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Imam Shafi’i: Let not your tongue mention the shame of another

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Imam Shafi’i: Let not your tongue mention the shame of another
 
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Photo: Fettered camel and keeper ascribed to Bizhad;
Safavid period, Iran; late 15th century.
 
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Let not your tongue mention the shame of another. For you yourself are covered in shame and all men have tongues. If your eye falls upon the sins of your brother. Shield them and say: “O my eye! All men have eyes”
 
(Imam Shafi’i)
 
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The Sufis are as diverse as the countries in which they've flourished--from Morocco to India to China--and as varied as their distinctive forms of art, music, poetry, and dance. They are said to represent the mystical heart of Islam, yet the term Sufism is notoriously difficult to define, as it means different things to different people both within and outside the tradition. With that fact in mind, Carl Ernst explores the broadest range of Sufi philosophies and practices to provide one of the most complete and comprehensive introductions to Sufism available in English. He traces the history of the movement from the earliest days of Islam to the present day, along the way examining its relationship to the larger world of Islam and its encounters with both fundamentalism and secularism in the modern world.
 
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