Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī was an eminent Persian poet from the 13th century, and such strong was his reach through words that among the Muslims residing in the United States, he is described as the “best selling poet.”
Rumi, the name itself seems so poetic and beautiful. When I say Rumi, my mind wanders off to a magnificently architectured hall, where the fragrance of Persian rose sprays infused in some beautiful words, keeps echoing softly in the background. And just as his name, the man too was poetic and beautiful in his every thought. He had the talent of describing the most complex of complexities in life in just a few words. And through this article, I wish to share his this talent with you.
So presenting, the words of virtue by RUMI.
A poet is said to have achieved his purpose in life when he is able to put words to the feelings that most of us are not even aware of. And Rumi, is that one poet, whose words make us realize the existence of feelings that have always resided within us, but, are left unnoticed.