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Heartwood: Meditations on Southern Oaks

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Born Jalaluddin Mohammad Balki in Persia in 1207, the poet known as Rumi (named after the city where he lived) composed works of mysticism and desire that inspired countless people in his own time and throughout the centuries. He led a relatively conventional life until, at about the age of thirty-seven, he met the wandering Sufi dervish and mystic Shams of Tabriz, and a ...more
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published November 1st 1998 by Bulfinch Press
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The oak trees were a greater impact,the photographs as a beautiful reminder of the 'earth' ingredient of Rumi's poetry.
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