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gloomy spirit

The loneliest moment in someone’s life is when they are watching their whole world fall apart, and all they can do is stare blankly.”
— Nick Carraway in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby

—(via ciudadsaudade)

أوصيكم بتقوی الله في السر والعلانية وبقلة الطعام، وقلة المنام، وقلة الكلام، وهجران المعاصي والاثام، ومواظبة الصيام، ودوام القيام، وترك الشهوات علی الدوام، واحتمال الجفاء من جميع الأنام، وترك مجالسة السفهاء والعوام، ومصاحبة الصالحين والكرام، فإن خير الناس من ينفع الناس، وخير الكلام ما قل ودل والحمد لله وحده.
آخر وصايا مولانــا جلال الدّين الرومي

—(via 7oussem)

with-your-name-we-live:

! المرء مع من لا يفهمه .. مثل سجين جلال الدين الرومي
 

with-your-name-we-live:

! المرء مع من لا يفهمه .. مثل سجين 

جلال الدين الرومي

 

لَا إِلَهَ إِلَا أَنْتَ
بِكَ الْوُجُوْدُ
وَلَكَ الْسُّجُوْدُ
وَانْتَ الْحَقُّ الْمَعْبُوْدُ
. الْلَّهُمَّ أَعُوْذُ بِكَ مِنِّىْ
وَأَسْأَلُكَ زَوَالِى عَنّىِ


There is no God but YOU
Existence is by You,
Prostration is for You,
And You are the only worshiped truth{Haqq}
O Lord !!
I seek refuge with You from me,
And I beseech You that I am freed of me(Myself)

إبن عربي — Ibn Arabi (via thingsthatremains)

(Source: mstrkrftz.com, via sausanxoxo)

I am here. I am with you.

Believing means that you still experience some doubt. Believing is just a little off from the experience of knowing. Therefore, when you say that you believe something is true, what you are actually doing is calling forth an experience to confirm that belief for you so that you can then know that it is true.

Therefore, you are creating what you experience with what you believe to be true about your reality. Those beliefs are like avenues that you can travel down. And like an avenue that you can travel, you can always turn and find yourself on another street, on another path, having new experiences.

So you would not see the streets and avenues and boulevards that you have access to in your world as your enemies. You would never seek to abolish one of those pathways for you to move down. And you needn’t look to do so with beliefs either. They are not really *your* beliefs. You are just renting them.

So when you talk about *your* beliefs, be careful not to take ownership, not to cling, not to allow the belief to become part of the fabric of who you are. This goes for the beliefs you are proud of, as well as the beliefs you are not so proud of. They are just avenues for experience.

Instead of focusing on what beliefs you are trying on for size, I invite you to focus in on your knowing. Focus in on the stable aspect of who you are that knows itself as love, as freedom, as joy, as excitement. Always move from what you know to be true.

Allow yourselves to imagine these beliefs as being very flimsy and whimsical and light, even if they have been carried down from generation to generation. They are still not any more powerful than any one of the beings who is trying them on for size.

Those who came before you simply did not know that it was an option to play with a different belief, to have a different knowing, and to live a different truth. But now you know and here you are. And you are deciding what you want to hold as your truth and as your knowing and what beliefs you want to play with.

I am Ophelia, and I love you.

—Ophelia the Faerie, Channeled by Daniel Scranton (via talesofanordinaryearthling)

you-are-another-me:

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firstbluehorse:

ضُم الهوى في القلب الطـاير
واوعى تبات ليلك حيـران

You’re going to come across people in your life who will say all the right words at all the right times. But in the end, it’s always their actions you should judge them by. It’s actions, not words, that matter.

Nicholas SparksThe Rescue (via feellng)

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