The man of God

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The Man of God is drunken without wine
The Man of God is sated without meat
The Man of God is rapturous, amazed
The Man of God has neither food nor sleep
The Man of God is a king beneath a humble cloak
The Man of God is a treasure in a ruin
The Man of God in not of wind and earth
The Man of God is not of fire and water
The Man of God is a sea without a shore
The Man of God rains pearls without a cloud

The Man of God has a hundred moons and skies
The Man of God has hundred sunshines
The Man of God is wise through Truth
The Man of God is not a scholar from a book
The Man of God is beyond faith and disbelief alike
For the Man of God what sin and merit is there?
The Man of God rode away from Non-being
The Man of God has come, sublimely riding
The Man of God Is, Concealed, O Shamsudin!
Search for, and find –
The Man of God.

Jalaluddin Rumi

2 thoughts on “The man of God”

  1. The Man of God could be all the above and many more.
    The Man of God should always be looking for the God of Man.
    And this quest will probably make him a better Man of God.
    (Of course I’m not so sure, but I consider this doubtfulness of mine as rather progressive)
    Best regards
    Aris Adanis

  2. “Στο φάλτσο της ψυχής είναι η γοητεία!”λέει o J.Al Rumi εκει κάπου στις ατέλειές μας κατοικεί ο Θεός…στην απλότητά του, λοιπον, ο άνθρωπος του θεόυ μπορει να βρει τον Θεό του ανθρώπου!

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