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Abu Sayeed

967 - 1049 | Khorasan, Iran

Abu Sayeed

Rubai 1

 

Sufi Quotes 6

The Sufi is pleased with all that God does in order that God may be pleased with all that he does.

The Sufi is pleased with all that God does in order that God may be pleased with all that he does.

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Realize that you know nothing and you are nobody. It is no easy thing to attain this realization. It doesn’t come with teaching and instruction, nor can it be sewn on with a needle, or tied with a thread. This is a gift from God and a question of whom he bestows it and whom he causes to experience it.

Realize that you know nothing and you are nobody. It is no easy thing to attain this realization. It doesn’t come with teaching and instruction, nor can it be sewn on with a needle, or tied with a thread. This is a gift from God and a question of whom he bestows it and whom he causes to experience it.

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The Sufi is pleased with all that God does in order that God may be pleased with all that he does.

The Sufi is pleased with all that God does in order that God may be pleased with all that he does.

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A dervish was sweeping the courtyard, Abu Sa'id saw him and said- be like the dust ball that rolls before the broom and not like the rock left behind. One must be like the dust, which has no will of its own but goes wherever the broom (spiritual master) commands- not like the rock, which asserts its own and resists the direction of the guide.

A dervish was sweeping the courtyard, Abu Sa'id saw him and said- be like the dust ball that rolls before the broom and not like the rock left behind. One must be like the dust, which has no will of its own but goes wherever the broom (spiritual master) commands- not like the rock, which asserts its own and resists the direction of the guide.

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Pir asked Abu Sa'id whether he wanted to talk to god? Of course, I want to. Then discover you are by yourself, recite, without thee, o beloved, I can not rest; thy goodness towards me I cannot reckon. Though every hair on my body becomes a tongue, a thousandth part of the thanks due to thee I cannot tell.

Pir asked Abu Sa'id whether he wanted to talk to god? Of course, I want to. Then discover you are by yourself, recite, without thee, o beloved, I can not rest; thy goodness towards me I cannot reckon. Though every hair on my body becomes a tongue, a thousandth part of the thanks due to thee I cannot tell.

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BOOKS 2

Rubaiyat-e-Abu Saeed Abul Khair

 

 

Rubayat-e-Abu Saeed Abul Khair

 

1926

 

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