In one single day and night by Maulana Rumi

In one single day and one single night,
God deals with a hundred thousand things:
He takes away a whole people,
He separates those who were close and scatters each of them in a different country,
then He raises the wave of the sea of destiny and reunites those who were separated.

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8 Responses to In one single day and night by Maulana Rumi

  1. Hedgehog says:

    Sallam alaykum.

    Thank you very much for this.

    Peace!

  2. asmakarif says:

    Wa alaykum asalaam wa rahmatullah.

    Why a Hedgehog or should I not ask?

  3. Hedgehog says:

    My hair. Friends have called me Sonic as in Sonic the hedgehog.

  4. asmakarif says:

    Erm okay. May Allah grant you Tawfeeq. Ameen.

  5. Khalid says:

    Thanks for this!

    Do you know who the translator of this passage is? Where did you find it?

  6. asmakarif says:

    No I’m sorry I don’t. I wish I did but it was found from the website: http://www.rumi.org.uk/
    Happy Reflecting.

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