Grieving: Rumi's Thoughts

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From: George Town Tasmania Australia
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Action is the meaning within a man.
-A.J. Arberry, Discourses of Rumi, p. 86.

If a man makes me keep my distance, the comfort is he keeps his at the same time.
-Ibid., p.196.

So long as you perceive pain and regret within yourself, that is proof that God loves you and cares for you.
-ibid., p.35.

The voice of your complaint is sweet to My ears. Quiet and rest cannot be attained in this world. Be patient and grieve; grieving is an evacuation.
-ibid., p.49 and p.126.-

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