Perspectives

  • Issue 116 / March - April 2017



    Dylan and Rumi: A Common Destiny Centuries Apart

    Hakan Yesilova

    When you are not a mystic it is not easy to talk about a mystic. If you have not journeyed in the mystical spheres, then you lack the language. Or more truly, the words of our dimension do not really match with the concepts and emotions of those spheres. If the mystic is someone as giant as Rumi and your feet are stuck deep in the clay of our visible and physical dimension, then your job is even more difficult. For most of us, it’s easier – and fairer – to address one of Rumi’s social aspects – which are no less important – and what we can learn from his life today.

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