Skip to content

Love has nothing to do with the five senses

Featured Image -- 2607

sueshan123blog

Love has nothing to do with

the five senses and the six directions:

its goal is only to experience

the attraction exerted by the Beloved.

Afterwards, perhaps, permission

will come from God:

the secrets that ought to be told with be told

with an eloquence nearer to the understanding

that these subtle confusing allusions.

The secret is partner with none

but the knower of the secret:

in the skeptic’s ear

the secret is no secret at all.

-Love Poems of Rumi

View original post

Love has nothing to do with the five senses

Love has nothing to do with the five senses and the six directions: its goal is only to experience the attraction exerted by the Beloved. Afterwards, perhaps, permission will come from God: the sec…

Source: Love has nothing to do with the five senses

Love has nothing to do with the five senses

4fe6e637ce2b1ea7393d8f40f05b5dc7-1-1

Love has nothing to do with

the five senses and the six directions:

its goal is only to experience

the attraction exerted by the Beloved.

Afterwards, perhaps, permission

will come from God:

the secrets that ought to be told with be told

with an eloquence nearer to the understanding

that these subtle confusing allusions.

The secret is partner with none

but the knower of the secret:

in the skeptic’s ear

the secret is no secret at all.

-Love Poems of Rumi

| sueshan123blog on WordPress.com

Walking around Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), travel blogger Anya captures a beautiful shot of an empty temple just before dusk. via Unexpected Mandalay: A Temple at the Top of the Hill — Discover

Source: | sueshan123blog on WordPress.com

Walking around Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma), travel blogger Anya captures a beautiful shot of an empty temple just before dusk.

via Unexpected Mandalay: A Temple at the Top of the Hill — Discover

Once upon a time a young girl named Marie-Catherine Le Jumel de Barneville prepared for her wedding. If the narrator of a fairy tale would ever care to tell you such a thing (which she most certainly would not), the year was around 1666. Marie-Catherine was a high-spirited girl of sixteen, from a good family […]

via It’s National Tell a Fairy Tale Day — thepracticalhistorian

Immerse yourself in the beauty of John’s watercolor paintings and learn a little about his thinking and his process.

via If I had a boat… — Discover