'Mathnawi' Jalal ud din ROMI's Poetry

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Date: August 7, 2005
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but, Pharaoh went misguided, for he was the manifestation of the Name, "the One Who Leads Astray" [muZill]." k-in che ghull-ast ay khoda bar gardan-am w-ar-na ghul bash-ad ke goy-ad man man-am? Saying, "O God, what is this iron collar on my neck?4 (For) no one can say 'I am I' if there is no (such) iron collar...
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Ibnu 'l-`Arabi, famous sufi master, d. 1240] (Fusus, 99-1-1) draws the logical conclusion that all souls are ultimately saved, though the bliss of the ahlu 'l-nar [= the people of the Fire] is less pure than that enjoyed by the ahlu 'l-jannah [= the people of Paradise]...
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