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Quest for Reality and the Meaning of Prayer

by Navid Zaidi The Sufi’s book is not composed of ink and letters: It is not but a heart white as snow. The scholar’s possession is pen-marks. What is the Sufi’s possession? – foot-marks. The Sufi stalks the game like … Continue reading

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