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Hakim Sanai: You may think you are something

Hakim Sanai: You may think you are something
  
Photo: Kermit Roosevelt's photograph of the Great Pyramid of Giza, 1910. Image from Smithsonian Institution Archives.
 

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You may think you are something, but that something is nothing. You think you amount to something? —So do the dots on a dice! There's nothing but God! La ilaha illa Alllah--thus say the Muslim Sufi saints.

(Hakim Sana'i)
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Recommended Reading:

'Peak of Eloquence Nahjul Balagha (Sermons, Letters and Sayings)' 

by S.A. Reza (Author)

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Description:

The Prophet Muhammad referred to his eloquent son-in-law Ali as the “gate to the city of knowledge.” Peak of Eloquence, Nahjul Balagha,
 is both a compilation of Ali’s sermons, letters, and sayings and a glimpse into his personality. Compiled by Sayyid al-Sharif ar-Radi more than 1,000 years ago, it is considered a literary masterpiece and, by the Shia Muslims, the most valuable text after the Holy Qur’an.
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