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The Persian Sufism

by Cyprian Rice, O.P.,
George Allen, London, 1964


The Sufi phenomenon is not easy to sum up or define. The Sufis never set out to found a new religion, a mazhab or denomination. They were content to live and work within the framework of the Moslem religion, using texts from the Quran much as Christian mystics have used to Bible to illustrate their tenets. Their aim was to purify and spiritualize Islam from within, to give it a deeper, mystical interpretation, and infuse into it a spirit of love and liberty. In the broader sense, therefore, in which the word religion is used in our time, their movement could well be called a religious one, one which did not aim at tying men down with a new set of rules but rather at setting them free from external rules and open to the movement of the spirit.

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The Life, Works and Ideas of Mevlana

Jalaladdin Mohammed, who is called by names of especially Mevlana, Mevlevi, Hüdavendigar and Mollayı Rum and rarely Belhi, Rumi Konevi, was born Belh City, which is located todey in north of Afganistan. He spent his childhood years within great meterial and sipiritual wealth possessed by his father Bahauddin Veled in Belhi City who was a member of a family training learned scholars and then, his motherland become Konya City. His life family dervish convet in Konya and his ideas and his views reflected in his works carried him to our present in very lively and vigorous form. First of all, he was accepted as a pioneer of a cocept remining divene love, grace elegance, love and to tolerance and he aimed to present Islamic belief yo hearts with this view and thought.

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