“Light dawns, and any talk of proof resembles a blind man’s cane at sunrise.
Remember the passage,
We are with you wherever you are.
Come back to that.
When did we ever leave it?
No matter we’re in a prison of forgetting or enjoying the banquet of wisdom, we are always inside presence.
Drunkenly asleep, tenderly awake, clouded with grief, laughing like lightning, angry at war, quiet with gratitude, we are nothing in this many-mooded world of weather
but a single brushstroke down, speaking of presence.”
*The word Allah in Arabic begins with a strong downward mark.”~Maulana Rumi, from Coleman Barks’ A Year with Rumi