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Rumi 40 rules of love
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If we see God as full of love and compassion, so are we. Rule 2 The path to Shams of Tabriz's 40 Rules of Love. November 4, .. Shams Tabrez (rA) was the spiritual teacher of Jalal-ud-din Rumi (rA).
The rules of. In this lyrical, exuberant follow-up to her novel, The Bastard of Istanbul, acclaimed Turkish author Elif Shafak unfolds two tantalizing parallel narratives— one. A novel within a novel, The Forty Rules of Love tells two parallel stories that Similarly, Aziz—and his story of Rumi and Shams—inspires Ella to step out of a. author of six novels, including The Forty Rules of Love, The Bastard of Istanbul, Shams of Tabriz. Ella. Baybars the Warrior. Ella. Rumi. Kimya. Sultan Walad. Being a fan of Rumi and his poetry, reading about the man who was behind.
The Forty Rules of Love is a novel by Turkish author Elif Shafak. The Forty Rules of Love is written by Elif Shafak, a French born Turkish Shams travels to Konya where Rumi lives and the story unwraps itself. Rumi, Shams, and Whirling Dervishes Shams of Tabriz was a Persian Sufi and roaming dervish who lived at the end of the twelfth/ early.
Neither Shams nor Rumi spoke about "rules" involving love. Indeed, Rumi points out the absence of rules in the realm of love. Rules belong in the realm of the. Traces the parallel stories of unhappily married professional reader Ella Rubinstein's fascination with the story of Shams of Tabriz and the 13th-century. A novel within a novel, The Forty Rules of Love tells two parallel stories that Similarly, Aziz—and his story of Rumi and Shams—inspires Ella to step out of a.