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Farid ud Din Attar: Four Things to Know

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Farid ud Din Attar: Four Things to Know
 
 
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Photo: A building above the The Well of Zamzam; Mecca, 1947.
 
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Hatim al-Asamm said, 'I have chosen four things to know and discarded all other things of knowledge: The first is this: I know that my daily bread is apportioned to me and will neither be increased or decreased, so I have stopped trying to add to it. Secondly, I know I owe to God a debt which no one else can pay for me, so I am busy about paying it. Thirdly, I know that there is someone pursuing me ---Death --- whom I cannot escape from, so I have prepared myself to meet him. Fourth, I know that God is observing me, so I am ashamed to do what I should not.'

(Farid ud Din Attar)
 
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Source & Recommended Reading:

'Perfume of the Desert: Inspirations from Sufi Wisdom'
by Andrew Harvey (Author), Eryk Hanut (Author)

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Renowned for his inspiring interpretations of world spiritual traditions, celebrated modern mystic Andrew Harvey teams with photographer Eryk Hanut to create a stunning book of readings drawn from Sufi mysticism. Teaching stories, prophetic sayings, folk tales and jests, Hanut's evocative photographs, and Harvey's breathtaking translations of the ecstatic poetry of Rumi, Kabir, and others make this little book an inspirational and artistic treasure.
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