When you wish to fall asleep but can’t… ( A reading of Rumi )

A friend, a few friends, missed my reading to them…

They requested I read them the rhythm of one kind or another, a movement to ease their minds, to relax their spirits, and touch their being.

I chose the words of Rumi, and I learned a new word as well.

Perhaps, when you are desiring a kind of meditation you will find this to fill that moment.

Hugs and love,
Emeric

A fakir, or faqir (/fəˈkɪər/; Arabic: فقیر‎ (noun of faqr)), derived from faqr (Arabic: فقر‎, “poverty”) is a person who is self-sufficient and only possesses the spiritual need for God. Faqirs are Sufi Muslim ascetics who have taken vows of poverty and worship, renouncing all relations and possessions

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