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Rumi - The Most Prolific Poet Ever! Also A Sufi - Duncan Mackintosh

4y ago


Rumi said he wasn't interested in poetry Even someone who hasn't lost a camel, who doesn't even own a camel gets in on the excitement "Yes I've lost my camel too" "A big reward for whoever finds it" He says this to be part owner of your camel when you find it. If you say to someone's helpful suggestion, "No I don't think so" The imitator says the same thing immediately: "No I don't think so either" When good information comes - you know it right away it is medicine to you - it brings colour to your face strength to your body, your eyes brighten, your feet get lively and agile You say thank you my friend - this truth you give me is like freedom to me Please go in front and you be the leader You have the scent of my camel better than I do But the imitator does not feel the intensity of these clues. .... If you would like a digital download of an audio recording of a live evening's performance of Rumi's poetry and stories, from Feb 2012 lasting approx 84 mins then Please send a paypal donation (suggested £4.00 to £10.00) to Please allow up to a day or so for the download link to be sent to payee ... if people want to contact me to do performances or to purchase a physical STUDIO RECORDED CD "THIS BEING HUMAN, RUMI POEMS AND STORIES", with Duncan Mackintosh, Ashley Ramsden and musicians Please direct them to contact me at via Duncan Mackintosh ... Rumi (30 September 1207 -- 17 December 1273) was a 13th-century Persian Muslim poet, jurist, theologian, and Sufi mystic (Wikipedia)