31 May '15, 1am

"Aab kam ju teshnegi aavar bedast. Seek not water, seek thirst." - Rumi Sometime you find the most amazing...

Shams seems to have opened up to Rumi dimensions of the mysteries of divine love that he had never experienced. Rumi and Shams were together for years, and then one day, Shams was gone—some accounts claim he was murdered by a jealous follower of Rumi, others that he traveled to Khoy and is buried there. Regardless, after Shams left, Rumi, who had always despised poetry, overflowed with 65,000 verses of poems; to many, the greatest in music, rhyme, and mystic meanings in the Persian language, surpassing every poet before and after to the present time. For Rumi, Shams became the embodiment of God’s beauty and love for mankind and his separation from Shams was the outward sign of the separation from God, though he celebrates the joys of union. Rumi’s poetry makes it certain that he was never separated completely from Shams nor God. Rumi died in 1273. He is buried in Konya. Hi...

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