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Love Patterns

A beam of love has lit my existence.  I feel it stronger than ever.  What’s outside is inside, and that must mean the immense love I feel from outside is a reflection of the love I am now recognizing within. … Continue reading

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Hafiz, Rumi, Osho, Eli, & that ole I Ching

With That Moon Language Admit something: Everyone you see, you say to them, “Love me.” Of course you do not do this out loud, otherwise someone would call the cops. Still, though, think about this, this great pull in us … Continue reading

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When You Shut Off Your Internet in the Morning, You Find:

It comes in waves– connectedness, brief relief.  Reading Rumi, I fall into a quiet, elusive state, where the world within melds with the world without, as if the entire universe were made of quicksand, but nobody’s sinking. It’s true–we move … Continue reading

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White Hot Black Magic

A small taste of what is already a much larger, less personal piece, by AK: They say, the Sufi must die before death, and you’re on track because your breath already smells like a liquor cabinet.  “Fasten your mask first,” … Continue reading

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