Poems by Rumi – Set 3

Rumi3 “If you could leave your selfishness, you would see how you’ve been torturing your soul.”

“How could we know what an open field of sunlight is? Don’t insist on going where you think you want to go.”

“Don’t let others lead you.  They may be blind or, worse, vultures.”

“We rarely hear the inward music, but we’re all dancing to it nevertheless.”

“Why use bitter soup for healing when sweet water is everywhere.”

“There is no worse sickness for the soul, O you who are proud, than this pretense of perfection.”

“Only from the heart Can you touch the sky.”

Jalaal-ud-Deen Ar-Roomi

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