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The Big Red Book
Considered one of the masterpieces of world literature, ” The Big Red Book” is perhaps the greatest work of Rumi, the medieval Sufi mystic who also happens to be the bestselling poet in America
The Book of Rumi: 105 Stories and Fables that Illumine, Delight, and Inform ( BEST SELLER )
This fresh prose translation of 105 short teaching stories by Rumi, which form the core of the six-volume Masnavi, explores the hidden spiritual aspects of everyday experience. Rumi transforms the seemingly mundane events of daily life into profound Sufi teaching moments. These prose gems open the mystical portal to the world of the ancient mystic.
These stories include well-known and popular tales such as “Angel of Death,” “The Sufi and His Cheating Wife,” “Moses and the Shepherd,” “Chickpeas,” and “The Greek and Chinese Painters” as well as the less commonly quoted parables: “The Basket Weaver,” “The Mud Eater,” and “A Sackful of Pebbles.”
Rumi’s Daughter is the delightful novel about Kimya, the girl who was sent from her rural village to live in Rumi’s home. She already had mystical tendencies, and learned a great deal under Rumi’s tutelage. Eventually she married Shams, an unusual husband, almost totally absorbed by his longings for God. Their marriage was fiery and different and, in the end, dissolved by Kimya’s death – after which Shams vanished.
Rumi’s Secret: The Life of the Sufi Poet of Love
Ecstatic love poems of Rumi, a Persian poet and Sufi mystic born over eight centuries ago, are beloved by millions of readers in America as well as around the world. He has been compared to Shakespeare for his outpouring of creativity and to Saint Francis of Assisi for his spiritual wisdom. Yet his life has long remained the stuff of legend rather than intimate knowledge.
Me and Rumi: The Autobiography of Shams-i Tabrizi
The astounding autobiography of the man who transformed Rumi from a learned religious teacher into the world’s greatest poet of mystical love.
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