This is my Day 2 for this challenge so I have to nominate another 3 bloggers , rules are same again , I have mentioned again for the ease.
Rules of the Challenge :
- Post 3 quotes on 3 consecutive days
- Thank the person who nominated you
- Nominate 3 new bloggers each single day of the challenge
the quote I am sharing for today is from Hazrat Inayat Khan, which I stumbled upon while reading quotes from Goodreads.com . It has created a curiosity to read more of his works. Not much I could gather except that he spread the idea of Sufism in the West and is considered to be the founder of International Sufi Movement and a bridge between East and West.
I never heard his name much in Indian Sufi Lineage although he was born and raised in India,He also spent a lot of time travelling abroad and lived many years in Europe , ultimately came back to his homeland, buried in complex of Nizamuddin Dargah in New Delhi . The reasons I am anticipating could be differences in his teaching methodology and ideology compared to traditional Sufism or the other case could be my lack of knowledge for Indian Sufis . Well, I didn’t read enough to comment more about him , that’s why more curious to read his work.,what I could gather from researching online is his teachings were based on Universalism and coming from all religions . We can always take the good teachings from people no matter where it comes from at least that is what I believe in.