this narrow tomb? Come, arise from the depths of your heart! You are alive and born of the living.” Here in these lines Rumi tells us to arise
“What have I done to deserve this? “Why does this always happen?” “What is wrong with me?” “Why can’t I handle it?” “why…?” These questions are part of a downward spiral that psychologists call rumination.
The truth is simple, but life does not always follow this principle because it is imperfect. Some religious people only long for heaven and some spiritual people think that enlightenment is something you get to