Rumi is well known For The over 44,000 verses that appear in a 23-volume collection called the _Divan-i Kebir_. Yet Rumi also composed 1,700 _rubais_, short aphorisms and observations, whose depth and message belie their brevity. Unlike most poets, who sit and carefully craft each word, Rumi composed and spoke his poems through the spontaneous "language of poetry" that poured from his lips as he traveled the streets of Konya, Anatolia (present-day Turkey). _The Rubais of Rumi_ reveals that by going deep into the interior of our heart and soul, we can arrive at a place in which we once again merge and connect with the divine.
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July 17, 2007
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