The greatest love poems of Rumi (an event for the soul)
Rumi didn’t start out as the 13th-century Persian poet we all cherish today. He was a wealthy nobleman, theologian, and sober Islamic scholar…until he met the wandering dervish monk known as Shams Al Tabriz.
As soon as Shams spoke, Rumi knew that he had met his soul mate. And Shams knew he had found the star pupil he’d been seeking for 17 years. They retreated to Rumi’s house for almost three months. There, they both touched a source of light that was godly and inexplicable. Each man, with the help of the other, discovered the grace and truth he sought.
After his introduction to the world of mysticism, Rumi learned everything he could about love — unbounded and compassionate and universal. He would go on to become the most famous son of Sufism, and the most-read poet of all time.
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