Rumi Quotes on Love and Life!

I love this video with Rumi quotes which have a strange mysterious energy with them. The music and images are also very lovely and I hope you would like watching it. The length is about six and a half minutes.

Some quotes from this video:

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39 thoughts on “Rumi Quotes on Love and Life!

                  1. I think they are very important, man is not human without them. It makes a life truly a life. They may be impractical for some but I don’t want to live without them. They encompasses life, they make life beautiful and the world is such a lonely place without them.

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                    1. What is the goal of your life if any? Your hobbies? Your best friends? Your favorite foods? Your dream destination? Your fondest memories? Your fears and hopes? How do you see yourself in life?

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    1. Rumi was a mystic poet in Persia. Mystic poets are best of blends. You should watch the video in the post. It’s 6 mins long but a treasure of love. Great music too. Another such gem was Kabir in India. I love these people beyond expression. 🙂

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        1. Mysticism is not something to do with talent I suppose. It’s an aptitude, a way of life. Mystics dive deep into love, life, God, bliss, peace and happiness and they are not philosophers or intellectuals. They have am immediate understanding of life borne out of their realization–the direct touch of life and thank you so much for your kind words. A zillion times. You don’t know how grateful I am ❤

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            1. Yes definitely, talent is a voltage or energy–with an aptitude, so that also fits. But generally we use it in the sense of arts, philosphy, science and other domains–it’s not that it’s invalid to use that word altogether–I just tried to clarify and it’s alright to have different ways of life 🙂

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                    1. I loved discussions. Mostly because it’s based on the root of education: Socratic Dialogue. It helps bring best out of us. Socially we can develop a great society only if people started listening to each other carefully. Results are magical. I have done my best to listen to others in last 7 years still I am learning and improving. Mostly I find people don’t listen to old people. I did a post for old people last month. Listening to old people is an act of kindness in my opinion 🙂

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      1. Ones i read a book Fourty rules of love, and there i met Rumi 🙂 i loved that part about him and rushed out the other part 😀 after that i hunt his quotes and try to read more and more.

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