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Sharafuddin Maneri: When you lose yourself in God

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Sharafuddin Maneri: When you lose yourself in God
 
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When you lose yourself in God, you proclaim the divine Unity.
Lose the sense of "being lost" -- that is complete detachment!
 
(Sharafuddin Maneri)
 
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Source & Recommended Reading:
 
Sharafuddin Maneri: The Hundred Letters
by Sharafuddin Maneri (Author), Paul Jackson (Translator), Syed Hasan Askari (Introduction)
 
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