“silence is the language of god,  all else is poor translation.”  ― Rumi

Famous Quotes on Images (Part 4)

“silence is the language of god, all else is poor translation.” ― Rumi

Love Sufi dancers in Calligraphy Ne var efendim edecek hayret, Ehl-i ask'in tek, halini seyret. Ask, ilahidir "-Ah!" deyip sabret, Bil ki gecen asksiz gündür, fetret. Abdurrahman Vakkas

Love Sufi dancers in Calligraphy Ne var efendim edecek hayret, Ehl-i ask'in tek, halini seyret. Ask, ilahidir "-Ah!" deyip sabret, Bil ki gecen asksiz gündür, fetret. Abdurrahman Vakkas

Mevlevi çalışması.

Mevlevi çalışması.

What a beautiful thought. I have felt the force of Love that is myself, my essence and this poem fits it perfectly.

What a beautiful thought. I have felt the force of Love that is myself, my essence and this poem fits it perfectly.

Silence is the language of god, all else is poor translation. - Rumi

Silence is the language of god, all else is poor translation. - Rumi

Rumi - be wild and crazy and drunk with Love, if you are too careful, Love will not find you.

Rumi - be wild and crazy and drunk with Love, if you are too careful, Love will not find you.

Drunk with the ecstasy of love, I can no longer tell the difference between drunkard and drink, between love and Beloved ~ Rumi

Drunk with the ecstasy of love, I can no longer tell the difference between drunkard and drink, between love and Beloved ~ Rumi

A Dervish or Darvesh is someone treading a Sufi Muslim ascetic path or "Tariqah", who has taken vows of poverty & austerity. In this respect, Dervishes are most similar to mendicant friars in Christianity or Hindu/Buddhist/Jain sadhus. They first appeared in the 12th century; were noted for their wild or ecstatic rituals & were known as dancing, whirling, or howling dervishes according to the practice of their order. (Dervish Iran, early 20th century)

A Dervish or Darvesh is someone treading a Sufi Muslim ascetic path or "Tariqah", who has taken vows of poverty & austerity. In this respect, Dervishes are most similar to mendicant friars in Christianity or Hindu/Buddhist/Jain sadhus. They first appeared in the 12th century; were noted for their wild or ecstatic rituals & were known as dancing, whirling, or howling dervishes according to the practice of their order. (Dervish Iran, early 20th century)

This is why I always say "I am a God". The Deities are within us, and around us. Embrace yourself and you find the higher power we always seem to be seeking.

This is why I always say "I am a God". The Deities are within us, and around us. Embrace yourself and you find the higher power we always seem to be seeking.

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