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" no leisure to hate the Devil. I saw the Prophet in a dream. He said, 'O Rabi'a, do you love me?' I said, 'O Apostle of God, who does not love thee ?—but love of God hath so absorbed me that neither love nor hate of any other thing remains in my heart. "
A Literary History of the Arabs - Page 240
by Reynold Alleyne Nicholson - 1907 - 500 pages
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At One with the Invisible: Studies in Mysticism

Elias Hershey Sneath - Mysticism - 1921 - 293 pages
...herself: " I saw the Prophet in a dream. He said to me, ' Rabia, dost thou love me? ' I answered, ' O Apostle of God, who does not love thee? — but love of God has so absorbed me that neither love nor hate of aught else remains in my heart.' " Among other oft-quoted...
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Mohammedanism

H. A. R. Gibb - Religion - 1970 - 144 pages
...in the sayings of the woman saint, Răbi'a al-Adawiya (d. 8os) the mainspring of mysticism is love: ‘Love of God hath so absorbed me that neither love...nor hate of any other thing remains in my heart.' And in her famotss verses she distinguishes the illuminative from the contemplative life and prefers...
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The Whirling Dervishes: Being an Account of the Sufi Order known as the ...

Shems Friedlander, Nezih Uzel - Religion - 1992 - 160 pages
...me into ecstasy, not the dhikr,” and the words of the greatest woman Sufi saint, Rabia al-Adawiya, “Love of God hath so absorbed me that neither love...nor hate of any other thing remains in my heart.” At times Shams would bow to the feet of Meviana and kiss his hand, and at other times he would confront...
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