Rumi / The Rumi Collection: Versos desde el corazon / Verses from the Heart

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Editorial Pax México, Sep 1, 2006 - Poetry - 176 pages
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Spiritual and possessing a devout wisdom, this masterpiece of poetry of the Persian Sufi tradition addresses some of the most fundamental human preoccupations—including the relationship between earthly and divine love—and argues that not only is God the beloved of humankind, but that humankind is God's beloved.


Espiritual y poseyendo una sabidur a devota, esta obra maestra de la poes a de la tradici n sufi persiana, abarca algunas de las preocupaciones humanas m s fundamentales—incluyendo la relaci n entre el amor humano y el divino—y sostiene, no s lo que Dios es el Amado del ser humano, pero que el ser humano es el amado y la amada de Dios.


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Rumi was a 13th-century Persian poet, theologian, and Sufi mystic. His poetry has influenced Persian literature as well as the literature of the Arabic, Bengali, Turkish, and Urdu languages.

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