August 16th, 2010

Руми

Руми, Рубай без номера "ТАЙНЫЙ ПУТЬ" - возможно, апокриф

Дэррин Джеймс, Бедуин в Морокко
Когда перед тобой закрыты

Пути, что прочими избиты,

Он открывает тайный путь –

Незрим, нехожен, не испытан.



Рубаят # ???. Числа Фарузанфара не найдены.
Возможно, апокриф или фрагмент из Меснави или Дивана.
Annemarie Schimmel, "Look! This is Love: Poems of Rumi"
Shambhala Publications, ISBN 1570622248, paperback, 112 pp, 1996, p. 105
Иван Дурак

Bahar Davary, "God's Most Beautiful Names: The Islamic Tradition"

99 Names of Allah
"God is the First, the Last, the Inward, and the Outward, the Knower of all things"
—- Quran 57 : 3

Names of God

Islam's profession of faith begins with the statement of tawhid (God's unity): "There is no god but God." The oneness of God is absolutely essential in both Islamic theology and spirituality. It is the cornerstone of Islamic thought. A true understanding of the one God, however, cannot be achieved without divine revelation. Therefore, any reflection on Islamic understanding of God begins with the study of the Qur'an. While the entire Qur'an as God's speech clearly points to the divine, the specific teachings about God are summarized in particular verses in which the "most beautiful names" (asthma ‘al-husna) are mentioned.
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