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The happiness of the drop is to die in the river.
The thing we tell of can never be found be seeking, yet only seekers find it.
Worry is itself an illness, since worry is an accusation against Divine Wisdom, a criticism of Divine Mercy.
The word 'choice' is a fraud while people choose only what they have been taught to choose.
Reflection is the lamp of the heart. If it departs, the heart will have no light.
Love is an involuntary gift that manifests unplanned.
True Sufism is resistance: spiritual, intellectual, social, cultural, political and economic resistance. It cannot be, for sure, supporting dictators.
Trying to force something is the best way to stop it happening.
You must empty out the dirty water before you fill the pitcher with clean.
The Sufi way is through knowledge and practice, not through intellect and talk.
I searched for God and found only myself. I searched for myself and found only God.
Knowledge is something which you can use. Belief is something which uses you.
Study the assumptions behind your actions. Then study the assumptions behind your assumptions.
Selfishness keeps man blind through life.
When tomorrow comes, think tomorrow's thoughts.
Materialism, attachment to things of the world, includes pride. Many religious people suffer from pride: taking pleasure or even delight in being good, or religious.
Now is the time to unite the Soul and the world.
The Way of the Sufis cannot be understood by means of the intellect or by ordinary book learning.
The secret of Sufism is that it has no secret at all'.
Sufism and yoga are one and the same thing. They are just words, in wisdom there is no difference. All the teachings are absolutely the same. They are only different paths to the One.
Worry is a cloud which rains destruction.
When a belief becomes more than an instrument, you are lost. You remain lost until you learn what 'belief' is really for.
The Path is not to be found anywhere except in human service
It is the message, not the man, which is important to the Sufis.
Why should I be unhappy? Each parcel of my being is in full bloom.
I reject any path which rejects life, but I can't help loving Sufism because it sounds so beautiful. It gives relief in the midst of battle.
The practice of Sufism is the intention to move toward truth by means of love and devotion.
Similitude of the heart is like that of a telephone operator between man and God.
The stupidest man I ever met had a favourite saying. It was: 'What do you think I am, stupid, or something?
The colour of the water seems to be the colour of the glass into which it has been poured'.
There is a Persian proverb: 'To test that which has been tested is ignorance.' To try to test something without the means of testing is even worse.
The union of the mind and intuition which brings about illumination, and the development which the Sufis seek, is based upon love.
The more wakeful a man is to the things which surround him, the more asleep is he, and his waking is worse than his sleep.
Premature independence is the daughter of conceit.
They will become Godly when they will have God in their hearts.
One cannot learn from someone whom one distrusts.
Ultimately though, we are not responsible for another's happiness. The unhappy person almost always suffers from self-inflicted pain.
The sufis believe that they can experience something more complete.
No practice exists in isolation.
Do not try to be humble: learn humility.
Without Sufism, Islam would not have spread into two thirds of what we call the Islamic world.
None should say: 'I can trust' or 'I cannot trust' until he is a master of the option, of trusting or not trusting.
Anybody or anything may stand between you and knowledge if you are unfit for it.
The human being, whether he realises it or not, is trusting someone or something every moment of the day.
When the Higher Man does something worthy of admiration, it is an evidence of his Mastership, not the object of it.
Dramatic. A well developed sense of the dramatic has values beyond what people usually imagine. One of these is to realise the limitations of a sense of the dramatic.
Many things which are called 'secrets' are only things withheld from people until they can understand or effectively experience them.
Better to be safe than to be sorry' is a remark of value only when these are the actual alternatives.
Exercise power by means of kindness, and you may be causing more damage than you could by cruelty. Neither approach is correct.
But one may say something and yet not be able to do it. Try, for instance, lifting yourself up by the bootstraps.