Din Mohammad Rumi

Unique bilingual work (Persian / German) appeared in Leipzig who has his daily bread by the firmament of his dignity, he has a place to stay. He’s looking for someone, nor find him another.Tell him: live happy, he had a comforting world! Sang about 800 years ago and Rumi spoke on rolling, conveyed a message that is today almost worldview: “loves you and things! And there will be no evil. “The gentle handling of old Persian poetry and language requires courage, skill and knowledge. With his adaptations Dr. Ali Ghazanfari brings a mystical and yet currently published seal both the Germans and the Iranians, whose basic idea which is love, healing and prevention of suffering triggered by human hands and destruction aimed at, could be considered and should be.

Rumi leads us in a virtuoso dance of think with profound metaphors and elaborately knitted thoughts power poetry. Romantic verse, classical verse poems or compaction entlarvende also the human psyche most End stimulate such important concepts such as love, hope, faith and courage to think and leave us educational ideas. By Rumi’s spring, the erotic content of the language merges can be seen with religious content. So it prepends the love of cure of evil looks and that is undeniable in the love of a driving force leading to faith, peace and fulfillment. In some verses, one suspects the dancing steps maybe a certain drink, and while the poet speaks poetically mystical words and singing, we are in the position to hear melodic rhythms and hear a confession of faith special quality. Enjoy the lines of a poem about the limitless power of love created 800 years ago in its origin. Accompany the author on a sumptuous ride of inspirational poetry and let you touch their hearts.” Hemmann, owner of the Engelsdorfer publishing company says: “there is nothing more important than that morning and Westerners to understand himself.

What would be because more interesting than trying it about the culture? There are people here like there, whose Religionen had the same forge, whose children are made in the same manner. Why meet them often with hatred and weapons instead of love and understanding?” The last question summarizes Rumi’s thoughts.