Shams of Tabriz was a Persian Sufi and roaming dervish who lived at the end of the twelfth/ early thirteenth century.
From this I understand that what I want also wants me, is looking for me and attracting me. It is looking at the thorn and seeing rose, looking at the night and seeing the day. Elyane Youssef | 521 Followers. follow. – Shams Tabrizi “Patience is not sitting and waiting, it is foreseeing.
It is looking at the thorn and seeing rose, looking at the night and seeing the day. SHAMS-TABRIZ “There is another state of self-knowing that is the promise to humanity. 39 Copy quote If the human being is a proud and honorable creature, he shouldn't forget to act that way, even if he falls, even if the whole world is against him, even if he ends as a slave. He was claiming to be a traveling merchant, but he was looking for something that he was only going to find in Konya. The Forty Rules of Love' runs along two parallel stories, in which, one story is about a Jewish Housewife, Ella and her personal life in Massachusetts, while the other story is about the relationship and bond between Shams Tabrizi and Rumi.
This has been my journey, and this is the subject of my story.
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It can be accurately described as ‘being the angel in human form’.
On 15 November 1244, a man in a black suit from head to toe came to the famous inn of Sugar Merchants of Konya. May 28, 2019 - Explore zouna000's board "Shams Tabrizi", followed by 467 people on Pinterest. Shams Tabrizi’s most Remarkable Rules on Love, Patience & Life. Alan WattsThe Real Secret of Life May 20, 2016 0 43 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter This is the real secret of life: to be completely engaged with what you are doing in the here and now, and instead of calling it “work,” realize that this is play TAGSDoingPresent Previous articleIt is that power… The Maqalat-e Shams-e Tabrizi (Discourse of Shams-i Tabrīzī) is a Persian prose book written by Shams. if I sit in my own place of patience, what I need flows to me, and without pain. A distinguished spiritual companionship emerged between the two, although it didn’t last for more than three years. In 1244, Rumi, who was a scholar and a wealthy nobleman, met Shams-i-Tabrīzī (Shams Tabrizi) who was a wandering dervish and a holy man. How we see God is a direct reflection of how we see ourselves. He was the spiritual teacher and advisor of Rumi, and indeed it’s often said that Rumi was a professor who Shams transformed into a mystic, a lover, and a poet. See more ideas about Shams tabrizi, Shams, Sufism. There is a great secret here for anyone who can grasp it.” ― Shams-i Tabrizi
“Be grateful! Leave a Thoughtful Comment. Book by Shams Tabrizi, translated by William C. Chittick, 2004. Shams of Tabriz’s 40 Rules of Love, as found in the book, “The Forty Rules of Love: A Novel of Rumi” by Elif Shafak.These 40 rules of Love are full of wisdom for every man and woman. His name was Shams Tabrizi. – Shams Tabrizi “Patience is not sitting and waiting, it is foreseeing. There are many legends describing their meeting in Konya: Rumi was … See more ideas about Shams tabrizi, Shams tabrizi quotes, Shams. Shams’ first encounter with Rumi.
Rumi, Shams, and Whirling Dervishes.