Twin Flame in Sufism

Twin Flame in Sufism


* * Nasheva heard from Sultan Walad that it all happened twenty six years earlier, in 1244. One fine afternoon, his father, Mawlana Jalaluddin, was teaching by a fountain in a small square close to his madrasa. His pupils were sitting, listening to him attentively and taking notes. Between them were a manifold of books … Continue reading

Fountain of Fire

Fountain of Fire


* * Soon, as they were approaching the house, from the distance both Nasheva and Sultan Walad saw her Master was outside the house, standing close to a fig tree. Some of the leaves of the tree had fallen, blown by the wind, but the remaining light green leaves trembled on the flat but tarnished, … Continue reading

Small Roles

Small Roles


* * * A young man with short brown hair asked, “Syaikha, even when we have a dream, it is better if we play small roles is it not? Pursuing our dreams is not only a difficult life but we may offend others too. We may make others jealous or upset. They would think we … Continue reading

The Path of Love

The Path of Love


* * In Love there are no rules, But there is a path to follow. * The path of Love is easy to walk on. It is not very difficult, trust me. * In the path of Love you can either become the sun or the moon. When you illuminate Light you become the sun, … Continue reading

The Old Man and The Young Man

The Old Man and The Young Man


 * * If it wasn’t because of him, David Rockefeller and that kid Mark Zuckerberg might not have joined the cause. If he didn’t organize the dinner, those fat Chinese tycoons wouldn’t have learned a vocabulary that doesn’t exist in their language: philanthropy. He was the one behind this Giving Pledge idea and he had … Continue reading

Nasheva Speaks of Passion

Nasheva Speaks of Passion


“Syaikha, we know not our passion. How shall we know our passion?” a young woman with long wavy brown hair asked. The other young people were nodding; they seemed to be happy that she asked. Nasheva gazed at the teenager. Her eyes reflected infinite compassion, and a peaceful countenance was radiating from her face. She … Continue reading

What Makes Lionel Messi So Great?

What Makes Lionel Messi So Great?


* * * “A million of people flock here every year and Leo doesn’t want public attention affects his pilgrimage. That’s why for years he always comes privately,” the bald round face guide explained. “But it’s interesting that when he chose the date two months ago, and I told him that you had already chose that … Continue reading

Nasheva in Nevara

Nasheva in Nevara


Nasheva had travelled extensively to Heliopolis, Delphi, Athens, Anthioch, Cyrene, Raphia, and Tyre but it was in Nevara that she saw the remarkable wonders of nature that she had never seen before. In Nevara’s southern coast she saw rugged splendor of magnificent rock stacks rising up superbly as if forming stairways to heaven. The rocks … Continue reading

Pham and Her Gold Fish

Pham and Her Gold Fish


An offer from a big telecommunication company in Vietnam took place and proved it easy for a girl with fluency in English and French like Pham Thi Nguyen to find a decent job. To congratulate her daughter, Pham’s mother bought her a tiny aquarium with a gold fish in it. Receiving the gift in excitement, … Continue reading