Unseen Rain: Quatrains of Rumi
In some languages of the Middle East the word for "rain" and the work for "grace" are the same. These quatrains are evidence of the invisible grace falling on our earth, a grace received by the mature spirit of master poet Jelaluddin Rumi.
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