Džaláleddín Balchí Rúmí citáty
Džaláleddín Balchí Rúmí
Datum narození: 30. září 1207
Datum úmrtí: 17. prosinec 1273
Další jména: Джалаладдин Руми, Džalál ad-Dín Rúmí
Džaláleddín Balchí Rúmí také známý jako Mohamed Balchí , Mawláná Džalál ad-Dín Muhammad Rúmí , byl perský básník, právník, teolog a učitel súfismu žijící ve 13. století.
Rúmí se narodil v Balchu a zemřel v Konyi , kam se roku 1228 přestěhoval na předchozí pozvání rúmského sultána Kajkubáda I. Svou poezii psal v perštině a jeho práce jsou široce čtené v Íránu a Afghánistánu, kde se perštinou mluví.
Citáty Džaláleddín Balchí Rúmí
"Who says words with my mouth?" in Ch. 1 : The Tavern, p. 2
Kontext: Who looks out with my eyes? What is the soul?
I cannot stop asking.
If I could taste one sip of an answer,
I could break out of this prison for drunks.
I didn't come here of my own accord, and I can't leave that way.
Whoever brought me here, will have to take me home.
"A Community of the Spirit" in Ch. 1 : The Tavern, p. 2
Kontext: Move outside the tangle of fear-thinking.
Live in silence. Flow down and down in always
widening rings of being.
Ch. 19 : Jesus Poems
Kontext: The cure for pain is in the pain.
Good and bad are mixed. If you don't have both,
you don't belong with us.
"The Great Wagon" Ch. 4 : Spring Giddiness, p. 36
Between wrongness and rightness there is a field. I will meet you there.
As quoted in Counselling Psychology : Integration of Theory, Research and Supervised Practice (1998) by Petruska Clarkson
Out beyond the world of ideas of wrong doing and right doing, there is a field. I will meet you there.
As quoted in Lightning in a Bottle : Proven Lessons for Leading Change (2000) by David H. Baum
Out beyond ideas of right and wrong doing, there is a field. I will meet you there.
As quoted in Architects of Peace : Visions of Hope in Words and Images (2002) by Michael Collopy, p. 109
Out beyond ideas of rightdoing
There is a field.
I will meet you there.
Strategic Learning in a Knowledge Economy : Individual, Collective and Organizational Learning Processes (2000) by Robert L. Cross and Sam B. Israelit
Kontext: Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,
there is a field. I will meet you there.
When the soul lies down in that grass,
the world is too full to talk about
language, ideas, even the phrase each other
doesn't make any sense.
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Hush Don't Say Anything to God (1999)
Kontext: My head is bursting
with the joy of the unknown.
My heart is expanding a thousand fold.
flies about the world.
All seek separately
the many faces of my Beloved.
"The Three Fish" Ch. 18 : The Three Fish, p. 196
Variant translations or adaptations:
Silence is the language of God, all else is poor translation.
As quoted in Teachers of Wisdom (2010) by Igor Kononenko, p. 134
Silence is an ocean. Speech is a river. Silence is the language of God, all else is poor translation.
As quoted in "Rumi’s wisdom" (2 October 2015) http://paulocoelhoblog.com/2015/10/02/character-of-the-week-rumi/, by Paulo Coelho
is an ocean. Speech is a river.When the ocean is searching for you, don't walk
into the language-river. Listen to the ocean,
and bring your talky business to an end Traditional words are just babbling
in that presence, and babbling is a substitute
Kontext: The idol of your self is the mother of all idols.
To regard the self as easy to subdue is a mistake.
Ch. 19 : Jesus Poems, p. 205
Kontext: The miracle of Jesus is himself, not what he said or did
about the future. Forget the future.
I'd worship someone who could do that.
As quoted in Head and Heart : A Personal Exploration of Science and the Sacred (2002) by Victor Mansfield
Kontext: He says, "There’s nothing left of me.
I’m like a ruby held up to the sunrise.
Is it still a stone, or a world
made of redness? It has no resistance
to sunlight." This is how Hallaj said, I am God,
and told the truth!The ruby and the sunrise are one. Be courageous and discipline yourself.
Completely become hearing and ear, and wear this sun-ruby as an earring.
Ch. 19 : Jesus Poems, p. 204
Kontext: Christ is the population of the world,
and every object as well. There is no room
for hypocrisy. Why use bitter soup for healing
when sweet water is everywhere?